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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print mounted on board, 6.75" x 9", with blindstamp of Moore, Tole… on right corner, recto. The photo no doubt taken in Toledo, Iowa, just north of the Mesquakie settlement in Tama. A note on the reverse makes reference to the book, The Last of the Musquakies [sic] and the Indian Council of 1898 by ... > Item Details
Drake and Drake Clothes Line Reel and Davidson Clothes Tongs Patent Models,
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Photographs of Northern Plain Indians,
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African American Figural Glass Decanter,
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CDV of Spotted Hawk, Miniconjou Lakota,
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Manuscript Signed by Phillip IV of Spain Authorizing the Use of Negro Slaves,
Lot # 1104 - Manuscript Signed by Phillip IV of Spain Authorizing the Use of Negro Slaves,
ca 17th century, 1p partially printed manuscript written to the Viceroy of Mexico, requesting the permission to take armed negro slaves as escort guards. Includes a stamped royal seal, written in Spanish, 8.5" x 12". > Item Details
Two CDVs of an Ottawa Mother and Daughter,
Lot # 28 - Two CDVs of an Ottawa Mother and Daughter,
with Kirby & McHolland, Ottawa, Kansas imprint, ca 1867. Pencil inscriptions below images: Mrs. Schuyler and Lucinda Schuyler. On one card the Kirby & has been lined out in ink. > Item Details
S.J. Morrow Stereoview of the <i>1st & 2nd Chiefs of the Mandans, Fort Berthold, Dakota</i>,
Lot # 239 - S.J. Morrow Stereoview of the 1st & 2nd Chiefs of the Mandans, Fort Berthold, Dakota,
with Yankton, Dakota imprint, ca 1870, on ocher mount. Title is printed below the image. The Mandan Head Chief Red Buffalo Cow is at the left, with Rushing War Eagle (or Charging Eagle), his "war chief" and village police chief beside him. Part of the log palisade surrounding Like-a-Fishhook Village... > Item Details
Half Plate Daguerreotype of Sisters,
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anonymous charming portrait of a young mother and her daughter, in original seals and housed in geometric embossed paper covered case. > Item Details
Photograph of 1919 Integrated School Group With Flags,
Lot # 1145 - Photograph of 1919 Integrated School Group With Flags,
an 8" x 10" early silver print on slightly larger original card stock showing an integrated school class, wonderful photo with 35 children, about half Caucasian, half African American and one Asian, likely Chinese based on her dress, with Caucasian lady teacher. Besides being integrated, a rarity in... > Item Details
S.J. Morrow Stereoview of <i>Indian Wick-Up at  Custer Battlefield
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with Yankton, D.T. imprint, ca 1879, on ocher mount. Title appears as pasted label, verso. The pile of rocks seen within this dome-shaped structure of willow saplings reveals its purpose: it is a sweatlodge; and this is the earliest photograph ever made of one. The large rocks, now long cooled, are ... > Item Details
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Two Civil War Discharges Plus,
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includes a discharge of James Hathaway, 120 U.S.C.I., 8" x 10" framed, PLUS 12" x 16" discharge of Second Lt. Walter Doyle, 136th Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry, with printed Lincoln and Stanton signatures, AND a partially printed receipt from a lieutenant in Co. E, 65th Indiana Volunteer Infan... > Item Details
WWI British Pilots Log Book Trainer of U.S. and Other Allied Pilots,
Lot # 1042 - WWI British Pilots Log Book Trainer of U.S. and Other Allied Pilots,
lot of six, includes Lt. H.W. Arnott’s Royal Flying Corps, graduation certificate dated May 17, 1918, from Central Flying School Upavon, Wilts. All Royal Flying Corps have been crossed out with Royal Air Force stamped and manuscript replacements, 6.75" x 8.25". Also his Training Brigade Transfer Car... > Item Details
Cabinet Card of Two Comanche Men,
Lot # 950 - Cabinet Card of Two Comanche Men,
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W.R. Cross Cabinet Card of <i>Steps</i>, Pitt Rivers (California),
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triple-amputee who grew up as a Yakama captive, and later lived with the Sioux Chief, Sitting Bull. Image was taken at Fort Randall, D.T., January 1882, and mounted on Bailey, Dix & Mead card stock, a consortium of Fort Randall traders who marketed a series of 24 photos made by Cross. These are list... > Item Details
Alexander Dumas ALS,
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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
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