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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S.J. Morrow Stereoview of <i>A-kitchi-ta Chi-ga, Sitting Soldier</i>, Sioux,
Lot # 298 - S.J. Morrow Stereoview of A-kitchi-ta Chi-ga, Sitting Soldier, Sioux,
with Yankton, Dakota imprint, ca 1870, on ocher mount. Title appears as printed caption below image, with sequential number 51. Morrow's interpreter mistranslated the Lakota name. "Chi-ga," contracted from chik'ala, actually means "little." Morrow posed him in "war attitude," with an arrow on the st... > Item Details
Cabinet Photograph of Hard Rock Mining,
Lot # 1004 - Cabinet Photograph of Hard Rock Mining,
an interesting mining silver print, 5" x 8" on original grey card stock mount, 8" x 10" showing 11 miners in open pit filling hopper cars with ore. The hooper cars run on temporary rail tracks with turn table to get the filled cars to the incline, beside which is a wooden set of steps, one car is be... > Item Details
Three Colorado Boudoir Cards by  Alexander Martin,
Lot # 1000 - Three Colorado Boudoir Cards by Alexander Martin,
including a view of three workers leading a team of burros up a mountainside, each burro carrying an exceptionally large load of lumber. Marked Jack T[rain]? on lower left margin, PLUS a fine view of five well-dressed men and women viewed in front of an unknown stone building perched on a rocky hill... > Item Details
Scarce <i>Cox/Roosevelt</i> Chromolithographed Card Stock Pop-Gun,
Lot # 1240 - Scarce Cox/Roosevelt Chromolithographed Card Stock Pop-Gun,
about 6" x 8", chromolithographed on heavy paper, copyright 1920, Spots Spec. Co., Lexington, Ky., instructions on handle; in middle Aim Straight/At/Whalen & Noonan/For Bargains/Cohoes New York. On the front edge: Popping Away For Cox And Roosevelt and Fire Your Orders/at Us!...We'll/Shoot Back Goo... > Item Details
Four Norman Rockwell WWII Posters, Including <i>Freedom From Want</i>,
Lot # 1048 - Four Norman Rockwell WWII Posters, Including Freedom From Want,
1943; with titles: Ours To Fight For Freedom From Want, Save Freedom of Worship/ Buy War Bonds, Ours to Fight For/ Freedom from Fear and Save Freedom of Speech/ Buy War Bonds. Each with pasted U.S. Office of War Administration label at margins. Each title in half sheet, 40" x 28.25". > 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
Cabinet Card of <i>Martha Campbell, George Antelope, Minona Antelope,</i>
Lot # 921 - Cabinet Card of Martha Campbell, George Antelope, Minona Antelope,
Cheyennes, with imprint of Stevenson Art Studio, El Reno, Ok. Ter. The two girls are similarly attired in cloth dresses and shawls, each wearing a conch belt and moccasins. > Item Details
The <i>Southern Prisons or Josie the Heroine of Lorence</i>,
Lot # 848 - The Southern Prisons or Josie the Heroine of Lorence,
demy octavo, 506pp bound in blue cloth boards and guilt spine. Entitled Four Years of Battle and Imprisonment./A complete History of all Southern Prisons, including a collection of 17 illustrations, written by Morgan E. Dowling and signed Compliments of M.E. Dowling on front endpaper. Published by W... > Item Details
Dana B. Chase Boudoir Card of <i>Governor of San Ildefonso</i>,
Lot # 201 - Dana B. Chase Boudoir Card of Governor of San Ildefonso,
with Santa Fe, New Mexico imprint, ca 1895. The back-card carries a printed advertisement for the Santa Fe Southern Railway, and the Denver & Rio Grande R.R. > Item Details
Early African American Folk Art Pot Holder,
Lot # 1154 - Early African American Folk Art Pot Holder,
woven with needlepoint figures of an African American lady and Gentleman dancing with white seed bead eyes, with We's Free below, trimmed in red, 6" x 7", framed, pressure mounted, 9.5" x 11". AUCTIONEERS NOTE; after removing item from frame, discovered it to be a pot holder rather then a handbag. > Item Details
