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Thursday, September 29, 2022
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Lot 54 • Cherbury F. Lothrop, The 16th Maine Volunteers, First Day at the Battle of Gettysburg, oil, circa 1900. Estimate $15,000 to $25,000.
(AMERICAN INDIANS.) George Catlin.
Catlin's North American Indian Portfolio.
(ALASKA.) Adolphus W. Greely.
The author's working copy with manuscript revisions of his "Handbook of Alaska."
"Ledger art" self-portrait by the Sioux leader Crow Dog, made during his murder trial,
Scrapbook kept by the notorious Indian impersonator Edgar Laplante, a.k.a. Chief White Elk.
(AMERICAN INDIANS.) George Catlin.
North American Indians.
Exposition of Indian Tribal Arts, Grand Central Art Galleries.
Poster for a Sun Dance to be held at D-Q University in California.
(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Nathaniel Whitefield.
Whitefield's Almanack for the Year of Our Lord 1760.
Volume of the Pennsylvania Gazette, complete for 1772.
(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1775.) "John Anderson."
Anderson Improved: Being an Almanack, and Ephemeris, for the Year of our Lord 1775.
Issue of the Massachusetts Gazette, two weeks before Lexington and Concord.
Loyalty petition from what is now Portland, Maine.
(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1775.) Samuel Stearns.
The North-American's Almanack, and Gentleman's and Lady's Diary, for . . . 1776.
Bill for maintenance on Philadelphia's wetlands "when the English was here."
(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1779.) State of New Hampshire.
Broadside on "a new Proportion to be a Guide for paying Taxes in this State."
An Act for Filling Up and Compleating this State’s Quota of the Continental Army.
(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1781.) State of New Hampshire.
An Act for Raising . . . Beef, Towards the Support of the Continental Army.
The New Game of the American Revolution.
(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRINTS.) D.C. Johnston, lithographer.
A New Method of Macarony Making, as Practised at Boston.
(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRINTS.) Henry S. Sadd; after Matteson.
The First Prayer in Congress, September 1774,
Papers of critic and curator Charles M. Kurtz.
(ART.) F. Luis Mora, artist.
Shaw Prize poster from the Salmagundi Club, signed by its members.
Invitation to the formal opening of the 1913 Armory Show, the first major modern art exhibition in America.
Small but substantial archive of Hugo Eckener, the Zeppelin company, and the Hindenburg disaster.
(BIBLE.) Michael Zinman, compiler.
The American Bible: Original Leaves from Rare and Historic Bibles Printed in the Colonies
(BIBLE IN ENGLISH.)
The New Testament of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
(BIBLE IN ENGLISH.)
The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments.
(BIBLE IN ENGLISH.) Noah Webster, translator.
The Holy Bible . . . with Amendments of the Language.
(CALIFORNIA.) Guadalupe Victoria.
A decree to form cavalry companies in the Californias.
(CALIFORNIA.) Valentín Gómez Farías.
Order to secularize the missions of Alta and Baja California.
(CALIFORNIA.) Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna.
Decree implementing the secularization of the California missions.
(CALIFORNIA.) John Haile Jr.
Long and detailed letter from a newly arrived Forty-Niner in San Francisco.
(CALIFORNIA.) J. Carl Ludwig Fleischmann.
Neueste officielle Berichte . . . über die Lage und Zukunst Californiens.
(CALIFORNIA.) Philipp Zimmermann.
Diary of the chief engineer of a Gold Rush-era San Francisco-Panama steamship, with other papers.
(CALIFORNIA.) Rufus A. Lockwood.
The Vigilance Committee of San Francisco: Metcalf vs. Argenti et al.
A True and Minute History of the Assassination of James King.
Trial of David S. Terry by the Committee of Vigilance, San Francisco.
Sacramento City Directory for 1882.
(CALIFORNIA.) Stephen J. Field.
Personal Reminiscences of Early Days in California, with Other Sketches.
Collection of pencil sketches by Will Benshoff of the Arcade Sketch Club of Pasadena.
Poster for Cinco de Mayo celebration at Los Angeles City College featuring Teatro Campesino.
(CANADA.) Charles Forbes.
Prize Essay. Vancouver Island: Its Resources and Capabilities, as a Colony.
The Cabinet of Nature, or, Animal World Displayed.
(CHILDREN'S BOOKS.) [William Cowper.]
The Diverting History of John Gilpin.
Cabinet card of Ko K'un-hua, Harvard's first professor of Chinese language.
