Lot 815    

New York Herald, Dated April 15, 1865,
2004, Fall Historic Americana / Dec 2-3
the most requested Lincoln assassination newspaper with bold headlines and the first reports of the incident. This is an original issue, not a reprint, and contains all points called for by the Library of Congress circular detailing the process for determining an original.

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Fine Autographed Photograph of William Howard Taft,
Lot # 935 - Fine Autographed Photograph of William Howard Taft,
a silver print inscribed in ink along bottom margin with For the Rev. W.F. Pierce of All Saints Unitarian with my great respect and best wishes of the White House May 5th 1909 Wm. H. Taft with double blind stamped imprint and copyright of Harris & Ewing Washington D.C., 9.5" x 13.5", in period frame... > Item Details
CDV of Pvt. George W. Warner, 20th Ct., WIA,
Lot # 100 - CDV of Pvt. George W. Warner, 20th Ct., WIA,
by Collins & Austin, New Haven, Conn., with ink identification, Geo. W. Warner/20th Con Vol. in hand other than Warner’s who lost both arms at Gettysburg. On July 3, the 20th Connecticut was posted in some woods "about 750 feet" in front of the far left of Culp's Hill to provide enfilade fire in cas... > Item Details
CDV of John Wilkes Booth,
Lot # 806 - CDV of John Wilkes Booth,
cdv photograph of John Wilkes Booth on a mount by C.D. Fredricks – this the famous “top-coat” pose with gloves and fur-lined overcoat. This is a later pose of the soon-to-be damned assassin... his hair is shorter and there is an almost forlorn expression on his face. Another scarce study on the orig... > Item Details
Three 7th NYSM CDV's Tipped to Board,
Lot # 366 - Three 7th NYSM CDV's Tipped to Board,
6" x 8", with inked caption Camp Cameron May 1861 underneath. This is an wonderful early souvenir piece from Camp Cameron, in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. housed in its original 7.5" x 9.5" gilded frame and glass. The soldiers, officers left and right with a private in the middle, are all unidentifi... > Item Details
<i>Declaration of Independence</i> Snuff Box,
Lot # 737 - Declaration of Independence Snuff Box,
papier-mâché circular friction fitted lid with printed copy of the Declaration on lid and continued on back of base; 3.5" diameter. > Item Details
Great Photograph of Buffalo Bill at His Field Desk,
Lot # 1181 - Great Photograph of Buffalo Bill at His Field Desk,
anonymous 8 x 10" silver gelatin print. Unknown location, shows an aged Bill reading a newspaper at a desk inside a tent, a bottle of "liniment" nearby. > Item Details
Autographed CDV of Brigadier General Alfred T.A. Torbert,
Lot # 50 - Autographed CDV of Brigadier General Alfred T.A. Torbert,
by Brady, with Yours Truly/ A.T. Torbert/Brig. Gen. Vols. on verso in period ink. Torbert was a regular who held both infantry and cavalry commands during the war. In an odd situation that has never been fully explained, Torbert was for a short time in April 1861 an officer in both the United States... > Item Details
Sixth Plate Post-Mortem Daguerreotype of a Little Girl and Her Doll,
Lot # 638 - Sixth Plate Post-Mortem Daguerreotype of a Little Girl and Her Doll,
a cherub at rest with her fashionable china doll beside her and a gilt ring with a green stone on her finger. Enclosed in a floral-embossed full leather case. > Item Details
Buffalo Bill Advertising Banner,
Lot # 1155 - Buffalo Bill Advertising Banner,
stenciled on linen with Buffalo Bill Tuesday June 3 in blue on white; 24" high x 70"long. > Item Details
Fine U.C.V. Army of Northern Virginia Flag,
Lot # 574 - Fine U.C.V. Army of Northern Virginia Flag,
machine-sewn with 13 double-appliquéd linen stars on a dark blue wool cross with four vertical seams is situated on a red wool field, white cotton outlines cross, braided cotton rope encased in canvas, two brass clasps at ends, 66.5" x 40". > Item Details
