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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Estate Inventory of Slaves,
Lot # 1103 - Estate Inventory of Slaves,
a single folded letter sheet, 7.75" x 9.75" (folded) with three pages of manuscript text from the state of Alabama, 1st and 2nd, dated August 1835, being Names of negroes belonging to Mrs. Houston and other property, with 19 named slaves, each listing age and value. This document is quite telling in... > Item Details
Pair of Sixth Plate Confederates,
Lot # 496 - Pair of Sixth Plate Confederates,
the image at left a fine ambrotype, the other a tintype, both said to be Kentuckians, although neither is identified. One soldier wears a militia-style double-breasted gray frock coat with high collar and two rows of seven gilded buttons made of jean material with a pronounced vertical pattern in th... > Item Details
Washington Crossing the Delaware Union Case,
Lot # 723 - Washington Crossing the Delaware Union Case,
fine example of one of the more sought after full plate Union cases in brown, with plain back, made to sit flat on table, Washington Crossing the Delaware, after a painting by Emmanuel Leutze, made by P.I. Smith & Hartman, New York, ca 1850-60, with original blue velvet liner. > Item Details
Fine Libbie Custer Autographed letter,
Lot # 396 - Fine Libbie Custer Autographed letter,
2pp, 4.25" x 7", New York, Aug. 20 [1893]. Addressed to "Mr. Field," probably Eugene, as he lived in Chicago at the time and wrote for the Daily News. When I saw you at the press meeting in Chicago in May you said you wanted my book with my autograph and had I not been so busy and had I been quite s... > Item Details
Boxed  Set of <i>Keystone Tour of the World</i> with Oak Shelf and Boxed Viewer,
Lot # 1288 - Boxed Set of Keystone Tour of the World with Oak Shelf and Boxed Viewer,
includes four boxed sets, one having the stereoviewer entitled Telebinocular on spine in gilt, with black painted steel viewer with portable light with extra bulbs, PLUS three more boxed sets entitled Stereographic Library Tour of the World Keystone View Co. Vols. I-VI with 306 cards in all three bo... > Item Details
Boudoir Card of <i>Black Goose - Kiowa</i>,
Lot # 946 - Boudoir Card of Black Goose - Kiowa,
with backstamp of H.P. Robinson, Photographer, Fort Sill, Ind. Ter. Black Goose is posed with a Mexican or Rio Grande blanket around his waist, a long wool breech cloth, hide leggings, and moccasins. > Item Details
J.H. Hamilton Stereoview of an Iowa Chief and Interpreter,
Lot # 33 - J.H. Hamilton Stereoview of an Iowa Chief and Interpreter,
lacking a maker's imprint, but known to be the work of J.H. Hamilton, Sioux City, Iowa, ca 1870, on light yellow mount. This is an early print, prior to Hamilton's affiliation with any of his later partners. Title is from the later back-card listing of Hamilton & Kodylek. A scene in the Omaha villag... > Item Details
Photograph of 1919 Integrated School Group With Flags,
Lot # 1145 - Photograph of 1919 Integrated School Group With Flags,
an 8" x 10" early silver print on slightly larger original card stock showing an integrated school class, wonderful photo with 35 children, about half Caucasian, half African American and one Asian, likely Chinese based on her dress, with Caucasian lady teacher. Besides being integrated, a rarity in... > Item Details
Wonderful Patriotic Cast Iron Picture Frame in Original Paint,
Lot # 879 - Wonderful Patriotic Cast Iron Picture Frame in Original Paint,
with cast relief crossed flags, trumpets and drums over crossed cannon with spread-winged eagle surmount and oval opening with laurel leaf surround, all in original polychrome paint with kick stand back, late 19th or early 20th century copy photograph on original card stock mount portrait of unident... > Item Details
1782 Newspaper Containing the Earliest Illustrated Ad for an American Dentist,
