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  • (ALASKA.) Collage of 5 early Alaska

    (ALASKA.) Collage of 5 early Alaska

  • (AMERICAN INDIANS.) George Catlin.

    (AMERICAN INDIANS.) George Catlin.

  • (AMERICAN INDIANS.) Wicoicage . . . The

    (AMERICAN INDIANS.) Wicoicage . . . The

  • (AMERICAN INDIANS.) Cabinet card of the

    (AMERICAN INDIANS.) Cabinet card of the

Lot: 1 - (ALASKA.) Collage of 5 early Alaska photographs.

(ALASKA.) Collage of 5 early Alaska photographs. 5 large period prints laid down together on original black mount, 29½ x 23¼ inches; minimal wear. Sitka and Skagway, AK, 1900 and undated.

Lot: 2 - (AMERICAN INDIANS.) George Catlin. Illustrations of the Manners, Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians.

(AMERICAN INDIANS.) George Catlin. Illustrations of the Manners, Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians. 3 color maps (one folding) among 180 numbered hand-colored plates. viii, 264; viii, 265, [1] pages. 2 volumes. Large 8vo (9½ x 6 inches), contemporary full morocco, minor wear; minimal foxing; marbled edges; early armorial bookplates on front pastedowns. London: Henry G. Bohn, 1866

Lot: 3 - (AMERICAN INDIANS.) Wicoicage . . . The First Four Books of Moses, in the Dakota Language,

(AMERICAN INDIANS.) Wicoicage . . . The First Four Books of Moses, in the Dakota Language, bound with Psalm Wowapi. The Book of Psalms, in the Dakota Language and Dakota Wowapi Wakan Kin. The New Testament in the Dakota Language. 254, 265, [11], 408 pages. 3 volumes in one. 8vo, full morocco gilt, moderate wear; minor dampstaining and foxing, a few early pencil notes; all edges gilt; 5 ownership inscriptions on endpapers. New York: American Bible Society, 1872, 1871, 1871

Lot: 4 - (AMERICAN INDIANS.) Cabinet card of the Apache scout Nantaje, who was awarded the Medal of Honor.

(AMERICAN INDIANS.) Cabinet card of the Apache scout Nantaje, who was awarded the Medal of Honor. Albumen print, 5½ x 3¾ inches, on photographer's mount with inked stamp on verso, numbered in the negative 488; minimal wear. Tucson, AZ: Buehman & Hartwell, circa 1880

Lot: 5 - (AMERICAN INDIANS.) Frank A. Rinehart. "Spotted Jack Rabbit, Crow" and "Chief Hollow Horn Bear, Sioux."

(AMERICAN INDIANS.) Frank A. Rinehart. "Spotted Jack Rabbit, Crow" and "Chief Hollow Horn Bear, Sioux." Pair of platinum prints, each 9¼ x 7¼ inches; slightly trimmed with loss of left margin, the first a bit toned, the second dampstained in lower image area. Omaha, 1898

Lot: 6 - (AMERICAN INDIANS.) Frank A. Rinehart. Group of 3 portraits of Apache and Sioux.

(AMERICAN INDIANS.) Frank A. Rinehart. Group of 3 portraits of Apache and Sioux. Hand-colored platinum prints, 9 x 6½ inches to sight, captioned "High Bear, Sioux," "Hattie Tom, Chiricua Apache," and "Barteloa, Apache", numbered 863, 1010, and 1386, and signed in the negative; laid down on later board with overmats (2 of the mats detached showing 9¼ x 7¼-inch prints). Omaha, NE, 1898-1899

Lot: 7 - (AMERICAN INDIANS.) Frank A. Rinehart. Group of 3 portraits of Apache and Sioux.

(AMERICAN INDIANS.) Frank A. Rinehart. Group of 3 portraits of Apache and Sioux. Hand-colored platinum prints, 9 x 6½ inches to sight, captioned "Three Fingers, Cheyennes," "Chief Wolf Robe, Cheyenne," and "Chief Sitting Bull, Sioux," signed in the negative; laid down on later board with overmats. Omaha, NE, 1898 and undated

Lot: 8 - (AMERICAN INDIANS.) Frank A. Rinehart. Group of 3 Sioux portraits.

(AMERICAN INDIANS.) Frank A. Rinehart. Group of 3 Sioux portraits. Hand-colored platinum prints, 9 x 6½ inches to sight, captioned "Chief Hollow Horn Bear," "Swift Dog, Sioux" (numbered 867), and "Chief Goes To War, Sioux," signed in the negative; laid down on later board with overmats. Omaha, NE, 1898

Lot: 9 - (AMERICAN INDIANS.) Photograph of the venerable Crow chief Plenty Coups with French general Ferdinand Foch.

(AMERICAN INDIANS.) Photograph of the venerable Crow chief Plenty Coups with French general Ferdinand Foch. Hand-colored silver print, 7½ x 9¼ inches to sight, laid into original 11 x 13 mat, with period manuscript captions in French on mat recto and verso; minor wear and soiling to mat. [Crow Agency, MT, 28 November 1921]

Lot: 10 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) The Crisis; or, A Full Defence of the Colonies.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) The Crisis; or, A Full Defence of the Colonies. [2], 30 pages. 8vo, contemporary marbled boards, rebacked and recornered; moderate foxing to title page only; 1960s ownership inscriptions of Brent Gration-Maxfield on endpapers. London: W. Griffin, 1766

Lot: 11 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) John Dickinson. A complete run of the twelve "Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania,"

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) John Dickinson. A complete run of the twelve "Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania," as they appeared in the Boston Chronicle. Volume I, issues 1-3, 5, 7-9, 12 (each 8 to 12 pages), and 4-page supplement dated 15 February 1768. 4to, 10½ x 8½ inches, disbound; minor wear, slight loss to one leaf not affecting the Dickinson letters; original subscriber name inked on first page. Boston: Mein and Fleeming, 21 December 1767 to 7 March 1768

