• quarto, 4 pages, folded, postal markings on integral address leaf, some separations along folds, paper lightly browned, else in good legible condition.
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  • Folio, 158  pages of account entries, plus blanks , half leather, paper backed boards,  red leather spine label, lacks front board, first signature loose, rear board worn at edges, corners, spine chipped and worn, otherwise entries good, written in ink, in a…
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  • Small quarto, two pages on a four page bi-folium, formerly folded, now flattened, remains of sealing wax, in very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • octavo, 158 manuscript pages, bound in small three ring binder, embossed cloth, entries dated 24 January 1923 – 3 June 1923. The front cover is embossed: “Log Book Golden Jubilee Cruise Around the World S.S. “Samaria” 1923.” Also includes 7 postcards laid…
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  • Manuscript archive consisting of 507 letters, 693 pages, both manuscript and typed, (without retained mailing envelopes), dated 1902-1923, the bulk of correspondence being from 1916 to 1923. Correspondence includes 161 retained copies of letters (174 pp) written by Judge Fanning; plus 346…
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  • 20 letters, 59 pages, several letters illustrated with sketches, letters dated 1922-1941, the bulk from 1923-1924, with 9 pencil and pen sketches, 17 printed and manuscript ephemeral items, including: exhibition lists, catalogs and pricelists, Christmas cards designed and printed by the artist,…
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  • Quarto, three pages, formerly folded, neatly inscribed in ink, very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • octavo, 3 pages, on school stationery, with original mailing envelope, very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • quarto, two pages, plus integral address leaf, in very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • 7 letters, 20 manuscript pages, folding stamp-less letter-sheets, posted from Pomfret (1) and Buffalo, New York (5), dated from 14 November 1821 to 22 January 1838. Of the seven letters, six are written by Andrew Relph to Capt. Burlingame, the remaining letter…
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