(CIVIL RIGHTS.) [Samuel W. Thompson; designer.]
Souvenir spoon commemorating the life of Frederick Douglass.
Pair of early New York civil rights pamphlets.
An Appeal to You . . . to March on Washington.
(CIVIL WAR.) Josiah M. Lucas.
A congressional insider describes the mood as secession spreads.
Military pass issued in Union-held Virginia for "Mr. Watt's Negro man Henry."
(CIVIL WAR.) Erskine M. Camp.
Register of travel requisitions and vendor licenses from the Soldiers' Rest in Washington.
(CIVIL WAR.) Ulric Dahlgren.
Contemporary photographs of his orders to assassinate Jefferson Davis.
War-date calling card printed for General Herron of the Army of the Frontier.
(CIVIL WAR--ART.) "C.F.L." [Cherbury F. Lothrop?]
The 16th Maine Volunteers, First Day at the Battle of Gettysburg.
(CIVIL WAR--ART.) John Richard.
Sketchbook kept by a well-known soldier/artist during the last months of the war.
(CIVIL WAR--COLORED TROOPS.) David Hunter.
Order from the Department of the South, drafting "all negroes in private service."
(CIVIL WAR--COLORED TROOPS.)
Report on the Battle of Fort Wagner in the New-York Tribune.
(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) Howell Cobb.
Letter written as United States Secretary of the Treasury, supporting secession.
Charleston Mercury Extra . . . The Union is Dissolved!
(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) Charles B. Tebbs Jr.
Letter dismissing the Virginia Secession Convention as "demagogues & imbeciles."
Muster roll of Virginia's Loudoun Guards from very early in the war.
Confederate postmaster's appointment notification letter from early in the war.
(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) John S. McNulty.
Letters from a civilian saddler for the Confederate cavalry in the Shenandoah Valley.
(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) Robert E. Lee.
Proclamation "To the People of Maryland."
Pass issued to a wagoneer by order of Stonewall Jackson on the eve of Antietam.
(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) E.W. Drummond.
Diary of a Maine transplant to Savannah, captured at Fort Pulaski and imprisoned in New York.
Reminiscences of Confederate soldier's wife Mary Drummond, with related family papers.
(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) Nancy White.
Letter by one of General Wild's infamous female hostages.
The Life and Death of Jeff. Davis, being an Awful Warning to all Traitors . . . in Five Expressive Tableaux.
The Last Ditch of the Chivalry, or a President in Petticoats.
Unrecorded Jefferson Davis caricature carte-de-visite, "The Last Ditch."
Oath of loyalty to the United States sworn by a released Confederate veteran.
(CIVIL WAR--HISTORY.) Abner Doubleday.
His personal copy, marked with revisions, of his book "Chancellorsville and Gettysburg,"
Scrapbook kept by Abraham Jonas, an early Jewish settler of Quincy, IL who had sons fighting on both sides.
Large archive of Lt. Palmer Judkins of the 60th Indiana Volunteers, at Vicksburg and beyond.
Photograph of blind Civil War veteran Charles Springer Myers with his son.
Broadside proclaiming martial law in Covington in response to Morgan's Raid.
Broadside poem titled "Roll of Company F, 10th Maine Volunteers, at Relay, Md."
Secessionist recruitment broadside issued in the wake of the Baltimore Riot to the "People of Baltimore!"
The Lexington of 1861.
(CIVIL WAR--MARYLAND.) Nathaniel P. Banks.
To Persons Having Claims against the United States for Damages Done to their Property
Recruiting broadside for the Maryland Home Brigade.
Union soldier's letter with map of the Potomac on verso.
(CIVIL WAR--MARYLAND.) Thomas H. Ruger.
Broadside establishing Union military law in fortified Frederick, Maryland.
Record books of the 2nd Maryland Infantry, Company F, including morning reports and clothing accounts.
(CIVIL WAR--MARYLAND.) Horace Resley.
To the Voters of Allegany County.
Order to secure loyalty oaths and punish secessionists in Frederick, Maryland.
Broadside for a court martial of an officer in Smith's Independent Cavalry.
Soldier's Memorial, Company I, First Regiment, Maryland Veteran Volunteer Infantry.
"Easel Monument" memorial broadside to two fallen soldiers from the Stephy family.
(CIVIL WAR--MARYLAND.) C.E. Goldsborough.
The unpublished reminiscences of a Civil War surgeon.
(CIVIL WAR--MASSACHUSETTS.) Alfred Ordway, artist.