Lot: 12 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) [John Dickinson.] Three installments of "Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania,"

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) [John Dickinson.] Three installments of "Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania," Letters II, III, and IV, in issues of the Pennsylvania Gazette. Each 4 pages, 15¾ x 10 inches, on a folding sheet; disbound, minimal wear. Philadelphia: Hall & Sellers, 10, 17, and 24 December 1767

Lot: 13 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) [John Dickinson.] Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania, to the Inhabitants of the British Colonies.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) [John Dickinson.] Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania, to the Inhabitants of the British Colonies. [3]-146 pages. 8vo, modern marbled wrappers; lacking half-title and final blank, minor wear to title page with early inscription cropped, tastefully repaired minor wear to first two leaves, moderate foxing. In modern cloth folding case. Boston: Mein and Fleeming, 1768

Lot: 14 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Issue of the Pennsylvania Chronicle, reporting on the destruction of HMS Liberty by Newport colonists.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Issue of the Pennsylvania Chronicle, reporting on the destruction of HMS Liberty by Newport colonists. 8 pages, 12 x 9¾ inches, on 2 folding sheets; foxing, wear on top edge affecting some running titles, stitch holes. Philadelphia, 31 July 1769

Lot: 15 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Issue of the Boston Evening-Post discussing the Boston massacre.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Issue of the Boston Evening-Post discussing the Boston massacre. 6 pages, 16 x 10½ inches, on 2 sheets including broadsheet Supplement of the same date tipped in lightly; stitch holes, uncut; minor wear and foxing. Boston, 26 November 1770

Lot: 16 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Early report on the Philadelphia Tea Party, in an issue of Rivington's New-York Gazetteer.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Early report on the Philadelphia Tea Party, in an issue of Rivington's New-York Gazetteer. 4 pages, 18 x 11 inches, on one folding sheet; disbound, tasteful tape repairs, top edge tightly trimmed with a few letters grazed. New York, 30 December 1773

Lot: 17 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) The complete Intolerable Acts, as bound with British Parliamentary Acts of 1774.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) The complete Intolerable Acts, as bound with British Parliamentary Acts of 1774. 96 acts for the 14th year of George III's reign complete, plus "A Table of the Statutes Publick and Private, Passed Anno Decimo Quarto," bound in 2 volumes. 2155, [31] pages. Folio, contemporary polished tooled calf, minimal wear; minimal wear to contents. London: Charles Eyre and William Strahan, 1774

Lot: 18 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Original printing of the Boston Port Act, regarded as one of the more odious of the Intolerable Acts.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Original printing of the Boston Port Act, regarded as one of the more odious of the Intolerable Acts. Pages [513]-522. Folio, 11¾ x 7½ inches, stitched; minimal foxing and wear. 14 George III, Cap. 9. London: Charles Eyre and William Strahan, 1774

Lot: 19 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) The Able Doctor, or America Swallowing the Bitter Draught,

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) The Able Doctor, or America Swallowing the Bitter Draught, in an issue of "The London Magazine." Engraving, 5 x 8¼ inches, in disbound magazine, [157]-208 pages; edges tinted brown. London, April 1774

Lot: 20 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Extracts from the Votes and Proceedings of the American Continental Congress,

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Extracts from the Votes and Proceedings of the American Continental Congress, Held at Philadelphia on the 5th of September 1774. 40 pages. 8vo, disbound; lacks half-title, lacks bottom quarter of title page including imprint, second leaf reinforced at bottom edge, tightly trimmed. In modern cloth folding case. Bristol B3885. [Boston: Reprinted by Edes and Gill, and T. and J. Fleet, 1774]

Lot: 21 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Extracts from the Votes and Proceedings of the American Continental Congress.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Extracts from the Votes and Proceedings of the American Continental Congress. [4], 59, [1] pages including half-title. 8vo, modern wrappers; minor toning and wear. London: J. Almon, 1774

Lot: 22 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) [Arthur Lee.] A Speech . . . in Support of the Petition from the General Congress at Philadelphia.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) [Arthur Lee.] A Speech . . . in Support of the Petition from the General Congress at Philadelphia. [4], 67 pages. 8vo, disbound; minor foxing. London: J. Almon, 1775

Lot: 23 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Francis Bernard. Select Letters on the Trade and Government of America.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Francis Bernard. Select Letters on the Trade and Government of America. [2], vii, 130 pages, 8vo, early ¼ calf over marbled boards, boards coming detached; repaired closed tear to title page; edges tinted yellow. London: T. Payne, 1774

Lot: 24 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Thomas Hutchinson. The Letters of Governor Hutchinson . . . Printed at Boston.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Thomas Hutchinson. The Letters of Governor Hutchinson . . . Printed at Boston. [4], 142 pages including half-title. 8vo, modern marbled wrappers; minimal wear to contents. In modern cloth folding case. London: J. Wilkie, 1774

Lot: 25 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) [Thomas Bradbury Chandler.] What Think Ye of the Congress Now?

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) [Thomas Bradbury Chandler.] What Think Ye of the Congress Now? 48 pages. 8vo, disbound; moderate wear and soiling to first and final leaves, lacking the 4-page appendix "A Plan of the Proposed Union between Great-Britain and the Colonies"; early owners' signature on title page. New York: James Rivington, 1775

Lot: 26 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) The Pennsylvania Journal with "Unite or Die" masthead.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) The Pennsylvania Journal with "Unite or Die" masthead. #1675. 4 pages, 16 x 10 inches, on one folding sheet, disbound; minor foxing, tasteful repairs to inner margin. Philadelphia: William and Thomas Bradford, 11 January 1775

Lot: 27 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Issue of the Pennsylvania Evening Post with John Hancock's message on the "galling yoke of despotism."

