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Auctioneer Cordier Auctions & Appraisals 717-731-8662
Auction Date Nov 18 Auction
Location
1500 Paxton Street
Harrisburg, PA
Time 10:00AM
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PENNSYLVANIA HISTORICAL AND MUSEUM COMMISSION

DEACCESSION AUCTION

Saturday, November 18 at 10 AM

Preview Friday, November 17, 12-4 PM

Saturday 10 AM through Auction

1500 Paxton Street, Harrisburg, PA 17104

AUCTION INCLUDES: Items Deaccessioned from Several PHMC Sites Including: Drake Well Museum—Titusville; Ephrata Cloister—Ephrata; PA Lumber Museum—Galeton; Railroad Museum—Strasburg; The State Museum of PA and PA Archives—Harrisburg; Washington Crossing Historic Park; With Additions! FURNITURE: All day!! 1788 Decorated Blanket Chest; Set Centennial Dining Chairs; 1830’s Apothecary Cupboard Inscribed F.J. Jung MD; Spinning Wheel; Steer Horn Light Fixture; Washstand; Empire Desk; Tavern Table; Deacons Bench; Wingback Chairs. COLLECTIBLES/HISTORIC: Weathervanes incl Cut Steel Horse and Rider; Folk Art; Unusual Hand Painted Wood Shovel; Decorated Stoneware Crock; Leather Fireman’s Helmet; Sewing including Buttons, Lace; Textiles incl Antique Clothing; Advertising Tins; Weaving Shuttles; Farming Items; Antique Tools; Costume Jewelry; Kitchenware; English Wrought Iron Items; Staffordshire Figures; Basket; Oil Lamps; Glassware. BOOKS, PAPER, EPHEMERA: Railroad Time Tables; Photographs; Scrapbooks; Large Collection Advert Pinback Buttons; Political Items; 324 Glass Plate Negatives: NJ, NY, MI, incl aerial views; Books: Reference & Antique; Maps. OTHER: Grinding Wheel; Wico HIT and Misc Engine; McDonald Steam Engine; Othello Cook Stove.



With Additions!

Complete List of PHMC Items Available at www.CordierAuction.com!

 

15% Buyer’s Premium.  Terms: Cash, PA checks. Out of state checks w/ prior approval. All major credit cards accepted. Food concession. Located off of Interstate 83 between 13th Street and 17th Street exits, Harrisburg PA!





     INFORMATION REGARDING ITEMS DEACCESSIONED FROM THE COLLECTION OF THE

PENNSYLVANIA HISTORICAL & MUSEUM COMMISSION

 

Final Copy

Drake Well Museum, Titusville, PA

 

NC                   Remains of book, Early & Later History of Petroleum by J. T. Henry, 1873

NC                   Patent, land purchase, John Reed, Allegheny Township, Westmoreland Co., 10/14/1828

NC (DW map #72) Geological map of Texas, color, 1920

DW90.19         Collection of forty-one (41) maps of oilfield maps, 1940s

DW2015.2       Collection of five hundred twelve (512) topographic maps culled from collection -                                   inventory is available

 NC                  Collection of seventy-six (76) maps, including Pennsylvania Geological Survey map,

                        USGS topographic and geologic survey quadrangle maps, local assessment maps, local

                        highway maps and out of state oil and geological maps, 1883-1985 

E223 (SH72.395) Coopered washing machine with attached wringer (E72), falling apart

E72                  Wringer washer, Anchor Brand, Lovell Mfg. Co., Erie, PA c.1890-1910

NC                   Metal dish drainer

NC                   Turned wood piece with cut out section and damaged end, yoke?

NC                   Box of door hardware from former Hunt Lease

NC                   Eight (8) glass lamp chimneys

NC                   Chain tong

NC                   Electric wall mounted double light

NC                   Receipt holder, Yawman & Erbe, 1900-1925

NC                   Two pamphlets related to oil and gas resources in Oklahoma, 1917-1920

NC                   Eight copies of the Pennsylvania Manual, 1929, 1931, 1935-36, 1939, 1943, 1961-62

NC                   Oil container, “Cruiser” oil, Pennsylvania Refining Company, 1940-1950

E23                  Measuring line reel, late 1800s-early 1900s

E47                  Pipe tongs, frozen with rust

E83                  Wood stove and fire screen, Hearth-Craft Inc., Portland, OR, early 20th century

E113                Window from Hunt Oil Lease house, colored glass panels frame the missing interior glass

E114-118         Three wooden whitewashed doors, one wooden door with framed glass interior, from the

                        Hunt Oil Lease house, early 20th century

E141.20A-C     Three glass lids for canning jars, two clear glass, one blue glass

E141.25A-B     Sugar bowl with lid

E141.26           Plate, small bread plate, made in China

E141.28B         Sad iron with no handle

E141.36A-F     Meat grinder with end plates and blades

W26                 Picture puzzle, “Guild” of an impressionist painting

MG500             Two agricultural pamphlets from the US Dept. of Agriculture, 1888

Division of Pomology, U.S. Depart of Agriculture. Report on the Adaptation of Russian and Other Fruits to the Extreme Northern Portions of the United States. Bulletin No. 2.  Washington: Government Printing Office, 1888, 64pp.  Excellent condition.

 

Division of Chemistry, U.S. Depart of Agriculture. Record of Experiments Conducted by the Commissioner of Agriculture in the Manufacture of Sugar from Sorghum at Rio Grande, New Jersey: Kenner, Louisiana: Conway Springs, Douglass, and Sterling, Kansas. Bulletin No. 20.  Washington: Government Printing Office, 1888, 162pp.  Excellent condition.

 

 

Ephrata Cloister, Ephrata, PA

 

EC92.2.212-.214A-B    Three weaving raddles, 18th-19th century 

EC92.2.195, .202, .204, .210   Four reeds to weave carpets known as “Venetian” or “rainbow” carpets,

                                                1880-1900

EC92.2.194, .201, .203, .206-207 Five reeds with metal dents, 1890-1900

EC92.2.200, .205, .741-.742, .746 Five “Carolina” reeds to weave carpets, c.1850 

EC92.2.756-.763                      Eight carpet loom harness, c.1860

NC                   Collection of nine-eight (39) picture postcards of views of Ephrata Cloister, c.1905-1990,

                        complete inventory on file

 

Landis Valley Village and Farm Museum, Lancaster, PA

 

F28.676 (Lot 145)        Stove plate fragment, “The Wedding”, lower left corner, c.1746

F7.339                         Blanket chest, late 18th/early 19th century “Christian Wihien/ 1788”

F65.29                         Cupboard or medical cabinet, 1830s, with marking attributions linking this to

                                    Francis Joseph Jung, M.D., and Eastern Pennsylvania, refinished/repainted,

FM74.5.4B                  Blank composition book, 19th century, poor condition

NC                               Two newsprint scrapbooks, 19th century; one inscribed “Laura S. Scholl, 1874”

NC                               Scrapbook “Flags of all Nations” with cut out flags pasted inside, with label,

                                    “John C. Clark & Sons Stationers, Blank Book Manufacturers & Printers,

                                    Philadelphia”, late 19th century

NC                               Health scrapbook, 1936 – newspaper clippings from mostly NY newspapers

NC                               Three newsprint scrapbooks

NC                               Two scrapbooks with cut out stock images of famous art works

NC                               Scrapbook containing verses cut from newspaper, York Evening Press, 1912

NC                               Blank ledger book, 19th century

FM31.738                    Modified mechanical grindstone, 19-20th centuries

FM40.210                    Small gray wooden chest, 19th century

F11.129.5-.6 (Lot 1)      Two metal tins, “Interchangeable Steel Spectacles” by T.A. Willson & Co.,

                                    Reading, PA

 

FM33.422A-G, FM33.444A-G, NC, NC (Lot 3)

Four boxes of hooks and eyes made by the DeLong Hook and Eye Co., Philadelphia, PA

 

NC (Lot 4)                    Four empty boxes for “Star Alpaca Braid”, Philadelphia, PA

F24.162 (Lot 5)            Leather fireman’s helmet

FM33.543A-H (Lot 6)   Box of lady’s collars, c.1910

NC (Lot 7)                    Pair of leather lady’s high-top shoes, condition poor to fair

NC (lot 8)                     Two cardboard boxes, “Hire’s Cough Cure”, Charles E. Hires, Philadelphia –

NC (Lot 9)                    Three clear glass bottles with dark liquid and cork stoppers, embossed “2/W.T. &

                                    Co./ USA” for Whitall Tatum Company, New Jersey, early 20th century

NC (Lot 11)                  Three cigar boxes, Certified Cremo

NC (Lot 12)                  Cigar box, Groome’s Specials

F69.1.2 (Lot 13)           Leather shot flask, cracked and creased with hole on one side

FM28.605 (Lot 15)                   Casting ladle, badly rusted

NC (Lot 16)                              Cast metal frog ash tray, c.1920

NC (Lot 17)                              Cigar box, La Palina

NC (Lot 18)                              Cigar box, Philadelphia, containing 23 small empty glass bottles

NC (Lot 19)                              Two pairs of red hand stitched shoes

NC (Lot 20)                              Remains of sheet music books, for the piano forte, string binding broken,

                                                published by J.L. Frederick of Philadelphia

NC (Lot 21)                              Game, Number Builder by Milton Bradley Company, incomplete, box in

                                                pieces

NC (Lot 24)                              Small round cardboard box with lid, initials inside “W.B.H.”

NC (Lot 28)                              Empty box of Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules, New Jersey

NC (Lot 29)                              Empty box of Tincture Iodine U.S.P. with “crape dice” written on side

NC (Lot 30)                              Two metal nutcrackers

NC (Lot 31)                              Three metal nut picks

NC (Lot 32)                              Box for Parker Quick ink containing twenty-one wooden letter pieces

NC (Lot 33)                              Twenty-three (23) Columbia Record paper record sleeves, poor condition

NC (Lot 34)                              Thirty-three (33) Victor Record paper record sleeves, poor condition

NC (Lot 35)                              Eleven (11) Perfect Record paper record sleeves, poor condition

NC (Lot 36)                              Four (4) Okeh Records paper record sleeves, poor condition

NC (Lot 37)                              Six (6) paper record sleeves from: Brunswick Record, Emerson Record,

                                                Regal Record, Vocalion Record, Edison Record, and Banner Record,

                                                poor condition

NC (Lot 38)                              Three (3) paper record sleeves from Rainbow Records, poor condition

NC (Lot 39)                              Three flag decorations (like streamers), poor condition

NC (Lot 40)                              Box of “Poor Man’s Dyes”, box is bagged due to leaking red dye, box

                                                stained and missing part of label

NC (Lot 41)                              Two Philadelphia Phillies Perfecto cigar boxes, lids broken, damaged

NC (Lot 42)                              Six Swift cigar boxes, water damaged, stained, poor condition

NC (Lot 43)                              Cigar box, Invincibles, poor condition

NC (Lot 44)                              Cigar box, DeLuxe Phillies, fair condition

NC (Lot 45)                              Two cigar boxes, La Palina, fair condition

NC (Lot 46)                              Cigar box, White Owl Brand, fair condition

NC (Lot 47)                              Cigar box, Rocky Ford, fair condition

NC (Lot 48)                              Cigar box, Swartz’ Best Value, fair condition

NC (Lot 49)                              Cigar box, Havanna Ribbon Bayuk Cigars, poor condition

NC (Lot 51)                              Cigar box, Mi Favorita, poor condition

 

FM2000.13.153-.161 (Lot61)    Almanacs/Calendars for 1814-15, 1817, 1819, 1821, 1823, 1828,

1829, 1831, 1838, 1840, 1843, 1854, and 1855

FM2000.13.177 (Lot 62)           Calendar, “Der Ulte Germantown Calendar” 1852

FM2000.13.180                        Almanac, Brother Jonathan’s Almanc, 1862, Philadelphia

NC and FM2000.13.173(Lot 64) Calendar, “Der Bauem und Handwerksmannes Calendar, 1833 and 1839

NC (Lot 65)                              Six (6) German language calendars: 1868, 1869, 1874, 1882, 1893, 1912

NC (Lot 66)                              Seventy-one (71) German language calendars, Pennsylvanischer

                                                Calendar, Lancaster, printed by John Baer, 1835-1916

F8.132 (Lot 67)                        Farm table, fair condition

F69.20.2 (Lot 68)                      Farm table, fair condition

 

FM17.716-.718; FM17.722; FM17.667; FM17.730   (Lot 69)

Six (6) George Washington Cut Plug tobacco tins, R.J. Reynolds

 Tobacco Co., c.1920s

NC (Lot 71)                              Group of sixty-three (63) advertising tops for “Bonnie Laddie/ Shoes for

                                                boys/ and girls/ All leather for all weather”, c.1920s

NC (Lot 72)                              Twenty (20) picture buttons “Made in Czecho-Slovakia”

NC (Lot 73)                              Metal funnel, poor condition

NC (Lot 74)                              Set of five (5) cloth napkins, red/white reversible weave

NC (Lot 76)                              Three pennants, “Manheim”, c.1910s

NC (Lot 77)                              Sixteen (16) knitting needles of various sizes

NC (Lot 78)                              Nine (9) cards of lace remnants

NC (Lot 79)                              Five (5) cards of lace remnants on cards “The American Lace Mfg Co.,

                                                Elyria, Ohio” 

NC (Lot 80)                              Eleven (11) cards of cording

NC (Lot 81)                              Wooden card with fringe wrapped around

NC (Lot 82)                              Set of twelve (12) red/black woven cloth napkins, badly stained

NC (Lot 83)                              Eight (8) fragments of cotton fabric of various sizes and colors

NC (Lot 84)                              Seventeen (17) cut quilt pieces, one small pieced patch

NC (Lot 85)                              Seven (7) green tassels “r 10 +”

NC (Lot 86)                              Six (6) brown tassels “r 10 +”

NC (Lot 87)                              Three linen collars, “Alpine”, poor condition

NC (Lot 88)                              Two collars “Blake Four Ply Linen 14”, poor condition

NC (Lot 89)                              Collar, “Raphael Reversible Linene”, poor condition

NC (Lot 90)                              Sixteen (16) cards of hat pins, “Bonnet pins/ tempered steel/ 1 doz. Made

                                                in German. 8 inch”

NC (Lot 91)                              Two cards of hat pins, “Bonnet Pins/ Tempered Steel/ Austria 11

                                                4”8/9”.”, poor condition

NC (Lot 92)                              Four (4) cards of hat pins, “Bonnet Pins/ Tempered Steel/ Germany”

NC (Lot 93)                              Ten pieces of tissue paper with hat pins attached, 82 pins

NC (Lot 94)                              Fifty-eight (58) loose hat pins with round black heads

NC (Lot 95)                              One loose hat pin

NC (Lot 96)                              Seventeen (17) loose hat pins with various designs

NC (Lot 97)                              Nine hat pins with black heads of various designs

NC (Lot 98)                              Six hat pins with gold colored and glass designs

NC (Lot 99)                              Fourteen (14) hat pins of various designs

NC (Lot 100)                            Four hat pins with white colored heads

NC (Lot 101)                            Three shawl pins with a faux jewel head

NC (Lot 102)                            Five pins with round black heads or no head

NC (Lot 103)                            Seven hat pins with round white heads or no head         

NC (Lot 105)                            Piece of fabric trim 1.25” W     

NC (Lot 106)                            Nine (9) metal thimbles

NC (Lot 107)                            Tintype/ daguerreotype/ ambrotype frame, broken in two pieces

NC (Lot 108)                            Four cards of buttons, “Mode De Paris”

NC (Lot 109)                            Nine cards of buttons, no marks

NC (Lot 110)                            Three cards of buttons, two are matching, “Mode de Paris” on all three

NC (Lot 111)                            Four cards of buttons, all different styles, “Latest Pattn. Fancy Buttons;

                                                quality Pennant Brand; Superior Quality”

NC (Lot 112)                            Group of 105 vinyl records, see inventory for complete listing 

 

NC (Lot 113)                            Group of thirty-three (33) library books:

American Hooked and Sewn Rugs, Joel and Kate Kopp, 1975

American Folk Art in Ohio Collections, Robert Doty, 1967

Forms Upon the Frontier: Folklife and Folk Arts in the United States, Edited by Austin and Alta

            Fife and Henry H. Glassie, 1969

British Folk Art, James Ayres, 1977

Decorated Stoneware Pottery of North America, Donald Blake Webster, 1969

Cooking in Old Creole Days, Celestine Eustis, 1903

Masters of 17th-Century Dutch Landscape Painting, Peter C Sutton, 1987

Living Historical Farms Handbook, John T. Schlebecker and Gale E. Peterson, 1972

First Principles of Agriculture, Emmet S. Goff and D. D. Mayne, 1904

Agricultural History Volume CLIII Number I, Agricultural History Society, 1-Jan-69

The American Standard of Perfection, American Poultry Association, 1910

Cassell's New German Dictionary, Elizabeth Weir, 1893

Mennonite Community Cookbook, Mary Emma Showalter, 1957

Arts of Asia Vol. 1 No. 1, Publisher and Editor: Tuyet Nguyet, January - February 1971

The American Country House, Clive Aslet, 1990

Arts of Asia Vol. 1 No. 2, Publisher and Editor: Tuyet Nguyet, March - April 1971

Nature and Culture: American Landscape and Painting 1825-1875, Barbara Novak, 1980

The Classical Presence in American Art, Milo N. Naeve, 1978

The Hydropathic Encyclopedia, Unknown, Unknown

Potter's Compen of Materia Medica Therapeutics and Prescription Writing, A. D. Bush, 1926

The Business Manual; A Complete Guide in all Mercantile and Legal Transactions and Reference Book for Every Day Use, C. Y. Moyer, 1893

Yearbook of the United States Department of Agriculture, Department of Agriculture, 1896

Report of the Secretary of Agriculture, Department of Agriculture, 1891

English Grammar, of the Productive System, Roswell C. Smith, Unknown

Manual of Artificial Limbs, Unknown, 1924

Maxims and Instructions for The Boiler Room, N. Hawkins, 1901

The Secret of a Happy Day, Unknown, Unknown

Circular of the Bureau of Standards; Materials for the Household, Dept. of Commerce, 1917

Survey of Current Business, Department of Commerce, November 1924

Catalogue of Chemical Physical and Pharmaceutical Apparatus, Bullock & Crenshaw, ND

Antiques Magazine, NA, November 1941

 

F68.2.82 (Lot 41)                                                          Wrench, rusty

F68.2.107 (Lot 42)                                                        Wrench, rusty

F68.2.105 (Lot 43)                                                        Wrench, rusty

F68.2.345-.347 and NC (Lot 47)                                    Four (4) pick ax heads

F68.2.417, .424, .435-.436, .443, .453, .651? and 4 NCs (Lot 56)       Various metal files

F68.2.87,.337,. F68.2? and eight NCs  (Lot 57)               Drill brace and 10 drill bits, c.1902-190

F68.2.61, .91, .117, .149 (Lot 58)                                   Four leather punches, two “W. Schollhorn, New

                                                                                    Haven, CT      

F68.2.136 and NC (Lot 59)                                            Chisel and punch

F68.2.19, .40, .46, .51, .145-.146, .494-.495, 2 NCs (lot 60      Collection of tools, including; gauge, six screw

                                                                                    drivers, knife, handle and awl

F68.2.81, .85, .109, .111, .511 (Lot 61)                          Five (5) wrenches

F68.2.57 and 2 NCs (Lot 62)                                         Die tap, square, horseshoe decoration

F68.2.38, .60, .63, .157 (Lot 63)                                    Two calibers, compass and tweezer

 

F62.19 (Lot 242 -2013)   Wood stove, “Othellos”, Mfgd by Orr, Painter & Co., Reading Stove

                                    Works, Reading, PA, Phila, Chicago, Boston, Buffalo

 

NC (Lot 1)                    Redware lid, some spalling

F0.?58 (Lot 2)              Unknown tool, metal row of spikes on wooden handle

NC (Lot 3)                    Meat fork, two prongs

NC (Lot 4)                    Club part of a flail, incomplete tool

NC (Lot 5)                    Hanging corner cupboard, modern construction with an older door/hinges

NC (Lot 6)                    Wooden shipping crate, “cinnamon”

NC (Lot 8)                    Wooden bee hive, “J.F.H

NC (Lot 11)                  Two redware pots, flower pot and chamber pot – cracked and missing glaze

NC (Lot 12)                  Stool, wooden with one leg repaired with a metal plate, legs mismatched

NC (Lot 13)                  Wooden washtub, has a lot of brown rot, voids where wood rotted away

NC (Lot 14)                  Conestoga feed box, modern construction, possibly for reenactment

NC (Lot 16)                  Group of six (6) gouges and two (2) handles for gouges

NC (Lot 17)                  Four (4) metal files, two have wooden handles

NC (Lot 18)                  Three tools; tack hammer, wrench and drawing knife

NC (Lot 19)                  Three parts of tools; blade for a plane, handmade gouge and piece of wood scrap

NC (Lot 20)                  Hand saw, unmarked

FM26.812.1 (Lot 21)    Handmade jigsaw

NC (Lot 22)                  Scraper made from a pipe, end is hand forged, use unknown

NC (Lot 23)                  Ironing board with modern pieces added to it, including cover

F25.190 (Lot 24)          Pintel

NC (Lot 25)                  Waffle iron “Made in Philadelphia” and cast iron griddle plate.

