Various places, various dates (1880s-1910s). Included are: PRINTED & MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT SIGNED BY DAVID HILL AS GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK, appointing John D. Lynn as Monroe County Judge, December 29, 1888, folds, wear, offprint from old gilt seal (present); TYPED LETTER SIGNED by TW Gregory as US Attorney General, Washington DC February 23, 1915, regarding an appointment delayed by the Senate, on Office of the Attorney General letterhead, folds, wear, minor soiling; TYPED LETTER SIGNED by Assistant Attorney General, on Dept. of Justice letterhead, Jan. 4, 1915, regarding an appointment, folds, wear, minor soiling; a booklet THE LIFE AND TIMES OF JOHN MASTICK: The Pioneer Lawyer of Rochester, by John D. Lynn, no date (address given Sept. 16, 1922), 25 pp, plain stapled wraps, with photo of Lynn at Mastick's grave, worn, toning, soil; 1925 offprint titled THE UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S OFFICE IN THE WORLD WAR by John D. Lynn, pp 133-189, worn, soiled, stained, with old library note paperclipped inside, but INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY LYNN TO HIS DAUGHTER; and two formal sepia-tone portraits of John D. Lynn, one soiled, edge-chipped, the other framed in poor frame, condition of picture unknown. The Lot . .