• Quarto, 4 pages, posted from “Washington Square” New York, “March 29,” no year given, likely 1850’s. The letter writer signs their name “Enquirer” and inquires about Bennett’s opinion on the presumed upcoming American delegation to Paris, France, perhaps concerning some political matter.
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  • small quarto, 84 pages plus blanks, entries written on lined paper, in ink, bound in half black leather, marbled paper covered boards, worn at tips of spine, corners and edges of boards, boards scuffed, outside hinges of binding mostly open, but boards…
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  • [New York: 1927] quarto, 4 leaves, illustrated, in original stiff color pictorial wrappers, with cord tie. Some minor wear and staining to cover, else very good.
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  • 4 diaries, 756 pp. plus, 29 pp. of memoranda and cash accounts, dated 1 January 1866 to 10 October 1871, with gaps, as follows: 1866: 350 pp., plus 6 pp memoranda and cash accounts, bound in limp leather, 12mo pocket diary, one…
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  • 18 letters, 28 manuscript pages, mainly quarto and folio, some old tape repairs at fold joints, generally in good legible condition, despite the idiosyncratic handwriting of Francis and several of the correspondents in the collection.
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  • Octavo, 4 pages, bottom edge of pages one and two torn, with some loss, old tape repairs to tope edge, paper somewhat tanned and soiled, else in good legible condition.
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  • Large Archive includes 2,191 letters, comprising 6,737 manuscript and typed pages, plus over 1,000 pieces of paper and printed ephemera. Of the 2,191 letters, 1,626 letters (4,793 pages, dated 1920-1983) are from  the family of Kenneth S. Fagg and Marion Rebuschatis and…
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  • 58 volumes of diaries of Samuel W. Folsom, over 7,000 manuscript pages, dated 1867-1927, lacking years 1891, 1906, and 1921; 44 account books of Samuel W. Folsom, various paginations, 68, 72, or 120 pages per book (earlier volumes have less pages), with…
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  • Printed Circular Letter, 1 sheet, measures 4.75 x 7 inches, with original printed mailing envelope, advertising “Father Columbia’s Co-operatives”, of which Shupe was also a trustee.
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  • Folio, includes 44 manuscript pages, plus blanks, bound in full leather, hinges cracked, worn, scuffed, rubbed, corners of boards worn through, written in ink in a very legible hand, dated 1786 to 1810, with gaps.
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