Silver Gelatin of Assembly, Pawnee Warriors,
Lot # 940 - Silver Gelatin of Assembly, Pawnee Warriors,
mounted on card stock, 5" x 7". Photographer unknown. Pawnee Bill at far right in picture noted verso. Members of the troupe are mounted on horseback and striped tents can be noted in the background. > Item Details
Karl Bodmer Aquatint Engraving: Vig. XXII, <i>Chief of the Cree-Indians</i>,
Lot # 343 - Karl Bodmer Aquatint Engraving: Vig. XXII, Chief of the Cree-Indians,
Mahsette-Kuiuab, 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
S.J. Morrow Stereoview of <i>Winnebago Warriors in Full Costume</i>,
Lot # 27 - S.J. Morrow Stereoview of Winnebago Warriors in Full Costume,
with Yankton, D.T. imprint, ca 1872, on light gray mount. Title is indicated with pencil mark on inventory list printed verso, from numbers 101–184. The young man at left holds a small mirror set into a wooden frame with brass upholstery tacks. The man at right grasps a Colt .44 caliber revolver, pr... > Item Details
Cabinet Card of Southern Cheyenne Warrior,
Lot # 171 - Cabinet Card of Southern Cheyenne Warrior,
lacking a maker's imprint, but probably the work of E.B. Snell, Wellington, Kansas, ca 1885. The headdress of golden eagle feathers has an extra-long trailer of wool trade cloth designed for the panoply of battle, to be worn on horseback, trailing on the breeze. > Item Details
John Tallis & Co. Map Entitled <i>South America</i>,
Lot # 1341 - John Tallis & Co. Map Entitled South America,
12" x 16" with map surrounded by eight colored vignettes, marked lower margin John Tallis & Company, London & New York, framed, 14.75" x 18.75". > Item Details
<i>Sarcee Indians Moving Camp, Calgary, N.W.T.”</i> and <i>Souwanaeshick and His Squaws</i>,
Lot # 982 - Sarcee Indians Moving Camp, Calgary, N.W.T.” and Souwanaeshick and His Squaws,
lot of two, each print mounted on scrapbook pages together with other personal images. Photographer unknown. Sarcee Indians measures 4.25" x 7.75"; Souwanaeshick measures 5.5" x 3.75". The camp on the move includes three horse travois and a dog travois. Souwanaeshick is wearing a loop necklace and c... > Item Details
Lot of Two Sixth Plate Ambrotypes of Armed Yanks,
Lot # 755 - Lot of Two Sixth Plate Ambrotypes of Armed Yanks,
both unidentified. A ruby ambrotype of an early volunteer in a fine gutta percha wall frame. He carries a M1855 musket and wears a kepi with oilcloth cover, his four button sack coat tucked into the trousers. The tintype in patriotic brass mat shows a seated infantry private uniformed in nine button... > Item Details
W.S. Soule Albumen Cabinet Card of <i>Arapaho Camp</i>,
Lot # 182 - W.S. Soule Albumen Cabinet Card of Arapaho Camp,
with his Fort Sill, I.T. imprint, 6.5" x 4.25", ca 1870. Title appears as pencil inscription, verso. This is another view providing important details of the structure by which buffalo hides were pieced together to form a tipi cover. Each tribal group had a distinctive cover pattern and means of asse... > Item Details
Eight CDVs of Civil War Soldiers, Many Identified,
Lot # 765 - Eight CDVs of Civil War Soldiers, Many Identified,
seven have the same period pencil inscription on the reverse reading H P followed by a single digit number, three of these have the imprint of W.H. Furbush, Delaware, Ohio and are identified in period pencil as Dan Gibson, John Jones & Jone Holl, Jone with master sergeant stripes, of the other four ... > Item Details
Wonderful U.S. Patent Model of a Sawmill,
Lot # 710 - Wonderful U.S. Patent Model of a Sawmill,
pine steel and brass with working fly wheels and gears, adjustment to control thickness of sawn planks, currently working, in original old varnish finish, 15" x 8" x 8.5" high. This piece was purchased from the old U.S. Plywood Mill in Mt. Shasta, Calif., by a former employee of Champion Paper when ... > Item Details
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