• octavo, single sheet, inscribed in ink, written in the hand of one Wesley Gilham and signed by him as well as two other witnesses, very good condition.
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  • [Tuscaloosa: circa 1829] quarto, partially printed circular letter, completed in manuscript, text printed on the first page of a four page bi-folium, in very good clean condition. Mailed to the Grand Lodge of the State of Vermont, paper seal of the Grand…
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  • Quarto, 4 pages, in very good, clean and legible condition accompanied by original mailing envelope.
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  • 5 letters, 31 manuscript pages, (no envelopes), letters dated October 9, 1862 to June 3, 1863. Three of the letters are written to his cousin Marie/Mary, the other two to his brother. The first letter is dated Jackson, Tennessee, October 9, 1862,…
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  • Paris: De L’Imprimerie Royale, 1718, quarto, 4 pages, untrimmed, foredge of first page a bit ruffled, else a fine copy.
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  • 12mo, 4 pages, formerly folded, some minor creasing and soiling, mailing envelope not present, in good legible condition.
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  • Large archive consisting of: 1,816 letters, comprising 2,089 pages, with 2 business account ledgers, 395 pages, 1 diary, 291 pages, plus approximately 1,400 pieces of ephemera and papers, all dated from 1875 to 1966, with the bulk being from the 1890s-1930s.
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  • Collection of 32 letters, 79 pages of correspondence, 1 manuscript deed transferring ownership of a slave, 1 memorandum, 1 political resolution, 6 miscellaneous manuscript and printed ephemera, including bills, receipts, printed menu, etc.
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  • Quarto, 8 pages, neatly inscribed in ink, each page with some fold breaks along horizontal centerfold, but there is no loss, otherwise in very good clean and legible condition.
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  • Twenty-two autograph letters, signed by Berry to Hamlin, plus two copies of letters of recommendation by Generals Heintzleman and Hooker, twenty four letters total, 56 pages, octavo and quarto, in very good clean and legible condition. These letters were in the possession…
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