Lot 443    

Howard Chandler Christy Drawing Book,
2008, Historic Americana Online, July 11
full title being Drawings By Howard Chandler Christy Reproductions in Black and White, 1905, New York, Moffat, Yard & Co., horizontal folio in illustrated half red cloth boards with gilt title on cover, with 56 unnumbered full page illustrations.

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Soil on boards, light even toning, VG.
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Handbill on William Henry Harrison Funeral Arrangements,
Lot # 219 - Handbill on William Henry Harrison Funeral Arrangements,
3" x 14.75" with bold heading reading Arrangements for the Observation of Funeral Solemnities on the Occasion of the Death of the late President of the United States, with 97 lines of text printed below, marked at bottom Middletown, April 16, 1841, Middletown, Ohio. > Item Details
Wonderful Chip Carved Folk Art Walnut CDV Frame, Found in Kentucky,
Lot # 157 - Wonderful Chip Carved Folk Art Walnut CDV Frame, Found in Kentucky,
found in Louisville with chip carved vining flowers, arch form with three Civil War-era CDVs of young ladies, one with Louisville imprint, fine old patina, 19.75" long x 7.5" high. > Item Details
Frank Winch, <i>Thrilling Lives of Buffalo Bill and Pawnee Bill</i>, 1911,
Lot # 113 - Frank Winch, Thrilling Lives of Buffalo Bill and Pawnee Bill, 1911,
New York, N.Y.: S.L. Parsons & Co., Inc., 1911. 12mo, green embossed cloth with portrait of Buffalo Bill and Pawnee Bill on cover, includes many illustrations, 224pp. > Item Details
<i>The Martyrdom of Joseph Standing; Or, the Murder of a ," width="224" />
,">Lot # 101 - The Martyrdom of Joseph Standing; Or, the Murder of a "Mormon" Missionary,
Nicholson, John. Salt Lake City: The Desert News Co., 1886. 12mo in embossed brown cloth boards, 160pp. This book by John Nicholson recounts the murder of Joseph Standing from the vantage of Elder Standing's missionary companion and future Apostle Rudger Clawson, who argued before the United States ... > Item Details
WESTERN: <i>Wonderland Junior Yellowstone Park Route</i>,
Lot # 97 - WESTERN: Wonderland Junior Yellowstone Park Route,
32mo illustrated 32pp pamphlet in illustrated wraps with two page center fold map of Yellowstone National Park, printed by The Pioneer Press St. Paul, Minn., no date. > Item Details
Four Photographs of Early Palm Reader,
Lot # 205 - Four Photographs of Early Palm Reader,
lot includes a real photo postcard autographed, PLUS two silver gelatin prints, 4" x 5" showing her reading the palm of a lady at her tent set up in a field, AND a 2" x 3" studio portrait of her with imprint of Curtis on original card stock mount. > Item Details
Anthony CDV of Harriett Beecher Stowe,
Lot # 262 - Anthony CDV of Harriett Beecher Stowe,
author of Uncle Tom's Cabin, (1811-96) with inked identification along bottom margin, no imprint. > Item Details
Civil War CDV Album of African American Family with Soldier from 4th U.S.C.T. Infantry,
Lot # 7 - Civil War CDV Album of African American Family with Soldier from 4th U.S.C.T. Infantry,
with 24 CDV images including one of John H.J. Davis, Private Co. H, 4th U.S. Colored Infantry in uniform. There are ten other African Americans in the album, another engraving of Lincoln and family, composite CDV entitled Minstrels Gallery, albumen CDV photo of engraving of Washington and CDV of Edw... > Item Details
<i>Clyde Beatty & Cole Bros. Circus</i> Full Sheet Poster,
Lot # 438 - Clyde Beatty & Cole Bros. Circus Full Sheet Poster,
with hanger attached to lower margin for show in Middletown, Ohio, Wednesday, Aug. 4, 36" x 42". > Item Details
Large Format Albumen of African American Lady in Her Cabin,
Lot # 263 - Large Format Albumen of African American Lady in Her Cabin,
