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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$25 Note from Paris, Ky., Dated 1864,
Lot # 301 - $25 Note from Paris, Ky., Dated 1864,
7.5" x 10" partially printed document headed Town of Paris, Ky., with the upper half of the page detailing the town government authorizing a bond of Fifteen Thousand Dollars and dated Aug. 27, 1864. The lower half is a bond for one L.D. Marshall, dated Aug. 29, 1864, for $25 and signed by three sele... > Item Details
Land Grant with Secretarial Martin Van Buren Signature,
Lot # 223 - Land Grant with Secretarial Martin Van Buren Signature,
10" x 16.25" partially printed on vellum, granting Noah Dempster of Morgan County, Ohio, lands near Zanesville, Ohio, dated April 10, 1837. > Item Details
Photograph of ID'D Union Officer,
Lot # 5 - Photograph of ID'D Union Officer,
wearing dress blues with period inked inscription on reverse Respect of St. Eefickels with Brady imprint. > Item Details
1794 Pennsylvania Militia Documents,
Lot # 57 - 1794 Pennsylvania Militia Documents,
two identical partially printed documents on laid paper, the first with manuscript additions and the second left blank. The first is enlistment document for the state of Pennsylvania, dated Jan. 5, 1794, and signed by Charles Scaoying, both 8" x 13". > Item Details
Three Cabinet Cards of Children with Hobby Horses,
Lot # 167 - Three Cabinet Cards of Children with Hobby Horses,
includes image of young girl posing on large dappled, spring-loaded hobby horse, by J.C. Barnes, PLUS portrait of young child seated on hobby horse, by J.H. Moody, PLUS image of young girl standing next to hobby horse, by Bennett. > Item Details
1868 Manuscript Letter from Bishop S.H. Rosecrams, Columbus, Ohio,
Lot # 322 - 1868 Manuscript Letter from Bishop S.H. Rosecrams, Columbus, Ohio,
lot of two. Includes an Aug. 6, 1925, 4pp handwritten letter, written to an acquaintance by the name of Maggie. Mentioned in the letter are financing prospects for a new cathedral and graveyard, written in the early stages of the Catholic Diocese of Columbus. AND a ca 1968, 4pp illustrated newspape... > Item Details
Mexican War Petition on Behalf of Volunteer Army Officers,
Lot # 62 - Mexican War Petition on Behalf of Volunteer Army Officers,
6.25" x 8" printed petition with partial wax seal and manuscript inked note at base reading Signed by 72 [illegible] of New York City. Dated Feb. 16, 1847, and asking that the Congress pay all due accounts of U.S. Army officers in the city of New York. > Item Details
NEWSPAPERS: Bound Volume of <i>Spirit of the Times</i>, New York, 1840,
Lot # 477 - NEWSPAPERS: Bound Volume of Spirit of the Times, New York, 1840,
Vol. X, No. 1 to Vol. X, No. 52; March 7, 1840 to Feb. 27, 1841. Large folio bound volume in half brown calf with marbled boards. Being an early American horse racing periodical. > Item Details
Scarce 1907 Printing of Lincoln's Cooper Union Speech,
Lot # 235 - Scarce 1907 Printing of Lincoln's Cooper Union Speech,
entitled The Address of the Hon. Abraham Lincoln, in vindication of the Policy of the Framers of the Constitution and the Principles of the Republican Party, Delivered at Cooper Institute, February 27th, 1860, original issued by the Young Men's Republican Union, New York, with notes by Charles C. No... > Item Details
Two Early Hand-Colored Lithographs, Indians and Pilgrims,
Lot # 117 - Two Early Hand-Colored Lithographs, Indians and Pilgrims,
first is 12" x 19" by Lehman & Duval Litho. and entitled View of the Great Treaty Held at Prairie Du Chien showing Lewis Cass and William Clark negotiating with American Indians at the fort, AND print by N. Currier, 12.5" x 16" entitled The Landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth, Mass. Dec. 22nd 1620. > Item Details
Mascher Stereodaguerreotype,
Lot # 125 - Mascher Stereodaguerreotype,
with portrait of unknown young gentleman in high collar, light tinting, in original stereo viewing case marked Mascher's Improved Stereoscope/Philada./Patent/March 8th, 1853. > Item Details
1861 Washington Letter Discussing Lincoln's Cabinet Appointments,
Lot # 232 - 1861 Washington Letter Discussing Lincoln's Cabinet Appointments,
5.25" x 8" letter sheet reading Washington City Jan. 2d, 1861 Dear C. I was mistaken about Chase (Samuel P. Chase, Lincoln's Sect. of the Treasury) being appointed. He has not been tenured any place, but the subject was talked over between L. (Lincoln) & him at Springfield. Still it is yet possible.... > Item Details
Two Large Format Albumen Photographs of Explorers Leaning Against a  BaobabTree,
Lot # 176 - Two Large Format Albumen Photographs of Explorers Leaning Against a BaobabTree,
possibly South Africa or India, photographer anonymous. Includes a photograph of an expedition team of nine resting in front of a pair of baobab trees, AND 2nd, a portrait of an unknown explorer resting peacefully against a baobab tree, 11" x 14" (matte). > Item Details
Three Early Northwest Territorial Settlers Signed Notes,
Lot # 277 - Three Early Northwest Territorial Settlers Signed Notes,
all three are inked manuscript receipts, on scraps of laid paper, about 2.5" x 7", being pay receipts for one Robert Hance, dated April 10, 1795; June 12, 1795; and Feb. 3, 1796; and signed by William Bedell, Stephen Reeder and David Bates, respectively.Stephen Reeder and his family were one of the ... > Item Details
Photograph of Henry Ford, Thomas Edison and Others at Neuland Electrical Co.,
Lot # 200 - Photograph of Henry Ford, Thomas Edison and Others at Neuland Electrical Co.,
a fine silver bromide photograph of four stately gentlemen viewed inside the Neuland Electrical Co. Included is an embossed Cardinell Vincent Co. on the bottom right margin; on the verso, are the above names and P.P.I.E. Oct. 20, 1915. written in ink, 8" x 9.5". > Item Details
Fine Leather Bound Reprint of McKinney & Hall's <i>History of the Indian Tribes of North America...</i>,
Lot # 118 - Fine Leather Bound Reprint of McKinney & Hall's History of the Indian Tribes of North America...,
1978, Kent, Ohio, Volair Publishing Co., two volumes, 8vo in embossed and gilt decorated light brown leather boards with gilt foredges, watered silk pastedowns and endpapers, 470pp and 534pp in original slip case, a marvelous facsimile of the original edition (Philadelphia, 1848-50) of McKenney and ... > Item Details
George Perin Engraving of Lincoln,
Lot # 231 - George Perin Engraving of Lincoln,
11" x 15", dated 1864, entitled Abraham Lincoln President of the United States., in period walnut frame, 14.25" x 18". > Item Details
CDV of Identified New York City Orphans,
Lot # 162 - CDV of Identified New York City Orphans,
unusual image of six children from an orphans' home, with imprint of Borgardus, N.Y., each identified with pencil inscription in childish hand on reverse: Mary Travis; Mary Rinehart; Susie Travis; Mary Kniesel; Maggie Byer; and Katie Shiegly. > Item Details
Sixth Plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Lady,
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
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