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Issue of the Pennsylvania Evening Post with John Hancock's message on the "galling yoke of despotism." 4 pages, 9½ x 7¾ inches, on one folding sheet; disbound, minor wear and foxing. Philadelphia, 28 February 1775

Lot: 28 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Two issues of the Boston Gazette issued in the month before Lexington and Concord.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Two issues of the Boston Gazette issued in the month before Lexington and Concord. Each 4 pages, 15½ x 10 inches, on a folding sheet; first issue with crude stitch holes slightly affecting text and mount remnants to inner margin of back page; second issue with moderate dampstaining and wear and early repairs to bottom edge slightly affecting text. Boston, 6 and 13 March 1775

Lot: 29 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) The Book of Common Prayer . . . of the Church of England,

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) The Book of Common Prayer . . . of the Church of England, annotated for American use, and bound with The Whole Book of Psalms Collected into English Metre by the same printers. [392, 120] pages. 8vo, gilt red calf, minor wear; early inked manuscript corrections to 11 pages, lacking front free endpaper, lacking corners of 2 leaves; signed by early owner John Burgwin on front flyleaf and leaf A1. Three unrelated later textile pieces laid in. Oxford, England: T. Wright and W. Gill, 1773 and 1771

Lot: 30 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1775.) Early British report on the battles of Lexington and Concord,

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1775.) Early British report on the battles of Lexington and Concord, in an issue of "The Matrimonial Magazine." With 2 unrelated plates. Pages 201-248, 8 x 5 inches; disbound, moderate wear to some leaves not affecting the battle report. [London], May 1775

Lot: 31 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1775.) Invoices for houses rented by New Hampshire minutemen during the first months of the Siege of Boston.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1775.) Invoices for houses rented by New Hampshire minutemen during the first months of the Siege of Boston. 4 Manuscripts Signed, each about 6½ x 8 inches, docketed on verso; each with horizontal folds, minimal wear. Medford, MA, June-August 1775

Lot: 32 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1776.) Map titled "Boston and the Adjacent Country, with the Stations of the British & Provincial Armies,"

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1776.) Map titled "Boston and the Adjacent Country, with the Stations of the British & Provincial Armies," in an issue of the General Magazine. Folding plate, 8 x 10¾ inches, in disbound magazine, 8 x 5 inches, [145]-192 pages; minimal wear, map cropped on bottom edge with loss of a bit of the neatline. London, April 1776

Lot: 33 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1776.) Issue of the Pennsylvania Evening Post just two weeks after the Declaration of Independence.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1776.) Issue of the Pennsylvania Evening Post just two weeks after the Declaration of Independence. 4 pages, 9¾ x 8 inches, on one folding sheet; disbound, moderate toning, two inked words in margin; uncut. Philadelphia, 18 July 1776

Lot: 34 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1776.) Thomas Paine. Common Sense; Addressed to the Inhabitants of America.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1776.) Thomas Paine. Common Sense; Addressed to the Inhabitants of America. 99 pages. 8vo, modern ¼ calf over marbled boards; minimal foxing; on light greenish paper. Philadelphia: W. and T. Bradford, 1791

Lot: 35 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1777.) Matthew Robinson. Peace the Best Policy; or, Reflections upon the Appearance of a Foreign War.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1777.) Matthew Robinson. Peace the Best Policy; or, Reflections upon the Appearance of a Foreign War. [4], 112 pages including half-title. 8vo, later ½ calf, moderate wear; minor wear and soiling; uncut; circa 1900 British dealer description laid down on front pastedown, pencil note on front free endpaper reading "Imported from England 1904," early inked monogram stamp and later embossed American collector's stamp on title page. London: J. Almon, 1777

Lot: 36 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1777.) John Moore. Personal account book kept as a Loyalist in occupied New York.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1777.) John Moore. Personal account book kept as a Loyalist in occupied New York. [49] manuscript pages. 8vo, 7 x 4¾ inches, original limp calf, minor wear; disbound with all pages detached; later collector's inked stamp on first page. New York, January 1779 to December 1782

Lot: 37 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1778.) File on property destroyed in the Cruger's Wharf fire under British occupation.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1778.) File on property destroyed in the Cruger's Wharf fire under British occupation. 3 manuscript documents, various sizes up to 13 x 9 inches; minor wear including partial separation at one fold. New York, 1783 and 1786

Lot: 38 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1778.) Proceedings of a Court-Martial, Held . . . . for the Trial of Col. David Henley.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1778.) Proceedings of a Court-Martial, Held . . . . for the Trial of Col. David Henley. [4], 120, 113-147, [1] pages as issued, including half-title. 8vo, disbound; minimal dampstaining near end. In modern folding case. London: J. Almon, 1778

Lot: 39 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1778.) Vasseur, engraver; after Borel. L'Amérique Indépendante, Dédiée au Congrés des Etats Unis de l'Amérique.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1778.) Vasseur, engraver; after Borel. L'Amérique Indépendante, Dédiée au Congrés des Etats Unis de l'Amérique. Engraving, 19¾ x 14½ inches; minor foxing and wear. Paris, 1778

Lot: 40 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1779.) Candid and Impartial Narrative of the Transactions of the Fleet, under the Command of Lord Howe.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1779.) Candid and Impartial Narrative of the Transactions of the Fleet, under the Command of Lord Howe. 44 pages. 8vo, stitched; minor toning; uncut. London: J. Almon, 1779

Lot: 41 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1779.) [Joseph Galloway.] Letters to a Nobleman, on the Conduct of the War in the Middle Colonies.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1779.) [Joseph Galloway.] Letters to a Nobleman, on the Conduct of the War in the Middle Colonies. Folding frontispiece map. [iii]-viii, 101 pages, plus a leaf of publisher's ads. Octavo, modern buckram; lacking half-title, contemporary manuscript correction on page 63; period armorial bookplate of James Frampton laid down on front pastedown. London: J. Wilkie, 1779

Lot: 42 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1779.) David Hartley. Letters on the American War.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1779.) David Hartley. Letters on the American War. [2], ii, 126 pages. 8vo, disbound; moderate wear and soiling to title page only, lacking final (blank?) leaf. London: Almon, et al., 1779

