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Bust of a Civil War Soldier
2/3/2011 - ONLINE American History Timed Auction
rear of statue stamped Parting Shot by Karselis 1989 and numbered 17/2500. 11" x 18" 17lbs.

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Colorado Boudoir Cards by W.E. Hook, Colorado Springs, CO, Plus
Lot # 309 - Colorado Boudoir Cards by W.E. Hook, Colorado Springs, CO, Plus
Lot of 32 ca 1880s-1890s albumen photographs on boudoir card mounts(8.5" x 5.25"). 24 are blind stamped below the image The W.E. Hook Wholesale View Co., Colorado Springs, Colo. with Hook Photo and the title in the negative. Titles include: Seven Falls, Cheyenne Canon, 185; Pillars of Hercules, Che... > Item Details
19th Century Painting of West Point
Lot # 159 - 19th Century Painting of West Point
Oil on tin. 14" x 28", with wooden reinforcements nailed to perimeter of verso. > Item Details
Virginia City, Nevada Stereoview by Thomas Houseworth & Co.
Lot # 278 - Virginia City, Nevada Stereoview by Thomas Houseworth & Co.
arch-top albumen photographs on a standard size flat orange mount with Houseworth & Co.'s 9 Montgomery St., San Francisco, address and Nevada imprinted beside images and the imprinted title 707. VIRGINIA CITY-From Cedar Hill. Blank on verso. Thomas Houseworth operated his studio on Montgomery Stre... > Item Details
L.A. Huffman Collotype of Two Moon at Custer Battlefield
Lot # 114 - L.A. Huffman Collotype of Two Moon at Custer Battlefield
8" x 10" colored collotype, with Huffman's 1913 copyright in the negative. Laton Alton Huffman opened his first photographic studio in December 1878 at the military post of Fort Keogh, Montana Territory where he made portraits of the soldiers, Indians and cowboys near the fort, and buffalos. Vent... > Item Details
Early Nevada City, California Photograph
Lot # 283 - Early Nevada City, California Photograph
Most likely a copy of a daguerreotype taken ca 1852-1853. A 7 3/8" x 9 1/8" albumen photograph on larger mount, ink inscribed Main St. Nevada City California/1852 or 1853/Showing Thomas A. Loissant and Wife & children Professionally matted and framed, 17 3/4" x 18 1/2" overall. > Item Details
<i>Adirondack</i> Steamer Near Whitehall Landing, Lake Champlain, Stereoview
Lot # 214 - Adirondack Steamer Near Whitehall Landing, Lake Champlain, Stereoview
Ca 1860s-70s square albumen views on a standard size flat yellow mount with the hand stamp of I.D. LABARRE/Whitehall, N.Y. on verso below the ink inscribed title Near Whitehall Landing, Lake Champlain. > Item Details
Cabinet Card of Plateau Indians with White Gentleman
Lot # 146 - Cabinet Card of Plateau Indians with White Gentleman
Silver gelatin print on a C.W. Hansen, Lewiston imprinted cabinet mount, showing seven Indians of varying ages and styles of dress posed with a large white man. Framed, 7.5" x 9.5" overall. Not removed from frame for examination, so any verso imprints or inscriptions unknown. > Item Details
Post-Civil War Photograph of Uniformed Gentlemen, Probably Fraternal
Lot # 189 - Post-Civil War Photograph of Uniformed Gentlemen, Probably Fraternal
albumen photograph of four men in military uniform mounted on a 11.5" x 14.25" bordered round-cornered mount. Verso is pencil inscribed New Orleans, La / July 24, 1861, but that date must be incorrect. They are most likely a fraternal group, ca 1870-1880, and probably European. > Item Details
L.A. Huffman Collotype of <i>Throwing Rangers To The Roundup</i>
Lot # 285 - L.A. Huffman Collotype of Throwing Rangers To The Roundup
A ca 1907 collotype by L.A. Huffman, 8.75" x 20", bearing Huffman's signature stamp at recto l.r. and 111B at l.l., with no other imprints or inscriptions but titled elsewhere as Throwing Rangers to the Round-up, Big Dry, No. Mont. > Item Details
British Enfield Bayonet with Scabbard.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Charter, 1941
Lot # 253 - National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Charter, 1941
