• Three manuscript diaries, totaling 208 manuscript pp., dated 1854-1855, and 1860, as follows: 1854; 52 manuscript pp., measures 2 ½” x 4”, bound in limp leather, pocket diary binding, 3 days entries per page; 143 days of entries; written in pencil in a…
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  • 92 letters, 278 manuscript pages, 58 envelopes, dated 1900-1972, with the bulk of the letters from the 1910s-1940s were written to Marie R. Wing and her family. There is also some minor ephemeral material.
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  • octavo, 1 page, in pencil, some toning to paper, formerly folded, else in good legible condition.
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  • 288 letters, 1217 manuscript and typed pp., (284 retained mailing envelopes), dated 26 June 1922 to 31 August 1934, with bulk of correspondence (284 letters) dating from 1923-1924; Also included are photographs, 3 postcards, 6 telegrams, 8 greeting cards, and 11 miscellaneous…
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  • [Milton, Massachusetts] 1844-1880. The drawing book and the individual drawings, correspondence, and ephemera show signs of storage wear, and soiling, but are in very good condition, overall. The drawing book, bound in contemporary ½ red leather and marbled boards is rubbed.
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  • octavo, 3 pages, of a bi-folium, on the letterhead of the Nashville Institute, written in brown ink, in a legible hand, portion of mailing envelope present, else very good.
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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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  • 12mo, Includes the following: 14 pp., Richard Wheatley's Journal dated 13 Sept 1805 - 26 Nov 1807; 10 pp.,  Richard Wheatley's business ledger; and 12 pp., of Ellen W. Pease's manuscript poetry and verse, dated February 5, 1835 - February 24, 1839,…
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  • octavo, two letters, six pages, in very good, clean and legible condition.
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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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