Lot: 43 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1780.) John Burgoyne. A State of the Expedition from Canada.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1780.) John Burgoyne. A State of the Expedition from Canada. 6 folding hand-colored maps and plans by William Faden (2 with overlays), one folding table. [12], 192, cix pages. 8vo, contemporary calf, moderate wear, joints broken; rehinged; modern bookplates on front pastedown. In modern folding case. London, 1780

Lot: 44 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1781.) The deaths of John Andre and Nathan Hale contrasted,

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1781.) The deaths of John Andre and Nathan Hale contrasted, in an issue of the Connecticut Courant. 4 pages, 13½ x 9½ inches, on one folding sheet; disbound, minor foxing and dampstaining. Hartford, CT: Hudson & Goodwin, 29 May 1781

Lot: 45 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1781.) French engraving of the surrender at Yorktown, "Reddition de l'Armée Angloises."

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1781.) French engraving of the surrender at Yorktown, "Reddition de l'Armée Angloises." Hand-colored engraving, 13¾ x 20¾ inches; vertical fold, light foxing, spot-mounted to decorative mat. Paris: Mondhare, circa 1781

Lot: 46 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1781.) Correspondence between His Excellency General Sir Henry Clinton, and Lieutenant General Earl Cornwallis.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1781.) Correspondence between His Excellency General Sir Henry Clinton, K.B. and Lieutenant General Earl Cornwallis. 54, [1], 55-76 pages. 8vo, original plain wrappers, minor wear, inscribed "Sir Henry Clinton and Earl Cornwallis" on front wrapper; extensive manuscript annotations; signatures of Admiral Robert Roddam on inside wrapper and page [3]. [New York, 1781]

Lot: 47 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--HISTORY.) Richard Price. Observations on the Importance of the American Revolution.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--HISTORY.) Richard Price. Observations on the Importance of the American Revolution. 87, [1] pages. 8vo, disbound; minor wear, early number inscribed on title page. In modern cloth folding case. Boston: Powars and Willis, 1784

Lot: 48 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--HISTORY.) William Gordon. The History of the Rise, Progress, and Establishment of the . . . United States.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--HISTORY.) William Gordon. The History of the Rise, Progress, and Establishment of the . . . United States. 9 folding maps. 4 volumes. 8vo, later ½ calf over marbled boards, first volume worn and unmatched, others with minor wear and removed label tags; intermittent foxing, offsetting to maps, moderate edge wear to first map only; each volume with old inked high school library stamp on page 1 and manuscript catalog number on title page. London, 1788

Lot: 49 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--HISTORY.) Charles Stedman. The History of the Origin, Progress, and Termination of the American War.

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--HISTORY.) Charles Stedman. The History of the Origin, Progress, and Termination of the American War. 15 maps (most folding). xv, 399; xv, 449, [14] pages. 2 volumes. 4to, contemporary mottled calf, rebacked, moderate wear; lacking half-titles, intermittent foxing, minor dampstaining, minor wear to some plates; early owner's signature in Volume II, backstrip reads "Yale College Library" but no other library markings noted. London, 1794

Lot: 50 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--HISTORY.) History of the American Revolution, Including an Impartial Examination of the Causes,

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--HISTORY.) History of the American Revolution, Including an Impartial Examination of the Causes, compiled from sections of a serial titled "The Monthly Register, and Review of the United States." XII issues complete in one volume. [2], iii, [5], 384, vii pages. 8vo, contemporary ½ calf over marbled boards, minor wear; moderate foxing and dampstaining, rehinged. Charleston, SC: Bounetheau, January 1805 to July 1806

Lot: 51 - (AMERICAN REVOLUTION--HISTORY.) Sartain, engraver; after White. Gen. Marion in his Swamp Encampment Inviting a British

(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--HISTORY.) Sartain, engraver; after White. Gen. Marion in his Swamp Encampment Inviting a British for Dinner. Mezzotint, 19½ x 23¾ inches; toning, 2 short tears extending slightly into image. New York: Apollo Association for the Promotion of the Fine Arts, 1841

Lot: 52 - (ARCTIC.) Sir John Ross. Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage, and of a Residence in the Arctic Regions /

(ARCTIC.) Sir John Ross. Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage, and of a Residence in the Arctic Regions / Appendix to the Narrative of a Second Voyage. 6 maps, 24 (of 25) engraved or lithographed plates (including 8 hand-colored). [6], xxxiii, [3] including errata leaf, 740 pages. 4to, publisher's cloth, moderate wear, rebacked with original backstrip laid down; moderate wear and several repairs to contents, intermittent dampstaining and foxing, lacking plate 13 ("Shulanina, Tulluachiu, Tirikshiu"); binder's original ad slip tipped to front free endpaper * Engraved frontispiece portrait of Ross, 16 lithographed plates (including 12 hand-colored), 3 uncolored engraved plates. xii, 120, cxliv, cii pages. 4to, publisher's cloth, crudely rebacked in sheep, moderate wear; moderate wear and foxing to contents; partially unopened. London, 1835

Lot: 53 - (ARCTIC.) Storch & Kramer; after William Bradford. [Sealers Crushed by Icebergs.]

(ARCTIC.) Storch & Kramer; after William Bradford. [Sealers Crushed by Icebergs.] Chromolithograph, 20 x 33 inches; laid down on original board, minor foxing and wear. Berlin, 1866

Lot: 54 - (ARCTIC.) Richard W. Konter. Day-after letter describing Byrd's flight to the North Pole, with related photographs.

