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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Slight wear to slip case, else EXC.
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W.E. Tinsley Art Co. Pair of Cabinet Cards of <i>Maggie Jackson, Kiowa</i> with Three Children,
Lot # 156 - W.E. Tinsley Art Co. Pair of Cabinet Cards of Maggie Jackson, Kiowa with Three Children,
with Anadarko, Oklahoma Territory imprint, ca 1897. Title appears as ink inscription, verso, on one card with the date April 28, '97. Another ink inscription appears verso on the companion card: Salemah, Lucy & Ida Jackson, Kiowa, April 27, '97. > Item Details
Silver Gelatin of Council of Winnebago and Omaha Chiefs,
Lot # 978 - Silver Gelatin of Council of Winnebago and Omaha Chiefs,
print mounted on board, 3.875" x 3.375". Photograph by Hamilton and Hoyt, Sioux City, Iowa. The title from a stereoview of the same image. The seated man at far left is Standing Bear, an Omaha sub-chief. To his left is Yellow Smoke. The seated figure with the bear claw necklace is White Horse. > Item Details
Set of Silver Gelatins of a Winnebago Couple,
Lot # 979 - Set of Silver Gelatins of a Winnebago Couple,
mounted on board, each 5.625" x 3.875", with Kozy Studio, Sioux City, IA. imprint. One view showing the couple dressed in Euro-American clothing, the other in native attire typical of the time period. The young man is wearing a Winnebago-style breech cloth and bandolier bag as well as Sioux-style le... > Item Details
Gathering of CDVs of Eastern Theater Union Generals,
Lot # 506 - Gathering of CDVs of Eastern Theater Union Generals,
lot of 13, issued as cabinet cards by Huntington and Taylor in the late 19th century, printed directly from the Brady/Anthony negatives, most with period ink identification on verso. The block of eastern major generals include two different views of Edward B. Fowler, Irvin McDowell, cavalry Brigadie... > Item Details
Group of Early Stereoviews Including Political Rally,
Lot # 1285 - Group of Early Stereoviews Including Political Rally,
lot of six, includes three anonymous ca 3.5" x 7" flat cards with arch top views, including a view with period inked manuscript title on reverse No.641 Harpers Ferry showing the town and railroad bridge from Virginia side of the river, PLUS two anonymous views with period inked titles on reverse Cou... > Item Details
Joel E. Whitney CDV of Standing Buffalo (<i>Tatanka Najin</i>), Sisseton Dakota Chief,
Lot # 55 - Joel E. Whitney CDV of Standing Buffalo (Tatanka Najin), Sisseton Dakota Chief,
with his St. Paul, Minn. imprint, 1858, but with copyright date of 1862 on the re-issued card. Erroneous ink inscription, verso: Executed at Mankato, Minn., Dec. 26, 1862. Standing Buffalo kept most of his people out of the 1862 war in Minnesota by moving onto the adjacent Coteau des Prairies of eas... > Item Details
Silver Gelatin of Cheyenne Indians on Horseback,
Lot # 926 - Silver Gelatin of Cheyenne Indians on Horseback,
3.125" x 5.25", photographer unknown. A group of Cheyenne Indians, all mounted on horseback and most wearing eagle feather bonnets. > Item Details
Large Civil War Lithograph, <i>Lee and His Generals</i>,
Lot # 796 - Large Civil War Lithograph, Lee and His Generals,
21" x 29", published by J. Kelly & Sons, New York and Philadelphia, printed by Wm. Robertson, New York, scene showing 19 of Lee's top generals in a line with Lee in center and military camp in background, each identified along lower margin, matted and framed, 27.5" x 35". > Item Details
Civil War Archive of Cyrenus R. Stickle, 1st N.Y. Engineers Regiment, Co. I,
Lot # 562 - Civil War Archive of Cyrenus R. Stickle, 1st N.Y. Engineers Regiment, Co. I,
three pocket diaries in pencil dated 1861 November-1862 June; 1863 March-December; and 1864 January-December, GAR cuff and collar box. Cyrenus Stickle enlisted in the 1st N.Y. Engineers in November 1861 under the command of Col. Edward Serrell, a regiment perhaps less well-known than the 50th Engine... > Item Details
