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The Knickerbocker Gallery (New York: Samuel Hueston, 1855 )
Is "A Testimonial to the Editor of the Knickerbocker Magazine from its Contributors. With forty-Eight Portraits on Steel, from Original Pictures Engraved Expressly for This Work." Is inscribed "A Christmas memento to my Wife - John H. White, Dec. 25, 1854." Bound vol. [cover loose].

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Unidentified photograph, presumably of Civil War general, removed from above book. D. Appleton & Co., Publishers, 1861.
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1 sheet of historical notes on French exploration and settlement from 1534, n.d.
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Pamphlet: "Speeches Delivered at the Republican Union Festival, in Commemoration of the Birth of Washington; Held at Irving Hall, Feb. 22, 1862, under the Auspices of the Republican Central Committees, of the City and County of New York." (New York: G.P. Putnam, 1862 ). 27 pp.
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Photograph album, leather bound with clasps, containing portraits, some autographed, of members of the New York State Legislature, ca. 1870 .
Also contains pictures of Governor John T. Hoffman [elected 1868], Lt. Gov. Allen C. Beach, Secretary of State H.A. Nelson, and Comptroller W.F. Allen (p. 1). 195 photographs, 150 of which are autographed.

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Resolutions of Kane Lodge, No. 454, made on the death of John H. White. (Masonic Lodge). Unpaged bound vol. New York City, Mar. 6, 1877.
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Plate for steel engraving of Samuel Barrett.
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Scrapbook of newspaper clippings, chiefly on foreign affairs, Franco-Prussian War, etc. 1870's . Some loose clippings.
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Removed from above scrapbook and added to greeting card collection, 2 Christmas cards: "The Dead Sea" and Bible verses, 1883 ; Purple morning glories, n.d.
 
Six Concord, Mass. postcards. -- Added to Postcard Coll.
 
Envelope with picture of Old Wright Tavern, Concord. -- Added to Letterheads.
 
Broadsides
 
Resolutions offered by John H. White, 1875 or later. Br.#____ Card entry: "Politics (New York State)"
 
WEST SIDE ASSOCIATION. To owners of West Side real estate, n.d. Br.#____ Card entry: "Real estate (New York City)"
 
Notice of Henry T. Kneeland & Co., grain commission merchants of N.Y.C., 1889 . Br.#____ Card entry: "Commission merchants"
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Letter from Laura M. King, Ridgefield, New Jersey, to her cousin, Bella Fuller (Mrs. Charles G. Fuller), Evanston, Illinois, Nov. 17, 1907 , concerning three enclosed photographs of the wife and son and daughter of their uncle, Charles F. King of San Antonio, Texas, taken in 1865 . Photograph of Mrs. King added to Fashion Collection, dated women's fashions box, and those of children to same, dated children's fashions.