(ARCTIC.) Richard W. Konter. Day-after letter describing Byrd's flight to the North Pole, with related photographs. Autograph Letter Signed to friend Joseph Dent. One page, 11 x 8½ inches; folds, light staining and small holes from early fastener in upper corner, several inked filing stamps noting the letter's receipt at the "G.T. Co, 5th Ave." on 7 June. Accompanied by 15 photographs, about 3½ x 5½ inches, many with captions on verso in contemporary Brooklyn filing envelope, all sleeved in one binder. S.S. Chantier [Svalbard], 10 May 1926

Lot: 55 - (ART.) Pair of invitations to the opening of the 1913 Armory Show, the first major modern art exhibition in America.

(ART.) Pair of invitations to the opening of the 1913 Armory Show, the first major modern art exhibition in America. Engraved cards, 4 x 6¼ inches and 4¼ x 6½ inches, blank on verso; minimal wear, with fragments of original tissue wrapping. [New York], 16 and 17 February 1913

Lot: 56 - (ART.) Small group relating to Everett Shinn: a signed photo, 4 postcards, and a shawl worn by his wife and model.

(ART.) Small group relating to Everett Shinn: a signed photo, 4 postcards, and a shawl worn by his wife and model. 7 items in one box; condition generally strong. Various places, 1921-1947

Lot: 57 - (AVIATION.) M. Rol & Co., photographers. Wilbur Wright demonstrating his Model A to French aviators ("Pret a porter au signal").

(AVIATION.) M. Rol & Co., photographers. Wilbur Wright demonstrating his Model A to French aviators ("Pret a porter au signal"). Silver print, 7 x 5 inches, captioned in lower margin, with inked photographer's stamp on verso; moderate wear. [Le Mans, France, August 1908]

Lot: 58 - (AVIATION.) Photo album of the Harvard Boston Aero Meet, the first major aviation meet in the United States.

(AVIATION.) Photo album of the Harvard Boston Aero Meet, the first major aviation meet in the United States. 66 photographs, each about 3½ x 4½ inches, laid down on 33 album leaves with tidy captions, plus 11 pages of clippings from the event program. Oblong 8vo, 5 x 6½ inches, original suede, worn with a tape repair; minimal wear to contents. Quincy, MA, September 1910

Lot: 59 - (AVIATION.) Paul Thompson, photographer. Curtiss biplane launching from the USS Pennsylvania docked in San Francisco Bay.

(AVIATION.) Paul Thompson, photographer. Curtiss biplane launching from the USS Pennsylvania docked in San Francisco Bay. Silver print, 4 x 5 inches, with pencil caption and typed caption label, plus Thompson's inked stamp; minor wear, ¼-inch adhesion in upper right corner. [San Francisco, CA, 1911]

Lot: 60 - (AVIATION.) Photo archive from an early lead designer for Glenn Curtiss.

(AVIATION.) Photo archive from an early lead designer for Glenn Curtiss. 67 photographs and Real Photo postcards plus 4 letters sleeved in one binder, many of them captioned; minor to moderate wear, many with scrapbook mount remnants on verso. New York, 1913-1925 and undated

Lot: 61 - (AVIATION.) William Mayfield Preston, photographer. Pair of airplanes in flight / The Barling Bomber.

(AVIATION.) William Mayfield Preston, photographer. Pair of airplanes in flight / The Barling Bomber. Silver prints, 8 x 10 inches; minimal wear. Ohio, 1911 and 1923

Lot: 62 - (AVIATION.) Photo album kept by a Harvard Flying Corps aviator who served in the first World War.

(AVIATION.) Photo album kept by a Harvard Flying Corps aviator who served in the first World War. 100 items (54 photographs, 16 postcards, 6 pencil drawings, 5 pieces of correspondence, 8 manuscripts, and 11 pieces of ephemera) plus clippings laid down on 39 scrapbook leaves. Oblong 4to, 9¾ x 11½ inches, original plain red limp cloth, staining and moderate wear; two items torn out from rear, otherwise minimal wear to contents. Also one smaller album: 12mo, 4½ x 3½ inches, original limp gilt calf, worn, with 42 photographs inserted into 11 album leaves. Also a binder of additional material removed from larger album: 27 war-date items (photographs, correspondence, ephemera) and 61 other items from the 1947-1975 period. Various places, bulk 1916-1919 and undated

Lot: 63 - (AVIATION.) Panorama of the United States Army Balloon School at Ross Field.

(AVIATION.) Panorama of the United States Army Balloon School at Ross Field. Photograph, 9¾ x 39¼ inches; moderate edge wear, minor dampstaining in upper right corner, lacking the rightmost portion of the image. Los Angeles, CA: Huddleston Photo Co., circa 1919

Lot: 64 - (AVIATION.) H. Metz; photographer. Panoramic composite of the Graf Zeppelin at Lakehurst.

(AVIATION.) H. Metz; photographer. Panoramic composite of the Graf Zeppelin at Lakehurst. Silver print, 8 x 44 inches; minimal wear. Lakehurst, NJ, [October 1928]

Lot: 65 - (AVIATION.) Scott Price. Eyewitness account of the famous Alaskan plane wreck which killed Will Rogers--with an artifact and photo.

(AVIATION.) Scott Price. Eyewitness account of the famous Alaskan plane wreck which killed Will Rogers--with an artifact and photo. Typed Letter Signed, 2 pages on 2 sheets, 10½ x 8 inches, on Office of Indian Affairs letterhead, to nephew Seymour; mailing folds, minor wear. With original stamped envelope postmarked "Barrow, Alaska" and inscribed "Air Mail," worn with tape repairs. Point Barrow, AK, 2 September 1935

Lot: 66 - (AVIATION.) Group of four early American aviation catalogs.

(AVIATION.) Group of four early American aviation catalogs. 4 printed pamphlets, various sizes, minimal wear. Various places, 1911-1920

Lot: 67 - (AVIATION.) Group of 7 aviation books.

(AVIATION.) Group of 7 aviation books. Most 8vo, most in dust jackets, condition varies but generally strong. Various places, 1910-1935

Lot: 68 - (CALIFORNIA.) [Martha Hitchcock.] Letter from an early San Francisco socialite: on the Chinese, her daughter Lillie Coit, and more.

