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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19th Century Broadside of Butler County, Ohio Band Concert,
Lot # 308 - 19th Century Broadside of Butler County, Ohio Band Concert,
10" x 34" with ornamental border advertising Entertainment! Given By The Venice Cornet Band... with two plays entitled The Brown Jug & A Quit Family also preformed, admission 25 cents for adults and 15 cents for children, dated Jan. 27-28, 1885. > Item Details
WWII Gauche of U.S. Aircraft Carrier by <i>Matt Murphey, U.S.N.</i>,
Lot # 87 - WWII Gauche of U.S. Aircraft Carrier by Matt Murphey, U.S.N.,
WWII-era carrier with early war biplanes, signed lower left Matt Murphey USN, 13.25" x 16". > Item Details
Exceptional hand-colored <i>Vue d'optique of September 1776 New York Riot and Fire," width="224" />
of September 1776 New York Riot and Fire,">Lot # 50 - Exceptional hand-colored Vue d'optique" of September 1776 New York Riot and Fire,
with title printed in French, 12.8" x 18.8" on laid paper showing the city in flames and looting and murder in the streets. Title along top margin is printed in reverse, corrected reads Representation Du Feu Terrible A Nouvelle Yorke. Printed in Paris by J. Chereau and numbered No. 27.In August 1776... > Item Details
CDV of Cincinnati Suspension Bridge,
Lot # 159 - CDV of Cincinnati Suspension Bridge,
with ink inscription below image Suspension Bridge, Cinc. A unique view, from Cincinnati, of the suspension bridge designed by John Roebling, spanning the Ohio River to Covington, Ky. > Item Details
Two <i>Spirit of 76</i>, 1845 Almanac with Henry Clay Portrait,
Lot # 225 - Two Spirit of 76, 1845 Almanac with Henry Clay Portrait,
includes No. Twenty-Seven & N. Thirty-Five, dated Nashville, May 3 and June 28, 1845, with illustrated masthead having oval portrait of Henry Clay and symbols of agriculture, industry and commerce with eagle and U.S. flag, published by W.F. Bang & Co. and edited by Washington Barrow, both 8vo in sel... > Item Details
Folio Book <i>Ansel Adams</i> Photography,
Lot # 213 - Folio Book Ansel Adams Photography,
entitled Ansel Adams Images 1923-1974, 1974, New York Graphic Society, Boston, Mass., large horizontal folio in grey cloth boards with black cloth spine, illustrated d.j. and original slip case, 127pp. > Item Details
Ohio Family U.S. Naval Letter Group from 1820s,
Lot # 278 - Ohio Family U.S. Naval Letter Group from 1820s,
lot of four. The first letter dated New Orleans, Dec. 10, 1819, is from Reuben R. Pinkham to his Honored Parents, with a cover address of Capt. Andrew Pinkham, Bethel, Ohio, his father. The letter apologizes for not writing sooner and informs them that Since I wrote a survey has been ? on the Hornet... > Item Details
1859 Broadside for Wallpaper, Dixon, Ill.,
Lot # 353 - 1859 Broadside for Wallpaper, Dixon, Ill.,
6" x 12", advertising a large assortment of items for sale at Hawley & Gilbert's Book Store including all types of books, stationery curtain fixtures, gold pens, toy paints, violin and guitar strings, balls and marbles for children and with a border advertising other items such as dice cups, checker... > Item Details
1886-87 Ledger Diary from Richmond, Ind.,
Lot # 373 - 1886-87 Ledger Diary from Richmond, Ind.,
approximately 4" x 13", marbled paper boards with half leather, 171 pages filled in. Accounts of M.C. Henley, Richmond, Ind., Jan. 1, 1886, through Dec. 31, 1887. Each entry includes weather information and events of the day, for example: Friday, 25th [June 1886] Cloudy & foggy, 62 - 82 - 65 [presum... > 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
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
Three French WWI Posters,
Lot # 78 - Three French WWI Posters,
all full sheet, and laid on foam core, includes one signed A.Barrere/Somme 1917, 31" x 47", entitled Oeuvre Des Parraines De Reuilly Caserne De Reuilly Paris, PLUS two others both black and white. > Item Details
Full Plate Tintype of Country Grocery Store,
Lot # 188 - Full Plate Tintype of Country Grocery Store,
viewed on a winter's day, storefront bordered by a vacant lot and sidewalk, with store owners in view, 5" x 7". > Item Details
Large Format Albumen of the <i>Commonwealth Minstrels, Ashtabula, Ohio</i>,
Lot # 180 - Large Format Albumen of the Commonwealth Minstrels, Ashtabula, Ohio,
who traveled from May 1, 1876, until 1877 by wagon, touring many destinations. The company was lead by Ame Lampman, and consisted of many members including Chas Leek, an African American man and Chas Richardson, (viewed in the photograph), among many others. A fine photograph of 11 members, many wit... > Item Details
1892 <i>Cram's Universal Atlas...</i>,
Lot # 386 - 1892 Cram's Universal Atlas...,
Geographical, Astronomical and Historical..., 1892, George F. Cram, New York City and Chicago, small folio in embossed brown cloth boards, 436pp. > Item Details
Ohio Auction Handbill for 1923 Sawmill and Lumber,
Lot # 315 - Ohio Auction Handbill for 1923 Sawmill and Lumber,
6" x 9", dated June 9, 1923, at Washington Court House, Ohio, with Col. Scott as auctioneer. > Item Details
Scarce Books on Mormons,
Lot # 105 - Scarce Books on Mormons,
lot of seven, includes The Mormons, or Latter-Day Saints, in the Valley of The Great Salt Lake: A History of Their Rise and Progress, Peculiar Doctrines, Present Condition, and Prospects, Derived From Personal Observation, by Gunnison, J.W., Lieut., 1856, J.W. Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia, 12mo in... > Item Details
Manuscript <i>D.W. Daily Bill Book for 1844</i>,
Lot # 298 - Manuscript D.W. Daily Bill Book for 1844,
large 12mo in plain boards with calf spine with manuscript title D.W. Daily Bill Book for 1844, signed again in rear of book with Charleston and illegible state abbreviation, with 38 manuscript pages covering the years 1844-46. The first two pages are filled with different company names followed by ... > Item Details
William Lowrey, 1820s Missouri Land Surveyor Archive, Jefferson County, Ohio,
Lot # 285 - William Lowrey, 1820s Missouri Land Surveyor Archive, Jefferson County, Ohio,
lot of 32 manuscript and printed documents. These include a group of five manuscript documents all written, dictated and signed by William Lowrey acting as county attorney for Jefferson County, Ohio, and dealing with the case of H.H. Leavitt's election to the state senate, while serving as prosecuti... > Item Details
English Silhouette of Lt. Haslam, Worcestershire Militia, 1780,
Lot # 52 - English Silhouette of Lt. Haslam, Worcestershire Militia, 1780,
cut from laid paper with black backing, oval, 3.25" x 4.25" in period stamped brass over wood oval frame with inked inscription on reverse Lieut. Haslam/Capt. to the Worcestershire Militia/September 1780. > Item Details
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