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This undated photo provided by Bonhams shows The New-England Chronicle's  page-one publishing of the Declaration of Independence two weeks after it was signed, from  the archive of Eric Caren, who has amassed what is considered one of the largest private collections of historical papers in the United States. The Boston newspaper, which could fetch as much as $80,000, is one of 300 items from the Westchester-based Caren Archive being auctioned in April at the Manhattan location of Bonhams. The items for sale range from Revolutionary War documents describing the battles of Lexington and Concord to a mug shot of Western outlaw Butch Cassidy. (AP Photo/Bonhams)

This undated photo provided by Bonhams shows The New-England Chronicle's page-one publishing of the Declaration of Independence two weeks after it was signed, from the archive of Eric Caren, who has amassed what is considered one of the largest private collections of historical papers in the United States. The Boston newspaper, which could fetch as much as $80,000, is one of 300 items from the Westchester-based Caren Archive being auctioned in April at the Manhattan location of Bonhams. The items for sale range from Revolutionary War documents describing the battles of Lexington and Concord to a mug shot of Western outlaw Butch Cassidy. (AP Photo/Bonhams)

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