• narrow octavo, 63 manuscript pages plus blanks, bound in a contemporary vellum wallet style binding of presumably English manufacture, with original brass clasp, vellum is tooled with blind rules, vellum worn, and somewhat soiled, old tear to wallet flap with early…
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  • Manuscript archive consisting of 507 letters, 693 pages, both manuscript and typed, (without retained mailing envelopes), dated 1902-1923, the bulk of correspondence being from 1916 to 1923. Correspondence includes 161 retained copies of letters (174 pp) written by Judge Fanning; plus 346…
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  • quarto, two pages, plus integral address leaf, in very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • Quarto, approximately 356 letters, on thin tissue like paper, totaling 503 pages, bound in half leather, pebbled cloth, lacks spine, boards detached, corners and edges worn, front flyleaf detached, some water staining, letters dated 28 December 1885 - 17 November 1902. Most…
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  • two volumes, 12mo and 16mo, 106 and 100 pages, several inlaid ephemeral items, both diaries bound in contemporary leather wallet style binding, entries written in ink and pencil, in generally good clean and legible condition.
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  • quarto, one page, plus stamp-less address leaf, in very good, legible condition.
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  • Collection of 83 letters, 502 manuscript pages, no envelopes, letters dated January 11th to November 8th, 1888. Letters are in good condition, written in ink, in a legible hand.
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  • octavo, 4 pages, folded, lacking mailing envelope, neatly written in pencil, in very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • Group of 28 incoming letters, 40 manuscript pages, (21 retained mailing envelopes), dated 8 April 1869 to 25 April 1871; of the 28 letters, 24 were written to David Blair, of Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, by various business correspondents; with 1 letter written by…
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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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