Lot 651    

Autographed Copy of Dwight D. Eisenhower's Crusade in Europe,
2008, Spring Historic Americana, June 5 & 6, 2008
Doubleday, 1948. first edition, first printing. autographed in black ink on signature page, marked number 251 of 1426 copies, 8vo in tan cloth boards with map of Europe endpapers, untrimmed, with all illustrations, 559pp in original card stock slip case.

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Two Gettysburg Relic Battlefield Canes,
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both carved from a single piece of American hardwood and pyro decorated, one with Round Top pyro with 0.75" brass ferrule, total length 36", second ink stamped wood from/round top, total length 34.5". > Item Details
Printed Union Jack Bunting from the Catafalque of Lord Admiral Nelson,
Lot # 605 - Printed Union Jack Bunting from the Catafalque of Lord Admiral Nelson,
43.5" x 69.5" printed cotton with canton being Union Jack and fly Cross of St. George, which is the White Ensign of the royal Navy pattern. While the Red Ensign was the official senior squadron flag of the Royal Navy, Admiral Nelson's use of the White Ensign at Trafalgar, and its use on his catafalq... > Item Details
Two Cabinet Cards of Lillian Smith, the Celebrated Californian Rifle Shot,
Lot # 458 - Two Cabinet Cards of Lillian Smith, the Celebrated Californian Rifle Shot,
one with Copyright Woodburytype and Buffalo Bill's Wild West along bottom margin, full-length with rifle, AND second bust length portrait with imprint of Meuro, Koran & Co., N.Y. > Item Details
W.R. Cross Cabinet Card of <i>Steps</i>, Pitt Rivers (California),
Lot # 94 - W.R. Cross Cabinet Card of Steps, Pitt Rivers (California),
triple-amputee who grew up as a Yakama captive, and later lived with the Sioux Chief, Sitting Bull. Image was taken at Fort Randall, D.T., January 1882, and mounted on Bailey, Dix & Mead card stock, a consortium of Fort Randall traders who marketed a series of 24 photos made by Cross. These are list... > Item Details
F. Jay Haynes Stereoview of a Group of Ojibwa Leaders,
Lot # 31 - F. Jay Haynes Stereoview of a Group of Ojibwa Leaders,
with Fargo, D.T. imprint, ca 1880, on pale green mount. All but one of these 10 men wear tall turbans formed of the cased skins of river otters, wrapped around their heads and tied into place. Three grasp long-handled smoking pipes and most wear the seed-beaded bandolier bags that characterized Ojib... > Item Details
Karl Bodmer Aquatint Engraving: Tab. 41, <i> View of the Stone Walls on the Upper Missouri</i>,
Lot # 336 - Karl Bodmer Aquatint Engraving: Tab. 41, View of the Stone Walls on the Upper Missouri,
with Bodmer's blindstamp, published by Ackermann & Co. 90 Strand, July 1840. Print with The Litchfield Historical Society sticker on reverse, 16" x 20.75". > Item Details
1814 Madison Co., Ky., Manuscript Estate Inventory with Slaves,
Lot # 1110 - 1814 Madison Co., Ky., Manuscript Estate Inventory with Slaves,
3pp handwritten document regarding the appraisal and inventory of the estate of Travis Bootow, including slaves, cattle, and furnishings, dated the Nov. 7, 1814, 7.75" x 12.5". > Item Details
Tin Patent Models, <i>Perry Portable Heating Stove & Olney Gas Apps.</i>,
Lot # 717 - Tin Patent Models, Perry Portable Heating Stove & Olney Gas Apps.,
lot of two, both with partially printed Patent Office tags, includes No. 122,733/Geo. Olney/Gas Apps./Patented Jany. 16th/1872, painted tin and steel with Rundle collection tag, lot 968 and Neiman-Marcus tag, 10.5" square x 5" high, AND second with partially printed Patent Office tags, includes No. ... > Item Details
CDV of One Feather, Hunkpapa Lakota,
Lot # 256 - CDV of One Feather, Hunkpapa Lakota,
with no imprint, but known to be the work of O.S. Goff, Bismarck, D.T., July 1881. Ink inscriptions recto and verso: One Feather. After a five-year exile in Canada following the Battle of the Little Bighorn, Sitting Bull surrendered to military officials at Fort Buford, D.T., in July 1881. He and th... > Item Details