NC (Lot 26)                  Spigot, nickel plated over brass, “The Civil”

FM32.416 (Lot 28)       Steer horn hanging light fixture with silver finished decoration, c.1920               

NC (Lot 29)                  Component of a mill with a wooden bladed fan, pieces missing, “Snavely mill

                                    donation 3/12/49” Lititz, PA

FM26.722 (Lot 30)       Hand trowel, pitted and rusted

FM26.780 (Lot 31)       Corn knife, pitted and rusted

NC (Lot 32)                  Fireplace or coal shovel with coiled handle, pitted and rusted

NC (Lot 33)                  Tobacco clamp

NC (Lot 34B)               Undocumented collection of possible grinding tools, some split

FM36.667 (Lot 35)       Needle

FM37.253 (Lot 36)       Garden hoe, cut down

FM26.800 (Lot 37)       Straw cutter blade only, no handle

FM26.784, FM26.815 (Lot 38) Two scythe blades turned into serrated corn knifes

NC (Lot 39)                  Five (5) mismatched iron wall brackets, not useable

NC (Lot 40)                  Seven (7) unidentified wire hangers with circular bottoms

NC (Lot 44)                  Nine assorted wrenches

NC (Lot 45)                  Three lug wrenches and a crank

NC (Lot 46)                  Wagon jack, “Patented No. 8”

NC (Lot 49)                  Iron letter “N”

NC (Lot 50)                  Two horseshoes

F25.787-.789 (Lot 51)   Three wagon brake levers

NC (Lot 52)                  Box of iron pieces, springs, bolts, between 400-500 pieces

NC (Lot 53)                  Two small chain hooks “Warren Ax and Tool Company” Warren, PA

NC (Lot 54)                  Twelve (12) chain hooks, ten marked “Diamond-Deluth”, one marked “Phoenix”

NC (Lot 55)                  Group of iron pieces, including; two hand wrought eye bolts, single tree end,

                                    chain and a pile of “s” hooks

NC (Lot 64)                  Cigar box with 75 costume rings, 4 compasses and a key ring

NC (Lot 65)                  Cigar box of three bridle rosettes, three empty jewelry boxes, two from Lancaster

                                    jewelers and three small locks

NC (Lot 66)                  Cigar box of assorted beads, some glass, plastic and rubber, some from broken

                                    necklaces and bracelets

NC (Lot 67)                  Group of thirty-eight (38) Christmas ornaments, glass balls, etc. 

NC (Lot 68)                  Shell decorated whimsy in four points shape  

NC (Lot 69)                  Will Rogers cigar box with six cards of hook & eye fasteners, “The Atlas, Made

                                    by the DeLong Hook-Eye Company, Philadelphia”

NC (Lot 70)                  Box of a set of 16 cards of hooks and eyes “Mutual”

NC (Lot 71)                  A set of three cards of hooks and eyes “DeLong Hook and Eye Company,

                                    Philadelphia” “See that Hump?”

NC (Lot 72)                  Set of three cards of hooks and eyes “By Royal Letters Patent/ Made in England/

                                    Nicholls Spring Hooks & Eyes”

NC (Lot 73)                  Wind up alarm clock, with bell on top, “Break O’Day” by Ingraham

NC (Lot 74)                  Five small metal American flag ornaments

NC (Lot 75)                  Two plaster plaques with cut out paper figures of bunny and girl with toy, fragile

NC (Lot 76)                  Mixed lot that includes: ten religious amulets, a ruler “White Pearl” brand pasta,

                                    Milwaukee WI., enamel broach with a rose, horse shoe nail, two bottle openers,

                                    “Frontenac Ale” & “ABC Pale Dry”, hollow objects shaped like pocket watches,

                                    elks cuff links

NC (Lot 78)                  large ball of twine

NC (Lot 79)                  Ball of lead foil

NC (Lot 80)                  Large broadside, for the publication of “The Undeveloped West”, by John

                                    Hanson Beadle, 1873 – folded and torn

NC (Lot 81)                  Small box of red beads, box marked “Pa-T-Go Herb Tonic Tablets/ Laxative Tonic Stomachic” with graphic of a male in native costume

NC (Lot 83)                  Collection of costume jewelry from the 1920s-30s, including bracelets, earrings

                                    and beads

NC (Lot 84)                  Small brass colored figurine and two tin plates “Emner/Philadelphia” inscribed

NC (Lot 85)                  Circular brass push-up candlestick, missing carrying ring handle

NC (Lot 86)                  Cigar box, Groome’s Specials, full of beads, mostly white & amber colored

NC (Lot 87)                  Cigar box, Flor De Melba, full of various beads, mostly pink and floral shaped

NC (Lot 88)                  Cigar box, Cremo, with six small metal bells

NC (Lot 89)                  Two cigar boxes, Champagne Cigar and LaPalina filled with slate pencils, some

                                    with wrappers

NC (Lot 90)                  Book, “Jack and the Beanstalk and Other Fairy Tales”, published by Boston

                                    DeWorde and Fiske Company, n.d.

NC (Lot 91)                  Eight (8) small metal belt buckles

NC (Lot 92)                  Seven printed paper cards and images

NC (Lot 93)                  Five miscellaneous chains, possible watch fobs

NC (Lot 94)                  Four bracelets, two with beads, two metal, one dates to 1860s

NC (Lot 95)                  Collection of nine (9) items; jewelry, buckles, pins and tie tacks

NC (Lot 96)                  Group of miscellaneous textile, including doilies, ribbons, lace and remains of an

                                    armband

NC (Lot 97)                  Small circular mirror and two advertising magnets, “Maryland Casualty

                                    Company…Incor 1898” 

NC (Lot 98)                  Wooden textile working pieces; six loom shuttles, four spools and a broken reel

NC (Lot 103)                Cigar box, Phillies with various strings of beads, broken and incomplete strands,

                                    mostly clear to white beads

F2.932 (Lot 104)          Round tin pan, rusted with holes

NC (Lot 105)                Ceramic saucer, earthenware pot tray and round metal pan

NC (Lot 106)                Four round spice tins in a tinned carrying tray with handle

NC (Lot 107)                Group of broken and incomplete pieces of costume jewelry of various sizes

NC (Lot 108)                Cut, torn and incomplete pieces of fabric

NC (Lot 109)                Group of four weaving shuttles, “Patent January 17, 1893”

NC (Lot 110)                Group of eight wooden organ pipes with penciled numbers on side

NC (Lot 111)                Four pieces of broken and incomplete scale arms

NC (Lot 112)                Large scale tray

NC (Lot 113)                Hanging scale with scale tray

FM30.974 (Lot 114)     Toy piano, missing legs, “Grand”

NC (Lot 115)                Tabletop small ironing board and shoe shiner stand

NC (Lot 116)                Group of costume jewelry, various sizes, shapes, some incomplete and broken

NC (Lot 117)                Stereoview card of farm couple with cow, “Works and Arlington NJ, Westwo?”

NC (Lot 118)                Group of sixteen vendor premium whistles Advertising premium for “Bonnie

                                    Laddie” shoes

NC (Lot 122)                Two boxes, “CYKCO H-M Developer” filled with loose and strung beads of

                                    various sizes

NC (Lot 123)                Print “2020. Birthplace of Samuel Woodworth, Scituate, Mass”, warped and torn

                                    in fancy frame, c.1904

NC (Lot 125)                Hanging tin lantern with glass panes, former prop from Beloved movie

NC (Lot 127)                12-gallon stoneware sauerkraut crock with break in a “V” shape

NC (Lot 128)                Four round pie tins, former props from Beloved movie

NC (Lot 129)                Three rectangular baking tins, former props from Beloved movie

NC (Lot 130)                Two rectangular bread pans, former props from Beloved movie

NC (Lot 131)                Reverse painting on glass of house, image broken in half, paint flaking

NC (Lot 132)                Base of a small sewing cabinet, broken with missing pieces, filled with spools

                                    and shells

NC (Lot 133)                Small reverse painted door with veneered frame, from a cabinet and a small pair

                                    of scissors

NC (Lot 134)                Gold luster cream pitcher with repaired handle, cracks and chips

NC (Lot 135)                Three tinned pitchers with applied handles

NC (Lot 136)                A large tin tea canister “CEYLON BLEND” and scoop found inside

NC (Lot 137)                Wooden sewing machine case to cover head of machine, broken with large hole

                                    and cracks

NC (Lot 138)                Broken piece of hames with torn strap, only one half, “Rockelm/ F&J Co.”

NC (Lot 140)                Round hat box with interior lining and hinged lid, warped and has tear

NC (Lot 141)                Three nut picks and a souvenir figurine of castle “Trier-Porta Nigra”, German

                                    castle

NC (Lot 142)                Advertising premium, bronze/copper alloy, two-sided medallion: Chief Justice

 John Marshall, West Publishing Company, St. Paul Minn

NC (Lot 143)                Two sets of scale weights, no embossing

NC (Lot 144)                Metal stand to a stove?  U shaped metal with stand at bottom of the U

NC (Lot 145)                Three tin metal pie plates, rusted

NC (Lot 146)                Unidentified object, wooden chest on base, with three holes top and, red paint on

                                    most parts of chest, has brown rot on bottom and rodent chew marks

NC (Lot 147)                Wooden desk top organizer with drawers, missing one drawer

NC (Lot 148)                Coffee canister, “Thomson & Taylor Spice Co.”, early 20th cent, Chicago

NC (Lot 149)                Wooden cabinet with six large drawers, two porcelain knobs missing, finish worn

NC (Lot 150)                Paper covered box with twenty-eight (28) shoes inside (11 pairs and 6 singles),

                                    three belts and one collar, “Danner’s Store/ 19?3”

NC (Lot 151)                Box of shoes, five shoes, no pairs, “Danner’s Store/ 1943 Mens Shoes”, “Mens

                                    Canvass Socs” – possibly samples?

NC (Lot 152)                Two scale trays and weights (three 2lb, five 1lb, two smaller weights “8”, three

                                    smaller weights 4”, small clock weight)

NC (Lot 153)                Large hand wrought bolt with four chain links attached

NC (Lot 154)                Wall mounted light bracket with swing arm, “S.S. White Phil” – S.S. Dental Mfg

                                    Co. made dental lights and associated hardware.

NC (Lot 155)                Small round spool stand with nine spools of thread

NC (Lot 157)                Box of loose glass holiday beads for stringing, water damaged box marked

                                    “Season’s Greetings/ Hallmark Cards $2.00”

NC (Lot 158)                Seven metal advertising premium whistles “Bonnie Laddie Shoes” 

NC (Lot 159)                Group of Twenty-five (25) advertising premium tops including; Bonnie Laddie

                                    Shoes (22), ThomMcAn (1), CrackerJack (1), El Captian Coffee (1)

NC (Lot 160)                Four tops, “Merry-Whirl Musical Top”, Gibbs Toys, Ohio (1890s-1969)

F8.60 (Lot 161)            Weathervane, metal with silhouette of a peacock? poorly executed, repainted

NC (Lot 162)                Small bust of Beethoven

NC (Lot 163)                Bust of a Roman(?) male “Gant/ Alichiei”

NC (Lot 164)                Plaster figurine, elephant, “TP $1.00” on bottom

NC (Lot 165)                Plaster figuring of a boy with large coat and top hat, “Papa”

NC (Lot 166)                Top, musical “Bibbs Toy”, broken figurine with partial paint applied, decorative

                                    egg with 1 die inside from Columbian World’s Fair, “Christoforo Columbo 1492-

                                    1892”

NC (Lot 167)                Shot bag, whistle and badge “Deputy/Sheriff/ Franklin Co. Ohio/ 2109”

NC (Lot 168)                Ten (10) novelty pins, printed angel/Dutch children, “Latest novelty/ Made

                                    in Czecho-Slovakia”

NC (Lot 170)                Two small weights and one metal trivet, “Register”

NC (Lot 171)                Cigar box “Phillies” filled with several dozen green glass beads, possible blanks

                                    for costume jewelry

NC (Lot 173)                Box with 5 remaining gold glass ball Christmas ornaments, block of wood with

                                    floral carving and photo card of Reverend and his Quartettes from New York

NC (Lot 174)                Box of assorted buttons in various shapes and colors, box from Sylvana

                                    Chemical Company, Orange, NJ 

NC (Lot 175)                Twenty-eight (28) calling cards “Jacob P. Burkholder”, two stamped gold

                                    colored Great Seal eagle, buffalo pin, and plaster medallion “Gustavus III/ D.G./

                                    Rex/ Sveciae”

NC (Lot 176)                Two boxes of black and brown synthetic, glass and plastic buttons of various

                                    sizes, boxes are from “The Bump Paper Fastener Co/La Crosse, WI” and “Glass

                                    Polishing Cloth”

NC (Lot 177)                Two boxes of black rubber and other synthetic clothing and assorted shoe buttons

                                    of various sizes

NC (Lot 178)                Two boxes of decorative metal and porcelain buttons of various sizes, boxes are

                                    “Gordon” and “Loeffler Medium, Baltimore Biological Laboratory Inc.” 

NC (Lot 179)                Four boxes of decorative steel, brass and glass buttons of various sizes, boxes

                                    include: “Micro Slides/Arthur H. Thomas Company, Philadelphia”, “ Viviane

                                    Ertell, NJ to Miss Mary Burkholder, Harrisburg, PA”

NC (Lot 180)                Two boxes of synthetic and organic buttons of various sizes, boxes from “The

                                    Candy Shop” of Lancaster and Reading and “Lowenstein-Jensen, Baltimore

                                    Biological Lab Inc.”

NC (Lot 181)                Three boxes metal, calico and china buttons of various sizes, boxes from

                                    Bresillo’s Inc., NY” and “Sharp & Dohne/LYO Complement/Philadelphia”

NC (Lot 182)                Two boxes of glass and composition buttons of various sizes, boxes from

“Lowenstein-Jensen, Baltimore Biological Lab Inc.” and mailed from Shaub’s Shoe Shop, Lancaster to Miss Anny Mary Falick, City” 

NC (Lot 183)                Two boxes of metal buttons of various sizes, boxes from Arthur H. Thomas Co.,

                                    Philadelphia and Muriel cigars

NC (Lot 184)                Three boxes of glass, metal, fabric and synthetic buttons of various sizes,

“Lowenstein-Jensen, Baltimore Biological Lab Inc.” and “Micro Slides/Arthur H. Thomas Company, Philadelphia”

NC (Lot 185)                Three boxes of china, glass and synthetic buttons of various sizes, boxes from

Baltimore Biological Laboratory, Baltimore and Bausman Pet Supplies, Philadelphia

NC (Lot 186)                Three boxes of fabric covered, rubber, metal, and bone buttons of various sizes,

                                    Sharp & Dohme, Philadelphia

NC (Lot 187)                Four boxes of pearl, cloth covered and metal buttons of various sizes in Sharp &

 Dohme Philadelphia boxes

NC (Lot 188)                Two boxes of metal, glass and plastic buttons of various sizes in Baltimore

                                    Biological Labs boxes

NC (Lot 189)                Six cards of glass buttons

NC (Lot 190)                Two boxes of organic, ivory, and pearl buttons in Miesse Candies of York and

                                    Lancaster boxes

NC (Lot 191)                Three boxes of buttons in Baltimore Biological Laboratory boxes

NC (Lot 192)                Four boxes of buttons in Balt Bio Lab and Sharp & Dohme boxes

NC (Lot 193)                Four boxes of metal buttons in Sharp & Dohme and Arthur H. Thomas Co boxes

NC (Lot 194)                Group of one hundred sixty-two (162) vinyl records, see inventory for complete

                                    listing

NC (Lot 195)                Four boxes of metal buttons, boxes from “Sycoo” and “Difco Labs” and “Sharp

                                    & Dohm” and Lamotte Chemical

NC (Lot 196)                Three boxes of buttons, ceramic and plastic in drug makers’ boxes

NC (Lot 197)                Two small boxes of buttons and one cigar box of buttons, some on cards –

                                    variety of metal, ceramic and plastic, Cremo cigar box

NC (Lot 198)                Large box of buttons; metal, plastic and wood, strung on strings, on cards, and

                                    loose

NC (Lot 200)                Wrapping paper holder, repainted on non-historic wooden bar, former prop from

                                    Beloved movie

NC (Lot 201)                Twenty-eight (28) incomplete greeting cards, birthday and Christmas, fronts only

                                    or cut down from larger size

NC (Lot 202)                Five printed images cut from magazines, people and flowers

NC (Lot 204)                Printed image of lady from a 1912 calendar and floral print with advertising

                                    stamp for Stimson’s Sudsena washing powder (NJ), c.1874-1894

NC (Lot 205)                Seven printed postcards or advertisements

F10.213 (Lot 206)        Wooden grain shovel with painted scene on scoop surface

NC (Lot 207)                Grabber, lever pinchers operated by levers on a wooden pole, probably for a

                                    general store

NC (Lot 208)                Pottery, probably a cuspidor, marked on bottom “1061/FGW” loss of paint and

chipped

NC (Lot 210)                Suitcase, hard side, brown leather covered, two sets of buckles

NC (Lot 211)                Pair of leather mittens, handmade with reused material, worn & leather stiff

NC (Lot 213)                Wooden crutch with velvet arm pad, “ANDIS VALLEY” on piece of tape

NC (Lot 214)                Three flower pots; one earthenware, one mosaic with plate pieces and one with

                                    molded pattern

NC (Lot 215)                Small German pamphlet, no cover or title page, stamped “Pennsylvania Farm

                                    Museum, Lancaster, Pennsylvania” it is a music text; “the meaning of life”

NC (Lot 216)                Small round canister with lid and bail handle

NC (Lot 217)                Oval wooden frame with gilded decoration, some applied pieces missing

NC (Lot 218)                White serving bowl with side ear handles, “1962 Inarco/Cleve,

                                    Ohio/E875/SW”, 1960s

NC (Lot 219)                Curtain stretcher, wooden frame with bolts and wing nuts

NC (Lot 224)                Shipping crate, “Paris Sugar Corn/ Burham and Morril Co/ Portland ME”

NC (Lot 225)                Green enameled ironstone basin

NC (Lot 226)                Shipping crate “Oleo Margarine” with Ohio revenue stamp, sheet metal organ

                                    pipe, lidless tin container, clock dial “Seems Dial Parented January 7, 1868”

NC (Lot 227)                Seven door latches

NC (Lot 228)                Uncle Sam’s Projector, NY, incomplete, 1930s

F68.15.1-.2 (Lot 230)    Two large earthenware jardines, bad repairs on each, one is missing handle

NC (Lot 231)                Group of 21 harrow spikes

NC (Lot 232)                Six leather awls (2 broken), pocket knife “Pouset/Freres/Faranti” on black, sewn

                                    piece of bone

NC (Lot 233)                Group of 17 spoons, fair to poor condition, with loss of plating, rust, etc.

