Lot 686    

Tintype CDV of Mary Todd Lincoln,
2008, Spring Historic Americana, June 5 & 6, 2008
in paper CDV mount with imprint of Geo. W. Godfrey & Co. Sunbeam Gallery, Rochester, N.Y.

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Ten Civil War Documents, Including U.S.C.T.,
Lot # 826 - Ten Civil War Documents, Including U.S.C.T.,
lot of 10, includes both partially printed and full manuscript documents, including 1st U.S.C.T. list of equipment transferred to the troop, Hatteras Inlet, 6/21/1863, manuscript on lined letter sheet, 7.75" x 10.75", PLUS 2nd manuscript on 7.75" x 9.75" plain letter sheet headed Head Quarters 14th ... > Item Details
W.R. Cross CDV of <i>Spotted Tail's Girls</i>, Brule Lakota,
Lot # 248 - W.R. Cross CDV of Spotted Tail's Girls, Brule Lakota,
with Norfolk & Niobrara, Neb. imprint and ...Stereoscopic Views and Card Pictures from New Spotted Tail Agency..., early 1870s. Title appears as pencil inscription, recto. On later prints of this view issued in cabinet card format with an advertising back-list, Cross's amended title for this picture... > Item Details
S.J. Morrow Stereoview of <i>1st & 2nd Chiefs of the Gros Ventres</i>,
Lot # 240 - S.J. Morrow Stereoview of 1st & 2nd Chiefs of the Gros Ventres,
with Yankton, Dakota imprint, ca 1870, on ocher mount. Title appears as ink inscription below the image. Gros Ventres (Big Bellies), connoting well-fed, hence expert hunters, was the name French traders gave to the Hidatsa tribe in the 18th century. When photographed by Morrow, they had lived for ne... > Item Details
1890 Major League Baseball Schedule,
Lot # 1322 - 1890 Major League Baseball Schedule,
a scarce 24mo 10pp illustrated light card stock wrap with staple binding Enquirer Baseball League Schedule. Includes an illustration of two baseball players and an umpire on the cover. Within, an unmarked Cincinnatis At Home and Cincinnatis Abroad, Bostons At Home, Chicagos At Home, New Yorks At Hom... > Item Details
Three 1940s Cincinnati Reds World Series Tickets, Crosley Field,
Lot # 1325 - Three 1940s Cincinnati Reds World Series Tickets, Crosley Field,
each with an illustrated two part stub, all including: 1940 World Championship Games Crosley Field Cincinnati, Ohio National League vs American League All with the original marked price of $5.65. Two of the tickets are for game six and are assigned to Sec. 18, Row 0, Seat 11 & 12, tinted in green. T... > Item Details
Wm. Boen, <i>Anecdotes and Memoirs of William Boen A Colored Man...</i>, 1834,
Lot # 1140 - Wm. Boen, Anecdotes and Memoirs of William Boen A Colored Man..., 1834,
full title reading Anecdotes and Memoirs of William Boen, A Colored Man, Who Lived and Died Near Mount Holly, New Jersey. To Which is Added, The Testimony of Friends of Mount Holly. Monthly meeting concerning him., printed by John Richards, 1834, Philadelphia, 12mo in green paper wraps, 18pp. An acc... > Item Details
Lot of Five Revolutionary War Pay Documents,
Lot # 739 - Lot of Five Revolutionary War Pay Documents,
includes two ca 3.5" x 7" scrapes of laid paper, both statements of proof of service in the Continental Army for Johnson Cooks of Worthingford, served with Col. Meggs' regiment, dated 1781, PLUS 2nd is a partially printed document on 7.25" x 6.5" laid paper dated Hartford Feby. 20th 1781 again for t... > Item Details
Three Early 20th Century Photographs of Indians,
Lot # 918 - Three Early 20th Century Photographs of Indians,
includes a ca 1890-1900 real photo postcard of a Northern Plains Indian holding his catlinite pie with a wonderful beaded and quilled pipe bag, PLUS a 2nd real photo postcard, ca 1920s of a group of Northern Plains Indians in eagle feather bonnets and full regalia and a group of Caucasians in wester... > Item Details
Portrait of Irish Patriot Charles Stewart Parnell by Samuel Frost Johnson (American, b. 1835),
Lot # 696 - Portrait of Irish Patriot Charles Stewart Parnell by Samuel Frost Johnson (American, b. 1835),
oil on canvas, signed within the lower rim of oval portrait, and flanked by a pair of flags with an eagle atop, 24" x 29.5" (unframed).Charles Stewart Parnell (1846-1891) was an Irish Protestant landowner, nationalist political leader, land reform agitator, Home Rule MP in the Parliament of the Unit... > Item Details
