Treasures from The Caren Archive
How History Unfolds on Paper

7 Apr 2014, starting at 13:00 EDT.

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FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN, printer. The Pennsylvania Gazette. Containing the freshest Advices, Foreign and Domestick. Philadelphia: Printed by B. Franklin and D. Hall, January 24, 1749. No 1050.

NEW YORK CITY DUEL. Manuscript Depositions, 3 pp recto and verso,

[FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN. 1706-1790.] The Pennsylvania Gazette. Containing the freshest Advices, Foreign and Domestic. [Philadelphia: Franklin & Hall], August 27, 1752. No 1237.

GEORGE WASHINGTON IN FRANKLIN'S NEWSPAPER. FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN, printer. The Pennsylvania Gazette. Philadelphia: B. Franklin and D. Hall, March 12, 1754. No 1316.

SCALPING. [WILLIAMS, EPHRAIM.] Manuscript Document, 1 p, 4to,

SHIRLEY, WILLIAM. 1694-1771. Letter Signed ("W Shirley"), 2 1/2 pp recto and verso,

FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR. AMES, NATHANIEL. An Astronomical Diary: Or, An Almanack For the Year of our Lord Christ 1758. Boston: printed by J. Draper, [1757].

GAGE, THOMAS. 1718/19-1787. Autograph Letter Signed ("Tho.s Gage"),

STAMP ACT OF 1765. ELDERKIN, JEDEDIAH. Autograph Document Signed ("Jed a: Elderkin"), 2 pp recto and verso, folio, Hartford, November 9, 1768, being an accounting of monies owed to Elderkin by the Colony of Connecticut for services rendered as King's attorney from December 1754 to 1768,

LIBERTY SONG. [DICKENSON, JOHN. 1742-1808.] The Boston Chronicle. Boston: Printed by Mein and Fleeming, September 5, 1768. Vol 1, no 38.

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