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1 ADDRESS OF THE ALBANY REPUBLIC

Corresponding Committee, Containing the Documents & Correspondence Transmitted by the Late Gov. Tompkins, to the Committee of Ways & Means & to the House of Assembly. (Albany?), (1820), 22pp. S & S 996. Few locations. Removed. Argument about compensation. Political. (179425941)
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2 GRANT AND MASTERS.
Albany, NY 1874 
1pp. Nice 1/2 page bill head for stoves. Excellent cut of stove. Compant formerly was Hilton in Grant in Cohoes, NY. (3279506754)
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3 WILLIAMS-LEWIS ARCHIVE FROM RHODE ISLAND TO NEW YORK

Collection of correspondence, financial records and social memorabilia c. 1880-1900. Miss Abby and Miss Mildred Williams, daughters of Fielding Williams, lived sometimes in Bristol, RI and sometimes at 15 W. 22 St. in NYC, descended from the Townes, Maclin, and Boyd families which saw marriages into the Williams, Calhoun, Lyne, Lewis, Bullock, Johnson and Swepson families (a genealogical record is included). Relatively affluent, the Misses Williams were able to make the European tour, participate in the DAR, and receive invitations to events as well as to receive an abundance of the black-bordered sympathy cards so in vogue at that time. Special mention should be made about the many stamped envelopes in the collection and the over 50 dance cards (as in "my card is full"). Social correspondence includes over 450 items, some sent home from the Grand Tour, some family matters, etc. Financial Records include many cancelled checks (watch for endorser AUTOGRAPHS and revenue stamps), bills from Grand Tour, nine check registers with nearly 600 check stubs (and a comparable number of deposit details with a balance running frequently in four figures), two small expense registers, estate settlement details and more. Social Memorabilia can be evaluated from over 1100 "at home" cards, black bordered sympathy cards, invitations to various activities, and those highly important dance cards (over 50). Names include Seabury, de Peyster, Ms. Westmoreland Davis, Governor Brown of Rhode Island (?) and other names such as Coit, Coles, Flanagan, and many more. In all, some 2000 documents and ephemera relating to a family in the midst of the social whirl of the gay nineties. Extra shipping. For the collection (5937978534) 
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4 (Clune, Bill) COLLECTION OF ELEVEN PUBLICITY PHOTOS
New York? c.1985 
Ten of these are 13.5"x10.5". Six of these ten have c. 1.5" borders, rest full size. All vg. The eleventh 8"x6". One side has color photo, Clune w/ over coat. Other side B&W of Clune in over coat, then business suit, then in vehicle. Very light age soil to rear margins. (6001954314)
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5 (Dairy Productions) COLLECTION OF SEVEN VARIOUS AGRICULTUAL EXPERIMENT STATION (AND RELATED) PAMPHLETS ON DAIRY (MILK PRODUCTION)
Various c.1926 
One each from NC, IL, Mi and four from NY. Collection, grading, facilities, marketing, and three on Grade B milk. (5982518634)
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6 (Tilton, Theodore) Three Tilton issues of the DAILY GRAPHIC
New York 1874 
8pp. TOGETHER WITH Extra Supplement 9-25-1874 (4 p.) and the Extra (dated Sept 1874) (8 p.). All three vg to near fine. News folio. The first w/ a full page drawing of Tilton and nearly three full p. devoted to Tilton. The Extra issue has almost seven full p. devoted to same topic, incl a front full p. drawing of Francis Moulton (seems a major player, but not included in DAB or Appleton's). Biblio note: supplement is p. 567-570 w/ end note continued on p. 564 (and the first item is 559-565 and 567-568. Ironic mispagination (scandalous!) on scandal issue). Also of note are four full p. reproductions of correspondence amongst the principals. DAB devotes three full columns to Tilton whose career as journalist, editor, and author was much more extensive that these details on his betrayal by Beecher presented here. Again, Tilton issue, the 4 p. Tilton supplement, and the Moulton focused Extra. "Said Henry Ward Beecher the hen is a wonderful creature and he'd stand with his hand and then did the hen reward Beecher". (5892750087)