An acceptance charter for the Hayti, Missouri, branch, signed by NAACP Chairman of the Board Louis T. Wright (1891-1952). 14" x 20", 17.5" x 21.5" with frame. > Item Details
Quarter Plate Tintype of Federal Officer
Lot # 69 - Quarter Plate Tintype of Federal Officer
an unidentified company grade infantry officer poses casually with his foot officer’s sword. > Item Details
Mathew Brady's Book <i>Great Americans</i>
Lot # 179 - Mathew Brady's Book Great Americans
Time-Life Books Inc., 1976. Titled Martin Brady's Great Americans: Prints From the Original Glass Negatives in the Meserve Collection. Padded cover with marbling design and gilt lettering showcasing author's signature on front. Front page is signed by Dorothy Meserve Kunhardt to ensure the authe... > Item Details
Silver Gelatin Photographs of Chief Joseph & Nez Perce Camp, Herbert J. Spinden Collection
Lot # 148 - Silver Gelatin Photographs of Chief Joseph & Nez Perce Camp, Herbert J. Spinden Collection
Lot of 2 unmounted silver gelatin photographs, including: an 8" x 10" photograph of Chief Joseph, circa 1897, attributed to Wells M. Sawyer, an official photographer for the Bureau of American Ethnology, and a 6.5" x 8.5" photograph, identified as a William Henry Jackson photograph from a circa 1871... > Item Details
Boudoir Photograph of Comanche Beef Ration Day
Lot # 134 - Boudoir Photograph of Comanche Beef Ration Day
on anonymous white stock with a gilt border on the left side only, pencil inscribed Beef Ration Issue / Comanche Women below Ft. Sill, Indian Territory on verso, showing a group of women and children looking on as one of them inspects a carcass. > Item Details
[HISTORY] <i>First Settlers of Upper Georgia</i>
Lot # 177 - [HISTORY] First Settlers of Upper Georgia
Gilmer, George R. Sketches of Some of the First Settlers of Upper Georgia, of the Cherokees, and the Author. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1855. 8vo, half lea. with marbled endpapers, top edge gilt and gilt spine, 587pp plus 4pp ads in rear. The focus is on the families, many from Virginia and ... > Item Details
Captain Jack Crawford Signed G.A.R. Program
Lot # 273 - Captain Jack Crawford Signed G.A.R. Program
signed J.W. Crawford, "Capt. Jack", July 4th, 1913., underneath his portrait on the cover of a souvenir program from A Prayer and a Benediction at the Grand Reunion of the Blue and the Gray on the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, and Other Poems from his new book by Comrade Capt. Ja... > Item Details
Two CDVs of African American Women With White Children
Lot # 252 - Two CDVs of African American Women With White Children
an albumen CDV on white stock bearing a C.R. Rees & Co. / Richmond, Virginia / 1875 backmark including an image of his store, and an albumen CDV on cream stock bearing an Isaac White, Successor to Prescott & White backmark with a Hartford address. Both photographs show a different young African Ame... > Item Details
Nicholas Clopper, Early Ohio & Texas Settler, Archive of Manuscripts
Lot # 173 - Nicholas Clopper, Early Ohio & Texas Settler, Archive of Manuscripts
Ca 25 items. Nicholas Clopper was born in New Jersey. In the early 1800s he was actively buying land in Pennsylvania. Nineteen of these items relate to these land purchases. Most seem to be related to the purchase of Daniel Duncan's land. Duncan died intestate and his land was divided among 10 heirs... > Item Details
Samuel Du Pont, American Naval Officer, CDV by Brady
Lot # 67 - Samuel Du Pont, American Naval Officer, CDV by Brady
On an E.&H.T. Anthony backmarked card noting the photo comes from a Brady negative, pencil id'd on recto. Samuel Francis DuPont (1803-1865), born into the prominent du Pont family known for its eponymous chemical company which was then his uncle's gunpowder company, did not let his family's consider... > Item Details
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