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General Store Account Book (Spine title “R&R” ) May 15, 1860 to August 11, 1860. 153 pp. beginning at p.97. (First 96 pages missing.) Tall folio, contemp. calf. Front cover worn & separating, some pages removed, loose, some torn, water stains & soiling. Some small holes & tears, pencil scribbling by a child.

Chambers & Knapp's Missouri and Illinois Almanac, for the Year...1847...

Group of Three Letters, 1860 to 1883, Concerning a Family in St. Charles, Missouri. (1) Dear Abbie signed Missouri (?). St Charles (Missouri). 8x 10 inches, folded in half, 4 pp. Slight tear at fold. (2) 826 Fourteenth St, (place unk.) April 11, My Dearest Friend from May or Mag. 7.25 x 9.25 inches, folded in half, 4 pp. blue ink. (3) March 30, My Dear Nettie from Fanny. Baltimore, (Maryland). Ca. 1860s. 8 x 10 inches, folded in half, 3 pp. Tear at top, no loss. No covers.

ALLEN, THOMAS. Pacific Railroad Commenced. Addressed...to the Board of Directors of the Pacific Railroad Company, at Their First Meeting, January 31, 1850. And also a Memorial to Congress, and the Act of Incorporation.

ANON. General Store Ledger, LaGrange, Lewis County, Missouri, 1836-37. Thick folio. 772 pp. Contemp. calf (covers detached). Ink.

BASSETT, MAJOR J.M. Union Men and Their Sufferings, in North-Western Missouri. The Remedy. Secrets of Rebels Exposed.

BLACKWELL, ROBERT. Original Acrostics,on Some of the Southern States. Confederate Generals, and Various Other Persons and Things. Illustrated.

BUTLER, BENJAMIN FRA B(enjamin) F(ranklin) Butler ALS to Hon. Levi Woodbury, Secretary of the Treasury Concerning Patents Issued in the New Madrid Earthquakes. Attorney General's Office (Washington, D.C.), May 7, 1836. Handwritten copy. 8 x 13 inches, 2 pp. plus signature page. Browned, previous folds, slight tears at folds.

DRAKE, CHARLES D. Funeral Oration Pronounced in...St. Louis, October 20, 1852, on the Occasion of the Obsequies of Daniel Webster.

EDWARDS, J.C. Speech...in Relation to the Territory in Dispute Between the State of Missouri and the United States, and to the True Location of the Boundary between Missouri and Iowa. Delivered in the House...July 20, 1842.

EVERETT, EDWARD. Inauguration of Washington University at Saint Louis, Missouri. April 23, 1857.

FLETCHER, THOMAS C. Gov. Fletcher. Gov. Fletcher and Hon. H.T. Blow will positively be in Liberty on...the 15th May...[1865?]. [Caption title & partial text[. Nearly square 4to broadside, onw corner torn away & tear in blank center portion of text.

HARING, LANSING. Lead Miner’s Diary. 1860. Pocketbook, Contemp. Leather, 4 x 6 inches, 138 pp. Ink and pencil, browned, intact. Slight cover wear.

HOMES, WILLIAM. Proceedings at the Anniversary of the Landing of the Pilgrims. St. Louis, December 22, 1845.

HORNKOHL, FRED. Diary with Description of Legal Case of S. Adler Liquors. St Joseph, Missouri, 1875. Printed Pocket Diary with Flap. 3 x 6 inches. 89 pp. Ink. Wear and small tears to cover. Slight  fading, overall good, legible.

HOWE, S. FERDINAND. The Commerce of Kansas City in 1886 with a General Review of Its Business Progress.

LEWIS, MERIWETHER. Contemporary Copy, [by Edward Hempstead], of a Power of Attorney Document Drafted by Meriwether Lewis, St. Louis,  Louisiana Territory.  August 19, 1809. 7.5 x 8.75 inches, 1-1/2 pp. Witnessed by Jerh (Jeremiah)  Connor and Saml (Samuel) Solomon. Paper lightly browned. Ink bright, very legible.

LINDLEY, JAMES J. Abstract of Votes & Certification, 1853, Missouri State Legislature. Sm. folio. 1 p., ink. Fine.

MUSICK, THOMAS H. A Brief on the Doctrine of the Conservation of Forces. Published by the Author.

PHILLIPS, WILLIAM. The Conquest of Kansas, by Missouri and Her Allies...

REED, JOHN, et al. St. Louis Financial Settlement Between Auguste Chouteau & Four Early St. Louisians. Holograph oblong 8vo., 1 p., June, 1810.

RELFE, JAMES HUGH. Certification as Commissioner for Private Land Claims in Missouri, 1834. Sm. folio. 1 p. Ink. Docketed on p. [4] (2-3 blank).

SMART, EDWIN Col. Co Rebel Raid in Southeast Missouri. Attack Upon Patterson. Fight Between 1,500 of the Enemy and 400 Federals. The Latter Fall Back to Big Creek. Interesting Dispatch from Pilot Knob. Major McConnell Reported Mortally Wounded and a Prisoner[!] The Incursion at an End. [Caption title]. Narrow small folio broadside.

ST. LOUIS BROWNS. Corporate Records of the Saint Louis American League Baseball Company,1902-1936. Record book from Buxton and Skinner, Stationery Co., St. Louis, with 160 documents attached to 146 numbered pages. Folio ledger-book, boards detached, but present, very worn. Internally very good. the documents fine.

SWALLOW, G.C. The First and Second Annual Reports of the Geological Survey of Missouri.

WEBSTER, DANIEL. A Memorial to the Congress of the United States, on the Subject of Restraining the Increase of Slavery in the New States to be Admitted to the Union. Prepared in pursuance of a vote of the inhabitants of Boston...

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