(CALIFORNIA.) [Martha Hitchcock.] Letter from an early San Francisco socialite: on the Chinese, her daughter Lillie Coit, and more. [39] manuscript pages, 4¾ x 2¾ inches, in a string-bound "Gregory's Express Pocket Letter Book" with gilt-printed black glossy wrappers; slight loss to eleventh leaf, otherwise minimal wear; Gregory's Express advertisement laid down to inner rear wrapper; inked stamp of later owner on final blank. San Francisco, CA, 31 July [1852]

Lot: 69 - (CALIFORNIA.) Pollard & Britton's Lith.; after G.H. Goddard. Columbia, January 1852.

(CALIFORNIA.) Pollard & Britton's Lith.; after G.H. Goddard. Columbia, January 1852. Lithograph, 10½ x 15½ inches; folds, light conservation including ½ inch of restoration to upper right corner, light foxing and soiling, stabilized with paper backing. San Francisco. CA: G.H. Goddard, 1852

Lot: 70 - (CALIFORNIA.) Edmond Guillemin-Tarayre. Mission Scientifique au Mexique et dans L'Amerique Centrale . . . Geologie:

(CALIFORNIA.) Edmond Guillemin-Tarayre. Mission Scientifique au Mexique et dans L'Amerique Centrale . . . Geologie: Description des Anciennes Possessions Mexicaines du Nord. 7 colored maps (one of them a double map on one sheet), 12 plates (some folding), text illustrations. 216 pages. Folio, original printed wrappers, worn but laid down and stabilized on modern board; minor foxing, minimal wear; sheets unbound, uncut, unopened. Paris, 1871

Lot: 71 - (CANADA.) Mathew Brady, photographer. Mammoth signed portrait of Prime Minister John A. MacDonald.

(CANADA.) Mathew Brady, photographer. Mammoth signed portrait of Prime Minister John A. MacDonald. Albumen photograph, 16½ x 13½ inches, on original 26¾ x 21¾-inch plain mount, signed and dated by MacDonald and additionally signed by the photographer; minimal wear and light soiling to the mount, tipped to mat board on top edge. Washington, DC, 8 May 1871

Lot: 72 - (CHESS.) [Chess Made Easy:] New and Comprehensive Rules for Playing the Game of Chess.

(CHESS.) [Chess Made Easy:] New and Comprehensive Rules for Playing the Game of Chess. Frontispiece plate. 97, [9] pages including publisher's ads. 18mo, contemporary calf, boards worn and detached, retaining original backstrip with "Game of Chess" spine label; title page cropped at top edge, moderate foxing and wear; pencil signature of early owner W.H. Merritt on verso of frontispiece. Philadelphia, 1802

Lot: 73 - (CHILDREN'S BOOKS.) The History of Joseph and His Brethren.

(CHILDREN'S BOOKS.) The History of Joseph and His Brethren. 16 pages, 6½ x 4¼ inches, on 4 folding sheets. 8vo, unbound; stitch holes, minor foxing; uncut. Philadelphia: Daniel Lawrence, circa 1792

Lot: 74 - (CIRCUS.) T.W. Strong, lithographer. Portrait of Herr Driesbach, the original "Lion King."

(CIRCUS.) T.W. Strong, lithographer. Portrait of Herr Driesbach, the original "Lion King." Lithograph, 17 x 12 inches, captioned "Driesbach. Ecce Leo Rex. Behold the Lion King"; minor foxing and wrinkling; with his dated gift inscription in caption area. New York, circa 1853

Lot: 75 - (CIVIL RIGHTS.) Ida Wells. "The Negro's Case in Equity,"

(CIVIL RIGHTS.) Ida Wells. "The Negro's Case in Equity," in an issue of The Independent. Pages vi, [977]-1038, vii-xviii. 4to, 9½ x 6¾ inches, original printed wrappers, minor wear; minimal wear to contents. New York, 26 April 1900

Lot: 76 - (CIVIL RIGHTS.) [William Hudson, photographer.] Iconic photograph of police dogs attacking a Birmingham protester.

(CIVIL RIGHTS.) [William Hudson, photographer.] Iconic photograph of police dogs attacking a Birmingham protester. Photograph, 11 x 8 inches, captioned in negative by Associated Press, "provided for use . . . end of the decade editions," with newspaper inscriptions and date stamp on verso; minor wear. Birmingham, AL, 3 May 1963 (December 1969 print)

Lot: 77 - (CIVIL RIGHTS.) Press photo of Harry Belafonte and Sidney Poitier bailing James Forman, John Lewis, and others out of jail.

(CIVIL RIGHTS.) Press photo of Harry Belafonte and Sidney Poitier bailing James Forman, John Lewis, and others out of jail. Wire photo, 7 x 9 inches, with inked "Please return to Arts & Leisure" stamp and folding teletype caption label on verso with Poitier's name circled in ink; minimal wear. New York, 21 March 1966

Lot: 78 - (CIVIL RIGHTS.) "I Am a Man" sign, from the march led by Martin Luther King in support of striking Memphis sanitation workers.

(CIVIL RIGHTS.) "I Am a Man" sign, from the march led by Martin Luther King in support of striking Memphis sanitation workers. Poster, 21¼ x 13¾ inches; soiled and worn with numerous creases and 6 short cello tape stains, crude mounting hole in top margin, "Black Power" written in red pen on verso. [Memphis, TN, 28 March 1968]

Lot: 79 - (CIVIL RIGHTS.) [Joseph Louw; photographer.] Photograph taken moments after the King assassination.

(CIVIL RIGHTS.) [Joseph Louw; photographer.] Photograph taken moments after the King assassination. Photograph, 7 x 9 inches, with Associated Press stamp and other newspaper markings on verso including a 1 December 1969 date stamp; light 4-inch diagonal crease. [Memphis, TN, 4 April 1968]

Lot: 80 - (CIVIL RIGHTS.) Group of 12 press photographs of the Black Panthers.