Commissary Department, Encampment of the Mass. 6th Regiment . . . at the Relay House.
Pair of items from the 38th Massachusetts: a pencil sketch, and a field-printed Christmas menu.
(CIVIL WAR--MISSOURI.) J. Tilden Moulton.
Two civilian letters on the violence of war-era Missouri, and three written as a soldier.
Group of Civil War sheet music.
A Sketch of the History . . . of the Famous Confederate Ram Merrimac . . . Canes Manufactured
(CIVIL WAR--NEW YORK.)
Scrapbook of the famed 69th New York Infantry--the famed "Fighting Irish."
(CIVIL WAR--NEW YORK.)
Notice for a "War Meeting . . . to organize and fill up the Corcoran Brigade."
(CIVIL WAR--NEW YORK.)
Don't Unchain the Tiger!
(CIVIL WAR--NEW YORK.) Nicholas Ecker.
Long run of letters by a 44-year-old private from Montgomery County.
(CIVIL WAR--NEW YORK.) John W. Barrett.
Observant diary of an older soldier discussing freedmen and raids behind enemy lines.
(CIVIL WAR--NEW YORK.)
Letters to a Cayuga County woman on Lincoln, Douglas Hospital and more.
An 11th Ohio sergeant's notebook and diary from Chickamauga and beyond.
(CIVIL WAR--OHIO.) Charles A. Dean.
Extensive letters from a discharged veteran in Cincinnati during and after the war.
(CIVIL WAR--OHIO.) John Hering.
Diary of an officer in a 100-day unit who fought at the Battle of New Creek Station.
(CIVIL WAR-PENNSYLVANIA.) James Queen, artist and lithographer.
Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon of Philadelphia.
Photographs of the officers of the 104th Pennsylvania Infantry.
(CIVIL WAR--PENNSYLVANIA.) James Queen, artist.
In Memory of Volunteers "in Defence of the Union" who have Died at the Hospital
(CIVIL WAR--PENNSYLVANIA.) Thomas P. Kinsey.
Two letters written in proximity to the Battle of Antietam, and other family papers.
(CIVIL WAR--PHOTOGRAPHY.) Alexander Gardner.
Completely Silenced! Dead Confederate Artillery Men . . . After the Battle of Antietam.
The Little Zouave: "Up Boys and at Them."
The Outbreak of the Rebellion in the United States 1861.
Correspondence copy book for the Union prison at Fort Mifflin.
(CIVIL WAR--RHODE ISLAND.)
Militia recruitment broadside titled "General Orders No. 8."
(CIVIL WAR--RHODE ISLAND.) J.P. Newell, artist.
Lovell General Hospital, U.S.A., Portsmouth Grove, R.I., View from Dyer's Island.
(CIVIL WAR--SECRET SERVICE.) Louis P. Stone.
A Secret Service member recounts his exploits in detail.
(CIVIL WAR--SECRET SERVICE.) Lafayette C. Baker.
To Arms! To Arms! 100 Dollars Bounty!
(CIVIL WAR--TEXAS.) J. Bankhead Magruder.
Group of 5 manuscript "Special Orders" for the District of Texas, New Mexico and Arizona.
(CIVIL WAR--TEXAS.) Mary J. Hamilton.
A Texas Unionist's wife asks permission to join him in New Orleans.
Contract for a Texas railroad to serve the Confederacy, signed by a general.
(CIVIL WAR--TEXAS.) Benjamin S. Roberts.
A Union general complains to his Confederate counterpart about his abuse of flags of truce.
A wounded Confederate's request for light duty, bounced up for the signatures of two Major Generals.
Discharge certificate for a Texas soldier in the Arizona Brigade in the chaotic last days of the war.
Read! Committees, Soldiers' & Sailors' Republican National Convention.
(CIVIL WAR--WISCONSIN.) [Holden R. Smith?]
Diaries of a 1st Wisconsin Cavalry sergeant through Sherman's Atlanta Campaign.
(CIVIL WAR--WISCONSIN.) Charles J. Lind.
Extensive memoir of his service in the famed Iron Brigade of the West.
Issue of the Boston Weekly News-Letter with news of fighting on the Georgia-Florida coast.
U.S. Constitution, Centennial Souvenir.
The Trial of Cyrus B. Dean for the Murder of Jonathan Ormsby and Asa Marsh.
Group of pamphlets and ephemera regarding the murder trial of the nefarious Rev. Ephraim Avery.
