• six letters, 44 pages, accompanied by original mailing envelopes, some occasional wear and staining to paper, else in good, legible condition.
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  • folio, 2 ½ pages, of a bi-folium, formerly folded, some light damp-staining, small hole, in last leaf, due to careless opening, affecting a few words of text, else in very good, legible condition.
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  • manuscript archive consisting of 602 letters, 2176 pages, plus 49 pieces of ephemera (telegrams, manuscript notes, typed pages, calling cards, invitations, newspaper clippings, used envelopes, etc.), dated 1871-1906, with the bulk of material dated between 1900-1906.
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  • 192 letters, 551 pp., (179 retained mailing envelopes), plus 38 pieces of ephemera including greeting cards, used envelopes, postcards, etc., plus 1 small photograph of James T. Oliver.
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  • 4 incoming letters, 11 manuscript pages, written by various individuals to Jean-Guillaume, baron Hyde de Neuville, written in French, dated 1813-1843.
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  • quarto, 2 ¼ pages, formerly folded, in very good, clean and legible condition
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  • Archive consisting of 166 letters (313 pages), plus approximately 560 pieces of paper ephemera, manuscript and some printed items, of which about ⅓ concerns land and properties (deeds, grants, property maps, taxes, etc) mostly in St. Louis, and elsewhere, and with about…
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  • Collection of 261 letters, 1951 pages, (with 243 retained mailing envelopes), dated 1903-1966, the bulk date from the years 1900-1920, and almost all are hand written. There are also over 360 pieces of ephemera as follows: 94 calling cards, greeting cards, and…
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  • 288 letters, 1217 manuscript and typed pp., (284 retained mailing envelopes), dated 26 June 1922 to 31 August 1934, with bulk of correspondence (284 letters) dating from 1923-1924; Also included are photographs, 3 postcards, 6 telegrams, 8 greeting cards, and 11 miscellaneous…
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  • Collection of 123 letters, 437 manuscript and typed pages, (95 retained mailing envelopes), dated 1881-1980, the bulk dating from 1920-1949; also includes over 100 pieces of related ephemera, pertaining to the family including photographs, postcards, telegrams, family genealogy, vital records, greeting cards,…
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