(CIVIL RIGHTS.) Group of 12 press photographs of the Black Panthers. Each about 8 x 10 inches, captioned in the negative, with inked date stamps and erased captions on verso; minimal wear. Various places, 1968-1972

Lot: 81 - (CIVIL WAR.) To The Loyal Women of America.

(CIVIL WAR.) To The Loyal Women of America. Letterpress broadside, 20 x 12¼ inches, on yellow paper, with pencil docketing on verso; folds, minor dampstaining, short tape repairs on verso. Washington, October 1861

Lot: 82 - (CIVIL WAR.) Harper's Weekly: A Journal of Civilization.

(CIVIL WAR.) Harper's Weekly: A Journal of Civilization. Volumes 5-9, covering the period of the Civil War. Profusion of illustrations and maps. Folio, non-uniform period ½ calf bindings; generally minor to moderate wear to contents, minor foxing, 1865 volume with more wear, collates complete except for two missing half-pages in the 1865 volume. New York, January 1861 to December 1865

Lot: 83 - (CIVIL WAR.) William T. Sherman. Order launching the March to the Sea: "Enforce a devastation more or less relentless."

(CIVIL WAR.) William T. Sherman. Order launching the March to the Sea: "Enforce a devastation more or less relentless." 4 manuscript pages, 9¾ x 7¾ inches, on one folding sheet of "Headquarters, Military Division of the Mississippi" letterhead, signed by S.M. Dayton as aide-de-camp to Sherman, addressed to Colonel Amos Beckwith, numbered as "Special Field Orders, No. 120"; folds, minimal dampstaining on top edge, small closed perforation in upper right corner. Kingston, GA, 9 November 1864

Lot: 84 - (CIVIL WAR.) Pair of scarce travel handbooks for Union soldiers.

(CIVIL WAR.) Pair of scarce travel handbooks for Union soldiers. Two pamphlets, each about 5 x 3 inches; minor wear as described. Various places, 1864-1865

Lot: 85 - (CIVIL WAR?) William N. Dunnell, engraver. Patriotic bunting.

(CIVIL WAR?) William N. Dunnell, engraver. Patriotic bunting. Wood engraving, 23 x 30 inches, printed in red, blue, yellow and black; worn with substantial loss in image area and at edges. New York, circa 1850s-1860s

Lot: 86 - (CIVIL WAR--COLORED TROOPS.) Edward Winslow Hinks. General Orders No. 15, authorizing equal pay for African-American troops.

(CIVIL WAR--COLORED TROOPS.) Edward Winslow Hinks. General Orders No. 15, authorizing equal pay for African-American troops. Letterpress handbill, 7¾ x 5 inches, signed in type by Brigadier General Hinks and his adjutant Solon A. Carter; minimal wear. Head Quarters, 3d Division, 18th Corps d'Armee, Camp Hamilton, VA, 1 May 1864

Lot: 87 - (CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) Group of courtship letters by future Confederate General Richard Griffith.

(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) Group of courtship letters by future Confederate General Richard Griffith. 14 Autograph Letters (39 total pages), most signed as "Rd. Griffth" or "R.G."; minimal to minor wear; one with envelope bearing Jackson postmark, another with slave-carried envelope "per Ephraim." Two others have similar notations on their address panels: "per Tom" and "per boy Harrison." Mississippi, 19 July 1847 to 8 December 1848

Lot: 88 - (CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) "Message of President Jeff. Davis" announcing the commencement of hostilities,

(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) "Message of President Jeff. Davis" announcing the commencement of hostilities, in an issue of a Confederate newspaper, the Charleston Daily Courier. 2 pages, 29½ x 21 inches, on one sheet; moderate wear at intersection of folds, minor foxing and toning; uncut. Charleston, SC, 1 May 1861

Lot: 89 - (CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE IMPRINT.) Programme of the Closing Exercises of the Examination of the Pupils of Salem Female Academy.

(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE IMPRINT.) Programme of the Closing Exercises of the Examination of the Pupils of Salem Female Academy. Broadside, 15¼ x 9¾ inches, with names of 4 compositions added in manuscript; folds, minor foxing. [Salem, NC], 29 May 1861

Lot: 90 - (CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) John Hunt Morgan. Proclamation to the People of Estill and Adjoining Counties.

(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) John Hunt Morgan. Proclamation to the People of Estill and Adjoining Counties. Letterpress broadside, 10 x 6¼ inches, signed in type by adjutant R.A. Alston for General Morgan; minimal wear; uncut. Irvine, KY, 22 September 1862

Lot: 91 - (CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) The Confederate States Almanac, and Repository of Useful Knowledge, for the Year 1863.

(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) The Confederate States Almanac, and Repository of Useful Knowledge, for the Year 1863. [4], 98, [2] pages. 8vo, original printed wrappers, minimal wear; intermittent foxing. Vicksburg, MS: H.C. Clarke, [1862]

Lot: 92 - (CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) Governor's Communication Transmitting Sundry Documents Relative to Freedom to Slaves.

(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) Governor's Communication Transmitting Sundry Documents Relative to Freedom to Slaves. 8 pages. 8vo, 8¾ x 5½ inches, disbound; minimal dampstaining and foxing; inked library stamp on page 7. "Doc. No. XIII." [Richmond, VA], January 1863

Lot: 93 - (CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) A late issue of the Daily Constitutionalist, one of the last Confederate newspapers in the east.

(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) A late issue of the Daily Constitutionalist, one of the last Confederate newspapers in the east. 4 pages, 20½ x 13¼ inches, on one folding sheet; lightly disbound, toned, minor foxing. Augusta, GA, 28 April 1865

Lot: 94 - (CIVIL WAR--ILLINOIS.) Horsemen, Ho! Men Wanted to Join Captain Lord's Company of Light Cavalry.

