• 24 handwritten pages, entries dated 13 June 1863 to 18 July 1863; bound in calf, measures 4 ½” x 7”, boards rubbed, scuffed, tips and edges worn, otherwise good, entries written in ink, in a legible hand; also includes 6 pp…
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  • small quarto, two pages, a damp-stain has faded several words in the text, some archival tissue repairs, else in good legible condition. Very likely a retained copy. The intended recipient may well have been William Woodford (1734-1780) American revolutionary war general…
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  • quarto, three pages, including stamp-less address leaf, neatly inscribed in ink, very good.
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  • quarto, two pages, plus stamp-less address leaf, some minor wear to paper, else in good, clean and legible condition.
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  • folio, one page of a bi-folium, formerly folded, in very good, clean condition.
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  • folio and quarto, three letters, 9 pages, plus integral address leaves, old folds, last letter heavily damp-stained, and with old tape repairs, else in good legible condition.
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  • octavo, two pages, folded, lacks mailing envelope, docketing information on last leaf, neatly inscribed in ink, in very good, clean legible condition.
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  • folio, three pages, old folds, small hole in first page, affecting several words, paper a bit tanned, else very good, docketed in in ink: Copy of an Act for Surveying and apportioning the lands granted to the Illinois Regiment and establishing a…
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  • folio, 2 pages, on four page bi-folium, old colds and creases, remains of wafer, postal markings, and some soiling on integral address leaf, else in very good, clean legible condition.
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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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