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From the de Grummond Children's Books Collection. "Our Little Ones and The Nursery: Illustrated Stories and Poems for Little People" edited William T. Adams. Pages 193-195 missing. Pages 383-384 torn.

1886

From the Kate Greenaway Papers. Autograph postcard signed. 1 p. (12 x 7.5 cm.) To Mrs. Edmund Evans at Witley from Kate Greenaway dated Tuesday [18 May 1886].

[18 May 1886]

From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A booklet that contains a printed devotional story by the author concerning the Christian religion and her experiences.

1886

Annual report of the president and directors of the Georgia Pacific Railway Company to the stockholders. Report year ends September 30.

1886

From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Published in New York by McLoughlin Bros., circa 1880s. Title, imprint, and series statements from cover. Illustrations printed in red and black ink. Part of the May Bells Series. Acquired from Justin G. Schiller, Ltd.

1880; 1881; 1882; 1883; 1884; 1885; 1886; 1887; 1888; 1889

From the de Grummond Children's Books Collection. A French language children's book entitled "Les Bébés des Jardins de Paris" by P. Bonhomme.

1886

From the Kate Greenaway Papers. Almanack for 1887 by Kate Greenaway (London: George Routledge and Sons, [1886]). page from published book, frontispiece.

[1886]

From the Ellzey (Wesley James) Papers. A letter from C.A. Lany to Wesley and Margaret Ellzey dated November 11, 1886. Lany writes of her husband's work and her current living situation. She then asks Wesley about the death of their mother and asks about her mother's will and Lany's inheritance.

3 November 1886

From the Alexander Melvorne Jackson Papers. A letter from Alexander M. Jackson Jr. to his sister, Clara Jackson, regarding family.

29 August 1886

From the Alexander Melvorne Jackson Papers. A letter from Alexander M. Jackson Jr. to his sister, Clara Jackson, regarding a prophesied earthquake as well as family.

30 September 1886

From the Alexander Melvorne Jackson Papers. A letter from Alexander M. Jackson Jr. to his sister, Clara Jackson, regarding family and the theatre.

10 October 1886

From the Alexander Melvorne Jackson Papers. A letter from Alexander M. Jackson Jr. to his sister, Clara Jackson, regarding family.

15 October 1886

From the Alexander Melvorne Jackson Papers. A letter from Alexander M. Jackson Jr. to his sister, Clara Jackson, regarding family and friends.

31 October 1886

From the Alexander Melvorne Jackson Papers. A letter from Alexander M. Jackson Jr. to his sister, Clara Jackson, regarding family and friends as well as other business.

21 November 1886

From the Alexander Melvorne Jackson Papers. A letter from Alexander M. Jackson Jr. to his sister, Clara Jackson, regarding holidays, money, school, and family.

16 December 1886

From the Alexander Melvorne Jackson Papers. A letter from Alexander M. Jackson Jr. to his sister, Clara Jackson, regarding family and social news.

01 December 1886

From the Alexander Melvorne Jackson Papers. A letter from [D. Ramsey?] to Clara Jackson regarding gossip and love interests. The letter was faded and the histogram was adjusted to be able to read the text.

26 December 1886

From the Alexander Melvorne Jackson Papers. A letter from Alexander M. Jackson to his daughter, Clara Jackson, regarding the weather, gossip around the position of the U.S. Senate, Clara's sister Stella, the inaugural ball and also being busy with work.

15 January 1886

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