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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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
1839 London, Ky., Will with Slaves,
Lot # 1113 - 1839 London, Ky., Will with Slaves,
4pp handwritten document, written and signed by a William Menefee in regard to the liquidation of his estate and slaves amongst his family, written on October 31, 1839, 7.75" x 12.75". > 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
Silver Gelatin of Cheyenne Indians on Horseback,
Lot # 926 - Silver Gelatin of Cheyenne Indians on Horseback,
3.125" x 5.25", photographer unknown. A group of Cheyenne Indians, all mounted on horseback and most wearing eagle feather bonnets. > Item Details
Panoramic Photograph of U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, 1912,
Lot # 987 - Panoramic Photograph of U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, 1912,
9" x 55.5", framed, 10.5" x 57", titled and signed in negative #9924 Atlantic Fleet Camp Jan. 1912 U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Photo By Harris Bros. Co. Havana. > Item Details
Four Civil War Song Sheets and Map of Richmond,
Lot # 846 - Four Civil War Song Sheets and Map of Richmond,
includes a song sheet entitled Cruelty To Our Union Prisoners While in Dixie's Sunny Land. with illustrated heading of a charging elephant wearing cavalry boots with cover of U.S. eagle and holding blank banner in trunk, marked along lower margin Johnson, Song Publisher, 7 North Tenth St, Philada., ... > Item Details
Autographed Clara Barton 1867 Handbill,
Lot # 841 - Autographed Clara Barton 1867 Handbill,
a 6" x 9" handbill autographed in upper right corner in period pencil Yours/Clara Barton, and autographed also by the second listed speaker Dorence Atwater lower right corner. This handbill announces a lecture given by Barton on May 29, 1867, entitled Work and Incidents of Army Life, at American Ha... > Item Details
CDV of Lakota Family with Tipi and Horses,
Lot # 260 - CDV of Lakota Family with Tipi and Horses,
lacking a maker's imprint, early 1870s. The man at the right wears a large, nickel-silver "cloud pectoral" ornament on his upper chest. > Item Details
Three Letters Signed by Albert Gallatin, Thaddeus Stevens and William H. Crawford,
Lot # 623 - Three Letters Signed by Albert Gallatin, Thaddeus Stevens and William H. Crawford,
including: ANS by Albert Gallatin, 1p, [Washington] Treasury Department, April 15, 1812, regarding a request to send a vessel to Havana to bring home his funds. Albert Gallatin (1761-1849) was a Swiss-born politician who would become one of the longest-serving Secretaries of the Treasury after servi... > Item Details
Five Early Government & History Books on the United States,
Lot # 1307 - Five Early Government & History Books on the United States,
titles include 1st Sherman A Memorial in Art, Oratory, and Literature by the Society of the Army of the Tennessee with the aid of the Congress of the United States of America, edited by Col. Thomas W. Symons and DeB. Randolph Keim, 1904, GPO, large 8vo in marbled boards with tape repaired spine, mar... > Item Details
Bronzed Bust of Beardless Lincoln by Volk,
Lot # 1214 - Bronzed Bust of Beardless Lincoln by Volk,
plaster cast with white marbleized base, marked on back Abraham Lincoln/Modeled From life/By/Leonard W. Volk/Chicago 1860, 13" high. Likely mid-20th century. > Item Details
Rare Photographs of Plenty Horses, the Murderer of Lt. Casey at Wounded Knee,
Lot # 354 - Rare Photographs of Plenty Horses, the Murderer of Lt. Casey at Wounded Knee,
two images mounted on cabinet card stock, one showing Plenty Horses standing next to a Hotchkiss gun with his guard to the right holding rifle with fixed bayonet, post buildings in background, the second image taken at the same time shows Plenty Horses flanked by three soldiers, again next to a Hotc... > Item Details
Important Revolutionary War Benedict Arnold Woodcut,
Lot # 484 - Important Revolutionary War Benedict Arnold Woodcut,
A Representation of the figures exhibited and paraded through the streets of Philadelphia, on Saturday, the 30th of September 1780. Framed and glazed with just under 8" x 12" visible. Evans [16959] presumes the broadside to be printed by Dunlap in Philadelphia, and his description of it is a bit ske... > Item Details
CDV Photo Album with Union & Confederate Images,
Lot # 770 - CDV Photo Album with Union & Confederate Images,
with about 70 CDV cards, includes four of Union soldiers, all unidentified, two are officers and two of enlisted men, one of the enlisted men is a tintype of two young soldiers wearing shell jackets with piping down the front and around collars, one officer with sword and rig, most of the images in ... > Item Details
<i>The Black Phalanx...</i>,
Lot # 852 - The Black Phalanx...,
A History of the Negro Soldiers of the United States in the Wars of 1775-1812, 1861-65 by Joseph T. Wilson, 1890, American Publishing co., Hartford, Ct., small 8vo in embossed red cloth with gilt highlights, 528pp. > Item Details
Cabinet Card of Three Sioux Indians,
Lot # 899 - Cabinet Card of Three Sioux Indians,
photographer unknown. The woman is wearing a classic wool cloth dress decorated with rows of dentalium shells, a bone hair pipe necklace, beaded leggings and moccasins. The pendant of her concho belt is visible below the bottom edge of a Navajo chief's pattern blanket. > Item Details
Karl Bodmer Aquatint Engraving: Tab.  22, <i>Fac Simile of an Indian Painting</i>,
Lot # 329 - Karl Bodmer Aquatint Engraving: Tab. 22, Fac Simile of an Indian Painting,
with Bodmer's blindstamp, published by Ackermann & Co. 96 Strand, January 1839, 17.25" x 23.75". This engraving is a facsimile of a watercolor painted by Four Bears (Mato Tope), an important Mandan leader and warrior. John Ewers maintains that, most likely, Four Bears was the first named Indian arti... > 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
Partially Printed Document Signed by B.K. Bruce, 1st African American Post-Civil War Full-Term Senator,
Lot # 1142 - Partially Printed Document Signed by B.K. Bruce, 1st African American Post-Civil War Full-Term Senator,
partially printed indenture dated Aug. 6, 1890, Washington, D.C., and signed as recorder by Bruce.Blanche Kelso Bruce, the son of a slave and a white plantation owner, was the first African American to serve a full term in the U.S. Senate. Bruce was born into slavery in Virginia, but escaped at the ... > Item Details
Gold Knobbed Capt. S.B. Mead Presentation Cane,
Lot # 586 - Gold Knobbed Capt. S.B. Mead Presentation Cane,
tau form gold handle marked with lion head over Lyon/Maker and engraved on left side Capt. S.B. Mead/From H.V.M. Continentals/Fulton, N.Y./1888 and mounted on ebony tapered shaft with 1" brass ferrule, total length 35.25".This cane was likely presented to Capt. Sidney Mead was commissioned into Co. ... > Item Details
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