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Price Realized: $423 With Buyer's Premium Show Hammer Price
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Sale 2486 Lot 304
(MAINE.) Group of manuscripts and ephemera relating to Maine. 6 items, various sizes and conditions: 3 manuscripts and 3 pieces of printed ephemera. Vp, 1761-1872
Estimate $600 - 900
Joseph Frye (founder of Fryeburg). Autograph Document Signed, a receipt to Simon Frye, treasurer. Fryeburg, ME, 6 September 1792 * John Hubbard, former Governor of Maine. Autograph Letter Signed to Hannibal Hamlin, recommending a man for a federal job. Hallowell, ME, 2 February 1853 * John A. Douglass. Autograph Letter Signed to Dr. [T.H.] Gage re publication of a sermon. Waterford, ME, 22 March 1872 * A.B. Thompson. Printed circular letter as Maine's Adjutant General during the Aroostook War, General Order No. 30 ordering the return of troops from the border. Augusta, ME, 30 March 1839 * Engraved hand-colored map titled "Map of the Country which was the Scene of the Operations of the Northern Army," 10 1/4 x 8 1/2 inches, apparently from the atlas to Marshall's Life of Washington * Engraved map titled "An Accurate Map of New Hampshire in New-England," 13 1/2 x 11 inches, apparently from the Universal Magazine of 1761. Provenance: from the collection of William Wheeler III.Price Realized (with Buyer's Premium) $423