• 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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  • Octavo, 119 manuscript pages, bound in contemporary sheep backed boards, binding warped, worn at edges, entries written in ink, in a legible hand, dated 25 January 1845 to 28 July 1862, but most entries date between the years 1858-1862. The cash account…
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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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