Lot 127    

C.L. Cusick Albumen Cabinet Card of Indian Man, Tribe Unknown, Probably Oto,
2008, Spring Historic Americana, June 5 & 6, 2008
with Arkansas City, Kansas imprint, 6.5" x 4.25", ca 1885. A corn-shuck cigarillo is in the fingers of the man's left hand.

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Four pin holes, some small spots/stains.
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Albumen Photograph of Painting of <i>Bloody Lane, Antietam</i>,
Lot # 789 - Albumen Photograph of Painting of Bloody Lane, Antietam,
a 5" x 9.5" albumen print on original printed card stock, 7" x 9.5", showing a painting entitled After The Battle "Bloody Lane," Antietam photograph by J.D. Hope, Watkins, N.Y. after a painting by Capt. John Hope, with short description and a seven stanza poem printed on reverse about the battle. > Item Details
Figural Buffalo Bill Cincinnati Program,
Lot # 1037 - Figural Buffalo Bill Cincinnati Program,
an 8vo, 32pp illustrated self wrap, stylized in the shape of a buffalo on front and back cover, entitled Buffalo Bill's Wild West and Congress of Rough Riders of the World. Each page is highly illustrated with printed views and narratives regarding the experiences of the Rough Riders, including addi... > Item Details
Boudoir Card of <i>Tay-bo-man's Son, with His Squaw with War Costume</i>,
Lot # 176 - Boudoir Card of Tay-bo-man's Son, with His Squaw with War Costume,
signed in the negative by H.P.R(obinson), ca 1885. A Model 1873 Springfield carbine is grasped in the man's right hand. > Item Details
Civil War Coin Silver Presentation Pocket Watch, 1861,
Lot # 587 - Civil War Coin Silver Presentation Pocket Watch, 1861,
coin silver key wind hunters case engraved on back Presented To Capt. C.C. Tupper by D.B. Ellsworth and R.F. Gibson Oct. 25, 1861, front cover with shield form escutcheon engraved CC/T, enameled dial marked Rockford Watch Co./Illinois, movement marked L.C. Reisner/Mercersburg, Pa. 76916 and case mar... > Item Details
Scarce Wendell Willkie Enameled Porcelain Political Campaign Sign,
Lot # 709 - Scarce Wendell Willkie Enameled Porcelain Political Campaign Sign,
heading reads Win With Willkie. The Hope of Our Country porcelain enamel on steel sign, 11" x 16", letters in red and blue; line portrait in black. Likely used in a retail setting such as grocery store or filling station. Quite rare and unusual format for a political sign. > Item Details
Albumen Cabinet Card of Ponca Mother and Sons,
Lot # 140 - Albumen Cabinet Card of Ponca Mother and Sons,
with Johnson Studio, Kansas City, Mo. imprint, 6.5" x 4.25", ca 1890. 23. Ponca Indians is lettered in the negative at bottom of image. The woman's undecorated moccasins are of the type worn by Omaha women so the family is likely of mixed heritage. The younger boy is dressed more in the Ponca fashio... > Item Details
C.W. Carter CDV of Paiute Couple,
Lot # 79 - C.W. Carter CDV of Paiute Couple,
with Salt Lake City, Utah imprint, ca 1870, and an engraving of the Mormon Tabernacle, verso. Hand numbered, verso, Negative 698. Printed caption, recto: Pahute Jim and his adorable Squaw. Despite the intentionally derogatory caption, the true affection of this couple is clearly displayed in the hus... > Item Details
WWII European Theater Soldiers Photograph Album,
Lot # 1047 - WWII European Theater Soldiers Photograph Album,
cloth bound 7" x 7.25" photograph album with 155 silver gelatin photographs, most about 2" x 2.5", with a few larger. This album is an occupation album of Tech Sgt. Earl P. Medina, Third Army. Medina had been in Europe since March 1944, but all these images are post-German surrender or very near tha... > Item Details
Buffalo Bill's Coin Silver Elgin Pocket Watch,
Lot # 472 - Buffalo Bill's Coin Silver Elgin Pocket Watch,
hunters case with applied silver figure of a buffalo standing atop a globe with western hemisphere on back cover, front with jeweler's engraved escutcheon with Buffalo Bill and leaf surround, enameled dial marked Elgin Natl. Watch Co., case marked Fahys Coin, movement marked as dial and Elgin, Ill. ... > Item Details
