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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Seven Books on the Civil War,
Lot # 851 - Seven Books on the Civil War,
includes the following titles 1st Rifle and Light Infantry Tactic; For the Exercise and Maneuvers of Troops When Acting as Light Infantry or Riflemen, by Lt. Col. W.J. Hardee, Vol. II, 1855, Philadelphia, Lippincott, Grambo & Co., 16mo in half calf with brown cloth boards, 232pp with all plates and ... > Item Details
Scarce Copy of the 1866 Treaty Between the United States and the Seminole,
Lot # 490 - Scarce Copy of the 1866 Treaty Between the United States and the Seminole,
full title being Treaty Between The United States of America and the Seminole Nation of Indians. Concluded March 21, 1866, Ratification Advised July 19, 1866. Proclaimed August 16, 1866., 4to pamphlet in self wraps, 10pp. > Item Details
Buffalo Bill Cody Autograph Letter Signed,
Lot # 469 - Buffalo Bill Cody Autograph Letter Signed,
with chromolithographed cover from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show Combined with Pawnee Bills Great Far East show, addressed to Col. Henry C. Keller, Los Angeles. The letter is on the same letter head as the cover and dated June 26, 1910, and talks of upcoming tour and his Arizona mines and signed low... > Item Details
F. Jay Haynes Hand-Colored Western Photograph,
Lot # 1011 - F. Jay Haynes Hand-Colored Western Photograph,
17" x 22" mountain landscape on slightly larger card stock. > Item Details
Silver Gelatin Print of Unidentified Indian Man in Dance Outfit, Osage,
Lot # 133 - Silver Gelatin Print of Unidentified Indian Man in Dance Outfit, Osage,
with blindstamp of W.J. Boag. Pawhuska, Okla., ca 1910. A silk shirt, neckerchief and ribbonwork on his leggings highlight the particular opulence of Osage dress after oil was discovered on their reservation, early in the 20th century. > Item Details
Manuscript Mexican War Letter,
Lot # 743 - Manuscript Mexican War Letter,
1p on a single folded letter sheet, 12.5" x 15", written by Norman Buckler, from East Gaines Orleans Co. NY on Oct the 4th 1848, to a Capt M E Lilley in Columbus Ohio. An account from a soldier, confined to his quarters, requesting information for the release of company warrants, written by a corres... > Item Details
Double-Sided Albumen Boudoir Cards of Oto Religious Leader <i>Wawashi</i>,
Lot # 128 - Double-Sided Albumen Boudoir Cards of Oto Religious Leader Wawashi,
first, 5.5" x 8", unknown photographer, ca 1895. Iowas and Otoes Indians in Council lettered in negative at lower left of image. The Iowa reservation was contiguous with the Oto reservation on the south. Wawashi is seated at center, to the right of the tent pole. The Oto chief George Arkeketa is the... > Item Details
Rare San Francisco Committee of Vigilance Membership Certificate,
Lot # 449 - Rare San Francisco Committee of Vigilance Membership Certificate,
16" x 20" stone lithograph by Britton & Rey, S.F., designed and drawn on stone by Charles Nahl, headed Committee of Vigilance of San Francisco/Reorganized 15th May/1856/for the mutual protection of life and property., with manuscript name of F. Henderson, No. 940, who was attached to Company A Caval... > Item Details
Three Civil War Relic Canes,
Lot # 585 - Three Civil War Relic Canes,
includes a two part cane with false horn tau form wood handle and tapered knobby shaft with stamped nickel ribbon banner reading G.A.R. 31st Encampment Buffalo, N.Y. 1897, with 1.5" brass and steel ferrule, total length 35", PLUS a single piece American hardwood with root mass knob engraved on taper... > Item Details
Stock Certificate for Marcus Garvey's <i>Black Star Line Inc.</i>,
Lot # 1151 - Stock Certificate for Marcus Garvey's Black Star Line Inc.,
partially printed stock certificate for five shares of the above company, 9" x 11".The Black Star Line was a shipping line incorporated by Marcus Garvey, who organized the UNIA (United Negro Improvement Association), on June 23, 1919. > Item Details
