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1886/1887 autograph album of Roy H. Chapin of Fenton, Michigan.  Sadly, Roy would die in 1888.  He's buried at the Oakwood Cemetery at Fenton, Michigan, where his parents and other relatives are buried. The album is approxima...
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14 December 1862 receipt for the payment of $2.02 made by Francis Hodgkins to Isaac Somes at Mount Desert, Maine, for Weaving and Dressing a quantity of Black Satinet. The reverse of the receipt was used to tally some figu...
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17 June 1856 document showing that J. Follansbee of Mount Desert, Maine, received payment of $.45 for Carding and Oiling from Francis Hodgkins. Hodgkins may have been the Francis Hodgkins who was appointed postmaster at East ...
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1880s autograph album of Susan Sheneman, "Susie", of Chester County, Pennsylvania. A few pages are inscribed beyond the era of the 1880s, a couple by her daughters.  Research would indicate that Susie had died by the time at ...
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1880s autograph album of Azariah Rettenhouse Goodwin of Kelton, Pennsylvania, a student at New London Academy at New London, Pennsylvania. A label on the inside front cover indicates that the album was purchased at J. W. Bo...
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14 December 1862 receipt for the payment of $2.02 made by Francis Hodgkins to Isaac Somes at Mount Desert, Maine, for Weaving and Dressing a quantity of Black Satinet. The reverse of the receipt was used to tally some figu...
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17 June 1856 document showing that J. Follansbee of Mount Desert, Maine, received payment of $.45 for Carding and Oiling from Francis Hodgkins. Hodgkins may have been the Francis Hodgkins who was appointed postmaster at East ...
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1879-1880s autograph album of Ida May Stephenson of High Forest, Minnesota, and Rochester, Minnesota.  On one page Ida spelled her surname Stepheson, but on two others, she spelled it Stephenson. Inside front cover On...
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1880s autograph album of Hattie E. Fryman of Greenport and Claverack, New York.  Hattie wrote that she received the album at Christmas in 1879, but I believe she meant Christmas 1878, as many people wrote messages earlier in ...
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1900s/1910s photograph of a woman identified on the reverse as "Elisha Bicknell, Mother of all the Wades".  In fact, I believe she was Eliza Hobart Bicknell, who married Cleveland Buck Wade. The photograph was taken at Seattl...
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