• 100 letters, 370 manuscript and typed pp., (99 retained mailing envelopes), dated 5 October 1893 to 21 April 1932; correspondence written in legible hands; the collection consists of the following letters:
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  • narrow octavos, 529 pages of manuscript entries, plus 54 pages of manuscript memoranda and accounts, bound in various original bindings, cloth backed flexible wraps, sheep, etc. Entries in ink and pencil, some smudging, few pages torn or loose, else in generally good…
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  • Detailed manuscript archive pertaining to this vessel, owned by Ichabod Goodwin (1794-1882), merchant and businessman of Portsmouth, and Governor of New Hampshire1. The archive consists of correspondence, bills, receipts and documents pertaining to the Morning Glory and her voyage to California, Washington…
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  • Small quarto, 110 manuscript pages, bound in half leather, contemporary marbled paper backed boards, spine cracked, boards detached, worn, rubbed, paper good, entries written in a legible hand, and dated 18 June to 8 September 1868.
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  • quarto, 1082 letters, 699 numbered pages, bound in half red leather, pebbled cloth covered boards, spine tips chipped, hinge of spine opening at rear, boards worn, scuffed, corners worn through, otherwise good, letters are copied in ink, on tissue paper, written…
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  • 18 letters, 24 manuscript and typed pp., (1 retained mailing envelope), dated 13 August 1930 to 30 March 1945; of the 18 letters, 9 are handwritten, the rest are typed; 6 of the letters appear to be retained typed copies; plus 9…
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  • Two volumes, 269 totaling pages as follows: Volume One: contains 14 pages of pasted in printed material, including: the printed Constitution & By-Laws of the Association, printed in both German and in English, plus 3 manuscript pages which carry a list…
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  • Archive of 164 manuscript items, 242 pp., dated 1872 to 1879.
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  • Collection of manuscript material including correspondence and manuscript drafts of speeches (20 items, 54 mss pp.) all pertaining to Benjamin Loder's involvement with the New York & Erie railroad as its tenth president, 1845-1853.
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  • [Np. N.d] (1672) small quarto, 3 [1] pp., a fine untrimmed copy.
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