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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Fine Uniformed Early Robert E. Lee Tintype,
Lot # 510 - Fine Uniformed Early Robert E. Lee Tintype,
2" x 2.25", rarely found in a tintype version, shoulder-length portrait of a very young Robert E. Lee, inscribed on front, Sept. 23 1860, Gen. R.E. Lee. > Item Details
Pamphlet Entitled <i>Narrative of Henry Watson a Fugitive Slave</i>,
Lot # 1169 - Pamphlet Entitled Narrative of Henry Watson a Fugitive Slave,
12mo pamphlet in illustrated wraps of the above title, by Henry Watson, 1848, Boston, published by Bela. > Item Details
Karl Bodmer Aquatint Engraving: Tab. 34 & 35, <i>Remarkable Hills on the Upper Missouri</i>,
Lot # 333 - Karl Bodmer Aquatint Engraving: Tab. 34 & 35, Remarkable Hills on the Upper Missouri,
both with Bodmer's blindstamp, published by Ackermann & Co. 96 Strand. Tab. 34 with date, May 1839 and Tab. 35 with date, November 1839. Both prints with The Litchfield Historical Society sticker on reverse, both 17.25" x 23.75". > Item Details
Civil War Letter from a 124th Illinois Hospital Ward,
Lot # 813 - Civil War Letter from a 124th Illinois Hospital Ward,
single folded letter sheet written by Charles B. Allaire, Co. H 124th Ill. Infantry Hospital Steward, dated Feb. 9, 1863, interesting four-page letter written to an unnamed doctor detailing his early army life, discusses his impending deployment to Vicksburg, Lincoln's call for 600,000 more voluntee... > Item Details
1850 Georgia Schedule of Slaves Belonging to Three Men,
Lot # 1096 - 1850 Georgia Schedule of Slaves Belonging to Three Men,
partially printed state document on 12.75" x 18" page listing the age, sex and color of all slaves belonging to Daniel Rant (39 slaves); D. Rant (12 slaves); and J. Coachman (33 slaves). > Item Details
Fine Albumen Photograph of a Western 12 Team Freight Wagon,
Lot # 999 - Fine Albumen Photograph of a Western 12 Team Freight Wagon,
includes five men, with one cowboy leaning against a spoke wheel in his chaps and hat, another mounted on one of the many mules. To the left, an unknown building and behind, two stocked wagons fully tarped and filled with supplies, 8" x 10". > Item Details
Medium Folio N. Currier, <i>Death of Tecumseh</i> and Kellogg, <i>Pocahontas Saving the Life of Captain John Smith</i>,
Lot # 742 - Medium Folio N. Currier, Death of Tecumseh and Kellogg, Pocahontas Saving the Life of Captain John Smith,
both 11" x 14", matted and framed, 16.75" x 21.75", including Death of Tecumseh, by N. Currier, dated 1846, AND Pocahontas Saving the Life of Captain John Smith, by E.C. Kellogg. > Item Details
TwoTintypes of Union Soldiers,
Lot # 780 - TwoTintypes of Union Soldiers,
both of young enlisted men, mounted in full cases. > Item Details
Andrew Jackson Presidential Appointment for 2nd Lt. Robert H. Whiteley, 2nd U.S. Artillery,
Lot # 640 - Andrew Jackson Presidential Appointment for 2nd Lt. Robert H. Whiteley, 2nd U.S. Artillery,
the first of five Presidential signed commissions documenting the 49-year military career of Brevet Brigadier General Robert Henry Kirkwood Whiteley (1809-1896), a 1830 graduate of the USMA and U.S. Ordnance Department officer. Dating between 1830 and 1863, two of the commissions are signed by Andre... > Item Details
Four Enameled GAR Badges, Major Through Colonel,
Lot # 855 - Four Enameled GAR Badges, Major Through Colonel,
all are standard cast bronze five-pointed star GAR medals with U.S. national flag silk ribbons, includes two different bar form oak leaf cluster pinbacks, one on enameled white ground and one on enameled black ground, PLUS third oak leaf cluster bar on enameled red ground with bronze spread-winged e... > Item Details
Cabinet Card of Sioux Couple,
Lot # 273 - Cabinet Card of Sioux Couple,
with Rhodes & Corder, Afton, Iowa imprint, 1890s. > 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
Five Views of San Carlos Apaches at Fort Stanton, N.M.,
Lot # 208 - Five Views of San Carlos Apaches at Fort Stanton, N.M.,
all 8.5" x 6.5" on cream colored mounts by anonymous photographer, each view being captioned in the plate. An outdoor group shot showing 15 uniformed scouts listening to a white officer is titled News of the Apache Kid. Two photographs are scout portraits captioned, Nancez Scout/San Carlos Apache, a... > Item Details
Silver Capped Relic Cane <i>From Cedar Mountain Battlefield</i>,
Lot # 577 - Silver Capped Relic Cane From Cedar Mountain Battlefield,
with coin silver cap engraved as above, mounted on tapered hardwood shaft with 2.5" brass and steel ferrule, total length 37.25". > Item Details
Official Atlas of the Civil War,
Lot # 569 - Official Atlas of the Civil War,
Atlas To Accompany The Official Records of the Union And Confederate Armies, Editor Daniel S. Lamont, GPO, Washington, 1891-95. This group includes the index, 29pp, PLUS the following map folios, all 18.5" x 29.5" with central folds: Vols. 1-28 with index and a few loose maps that go with these foli... > Item Details
J.H. Hamilton Stereoview of Red Thunder (<i>Wakinyan Duta</i>) and Yellow Eagle (<i>Wanbdi Zi</i>), Upper Yanktonai Sioux,
Lot # 279 - J.H. Hamilton Stereoview of Red Thunder (Wakinyan Duta) and Yellow Eagle (Wanbdi Zi), Upper Yanktonai Sioux,
lacking a maker's imprint, but known to be the work of J.H. Hamilton, Sioux City, Iowa, ca 1872, on light green mount. The largest delegations of Sioux leaders ever taken to the national Capitol passed through Sioux City in 1872. Hamilton photographed most of these delegates either going to, or comi... > Item Details
Splendid 84th Illinois Infantry CDV Album,
Lot # 521 - Splendid 84th Illinois Infantry CDV Album,
a massive collection of wartime photography comprising 61 related military subjects, two 7.5" x 5.75" outdoor group albumens tipped in the front and back, with 15 sundry civilian CDVs in 7" x 9" blue-green leather album. The owner is unknown but could have been either an officer or enlisted man as ... > Item Details
Drawing of an Indian by Geronimo, Done at the Pan-American Expo,
Lot # 319 - Drawing of an Indian by Geronimo, Done at the Pan-American Expo,
pencil and pink crayon of an Apache warrior with autograph along left margin, on a blank 3.3" x 4" playing card type stock. Framed with five Pan-American Souvenir tickets and with engraved brass plaque reading Geronimo drew this picture of himself and sold it to my father David Z. Swan in the Indian... > Item Details
Scarce Cabinet Card of George Eastman's Operator, S.D. Wardlaw,
Lot # 728 - Scarce Cabinet Card of George Eastman's Operator, S.D. Wardlaw,
seated at a desk or library table and reading a book, a pamphlet on photography resting on table top and second at his feet, with imprint of Proving Department Eastman Dry Plate Co., S.D. Wardlaw, Operator, and pencil inscription reading This belongs to my wife so please return it is the only one sh... > 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
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