JOHNSON, Andrew. "Message of the President of the United States, Communication, In compliance with a resolution of the Senate of December 21, 1866, information upon what charges and for what reasons Jefferson Davis is still held in confinement, and why he has not been put upon his trial." Senate Ex. Doc. No. 7, Washington, Jan. 5, 1866. 8vo, disbound, 4pp.
Booklet: "Jefferson Davis. First and Only President of the Confederate States of America. Born June 3, 1808 - Died Dec. 6, 1889. Proceedings incident to the Celebration, on June 3, 1908, in the City of Montgomery, of the One Hundredth Anniversary of his birth." Montgomery, AL: 1908. 16mo, printed paper wraps, stapled spine, 8pp.
Program for the Semi-Centennial of the Formation of the Confederacy and of the Inauguration of Jefferson Davis...Montgomery, AL, 18 Feb. 1911. 12mo, 4pp.
Ephemera associated with the Jefferson Davis monument, New Orleans, LA, unveiled 22 Feb. 1911.
Order form for tickets to the Monumental Task Committee. Approx. 6 x 9 in.
Receipt from the Jefferson Davis Monument Association, Picture Committee, United Daughters of the Confederacy, for Mrs. Beham, for $25 from the sale of Confederate pictures by the Ladies Confederate Memorial Association of New Orleans, LA.
Souvenir Booklet: Unveiling of the Jefferson Davis Monument at Jefferson Davis Parkway on Wednesday, February 22, 1911. Jefferson Davis Monument Assn., New Orleans, LA. 8vo, printed paper wraps, 40pp.
Ribbon and celluloid button. Latter with the statue/monument and "Jefferson Davis" on it. Ribbon with "Arrangement / Jefferson Davis Monument / Unveiled February 22nd, 1911, New Orleans, LA."
Color postcard of the monument in the park in New Orleans, published by John F. Toulmin, Inc., New Orleans, LA. Unused.
Invitation to a reception at the Museum of the Confederacy (Richmond, VA) held in celebration of the anniversary of the birth of Jefferson Davis, 4.5 x 6 in. 3 June 1981.
FEDER, Sid. Longhorns and Short Tales of Old Victoria and the Gulf Coast. Victoria, TX: Victoria Advocate Publishing Co.. 1958. 8vo, paperback, 130pp. With manuscript notes on pp. 29, 39, 50 and 71, one concerns the U.S. Army Camel Corps, which was the idea of then-Secretary of War, Jefferson Davis. P. 29: "The camels camped for weeks in "Camels Mott in Buena Vista Plantation. Mama told us of being allowed to ride them. Maj. Wayne, the commander of the enterprise was a guest of Grandma's." Davis was also the one who appointed Wayne as commander of the Corps.
All in very good condition.
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