• Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815-1902) American Suffragist, Social Activist, Abolitionist, leading figure of the early Women's Rights Movement Autograph Signature, signed and dated in Stanton's hand, it reads: Elizabeth Cady Stanton New York, May 7th, 1894" Some toning to paper, otherwise neatly inscribed in ink…
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  • 12mo, 196 manuscript pp., bound in black cloth, measuring 3" x 6". The diary is in a two day per page entry format, entries are written in ink, in a legible hand, and dated 1 January 1930- 16 January 1931. Of the…
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  • octavo, one page, in very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • 12mo, four pages, in very good, clean and legible condition.
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  • 16mo, three pages, neatly inscribed in ink, formerly folded, in very good, legible condition.
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  • Three diaries, as follows: 1. Diary of Minnie Beard, daughter of Helen Beard, 118 manuscript pp., and 16 manuscript pp. of memoranda, notes and cash accounts; entries dated 1 January – 22 December 1867; 16mo, pocket diary bound in original leather, three days…
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  • small quarto, 144 manuscript pages, entries dated 5 May 1901 - 4 October 1902, bound in cloth spine, paper backed boards, entries written in ink and pencil, in a legible hand, paper label on front board reads "The Property of Helen Charnley…
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  • Quarto, six letters, twenty-one pages, neatly inscribed in ink, in very good, legible condition.
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  • 12mo, 112 manuscript pp., plus blanks, plus 11 manuscript pp. of memorandum notes and cash accounts in rear of volume; bound in original limp leather “pocket diary” binding, three days entries per page format, last two leaves of cash accounts loose, entries…
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  • Newburyport: Published by the Committee, Printed at the Essex- North Register Office, 1834
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