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Letters and Miscellany Concerning Spiritualism [series]:
 
Spiritualism: photographs, biographical sketches of Madame Helen Petrovna Blavatsky, co-founder of the American Theosophical Society
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Miscellaneous clippinngs on theosophy
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Letters to Olcott from Emma Britten, October 4, 1875
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J.M.Peebles concerning current spiritualism controversy, September 25, 1875(?)
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Letters to Hiram Corson from V.A.Taylor, violently anti-Olcott, January 12, 1876
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Louisa Andrews, primarily about spiritualism, 1874-1876 , Springfield, Mass.
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Letters to Corson from Emilie Jones, sister of Louisa Andrews, reporting on latter's health, May 21, 1875 , Springfield
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Luther Colby, editor of the Banner of Light, accepting for publication an article by Corsonattacking the American Theosophical Society, January 2, 1876 , Boston
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A single letter from J.K.Robert, to Louisa Andrews expressing strongly anti-Olcott and anti-Blavatsky views, August 9, 1875 , Burlington, New Jersey
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Three letters of Madame Blavatsky (*one photostatic copy two typescript copies, both 8/28/l878; one to Mrs. Corson, one to Monsieur Akozokof)
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Letters dealing with spiritualsm controversy of 1874-1876, when Mr. and mrs. Nelsom Holmes, medius of Philadelphia, were esposed as frauds
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Letter to Madame Blavatsky from S. P. Stephens, l/30/75 3pp
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Letter to Madame Blavatsky from Francis F. Lippitt, 3/3/75 2pp
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Letter to Madame Blavatsky from J. R. Buchanan, 8/29/75? 1p
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Letter to Hiram Corson from Q.L. Ditson 10/22/75
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Letters to Colonel Henry Steel Olcott, partner of Madame Blavetsky, from Emma H. Britten, 10/4/75, and J.M. Peebles, Sept. 25, no year
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Letters to Hiram Corson from V.A. Taylor, 1/12/76
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Letters, 1874-1875, from Lousa Andrews of Springfield, [Mass.?], concerning spiritualsm, merits of varioius mediums, spread of the faith, and Olcott-Blavatsky partnership;
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July 19, 1929 letter from David Hrpham? to Eugene Corson re: pictures to appear in Blavatsky book.