• Quarto, two volumes, 170, and 130 pp., dated 12 October 1908 - 4 December 1908 and 20 March 1909 - 2 May 1909; One of the volumes has a paper label with the number "1" on spine, the other volume has a…
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  • folio, 56 manuscript pages, 4 manuscript maps and one printed map of the Nicobar Islands laid in, original blue gray paper wraps, text in very good clean and legible condition, few tears into text on 3 leaves affecting text somewhat. The manuscript…
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  • Album 1: 108 black and white photographs, measuring between 1 x 1 ½ to 13 ¼ x 9 inches, plus 67 pieces of ephemera, including newspaper clippings, circulars, programs, certificates, etc., calling cards, invitations, postcards and award ribbons, dated c. 1900-1938. …
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  • Collection of 28 diaries, comprising approximately 5362 manuscript pages of entries, 389 manuscript pp. of memorandum notes, cash accounts, etc., dated 1887-1932; with 5 miscellaneous account, memorandum, and address books, totaling 184 manuscript pp., plus 14 photographs, as follows:
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  • 35 letters, 119 pp., 3 envelopes, dated 7 June 1869 to February 1914. Two of the letters are typed, the remaining handwritten, several letters written after James S. brown’s death; plus 12 pieces of related ephemeral items.
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  • Small quarto, 110 manuscript pages, bound in half leather, contemporary marbled paper backed boards, spine cracked, boards detached, worn, rubbed, paper good, entries written in a legible hand, and dated 18 June to 8 September 1868.
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  • quarto, 4 pages, including stamp-less address leaf, formerly folded, else in very good clean condition.
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  • 114 letters, 584 manuscript pages, (61 retained mailing envelopes), dated 1860-1888; plus 11 pieces of ephemera: used envelopes, invoices, receipts, verse, manuscript account pages, etc. The correspondence consists mainly of letters between Col. Oliver Hazard Palmer and his wife Susan A. Hart…
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  • quarto, 2 ½ pages of a four page bi-folium, folded, postal markings on integral address leaf, neatly inscribed in ink in a legible hand.
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