1000 Dollars Reward!! . . . of the Person or Persons, Who . . . Did Shoot and Murder Burrill Arnold.
(CRIME.) Pinkerton's National Detective Agency.
American Bankers Association, Book of Photographs.
(DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.) John Binns, engraver.
Declaration of Independence.
(DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.) J.H. Bufford, lith.
Declaration of Independence . . . Executed Entirely with a Pen by Gilman R. Russell.
(DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.) Duval after R. Morris Swander.
The Declaration of Independence . . . Allegorical Portrait of Washington.
(DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.) William H. Pratt, artist.
Declaration of Independence.
(DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.) W.R. Knapp, photographer.
An untraced reproduction of the manuscript Declaration and Trumbull painting.
(DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.)
Cabinet card of bookbinder George Maier with his son and apprentice.
(EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Robert Dodsley, editor.
Select Fables of Aesop and other Fabulists.
(EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINTS.)
Group of 5 pamphlets published in 5 different towns.
(EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Henry Gardner.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts . . . by Virtue of . . . an Act for Apportioning and Assessing.
(FLAGS.) Dennison Manufacturing Company.
Advertisement for flags sold by S.S. Thorp & Co.
Histoire de la Conqueste de la Floride, par les Espagnols, sous Ferdinand de Soto.
The Constitution of the Navy Club at Key West.
(FLORIDA.) Albion M. Windhorst, photographer.
View of the military base at Mullet Key, now the site of Fort De Soto Park in Tampa.
(FOOD & DRINK.) Oliver Cromwell Rood.
Daybook of a Vermont distillery selling copious amounts of gin.
(FOOD & DRINK.) Lucy Emerson.
The New-England Cookery.
(BENJAMIN FRANKLIN.) Edward Savage, engraver; after Martin.
Benjamin Franklin L.L.D., F.R.S.
(BENJAMIN FRANKLIN.) Pierre-Michel Alix, after Carle van Loo.
Observations on Certain Documents . . . in which the Charge of Speculation against Alexander Hamilton . . .
Papers of Charles Dana, who launched Hawaii's first bank in 1854.
Group of 3 early Hawaiian newspapers.
Letter describing a circular wolf hunt on the prairie, undertaken jointly by white settlers and American Indians.
(IRAN-CONTRA.) Claude Chauffard.
Letter from a French mercenary arrested in Costa Rica for aiding the Nicaraguan Contra rebels.
Archive of trailblazing New York lawyer George Yamaoka.
(JUDAICA.) Isaac Leeser, translator.
The Twenty-Four Books of the Holy Scriptures, Carefully Translated
(JUDAICA). Moses Lopez.
A Lunar Calendar, of the Festivals, and other Days in the Year, Observed by the Israelites.
(JUDAICA.) Isaac Leeser, editor.
The Book of Daily Prayers for Every Day in the Year,
Justicia para los Campesinos! TFWU, Marchamos por la Igualdad!
Group of 4 United Farm Workers posters.
The Charter Granted by their Majesties King William and Queen Mary, to . . . Massachusetts-Bay in New-England
Group of early printings of state and colonial laws.
Group of 5 early American printings of books on law.
Wide-Awake Head Quarters . . . General Order No. 4.
Chautauqua Democrat Extra assassination broadside.
Group of 11 military general orders announcing Lincoln's death and funeral.
Group of 3 orders to a Pennsylvania officer from the time of the Lincoln procession in Philadelphia.
Order posting postal clerks to guard the Postmaster General's house shortly after the assassination.
Mourning card titled "In Memory of Abraham Lincoln . . . Requiescat in Pace!"
Dirge, "Unveil thy Bosom, Faithful Tomb" as Sung at the Funeral Ceremonies of the Late President . . . at Springfield.
(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Thomas H. Nelson.
An American envoy's letter explaining the reaction to the assassination in Chile.
Collection of autographs by some of those select few who were at Lincoln's deathbed.
(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Albert E.H. Johnson.
Letter regarding "the papers found upon the person of President Lincoln."
(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Ambrose E. Burnside.
Endorsement letter for Marshall's famed portrait of Lincoln.
(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) S. Klaber & Co.; after Volk.
Bronze bust of Lincoln.
Going Fine Since 1889: Ellen E. Armstrong, Magician and Cartoonist Extraordinary.
Collection of material on the transatlantic telegraph cable and the SS Great Eastern.
Rare printing of the Pennsylvania Dutch "Spiritual Labyrinth" broadside, accompanied by manuscript recipes and spells.
