• 3 diaries, 12mo,  472 manuscript  pages, two bound in leather, one in cloth, some chipping and wear to bindings, otherwise text is good, written in ink, in a legible hand, several pages faded but readable, some pages left blank, as follows:  1896:…
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  • Mainly legal folio, 23 pages, folded, docketed, sheets browned, some tears with a few holes, in good legible condition.
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  • quarto, 37 pp., bound in half leather, embossed cloth covered boards, binding worn, rubbed, scuffed, small tear to spine, entries dated 16 October - 11 November 1845 and 23 September 1847.
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  • Quarto, 1 ¼ pages, formerly folded, postmarked Dedham, Massachusetts, in very good, clean condition.
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  • Quarto, 223 manuscript pages, plus blanks, bound in half red leather, marbled paper covered boards, back-strip loose, but present, worn at corners and edges, text written in ink, in very good clean and legible hand.
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  • octavo, 4 pages, partially cross-written, accompanied by original mailing envelope, light damp-stain to text, else in good legible condition.
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  • Folio, one page, old folds, splits along folds, short tears into edges, old tape repairs to verso of sheet, document inscribed in ink, on 18th century American paper, of Philadelphia manufacture, watermarked "T & C", see Gravell, A Catalogue of American Watermarks…
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  • Large Archive of approximately 1297 letters, 4593 manuscript pages, (many with retained mailing envelopes), dated 1909-1960, mostly handwritten, some typed.
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  • The diaries of Mrs. John Gerardus Fagg include the following years: 1917-1919, 1926-1927, 1930, 1933-34, 1936-1937, 1946-1949, comprising 2, 174 manuscript pages as follows: 1917: 92 manuscript pages, three days per page, measures 2 ¼’ x 4 ‘’ …
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  • folio, 3 pages, written in ink in a legible, early 18th century hand, on un-watermarked 18th century paper, damp-stained, separation along fold, else in good condition, unsigned, docketed on verso Copy/Letter Margt. Langdale to her Relations.” Either a retained copy or…
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