• 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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  • 679 letters, 1181 manuscript pages, dated 1812-1939, with about half dating from 1840s-1860s, plus approximately 1,750 pieces of paper ephemera as follows: 1285 pieces of receipts for goods, or services, foodstuffs, property taxes, various accounts, etc., as well as 465 legal documents…
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  • 49 letters, 120 manuscript pages, written on folio and quarto size sheets, some letters are joint letters, having one page written by a parent, another page from a sibling, all letters dated from 20 June 1819 to 15 October 1860. There are…
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  • 94 letters, 219 manuscript pages, (with 52 retained mailing envelopes), plus 3 telegrams and 1 receipt, all dated from 1882 to 1893, as follows: 41 letters, 60 pages, (with 10 mailing envelopes), written by Charles Emerson Benton to his son Everett, plus 3…
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  • Large archival collection of family papers which includes: 18 manuscript pocket diaries, 1852-1882, totaling 2,642 pages of dated entries, 92 pages of accounts, and memoranda, plus blanks. The collection also includes 2267 family letters, from later generations of the family totaling 5839…
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  • Archive of 192 letters, totaling 419 pages, plus 15 postcards, 4 telegrams, and related ephemera, newspaper clippings. Many of the letters are illustrated with pen and ink sketches and drawings.
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  • Worcester: Printed by Charles Hamilton, Central Exchange, 1876
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  • Archive of 316 letters, comprising 1,311 pp., with 28 pieces of ephemera, (including calling cards, used envelopes, and postcards), all dated between 1925 and 1951, with the bulk of material being 1925 to 1938. Of the 316 letters, 112 of them (545…
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  • quarto, 4 pages, paper tanned, some slits along folds, edges a bit chipped and somewhat ruffled, else in good legible condition.       
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  • 86 letters, comprising 607 manuscript pages, most with envelopes, written in ink, pencil, with a couple typed. The letters are written in legible hands. The letters are written by Lila and Belle Jacobs mainly to their mother, but also to their father.…
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