• quarto, two pages, plus stamp-less address leaf, formerly folded, some soiling and light stains, the writer’s handwriting somewhat difficult to read, but is readable, very good.
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  • quarto, three pages, sending a membership application to J. W. Richard, Wadsworth, Ohio. Includes a printed Constitution of the newly established Independent Telephone Association of the United States of America, Adopted at Detroit, June 23, 1897. (Columbus, Ohio, ca. 1898, 12mo, 12…
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  • quarto, two pages, on the letterhead of Anderson's Employment Service, of Richmond. Old  folds, some splitting along folds, else good. The letterhead states of Anderson's agency: "An Employment Agency in a Class of its Own, reliable and Responsible Oldest and Largest Shippers…
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  • Small quarto, 307 manuscript pages, bound in ¼ blue cloth, with paper-backed limp boards, possibly a self-made binding, spine chipped, boards worn and stained, some minor staining to preliminary pages, otherwise very good, minor tanning at edges, written in ink, in a…
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