• 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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  • 172 letters, 680 pp., (133 retained mailing envelopes), dated 1899 to 1941, with the bulk of collection dating between 1899-1904, includes WWI letters of 1918-1919, plus 58 related ephemeral items, including: 3 telegrams; 8 used postcards; 22 printed calling cards, invitations, etc;…
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  • 37 letters, 104 pp., dated 1800 to 1858, with 7 pieces of ephemera, with 25 of the 37 letters being from 1800s to 1830s. This collection appears to have been compiled with the theme of correspondence related to families of the town…
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  • 10 letters, 32 pages, (two retained mailing envelopes) inscribed in ink and pencil, in good legible condition.
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  • 130 letters, 763 manuscript pp., dated 23 December 1891 to 13 January 1895; all of the letters were written by Sallie Hooper Morrow to her future husband (they married about 1897), Thomas Ludlow Chrystie, of New York City, New York. Of the…
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  • quarto, 3 pages, plus stamp-less address leaf, some minor wear, postal markings, in very good, legible condition.
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  • 33 letters, 74 manuscript pages, 1867-1887, also includes 9 newspaper clippings, either obituaries, or stories about General Franklin’s correspondents.
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