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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1943; with titles: Ours To Fight For Freedom From Want, Save Freedom of Worship/ Buy War Bonds, Ours to Fight For/ Freedom from Fear and Save Freedom of Speech/ Buy War Bonds. Each with pasted U.S. Office of War Administration label at margins. Each title in half sheet, 40" x 28.25". > Item Details
Silver Gelatin of Cheyenne Indians on Horseback,
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Cabinet Card of Unidentified Indian Woman, Probably Omaha,
Lot # 115 - Cabinet Card of Unidentified Indian Woman, Probably Omaha,
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10 Civil War and Political Engravings from <i>Puck, Leslie's & Harpers</i>,
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Two Partially Printed CSA Pay Vouchers,
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Lot # 61 - CDV of the Little Bird Hunter (Ma-za-oo-nie), Dakota Boy,
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Two Gettysburg Relic Battlefield Canes,
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O. Pierre Havens Stereograph of <i>Black Horse, Wife and Child in Native Costume</i>, Comanches,
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A.W. Barker CDV of <i>Partee</i>, Called John Wilson, Head Chief of the Ottawa,
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CDV of Maori Woman,
Lot # 968 - CDV of Maori Woman,
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W.E. Tinsley Art Co. Pair of Cabinet Cards of <i>Maggie Jackson, Kiowa</i> with Three Children,
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Two Cabinet Cards of African American Civil War Vets with GAR Medal,
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Fine D.F. Barry Photograph of the Paddle-Wheel Steamer <i>Rosebud</i>,
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Scarce L.S. Hazeltine Boudoir Photograph of Indians in Montana Territory,
Lot # 276 - Scarce L.S. Hazeltine Boudoir Photograph of Indians in Montana Territory,
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Karl Bodmer Aquatint Engraving: Vig. XX, <i>Chief of the Gros-Ventres of the Prairies</i>,
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Lot # 313 - Boudoir card of Pine Ridge Agency, S.D.,
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