William Henry Harrison Funeral Broadside from Philadelphia,
Lot # 670 - William Henry Harrison Funeral Broadside from Philadelphia,
Funeral Honors to the Late President, Philadelphia, 1841, 5.5" x 18". Arrangements for the procession and ceremonies attending the reception of the remains of William Henry Harrison in Philadelphia on April 20, 1841. J.R. Ingersoll, the Whig Congressman from Philadelphia, was the Chief Marshall. The... > Item Details
CDV of <i>Hole in the Day (Po-go-nay-ke-shick), the Celebrated Chippewa Chief</i>,
Lot # 42 - CDV of Hole in the Day (Po-go-nay-ke-shick), the Celebrated Chippewa Chief,
with Whitney’s Gallery, St. Paul, imprint, ca 1862. Pencil inscription, verso: Sister Helen, from Jenny, 1863. Identical print in Minnesota Historical Society, neg. no. 8306. The Notre Dame University Archives contain papers of a Sister Helen Angela, relative to the history of the Ojibwa Indians. Th... > Item Details
Fink Bros. Cabinet Card of <i>Wet-yat-mas-lik-leen-nink</i>, called Caleb Carter, Nez Perce (<i>Nimiipoo</i>),
Lot # 93 - Fink Bros. Cabinet Card of Wet-yat-mas-lik-leen-nink, called Caleb Carter, Nez Perce (Nimiipoo),
lacking maker’s imprint, ca 1895. Title appears as ink inscription, verso; together with pencil signature: Mrs. Cal Carter. > Item Details
Civil War CDV of Charles Winship 17th/2nd N.H. - DOW Gettysburg,
Lot # 515 - Civil War CDV of Charles Winship 17th/2nd N.H. - DOW Gettysburg,
no backmark, ink signed on verso, Charles W. Winship/Co. B., 17th Regt. N.H.V./Presented to/Miss Mary E. Wilber. On July 2, the 2nd New Hampshire was decimated in the exposed Peach Orchard enduring sustained artillery fire then charging into a full-fledged assault by McLaw’s Division. Of the 380 men... > Item Details
W.S. Soule Cabinet Card of a Southern Cheyenne Tipi Village,
Lot # 170 - W.S. Soule Cabinet Card of a Southern Cheyenne Tipi Village,
4.25" x 6.5" flat mount showing tipis scattered in sparsely wooded landscape with prairie in background, period ink inscription on rear Cheyenne Camp. > Item Details
Two Large Silver Gelatin Photographs of <i>Uncle Tom's Cabin</i> Bands,
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William Notman Photograph of a Blackfoot Indian,
Lot # 231 - William Notman Photograph of a Blackfoot Indian,
albumen print, 9.25" x 7.25" on larger mount; titled in negative A Young Blackfoot Brave and marked with Notman's Montreal studio; a man dressed with a beaded flat bag and beaded bandolier stands with his rifle sheathed in its hide scabbard in front of a painted tipi. > Item Details
John Tallis & Co. Map Entitled <i>South America</i>,
Lot # 1341 - John Tallis & Co. Map Entitled South America,
12" x 16" with map surrounded by eight colored vignettes, marked lower margin John Tallis & Company, London & New York, framed, 14.75" x 18.75". > Item Details
D.F. Barry Cabinet Card of Long Dog, Sioux Chief,
Lot # 261 - D.F. Barry Cabinet Card of Long Dog, Sioux Chief,
with printed caption, below of Long Dog and penciled Sioux to right and imprint on verso, D. F. Barry, West Superior, Wis. and penciled inscription Fought Against Custer At Little Big Horn. > Item Details
Albumen Cabinet Card of Chief Charles <i>Keokuk</i>, Wife and Mother, Sauk,
Lot # 16 - Albumen Cabinet Card of Chief Charles Keokuk, Wife and Mother, Sauk,
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Rare San Francisco Committee of Vigilance Membership Certificate,
Lot # 449 - Rare San Francisco Committee of Vigilance Membership Certificate,
16" x 20" stone lithograph by Britton & Rey, S.F., designed and drawn on stone by Charles Nahl, headed Committee of Vigilance of San Francisco/Reorganized 15th May/1856/for the mutual protection of life and property., with manuscript name of F. Henderson, No. 940, who was attached to Company A Caval... > Item Details
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