Contains billheads, correspondence, handbills, illustrations, pamphlets, booklets (including an article about Noah Webster, 1854). This portion of the Warshaw collection remains unprocessed.
Special note: This box contains a soft-bound book by John Dunlop, Anti-Duel; or, a Plan for the Abrogation of Duelling, which has been tried and found successful (London, 1843). Dunlop was founder of the Temperance Movement in Great Britain, and it is suggested that this book be refiled in the Temperance series.
Dictionaries series, Warshaw Collection of Business Americana, Archives Center, National Museum of American History, box ##, folder ###, digital file number ####