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 E. C. Spink's Classes for Dancing, . T.S. Hammond.Providence RI.
E. C. Spink's Classes for Dancing, . T.S. Hammond.Providence RI.
Price: $30.00

A single-fold 7" x 4 1/2" die-cut circular  for E. C. Spink's Classes in Dancing, Season of 1887-8, Cheapside Hall Providence R.I.  Listes all of the classes including prices and rules and regulations of the school. Back page blank.. crease at fold more info
Contract to Let - Brick School House - Township No. 10. .Liberty MO.1870
Contract to Let - Brick School House - Township No. 10. .Liberty MO.1870
Price: $125.00

A 12 1/2" x 9 1/2" broadside - Contract to Let - Sealed proposals will be received by the undersigned until the First Day of July, 1870 for the erection of a BRICK SCHOOL House, 81 feet long and 51 feet wide, two stories high for Sub-District No 2, in  Township No. 10, in Clay county, MO. Plans and specifications of which, can be seen by calling on the undersigned at Liberty MO.   M. R. Singleton, Wm. Harding, James Love - Local Direct'rs.. more info
Correspondence from Gouveuneur Tillotson, Princeton student to Richard V. W. Thorne, Jr. of West Point Academy 1837-1838
Correspondence from Gouveuneur Tillotson, Princeton student to Richard V. W. Thorne, Jr. of West Point Academy 1837-1838
Price: $525.00

Seven (7) different letters written by Tillotson to his close friend cadet Thorne. The letters are newsy in nature and written in an engaging style. He refers to various individuals by their full names with explicit details on their carrying-ons.  . Gouveuneur Tillotson antics and lack of interest in school became a somewhat prominent attorney in New York City and served on numerous boards of directors. Richard Thorne resigned West Point in 1839 rather than be dismissed for failing grades and excessive demerits. He was a member of the Brooklyn Militia and served briefly in the Civil War and died in 1875. Many of his classmates went on to great fame in the Union and Confederate armies.... more info