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    Printed Invitation to the Annual Ball of the Jefferson Guards. One page, 5.25" x 7.5", n.p., December 23, 1845. Beautifully printed in gold ink, the Jefferson Guards issued this invitation to their annual holiday ball. In full: "Your Company is most respectfully solicited, to attend the Ninth Annual Ball of the First Company Jefferson Guards, To be held on the Evening of December 23, 1845, at the Apollo Rooms, 410 Broadway." Gilt lettering is flanked by gilt decorative devices and topped by a small depiction of a militia with military accoutrements, and another of Thomas Jefferson, for whom the regiment was named. Lightly age toned and in very fine condition.

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    January, 2009
    23rd-25th Friday-Sunday
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