Fine Illustrated <i>Uncle Tom's Cabin</i> Play Broadside,
Lot # 618 - Fine Illustrated Uncle Tom's Cabin Play Broadside,
9" x 23.5" with bold heading reading Coming Soon! Parsons & Pool's Original Uncle Tom's Cabin and Tennessee Jubilee Singers..., n.d., n.p., with several vignette scenes from play, framed, 10.5" x 24.75". > Item Details
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
Cabinet Card of Mounted Cowboy with Drawn Revolvers,
Lot # 992 - Cabinet Card of Mounted Cowboy with Drawn Revolvers,
fine Western portrait of middle-aged cowboy mounted on his horse, wearing fringed sheep skin chaps, holster belt, striped shirt and broad brimmed hat, with two drawn revolvers in hands, two other horses in scene and primitive log and clapboard compound in background. Imprint of The Wilson Studio Chi... > Item Details
1862 London, Ky., Will with Slaves,
Lot # 1112 - 1862 London, Ky., Will with Slaves,
2pp handwritten document written and signed by George Engleheart in regard to the liquidation of his estate and slaves, to his dear friend Elizabeth Smith and his loved ones, 7.5" x 9.5" > Item Details
Wooden Patent Models, <i>Rider Rotary Engine & Smith Rocking Grate Bars</i>,
Lot # 716 - Wooden Patent Models, Rider Rotary Engine & Smith Rocking Grate Bars,
lot of two, both with partially printed Patent Office tags, includes A.K. Rider/Rotary Engines./Patented Dec. 17th/1864, with Rundle Collection tag lot 759, turned and painted wood and steel screws, 9" x 6" x 6.5" high, AND second with partially printed Patent Office tags, includes Jas. Jones/Roches... > Item Details
CDV of Brigadier General Lysander Cutler,
Lot # 508 - CDV of Brigadier General Lysander Cutler,
a vignette with double Brady imprint, inked L Cutler beneath portrait not confirmed as being in Cutler's hand. First colonel of the 6th Wisconsin in the famed "Iron Brigade," Cutler was severely wounded at the second battle of Bull Run before assuming brigade command with a star retroactive to Novem... > Item Details
Small Hand-Wrought Iron Branding Iron, Reputedly Used on Slaves,
Lot # 1121 - Small Hand-Wrought Iron Branding Iron, Reputedly Used on Slaves,
unquestionably a 19th-century piece with original hand-hewn wood handle with wonderful old patina, iron has twist shaft with V shaped branding head, 1.8" high, total length 20.2". > Item Details
Pray Family Archive, Minnesota,
Lot # 837 - Pray Family Archive, Minnesota,
the archive includes a commission signed by the Minnesota Governor Alexander Ramsey, appointing Otis A. Pray Captain of Co. G, 33rd Minnesota Volunteer Militia, in 1862, signed lower right by the governor, 11.5" x 15", PLUS an anonymous CDV of Otis with 2 cent Internal revenue stamp on reverse, PLUS... > Item Details
Archive with Signature of Moravian Potter <i>Rudolph Christ</i>,
Lot # 653 - Archive with Signature of Moravian Potter Rudolph Christ,
lot of three items. Includes ANS by Rudolph Christ, 4.5" x 7.5", Salem, N.C., May 17, 1797. In total: Mr. Thomas Ellmore, Please to pay unto Sam Thomas the Bearer here of one and one half Silver Dollars, it being the sum for which you are indebted to me, and in so doing this shall be your receit [si... > Item Details
G.W. Parsons Cabinet Card of Young Osage Men,
Lot # 132 - G.W. Parsons Cabinet Card of Young Osage Men,
with Pawhuska, Ind. Ty. imprint, ca 1895. Ink inscription, verso: Kah-he-gra-in-hah, probably the name of the man at left. > Item Details
Silver Gelatin of Two Nez Perce Girls,
Lot # 973 - Silver Gelatin of Two Nez Perce Girls,
print mounted on board, 3.875" x 2.75". Photographer unknown. The young lady on the left wears a cloth dress with a heavily beaded yoke, the other dress is decorated with cowrie shells. Three corn husk bags rest on the ground in this typical pose. > Item Details
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