Group of Photographs of Union Medical Department Exhibit,
Lot # 422 - Group of Photographs of Union Medical Department Exhibit,
lot of 7. Albumen images, each 10 x 8.25" mounted on larger boards, each with printed International Exposition 1876 and applied descriptive paper label. Includes "Hospital of Medical Department (Rear View, showing Hospital Tents" (two different views); "Model of Hospital Barrack Ward" (two different... > Item Details
Cox-Roosevelt Jugate Campaign Poster,
Lot # 872 - Cox-Roosevelt Jugate Campaign Poster,
gray tone photomechanical oval bust-length portraits of the above two with Peace-Progress-Prosperity above and For President/Democratic Nominee/James M. Cox and For Vice President/Democratic Nominee/Franklin D. Roosevelt below each, marked Baker Art Gallery on margins of portraits and Allied Printin... > Item Details
O'Sullivan Wheeler Photograph of Paiute Indians,
Lot # 1066 - O'Sullivan Wheeler Photograph of Paiute Indians,
8" x 11" albumen landscapes mounted on larger printed War Dept. mount card stock. Includes Group of Pah Ute Indians, Nevada, marked No. 2, marked on mat T.H. O'Sullivan Photo., and dated 1871; card stock is 15.5" x 19.5". > Item Details
Confederate Pass,
Lot # 584 - Confederate Pass,
4 x 7.5", partially printed on blue lined paper. Hd. Qrs. Army Valley District, / 186__ / The following named man, is hereby detailed to go to the County of for days to procure a fresh horse. This filled out 8 Jan. 1863 for R.N. Thomas, Co. A. 2d Va. Wick's Brigade. By command of Gen'l. Ear... > Item Details
Small UCV Cemetery Flag,
Lot # 578 - Small UCV Cemetery Flag,
printed on polished cotton. Note with flag states provenance from the estate of the Mexia, Texas Confederate cemetery caretaker. Members of the Joseph E. Johnson Camp No. 94 CSA originally cared for the cemetery. > Item Details
CDV of Photographer and Woman with Camera,
Lot # 686 - CDV of Photographer and Woman with Camera,
with imprint of N.V. Brothers' Eureka Gallery in Greenville, Michigan. > Item Details
CDV of Major Gen. John A. Logan, CMOH,
Lot # 275 - CDV of Major Gen. John A. Logan, CMOH,
by Bogardus, N.Y. with period ink identification beneath portrait. The magnetic "Black Jack" Logan of Illinois was a Mexican War veteran who raised the 31st Infantry having already fought at Bull Run as a volunteer. Before the western theater was much in the eyes of the public Logan was building a s... > Item Details
Grouping of Pennsylvania Bucktail Documents,
Lot # 498 - Grouping of Pennsylvania Bucktail Documents,
archive of partially printed and manuscript documents pertaining to the 149th Pennsylvania Infantry, 1862-1865. A hard-fighting regiment of "Bucktails", the 149th was mustered in at Harrisburg on August 1, 1862, and would go on to see action at Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, the Wilderness, Cold Har... > Item Details
Cabinet Card of Tirrell's Photograph Studio in East Weymouth, Massachusetts,
Lot # 702 - Cabinet Card of Tirrell's Photograph Studio in East Weymouth, Massachusetts,
silver gelatin, view of the photographers studio, with a woman standing in the doorway and leaning her arm on a sign "Tirrell's Photographic Cottage/ All views of the beach $2.00." A sharply dressed elder man is seated on the edge of the boardwalk. Photographer's imprint on back. > Item Details
CDV of President Johnson,
Lot # 798 - CDV of President Johnson,
The new President in his first sitting. Andrew Johnson’s first formal portrait following the assassination, this by Anthony/Brady. The Tennessee Senator, Representative, and Governor, was impeached as President but not convicted... saved by a margin of just one vote. A clean carte, imprint on verso,... > Item Details
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