Lot 31    

Political Broadside Ridiculing General George McClellan,
2008, Historic Americana Auction, Dec 4 & 5
illustrated with four different vignettes, from just after the 1864 election, 5.5" x 8", archivally matted and framed, 11.4" x 15.4".

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Large Hand-Colored D.F. Barry Photograph of Buffalo Bill, Red Cloud and American Horse,
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Six Civil War CDVs of Union Generals,
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Glenn Miller, Jimmy Dorsey & Other Big Band Autographs,
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Centennial Era 13 Star Printed Parade Flag,
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Hand Colored Steel Engraving of the First Eight Presidents,
Lot # 1580 - Hand Colored Steel Engraving of the First Eight Presidents,
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Group of 1780s Legal Documents Including Nathan Levy, 1st Jewish Businessman in Philadelphia,
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Mammoth Plate Photograph of 130-Year-Old Chippewa Indian,
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Group of Civil War Related Envelopes,
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Group of Western Boudoir and Cabinet Cards Including Jackson,
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1828 West Point Register For Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, and Joseph Johnston,
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Indian Wars Archive of Sergeant Edward W. Boutelle, U.S. Signal Corps,
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Original 1817 Green County, Ohio Manuscript Survey Maps, Signed By Edward Tiffin,
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Unusual Composite African American School Photograph,
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Scarce Myles Keogh Autographed Letter From Fort Hays, Kansas, 1869,
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<i>Natural History of New York</i>, Part I,
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1787 Autographed Note from Quaker Henry Drinker, Loyalist,
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