• 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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  • 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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  • folio, 98 pages, plus blanks, last page torn with loss of text, bound in contemporary boards, considerably worn, some pages loose. There is a hiatus in the correspondence between late 1791 and early 1794, with pages numbered separately for both. Signed by…
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  • small quarto, original roan spine, heavy paper wrappers, front cover detached, 88 pages of manuscript entries dated from July 15, 1846 -December 5, 1846, neatly inscribed in a small, legible hand, very good.
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  • 162 letters, 517 manuscript pages, (no retained mailing envelopes), dated 2 May 1871 - 28 August 1935. Of the 162 letters in this collection, approximately 25 of the letters date from 1871 to 1902, another 5 letters were written between the years…
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  • quarto, 4 pages, folded, accompanied by original mailing envelope, in very good, clean condition.
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  • quarto, two pages, plus stamp-less address leaf, old tape repair to blank leaf, not affecting text, else in very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • Newburyport: Published by the Committee, Printed at the Essex- North Register Office, 1834
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  • manuscript archive consisting of 602 letters, 2176 pages, plus 49 pieces of ephemera (telegrams, manuscript notes, typed pages, calling cards, invitations, newspaper clippings, used envelopes, etc.), dated 1871-1906, with the bulk of material dated between 1900-1906.
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  • Archive consisting of 374 letters, totaling 1888 pages, (207 retained mailing envelopes), plus over 100 pieces of printed and manuscript ephemera. Of the 374 letters in this collection, 270 are incoming correspondence to Lucy Stephenson Hughes, wife of Texas rancher William George…
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