• New Orleans: Printed by Jas. H. Cosgrove, Convention printer, 1879, octavo, 90 pages, ex-library, hand-stamp on title-page, bound in later plain gray cloth, red leather spine label, paper shelf labels on spine and front board, bottom corner of last leaf of index…
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  • octavo, 3 pages, of a bi-folium, on the letterhead of the Nashville Institute, written in brown ink, in a legible hand, portion of mailing envelope present, else very good.
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  • 8 volumes, 262 mss pages, plus blanks, various small format bindings (stiff paper, cloth spine with stiff paper boards,  leather), volumes measure between 2 ¾" x 5" and 4" x 7", bindings good, some scuffing, written in pencil & ink, in a…
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  • 112 letters, 117 pp. (mostly typed), dated 8 December 1917 to 30 October 1928, plus 33 documents, papers, and ephemera. The bulk of correspondence concerns Thomas O. Moss seeking appointments for himself in the Naval Reserve, or on the staff of Governor…
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  • Quarto, 1 page, dated 11 November 1856, written by Thomas Rainey to his sister Jennie S. Rainey, recounting a steamer trip from New York City, to Savannah, Georgia, to Florida, and finally to Mobile, Alabama.
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  • quarto, 112 pages, plus blanks, bound in contemporary cloth backed boards, and muslin spine, some minor shelf wear and rubbing, entries in good, legible condition.
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  • quarto, three pages, plus integral address leaf, one fold with old tape repair, else in good legible condition.
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