Four Later Fine Bronze GAR Representative Badges,
Lot # 861 - Four Later Fine Bronze GAR Representative Badges,
all with brass or bronze four-part medal with golden silk ribbon backing, (two with second red, white and blue ribbon behind) pinbacks are the standard bronze spread-winged eagle clutching crossed cannon with saber and stacked cannon balls with attached bar below with Representative, or GAR Represen... > Item Details
Sixth Plate Tintype of Armed Union Officer,
Lot # 779 - Sixth Plate Tintype of Armed Union Officer,
seated with his M1850 foot officers sword, eight button frock coat, eagle belt plate and kepi with gold highlights, mounted in brown Union case with crossed cannon, flags and liberty cap on pike flanked by U.S. flags and shields. > 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
<i>Grand Chief of the Sioux</i> by Biddle,
Lot # 345 - Grand Chief of the Sioux by Biddle,
from McKenney and Hall, History of the Indian Tribes of North America. Hand-colored lithograph, 13.75" x 20", of Wa-Na-Ta: The Charger. Grand Chief of the Sioux. With Biddle's Philadelphia imprint and 1837 copyright statement. Matted. Includes biography pages for Wanata. The McKenney and Hall endeav... > Item Details
Civil War CDV of a Possible Confederate,
Lot # 761 - Civil War CDV of a Possible Confederate,
unidentified, with imprint of T.F. Saltsman, Nashville. Ostensibly, a private soldier uniformed in a light colored frock coat with high-dome buttons and darker standing collar. The albumen also appears to be a period copyshot and not from life. > Item Details
Boudoir Photograph of the Graves of U.S. Soldiers Killed at the Battle of Wounded Knee,
Lot # 351 - Boudoir Photograph of the Graves of U.S. Soldiers Killed at the Battle of Wounded Knee,
entitled in negative 754. Graves of Soldiers who were killed at battle of Wounded Knee, Dec. 29th, 1890, Pine Ridge Agency, S.D., 30 in number., showing recently mounded earth, graves with wooden grave markers, marked with numbers, all surrounded by a broken split rail fence, archivally matted and f... > Item Details
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court John Marshall Autograph Letter Signed,
Lot # 635 - Chief Justice of the Supreme Court John Marshall Autograph Letter Signed,
on single folded letter sheet addressed to Fairfield Enquirer Editor N. Am. Magazine Philadelphia with Richmond, Va., postal stamp. The letter explains the reason his payment for his subscription has been late and sends a check for $5 to paid in full the amount due and advises the editor that he wil... > Item Details
Scarce Civil War Newspaper Announcing the End of the Civil War,
Lot # 568 - Scarce Civil War Newspaper Announcing the End of the Civil War,
complete original eight-page newspaper, the New York Times, dated April 10, 1865. Prominent front page headlines: Union / Victory ! / Peace ! / Surrender of General Lee and His Whole Army. The end of the Civil War with the printing of the entire correspondence between Lee and Grant. Very displayable... > Item Details
John C. McRae Engraving of Lincoln,
Lot # 1217 - John C. McRae Engraving of Lincoln,
11" x 14" in fine old frame, 15.5" x 18.5" with oval of Lincoln surrounded with vignettes of his life and death with each scene titled, marked lower center Engraved & Published By John C. McRae, 105 Cedar St. New York. > Item Details
Two CDVs River Valley & Cincinnati Fountain,
Lot # 1276 - Two CDVs River Valley & Cincinnati Fountain,
includes a fine photograph of Cincinnati's Taylor Davidson Fountain with imprint of J.H. Hoover, Cincinnati, dated 1871, AND anonymous CDV of a rural scene with farmsteads and a waterfalls taken from above, an unusual point to take a falls image, but quite effective, cliffs cut by river in backgroun... > Item Details
Jim Crow Broadside for Texas and Louisiana,
Lot # 1161 - Jim Crow Broadside for Texas and Louisiana,
12" x 15" with bold heading Separate Coach Laws Of Texas And Louisiana, dealing with railway coaches and the separation of the races, with extensive text from each state legislature outlining the new laws. > Item Details
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