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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<i>Kodagraphs</i> Album of Idaho Springs by L. Teitzel,
Lot # 1012 - Kodagraphs Album of Idaho Springs by L. Teitzel,
with 26 4" x 5.5" silver gelatin prints mounted on string bound card stock mounts with illustrated cover stamped L. Teitzel Photographer Idaho Springs, Colo. Each image is titled and dated in negative, including some fine railroad views with one of camera set up on the tracks. Album has eight dated ... > Item Details
Scarce D.F. Barry Photograph of Chief Gaul,
Lot # 301 - Scarce D.F. Barry Photograph of Chief Gaul,
a 5.5" x 10.5" photograph, rarely seen in this size, and with unusual spelling of his name. A fine half-length portrait of Gaul in traditional dress with large silver trade cross hanging from neck on 6" x 12" card stock mount with D.F. Barry imprint lower left and Gaul in large letters along bottom ... > Item Details
Two Tintypes of African American Theatrical Troupe and Manager,
Lot # 1085 - Two Tintypes of African American Theatrical Troupe and Manager,
both CDV-sized tintypes, includes one of nine young African American men and boys, seated and standing around a middle-aged white gentleman in bowler and with cane, AND portrait of the same white gentleman, again in bowler with cane. The white man is likely the manager of this group, probably a thea... > Item Details
Karl Bodmer Aquatint Engraving: Tab. 12, <i>An Assiniboin and a Yanktonai Indian</i>,
Lot # 324 - Karl Bodmer Aquatint Engraving: Tab. 12, An Assiniboin and a Yanktonai Indian,
Noapeh and Psihdja-Sahpawith Bodmer's blindstamp, published by Ackermann & Co. 96 Strand, September 1840. Print with The Litchfield Historical Society sticker on lower left, 17.25" x 23.75". > Item Details
C.C. Stotz Cabinet Card of Laura <i>Doanmoe</i> with an Unidentified Girl, both Kiowa,
Lot # 155 - C.C. Stotz Cabinet Card of Laura Doanmoe with an Unidentified Girl, both Kiowa,
with his El Reno, Okla. Terr., ca 1900. The daughter of a captive Lakota woman and the Kiowa war leader Red Otter, brother of the Kiowa Head Chief Lone Wolf, Laura was the mother of two sons with Etahdaleuh Doanmoe. She was a principal informant to the ethnologist James Mooney during his important s... > Item Details
CDV of <i>Crossing Sky (Ah-ah-shaw-we-ke-shick), Chief of Rabbit Lake Chippewas</i>,
Lot # 44 - CDV of Crossing Sky (Ah-ah-shaw-we-ke-shick), Chief of Rabbit Lake Chippewas,
A Brave and good Indian., with Whitney’s Gallery, St. Paul imprint, ca 1860. Cancelled 2-cent Federal revenue stamp, verso. > Item Details
Exceptional Brady CDVs of Abraham and Mary Lincoln,
Lot # 685 - Exceptional Brady CDVs of Abraham and Mary Lincoln,
with Like Some Solitary Pine image of Lincoln, Ostendorf 86, AND a seated portrait of Mary in flower print dress, both with Brady imprint on reverse, includes an acid free archival double mat, 14" x 17". > Item Details
Archive of Civil War Letters, Lazarus R. Harding Papers, 1855-75,
Lot # 559 - Archive of Civil War Letters, Lazarus R. Harding Papers, 1855-75,
94 letters, most war date soldiers letters including: W.H. Speer and Harry Speer, 7th Indiana Infantry, Co. I; Shelton Harding, 79th Indiana Infantry; and George Campbell, 29th Iowa Infantry. The Civil War was fought by communities. Most companies were raised locally and most served together throug... > Item Details
Fine Stereoview of a Shoshone Man,
Lot # 88 - Fine Stereoview of a Shoshone Man,
lacking a maker's imprint, ca 1875, on orange mount. The man proudly displays his quiver and bowcase made of mountain lion fur. A striped, wool blanket is wrapped around his body. > Item Details
Wright Aeroplane 1912 Calendar Plate,
Lot # 1315 - Wright Aeroplane 1912 Calendar Plate,
8.5" diameter, marked Sterling/China on back with crown, front with 1912 calendar with each month printed with January at top and alternating from left to right with December at bottom, polychrome transfer printed center with Wright Flyer and unknown monoplane with printed gilt text at top Wright’s ... > Item Details
