• 2 diaries, 12mo, 111 and 98 manuscript pp., dated 1875 and 1876; pocket diaries; one bound in cloth, the other in thin limp leather, some chipping to spine of leather volume; 3 days entries per page; entries written in ink and pencil,…
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  • quarto, 2 pages, folded, docketing information on last page, in very good clean and legible condition.
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  • quarto, 4 pages, including stamp-less address leaf, formerly folded, neatly inscribed in blue and black ink, very good legible condition.
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  • quarto, one page, plus stampless address leaf, in very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • octavo, 4 pages, formerly folded, in very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • Large archive consisting of: 138 letters (189 pp.), 28 volumes of business ledgers, accounts, and memorandum books (5,500 pp.), plus approximately 1,068 pieces of paper and manuscript ephemera, including checks, letterhead business receipts, newspaper clippings, brochures, circulars, used envelopes, post cards, etc.,…
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  • Large archival collection consisting of: 2273 letters, 5636 pages, plus 16 diaries, and 9 banker's boxes (approximately 11 linear feet) of ephemeral materials, all dated 1898-1990, the bulk from 1920s-1960s. The correspondence centers on Phyllis Hart Clark and her family. There are…
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  • Collection of 178 letters, 420 pp., (106 retained mailing envelopes), dated 20 January 1847 to 12 July 1877, the bulk of the collection dates between 1847-1864; of the 178 letters, 63 were written during the Civil War Era (Apr. 1861 – May…
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  • folio, 4 pages, inscribed in pencil on lined paper, folded, some fading, smudging and toning to portions of first, page, one line badly faded, portion at left hand margin of first leaf torn, not affecting any text, else in good condition. Occasional…
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  • 431 letters, 510 pages, dated 1847 to 1868. The bulk are dated 1847-1851, with 3 letters dated 1852, and 1 letter dated 1868.Of these 431 letters, there are 380 incoming letters to Guy R. Phelps of Hartford. Phelps also wrote several of…
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