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The informal photos - in three bound volumes - cover the period 1932 to 1935.
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But the fate of the bound volumes - which chronicle big moments in the city's history, along with local sporting triumphs and tragedies, and myriad births, marriages and deaths - has been uncertain for the last four years.
A bound volume of 24 Chelsea home game programmes from the 1905-1906 season is estimated to fetch pounds 23,000 at the same auction.
AUTOGRAPH BOOKS: Twelve bound volumes containing the signatures of musicians, composers and visitors to the hall.
In a pile of dusty volumes under one window, between bound volumes of a previous generation’s women’s magazines and moldering French cookbooks, he finds George Stewart’s classic Names on the Land: A Historical Account of Place-Naming in the United States.
Not that Condé Nast had anything as ordered as archives: according to Kroll, its library was a large cupboard in Vogue House, Hanover Square, where items were sometimes thrown, plus bound volumes back to 1909 down in the basement.
Material related to Benjamin Franklin is well represented by a 1729 unrecorded bound volume of mortgage deeds printed by Franklin and believed to be the earliest such imprint to appear at auction, as well as first editions of treaties with Native Americans printed by Franklin and other important works from his press.