CDV of Sioux Family, Probably Yankton,
Lot # 51 - CDV of Sioux Family, Probably Yankton,
CDV-size image lacking a maker's imprint, 4.875" x 3.125", mounted on board, ca 1868. The narrow, horizontal lines painted on the man's leggings indicate martial deeds, grouped between bolder lines indicating years. This "career resume" reveals him to be a warrior of considerable accomplishment. > Item Details
O. Pierre Havens Stereograph of <i>Medicine Water and Wife Mochi, with Romeo the Cheyenne Interpreter</i>,
Lot # 151 - O. Pierre Havens Stereograph of Medicine Water and Wife Mochi, with Romeo the Cheyenne Interpreter,
with Savannah, GA imprint, 1875. Romeo, a Mexican who grew up with the Cheyennes, in his youth had been an employee of William Bent, the prominent trader with the Southern Plains tribes. He voluntarily accompanied his friends among the prisoners, so that they could communicate, and spent three years... > Item Details
CDV of Well-Armed Cowboy,
Lot # 425 - CDV of Well-Armed Cowboy,
a great CDV of a cowboy with a pair of holstered Colt revolvers on his belt, bowie knife, bull whip and laurite, dressed in wool coat, slacks, knee-length leather boots and broad brimmed hat, painted canvas backdrop with Carroll, Springfield, Ill. imprint. Reverse with period pencil inscription read... > Item Details
Rare Confederate Broadside,
Lot # 567 - Rare Confederate Broadside,
one of only four known, 7" x 10" reading LOST./A copy of the ARMY/REGULATIONS, The/finder will please/leave it at HEAD/QUARTERS, "Camp/Mason"/May 30, 1861. Camp Mason was located in Loudoun County, Va. Other copies located in the Virginia State Library, University of Virginia at ... > Item Details
Cabinet Card of Post Oak Jim (right) and His Brother, Comanche,
Lot # 188 - Cabinet Card of Post Oak Jim (right) and His Brother, Comanche,
lacking a maker's imprint, but known from other copies to be the work of George Addison, Fort Sill, O.T., ca 1895. Title appears as pen inscription, verso. Both men wear classic Comanche moccasins with fringes bordering the outer edges of a V-pattern on the vamp. Post Oak Jim wears an otter fur turb... > Item Details
Autographed Wilt Chamberlain Photograph,
Lot # 1328 - Autographed Wilt Chamberlain Photograph,
8" x 10". A legendary NBA basketball player who played for the L.A. Lakers, 76ers, the Philadelphia/San Francisco Warriors, and eventually, the Harlem Globetrotters. Considered by many as one of the best players in NBA history, he was accepted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1978. > Item Details
W.S. Soule Albumen Cabinet Card of Nokoney, Son of Horseback, Comanche,
Lot # 186 - W.S. Soule Albumen Cabinet Card of Nokoney, Son of Horseback, Comanche,
with his Fort Sill, I.T. imprint, 6.5" x 4.25", ca 1870. Pencil inscription, verso: Comanche Brave. Nokoney wears a breastplate made of hair pipes, a crescent-shaped silver pendant, originally an ornament for the brow strap of a horse’s bridle, has been adapted for the rider’s own person. Four spots... > Item Details
Silver Gelatin Print of a Comanche Celebration,
Lot # 192 - Silver Gelatin Print of a Comanche Celebration,
4.75" x 6.5", mounted on board, ca 1905. Two of the men wear eagle feather headdresses, while the third and all of the women wear turbans made of otter fur. A large dance pavilion roofed with cut greenery is seen in the background. > Item Details
Silver Gelatin Print of Crow Couple,
Lot # 223 - Silver Gelatin Print of Crow Couple,
5.75" x 4", mounted on board, ca 1905. The man's beaded leather shirt has painted designs on the top and is fringed with tubes of ermine skin. The woman's dress is of striped calico, secured with a beaded panel-belt. > Item Details
Benjamin Harrison Typed Letter Signed,
Lot # 647 - Benjamin Harrison Typed Letter Signed,
on letterhead of Law Office of Harrison, Miller & Elam...Indianapolis... acknowledging congratulations over his nomination at the convention and signed lower right Benjamin Harrison, framed with ticket to the convention and chromolithographed portrait, 13" x 16". > Item Details
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