Lot # 663 - 1782 Newspaper Containing the Earliest Illustrated Ad for an American Dentist,
complete original four-page newspaper, the Continental Journal and Weekly Advertiser (Boston, Mass.) dated July 25, 1782. American Revolutionary War-era newspaper with a back page ILLUSTRATED ad placed by Isaac Greenwood, named by the American Dental Association as the first native-born American de... > Item Details
Two Fine Enameled Representatives GAR Badges,
Lot # 864 - Two Fine Enameled Representatives GAR Badges,
includes a four-part medal with golden silk ribbon backing, pinback is the standard bronze spread-winged eagle clutching crossed cannon with saber and stacked cannon balls, attached to bronze medallion with Representative in red enameled ribbon banner over red, white and blue enameled GAR with laure... > Item Details
Extraordinary Boudoir Photograph of a Sioux Indian Presenting His Rifle to a Government Scout,
Lot # 353 - Extraordinary Boudoir Photograph of a Sioux Indian Presenting His Rifle to a Government Scout,
entitled in negative No. 25 Little Chief Presenting J.H. Cook Gov. Scout with his Gun Jan. 15th 1891 Pine Ridge S.D. A wonderful view showing a Sioux warrior in traditional dress, handing his tack and tasseled decorated percussion rifle to Cook, second scout to Cook's left, 1st U.S. Infantry soldier... > Item Details
Two Autographed <i>Sports Illustrated</i>, <i>Eric Crouch</i>,
Lot # 1336 - Two Autographed Sports Illustrated, Eric Crouch,
magazines, each November 26, 2001, and include an autograph on the front cover, 100pp. > Item Details
Civil War CDV of Colonel John Singleton Mosby, CSA,
Lot # 512 - Civil War CDV of Colonel John Singleton Mosby, CSA,
unsigned, with Southern imprint of Stanton & Butler, Baltimore. No evidence of revenue stamp on verso. Virginia's premier partisan ranger attained the rank of colonel, 1st Virginia Cavalry leaving a trail of havoc and frustrated Union commanders in his wake. The stuff of legend, the "Gray Ghost" is ... > Item Details
Silver Gelatins of  an Oto Couple and Oto Boy,
Lot # 934 - Silver Gelatins of an Oto Couple and Oto Boy,
lot of two, mounted on board, each 5.5" x 3.875", with the blindstamp of Hughes, Perry, O.T. lower left. The woman is wearing a blouse heavily decorated with nickel-silver brooches. She wears a number of necklaces composed of different beads. The man’s shirt is decorated with curvilinear beadwork de... > Item Details
Silver Gelatin of a Comanche Boy,
Lot # 953 - Silver Gelatin of a Comanche Boy,
print mounted on board, 5.5" x 3.875. Photographer unknown. Note the large silver peace medal hanging over the breastplate. No doubt, a family heirloom. > 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
Large Group of African American Cabinet Cards, Real Photo Postcards and More,
Lot # 1074 - Large Group of African American Cabinet Cards, Real Photo Postcards and More,
lot of 21, with seven cabinet card photographs, includes 1st an interesting card by New Century View Co., Cincinnati of a young African American worker cleaning out a large iron furnace with fork on hand, identified on reverse as Agnes Spears, PLUS 2nd composite photograph entitled Little Ethiopians... > Item Details
Boudoir Card of <i>Sioux Indians on Reservation Near Rosebud Agency, Dak.</i>,
Lot # 314 - Boudoir Card of Sioux Indians on Reservation Near Rosebud Agency, Dak.,
by John A. Anderson of Valentine, Neb. Titled in period script verso, ca 1893. The setting includes a log cabin with two rooms and five visible windows, a tipi, and two sweat lodges. Women are preparing beef in the foreground while meat dries on the rack nearer the cabin. > Item Details
Mt. Vernon Relic Cane,
Lot # 668 - Mt. Vernon Relic Cane,
with coin silver 1.4" high knob, engraved Mt. Vernon/May 6, 1858/Dr. C. West/To/J. West, mounted on tapered hardwood shaft cut from Washington's estate, with 1" brass ferrule, total length 33.75". > Item Details
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