Packard's Book on Ben Wittick's Photography,
Lot # 997 - Packard's Book on Ben Wittick's Photography,
entitled Southwest 1880 with Ben Wittick Pioneer Photographer of Indian and Frontier Life, by Gar & Maggy Packard, 1970, Santa Fe, N.M., self-published, large 4to in printed card stock wraps, 47pp with all illustrations. > Item Details
Scarce Civil War Watercolor of Westover Plantation, Va.,
Lot # 592 - Scarce Civil War Watercolor of Westover Plantation, Va.,
certainly painted by an untrained artist with one mounted officer and seven Union soldiers, one appears to be bound and being lead away by the only armed soldier, large plantation with trees and outbuilding in background, inscribed on reverse Mary Hartford Drew it in 1884 Civil War memory drawing of... > Item Details
C.L. Hamilton CDV of Yankton, or Possibly Brule Sioux Man,
Lot # 252 - C.L. Hamilton CDV of Yankton, or Possibly Brule Sioux Man,
with Fort Randall, D.T. imprint, ca 1868. The vertical stripe painted down this man's forehead signifies that the Hunka (Adoption) Ceremony, one of the seven, sacred rites of the Sioux people, has been performed in his honor, probably when he was a boy. This conferred a life-long prestige on the ind... > Item Details
Boudoir Photograph of the <i>Hostile Camp</i> at Wounded Knee,
Lot # 350 - Boudoir Photograph of the Hostile Camp at Wounded Knee,
entitled in negative Viewing Hostile Indian Camp From the Top of Capt. Dougherty's Breastworks also Showing P.R. Agc. in the South, scene showing army's earthen breastworks with two soldiers in winter coats in front, snow covered ground with scattered remnants of the massacre in the foreground. Arch... > Item Details
Hamilton & Hoyt Stereoview of Red Dog (<i>Sunka Luta</i>), Oglala Lakota,
Lot # 285 - Hamilton & Hoyt Stereoview of Red Dog (Sunka Luta), Oglala Lakota,
with pasted label, verso, of Hamilton & Hoyt, Sioux City, Iowa, ca 1872, on ocher mount. Red Dog was chief of the Oyuhpe band of the Oglala and a supporter of Red Cloud. His necklace is formed of a human scalp suspended on a neck strap of otter fur. > Item Details
Civil War Autograph Album from Brady Studio, Washington D.C.,
Lot # 550 - Civil War Autograph Album from Brady Studio, Washington D.C.,
ca 1865-1874. Mathew Brady opened his National Photographic Art Gallery at 352 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C., in 1858 with high ambition and a talented staff. During the Civil War, the Brady studio and its spinoffs became the most fashionable place for the movers and shakers of the nation t... > Item Details
Table Top Rosewood Stereoviewer,
Lot # 1291 - Table Top Rosewood Stereoviewer,
rosewood with string inlaid satin wood and ebony and ebonized maple with stereo optics and 6" diameter magnifying glass, 8.5" x 13.5" x 4.5" high when closed. > Item Details
1814 Madison Co., Ky., Manuscript Estate Inventory with Slaves,
Lot # 1110 - 1814 Madison Co., Ky., Manuscript Estate Inventory with Slaves,
3pp handwritten document regarding the appraisal and inventory of the estate of Travis Bootow, including slaves, cattle, and furnishings, dated the Nov. 7, 1814, 7.75" x 12.5". > Item Details
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with Las Vegas Hot Springs, N.M. on verso. A Pueblo family is posed wearing their hand-woven wool blankets and hide boot moccasins. > Item Details
Revolutionary War Document Signed by General Horatio Gates and Several Rhode Island Officers,
Lot # 482 - Revolutionary War Document Signed by General Horatio Gates and Several Rhode Island Officers,
war-dated military pay abstract, DS by General Horatio Gates, Brig. Gen. Ezekiel Cornell, Col. John Topham, and pay masters Gabriel Allen and Benjamin Stelle, and Gates' friend and secretary, William Clajon. 2pp, 8.5" x 13.25", on laid paper, Providence, R.I., May 12, 1779. For Jan. 16-Feb. 16, 1779... > Item Details
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