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Photographs and photonegatives, 1919-1988, documenting the commercial photography done by Hare Photographs, Inc. Clients included advertising agencies, architectural design firms, construction companies, law firms, industrial firms and retail stores
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Financial reports for Lower Arch Bridge, June 1945, and Whirlpool Repids Bridge, Dec. 1958; inspection report on Whirlpool Rapids Bridge, 1946; and letter to shareholders re liquidation, 1958. Also note re original charter
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Clippings from newspapers, mostly Southern, about ex-President Fillmore's visits to Mobile, Ala., Savannah, Ga., New Orleans, La., and other Southern cities in April, 1854
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Mortgage discharges, registered in the Erie County, N.Y. Clerk's Office
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Correspondence, reports, resolutions, contracts, notes, maps, cost estimates and other financial data, architectural and engineering specifications, and speeches concerning plans for a domed stadium for Erie County, 1967-1975; notes and printed materials about stadiums built in other U.S. cities; newspaper clippings; and records of Kenford Company et al. vs. the County of Erie, a suit in State Supreme Court regarding breach of the county's stadium contract, 1971-1989
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Photographs, 1947 - 1954, of Wiesner-Rapp Company machinery and personnel
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Prints of the life of Millard Fillmore and his wives, Abigail Powers Fillmore (the first Mrs. Fillmore) and Caroline Carmichael McIntosh (the second Mrs. Fillmore), the children of Abigail and Millard, and other family members. Collection also includes oversized photographs and lithographs shelved offsite
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Illustrated black and white and color lithograph cards promoting Buffalo business and services
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Letter, London, to J.J. McBride, 12 Apr. 1889, discussing the condition, national claims, and aspirations of Ireland, and his feelings toward George Washington; and a postcard, London, to H.H. Seymour, 5 Apr. 1889, thanking him for the information on divorce laws, with mention of "the intended franchise in Great Britain.".