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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A.P. Todd Cabinet Card of an Ojibwa Group,
1830 North Carolina Slave Document,
Lot # 1116 - 1830 North Carolina Slave Document,
an 8" x 10.5" 1p Bill of Sale document for the acquiring and purchase of a 10-year-old negro boy by the name of Jon, in the amount of two hundred dollars, written and signed by a William Jingle and a William Wayne in North Carolina on January 13, 1830. > Item Details
Tintype CDV of Mary Todd Lincoln,
Lot # 686 - Tintype CDV of Mary Todd Lincoln,
in paper CDV mount with imprint of Geo. W. Godfrey & Co. Sunbeam Gallery, Rochester, N.Y. > Item Details
Three Scarce Confederate Military Handbooks Autographed by Captain A.K. Simonton, 4th North Carolina,
Lot # 542 - Three Scarce Confederate Military Handbooks Autographed by Captain A.K. Simonton, 4th North Carolina,
includes Skirmisher's Drill and Bayonet Exercise (As Used in the French Army) with Suggestions for the Soldier in Actual Combat, translated by R. Milton Cary, Capt. F Company 1st Regt. Va. Vols., 1861, Richmond, Va., West & Johnson, 12mo in embossed and illustrated red cloth wraps with gilt highligh... > Item Details
CDV of Gunsmiths,
Lot # 1275 - CDV of Gunsmiths,
anonymous image of four young gunsmiths, two seated holding finished full stock percussion rifles, while the two standing hold tools. > Item Details
10 Civil War and Political Engravings from <i>Puck, Leslie's & Harpers</i>,
Lot # 804 - 10 Civil War and Political Engravings from Puck, Leslie's & Harpers,
includes a 16" x 22" Harpers, print entitled A Cavalry Attach by Thomas Nast, 20" x 26", PLUS two Leslie's full page Civil War prints, PLUS three other full page Harper prints, including St. Valentines Day 1864; Southern Exiles on Their Way North; & Christmas Fancies, PLUS a full page Leslie's entit... > Item Details
Boudoir Card of Grass Dancers, Sioux,
Lot # 905 - Boudoir Card of Grass Dancers, Sioux,
unmarked but known to be the work of John A. Anderson. This photo is pictured as Plate 115, page 168 in The Sioux of the Rosebud, Hamilton, Henry and Hamilton, Jean, University of Oklahoma Press, 1971. Anderson dated the photo June 2, 1889. > Item Details
Enormous Grouping of Early Portraits and Stereoviews,
Lot # 1268 - Enormous Grouping of Early Portraits and Stereoviews,
lot of ca 270. Includes 3 full plate tintype portraits, two ladies and one gentleman, PLUS 108 cdv’s including 2 Union soldiers, one in great coat with collar turned up and one in 9 button frock coat, both unidentified, 1 German soldier, 1 engraving of Grant and Family, and 1 of Tom Thumb and family... > Item Details
Three Sixth Plate Daguerreotype Portraits,
Lot # 1252 - Three Sixth Plate Daguerreotype Portraits,
all anonymous sixth plates in geometric embossed paper covered case and with original seals, includes a charming portrait of a mother and two young daughters, PLUS young lady, AND young gentleman. > Item Details
Four Cabinet Cards of Southern Cheyenne Indians by Cosand and Mosser,
Lot # 954 - Four Cabinet Cards of Southern Cheyenne Indians by Cosand and Mosser,
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Civil War Letter Group of Wm. K. Wilson, 112th N.Y., Co. K, DOW,
Lot # 557 - Civil War Letter Group of Wm. K. Wilson, 112th N.Y., Co. K, DOW,
76 letters (nearly all soldier’s letters), two photographs, ephemera. Raised in Jamestown, N.Y., during the late summer 1862, the 112th N.Y. Infantry was one of Fox's 300 fighting regiments, the most active in the Union army, as one of its typical recruits, William Wilson, a farmer from Hanover, N.Y... > Item Details
Rare Confederate Broadside,
Lot # 567 - Rare Confederate Broadside,
one of only four known, 7" x 10" reading LOST./A copy of the ARMY/REGULATIONS, The/finder will please/leave it at HEAD/QUARTERS, "Camp/Mason"/May 30, 1861. Camp Mason was located in Loudoun County, Va. Other copies located in the Virginia State Library, University of Virginia at ... > Item Details
Brady Cabinet Card of U.S. Grant Leaning Against Tree,
Lot # 785 - Brady Cabinet Card of U.S. Grant Leaning Against Tree,
one of the finer field portraits of Grant taken during the war with Brady's Washington imprint along bottom margin. > Item Details
Group of Printed African American Ephemera,
Lot # 1147 - Group of Printed African American Ephemera,
lot of six, includes a scarce pamphlet entitled The Lynching of Claude Neal, published by the NAACP, detailing a lynching in Greenwood Florida in 1943, 8pp 4to with illustrations, including photograph of Neal hanging by neck from a tree, PLUS pamphlet entitled Dr. William Edward Burghardt DuBois, Fe... > Item Details
Lenny & Sawyers Cabinet Card of Unidentified Potawatomi (?) Couple,
Lot # 102 - Lenny & Sawyers Cabinet Card of Unidentified Potawatomi (?) Couple,
with their Purcell, Ind. Ter. imprint, 1889. Both wear heavy necklaces of strung, white-glass tube beads imitative of the older shell wampum. > Item Details
Four Cabinet Photos of Men and Horses on a Western Trail,
Lot # 995 - Four Cabinet Photos of Men and Horses on a Western Trail,
all 3.8" x 4.7" and mounted on original grey card stock, 6.5" x 8.5", anonymous, each with period inked inscription on reverse including 1891 Camp Fly; Flies are bad and I have covers for all my horses image of group of pack and riding horses standing in a meadow, all with covers including hoods for... > Item Details
1833 Printed Manumission Circular,
Lot # 1102 - 1833 Printed Manumission Circular,
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Envelope Signed by Daniel Webster, PLUS,
Lot # 1203 - Envelope Signed by Daniel Webster, PLUS,
framed with two pamphlets by Webster and an engraved portrait. Cover is signed upper right Danl. Webster/U.S. Senate and addressed to Challes Adams, Jr. Esq./N. Brookford, Mass., archivally matted and framed, 15.5" x 17.5". > Item Details
[WESTERN EXPLORATION] Sitgreaves, Captain L.,
Lot # 1026 - [WESTERN EXPLORATION] Sitgreaves, Captain L.,
Report on an Expedition... Report of an Expedition down the Zuni and Colorado Rivers. Washington: Beverly Tucker, Senate Printer. 1854. 8vo, hardcover, 198pp, Senate Executive No.59. 32d Congress, 2d Session. 78 plates, some bound upside down, some are tinted. In brown blindstamped cloth with gilt s... > Item Details
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