Boudoir Card of <i>Sioux Indians Camping at Rushville, Nebraska,</i>
Lot # 277 - Boudoir Card of Sioux Indians Camping at Rushville, Nebraska,
where they came for supplies, 1884., lacking a maker's imprint. The title appears as a pencil inscription, verso. A mixed-blood man standing at center beside a wagon is identified on the print as Williams in pencil inscription. > Item Details
Three Civil War Relic Canes,
Lot # 585 - Three Civil War Relic Canes,
includes a two part cane with false horn tau form wood handle and tapered knobby shaft with stamped nickel ribbon banner reading G.A.R. 31st Encampment Buffalo, N.Y. 1897, with 1.5" brass and steel ferrule, total length 35", PLUS a single piece American hardwood with root mass knob engraved on taper... > Item Details
CDV of Pima or Papago Family,
Lot # 193 - CDV of Pima or Papago Family,
with H. Krause's Pioneer Gallery, Austin, Nev. imprint, ca 1868. > Item Details
Winter and Pond Boudoir Photograph of Kah-chuckte, Killispoo, Alaska,
Lot # 6 - Winter and Pond Boudoir Photograph of Kah-chuckte, Killispoo, Alaska,
identified in the negative with their 1895 copyright and their Juneau imprint on verso. Like Sagunaro Jake, he stands in front of his doorway in military style clothing, a sheriff's badge visible on his chest. A name board over his door touts his story, ending with: Now I ask not for Positions. Such... > Item Details
<i>Oldest Inhabitant</i> Union Pacific Railroad Display Plaque,
Lot # 452 - Oldest Inhabitant Union Pacific Railroad Display Plaque,
depicting a buffalo grazing in the plains, viewed in front of a mountainous countryside. Marquetry inlaid with various exotic woods, with attached etched brass plaque, entitled Oldest Inhabitant and the Union Pacific/The Overland Route, viewed on a period frame. Includes a seal entitled American Jo... > Item Details
Lot # 1337 - "Brotherhood of America" Chromolithograph Half Sheet Poster,
ca 22" x 28" with crossed U.S. flags, and 13 stars, each with vignette scene or symbol on interior, never filled out with name or dates, no printer. Founded in 1847 by George Lippard to be a "poor man's Masonry," it had both labor and Christian themes. > Item Details
Jackson Bros. CDV of Long Dog, Pawnee,
Lot # 108 - Jackson Bros. CDV of Long Dog, Pawnee,
with Omaha, Nebraska imprint, ca 1868. Identification from identical print in the National Anthropological Archives, neg. no. gn_01220a. The Pawnee tradition was for a young man to have his hair plucked out in late spring, leaving a central crest of "roached," or short-cropped hair, just before the ... > Item Details
Fine W.H. Jackson Cabinet Card of Mounted Cowboy,
Lot # 423 - Fine W.H. Jackson Cabinet Card of Mounted Cowboy,
marked in negative 3619 A Cow Boy, W.H.J. & Co., with Denver imprint on reverse. Image shows a young smiling cowboy in cotton shirt with bandana at neck, broad brimmed hat, fringed leather chaps, Civil War era holstered revolver at belt, horse with typical early, low back western leather working-typ... > Item Details
J. Savage's Engraving of Washington, by D. Edwin, after Peale,
Lot # 1198 - J. Savage's Engraving of Washington, by D. Edwin, after Peale,
full title is General George Washington Born Feb. 22, 1732 in Westmoreland County Virginia, and Died Dec. 14, 1799 at Mount Vernon, marked lower center Published by J. Savage 1800, and R. Peale, Pinx lower left and D. Edwin Jc lower right, Philadelphia. Stipple engraving, by David Edwin, after Rembr... > Item Details
Sixteen Books on Slavery and the African American Experience,
Lot # 1156 - Sixteen Books on Slavery and the African American Experience,
titles include 1st The Story of the Jubilee Singers by J.B.T. Marsh with supplement by F.J. Loudin, 1892, Cleveland, Ohio, The Cleveland Printing & Publishing Co., 12mo in embossed red cloth board, 311pp, PLUS 2nd The Aftermath of Slavery A Study of the Condition and Environment of the American Negr... > Item Details
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