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1779 - Revolutionary War funding-status letter from the Commissary-General for the Middle District that reads like a who's who of the Continental Army's Quartermaster Corps.;

1779 - Revolutionary War funding-status letter from the Commissary-General for the Middle District that reads like a who's who of the Continental Army's Quartermaster Corps.;

by Extortion and want of Virtue has taken almost possession of Every Person upon this Continent, the Enormous sums of Public money which is daily expended and the great depreciation of it will if not shortly put stop to end in our ruin.

Philadelphia to Carlisle, Pennsylvania 1779


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1840 Campaign Broadside - Log Cabin Anecdotes; Illustrated Incidents In The Life Of Gen. William Henry Harrison

1840 Campaign Broadside - Log Cabin Anecdotes; Illustrated Incidents In The Life Of Gen. William Henry Harrison

by Harrison, William Henry

New York : Published by J.P. Giffing at the office of the Harrison Almanac , 1840


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1849 - Letter from a clever and vibrant young South Carolina woman enticing her slightly older aunt to visit

1849 - Letter from a clever and vibrant young South Carolina woman enticing her slightly older aunt to visit

by I do wish you would come over I know I could make you laugh.

Lancasterville, South Carolina 1849


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1861 - Anti-secessionist screed sent from San Francisco by a colporteur, John Johnnie Wareen, enclosed in its original rare 'internal' Pony Express envelope

1861 - Anti-secessionist screed sent from San Francisco by a colporteur, John "Johnnie" Wareen, enclosed in its original rare 'internal' Pony Express envelope

by Kill the rattlesnake. Keep his musical bones as a trophy, then throw him over the wall. It does one's soul good . . . to see the Southerners transepted in this section where they have bullied over [us] so long with dirk and bludgeon

San Francisco 1861


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1863 - Letter from a former officer in the Army of California reporting that had accepted a position with the railroad in Kansas

1863 - Letter from a former officer in the "Army of California" reporting that had accepted a position with the railroad in Kansas

by Grove Watson

Wyandotte, Kansas : Office of the Contractors of the Union Pacific Railway Company, Eastern Division , 1863


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1863 - Two letters to a Civil War deserter who escaped to Canada

1863 - Two letters to a Civil War deserter who escaped to Canada

by Waterman Burlingham and family

Edmeston, [New York] 1863


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1869 - An English businessman anticipates completion of the Transcontinental Railroad.

1869 - An English businessman anticipates completion of the Transcontinental Railroad.

by Red. McKnight to George McKnight

San Francisco, California to Liverpool, England 1869


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1872  - Wyoming Gold Mining Massacre Letter.

1872 - Wyoming Gold Mining Massacre Letter.

by Geo. H. Lewis to his son

Atlantic Gulch, Wyoming 1872


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1912 - Let's see now! A very well done hand-drawn, humorously romantic post card

1912 - "Let's see now!" A very well done hand-drawn, humorously romantic post card

by Addressed to Mary E. Whittlesly in Erie, Pennsylvania, presumably from her unnamed boyfriend

Chautauqua, New York


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1913 - The Truth About Perry A very well done hand-drawn and colored humorously romantic post card

1913 - "The Truth About Perry" A very well done hand-drawn and colored humorously romantic post card

by Addressed to Mary E. Whittlesly in Erie, Pennsylvania, presumably from her unnamed boyfriend

Jacksonville, Florida 1913


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