Lot 259    

C.D. Kirkland Photographs of Cow-Boy Life
6/21/2012 - American History, Including the Civil War
Lot of 4 boudoir cards, each with C.D. Kirkland's Cheyenne, Wyoming imprint on mount recto and printed list of titles from Views of Cow-boy Life on verso. Lot includes the following titles, each written in the negative: No. 30, "Rounding Em Up"; No. 56, "General View of Round Up"; No. 64, Throwing a Calf; No. 72, Dragging Calf from the Herd

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Light, even toning to photographs and mounts; light, scattered spotting. 
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Louis-Joseph de Montcalm de Saint-Veran, French General, Seven Years' War, ANS
Lot # 306 - Louis-Joseph de Montcalm de Saint-Veran, French General, Seven Years' War, ANS
ANS, 1p, 6 x 7.75 in., Carillon, 25 September 1759. Approved Feb. 1759. In French. Montcalm de Saint-Veran, Louis-Joseph de (1712-1759). Montcalm is best known for his spirited defense of Canada against the British during the French and Indian War. He was defeated and mortally wounded in the Battle ... > Item Details
Joseph Kossuth Dixon Group of American Indian Photographs
Lot # 223 - Joseph Kossuth Dixon Group of American Indian Photographs
Lot of 9 silver gelatin prints on paper of scenes made by Joseph Kossuth Dixon and his team of photographers during the "Last Great Council" extravaganza at Crow Agency, MT, in 1909. Most of these appear as illustrations in Dixon's The Vanishing Race; each a 5 x 8 in. image o... > Item Details
Will Soule Cabinet Photograph of Arapaho Camp
Lot # 199 - Will Soule Cabinet Photograph of Arapaho Camp
Albumen print on cream cabinet card mount, family sits outside large buffalo skin tipi, brave stands behind, wearing bone breastplate and holding heart cutout tomahawk. With Soule's Fort Sill block studio imprint and pencil identification verso, ca 1870. > Item Details
Richard Throssel Photograph, <i>The Sentinel</i>
Lot # 224 - Richard Throssel Photograph, The Sentinel
Nicely toned silver gelatin print with Throssel's copyright written in negative lower left, 6 x 8 in., housed in original frame with new backing, 6.75 x 8.75 in. Ca 1907.  > Item Details
Chief Joseph Photograph by D.F. Barry
Lot # 171 - Chief Joseph Photograph by D.F. Barry
Silver gelatin photograph of Nez Perce Chief Joseph, 6 x 8 in. (sight), mounted in cardstock with closing cover, 9 x 13 in., photograph and mount include Barry's blindstamp, portrait also signed in white ink Barry Photo, plus cardstock folder's verso features an attached, illustrated biograp... > Item Details
<i>Go-Won-Go Mohawk</i>, Indian Princess & Wild West Show Performer, Personal Knife, Medal, & Photographs
Lot # 293 - Go-Won-Go Mohawk, Indian Princess & Wild West Show Performer, Personal Knife, Medal, & Photographs
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Chief Crow King Photograph by D.F. Barry
Lot # 181 - Chief Crow King Photograph by D.F. Barry
Silver gelatin photograph of Sioux Chief Crow King in U.S. Major's Army jacket with bone breast plate, 5.5 x 9.25 in., mounted in cardstock with closing cover, 8.5 x 14 in., photograph and mount include Barry's blindstamp, plus cardstock folder's verso features printed paper stamp advert... > Item Details
CSN Engineer Benjamin S. Herring Archive, 1853-1891
Lot # 355 - CSN Engineer Benjamin S. Herring Archive, 1853-1891
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Civil War Lithograph, <i>Volunteer Refreshment Saloon</i>, Philadelphia, Blindstamped by B.S. Brown
Lot # 61 - Civil War Lithograph, Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, Philadelphia, Blindstamped by B.S. Brown
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Charles J. Belden Photograph of Cowboys Rounding Up Cattle
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Silver gelatin photograph, unmarked, but by Charles Belden, of three cowboys rounding up young cattle.  Ca 1910s-1940s, 8 x 10 in. Charles J. Belden (1888-1963) was born in San Francisco into a wealthy California family. He developed a life-long passion for photography when he purchased his ... > Item Details
Nathaniel D. Hackett, Wisconsin 1st Heavy Artillery, Civil War and Personal Archive
Lot # 325 - Nathaniel D. Hackett, Wisconsin 1st Heavy Artillery, Civil War and Personal Archive
330 items, dating from 1860-1947. While serving in the 1st Wisconsin Battery, Light Artillery, Davis Hackett kept in close correspondence with his family at home. An upstanding young man, Hackett received 74 letters while in the service that provide a glimpse into how communities remained connected... > Item Details
Will Soule Cabinet Photographs of Apache Indian Chiefs
Lot # 217 - Will Soule Cabinet Photographs of Apache Indian Chiefs
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Fine Civil War-Era 34-Star Flag Featuring American Eagle and <i>Blood Stripe</i>
Lot # 74 - Fine Civil War-Era 34-Star Flag Featuring American Eagle and Blood Stripe
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Pat Garrett Signed Gold and Copper Mining Stock Certificate
Lot # 302 - Pat Garrett Signed Gold and Copper Mining Stock Certificate
Stock certificate from The Alabama Gold and Copper Mining Company of Jarilla, New Mexico, dated Dec. 12th, 1899 for 200 shares assigned to P.F. Garrett, signed by the President, I.M. Llewellyn and the secretary P.F. Garrett. 8 x 10 in. Patrick Floyd Garrett was born in Alabama in 1850. Although t... > Item Details
Mexican War Sash Worn by William Rhodes Reynolds, Plus Post-War CDV
Lot # 4 - Mexican War Sash Worn by William Rhodes Reynolds, Plus Post-War CDV
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Elmer Ellsworth / Francis Brownell Commemorative Ferrotype
Lot # 25 - Elmer Ellsworth / Francis Brownell Commemorative Ferrotype
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Simon Kenton DS, 1813
Lot # 313 - Simon Kenton DS, 1813
Simon Kenton (1755-1836). American frontiersman and Indian fighter. Partially printed indenture, 2pp, April 24, 1813, between Kenton, living then in Champaign County, Ohio, and Richard Durrett of Mason County, Kentucky, transferring Kenton's land in Mason County to Durrett for $3,000. > Item Details
J.N. Choate Cabinet Card of American Horse
Lot # 189 - J.N. Choate Cabinet Card of American Horse
Cabinet photograph of American Horse Sioux Chief, as identified on mount below image, with J.N. Choate's Carlisle, PA backmark. > Item Details
Virginia Daguerreotypes by R.G. Montgomery & C.S. Middlebrook
Lot # 111 - Virginia Daguerreotypes by R.G. Montgomery & C.S. Middlebrook
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Will of Revolutionary War Hero Thomas Key
Lot # 360 - Will of Revolutionary War Hero Thomas Key
Thomas Key (1750-1821) settled in the Edgefield, S.C. area. He served as a Captain in Col. LeRoy Hammond’s regiment during the Revolutionary War. An historical marker at Horn’s Creek notes that Key "...Attacked a party of Tories under the command of Captain Clark. The Tories were de... > Item Details
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