Mfg marks include: “C. Parker & Co.”, “Oneida Community” “WR” “Rogers” “BP”

NC (Lot 234)                Two cast iron decorative “L” brackets, painted black

NC (Lot 236)                Souvenir mug in original box, Coronation of His Majesty King Edward VIII,

May, 1937 box label with mug from 1959 visit of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip to Canada

NC (Lot 237)                Two plaster casts of butter molds, one reads “Elizabeth Township…” but is

                                    cracked through and badly repaired

NC (Lot 238)                Three broken plaster statues, bust of woman, statue of child with goat and female

                                    statue

NC (Lot 239)                Candlestick in shape of a sword hilt, chipped, missing pieces

NC (Lot 240)                Plaster figurine of lion, with broken nose, holder for cigarettes/cigars?

NC (Lot 242)                Plaster statue of boy looking in a reflective pool

NC (Lot 244)                Coverlet, two sided, red, white and blue threads, number of holes, no names

NC (Lot 245)                Hooked rug frame, “D. Greer/ Hooked Rug Brace/ 1939”

NC (Lot 246)                Short handmade wood stool, mismatched legs and repairs

NC (Lot 247)                Group of weaving tools, including: 4 shuttles made from old crates, spool “W&J

Knox/ Made in Kilbirnie, Scotland”, 4 identified items and a group of unidentified wooden pieces used in weaving

NC (Lot 248)                Group of eight white linens, including 8 kerchiefs and 2 table scarves, mid 20th cent – pulled thread design

NC (Lot 250)                Metal pie pan, dust pan, and tin container with no lid; rusty, bent

NC (Lot 251)                Six wooden door wedges and a wooden pin or stopper, oak and hand split

NC (Lot 252)                Case shot

NC (Lot 253)                Waffle hot plate without cord, 1920-40 “Bersted Mfg Co., Chicago, IL”

NC (Lot 255)                Three matching unidentified cast iron pieces, embossed “C7”

NC (Lot 256)                Brass scale tray, tin canister lid, spice container with no lid, atomizer(??), head of

                                    a garden cultivator

NC (Lot 257)                Four circular spool heads, one repaired, two with bad splits

NC (Lot 258)                Weaving material, 16 rawhide attachments with holes, four have “CW” markings

NC (Lot 259)                Three wooden spools and wooden pin?, no markings

NC (Lot 261)                Group of miscellaneous wooden tools and tin canister with no lid

NC (Lot 262)                Wooden shipping crate with hinged lid, “75 Doz 3oz/ Tacks/ Springfield,

                                    Massachusetts”

FM7.838 (Lot 263)       Spinning wheel with double flyer wheels, made in Connecticut

FM34.769 (Lot 264)     Winder, based on make it is from New England, probably CT

NC (Lot 266)                Round tin pie pan, round iron punch, two metal corkscrews and button hook

NC (Lot 267)                Two cast iron boot jacks, unfinished with flashing still attached

NC (Lot 268)                Seven metal Christmas ornament bells

NC (Lot 273)                Car lamp,“C.M. Hall Lamp Company, Detroit,MI”, reflector & front lens cracked

NC (Lot 275)                Three handmade tin hand scoops

NC (Lot 276)                Two horseshoes and one pony shoe, “PFM” painted on back

NC (lot 277)                 Iron spatula, long handle in proportion to its head, possibly not old

NC (Lot 278)                Radiator cap, “Motor-Meter”

NC (Lot 281)                Large framed wall map, “Electric Railway Map of Pennsylvania Issued by the

                                    Pennsylvania State Railroad Commission, 1912”

NC (Lot 282)                Ruby ambrotype, portrait of an unknown female on convex glass with companion

                                    piece with reverse, the glass portion is broken into three pieces

F17.211 (Lot 283)         Painted tin tray, “Grand Old Party/1856-1908/ Standard Bearers, 1908 William

                                    H. Taft for President, James S. Sherman for VP”

F17.76 (Lot 284)          Round metal beer tray, “Utica Club/ the Famous Utica Beer, West End Brewing

                                    Co., Utica, NY”

F17.165, F17.138 (Lot 285)  Two painted, oval, metal trays, fruit scene on one and floral border on other

 

F17.168, F17.178 (Lot 286) Rectangular painted metal tray, “W. Walls” on bottom and red round painted

                                    tin pan with peeling paint, “W.E. Bendle/ Bowmansville, PA Landis Valley

                                    Museum 1946”

F17.146, F17.164 (Lot 287)  Two painted tin serving trays, “Compliments of A.S. Light & Co,/ Lebanon,

                                    PA” and  red bordered tray with fighting roosters. 

F17.137, .145, .171(Lot 288) Three trays; large oval with numerous dents, small oval that appears to have

been done in a craft class but not signed with peeling paint and rectangular tray badly scratched with rust spots, an early 20th revival piece

F17.79 (Lot 289)           Round tin beer tray, Pabst

F17.72, F17.106 (Lot 290) Two round beer trays, one with a paper image of a tractor glued to tray bottom

                                       and one with paint covering tray bottom, neither beer company discernable

F17.93, F17.169 (Lot 291) Two trays, round heavy steel tray with remains of a faux copper finish and

                                         rectangular 20th century revival piece of toleware

F17.126, .128 and .153 (Lot 292)  Three round metal serving trays, one is solid brass and two have painted

                                    floral decorations with butterfly

F25.377 (Lot 293)         Dulcimer or possibly Aeolian harp?, condition is poor

NC (Lot 295)                Eighty (80) cigarette premium pins with international flags, Sweet Caporal

                                    Cigarette made by Whitehead and Hoag Company, Newark, NJ 

NC (Lot 296)                Thirty-five (35) cigarette premium buttons featuring state symbols, Sweet

                                    Caporal Cigarette made by Whitehead and Hoag Company, Newark, NJ   

NC (Lot 297)                Forty-seven (47) buttons “Boutell for Congress” made by Whitehead & Hoag/

                                    Marquette Building/Chicago on reverse

NC (Lot 298)                Thirty-two (32) Liberty Loan buttons of four designs; eleven Liberty/V/Loan,

                                    eleven Fourth Liberty Loan, nine Third Liberty Loan, and one Get Behind The

                                    Government/ Liberty Loan of 1917

NC (Lot 299)                Forty-four (44) Red Cross buttons, 1918-1921

NC (Lot 300)                Eight (8) political buttons for candidate “Charles Samuel Deneen” of Illinois,

                                    1904-1913 manufactured by the Union Button and Novelty Company or the

                                    Photo Jewelry Manufacturing Company, both of Chicago, IL

NC (Lot 301)                Eight (8) pins/buttons of a black running horse manufactured by “S.N. Meyer,

                                    Washington D.C.”, late 19th-early 20th century

NC (Lot 302)                Collection of twenty-nine (29) cigarette premium buttons, including:

2 buttons with ribbons.  "Neptune Fire Co. Hall/ Richland, PA 1923" 

1 button. "G.O.P./ Hoover and Curtis" (1928 Republican candidates for President/ Herbert C. Hoover of California/ Charles Curtis of Kansas).

1 button "For Grand Sir Herald/ Aug G. Stemme."

2 Red Cross buttons "1919" "1921."

1 button "I Subscribed/ The Salvation Army/ Home Service." 

1 button "Deneen." (Illinois). 

3 buttons "Lowden for Governor" (Illinois). 

1 button "John Hay" (37th United States Secretary of State from Indiana and New Hampshire). 

1 button "Edwin A. Olson For States Attorney." 

1 button "For Coroner/ Peter M. Hoffman" (Illinois). 

1 button with a ripped ribbon "Its Not My Face Its My Shape."

 1 button "Vote Yes/ School Loan-April 12th." 

1 button "Souvenir/1903." 

1 button "Birthday Greetings." 

1 button "Don't Say It Just Wink."

 1 religious button – saint holding baby Jesus, St. Anthony of Padua

 1 button "Daily Vacation Bible School."  

1 button "Let's Get Acquainted." 

1 button "Kiddiejoy/ New York." 

1 button of a woman's profile. 

1 button "Minneapolis Makes Good."

 1 button "Rally Day/ Life Light Power."

 1 button "O.E.A./ 1925" (Oregon Education Association). 

1 button "VAI." 

1 button "Count on me/ SSIC." 

 

NC (Lot 303)                Collection of twenty-eight (28) Boise Penrose buttons with a quill pen and rose

 

NC (Lot 304)                Collection of fifteen (15) Salvation Army buttons, thirteen are “Evangeline

                                    Booth”, one read “The Salvation Army” and one “The Salvation Army/ Delegate/

                                    4th Annual Y.P. Congress, May 1927”

NC (Lot 305)                Collection of nineteen (19) American flag pins and buttons, backs read "St. Louis

                                    Button Co./ St. Louis, MO," "The Whitehead & Hoag/ Newark, NJ," "The

                                    Whitehead & Co/ Newark, NJ," "Baldwin & Bi?eason Co./ NY." 

2 American flag lapel pins. 

1 button with an American flag "For the Honor of the City/ May, 1905." 

1 button with an American flag that reads "Our Flag." 

1 metal American flag lapel pin. 

10 flags with American flags.  

1 button with a flag and eagle. 

3 American flag stick pins. 

 

NC (Lot 306)                Forty-three (43) buttons from various organizations outside of Pennsylvania:

1 button: "Toronto/ Canada/ Next." 

2 buttons: "New York State Grange/ NY State Fair 1936/ Patrons of Husbandry/ Grange Day."

1 button "16th Annual Convention/ Loyal Order of Moose/ Iowa Ass'n/ Ft. Dodge, IA., June 23-

            25, 1929." 

1 button "Kentucky Forest Service/ Frankfort/ Let's Keep Kentucky's Woods Green." 

1 button "Nat'l Military Home/ Dayton, O./ 1900." 

1 button "Beat It To Grand Rapids Mich./ Aug. 22-27, 1910." 

1 button "Boys' and Girls' Clubs/ Missouri."

1 button "Old Mission Trolley Trip/ Personally Conducted/ Pacific Electric Railway."

1 button "Brighter Newark Committee."

1 button "Lawrence Community Service, Inc./ Winter Carnival, 1925."  "Le Davignon/   

 Manchester, NH/ La Reine Des Montagnes."

1 button "National Wool Growers Assn./ Phoenix, 1929/ Gold Spot of America." 

1 button "In Kalamazoo we are Alive/ Come and See Us in '25." 

1 button "Alabama Bottlers Association."

1 button "Camden Radio Show/ March 8-13/ Artist." 

1 button "1896 Pop. 11,000-1906 Pop. 40,000/ 1916 Pop. 100,000/ Watch Charlotte Grow."

1 button "Northeastern/ Iowa/ Boy Scout Round-Up/ Fayette." 

1 button "Flushing Hospital/ Are you with us?/ New Building Campaign." 

1 button "I have promised to be careful/ Member/ Woonsocket Police Safety Club." 

1 button of a white goat.  

1 button "Carthage's Greatest Industry Welcomes You/ Juvenile Shoe System Standard of the

 World."

1 button "Boynton Beach." 

1 button "Nebraska/ 1930/ 4-H Clubs." 

1 button "Maryland Casualty Company/ Baltimore/ Safety First." 

1 button "A Sign of Quality Goods/ Better Installations/ Dependable Service/ 41st Annual

            Session/ Iowa Master Plumbers Assn./ March 21-22, 1929, Ft. Dodge, IA."

1 button "Massachusetts Bonding and Insurance Company/ Our Contract Your Security." 

1 button "Wyoming Loft No. 55 1-2/ Indorsed Horace L. Pierce for S.C. of F./ So Do I." 

1 button "Souvenir/ Convention N.Y. State Firemen's Ass'n/ Binhamton/ 1898." 

1 button "Firemen's Convention." 

2 buttons "Seven Points/ Healthy/ Maine Public Health Association/ 1930." 

1 button "Help Prevent Forest Fires/ Forestry Division/ Tennessee."

1 button "Labor Day Picnic/ Sunnyside Park/ 1901." 

3 buttons "Columbus Fire Dept." 

1 button "Holyoke/ 1926/ Fish & Game Ass'n." 

1 button "King's Palace."

1 button "Order of the Aircastle/ Marshall Field & Company/ Junior Floor the 4th." 

1 button of the state of Iowa. 

1 button "Greeters Committee/ The Engineers' Club of St. Louis."

1 button "Labor Omniavincity/ A. L. & D Society/ Cristobal, C. Z./ Organized/ March 6, 1928."   

 

NC (Lot 307)    Thirty-nine organizational buttons from outside Pennsylvania:

 1 button: "Annual Picnic/ Southern Pacific/ June 9, 1928, Palacios, Texas." 

 1 button "St. Louis County Welfare/ Work/ Charity Begans At Home."

 1 button "11th Annual Meeting/ Kansas State Farm Bureau/ Great Bend Kans./ Jan. 14-15-16,

            1930."

 1 button "Mississippi Valley/ Farm Equipment Association." 

 2 buttons "Eugene Field Carnival/ Nov. 8, 1929."

 1 button "Winnebago County/ 1929/ at Madison."

 1 button "Just Tell Them You Saw Me At/ Hotel Columbia/ Atlantic City."

 1 button "Presbyterian General Assembly/  Atlantic City/ 1916."

 1 button "Consolidated Stores Co./ Horse Traders Union." 

 1 button "1930/ Mississippi Health."

 1 button "American Royal Live Stock Show/ Royal 4-H Club Conference/ Kansas City, MO/

            Nov. 16-23, 1929."

 1 button "Life Insurance For Men, Women and Children/ The Prudential/ Ins. Co. of America,

            Newark, NJ/ The Prudential Has the Strength of Gibraltar." 

1 button "Horse Shows/ Sine Mora/ 1929." 

 2 buttons "Metropolitan Life Insurance Co./ The Light That Never Fails."

 2 buttons "Siloam Com'd;Y/ 54/ KT/ 35th Triennial/ Oak Park, Illinois/ New Orleans - 1922." 

 1 button "San Francisco/ Triennial/ Conclave/ 1883." 

 1 button "The American/ Bankers Insurance Company."

 1 button "Rochester/ 1934/ 1834/ Pioneer."

 1 button "Citizen's National Bank."

 1 button "M.W.A. Convention/ St. Paul Minn 1901." 

 1 button "Zouave Club/ Birmingham, Ala." 

 1 button "National Grange/ Patrons of Husbandry/ Nov. 10-19, 1920/ Boston, Mass." 

 1 button "The Dairyland of Dixie/ Okolona, Miss."

 1 button "Grand Lodge Reunion/ Chicago, Ill 1926." 

 1 button "Annual Assembly Louisiana State Epworth League/ June 12-18/ Mansfield, LA."

 1 button "The Commonwealth Accident-Insurance Company of Little Rock, Ark."

 1 button "14th Annual Convention/ Manhattan/ Kansas/ 1929." 

 1 button "Allied Foundry Associations/ Atlantic City/ 1915." 

 1 button "The Fanner Mfg. Co./ Cleveland, Ohio/ Fanner Chaplets/ Best in the World."

 1 button "Allied Foundry Ass'ns/ Buffalo, 1912."

 1 button "Souvenir/ 30th National/ G.A.R. Encampment/St. Paul, Minn."

 1 button "Souvenir/ 32 National Encampment/ 1898/ Cincinnati, O."

 1 button " Confederate Reunion/ Macon, GA/ May 7-9, 1912." 

 1 button "I'm a Doughnut Dunker/ Maier's Doughnuts."

 1 button "Guardian/ Insurance Corporation."

 1 button "Minnesota Well Drillers/ MWDA/ Eighth Annual/ Convention."

 1 button "Imperial Council Session/ Buffalo, NY 1916." 

 1 button "Souvenir/ U.S. Sovereign Grand Lodge/ I. O. O. F./ Sept. 20-21,1897/ Springfield, Ill." 

 

 

NC (Lot 308)    Collections of eleven (11) buttons, nine with apples, one with a potato, one with a carrot

NC (Lot 309)    Twenty-seven (27) buttons from state schools and universities: 

1 button "Georgia Bull Dogs/ U. G." 

1 button "Homecoming/ Iowa/ Nov. 6, 1926."

1 button "Student Subscriber/ Greater/ Temple University."

1 button "Alumni Day/ P.C./ November 12, 1926."

1 button "Freshman/1930."

1 button "Lincoln." 

2 buttons "Howard."

1 button "Georgia State College of Agriculture/ 1907." 

1 button "LaSalle Academy/ Recreation Fund/ April 1926/ $50,000." 

1 button "The Courier Journal/ Jr. Safety Club."

1 button "Palmerton Schools/ I Save at the Citizens Bank." 

4 buttons "Palmer Method."

1 button "Overbrook High." 

1 button "W. D. H. S./ 22/23."

1 button "Honor Spelling Student." 

1 button "School Bank Club of America/ Member." 

2 buttons "Perfect Attendance in Delaware Schools/ Agriculture."

1 button "Bates." 

2 buttons "Ambridge Junior High Schools."  - Ambridge, PA

1 button "H." 

1 button "Americanization School/ Future Citizen." 

1 button "Lanett/ 1926." 

 

NC (Lot 310)    Collection of seventeen (17) “I’m That Guy” Rube Goldberg, Clix Cigarettes premium

                        buttons

"I'm The Guy That Put Hoboes in Hoboken." 

"I'm The Guy That Built The Subway." 

"I'm The Guy That Put The Sea In Seattle." 

"I'm The Guy That Put The Can In Kansas."

“I'm The Guy That Built The Ark."

"I'm The Guy That Took The Ants Out The Giants."

"I'm The Guy That Erected The North Pole."

 “I'm The Guy That Put The Sea In Seattle."

 “I'm The Guy That Put Hats In Manhattan."

 “I'm The Guy That Put The Cough In Coffee." 

 "I'm The Guy That Put Stickers on Gooseberries."

 "I'm The Guy That Put The Pips in Pippins."

 "I'm The Guy That Put Cyclones in Kansas."

 "I'm The Guy That Invented Hot Air."

 "I'm The That Put The Hump on Camels."

 "I'm The Guy That Put The Rock in Rockaway."

 "I'm The Guy That Put The Bunk In Bunker Hill."

 

NC (Lot 311)    Collection of twenty-nine (29) religious and fraternal organizational buttons:

1 button -  "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt by saved. / Acts 16:31."

1 button - "Emanuel A.M.E. Church."

1 button - "Zurch 1913."

1 button - "Woman's Board of Home Missions." 

1 button - "By grace are ye saved, thru faith.  Not of Works. Eph. 2:8." 

1 button - "Methodist S.S."

1 button - "Reed Street Baptist Church."

1 button - "Young People/ Missionaries/ Brotherhood/ Every Member/ Sunday School."

1 button - "Presbyterian S.S." 

1 button - "Wolverine Pledgee."

1 button - "Overcome Evil With Good." 

1 button - "Rebekah." 

1 button - "St. John's S.S." 

1 button - "S.E. R.S." 

1 button - "Seek Ye First The Kingdom of God." 

1 button - "Reformed S.S."

1 button - "United Brethren."

1 button - "Company S.A. S.S." 

2 buttons - "Lutheran S.S."

1 button - "Bishops' Crusade."

1 button - "He that hath not the Son of God hath not life. I John 5:12." 

2 buttons- "Trinity Shrine."

3 buttons of religious figures; Jesus with Sacred Heart, St. Patrick driving out the snakes, Saint

            with church in background  

2 buttons with a cross.

1 button with a heart, cross and thorns. 

