1872 - 1886 SMALL ARCHIVE OF 4 HANDWRITTEN MANUSCRIPT LETTERS DETAILING WOODS HOLE MASSACHUSETTS LOCAL HISTORY AND GENEALOGY1121
On offer is a small archive of four  letters manuscript handwritten and dated from Woods Hole Falmouth, Cape Cod, Massachusetts dates include 1872, 1884, 1885 and 1886 to Mrs. Messer with a variety of super local content and names, including: 1885 Christmas celebration at The Hall and description of tree and decorations; 1884 Democratic election festivities with band, procession, rows of Chinese lanterns; sad death of Cousin Owen. Correspondents: Daughter Frances; friends Addie and Mason; Emma C. Hayward. Approx. 24pp. Overall VG+.
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