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Three letters from Maj. Gen. Jacob Brown, Buffalo and Fort Erie, June-Sept. 1814, to Brig. Gen. P.B. Porter, and to his brother, Joseph W. Brown, regarding the need for tents and kettles, with some detail on military affairs. Also, instructions of the Adjutant General's Office regarding Maj. Gen. Brown's funeral honors, 25 Feb. 1828; and three letters received by Joseph W. Brown from William Waffle and D. Ormsby, DePauville, N.Y., Feb. 1871, regarding the provenance of Maj. Gen. Brown's sword, worn during the battle of Sackett's Harbor
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Scrapbooks consist of clippings and other ephemera in English and Polish dated May 19, 1891 to September 8, 1901 and assembled by Francis E. Fronczak. Subjects include Fronczak, Buffalo events and politics, health-related news, and Polish and Polish-American events
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Permits, licenses, a site plan, signs and clippings concerning Joseph Cohen Bakery, ca. 1910-1968; account books, licenses and letterhead of the Manhattan Flour & Feed Co. of Buffalo, ca. 1915-1966; business certificate, letterhead, advertising blotters, and notices regarding company ownership of the Manhattan Wiper & Bag Co., ca. 1950-1968. Also includes photographs of Cohen family members, the family residence, and the bakery and feed company buildings, trucks and employees, ca. 1910-ca. 1968
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Letters are mainly responses to speeches given by Putnam
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Newsclippings regarding war food issues in Buffalo, including a Buffalo bakers' strike; and U.S. Food Administration circulars, bulletins, and notices, 1918-1919. Also, one folder of depositions, violation notices, and other materials concerning "meatless Tuesday" and other food issues