• quarto, three pages, formerly folded, postage stamp and markings on integral address leaf, hole in second leaf affecting a portion of text, else in very good clean condition. The letter includes a small sketch of Livermore’s proposed workshop in Milford.
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  • quarto, two pages of four page bi-folium, formerly folded, in good legible condition. Printed circular, one page folio, in very good condition.
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  • quarto, 4 pages, formerly folded, neatly inscribed in ink, dated Carrollton, January 9, 1863, addressed to his “Sister Fannie and all the rest.” In very good legible condition.
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  • small quarto, two pages, a damp-stain has faded several words in the text, some archival tissue repairs, else in good legible condition. Very likely a retained copy. The intended recipient may well have been William Woodford (1734-1780) American revolutionary war general…
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  • quarto, one page, plus stamp-less address leaf, in very good, legible condition.
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  • 12mo, 105 manuscript pp., pocket diary, bound in limp black leather binding with flap and rear pocket, 3 days entries per page, with memorandum, cash accounts, and address sections in rear (only two pages used), entries written in pencil, in legible hand,…
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  • small folio, 4 pages, portion of sheet clipped at bottom not affecting text, some scattered staining, foxing, and toning to paper, else legibly inscribed in ink, very good.
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  • The archive includes: 16 letters, 45 manuscript pages, dated 1824-1838, with 11 manuscript pages of documents and papers, dated 1827-1836, plus 162 manuscript page genealogy book of the Bradford family, dated 1825; and a 76 page manuscript “Friendship Book” of Mary…
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  • 63 letters, 88 manuscript pages dated 6 January 1836 to 16 December 1908. Of the 63 letters, 11 are not dated and about a half a dozen letters have pieces missing, with some text lacking. A number of the letters are folding…
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  • folio, three pages, plus stamp-less address leaf, some chipping along edge of second leaf, due to rough opening, affecting several letters of text, otherwise in good, clean and legible condition.
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