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7 Adams, Maj. H. M. "Improvement of Connecticut River, MA & CT; of Rivers & Harbors on Long Island Sound, CT & NY, on Southern Shore of Long Island, NY & Northeastern NJ"
DC 1896 
pp. 681-821937, removed from REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR, VOLUME II PART II. W/fold map of Channels at Bay Ridge, Red Hook, Buttermilk & Gowanus, & another map showing New Haven Harbor & Breech Waters. Cartography. Hydraulics. Technical. (4694783361) 
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8 Adams, Stephen NANCY LEE BALLAD
Rochester, NY c.1875 
11pp. Sheet music removed. Vg without foxing. No copies listed per OCLC (12/13). (5923361283)
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9 Alex, Cameron & Co. (Tobacco Mfrs) ST. ANDREW'S (A THREE PANEL BRIGHTLY COLORFUL BROADSIDE AD - WE THINK TOBACCO)
Richmond, VA 1872 11"x11" 
Two small edge tears and a half dollar stain and two small perforations. The litho work by Hatch of New York. (5979603282)
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10 Allen, Paul W. PAUL W. ALLEN CANDIDATE IN REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES AUG. 20, 1946 FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 39TH DISTRICT, NEW YORK PRINCIPLES ADVOCATED
Ithaca, NY 1946 12"x7 1/2" 
Broadsidepp. First ed. Vg. Fold crease. Lists eight principles, including "Let small businesses live!". No copies listed per OCLC. (5883275193)
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11 Almanac ONEIDA ALMANAC...1838.
Utica (1837) 
12 leaves per Drake 7581 which locates one copy. Cancelled lib., stamp on p. 2. Expected edge frays, some ink spots. Three Oneida Almanacks were issued for 1838. This one states"…by Gardiner Tracy." New York. (4664536584)
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12 Altro Park (PROMO BROCHURE FOR ALTRO PARK . . . BETWEEN ALBANY AND TROY)
Albany (1909) 
8(incl covers)pp. Acts include the Holmens. Many local ads. (5887526748)
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13 Anonymous FROM THEE ELIZA I MUST GO
New York, Paff 
c. 1805 from context. 2 p. Sheet music removed. OCLC locates no copies. Paff lists here four other titles. (5889834735)
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14 Bacon, Barbara Sattes (comp.) THE BACONS, VAN VLIETS AND RELATED FAMILIES.
Parsons, WV 2000 4to 
viii,124pp. Fine. Fold chart. Many illus. Much on Goshen, NY. Some references to families of Bradner, Burden, D'Colville, Holly, Ogden, Okeden, Owen, Rackett, Read, Smith. No other copy on line (4913920653)
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15 Baker, J. C. (composer) MAGGIE THE MAID OF HAWTHORN DELL
Chicago 1862 
5pp. Sheet music removed. Respectfully INSCRIBED to Mrs. Sarah M. Saxe of Troy, NY. Light damp stain lower half of free edge, some ink spots on rear leaf. Not recorded per L. of C. Music for the Nation nor OCLC (4/14). (5973003249)
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16 Barnard, D. D. SPEECH...NAT'L REPUBLICAN CONVENTION OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK...JULY 1832.
Utica, NY 1832 
16pp. Not listed by author or under Nat'l Rep. Conv. in AMER. IMPRINTS nor in OCLC. And only 1 location per NUC. Anti-Jackson. In Gaylord light brds binder. No copy on net. (3368965800)
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17 Bowers, C. and P. R. Isaacs BROTHER'S FAINTING AT THE DOOR
New York 1863 
5pp. Sheet music removed. Book seller's embossed stamp. (5970573789)
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18 Bowers, E. and Henry Tucker DEAR MOTHER I'VE COME HOME TO DIE
New York 1863 
5pp. Sheet music removed. (5975513691)
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19 Brown, J. H. FADED FLOWERS (dedicated to Wm. Webster of St. John N.B.)
Boston 1851 
5pp. Sheet music removed. Co-op imprint Chicago. OCLC locates two copies of this ed (5/14). (5968832676)
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20 Crane, Edward ABSTRACT OF AN ADDRESS.
Boston 1868 
(Haupt's Report pp. 27-40). Wrps? Removed. Haupt considers competition to the Boston & Albany via Lake Ontario, Saratoga, etc. OCLC locates ten copies. New York. Massachusetts. (3851396322) 
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