Collection Dates: 1883 -- 1913? (Boxed with MsC 114, 115, and 116)
(Boxed with MsC 114, 115, and 116)
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Posted to Internet: January 2003
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Related Materials: Letters
of Sizer can be found in the Charles Frohman collection of John Brown,
Jr. letters at the Rutherford B. Hayes Center Archives.
Letters of Sizer can be found in the Charles Frohman collection of John Brown, Jr. letters at the Rutherford B. Hayes Center Archives.
"Phrenological character of Sarah Gillespie given at Fowler & Wells Phrenological Cabinet, January 30, 1883, No. 735 Broadway, New York by Nelson Sizer, Practical Phrenologist."
T.L.S., Nelson Sizer to Miss S.L. Gillespie, 26 March 1891
A.L.S., Nelson Sizer to Miss Sarah L. Gillespie, 2 April 1891
Catalog of publications of Fowler & Wells Co
"The Head and Face: A Mirror of the Mind," pamphlet for Fowler & Wells Co., with instructions for consultations by mail
Campaign leaflet for Mrs. Sarah
(Gillespie) Huftalen for County Superintendent on the Democratic ticket (1913?)