The Tears of Son Dropt upon the Grave of his Honoured Mother, Mrs. Deborah Searle of Dorchester.
(MASSACHUSETTS.) Samuel Hill, engraver.
Membership certificate in the Massachusetts Mechanic Association.
Register of sermons, baptisms and deaths at the Dorchester South Meeting House.
By-laws and minute book of the Georgetown Village Band.
(MASSACHUSETTS.) [G. Dubois, artist and lithographer.]
View of an encampment of the Independent Boston Fusiliers.
Satirical broadside for a Fourth of July parade in Springfield.
Long run of letters from a hard-pressed Cape Cod codfishing captain to his ship's owners.
(MEDICINE.) Calvin Cutter.
The Female Guide, Containing Facts and information upon the Effects of Masturbation . . . &c, &c.
Broadside for Andrews' Rheumatic Liniment.
(MEXICAN WAR.) Henry D. Page.
A dramatic first-hand account of an American soldier's capture, near-execution, and escape.
Statement on the Siege of Fort Texas, with later rosters and receipts of the Texas Rangers.
Volume of the New York Weekly Herald with extensive illustrated coverage of the war.
(MEXICAN WAR.) Winfield Scott.
General Orders on the court martial and executions of the San Patricios who had defected to Mexico.
(MORMONS.) John Taylor.
An Answer to Some False Statements and Misrepresentations Made by the Rev. Robert Heys.
(MORMONS.) [Robert P. Crawford.]
[An Index, or Reference, to the Second and Third Editions of the Book of Mormon.]
Summons issued to Joseph Smith and others to appear as witnesses in an Illinois court case.
(MORMONS.) Joseph Smith, Jr.
The Voice of Truth.
Reply of Joseph Smith to the Letter of J. A. B--- of A---n House, New York.
(MORMONS.) Jedediah Morgan Grant.
The Truth for the Mormons . . . Read it Through
(MORMONS.) Cynthia A. Rogers.
Letter by a young second wife in a frontier settlement in Arizona.
Group of illustrated military sheet music.
Albums chronicling the life of drummer Billy Gussak.
Pair of large early photographs of the United States Naval Academy.
Papers of Lieutenant James C. Williamson, regarding service in China in the Second Opium War and more.
(NEW HAMPSHIRE.) Oliver Holmes.
Diary of an exasperated Francestown schoolteacher.
Family papers of Judge Anthony J. Blanchard of Salem, New York.
Group of 6 early broadsides and newspapers from rural Salem, New York, some unrecorded.
Lord's Prayer memorial broadside in honor of a New York boy.
(NEW YORK.) Asa Lee Davison.
Pair of Independence Day orations not recorded in any library.
(NEW YORK.) Cadwallader D. Colden.
Memoir . . . of the Completion of the New York Canals,
(NEW YORK.) Thomas T. Doughty, artist.
United States Military Academy, West Point from Fort Clinton.
(NEW YORK CITY.)
First Report of the Bank for Savings in the City of New York.
(NEW YORK CITY.)
Statue of Liberty, American Committee Model.
(NEW YORK CITY)
Album of diorama preparation photos for the American Museum of Natural History and elsewhere.
(NEW YORK CITY--BROOKLYN.)
Invitation to opening ceremonies of the Brooklyn Bridge.
(NEW YORK CITY--BROOKLYN.) John Dunlap Wells.
Diaries of a distinguished Presbyterian pastor, with a letter from Theodore Roosevelt.
(NEW YORK CITY--BROOKLYN.)
Group of printed power-plant specification books for the Brooklyn Heights Railroad Co. and related works.
(NEW YORK--LONG ISLAND.)
Stud book for a horse owned by the Proprietor of Gardiner's Island.
(NEW YORK--LONG ISLAND.)
Extensive family papers of Dorothy Post Jones, descendant of a distinguished Brookhaven family.
"Constitution of the New York State Council" issued by a state chapter of the secretive Know Nothing Party.
(PRESIDENTS--1800 CAMPAIGN.) Uriah Tracy.
An important letter on the contentious 1800 election.
A Catalogue of the Second Exhibition of Paintings, in the Athenaeum Gallery
Protection to American Industry: Candidates for President and Vice-President.
Vote Against Schlosser! Vote Against Yale! . . . Vote for Roosevelt for the Senate.
Wedding book of Earl Miller (Eleanor Roosevelt's bodyguard and alleged lover), signed by the Roosevelts as guests.
Certification of Roosevelt's victory over Hoover, signed by the four tellers of the Electoral College.
