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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Scarce Baker and Johnston Boudoir Photograph of Six Feathers, Arapaho
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
CDV of Brigadier General Lysander Cutler,
Lot # 508 - CDV of Brigadier General Lysander Cutler,
a vignette with double Brady imprint, inked L Cutler beneath portrait not confirmed as being in Cutler's hand. First colonel of the 6th Wisconsin in the famed "Iron Brigade," Cutler was severely wounded at the second battle of Bull Run before assuming brigade command with a star retroactive to Novem... > Item Details
L.A. Shafer <i>They Kept The Sea Lanes Open</i>,
Lot # 1039 - L.A. Shafer They Kept The Sea Lanes Open,
full sheet chromolithographed Victory Liberty Loan poster with American warships capturing a German U-boat, 29.5" x 39". > Item Details
Five CDVs of  Important Civil War Generals and Personalities,
Lot # 505 - Five CDVs of Important Civil War Generals and Personalities,
issued by Huntington and Taylor as cabinet cards in the late 19th century, printed directly from Brady/Anthony negatives. Identified on verso in ink as Brigadier General John T. Rawlins, Grant's chief of staff; Major General Julius Stahel, CMOH for Piedmont June 5, 1864; Brigadier General and Irish ... > Item Details
Fred W. Forster Cabinet Card of <i>Dr. Charlie and His Chip-wa Indians</i>),
Lot # 29 - Fred W. Forster Cabinet Card of Dr. Charlie and His Chip-wa Indians),
with Union Hill, N.J. imprint verso, ca 1875. Title appears as ink inscription, recto. Three Ojibwa (Chippewa) men holding pipe-tomahawks are posed with a white entrepreneur about a thousand miles east of their Minnesota home. > 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
Three Scarce Civil War Histories,
Lot # 847 - Three Scarce Civil War Histories,
includes Rosecrans' Campaign With The Fourteenth Army Corps, Or The Army Of The Cumberland: Battle Of Stone River. A personal narrative, including official reports, by "W.D.B.," printed in Cincinnati: Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co., ca 1863. 12mo with brown cloth boards, 476pp, PLUS the History OF The ... > Item Details
<i>Western Africa: Its History, Condition, and Prospects</i>, by J.L. Wilson,
Lot # 1136 - Western Africa: Its History, Condition, and Prospects, by J.L. Wilson,
1856, Harper & Brothers, N.Y., 12mo rebound in half calf with red boards, 527pp with all plates and frontis. > Item Details
1862 London, Ky., Will with Slaves,
Lot # 1112 - 1862 London, Ky., Will with Slaves,
2pp handwritten document written and signed by George Engleheart in regard to the liquidation of his estate and slaves, to his dear friend Elizabeth Smith and his loved ones, 7.5" x 9.5" > Item Details
Four Books on Slavery and the African American Experience,
Lot # 1157 - Four Books on Slavery and the African American Experience,
titles include 1st The Church and Slavery, by Albert Barnes, 1857, Philadelphia, Parry & McMillan, 12mo in black cloth boards, 196pp, PLUS 2nd Two Colored Women With the American Expeditionary Forces by Addie W. Hunton and Kathryn M. Johnson, n.d. but ca 1920, N.Y., Brooklyn Eagle Press, small 8vo i... > Item Details
Robert Whiteley's U.S. Ordnance Department's <i>Chapeau de Bras</i>,
Lot # 494 - Robert Whiteley's U.S. Ordnance Department's Chapeau de Bras,
black felt body with black ribbed silk strips and gold bullion coiled tassels at the fore and aft ends. Right side with brass Ordnance Corps button and brass eagle planchet mounted on silver bullion board. Black fur-lined comb. Interior with brown leather sweat band and silk lining with gilted Young... > 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
Two Karl Bodmer Aquatint Engravings: Tab. 21 and Tab. 48, <i>Indian Utensils and Arms</i>,
Lot # 328 - Two Karl Bodmer Aquatint Engravings: Tab. 21 and Tab. 48, Indian Utensils and Arms,
and Indian Utensils and Arms. Both with Bodmer's blindstamp, published by Ackermann & Co. 96 (or 90) Strand. Tab. 21 with date July 1840 and Tab. 48 with date June 1841. Both prints with The Litchfield Historical Society sticker on reverse, 17.25" x 23.75". > Item Details
Hamilton or Cincinnati, Ohio, GAR Photograph,
Lot # 853 - Hamilton or Cincinnati, Ohio, GAR Photograph,
showing a large group of elderly gentlemen in front of a stately stone and brick home, most wearing ribbon and medals, found in Hamilton, Ohio, 10.5" x 13.5", matted and framed, 16.5" x 20". > Item Details
CDV of Armed Buffalo Soldier,
Lot # 885 - CDV of Armed Buffalo Soldier,
wearing a kepi with crossed sabers and B for Company B, eagle belt plate, five button frock coat holding scabbard in left and drawn saber in right at attention with Cramer, St. Louis, Mo. imprint. > Item Details
Ten Civil War Documents, Including U.S.C.T.,
Lot # 826 - Ten Civil War Documents, Including U.S.C.T.,
lot of 10, includes both partially printed and full manuscript documents, including 1st U.S.C.T. list of equipment transferred to the troop, Hatteras Inlet, 6/21/1863, manuscript on lined letter sheet, 7.75" x 10.75", PLUS 2nd manuscript on 7.75" x 9.75" plain letter sheet headed Head Quarters 14th ... > Item Details
Fink Bros. Cabinet Card of <i>Wet-yat-mas-lik-leen-nink</i>, called Caleb Carter, Nez Perce (<i>Nimiipoo</i>),
Lot # 93 - Fink Bros. Cabinet Card of Wet-yat-mas-lik-leen-nink, called Caleb Carter, Nez Perce (Nimiipoo),
lacking maker’s imprint, ca 1895. Title appears as ink inscription, verso; together with pencil signature: Mrs. Cal Carter. > Item Details
Two Large Format Baseball Photographs,
Lot # 1323 - Two Large Format Baseball Photographs,
both anonymous, includes an albumen image, 6.25" x 8.2" on 8" x 10" original card stock with team of 10 players and their manager seated on a grassy knoll. All in uniform, mixed jerseys, but wearing matching belts with stripes and one large star, differing caps with selection of baseball equipment i... > Item Details
Andrew Jackson Presidential Appointment for 2nd Lt. Robert H. Whiteley, 2nd U.S. Artillery,
Lot # 640 - Andrew Jackson Presidential Appointment for 2nd Lt. Robert H. Whiteley, 2nd U.S. Artillery,
the first of five Presidential signed commissions documenting the 49-year military career of Brevet Brigadier General Robert Henry Kirkwood Whiteley (1809-1896), a 1830 graduate of the USMA and U.S. Ordnance Department officer. Dating between 1830 and 1863, two of the commissions are signed by Andre... > Item Details
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