 

NC (Lot 312)                Collection of six (6) buttons “Strap Hangers’ League/ More Seats/Harlan”,

Mayoral candidate in Iowa

NC (Lot 313)                Collection of sixteen (16) Sweet Caporal cigarette premium buttons:

3 buttons "You Make Me Tired."

1 button "Never Touched Me." 

1 button "This is on Me." 

1 button "Girl Wanted." 

1 button "Look The Other Way Please." 

2 buttons “Here's Your Hat, What's Your  Hurry." 

1 button "Don't Kick." 

1 button "If You Love Me Grin." 

1 button "I will be a sister to you." 

1 button "Yes, Darling." 

1 button "Set em up again." 

1 button "A penny for your thoughts." 

1 button "What will you take for it."

NC (Lot 314)                Collection of six (6) High Admiral Cigarette buttons:

1 button "Ta-Ta I’ll see you later." 

1 button "There Are Others, But None So Good." 

1 button "Here's Your Hat, What's Your Hurry." 

1 button "I loved you better than you knew." 

1 button "You've Fooled Me Long Enough." 

1 button "You Make Me Very Tired."

NC (Lot 315)                Collection of five (5) Favorite Cigarettes premium buttons:

1 button "Work For The Red."

1 button "Oh, You Ki-id." 

1 button "Right Off The Bat." 

1 button "Hit Him With A Brick." 

1 button "I Am Surprised."

NC (Lot 316)    Collection of nine (9) Father’s Day buttons, eight “Ask Dad, he knows” Caporal

                        Cigarette premium buttons and one “Father’s Day/ June 18th

NC (Lot 317)    Collection of seven (7) stick buttons with ribbons:

1 button "Keep Your Shirt On"

2 buttons "Have a Drink"

2 buttons "Ask Pappa"

1 button "Kiss Me Quick"

1 button  "Wanted a Wife."

 

NC (Lot 318)                Collection of four (4) buttons:

1 button "What'll I Do Kid"

1 button "I'm Looking For A Merry Widow." 

1 button "I'm Looking For The Merry Widow." 

1 button  "Let's Get Acquainted."

NC (Lot 319)                Collection of nine (9) buttons

1 button "Now Will You Be Good." 

1 button of a Civil War veteran with a little girl. 

1 button "Arnolds' Bakery/ 25th Anniversary/ 1898-1923/ Wonderful New Oven/ Capacity –

40 Loaves Per Minute/ Where Better Bread Is Made"  (has a mirror). 

1 button "I Am A Little Gold Bug" (FYI - has to do with keeping the U.S. on the gold standard.   

1 button "Giles County Burial Association." 

1 button "Natchez Young & Old Peoples Burial Ass'n Louisiana." 

3 buttons playing card buttons, 2 of diamonds, Queen of diamonds and five of diamonds

NC (Lot 320)                Collection of forty-two (42) cigarette premium buttons

18 buttons of beautiful women.  The back of some of these buttons read "19707/ By the

            Whitehead & Hoag Co.," "The Favorite Cigarettes." 

13 buttons of actresses - "Katherine Florence," "Fanny Johnson," "Pearl Revare," "Caroline

            Hamilton," "Marie Studholme," "Rose Braham," "Frankie Kimble," "Mabel Love." 

            Some of the names are unreadable.  Backs read "Sweet Caporal Cigarette." 

1 button "Lacqueret/ Class of 1907."  

4 buttons that read "Pax."  Backs read "Whitehead & Hoag." 

2 buttons that read "Join the Pollyanna Club/ Be Glad."  Backs read "Boston Badge Co." 

1 button of a woman with a horn.  Back reads "England."

1 button that reads "Japanese Lady."  The back reads "American Pepsin Com Co." 

1 button that reads "Doll's Day." 

1 button of a woman.  The back reads "Perfectionee/ Paris." 

 

NC (Lot 321)                Six (6) cigarette premium buttons from Hassan Cigarette, Tokyo Cigarette

                                    designed by Rube Goldberg

"Lead Me To It," 

"Hire A Hall,"

"I'm The Guy That Put The Pea In Peaches,"

"I'm The Guy That Put The Elk In Welcome,"

"I'm The Guy That Put The Bull In Bull Con,"

"I'm The Guy That Put The Eel In Sealskin." 

NC (Lot 322)                Two “Kaptin Kiddo Blub/ Member” buttons, The Turr’ble Tales of Kaptin Kiddo

                                    appear each week on the Sunday North American”

 

NC (Lot 323)                Twenty-five (25) buttons from various causes, some are marked on the reverse

 "David C. Cook Publishing Co.,"  "St. Louis Button Co.," "Greenduck Co.,"

"The Whitehead & Hoag Co.," "Penn Button Works Phila."; 

1 button - "Blue Ribbon Cake/ Ask Me."

1 button -  "INER Seal."

1 button  - "Get in the Game." 

1 button with a red heart. 

1 button with a key and letter "Z."

1 button with a lantern. 

1 button - "Put On The Whole Armour of God." 

1 button - "Heaven Our Home." 

1 button - "V/C/" 

1 button - "Class 1." 

1 button - "Got One." 

1 button with a red cross.

1 button with a blue arrow. 

1 button - "100 point club 1940." 

1 button - "I Live Here Ask Me." 

1 button - "United Americans." 

1 button - "85." 

1 button - "I've Invested."

 1 button - "Lietuva." 

1 button - "Hot Tea Week/ Turn To Tea."

1 button - "I'm The Jazzin Kid."

1 button with a gold arrow. 

1 button - "Olympic Funds Supporter." 

1 button - "Member." 

1 button of a windmill

 

NC (Lot 324)                Collection twenty-five (25) fraternal and organizational buttons

1 button - "Western District." 

1 button - "Information? / Ask Me/ My Name Is."

1 button - "I Gave Did You?"

1 button - "Go Right on Working." 

1 button - "Chambersburg Council No. 1426/ K. of C./ June 13, 1909."  - Knights of Columbus

1 button of a red rose. 

1 button - "We're Going Forward." 

1 button - "B/'95." 

2 buttons - "Grand Union Company." 

1 button of a figure. 

1 button - "The Liberty." 

1 button - "Own Your Home Exposition/ May 14th To 19th." 

1 button with a gold star and blue background. 

1 button - "Circle K Ranch." 

1 button of a leaf. 

1 button of an orange circle with a black background.

1 button that reads "Guest." 

1 button - "SHTWSSTK." 

1 button - "First Year."

1 button - "Little Pinkies/ The Policeman." 

1 button of an American flag. 

1 button of a shamrock. 

1 button - "Great Dane." 

1 button of an eagle. 

 

NC (Lot 325)                Collection of forty-one (41) fraternal and organizational buttons

1 button - "S.T.C. Vintings/ Valley City."

1 button  "S.E.A."/ Philadelphia/1919." 

1 button - "B.S.G." 

1 button - "THBMJFIFTL." 

1 button - "B/ 1030." 

1 button - "C.N.W.O.T." 

1 button - "W.P.J./ S.D. of L."  with scales, ax

1 button - "T.W.O.C. Committee/ Local 47."

1 button - " SCI." 

1 button - "PMS." 

1 button  "W.W.B.A./ Member." 

1 button - "C. of BR." 

1 button - "International Association of Display Men/ Display Advertising." 

1 button - "Eta Kappa Nu." – honor society of international electrical and computer engineers

1 button - "Centenario De Guayaquil/ 1820-1920." – Centennial park in Guayaquil, Ecuador

1 button - "A.C.C. 10,000 club."

1 button - "The Electric Line/ W B & A." 

1 button - "Community U.C.T. Building." 

1 button with a crown. 

1 button - "Sovereign Grand Lodge/ I.O.O.F./ Sept. 20-24 1926/ Rebekah Assembly

Military Council."  - Independent Order of Odd Fellows

1 button - "Zem Zem/ 77/ 1918." 

1 button - "A.E.A." 

1 button - "Member/ AFBF."  (Possibly the American Farm Bureau Foundation.)

1 button - "I.O.G.T." 

1 button - "Veteran Brigade." 

1 button - "The Kilties." 

1 button - "H &M." 

1 button - "A.D.K." 

1 button - "JP." 

1 button - "C.G.L." 

1 button - "KOTOP" 

1 button - W.C.A." 

1 button - "A.M.P.O." 

1 button - F.B.C. "

1 button - "S.E.A. Pennsylvania." 

1 button - "W.B.U.L." 

1 button - "MC."

1 button - "K.O.T.M.O.T.W." (Knights of the Maccabees of the World.) 

1 button - "1892-1922/ $500,000/ Contributor to Anniversary Fund." 

1 button - "Lutheran S.S."

1 button - "I Own A War Bond/ Do You?" 

 

NC (Lot 326)    Collection of fourteen (14) insurance buttons

12 buttons - "Philadelphia Life Insurance/ Life/ Health/ Accident."

1 button - "Continental/ Casualty/ Company/ Chicago." 

1 button - "Metropolitan Life Insurance/ The Light That Never Fails."

NC (Lot 327)    Collection of nine (9) religious buttons, backs read: "Sold By H. Kaufman & Son/ Grand

                        Rapids, Mich,” “The Whitehead & Hoag Co."  "Little's Cross Crown System,"  "David

                        Cook Publishing Sunday School Requisites, Co,"  "Bastian Bros."

2 buttons - "Look Up/ Lift Up/ E/L."

2 buttons- "Victory Fund Campaign/ New Era/ Movement/ 1919." 

1 button - "Be Ye Therefore Ready." 

1 button - "White Cross Brotherhood." 

1 button - "The Transfiguration." 

1 button - "Methodist S.S." 

1 button - "Jesus Only." 

 

NC (Lot 328)    Collection of ten (10) Clix Cigarettes buttons, design by Rube Goldberg:

"I'm The Guy That Built The Subway," 

"I'm The Guy That Put Whiskers on Catfish." 

"Now Will You Be Good," 

"I'm The Guy That Put The Shine In Sunshine," 

"I'm The Guy That's Chief of Mischief," 

"I'm The Guy That Put Bunk in Bunker Hill," 

"I'm The Guy That Put Hoboes in Hobken,"

"Slam It - Old Boy Slam It,"

"I'm The Guy That Put the Devil To Sleep." 

Sweet Caporal Cigarettes Button - "Ah! There?" 

 

NC (Lot 330     Collection of nine (9) Pen Rose buttons made by the A.J. Keil Co.

NC (Lot 331)    Collection of twenty-five (25) organizational buttons

1 button - "World's Greatest Furniture Sale/ National Hartman Week." 

1 button - "Fill The Empty Sockets." 

1 button of an American flag. 

1 button - "The Louis Traxler Co./1521/ Button Hunt."

1 button - "Ask Dad, he knows." 

1 button - "Old Home Re-union." 

1 button - "Rotary International." 

1 button - "Game Rooster."

1 button - "By This Sign Conquer."

1 button - "Pax." 

2 button - Red Cross

1 button - "8/ Bay County Welfare." 

1 button - "I Am A Member Are You?/ Mind/ Spirit/ Body." 

1 button - "Palmer Method."

1 button - "Our Golden Blend Coffee At Your Grocers." 

1 button - "National Sewing Machine Company/ Belvidere, Ill." 

1 button - "Berger/170." 

1 button - "Amateur Professional Tournament/ G.A. of  P./ November 30, 1915." 

1 button - "Service Award/ Dispatch." 

1 button - "Clean Up - Paint Up-Live Up." 

1 button - "Education/ Industry/ ANTA/ Thrift/ Hospitals/ Pensions."

1 button - "The First 100,000." 

1 button - "You Must Come Across." 

1 button - "Rally Day."  

 

NC (Lot 333)                Two cigar boxes, “Amerada/ Special Selection/ Factory No. 300/ 1st Dist, PA.

                                    25” and “De Luxe Phillies/Extra Size/ Factory No. 550/ 1st District/ State of

                                    Pennsylvania”

NC (Lot 334)                Four (4) cigar boxes, three Certified Cremo and one Muriel Senators

NC (Lot 335)                Collection of eleven (11) organizational buttons

2 buttons - "Christmas Party/ Cyrpus Temple." (NY)  Back reads "The Whitehead & Hoag." 

1 button -  "Holder Press."   Back reads "Phila. Badge Co." 

1 button - "Tillie/ New York Sunday American/ 372050."  Back reads "Wear This Button.  Watch

            for Lucky Numbers on Comic Pages of New York Sunday American for Valuable

            Prizes." 

1 button - "Authority on/ Cycling/ Guns/ Baseball."  Made by Whitehead & Hoag. 

1 button - "One/ Bulletin/ Cent." 

1 button - "DSL/ Specialty Salesman Magazine/ Service/ Courtesy/ Quality." 

1 button - "Farmer Smith's Rainbow Club/ Evening Ledger/ Philadelphia."  Made by Whitehead

            & Hoag. 

1 button - "I Own A Liberty Bond."  Made by Ehrman. 

2 buttons - "Inter-Ocean."  Made by the St. Louis Button Company.

 

NC (Lot 336)                Collection of twenty-nine (29) organizational buttons

5 buttons from the Audubon Society.  From Bastian Brothers Co. 

2 buttons - "There Is Hope/ Munyon Hope Association." 

1 button - "Republican Party & Prosperity." 

1 button - "Come With Me To Steinman's Ranges/ 155th Anniversary." 

7 flag buttons.

2 buttons with white and red circles. 

2 buttons - "Say No Kiddin/ I'm Nuts Enuff." 

2 buttons - "Fish & Game Prt. Ass'n/ Rome/ 1927."  Made by The Whitehead & Hoag. 

2 buttons - "Be A Good Neighbor." 

1 button of a fireman.  Made by Whitehead & Hoag. 

1 button - "United Mine Workers." 

3 buttons - "General Hospital Health Happiness/ 1920."  Made by the American Art Works.

NC (Lot 337)                Collection of 34 fraternal and organizational buttons:

2 buttons - "Rally Day/ By This Sign Conquer."  Made by the Westminster Press. 

1 button - "Vote Yes/ School Loan April 12th." 

2 buttons -  "Erin Go Bragh."  Made by Makers of Celluloid Novelties, Advertise F.F. Pulver Co. 

1 button - "St. Patrick's Day 17."  Made by Herman Klosawer. 

1 button with a shamrock. 

1 button - "Mountain Tonic." 

1 button - "The Presbyterian Hospital." 

5 Mason buttons.

2 buttons - "Indian Motorcycles/ The Hendee Manufacturing Co. Springfield Mass."  Made by

            Whitehead & Hoag. 

1 button - "Benjamin Brave/ 1926." 

1 button - "Safety First."  Made by the St. Louis Button Company. 

1 button - "Junior Safety Council/ N.S.C." 

1 button - "Modern Health Crusader." 

1 button - "I Am For Safety First."  Made by Whitehead & Hoag. 

1 button - National Hospital Day/ May 12."  Made by the St. Louis Button Company.

1 button - "I'm For Health."  Made by the St. Louis Button Company. 

1 button - "League of Lifebuoy/ Health Guards." 

1 button - "Band of Mercy/ A.H.E.S."

1 button - "J. Keil Co." 

2 buttons - "Lehigh Valley Junior Safety Council/ ABC."

2 buttons - "Be Glad You Can Give/ Community Chest/ 1929."  Made by Whitehead & Hoag. 

2 buttons - P.O.S. of A.. 

2 buttons - "I've Joined - Compliments of the Evening Bulletin." 

 

NC (Lot 338)                Collection of thirty-seven (37) buttons

1 button - "I Am 100% Today." 

5 buttons GAR,  one has the year "1922."  The backs read "The Mason Costume and Theatre

            Supply Co." and "Sommer Bridge Mfg. Co." 

2 buttons from "LFATA."  They are made by Whitehead and Hoag. 

2 weather flags - "Clear or Fair Weather" and "Northeasterly Winds."  Made by High Admiral

            Cigarettes. 

2 buttons of George Washington.

1 button - "I Will Not Buy Shoes Without This Stamp/ Boot & Shoe Workers Union/ Union

            Stamp/ Factory No."  Made by Ehrman. 

1 button - "Wear Fuld's Clothing/ YMBOD/ Columbia, PA."  Made by Whitehead and Hoag. 

2 buttons - "W.S.S./ Pledged for 1918."  Made by Whitehead and Hoag. 

2 buttons from "G.B.U." 

2 button - 4H , One reads "Demonstrator/ Boys & Girls Clubs." 

2 from "Diamond Crystal/ Shaker Salt." 

2 buttons - "Stewart." 

2 buttons - "HGS."  Made by Keystone Badge Co. 

5 buttons from "Retail Grocery Clerks Union/ R.C.I.P.A./ Local 859."  The buttons are September

            (quantity 2), August (quantity 2), and June. 

1 button - "Hug Me."

1 button - "Lend Me Your Wife Just For A Kid." 

1 button - "Do You Want Me."  These previous three buttons were made by Whitehead & Hoag. 

3 buttons - "Clean Up - Paint Up - Live Up."  Made by Ehrman.   

 

NC (Lot 339)                Collection of five (5) buttons with ribbons

4 buttons with ribbons - "K.O.P. Reunion Committee Fair/ Sinking Spring, PA."  Made by

            Keystone Badge Co. 

1 button with ribbon - "Centennial P.O.S. of K./ Reading/ 1897.

 

NC (Lot 340)                One badge with ribbons, “American of Knights of the Mystic Chain/ Lancaster

                                    Castle/ No. 126/ Lancaster, PA”

NC (Lot 341)                Four (4) buttons with ribbons

1 button with a ribbon - "Cumberland, MD." 

1 button with a ribbon - "AJ Climenson/ Convention International Association of Display Men/

            June 15-18, 1925/ St. Louis."  Made by Whitehead & Hoag. 

1 button with a ribbon - "I Am Looking For The Merry Widow/ A.A.O.N.M.S./ Convention/ St.

            Paul, Minn./July 13-18th, '08."

1 button with a ribbon - "W.J. Tipton #26/ Delegate/ Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen of

            America/ 6th Biennial and 21st Regular Convention/ August 15, 1932/ Chicago, Ill."  

NC (Lot 342)                Five (5) political convention badges

1 button with a ribbon - "27th Annual Convention/ June 23-24-25-26/ 1924/ Buffalo, NY./

            International Association of Display Men."  Made by Whitehead & Hoag. 

1 button with a ribbon - "GAR/ Massachusetts."  With hanging turkey

1 button with a ribbon - "Souvenir/ 36th Encampment/Grand Army of the Republic/ Washington

            DC/ Oct 6-19, 1902."  Made by Schwabb S.&S. Co. 

1 button with a ribbon - "International Ass'n. Of Display Men/ Cleveland 1923."  Made by

            Bastian Bros.  1 button with a ribbon - "A.J. Climenson/ 31st Annual Convention

            Member/ International Association of Displaymen/ Toronto/ Canada/ 1928."   

 

NC (Lot 343)                Collection of twelve (12) fraternal medal pins and badges

1 button - "Siloam Com'd'y/ Oak Park/ Illinois/ 35th Triennial/ New Orleans -1922." 

1 button - "Boston/ 1895/ 26th Triennial Conclave/ Encampment/ Of The U.S/ Of The/ Grand." 

            Made by "E.L. Logee & Co." 

1 button - "Ohio Fire Chiefs Convention/ August 4, 5, 6, 1910." (missing ribbon) Made by

            Whitehead & Hoag. 

2 cross buttons.

1 button - "68th Great Sun Council/ IMP'D.O.R.M./ 1915/ Chicago."  (missing ribbon) Made by

            Whitehead & Hoag. 

1 button - "Los Angeles, Cal. 1912/ Grand Army of the Republic/ 1861 Veteran 1866/ 46th

            National Encampment."  Back reads "Official Souvenir Badge." 

1 button pin - "Washington/ '96."  Back unreadable.

1 button of a man with a hunting dog.  (missing ribbon) Back reads "Sportsman's Digest/

            Cincinnati, O./ Dogs - Hunting/ Trapping - Fishing/ Outdoor Sports."

