• 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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  • Collection of 46 letters, totaling 123 pages, written in India by Sara Anne Catherine Whinyates Robertson. The letters are primarily to her grandmother Lady Frankland, her Aunt Harriet, her brother Sir Edward Charles Whinyates, British Army general, veteran of Waterloo, and her…
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