anonymous 10" x 14.5" portrait of an elderly African American seated in her primitive cabin and sewing, matted and archivally framed, 16.25" x 21.25". > Item Details
LITERARY JOURNAL: 1758 <i>The London Magazine</i>,
Lot # 390 - LITERARY JOURNAL: 1758 The London Magazine,
or the Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer./For November, 1758. A 12mo illustrated half calf with blue cloth boards and embossed spine entitled Frontenac. 1758., includes an ink inscription from the Indiana Historical Society dated Nov. 7, 1947, signed by the curator, 600pp. > Item Details
Cased Sixth Plate Daguerreotype of Middle-Aged Gentleman,
Lot # 121 - Cased Sixth Plate Daguerreotype of Middle-Aged Gentleman,
portrait of a young gentleman mounted in embossed paper covered full case. > Item Details
Nine of African American Dolls, Door Stop, Plus,
Lot # 274 - Nine of African American Dolls, Door Stop, Plus,
includes two folk art cloth dolls, 15" and 10.5" high, PLUS cast iron door stop, 9" high, PLUS plastic salt and pepper Aunt Jemima and Uncle Ben, both marked F&F Mold and Die Dayton, O., 5" high, PLUS silver overlay and carved ivory cane or umbrella handle with African male carved face, 5" long, PLU... > Item Details
Missionary Letter from India with Cover,
Lot # 440 - Missionary Letter from India with Cover,
manuscript letter and cover from a Christian missionary in India named Edward Chester to a Mrs. Fliblard?, dated Aug. 6, 1860. He thanks her for sending a picture, says that she had always been his and his wife's favorite for Christmas, talks of not having enough time in the day to do all he wishes ... > Item Details
1841 Washington Newspaper Account of William H. Harrison Funeral,
Lot # 221 - 1841 Washington Newspaper Account of William H. Harrison Funeral,
Friday, April 9th, 1841. A 2pp large format National Intelligencer. Vol. XLII. No. 6009 article containing the funeral arrangements and loss of William H. Harrison. A copy of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal act, a Bankrupt Bill, and the Letter of Mr. Crabb, viewed on verso, 17.25" x 21.75". > Item Details
Newspaper Extra on President Johnson's Pardon of Ex-CSA Officers, 1865,
Lot # 36 - Newspaper Extra on President Johnson's Pardon of Ex-CSA Officers, 1865,
single sided 9" x 11" newspaper Extra from the Daily News Office, Sunday, June 4 - 6 P.M., with seven different bold headings including: The President's Proclamation; President Johnson's Emancipation Proclamation; Pardon to all Confederates below the rank of Colonel or Lieutenant in the Navy; The Tr... > Item Details
SLAVERY: <i>1858 The Tribune Almanac</i> with Dred Scott Case,
Lot # 267 - SLAVERY: 1858 The Tribune Almanac with Dred Scott Case,
crown octavo, printed by H. Greeley & Company, New York, with ornate scrollwork on illustrated wrap cover, in brown wraps, with hand-sewn binding, 68pp. > Item Details
Manuscript Baltimore, Md., Society of Friends Letter,
Lot # 413 - Manuscript Baltimore, Md., Society of Friends Letter,
4pp on single folded letter sheet reading in part The Committee to whom was refereed the Memorial of the Monthly Meeting of the Society of Friends of the Eastern District of Baltimore beg leave to report-That they have bestowed upon the subject refereed to them, that consideration to which it appear... > Item Details
Two FDR White House Reception and Dinner Invitations to Lt. Thomas Washington, Plus,
Lot # 256 - Two FDR White House Reception and Dinner Invitations to Lt. Thomas Washington, Plus,
includes two ca 1902 partially printed invitations addressed to The Office Judge Advocate General. Navy Department. Lieut. Thomas Washington and wife, for tea and a reception, held at the White House, printed on White House stationery with envelopes, AND and a ca 1928 printed banquet invitation for ... > Item Details
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