1 stick pin of a soldier on a horse.

1 button - "Veteran/ Metropolitan Life Insurance Co./ Policy Holder/ 25 Years." 

1 button of a turtle.

 

NC (Lot 344)                Collection of five (5) fraternal badges and pins

1 button with ribbon - "Chicago 1914/ A.F.A./ Annual Convention / Chicago/ Sept 7 - 11 1914." 

1 button with a ribbon - "O. of I.A./ Star of the West Council/ No. 465." 

1 button with a ribbon with no words or information. 

1 button with a ribbon of a farmer. 

1 button with a ribbon - "Pluribus/ Unum."

 

NC (Lot 345)                Collection seven fraternal badges

1 button with a ribbon - "O. of I.A." 

1 button with a ribbon - "Souvenir." 

1 button with a ribbon - "St. John's Commandery, No. 1, Wilmington, Del/ Boston/ 1895."  Made

            by Whitehead & Hoag. 

1 button with a ribbon - "O. of I. A./ Star of the West Council / 465."   

1 button with a ribbon of eagle and flag.  Made in England. 

1 button with a ribbon with a flag and symbols.  

1 button with a ribbon - "Celebrate with the Hazel Nuts/ July 4, '16/ Hazel Park Commercial

            Club."

 

NC (Lot 346)                Collection of six fraternal and organization badges

1 button with a ribbon with a crown and gavels. 

1 button with a ribbon - "Equity Co-operative Exchange/ St. Paul/ The Farmer's Terminal/           Farmer's Convention/ St. Paul/ December 8th, 9th, 10th, 1914." 

1 button with a ribbon - "Seventh Annual I.A.T.A./ San Antonio of City of Mexico/ 1897." 

1 button with a ribbon - "Memorial Day." 

1 button with a ribbon - "Knights of the Golden Eagle/  F.V.H." 

1 button with a ribbon of an Indian and rifles. 

 

NC (Lot 347)                Collection of twenty-one (21) fraternal ribbons

"Minnesota." 

"Chesapeake Club." 

"30th Annual Convention/ I.A.D.M./ Detriot, Mich./ 1927."

 "V.V.F.A./ Buffalo, NY/ Organized Feb. 3, 1893."

 "Compliments of  A.N. David/ Beacon Engine Co./ No. 1/ Mattewan, NY." 

"XXIV/ Criennial Conclave/ Washington, D.C./ Knightstown/ Commandery/ No. 9/

            Knightstown, Ind."  "Springfield Commandery/ K.T./ Springfield, Mass./ Pilgrimage to

            the 24th Triennal Conclave/ Washington, DC/ October 7th - 12th  1889."

 "Jerusalem Commandery/ K.T./ Fitchburg, Mass/ Pilmgrimage to the 27th Triennial Conclave/

            Pittsburg, PA/ Oct. 10-15,1898."

"1765/ GreenTree Inn/ 1913." 

2 ribbons of American flags. 

1 St. Patrick ribbon/decorative piece. 

"Buy A Cash Admission On Exhibitors Day/ A.Y.P. Exposition/ Sept. 18/ 1909/ And Get One of

            the 75,000 Prizes." 

"Your Money Back on Exhibitors Day/ September 18th/ A.Y.P.E." 

"1811/ 1911/ Fallowfield Meeting/ One Hundredth Anniversary/ Ninth Month, Sixteenth."

"158 Member/ American Institute of Homeopathy." 

"Ross Memorial/ June 4, 1897." 

"Furry Reunion." 

"Committee/D.C.L." 

"Union."

"Information."  

 

NC (Lot 348)                Three (3) fraternal badges

1 button with a ribbon of an eagle.  

1 button with a ribbon - "In Hoc Signo/ Vindes." 

1 button with a ribbon - "O. of I.A./ Star of the West Council/ No. 485." 

1 incomplete piece of ribbon/button - ribbon does not exist.  

 

NC (Lot 349)    Five (5) metal tokens, insignia, badges

"Victory Liberty Loan." 

"U.S.” Infantry insignia

2 metal, brass colored objects

 

NC (Lot 350)                Silver colored military emblem of eagle with arrows and leave in talons, “E. Pluribus Unum”

 

NC (Lot 352)                Collection of twelve (12) fraternal and organizational pins and fobs

1 that reads "18" in red shield  

1 medallion of a door knocker, missing ribbon

1 that reads "AOK of MC."  Masonic for Ancient Order of the Knights of the Mystic Chain,

                        founded in Reading, PA in 1870 but didn’t make it outside of PA

1 that reads "Alces/ Moose/ Machlis/ FHC." 

1 that reads "In Hoc Signo Vinces." 

1 medallion of a bulldog, missing its ribbon

1 that reads "Committee."

1 that reads "1823/1900” with two hands shaking between the dates

4 with no ribbons of various symbols

NC (Lot 353)                Collection of one hundred thirty-four (134) Centennial celebration buttons with

                                    ribbons, " Old Home Week/ Manheim, PA/ June 30 - July 5, 1912/ Baron Von

                                    Stiegel's Office” with three ribbons “Civic Industrial/ Patriotic Fraternal/ Hope

                                    Hose Co.1812-1912”

 

F3.9 (Lot 354)              Shotgun, percussion, half stock muzzle loading, no marks, condition issues

F3.51 (Lot 355)            Long rifle with percussion lock, lock not original marked “H. Elwell”, condition

                                    issues

F3.63 (Lot 356)            Long rifle, smooth bore percussion, no names or marks, condition issues

F3.81 (Lot 357)            Long rifle, long bore, married parts, condition issues, .68 cal

F3.93  (Lot 358)           Civil War musket, 1864 Springfield, missing parts

F3.98 (Lot 359)            Shotgun, “Hunter” on barrel, missing parts, condition issues

F3.103 (Lot 360)          Shotgun, light weight muzzle loader, Belgian

 

 

Pennsylvania Lumber Museum, Galeton, PA

 

NC                               Chainsaw, Homelite model 26 LCS, 18” bar, c.1951-53

LMU2003.1.1A-B        Commemorative plate, The Hamilton Collection’s “Timber Line”, c.1993

 

Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PA 

 

RR72.92          Book, Model Cars and Locomotives, by Edward Beal and Frank Taylor, 1940

RR76.13          Book, Two Rail and Special Switches by Frank L. McKenna, 1946

 

RR76.20          Five library books, including;

 Bassett-Lowke Catalogue, The - Section "A" by Bassett-Lowke, Ltd., 1926;

 Building Model Locomotives, F.J. Roche & G.G. Templer, Ed by S.W. Stevens-Stratten, 1968

Model Locomotive Valve Gears by Martin Evans, 1962

Model Railway Handbook, The - 7th edition, by W.J. Bassett-Lowke, 1927

New Ideas in Railroad Modeling by Jim Mourning and Bob Rolofson, 1957. 

 

RR78.9            Eight books and one periodical, including:

Book of Rules for Model Railroaders by Lawrence W. Sagle, 1943        

Handbook for Model Railroaders by W.K. Walthers, 1944, 3rd edition

Model Electric Locomotives and Railways - 2nd printing by Henry Greenly, 1927          

Model Railroad Engineering by David Marshall, 1942   

Model Railroads: Planning, Construction, Operations by Edwin P. Alexander, 1940 (Inside

            signed by original donor "Mayor W.D. Stevenson")

Model Railways - 2nd printing by Henry Greenly, 1929 

The Model Railroader Cyclopedia - The Book of Plans - 1941 Edition by Kalmbach Publishing,

            1940, 4th edition

The Model Railroader Cyclopedia - The Book of Plans - 1944 Edition by Kalmbach Publishing,

            1943, 5th edition

The Official Guide of Model Railways, No. 13, July 1972, NMRA Bulletin Special Issue

 

RR79.8            Book, Complete Guidebook to Model Railroading, by David Sutton, 1960

RR79.42          Book, Complete Guidebook to Model Railroading, by David Sutton, 1964

 

RR85.38            Collection of ten books, including:

RR85.38.3 - Catalog and Index Railroad Lettering Decals by Wm. K. Walthers, Inc., 1945

RR85.38.4 - Model Railroad Handbook, Ed. by A.C. Kalmbach, 1951

RR85.38.36 - HO Model Railroading by Jim Mourning, 1958

RR85.38.38 - A Booklet on Interlocking for Model Railroaders by W.K. Walthers, 1940

RR85.38.39 - A Booklet on Two Rail for Model Railroaders by W.K. Walthers, 1939     

RR85.38.40 - A Booklet on Two Rail for Model Railroaders by W.K. Walthers, 1939-1943,

2nd Edition

RR85.38.41 - A Booklet on Rectifiers and Their Application for Model Railroaders by Wm. K.

            Walthers, Inc., 1943     

RR85.38.43 - Operating a Model Railroad by Boomer Pete, 1942

RR85.38.44 - Model Cars and Locomotives by Edward Beal and Frank Taylor, 1940      

RR85.38.48 - Prize Model Railroad Layouts Ed. by A.C. Kalmbach, 1952

 

RR88.14          Book, Model Railroader Cyclopedia, Vol. 2, Diesel Locomotives - 2nd printing, Compiled by

                        Bob Hayden, 1981

RR88.18          Book, Antique Toy Trains: The Hobby of Collecting Old Toy Trains by Howard Godel, 1976

RR88.32          Two books related to model railroad hobby;

Model Railway Engines-Pleasures and Treasures by J.E. Minns, 1969

Tri-ang Hornby Book of Trains by O.S. Nock, 1968

RR94.23 (DNA)           Periodical and five catalog/price lists related to model railroading, c.1949-1989

O-Scale Railroading, Vol. 10, No. 8/ Issue No. 107, August 1989

Catalog - Arnold Rapido Master Catalog and Handbook, 1971/72, 1971

 (2) copies - Newsletter/Price List - E&H Iron Horse - November 1949 (The Electronic and

            Hobbycraft Stores), 1949

 (2) copies - Price List - Kasiner Hobbies, 1950

RR93.36          Book, Model Railroader Cyclopedia, Vol. 1, Steam Locomotives, Ed. by Linn H. Westcott,

                        1960

RR95.43          Book, Introduction to Scale Model Railroading by Linn H. Westcott, 1952

RR2000.7         Five periodicals related to model railroading, c.1941-1979

Model Railroader, Vol. 19, No. 9, September 1952

O-Scale Railroading, Vol. 5, No. 10/ Issue No. 58, April 1979

The Model Craftsman, Vol. 17, No. 7, December 1948

The Model Railroader, Vol. 4, No. 6, June 1937

The Model Railroaders' Digest, Vol. V, No. 1, February 1941

 

RR2000.14       Library materials, including National Model Railroad Association Data books, 1-3

NC                   Book, three catalogs, and an advertisement related to model railroading, c.1952-1986

Practical Guide to Model Railroading, edited by Linn H. Wescott and Richard H. Wagner, 1952

Catalog - Greenburg Publishing Company-Summer Catalog, 1987

Catalog - Greenburg Publishing Company-Winter Catalog, 1986

Catalog - Lionel Toys for 1965

Advertisement (fold-out) - Lionel Electric Toy Trains and Multivolt Transformers - reproduction

            of 1920 original

NC                   Book, Model Railroader Cyclopedia, Vol.2, Diesel Locomotive, 3rd printing, compiled by

                        Bob Hayden, 1986

NC                   Book, Model Railroader Cyclopedia, Vol.1, Steam Locomotives, 3rd printing, Ed. By

                        Linn H. Westcott, 1960

NC                   Book, Lionel Trains – Standard of the World -1900-1943 – 2nd edition, published by TCA

                        Lionel Book Committee, 1989

 

NC                   Group of thirty-three (36) books, six (6) periodicals, and nine-seven (97) catalogs and

                        advertisements related to model railroading, c.1934-1989, including:

1948 Model Railroad Annual, Model & Hobby Industry, 1947, 1st edition

A Booklet on Couplers, Coupling and Uncoupling for Model Railroaders, Published by Wm. K.

            Walthers Inc., 1943,

A.C. Gilbert's Heritage: A collection of American Flyer Articles and Photos, Ed. by Donald J.

            Heimburger, 1983,

Guide to Trolley Model Building: A Model Traction Handbook, Published by Wm. K. Walthers Inc., 1953/1958, 2nd & 3rd printings (2 copies)

Handbook for Model Railroaders, W.K. Walthers, 1944, 3rd edition

How to Operate Lionel HO Trains, ©The Lionel Corporation, 1960,

How to Operate Lionel Trains and Accessories, ©The Lionel Corporation, 1956,

How to Run a Model Railroad - 2nd printing, Boomer Pete, 1944,

How to Wire Your Model Railroad, Linn H. Wescott, 1950,

Introduction to Scale Model Railroading, Linn H. Wescott, 1955,

Introduction to Scale Model Railroading, Linn H. Wescott, 1968, 1968 edition

Lenahan's Locomotive Lexicon - 2nd edition, James Lenahan, 1976,

Lionel Railroad Planning Book, ©The Lionel Corporation, 1944,

Lionel Trains-Standard of the World-1900-1943, Donald S. Fraley,  M.D. editor, 1976 (2 copies)

Miniature Track Design: A Trackwork Manual for Model Railroaders, Wm. K. Walthers, 1944,

Model Locomotives and Rolling Stock, Gordon Varney, 1948,

Model Railroad Signaling and Control Manual-Section "C" Catalog", Crawford E. Staples, 1939,

Model Railroader: Your Introduction to Scale Model Railroading, Linn H. Wescott, 1964,

Model Railroading for You…, Linn H. Wescott, 1945,

Model Railway Engines, J.E. Minns, 1969,

NMRA Manual, National Model Railroad Association, 1953,

Practical Electronic Projects for Model Railroaders, Peter J. Thorne, 1975, 3rd printing

Small Railroads You Can Build, Linn H. Wescott,  John Page,  Larry Kumferman,  Jim Trask and

 Earl Cochran, 1954,

Steam Locomotives; Model Railroader Cyclopedia,  Vol. 1, Ed. by Linn H. Wescott, 1960,

The Model Railroader: Volume One: January-December 1934, A.C. Kalmbach, ©1934, stamp

            inside "This volume is a facsimile reproduction of the original 1934 bound volume…"

The World of Model Trains, edited by Patrick Whitehouse and Allen Levy, 1978,

Toy Trains of Yesteryear: The Trains of Lionel's Standard Gauge Era, Harold H. Carstens, 1964,

            "Fortier" written at top of front cover

Toy, Tinplate & Scale Model Railroads: A Manual for Tinplaters, W.K. Walthers, 1958, 2nd

printing

Traction Guidebook for Model Railroaders, edited by Mike Schafer, 1977, 2nd printing

Wiring Your Layout - 2nd edition, Paul Mallery, 1971,

Advertising Flyer - "This is it!! Collectors Kit No. 1!!...Automobile Car…Ambroid Co.", 1957

Advertising Flyer - Ambroid Superior Quality HO Model Railroad Kits, 1957

Advertising Flyer - Atlas - N Gauge Model Railroading, Nov-67

Advertising Flyer - Authenticast HI-LO Railroad Trestle Set for O, O-27, S, and HO Gauges - Comet Metal Products Co. Inc., ca. 1960s

Advertising Flyer - Cabooses - Roundhouse Products by Model Die Casting, Inc., ca.1950s/60s

Advertising Flyer - Electric Boat Moters by Pittman - Pittman Electrical Developments Co., Sellersville, PA, ca.1950s/60s

Advertising Flyer - Hobbyline for 1957, 1957

Advertising Flyer - Ideal Models - Ready built "HO" Gauge Illuminated Structures, ca.1950s/60s

Advertising Flyer - Mantua - Railroads in Miniature -Mantua Metal Products Co., Woodbury

            Heights, NJ, ca.1950s/60s

Advertising Flyer - Mantua's Streamline Cars - Mantua Metal Products Co., Woodbury Heights,

            NJ, ca.1950s/60s

Advertising Flyer - New from Atlas…Pier Set…Snap-Track…Distributed by Atlas Tool Co.,

            Inc., ca.1950s/60s

Advertising Flyer - Pennsylvania Scale Models - HO Gauge - Precision Built Scale Model

            Railroad Traction Kits, ca.1950s/60s

Advertising Flyer - Scintilla Rail & Power Works, Inc. - HO Model Railroad Power Supplies, ca.

            1960s

Advertising Flyer - Simmons HO Circus Models - Simmons Scale Models, Inc., Chicago, Illinois,

            ca.1950s/60s

Advertising Flyer - The New O-scale Ten Wheeler by All Nation, ca.1950s/60s

Advertising Flyer - TYCO- "Created for those who love trains…", ca. 1960s

Advertising Flyer - Ulrich the quality leader in HO gauge - Ulrich Model Kits…North

            Hollywood, California, ca.1950s/60s

Advertising Flyer - Ulrich…the Coal Yard Accessory Set…Ulrich Model Kits, ca.1950s/60s

Advertising Flyer - USRA…The Classic Series…Akane…Baltimore, Md., ca.1950s/60s

Advertising Flyer - Varney - "The Most Exciting New HO Toy Train of the Year!...", ca. 1960s

Advertising Insert - "New Freight Car Kits Feature Unique Construction Details" - Walthers

            Specialties, Inc., unknown

Advertising Insert - Ambroid Liquid Cement, ca. 1960s

Advertising Insert - Monogram Models, 1957

Advertising Insert - Play-guide 1957 - To America's Greatest Toy Town-Original Plasticville,

            U.S.A. by Bachmann, 1957

Advertising Insert - X-acto Knives-Blades and Tools for Every Hobby, ca.1950s/60s

Advertising Pamphlet - 'HO' gauge - Roundhouse Products - Model Die Casting, Inc.,

            ca.1950s/60s

Advertising Pamphlet - Marklin Model Railway, 1967

Booklet - KTM - HO and O Gauge Scale Model Locomotives Completion and Maintenance Manual - Max Gray - Importer and Distributer Perfection Scale Models, 1961

Booklet - The Scale Craft Model Book - American Model Engineers, Inc., 1934

Catalog - "65 The Year to Go Gilbert", 1965

Catalog - "Here comes Gilbert HO for '57…", 1957

Catalog - 1966 Plasticville, U.S.A. - Railroad Accessories, 1966

Catalog - AHM (Associated Hobby Manufacturers) 67-68, 1967

Catalog - AHM (Associated Hobby Manufacturers) New 1966 Edition Catalog, 1966

Catalog - Alexander Scale Model and Accessories, ca. 1960s

Catalog - Aristo Craft Miniatures, Newark, NJ, ca. 1960s

Catalog - Atlas - HO Gauge Track, Trackside Buildings and Structures, Operating Accessories, 2

            different editions, ca. 1960s

Catalog - Aurora Postage Stamp Trains - 1967 Catalog, 1967

Catalog - Balboa Scale Models - 3rd Edition, ca. 1960s

Catalog - Bowser, 1968

Catalog - Denison Live Steam Models, 1963

Catalog - HO Scale Catalog 1932-1963 - Athearn, 1962

Catalog - Lionel - Trains/Raceways/Phonographs/Science Sets, 1966

Catalog - Lionel 1963, 1963

Catalog - Lionel 1964, 1964

Catalog - Lionel 1968 Trains and Accessories, 1968

Catalog - Lionel Toys for 1965, 1965

Catalog - LMB Models, ca. 1960s

Catalog - Lobaugh Micrometer Precision "O" Gauge Model Railroads - Cat. No. 5591, ca. 1960s

Catalog - Model Railroad Equipment 1965-66 Buyer's Guide - A Service of Kalmbach Publishing

            Co., 1965

Catalog - Model Railroad Equipment Buyer's Guide - A Service of Kalmbach Publishing Co.,

            1966

Catalog - New OK - Miniature Engines, Passenger Car Kits, Ready-to-run Train Sets - Prices

            effective July 1st, 1957, 1957

Catalog - Pacific Fast Mail, 12th edition - includes price list, 1967

Catalog - Pacific Fast Mail, 13th edition - includes price list, 1969

Catalog - Pacific Fast Mail, 6th edition - includes price list, 1960

Catalog - Polk's Model Craft Hobbies - HO Model Railroads - 1943 edition, 1943

Catalog - Ralbar - World's Largest Producers of Railroad Recordings, ca. 1960s

Catalog - Roundhouse Products 1957 - B, 1957

Catalog - Scale Model Railways Catalog - 1937 - Huntington, Indiana, 1937

Catalog - Selley Model Railroad Catalog No. 6, Jan-61

Catalog - Selley Model Railroad Catalog No. 8, ca. 1960s

Catalog - TYCO-HO Electric Trains, Road Racing, Accessories, 1968-1969, 1968

Catalog - TYCO-HO Electric Trains, Roadracing, Accessories, 1966-1967, 1966

Catalog - TYCO-HO Electric Trains, Speedways, Accessories, 1965-66, 1965

Catalog - Varney HO Trains 1967 Catalog, 1967

Catalog - Viscount Model R.R. Products, 1967

Catalog - Walthers "O" Scale 1966 Catalog and Reference Manual for Miniature Railroading,

            1966

Catalog - Walthers "O" Scale Catalog and Reference Manual for Model Railroaders, 1964

Catalog - Walthers Catalog for Model Railroaders, 3rd printing, 1947

Catalog - Walthers Catalog for Model Railroaders, 4th printing, 1948

Catalog - Walthers 'O' Scale Catalog, 1967

Insert - card with images of decals for model railroading use, unknown

Model Airplane, Boat and Accessories Catalog - Germantown Model Supplies, ca. 1960s

Order Form - The All Nation Line - The New All-Nation Motors, ca.1950s/60s

Pamphlet - How to Double the fun and satisfaction of HO scale models, ca. 1960s

Photograph with press release - Image of boy and father putting together a model train layout on

            floor - from A.C. Gilbert Company, ca. 1960s

Photograph with press release - Image of boy playing with model train layout on floor - from

            A.C. Gilbert Company, ca. 1960s

Price List - Balboa Scale Models, Effective September 1967, Sep-67

Price List - LMB Models - May 1969, May-69

Price List - Model Hobbies Scratchbuilders Supplies - Model Hobbie, New Cumberland, PA, c.