It's Time to Change: FDR Deserts Negro; Embraces Truman.
Report of the Engineers, on the Reconnoissance and Surveys, made in Reference to the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road.
American Car and Foundry Co., Catalog C.
Black Republican and Office-Holder's Journal.
Composite photograph titled "Louisiana Constitutional Convention of 1867 and 68."
Awful Disclosure! Murderers Exposed; Downfall of Popery; Death-Bed Confession . . . of the Right Rev. Bishop McMurray.
Celebration of the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Founding of Brown University,
Group of 3 illustrated membership certificates, including the first engraved view of Providence.
(RHODE ISLAND.) J.H. Daniels, lithographer; after E. Ackermann.
Street view of Scholfield's Commercial College.
Set of Rhode Island Historical Tracts, including the coveted "Bills of Credit or Money of Rhode Island."
(RHODE ISLAND.) Sidney Rider, editor.
Nearly complete set of the quirky literary-historical biweekly magazine Book Notes.
Group of 20 pieces of Rhode Island-related sheet music, most of it illustrated.
Group of 3 Rhode Island disaster songsheets.
Group of 10 broadsides, including carrier addresses and more.
Group of 23 textile labels from Rhode Island mills.
(SCIENCE & ENGINEERING.)
Notebooks kept by analytical chemist Thomas Hall Garrett during the Civil War and beyond.
(SCIENCE & ENGINEERING.) Ezra Weld.
Patent exploitation license for an early American washing machine.
(SLAVERY & ABOLITION.)
Life and Opinions of Julius Melbourn.
(SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) Martin M. Lawrence, photographer.
Portrait of John Brown.
(SLAVERY & ABOLITION.)
"The Contrabands at Washington," a long account of the reading of the Emancipation Proclamation,
Photographs, ephemera, and equipment from the Anglo-American Baseball Association.
Pair of works on the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club.
Stud broadside for "The Thorough-Bred Trotting Stallion Dick Thunderbolt!"
Family papers of Thomas C. Ryall, a farmer in Shelbyville.
(TRAVEL.) [Zadok Cramer.]
The Navigator; Containing Directions for Navigating the Monongahela, Alleghany, Ohio, and Mississippi Rivers.
(TRAVEL.) Timothy Dwight.
Travels in New-England and New-York.
The Circular, Devoted to the Sovereignty of Jesus Christ.
Photograph albums of textile machinery made by the Parks & Woolson Machine Company.
(WAR OF 1812.)
Volume of the Providence Gazette and Country Journal, covering the early months of the war.
Textile titled "The Resignation of Pres't Washington."
Washington's Farewell Address.
(GEORGE WASHINGTON.) [John J. Barralet, artist and engraver.]
[Commemoration of Washington.]
Odes to be Sung at the Celebration of Washington's Birth-Day, by the Washington Benevolent Society
(GEORGE WASHINGTON.) William F. Turner.
Letter to the president's great-grand-nephew, discussing his sale of Mount Vernon.
Extensive archive of personal and family papers of Lincoln's Secretary of the Navy.
Papers of Gideon Welles
Engraved invitation to a White House dinner with "The President & Mrs. Lincoln."
Pass for President Lincoln's White House funeral.
(GIDEON WELLES.) Frederick Halpin, engraver; after Carpenter.
Engraved portrait of Lincoln, inscribed by the artist to Gideon Welles.
Ticket to the impeachment of Andrew Johnson.
Cane said to be made for Abraham Lincoln from the wood of Fort Sumter.
3-piece silver tea service owned by the Gideon Welles family.
Lincoln Club of Louisiana memorial resolution.
Go Ahead! Davy Crockett's 1837 Almanack of Wild Sports in the West.
(WEST.) Samuel Parker.
Journal of an Exploring Tour Beyond the Rocky Mountains.
(WEST.) Francis Parkman.
The California and Oregon Trail.
(WEST.) William H. Emory.
Report on the United States and Mexican Boundary Survey.
(WEST.) R.E. Fullerton.
An American Italy for Invalids: A Dissertation . . . of a Journey on the Plains, in the Rocky Mountains and Mexico,
Act of Incorporation of Wells, Fargo & Company
(WEST.) George G. Street.
Che! Wah! Wah! or, The Modern Montezumas in Mexico.
(WEST.) Hal Reid.
Custer's Last Fight: A New Historical Melodrama
Group of Western art and reference books, including two Harold McCracken limited editions.
Property of the Consolidated Silver Mining Company, Reese River and Union Districts, Nevada.