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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Two Views of Martyr Elmer Ellsworth,
Lot # 764 - Two Views of Martyr Elmer Ellsworth,
issued as cabinet cards by Huntington & Taylor in the late 19th century, printed directly from the Brady/Anthony negatives. Identified on verso in period ink with notation, Killed in the Marshall Hosue Alexandria, VA. Ellsworth became the first martyr of the Civil War when he was killed while tearin... > Item Details
Cabinet Card of a Group of Sioux  Men and Children,
Lot # 897 - Cabinet Card of a Group of Sioux Men and Children,
lot of two. Indians at Carievale, Sask. En route from one reservation to another. Set of two cabinet cards, the photographer identified as W.D. Godson, ca 1902 or 1904 verso. The photos depict a group of Sioux Indians on the expansive plains of Saskatchewan, Canada. One photo is a close-up of four y... > Item Details
1864 Cambridge Handbill Announcing Capture of Atlanta,
Lot # 828 - 1864 Cambridge Handbill Announcing Capture of Atlanta,
boldly printed 4.75" x 5.75" handbill announcing the capture of Atlanta, dated Cambridge, Sept. 3, 1864. > 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
Sixteen Cased Images,
Lot # 1264 - Sixteen Cased Images,
lot of 16 includes the following sixth plate ambrotypes: 1st a ruby ambrotype portrait of a young lady with gilt painted jewelry, housed in a full case, PLUS 2nd portrait of a middle aged lady, again with gold tinted jewelry, in Union half case, PLUS 3rd portrait of young couple in full case, PLUS 4... > Item Details
Large Format Albumen of Union Frigate,
Lot # 788 - Large Format Albumen of Union Frigate,
a 7.5" x 9.5" albumen portrait of a wooden hulled unidentified U.S. Navy Frigate, mounted on original 11" x 14" card stock. > Item Details
Late Indian Wars Shoulder Scales and Hat Device of Gordon Meldrum,
Lot # 383 - Late Indian Wars Shoulder Scales and Hat Device of Gordon Meldrum,
white corduroy shoulder scales with U.S. Army cast shield breasted eagle pinbacks and 1st lieutenant silver bars with domed brass shield breasted eagle buttons, and original brass clips on reverse stamped Nicholls, 5.25" long, AND embroidered metallic thread shield breasted eagle on white felt hat b... > Item Details
Boudoir Card of <i>Young Girl from Isleta Pueblo</i>,
Lot # 199 - Boudoir Card of Young Girl from Isleta Pueblo,
with Cobb, Albuquerque, New Mexico imprint, ca 1900. Title appears as pencil inscription, verso. > Item Details
Karl Bodmer Aquatint Engraving: Tab. 46,  <i>War Chief of the Piekann Indians</i>,
Lot # 339 - Karl Bodmer Aquatint Engraving: Tab. 46, War Chief of the Piekann Indians,
and Chief of the Blood Indians and Koutani Indian, with Bodmer's blindstamp, published by Ackermann & Co. 96 Strand, January 1839. Print with The Litchfield Historical Society sticker on reverse, 17.25" x 23.75" > Item Details
F. Jay Haynes Stereoview of a <i>Crow Indian Burial Ground</i>,
Lot # 216 - F. Jay Haynes Stereoview of a Crow Indian Burial Ground,
with Northern Pacific & Yellowstone Park Scenery, St. Paul, Minn. imprint, ca 1883, on tan mount. A coffin is raised 10 feet off the ground on a scaffold of poles. The location was near the second Crow Agency, on Rosebud Creek, near present Absarokee, in Rosebud County, Montana. Haynes made a series... > Item Details
Boudoir Card of <i>Tay-bo-man's Son, with His Squaw with War Costume</i>,
Lot # 176 - Boudoir Card of Tay-bo-man's Son, with His Squaw with War Costume,
signed in the negative by H.P.R(obinson), ca 1885. A Model 1873 Springfield carbine is grasped in the man's right hand. > Item Details
Carved Antietam Battlefield Relic Cane,
Lot # 571 - Carved Antietam Battlefield Relic Cane,
made from tree cut from battlefield with relief carved spiral inscription along length of tapered shaft reading Memento of the Battle of Antietam Fought Sept. 17' 1862 in original varnish finish, 35.75" long. > Item Details
F. Jay Haynes Stereoview of <i>Sitting Bull's Deserted Tepee - Qu'Appelle</i>, (Saskatchewan),
Lot # 288 - F. Jay Haynes Stereoview of Sitting Bull's Deserted Tepee - Qu'Appelle, (Saskatchewan),
with Fargo, D.T. imprint, July 1881, on pale yellow mount. Following the Battle of Little Bighorn, the Northern Teton Lakota alliance led by Sitting Bull crossed into Canada to seek asylum at Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan. Gradually, various bands of the alliance returned to the United States where th... > Item Details
Scarce Photograph of Frank Little's Funeral, Butte, Mont., Miner's Strike,
Lot # 439 - Scarce Photograph of Frank Little's Funeral, Butte, Mont., Miner's Strike,
7.5" x 9.5" silver print of six young male pallbearers carrying the casket in front of Duggan The Undertaker's store front with casket draped in palm branches and ribbons reading Martyr For, pencil inscription on reverse Aug. 1-1917 Little Funeral Aug 1-17 Butte, Montana.Frank Little was a veteran l... > Item Details
Double-Sided Albumen Boudoir Cards of Oto Religious Leader <i>Wawashi</i>,
Lot # 128 - Double-Sided Albumen Boudoir Cards of Oto Religious Leader Wawashi,
first, 5.5" x 8", unknown photographer, ca 1895. Iowas and Otoes Indians in Council lettered in negative at lower left of image. The Iowa reservation was contiguous with the Oto reservation on the south. Wawashi is seated at center, to the right of the tent pole. The Oto chief George Arkeketa is the... > Item Details
Autographed Copy of Omar Bradley's <i>A Soldiers Story</i>,
Lot # 650 - Autographed Copy of Omar Bradley's A Soldiers Story,
first state, 1951, Henry Holt and Company, New York. Tan cloth binding with Omar N. Bradley ink signature of front endpaper, spine with title and five stars in bright gilt, map of Europe endpapers, photo frontis, 618pp, illus. with maps and charts. Limited edition numbered Copy No. 457 of 750 copies... > 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
1822 Kentucky Estate Bill for Slaves,
Lot # 1108 - 1822 Kentucky Estate Bill for Slaves,
2pp handwritten document in correspondence to the liquidation and settlement of the William Fullalove estate, containing an inventory list of slaves, dated Jan. 18, 1822, in Madison County, 7.5" x 12.25". > 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
Stereograph of Comanche Prisoners Arriving at Fort Marion,
Lot # 147 - Stereograph of Comanche Prisoners Arriving at Fort Marion,
with Wilson & Havens, Savannah, GA imprint, ca May 1875. Chief Black Horse, his wife and daughter are seated at center. White Horse, later recognized as one of the better artists among the prisoners, is the man standing at center, holding a bow and several arrows. > Item Details
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