            1960s

Copies of inserts for Model Railroader-drawings of PRR Class F-3 locomotive, 3 pages, unknown

Insert from Model Railroader-HO Gauge No. 6 Switch Template, 6 pages, 1945

O Gauge Modeler, Vol. 3, No. 3, Mar-53

The 1967 NMRA Directory, 1967

The 1968 NMRA Directory, 1968

The Official Guide of Model Railways, NMRA Bulletin Special Issue, No. 6 , Jan-74

 

Public Timetables

RR74.26          Twenty-six (26) duplicate Pennsylvania Railroad timetables, ca. 1949-1964

RR74.27          Six (6) public timetables from misc. railroads, ca. 1966-1969

RR75.6            Twenty-three (23) Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad timetables, ca. 1948-1950

RR75.29          Seven (7) Reading Railway System/ Reading Lines Time Tables, ca. 1962-1967

RR76.18          Five (5) public timetables - misc. railroads, ca. 1958-1966

RR76.20          Four (4) public timetables, misc. railroads, c.1944-1964

RR78.9            Thirty-one (31) public timetables - misc. railroads, ca. 1946-1970

RR79.11          Eighty-one (81) public timetables - misc. railroads, ca. 1949-1963

RR79.14          Six (6) public timetables, Penn Central, ca. 1969-1972

RR87.24          Public timetable, Penn Central, October 26, 1975

RR87.33          Two (2) public timetables, New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad, ca. 1966

 

RR90.26          Two (2) public Timetables - New York, Ontario & Western, 5/24/1952; Nickel Plate Road,

                        1/18/1948

RR95.24          Two public timetables, Penn Central, October 26, 1969

RR99.39          Nineteen (19) public timetables - Pennsylvania Railroad and Reading Company, ca. 1932-

                        1967

NC                   Seven hundred fifty-one (751) public timetables, misc. railroads related to Pennsylvania, ca.

                        1926-1975

 

NC                   Ninety-five (95) public timetables from various non-Pennsylvania railroads, c.1934-88   

Alton, Time Tables, May 1, 1945

Atlantic Coast Line, Time Tables, July 1, 1945

Boston and Maine, Rail Bus Travel Guide, July 8, 1945

Burlington, National Park Line, January 1944

Canadian National, Grand Trunk Railway System, October 31, 1965

Canadian National, Grand Trunk Railway System, April 24, 1966

Canadian National, Grand Trunk Western system time table, April 27, 1969

Canadian National, in connection with Grand Trunk Railway System, April 29, 1945

Canadian Pacific, Time Table, June 24, 1945

Canadian Pacific, Time Table, April 28, 1963

Central of Georgia, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, May 1, 1945

Chicago & Eastern Illinois , Dixie Limited, Dixie Flyer, Dixie Express, Dixie Mail, Dixieland,

            Dixie Flagler, the Silent Knight, the Zipper, August 6, 1945

Chicago & Eastern Illinois, The Boulevard of Steel, the Silent Knight, the Zipper, Nov. 14, 1943

Chicago and North Western Railway, Milwaukee Division Suburban Service, Sept 28, 1947

Chicago and North Western System, Route of the "400"s, The Streamliners and the Challengers,

            March 12, 1944

Chicago and North Western System, Route of the "400"s, The Streamliners and the Challengers,

            September 1, 1947

Chicago and North Western System, Route of the Famous "400" Streamliners, October 30, 1955

Chicago and North Western-Union Pacific, Timetable, March 1945

Chicago Great Western Railway Company, Corn Belt Route, January 1, 1945

Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, and Pacific, Milwaukee Road, April 26, 1944

Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, and Pacific, Milwaukee Road, January 29, 1956

Florida East Coast Railway, Time Tables, June 15, 1945

Grand Trunk Railway System, Time Table, April 28, 1963

Gulf Mobile and Ohio, Rebel Route, August 15, 1945

Illinois Central System, 49, Time Table no. 49, July 1, 1945

Illinois Central System, 53, Time Table No. 53, December 13, 1946

Illinois Central System, 60, Chicago Terminal Division, Through Train Time Table No. 60,

            December 19, 1942

Illinois Central System, 83, Official List No. 83, September 1, 1934

Illinois Central System, Panama Limited, City of New Orleans, City of Miami, Green Diamond,

            Land O'Corn, April 25, 1965

Illinois Central System, Panama Limited, City of New Orleans, City of Miami, Green Diamond,

            Land O'Corn, October 31, 1965

Illinois Central System, Time Tables, January 1945

Illinois Central System, Time Tables, April 1945

Illinois Central System, Time Tables, July 1945

Illinois Central System, Time Tables, September 28, 1947

Illinois Central System, Time Tables, December 15, 1967

Illinois Central System, Time Tables, July 14, 1968

Illinois Central System, Time Tables, December 13, 1970

Illinois Terminal Railroad Company, Time Tables, Fast Through Freight Service, May 1,1944

Indianapolis Railway Union Company, Indianapolis Union Station, June 20, 1943

Kansas City Southern Railway, Route of the Southern Belle, February 25, 1945

Louisville and Nashville, 485, Time Tables, December 14, 1943

Missouri Pacific Lines, Route of the Eagles, November 11, 1948

Missouri Pacific Lines, Route of the Eagles, January 11, 1953

Missouri Pacific Lines, Route of the Eagles, December 27, 1953

Missouri Pacific Lines, Route of the Eagles, June 1, 1958

Missouri Pacific Lines, Route of the Eagles, June 5, 1960

Missouri Pacific Lines, Sunshine Route, March 26, 1944

Missouri Pacific Lines, Sunshine Route/Scenic Route, June 2, 1940

MKT Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Company, 128, Time Tables, August 19, 1945

MKT Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Company, 1-118, Time Table, August 20, 1939

MKT Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Company, 1-119, Time Table, June 2, 1940

MKT Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Company, 1-138, Time Table, December 1, 1952

MKT Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Company, 1-A/133-A, Time Table-Condensed, 5/16/1948 Mobile and Ohio Railroad, Time Tables, January 1, 1938

Mobile and Ohio Railroad, Time Tables, January 3, 1939

Monon Route, The Route of the Hoosier, August 27, 1945

New Jersey Transit, Pascack Valley Line, July 1, 1988

New Jersey Transit, Raritan Valley Line, July 2, 1988

New York, New Haven and Hartford, 200, Serving New York and New England, Oct 29, 1961

New York, New Haven and Hartford,200, Serving New York and New England, April 26, 1964

New York, New Haven and Hartford, 200, Serving New York and New England, Oct 25, 1964

New York, New Haven and Hartford, 200, Serving New York and New England, Oct 31, 1965

New York, New Haven and Hartford, 200, Serving New York and New England, April 24, 1966

New York, New Haven and Hartford, 200, Serving New York and New England, Oct 30, 1966

 (3 copies)

New York, New Haven and Hartford, 200, Serving New York and New England, April 30, 1967

            (2 copies)

New York, New Haven and Hartford, 200, The Scenic Shoreline Route Serving New York and

            New England, September 28, 1952

New York, New Haven and Hartford, 200, The Scenic Shoreline Route Serving New York and

            New England, April 25, 1954

New York, New Haven and Hartford, 200, The Scenic Shoreline Route Serving New York and

            New England, October 26, 1958

New York, New Haven and Hartford, 200, The Scenic Shoreline Route Serving New York and

            New England, October 30, 1960

New York, New Haven and Hartford, 200, The Scenic Shoreline Route Serving New York and

            New England, April 30, 1961 (2 copies)

New York, New Haven and Hartford , Serving New York, and the Great Industrial States of

            Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, April 15, 1945

New York, Susquehanna & Western Railroad, Suburban Time Table, May 24, 1942 (2 copies)

North Shore Line, Chicago, Milwaukee, December 1, 1942  (2 copies)

Northern Pacific Railway, 5111, Passenger Train Schedules, May 24, 1964

Peoria and Eastern, 95, Time Table No. 95, October 3, 1943

Pere Marquette, Passenger Schedules, July 16, 1945

Rock Island, Route of the Rockets, November 11, 1945

Rock Island, Route of the Rockets, May 28, 1950

Rock Island, Time Tables, January 16, 1944

Rock Island Southern Pacific, Golden State Route,

SOO-Dominion, Time Tables, May 15, 1945

Southern Pacific, 4 Scenic Routes Directly Serving Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, Nevada, Oregon, California, July 29, 1945

Southern Railway System, Time Tables of Passenger Trains, March, 1944

St. Louis-San Francisco Railway, Timetable - Frisco, December 1954

Union Pacific, Diamond Anniversary of the Driving of the Golden Spike, February 1, 1944

Union Pacific, Time Table, April 30, 1950

United Air Lines, 25th Anniversary Route, September 1, 1945

Wabash, Omaha, Des Moines, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, Detroit, Toledo,                                                                   October 24, 1943

Western Pacific, Feather River Route, no date

 

NC       Group of eleven (11) oversized archival items, including prints, calendar, poster, map and                        advertising material, c. 1920s-1974, including:  

            Calendar - "The Steam Locomotive on British railways - A calendar for 1968 published by Exide

                        Batteries, Illustrated with 12 original drawings by C. and W. Meadway and edited by

                        O.S. Nock

            (2) Diagrams - London and North Western Railway - Diagram of New Sleeping Saloon now

                        running between London and Liverpool

            Pamphlet - color print on cardstock - "Early Railway Prints from the collection of Mr. and Mrs.

                        M.G. Powell/…/Victoria & Albert Museum/…/16 May - 22 September 1974"

            Color Print - green locomotive and tender "Merchant Taylors/ Southern 910" - "Southern Railway

                        4-4-0 Three Cylinder Express Locomotive/Designed by R.E.L Maunsell, C.B.E./…/Built

                        at Eastleigh Works/1932"

            Print - B/W - Drawing of locomotive - "London and North Western Express Locomotive/

                        J.E.McConnell, Wolverton, Patentee"

            Print - B/W - Drawing of locomotive - Locomotive Passenger Engine/ Sanspareil."

            Black and White Photograph - Locomotive No. 356 - Walkers Limited/Maryborough/1899

            Sepia Tone Photograph - Locomotive No. 696 - Beyer, Peacock & Co./ Manchester/ 1870

            Color Poster - "Vamos Voltarao Passado?/ Viagem Turistica com a "Maria Fumaça/Curitiba-

                        Lapa/…/Morretes-Antonina/…/Rede Ferroviária Federal S.A/..." - painting of steam

                        locomotive No. 157 in middle of poster

            Map - "Map of the London Midland and Scottish Railway and Connections" - black and white                             with  rail lines in red

 

NC                   Collections of seventy-six (76) public timetables from various Pennsylvania railroads and

transportation companies, including Pennsylvania Railroad, Reading Railway, Reading bus service and Reading Trailways, 1935-1958

RR74.26          Two public timetables, Reading Railway System/Pennsylvania Railroad, 4/30/1950

RR75.29          Two public timetables, Reading Railway System, Form 55 and Timetable A, 10/30/1960

RR79.11          Eighteen (18) public timetables, Reading Railway System and Reading Transportation

                        Company, c. 1950s

RR99.39          Two (2) Reading Transportation Company Bus timetables, c.1950s

RR99.89          One hundred eight (108) public timetables representing Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR),

PRR –Reading Seashore Lines, Reading Railway System, c.1947-1967

 

The State Museum of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, PA

ART-NC          Collection of one hundred twenty-four (124) journal pages, reproduction prints and

                        sections of the publication “The Aldine: The Art Journal of America”

 

68.29                                       One hundred twenty-seven paper piano rolls, early 20th century (see

                                                inventory for full catalog number series and titles)

70.50                                       Six hundred seventy (670) lace samples and dress trimmings

CDL-NC1405 (70.50)                 Jewelry Fragment, mother-of-pearl, French, late 19th-early 20th century

 

Washington Crossing Historic Park, Washington Crossing, PA 

 

WC54.12.14                 Butter knife, silverplate, “R.C. Co.”, 1930

WC50.1.15                  Hack blade for extracting turpentine

WC50.1.28                  Turpentine lifter           

VF76.218                     Heddle for tape loom, mid 19th century

WC54.12.33A              Pillowcase, 19th cent

WC61.18                     Wool crazy quilt, late 19th century

WC66.50                     Ten linen curtain panels, 20th cent

WC87.1.1                    Blanket, “Clayton”, late 19th cent

WC87.1.4                    Petticoat, mid-late 19th cent

WC87.1.5                    White walking dress, c.1910-12

WC87.1.8A-B              Two pillowcases, “Mary Atkinson”, mid 19th cent

WC87.1.9                     Dresser scarf, mid 19th cent

WC87.1.11                  Handkerchief, “Mary Atkinson/1931”

WC87.1.12A-C            Three linen sheets, mid-late 19th cen

WC87.1.13                  Baby cap, mid-late 19th cen

WC91.1.62 (WC87.1)   Woman’s hand held fan, late 19th cen

WC91.1.63 (WC87.1)   Woman’s hand held fan, late 19th cen

WC87.1 (WC-NC312)  Woman’s hand held fan, late 19th cen

WC91.1.64 (WC87.1)   Parasol, late 19th century

WC91.1.65 (WC98.1)   Parasol, late 19th century

WC66.21                     Chair, Windsor “firehouse” style, c.1850 (pair with WC83.8)

WC83.8/WC67.15        Chair, Windsor “firehouse” style, c.1850 (pair with WC66.21)

WC83.9/WC67.6.2       Pewter spoon, marked “I Y” probably John Yates, Birmingham, England,

1805-1829

WC77.6.1-.8                 Set of eight chairs, two arm and six side chairs, English, c.1810– reupholstered in 1978

WC77.10.6                   Wooden spoon, late 19th century

WC77.10.7                  Wall clock, E.N. Welch eight-day pendulum clock, Connecticut, c.1870-1900

WC77.10.9                  Iron fireplace shovel, mid-19th century

WC77.10.13                 School girl watercolor of a vase with flowers, c.1830-1840 probably New

                                       England

WC77.10.15                 Hand tinted photograph, “A Shady Nook”, by Villar, early 20th century

WC77.10.17A-D           Victorian case iron birdhouse with hanging planter, late 19th century

WC77.10.19                 Settee or “parson’s bench”, New England, c.1820

WC78.6.2                    Hitchcock style side chair, early-mid 19th century

WC78.6.5                    Windsor birdcage style side chair, early-mid 19th century

WC78.6.10                  Stoneware jug, “E & L P NORTON/BENNINGTON VT”, 1861-1881

WC78.6.11                  Stoneware jug, with thistle decoration, “[?] NORTON/BENNINGTON VT”,

                                       1828-1833

WC78.6.12                  Blacksmith tongs, late 19th or early 20th century

WC78.6.13                  Weathervane, running horse with rider or jockey, late 19th century 

WC78.6.18                  Engraving, colored “Coffee Coolers” by Edwin Forbes, 1876

WC78.6.24                  Silhouette of woman in original metal frame, 1800-1850

WC78.6.25                  Molded glass pitcher to resemble cut glass, late 19th-early 20th century

WC77.13.2                  Hatchel, early to mid-19th century 

 

 

 

 

76.1.71A-C                  Three painted Bamboo Windsor side chairs

76.3.74B                      Bamboo Windsor side chair

WC76.1.101                 Bamboo Windsor side chair

WC81.3.31                  Windsor side chair, bamboo turnings

WC83.20                     Bamboo Windsor side chair

WC76.1.10                  Rice tin (probably a tin from a store)

WC76.1.12                  Iron ladle

WC76.1.13                  Strainer/skimmer

WC76.1.14                   Redware crock, probably a jar for preserving food

WC76.1.16                  Ironstone bowl with dark brown glaze

WC76.1.18                  Yellow ware nappie, 1870-1920 called "milk bowl" on catalog card

WC76.1.22-.30,.54 -     Twenty-one (21) pieces of cutlery, not a set; eight (8) forks and thirteen (13)     .62,.74, .98, .112     knives

WC76.1.34                  Redware "turk's head" mold

WC76.1.36-.38             Three cabbage or slaw cutters

WC76.1.40                   Wooden cutting board

WC76.1.46                  Waffle iron

WC76.1.47                  Cleaver, c.1900-1920?

WC76.1.49                  Iron skewer

WC76.1.64                  Brass fireplace tongs

WC76.1.65A-B            Tin tea caddy with lid

WC76.1.67A-B-.71A-B  Set of five spice tins, “Mace”, “Cloves”, “Allspice” and two unreadable

WC76.1.72                   Stoneware pie plate

WC76.1.80                  Arrowback Windsor side chair

WC76.1.81                  Windsor “half-spindle” side chair

WC76.1.82                  Arrowback Windsor rocking chair

WC76.1.91-.92, .94-.95 Four caned seat side chairs called “Windsor fancy chairs” on catalog card

WC76.1.99                  Stoneware pie plate

WC76.1.104                 Stoneware pie plate

WC76.1.105                 Arm chair, vaguely Windsor style, 1860-1890

WC76.1.113                 Hitchock style painted side chair with rush seat

WC76.3.76                   Lightweight blanket

WC76.3.77                  Blue and white woven coverlet

WC83.13                     Wooden kitchen bowl

WC83.15                     Iron cooking pot for use on a cookstove, c.1860-1900

WC76.3.1-.2                 Pair of fancy side chair, early to mid 19th cent

WC76.4.2                     Wooden stirrer

WC76.4.3                    Redware crock or jar, dark glaze

WC76.4.6                     Tin candle mold for 6 candles

WC76.4.7                     Wooden food masher

WC76.4.8                     Wooden food masher

WC76.4.12                   Dry sink, cherry, late 19th cent

WC76.4.14                   Cast iron peel,

WC76.4.15                   Iron cooking ladle

WC76.4.17                   Wooden scoop or butter paddle

WC76.4.19                   Iron strainer

WC76.4.22                   Large ladle, possibly a tinsmith’s ladle

WC76.4.30                   Stoneware crock, 4 gallons with stylized bee sting decoration

WC76.4.31                   Wooden sugar bucket

WC76.4.34                   Wooden cutting board

WC76.4.36                   Wooden bowl

WC76.4.41-.44             Four (4) iron meat hooks

WC76.4.55                  Iron meat hook

WC76.4.45                   Wooden butter paddle, scoop

WC76.4.46-.53             Set of eight (8) three tine forks

WC76.4                       Grass basket

WC77.1.2                    Oval “scrapple” pan

WC77.1.4B                  Wooden rolling pin

WC77.1.9                    Niddy-noddy

WC77.1.48                  Washstand, c.1830s

 

Books

WC57.22                     Book, Place Names in Bucks County, by Geroge MacReynolds, 1955

WC58.27                     Book, The American Heritage Book of the Revolution, by Bruce Lancaster, 1958

WC59.2                       Book, Colonial Living, by Edwin Tunis, 1957

WC64.13.3                   Book, Pennsylvania: Birthplace of a Nation, by Sylvester K. Stevens, 1964 

                                    2 copies 

WC56.8.5                     Book, Pilgrim’s Progress, by John Bunyan, 1811, poor condition

WC66.83                      Books, George Washington: A Biography by Douglas Southall Freeman, Vols.

