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    [Albany Army Relief Bazaar]. Group of Three Documents including: Horatio Seymour Printed Letter Signed. Two partially-printed pages, 7.75" x 9.75", Albany [New York], January 1864, asking for contributions in "getting up a great Fair . . . in aid of the Sanitary Commission." [and:] An Appeal In Behalf of the Albany Army Relief Bazaar. Two printed pages, 8.25" x 11", Albany, December 15, 1863, asking for "articles most desirable for the Fair." [and:] Lithograph Print. One page, 6.5" x 7.75", for "Autographs Contributed by General Officers of the Army & Navy of the United States" sold at the fair on February 22, 1864.

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    June, 2014
    7th Saturday
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