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Auction Description for Skinner: Books and Manuscripts

Books and Manuscripts

(333 Lots)

by Skinner


333 lots | 60 with images

October 14, 2000

357 Main Street

Bolton, MA, 01740 USA

Phone: +1 978 779 6241

Fax: +1 978 779 5144

Email: info@skinnerinc.com

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Lot 1: (ADAMS FAMILY,

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Description: MASSACHUSETTS)Manuscript Genealogical Chart signed by Elijah Adams, Medfield, 1798 and later, one page, folio, on wooden rollers. This chart depicts all descendants of Henry Adams and was probably updated into the 1820s. Provenance: This was purchased from one of the Adams' homesteads during the 1930s.

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Lot 3: ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY

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Description: (1767-1848)Autograph Letter Signed, 1839, one page, folio, bill of sale to Seth Spear for one of Adams' church pews in the Stone Temple of Quincy, Massachusetts, together with an engraving of the layout and pew valuation of the New Stone Meeting House, (separations along folds).

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Lot 4: ANTHONY, SUSAN

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Description: B. (1820-1906)Two Autograph Quotations, signed, each on a card, dated July 22, 1900: "Perfect equality of rights for women - civil and political - is the demand of yours sincerely...," and "I trust you believe in the right to vote - the crowning right of citizenship - belongs to women equally with men.".

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Lot 5: ANTHONY, SUSAN

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Description: B. (1820-1906)Autograph Letter, signed twice, Rochester, New York, December 5, 1893, two pages, 4to. To Mr. Scott, conveying her thoughts about the progress of the Suffragist movement: "I do believe the time is coming where women will vote on equal terms with men!...Do I believe? I know!," framed.

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