                                    2,5,6, 1948-1954 

WC-NC75                    Books, George Washington: A Biography, by Douglas Southall Freeman, Vol.

3, 1951

WC-NC68                    Books, George Washington: A Biography, by Douglas Southall Freeman, Vols.

                                    7, 1957

WC69.1                       Book, George Washington: the Pictorial Biography, by Clark Kinnaird, 1967

WC69.4                       Book, The Delaware Canal: a Picture Story by Robert J. McClellan, 1967

WC2003.3.5A-B          Books, 200 Years: A Bicentennial Illustrated History of the United States, Vols

                                    1-2, ed. By Joseph Newman, 1973

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, Harrisburg, PA

 

D2017.2 (MG-416)  Three hundred twenty-four (324) glass plate negatives ranging from 6.5”x8.75” to 14”x17” of oblique aerial views of parts of New York, New Jersey and Minnesota, exposed on Diapositive Ortho and Panchromatic Tri-X type B glass plates

 

 

Map #  Description

2          A Map of the State of Pennsylvania, by Reading Howell, MDCCXC11.  To Thomas Mifflin Governor, the Senate, and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  This Map is respectfully Inscribed by the Author.  Published 1 August 1792, for the Author & sold by James Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street, London.  Shows: county and township lines, roads, furnaces, forges, grist and sawmills, Indian paths and towns, turnpike road, canal, minerals, horse path. 1792 plate; ornamented with additional engraving to show western counties in 1806.  Printed, in color.    Rolled map -- 68' wide.   Very fragile, deteriorating condition.

 

16        Stream Map of Pennsylvania.  Issued by the Sanitary Water Board and the Water and Power

Resources Board, Harrisburg.  Copyright 1930, Bureau of Publications, Department of Property and Supplies, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  Printed, in 2 colors. 3 items. (Two copies read: Base Map prepared by Pennsylvania Topographic and Geologic Survey.)   2 copies.   Good condition.  35" X 56.5".  One copy framed and one copy rolled.

 

17        Railroad, Canal, Iron and Coal Map. of Pennsylvania, Etc.  Showing the relative position of the various Anthracite and Bituminous Coal Fields, the Railroads, Canals and Navigable Waters by which they are connected forming their respective Avenues to Market, also the Furnaces, Rolling Mills, Bloomeries and Forges of Pennsylvania and adjoining States For the Auditor General's Report on the Railroad & Canals of Pennsylvania for 1868.  By P. W. Sheafer, Geologist & Engineer, Pottsville, Pennsylvania, March, 1869.  Jacob Haehnlen, Goldsmith Hall, opposite Post Office, Library Street, Philadelphia.  Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1867 by P. W. Sheafer in the Clerks office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.  4 sections.  Rolled -- 29.75" X 41.5"   Average condition.

 

20        Map of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.  Respectfully Dedicated To the Inhabitants by Joshua Scott.  Lancaster January 1st 1824.  This Map Jos.  Perkins Sc Is Constructed under a series of Triangles whose Angles have been minutely ascertained to preserve Latitude and Longitude on a Scale of One Inch to a Mile from Actual Survey by Course & Distances of the County, Township, City and Borough boundaries.  The Roads.  The Mill Streams, noting all their improvements.  The River Susquehanna on both sides keeping its breadth by intersections.  The Islands, their respective distances from each other and from the shores.  Also a correct Topographical Representation of the Mountains, Ridges and Vallies.    Rolled -- 37" wide.

 

22        Map of Adams County, Pennsylvania.  From Actual Survey by G. M. Hopkins, C. E. 1858.  M. S. & E. Converse Publishers. 517, 519, 521 Minor Street, Philadelphia.  Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1857, by Robert P. Smith in the clerks office of the district court of the eastern district of Pennsylvania.  Entered According to Act of Congress in the year 1858 by M. S. & E. Converse, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.  Vignettes: Public School, Gettysburg; Res[.] & Store of Jacobs & Brother, Gettysburg; Ev.  Lutheran Theological Seminary, Gettysburg Pennsylvania; Fahnestock Brothers Store & Residence of Saml Fahnestock, Gettysburg; Residence of Robert Sheads & Store of Sheads & Buehler, Gettysburg; Hampton, Business Directory; Ever Green Cemetery, Gettysburg; Mt. Felicity farm, Wm.  B. Brandon's Residence, Huntington; Residence of David McCreary; Farmers & Mechanics Saving Institution of Adams County; County Prison; Eagle Hotel, Gettysburg; Pennsylvania College, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.  Printed, in 3 colors.  2 items.   Poor Condition.  41" X 55.5". 

 

 

37        Dauphin County, Pennsylvania.  Based on United States Official Surveys and other Authentic Sources.  E. C. Bridgman.  Publisher 86 Warren Street, New York.  J. Hobart Smith, General Agent.  Syracuse, New York [c. 1900].  School Room Map of the City of Harrisburg.  Shows: minor avenues, streets, alleys, electric railways, wards, schoolhouses; Population, 1890, 1900, of cities and townships; county and township boundaries, roads, railroads, electric roads, boroughs, post offices and villages, school houses.  Printed, in 4 colors.   Rolled -- 45" wide.

 

46        Map of the Vicinity of Philadelphia From Actual Surveys by D. J. Lake and S. N. Beers Assisted by F. W. Beers, L B. Lake, & D. G. Beers.  J. E. Gillette & Co. Publishers, 517, 519, & 521 Minor Street, Philadelphia, 1861. Entered according to Act of Congress by John E. Gillette in the year 1860 in the Clerks Office of the District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.  Maps (detail): Bridesburg, Bustleton, Falls of the Schuylkill, Fox Chase, Frankford, Germantown, Haddington, Hestonville, Holmesburg, Kenderton, Manayunk, Paschailville, Somerton, Tacony, Whitehall.  Business Directories: Bridesburg, Falls of Schuylkill, Frankford, Germantown, Manayunk, Philadelphia City, West Philadelphia.  Printed, in 3 colors.  Rolled -- 68" wide.

 

47        Map of Harrisburg, Dauphin County.  Pennsylvania.  Compiled From Actual Surveys, Official Records & Private Plans by G. Wm.  Baist, C. E. Published by J. L. Smith, 27 South Sixth Street, Philadelphia, 1885.  J. L. Smith Map Publisher.  Maps, Atlases, Globes Spring Map Rollers Map Cases & Do all Work Pertaining to the Business. 27 S. Sixth Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Business notices.  Printed, in 3 colors.  Rolled -- 52" wide.

 

57        Map of the Township of Westhempfield, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.  From Original Surveys by Sidney & Neff. 80 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.  Published by Saml Moody, 1850.  Lithograph by H. Bridgens, Philadelphia.  Illustrations by R. Bridgens.  Printed by F. Kuhl, Philadelphia.  Vignettes: Floral Retreat, Bletz's Planing & Grooving Mills, Fairview Farm, Residence of Mr. John L. Wright, Mount Prospect, Bellevue, Washington Hotel.  Map (detail) of Columbia.  Printed, in 2 colors.  Rolled -- 37" wide.

 

65        Map of the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania.  From Official Records, City Commissioners Map, Private Plans and Actual Surveys, by H. W. Hopkins, C. E., and L. Cunningham, under the Direction of G. M. Hopkins, Civil Engineer.  Published by M.S. Converse & C.M. Hopkins, No. 320 Walnut Street, Philadelphia,  1871. Ed Busch, Engraver, F. Bourquin Lithographer, Philadelphia.  Vignette: Eagle Works, W.O. Hickok, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  Also: Subscriber's Business Directory.  Printed, in 2 colors.  Rolled -- 40" wide.

 

66        Map of Pennsylvania, Constructed from the County Surveys Authorized by the State; and other original Documents by John Melish.  Engraved by B. Tanner.  Corrected and Improved to 1826.  Vignette based on the State Coat-of-Arms, drawn by E. Kearny.  Engraved by B. Tanner.  Also: General Information relative to the Plan, Materials & Construction of this Map; Statistical Table, showing the Prominent Feature of each county; Statistical & Geological Remarks.  Printed, in 3 colors.   Water damage, stains.   Framed -- 48" X 71".

 

69        Map of the Cities of Pittsburgh and Allegheny and of the Boroughs of South Pittsburgh, Birmingham, East-Birmingham, Lawrenceville, Duquesne & Manchester etc.  To the Citizens of Pittsburgh Allegheny and Vicinity.  This Map is Respectfully Dedicated by their humble servant R.E. McGowin, Civil Engineer & Surveyor.  Drawn by Adolphus Heddaeus.  Engraved on Stone & printed by Schuchman & Haunlein Lithographers, Third Street, opposite the Post Office, Pittsburgh [1852].  Entered according to the Act of Congress in the year 1852, by R. E. McGowin in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Pennsylvania. Vignettes: Capt.  E. W. H. Schenley's Residence; Post Office & Custom House, Pittsburgh; unidentified bridge, over the river; Court House, Pittsburgh; United States Marine Hospital; Allegheny City Poor House.  Also: References of Pittsburgh's First to Ninth Wards, Lawrenceville and South Pittsburgh & Temperanceville, Birmingham and East Birmingham and, Allegheny First to Fourth Wards, Duquesne Borough and Manchester.  4 colors.   Below average condition.  Rolled -- 58.5" wide.

 

70        Map of Pennsylvania, Constructed from the County Surveys authorized by the State; and other original Documents, by John Melish [1822].  Engraved by B. Tanner. Vignette based on State Coat-of-Arms.  Drawn by F. Kearny.  Engraved by B. Tanner.  Also: Statistical Table showing The Prominent Features of each County; Statistical geological Remarks; General Information relative to the Plan, Materials & Construction of this Map.  Printed, in 3 colors.   2 copies.   Rolled -- 77" wide.

 

75        Map of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, 1858.  From actual Surveys by H. F. Bridgens, Philadelphia.  Vignettes: State Coat-of-Arms, and the Court House, Carlisle.  Maps (detail): Carlisle, with owner and number of lots; Mechanicsburg; New­ville; Shippensburg.  Also: table of statistics, list of post offices, table showing the dis­tances between important places throughout the county, boundaries of the county.  Printed, in 4 colors.   Rolled -- 62.5" wide.

 

76        Map of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania.  From Actual Surveys by S. N. & F. W. Beers.  A. Pomeroy Publisher, 517, 519 & 521 Minor Street, Philadelphia, 1862.  Engd by Worley & Bracher, 602 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.  Printd. by F. Bourquin & Co., 600 Chest­nut Street, Philadelphia.  Vignettes: Common School House, Millersburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania.; Mines of the Lykens Valley & Short Mt. Coal Companies; Residence of Jonas Miller, Esq.  Centerville, Derry; Farm Prop. of James Young Esq.  Lower Swatara.  Maps (detail): Benvenue P.O., Berrysburg, Dauphin, Derry or Spring Creek, Elizabethville, Elm­town, Fisherville, Gratz, Halifax, Harrisburg, Highspire, Hummelstown, Jackson­ville, Linglestown, Lykens, Manadaville, Matamoras, Mechanicsville, Middletown, Millersburg, Port Royal, Rodville, Shellstown, Union Deposit, Uniontown, Wiconisco.  Harrisburg and Middletown business directories.  Table of distances.  Printed, in 4 colors.   3 copies.   Below average condition.   Rolled -- 61.5" wide.

 

80        Map of Washington County, Pennsylvania.  Published by A. Pomeroy & S. W. Treat, 517, 519 & 521 Minor Street, Philadelphia, 1861.  From actual Surveys by S. N. & F. W. Beers, Civil Engineers.  Assistant Publishers G. G. Soule & E. H. Quick.  Engd by Worley and Bracher.  Vignettes: Pleasant Hill Seminary, Hopewell Township; Uniden­tified store.  Maps (detail) and business directories: Amity, Beallsville, Bentleysville, Burgettstown, California, Candor, Cannonburg, Centerville, Claysville, Cross Creek, Eldersville, Florence, Frederickstown, Granville, Greenfield, Hickory, Hillsborough, Independence, Millsborough, Monongahela City, Paris, Prosperity, Taylorstown, Ten Mile Village, Venice, Washington, West Alexander, West Brownsville, West Middletown.  Table of Distances.  Printed, in 4 colors.   Poor condition.   In 3 rolled parts.

 

 

124      Map of Somerset County, Pennsylvania.  Surveyed, Drawn & Published by Edward L. Walker.  Engraved by G. F. Schuchman & Co. Steam Lithography.  No. 14 Third Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  Entered according to Act of Congress in the Clerk's Office of the Western District of Pennsylvania.  September 6th 1860, by Edward L. Walker.  Portraits of J. S. Black, Chauncy Forward, A. J. and Charles Ogle.  Vignettes: Ashtola Mills, Paint Township; farmer plowing; Residence of Wm Meyers; Excelsior Steam Grist Mill; Residence of Wm Griffith; Residence of Edward Scull; Residence of Owen Morgan, Jenner Township; Union Hotel; Jenner X Roads; Barnet House, Somerset; Court House, Somerset; Glade House, Somerset; Berlin Foundry; Ev.  Lutheran Church, Freidensburg; Residence of Gen.  A. H. Coffroth, Somerset; Monteveu House, Salisbury; Residence of Jno D. Roddy, Somerset; Residence of Solomon Baer, Somerset; Residence & Store of S. Philson, Berlin; and many other smaller drawings of churches and school houses; State Coat-Of-Arms.  Maps (detail): Berckley Mills, Berlin, Davidsville, Fairfield; Lavansville, New Centreville, New Lex­ington, Petersburg, Salisbury, Shanksville, Somerfield, Somerset, Stoystown, Wellersburg.  Printed, in 5 colors.    Rolled -- 66" wide.  Very poor condition.

 

130      Map of Pennsylvania, Constructed from the County Surveys Authorized by the State; and other original Documents.  Revised and Improved Under the supervi­sion of Wm. E. Morris, Civil Engineer.  Upon data procured in each County Approved by the Philadelphia County Board Under Authority of the Legislature.  Published by R.    L. Barnes, N.E. Corner of Seventh and Market Street., Philadelphia, 1848.  Engraved by Edwd Yeager. Statistical Table showing The Prominent Features of each County. Statistical & Geological Remarks; Approximate Estimate of Bituminous Coal Mined in 1847; Public Works of Pennsylvania Constructed by the State; Anthracite Coal Trade in Pennsylvania, 1820-1847 incl.  Printed, in 4 colors.   2 copies.  Rolled -- 52” x 76”.

 

132      Topographical Map of the State of Pennsylvania.  Drawn from Actual Surveys by H. F. Walling.  Published by Smith, Palmer & Co., No. 358 & 360 Pearl Street, New York & 27 South Sixth Street, Philadelphia. 1862.  T. W. Baker Draughtsman.  Printed by Lang & Lang, Fulton Street, New York; W. Hatfield Engraved, 132 Nassau Street, New York. Climatological Map of Pennsylvania showing the average temperatures, amount of rain fall, etc.  By Lorin Blodget Author of American Climatology. 16 1/4 x 8. Topographical Map of Pennsylvania, colored for the Principal Geological For­mations.  By J. Peter Leslie, Philadelphia, 16 x 8. Map of the United States of America.  By H. F. Walling, 28 1/2 x 17 1/2.  Maps (detail): Carbondale, Danville, Erie, Harrisburg, Honesdale, Lancaster, Montrose, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Pittston, Pottsville, Reading, Scranton, Wilkes Barre.  Also: table of distances; time table; population, counties, 1850, 1860; progressive movement of population.  Printed in 3 colors.   Poor condition.  62.5" X 71". 

 

194      Map of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.  From actual Surveys & Official Records by D. G. Beers, Assisted by J. H. Goodhue and F. B. Roe.  Published by A. Pomeroy, 320 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, 1866.  Engraved by Worley & Bracher. 320 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.  Printed by Fred. Bourquin, 320 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.  Vignettes: unidentified church and home.  Maps (detail) and business directories: Lumber City, Clearfield, Curwensville, Madera, Glen Hope, Lewisville, New Washington, Newburg, Janesville, Hegarty's Roads, Burnside.  Inset: Sections showing coal as found in Clearfield County, according to Prof.  Rogers, Geological Survey. 55 1/4 x 47.  Printed, in 4 colors.  Backed on linen.  1 item, very poor condition.   Rolled -- 57" wide.

 

198      County and Railroad Map of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, with Portions of the Adjoining States.  Showing their Cities, Towns, Villages, Topographical Features, Internal Improvements, etc.  Constructed and Engraved by W. Williams.  Philadelphia 1857.  Published by W. Williams, 11 & 12 Law Buildings, 33 South Fifth below Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.  4 colors.   Rolled -- 56" wide.

201      Map of Lehigh County, Pennsylvania.  Published by G. A. Aschbach, C. E., 1862.  From original Surveys by G. A. Aschbach, C. E. Allentown, Pennsylvania.  M. H. Traubel, Lithographer, 109 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.  Vignettes: Thomas Iron Works at Hoken­dauqua; Crane Iron Works; Court House; Slatington and Quarries of Lehigh Slate Company; The Allentown Rolling Mill Company; View of Allentown; Allentown Iron Works; Iron Mines at Ironton; with numerous residences.  Inset maps (detail): Guthsville, Schnecksville, Ironton and Vicinity, Trexlertown, Orefield, Slatedale, Hokendauqua, Slatington, Siegersville, Coopersburg, Friedensville, Bethlehem and Vicinity, Centre Valley, Borough of Allentown, Emaus, Millerstown, New Texas, Fogelsville, Steinsville, Germansville, Catasauqua, Lehigh Valley Iron Works, Saegersville.  Shows: Table of distances; Census of 1860; Historical Notes of Lehigh County.  3 colors.   Rolled -- 71" wide.   Poor condition.

 

202      Map of Cambria County, Pennsylvania.  From actual Surveys & Official Records by D. G. Beers, assisted by J. H. Goodhue & F. B. Roe.  Published by A. Pomeroy, 320 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, 1867.  Engraved by Worley & Bracher, 320 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.  Printed by Fred.  Bourquin,

320 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.  Maps (detail) and business directories: Boroughs of Johnstown, Conemaugh, Woodvale, Prospect, Millville, and Cambria, Portage, Loretto, Gallitzin, Ebensburg, Summit, St. Augustine, Summerhill, Geistown, Scalp Level, Perkinsville, Chest Springs, Con­emaugh, Hemlock, Cresson, Fairview, Wilmore, Munster, Belsano, and Carrolltown.  Printed, in 4 colors.   Rolled --51" wide.  Poor condition.

