• 41 letters, 64 manuscript and typed pp., dated 24 November 1942 to 25 August 1945; with 100 manuscript pages, papers and notes written while in captivity, including a significant group of 66 manuscript pages of eyewitness notes on the bombardment and siege…
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  • Archive of 622 letters, over 2.700 manuscript pages, with enevelopes, includes a 40 page diary of Elinor E. Weber, plus 20 postcards, photographs, and other ephemeral material.
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  • Group of 25 letters, 77 manuscript pp., (13 retained mailing envelopes), most are handwritten, two are typed, dated 22 June 1943 to 19 February 1948, the bulk dated 1945-1946 (20 letters); also includes ephemeral items, such as: Rossel’s “Notice of Separation from…
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  • Group of 40 letters, 158 manuscript pages, (35 retained mailing envelopes), dated 22 December 1930 to 20 September 1946, plus 38 pp. of related military documents. With: 1 Civil War Diary 1864; and 6 pieces of related ephemera.
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  • 192 letters, 551 pp., (179 retained mailing envelopes), plus 38 pieces of ephemera including greeting cards, used envelopes, postcards, etc., plus 1 small photograph of James T. Oliver.
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  • 12mo, 154 pp., entries dated 3 February 1938 - 6 October 1944, bound in brown leather, five year diary format, with five entries per page (one per year), text block separated from binding, binding worn, scuffed, torn at edges, entries are written…
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  • Folio, two pages, formerly folded, accompanied by a typed letter signed, on White House stationery from Matthew J. Connelly, Truman’s Secretary, to a Mr. Philip G. Straus, of Baltimore, apologizing for not being able to enclose a signed copy for Mr. Straus,…
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  • 17 letters, all with envelopes, dated between August 1, 1941 and October 31, 1945, all of them written to Mable Blanck (later Mable Vandervort). Of the 17 letters, 15 of them are written by William A. Vandervort, Mable's fiancé, and later husband.…
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