 

234      Map of the Public Roads in Bradford County, Pennsylvania.  Constructed from actual surveys made under direction of the State Highway Department.  By authority of an Act of Assembly approved May 31, 1911.  October 1930.  48 x 35 1/4.  Printed, in 6 colors.   Flat-filed.

 

238      Map of the Public Roads in Carbon County, Pennsylvania.  Constructed from actual surveys made under direction of the State Highway Department by authority of an Act of Assembly approved May 31, 1911. Frank B. Black, State Highway Com­missioner.  William D. Uhler, Chief Engineer.  December 1, 1916.  Compiled and Drawn by Ralph C. Benedict, Gustave P. Strum.   Printed, in 3 colors. 

 

243      Map of the Public Roads in Columbia County, Pennsylvania.  Constructed from actual surveys made under direction of the State Highway Department by authority of an Act of Assembly approved May 31, 1911. Edward M. Bigelow, State Highway Commissioner.  Samuel D. Foster, Chief Engineer.  Made by Ralph C. Benedict, Gustave P. Strum, January 1, 1914.  Printed, in 4 colors. 

 

249      Map of the Public Roads in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.  Constructed from actual surveys made under direction of the State Highway Department.  By authority of an Act of Assembly approved May 1, 1905.  Edward M. Bigelow, State Highway Commissioner.  Samuel D. Foster, Chief Engineer.  Made by Ralph C. Benedict, January 1, 1912.  Printed, in 4 colors. 

 

254      Map of the Public Roads in Franklin County, Pennsylvania.  Constructed from actual surveys made under direction of the State Highway Department by authority of an Act of Assembly approved May 31, 1911.  Edward M. Bigelow, State Highway Commissioner.  Samuel D. Foster, Chief Engineer.  Made by Ralph C. Benedict, Gustave P. Strum, February 1, 1914.  Printed, in 4 colors. 

 

266      Map of the Public Roads in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania.  Constructed from actual surveys made under direction of the State Highway Department by authority of an Act of Assembly approved May 31, 1911.  Robert J. Cunningham, State Highway Commissioner.  William D. Uhler, Chief Engineer.  Made by Ralph C. Benedict, Gustave P. Strum, June 1, 1915.  Printed, in 4 colors.

 

267      Map of the Public Roads in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.  Constructed from actual surveys made under direction of the State Highway Department by authority of an Act of Assembly approved May 31, 1911.  Frank B. Black State Highway Commissioner.  William D. Uhler, Chief Engineer, December 1, 1916.  Com­piled and Drawn By Ralph C. Benedict, Gustave P. Strum.  Printed, in 4 colors. 

 

274      Map of the Public Roads in Northampton County, Pennsylvania.  Constructed from actual surveys made under direction of the State Highway Department by authority of an Act of Assembly approved May 31, 1911.  Edward M. Bigelow, State Highway Commissioner.  Samuel D. Foster, Chief Engineer.  Made by Ralph C. Benedict, Gustave P. Strum.  May 1, 1914.  Printed, in 4 colors. 

 

279      Map of the Public Roads in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania.  Constructed from actual surveys made under direction of the State Highway Department by authority of an Act of Assembly Approved May 31, 1911.  Frank B. Black, State Highway Commissioner.  William D. Uhler, Chief engineer.  August 1, 1916.  Com­piled and Drawn by Ralph C. Benedict, Gustave P. Strum.  Printed, in 4 colors. 

 

280      Map of the Public Roads in Snyder County, Pennsylvania.  Constructed from actual surveys made under direction of the State Highway Department by authority of an Act of Assembly approved May 31, 1911.  Edward M. Bigelow, State Highway Commissioner.  Samuel D. Foster, Chief Engineer.  Made by Ralph C. Benedict, Gustave P. Strum, April 1, 1914.  Printed, in 4 colors. 

 

281      Map of the Public Roads in Somerset County, Pennsylvania.  Constructed from actual surveys made under direction of the State Highway Department by authority of an Act of Assembly approved May 31, 1911.  Robert J. Cunningham, State Highway Commissioner.  William D. Uhler, Chief Engineer.  Made by Ralph C. Benedict, Gustave P. Strum.  May 1, 1915.  Printed, in 5 colors. 

 

283      Map of the Public Roads in Sullivan County, Pennsylvania.  Constructed from actual surveys made under direction of the State Highway Department by authority of an Act of Assembly Approved May 31, 1911.  Robert J. Cunningham, State Highway Commissioner.  Wflliam D. Uhler, Chief Engineer.  Made by Ralph C. Benedict, Gustave P. Strum.  May 1, 1915.  Printed, in 4 colors. 

 

284      Map of the Public Roads in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania.  Constructed from actual surveys made under direction of the State Highway Department by authority of an Act of Assembly approved May 31, 1911.  Edward M. Bigelow, State Highway Commissioner.  Samuel D. Foster, Chief Engineer.  Made by Ralph C. Benedict, Gustave P. Strum.  December 1, 1914.  Printed, in 4 colors.

 

286      Map of the Public Roads in Union County, Pennsylvania.  Constructed from actual surveys made under direction of the State Highway Department by authority of an Act of Assembly approved May 31, 1911.  Robert J. Cunningham, State Highway Commissioner.  William D. Uhler, Chief Engineer.  Made by Ralph C. Benedict, Gustave P. Strum.  May 1, 1915.  Printed in 4 colors. 

 

325      Geologic Map of Pennsylvania.  Department of Internal Affairs, Philip H. Dewey, Secretary.  Topographic and Geologic Survey.  George H. Ashley, State Geologist, Harrisburg.  Prepared in Cooperation with the United States Geological Survey, 1931. Prepared and edited by George W. Stose and O. A. Ljungstedt.  Copyright 1932, Bureau of Publications, Department of Property and Supplies, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  Printed black on white in color.  Rolled.  4 sections, each 27" X 45.5".   Average condition.

 

335      Stream Map of Pennsylvania by Howard Wm. Higbee, 1965.  Published by The Pennsylvania State University, College of Agriculture, The Agricultural Experiment Station, University Park, Pennsylvania.  M. A. Farrell, Director, F. P. Ferguson, Editor, 1965.  Base Map Assembly is from United States and Pennsylvania Geological Survey Maps, United States and Pennsylvania Soil Survey Maps and other unpublished field surveys, 1900-1963.  Printed, in 3 colors.  Rolled -- 34" X 57".  Average condition with medium-size tear.

 

365      Steam Railroad Map of Pennsylvania.  Issued by the Public Service Commission, 1929.  J. W. Clement Co. - Matthew-Northrup Works, Buffalo, New York. Copyright, 1929, Public Service Commission of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  Inset maps (detail): Philadelphia and Vicinity, Pittsburgh and Vicinity.  Printed, in 5 colors.  35" X 56".   Slight water damage.  Hard wood backing.

 

519      General Highway Maps of Pennsylvania Counties, 1958-1972.  Prepared by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (or Pennsylvania Department of Highways), in cooperation with the Bureau of Public Roads, United States Department of Commerce.   Several different counties.

 

545.1   Adams County, 1953; Insets: Nos. 1-16.  (49 x 36) General Highway Maps of Pennsylvania Counties, 1950-1960.

 

545.3   Armstrong County, 1959; Insets: Nos. 1-48.  (49 x 36) General Highway Maps of Pennsylvania Counties, 1950-1960.

 

545.43 Mercer County, 1954; Insets: Nos. 1-22.  (49 x 36) General Highway Maps of Pennsylvania Counties, 1950-1960.

 

555.21 Cumberland County, 1941; Insets: 1-32.  (49 x 36) General Highway Maps of Pennsylvania Counties, 1941.

 

555.22 Dauphin County, 1941; Insets: 1-36.  (49 x 36) General Highway Maps of Pennsylvania Counties, 1941.

 

555.27 Forest County, 1941; Insets: Nos. 1-8.  (49 x 36) General Highway Maps of Pennsylvania Counties, 1941.

 

555.40 Luzerne County, 1941; Sheet No. 1: Insets: Nos. 1-8, 41-59.  (49 x 36).  Sheet No. 2:  Insets: Nos. 9-40.  (49 x 36) General Highway Maps of Pennsylvania Counties, 1941.

 

555.50 Perry County, 1941; Insets: Nos. 1-16.  (49 x 36) General Highway Maps of Pennsylvania Counties, 1941.

 

555.66 York County, 1941;  Sheet No. 1:  Insets: Nos. 17-37.  (49 x 36).  Sheet No. 2:  Insets: Nos. 1-15, 38-58.  (49 x 36) General Highway Maps of Pennsylvania Counties, 1941.

 

 

736      "Pennsylvania Official Transportation Map, 1977."  Official Map of Pennsylvania Issued for 1977.  Prepared by Department of Transportation in Cooperation with the Department of Environ­mental Resources, the Pennsylvania Game Commission, and the Pennsylvania  Fish Commission, Harrisburg.  Copyright, 1977, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of General Services.  23 1/2 x 37 1/4.  Printed, in color. 1 item.

 

877      "Geological Map of Pennsylvania, 1980."  Compiled by T. M. Berg, Chief Compiler, etc.  C. E. Miles, Editor.  J. G. Kuchinski, Cartographer.  Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Environmental Resources, Bureau of Topographic & Geologic Survey.  Arthur A. Socolow, State Geologist.  Copyright 1980 by Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  Williams and Heintz Map Corporation, Capitol Heights, Maryland.  Scale 1:250,000.   Rolled.  2 sections, each 41.5 X 57.5.  Good condition.

 

885      "Atlas of the State of Pennsylvania.  Prepared under the direction of Joseph R. Bien, E.M., from original surveys…published by Julius Bien & Company, New York, 1900.  14 1/2 x 20 x 1.  Bound volume; color plates; contains general county, city, borough and village maps; indexed.  1 volume.  (3 copies)

 

1137    American Geographic Approved Map of PA.  No date.   Printed in color by the American Geographic, Inc. Fenton, MI. Laminated, in good condition. Rolled. 49.5" X 67".

 

Non-Pennsylvania maps

            Reference Atlas of the World, 1922 (1 vol.)

            Rand-McNally Complete Atlas of the World, 1922  (1 vol.)

            Rand McNally Road Atlas, 5 editions 1966-1989 (5 vols.)                                                            

            Business Atlas of the World, 1899 (1 vol.)

            Indexed Atlas of the World, 1892 (1 vol.)

            Hand Atlas, 1880 German Language Edition (1 vol.)

            Indexed Atlases of the World, (2 vols.): one volume U.S., the other is Foreign Countries

 

116      A General Map of the Middle British Colonies in America, Viz Virginia, Mariland, Delaware, Pensilvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, and Rhode Island: of Aquanishuonigy the Country of the Confederate Indians; Comprehending Aquanishuonigy proper, their Place of Residence, Ohio and Tiiuxsoxruntie their ­Deer-Hunting Countries, Couxsaxrage and Skaniadarade, their Beaver-Hunting Countries of the Lakes Erie, Ontario and Champlain, and of Part of New France: Wherein is also shewn the antient and present Seats of the Indian Nations.  By Lewis Evans, 1755.  Engraved by Ja. Turner in Philadelphia.  Published according to Act of Parliament by Lewis Evans, June 23, 1755 and sold by R. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall Lon­don, & by the Author in Philadelphia.  [In: Published Pennsylvania  Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," no. 18.] 22.75” x 31”.  5 copies, all good condition.

 

117      Map of the Frontiers of the Northern Colonies with the Boundary Line es­tablished Between them and the Indians at the Treaty held by S. Will Johnson at Ft Stanwix in November, 1768.  Inset: The Remaining part of Ohio.  Engraved & Printed by John E. Gant, Albany.  [In: Published Pennsylvania  Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," No. 17.]   24” x 37.5”.   11 copies, from good to poor condition.

 

608      Die Gros-Britannische Colonie-Laender, In Nord-America in accuraten Special-Mappen nach den Londone.  Originalien getreulich mitgetheilt und herauss gegeben von Homaenischen Eerben.  Mit Kayser]: allergn: Privil, n.d. B. New England, New York, New Yersey und Pensilvania.  Printed, in color.  [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," No. 1.] 23” x 25.5”.  8 copies, from good to poor condition.

 

609      [The London Land Company Survey, by Thomas Fairman, 1709].  Copy, 1764 of an Island in the river Delaware in Philadelphia County above the mouth of the Schuylkill.  Shows: fort.  Printed, in color.  [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," No. 2.] 14” x 16.5”.  10 copies, all in good condition.

 

610      [John McCulloch's Land Survey, situated on the East side of Monongahela River between Great Redstone and Dunlap's Creek, by John Lukens, 1769].  Copy, 1769 by Alexander McClean.  Shows: Fort Bird [Burd].  Printed, in color. [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," No. 3.] 9.75” x 15”.  9 copies, all in good condition.

 

612      [The London Land Company Resurvey in Chester County, February 21, 1736].  Survey of February 18, 1736, of lands said to be in New Castle County but found to be in Chester County.  Copy, n.d. Printed, in color.  [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," No. 5.]  9.75” x 15”.  10 copies, all in good condition.

 

613      ["Coxburg" Survey, "Notingham" Township, Washington, County, January 25, 1780].  Certified, February 18, 1780 by John Lukens, Surveyor General.  Printed, in color.  [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," No. 6.]  9.75” x 16”.  10 copies, all in good condition.

 

614      [Pennsylvania Land Company in London Survey, September 12-15, 1760].  Survey for land lying on Conestoga Creek, Lancaster County by John Lukens, Surveyor General.  Printed, in color.   [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," No. 7.]  9.75” x 15”.  9 copies, all in good condition.

 

615      [Peters Creek, Mount Pleasant, Washington County Survey, May 7, 1785].  Survey to adjust title to unpatented lands in Monongahela, Youghiogheny and Ohio Counties.  Printed, in color. [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," No. 8.]  9.75” x 14”.  11 copies, all in good condition.

 

616      [Manallin Township, Fayette County, Survey, March 22, 1785].  Bazil Brown's survey on the waters of the Redstone and Dunlaps Creeks, for adjusting the claims to unpatented lands in Monongahela, Youghiogheny and Ohio Counties.  Printed, in color. [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," No. 9.]  9.75” x 16”.  11 copies, all in good condition.

 

617      John Estaughand Company's Land situate on Conostogoe and the Mill Creek, Chester County, 1717.  Part surveyed on October 25, 1716 and completed, May 16, 1717, by Isaac Taylor.  Printed, in color.  [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," No. 10.]  19” x 23”.  11 copies, all in good condition.

 

618      [7,500 Acres on the Delaware River, Bucks County Survey, August 17, 1699].  Copy of original by Thomas Fairman, Surveyor.  Shows: Delaware River 20 miles above the Falls.  Printed, in color.  [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," No. 11.]  12.5” x 14.5”.  10 copies, all in good condition.

 

619      [Tracts of Land called New Munster and Society, December 13, 1763].  Shows: mill, dwelling house, Rankin's field.  Printed, in color. [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," No. 12.]  16” x 24”.  9 copies, all in good condition.

 

620      "Map of the British Colonies in the Year 1765 from a Map of the Period," n.d.  Shows: Indian villages, forts, Philadelphia, New Castle, Delaware, rivers, falls, mines.  Printed, in color.   [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series," Appendix I -X," No. 13.]  35” x 43”.  12 copies, in good to fair condition.

 

621      [London Land Company Survey, August 19, 1709 of 5,000 Acres, Chester County by Thomas Fairman, Surveyor].  Printed, in color. [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," No. 14.]  9.75” x 15”.  13 copies, all in good condition.

 

622      [London Land Company Survey of 5,000 Acres bounded by the "Scholkil and Perqueaming" Creek].  Thomas Fairman, Surveyor.  Printed, in color.  [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," No. 15.]  14” x 18”.  9 copies, all in good condition.

 

623      [London Land Company Survey of 5,000 Acres, Chester County].  Surveyed by Thomas  Fairman, August 19, [1709].  Printed, in color.  [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," No. 16.]  9.75” x 15.5”.  9 copies, all in good condition.

 

624      To the Honorable Thomas Penn and Richard Penn Esquires, True and Ab­solute Proprietaries and Governors of the Province of Pennsylvania and the Territories thereunto belonging and to the Honorable John Penn Esquire, Lieutenant­ Governor of the same-This Map of the Province of Pennsylvania Is Humbly dedicated by their Most Obedient humble Servt W. Scull.  Philadelphia, Printed by James Nevil for the author, April 4, 1770.  Printed, in color.  [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," No. 19.]  23.5” x 34.5”.  8 copies, in good to average condition.

 

625      A Map of Pennsylvania Exhibiting not only The Improved Parts of that Province, but also Its Extensive Frontiers: Laid down from Actual Surveys and Chiefly from the Late Map of W. Scull Published in 1770.  And Humbly Inscribed to the Honourable Thomas Penn and Richard Penn Esquires, True and Absolute Proprietaries & Governors of the Province of Pennsylvania and the Territories thereunto belonging.  La Pensilvanie en trois Feuilles.  Traduite des meilleures cartes anglaises.  A Paris Chez le Rouge rue des grands Augustins avec Priviledge du Roi.  Shows: roads, ferrys, churches, forts, houses, miles, coal, falls, Indian villages.  Printed, in color.  [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I­X," No. 20.]  29” x 52”.  6 copies, in good to average to poor condition.

 

626      A Map of the Provinces of New-York and New-Jersey, with a part of Penn­sylvania and the Province of Quebec from the Topographical Observations of C. J. Sauthier, Augsburg.  Engraved and Published by Matthew Albert Lotter, 1777.  Printed, in color.  [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I­X," No. 21.]   33.5” x 44”.  13 copies, all in good condition.

 

627      Regni Mexicani seu Novae Hispaniae Ludovicianae, N. Angliae, Carolinae, Virginiae et Pensylvaniae nec mon Insviarvm Archipelagi Mexicani in America Septentrionali accurata Tabula exhibita a Joh. Baptista Homanno, n.d.  Printed, in color.   [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," No. 22.]  34.5” x 39.5”.  8 copies, in good to average condition.

 

628      A Map of the Improved Part of the Province of Pennsylvania in America.  Begun by William Penn Proprietor and Governor thereo[f] anno 1681. A Map of the Province of Pennsilvania containing the three countyes of Chester, Philadelphia and Bucks as far as yet surveyed and laid out, the divisions or distinctions made by the different coullers respects the settlements by way of townships, by Thomas Holme, Surveyor General.  Sold by Robert Greene at the Rose and Crown in Bridge Row and by John Thornton... London.  Fac-simile of Holmes Map of the Province of Pennsylvania with the names of the original purchasers from William Penn, begun in 1681.  Published at the Anastatic Printing Office, 144 Chestnut Street and by Lloyd P. Smith, Philadelphia, 1846.  Inset: The City of Philadelphia, by Thomas Holme.  Printed, in color.   [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," No. 23.]   35.5” x 59”.  10 copies, in good to average to poor condition.

 

629      A Map of Pensilvania, New Jersey, New York, and the Three Delaware Coun­ties, by Lewis Evans, MDCCXLIX.  Published by Lewis Evans, March 25, 1749 accord­ing to Act of Parliament.  L. Hebert, Sculp.  Shows: roads, Harris's Ferry, Indian paths.  Printed, in color.   [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," No. 24.]  22.5” x 28.5”.  6 copies, all in fair condition.

 

630      To the Honourable Thomas Penn and Richard Penn Esq., True & absolute Proprietaries & Governours of the Province of Pennsylvania & Counties of New Castle Kent & Sussex on Delaware.  This Map of the Improved Part of the Province of Pennsylvania, 1759.  Is humbly dedicated by Nicholas Scull.  Published according to Act of Parliament January 1, 1759 and Sold by the Author Nicholas Scull in Second Street, Philadelphia.  Printed, in color. [From: Published Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," No. 25.]  33.5” x 63.5”.  5 copies, in average to poor condition.

 




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