(CIVIL WAR--ILLINOIS.) Horsemen, Ho! Men Wanted to Join Captain Lord's Company of Light Cavalry. Illustrated broadside, 17½ x 11¾ inches; conservation including restoration of 7 x 1½-inch area on right edge affecting a few letters. Chicago, circa September 1862

Lot: 95 - (CIVIL WAR--KENTUCKY.) Thomas W.W. DeCoursey. Letters of an outspoken Kentucky Copperhead to his daughter.

(CIVIL WAR--KENTUCKY.) Thomas W.W. DeCoursey. Letters of an outspoken Kentucky Copperhead to his daughter. 29 manuscript items: 28 Autograph Letters Signed to his daughter Martha Stella DeCoursey (1847-1886) of Liberty, MO, and one partial essay or oration; the essay worn with moderate loss of text, with only minor wear to the letters. Some letters accompanied by original envelopes with postage clipped; some accompanied by typed transcripts. Cold Spring and Newport, KY, May 1861 to November 1863

Lot: 96 - (CIVIL WAR--MAINE.) Samuel Cony. Letter seeking furloughs for exchanged Maine prisoners and the dismissal of General Banks.

(CIVIL WAR--MAINE.) Samuel Cony. Letter seeking furloughs for exchanged Maine prisoners and the dismissal of General Banks. Autograph Letter Signed as Governor Maine to Senator William Pitt Fessenden. 3 pages, 10½ x 8 inches, on official letterhead, with docketing on final blank; mailing folds, separation along main fold Augusta, ME, 2 May 1864

Lot: 97 - (CIVIL WAR--MASSACHUSETTS.) N.E.G., Now or Never! The 4th Battalion . . . Recruiting for the Militia!

(CIVIL WAR--MASSACHUSETTS.) N.E.G., Now or Never! The 4th Battalion . . . Recruiting for the Militia! Letterpress broadside, 43 x 29½ inches; worn with a few small areas of loss, offsetting from printer's ink, light ink burning, several modern tape repairs on verso. Boston: F.A. Searle, [August 1862]

Lot: 98 - (CIVIL WAR--NAVY.) French carte-de-visite collage depicting the USS Kearsarge and its crew.

(CIVIL WAR--NAVY.) French carte-de-visite collage depicting the USS Kearsarge and its crew. Albumen photograph, 3¾ x 2¼ inches, on original photographer's mount captioned "Mosaique du Kearsarge"; moderate toning and minor wear, period pencil inscription on verso, Cherbourg, France: François Sébastien Rondin, [1864]

Lot: 99 - (CIVIL WAR--NAVY.) Signed carte-de-visite of Samuel Dana Greene, hero of the USS Monitor.

(CIVIL WAR--NAVY.) Signed carte-de-visite of Samuel Dana Greene, hero of the USS Monitor. Albumen photograph, 3½ x 2 inches, on original mount with photographer's backmark; minimal wear; inscribed on verso "For my dear mother on her sixtieth birthday, 27th Oct. 1869, from her loving son Dana, San Francisco, California." San Francisco, CA: Bradley & Rulofson, 1869

Lot: 100 - (CIVIL WAR--NEW YORK.) War Meeting! Attend to the Draft!

(CIVIL WAR--NEW YORK.) War Meeting! Attend to the Draft! Letterpress broadside, 18 x 14 inches; faint dampstaining, loss in lower margin not affecting text, tastefully restored and stabilized. Fultonville, NY, 15 August 1862

Lot: 101 - (CIVIL WAR--NEWSPAPERS.) Broadside extra of the Daily State Sentinel on the race to defend Washington.

(CIVIL WAR--NEWSPAPERS.) Broadside extra of the Daily State Sentinel on the race to defend Washington. Letterpress broadside, 24 x 4½ inch strip; folds, moderate wrinkling, 1-inch closed tear. [Indianapolis, IN], 18 April [1861]

Lot: 102 - (CIVIL WAR--NEWSPAPERS.) Coverage of Fort Sumter with an unusually direct "Civil War Begun" headline,

(CIVIL WAR--NEWSPAPERS.) Coverage of Fort Sumter with an unusually direct "Civil War Begun" headline, in an issue of the Democratic Standard. 4 pages, 23¼ x 17½ inches, on one folding sheet; disbound, folds, minimal wear. Concord, NH, 20 April 1861

Lot: 103 - (CIVIL WAR--NEWSPAPERS.) Broadside "Journal--Extra" of the Indianapolis Daily Journal announcing the capture of Fort Donelson.

(CIVIL WAR--NEWSPAPERS.) Broadside "Journal--Extra" of the Indianapolis Daily Journal announcing the capture of Fort Donelson. Letterpress broadside, 17¾ x 6 inches; folds, ¾-inch excision from left margin; subscriber name penciled above masthead. Indianapolis, IN, 17 February 1862

Lot: 104 - (CIVIL WAR--OHIO.) Adam Fishel. Diaries kept by a private under Sherman, from Chickamauga to Atlanta to Savannah to Washington.

(CIVIL WAR--OHIO.) Adam Fishel. Diaries kept by a private under Sherman, from Chickamauga to Atlanta to Savannah to Washington. [96], [73], [16] manuscript diary pages, plus [23] memoranda pages through 1866, plus 8 loose pages of Fishel's contemporary notes copied from the diaries and sent home. 3 volumes. 16mo and 12mo, original wrappers, worn; first diary disbound with moderate wear and apparently missing at least two diary leaves (14 October to 3 November 1863, 30 July to 2 August 1864), otherwise minor wear. Accompanied by a binder with a full transcript, color prints of all pages, and a compact disc containing the data. Various places, 11 August 1862 to 9 June 1865

Lot: 105 - (CIVIL WAR--OHIO.) Charles A. Dean. Extensive letters from a discharged veteran in Cincinnati during and after the war.

(CIVIL WAR--OHIO.) Charles A. Dean. Extensive letters from a discharged veteran in Cincinnati during and after the war. Approximately 175 letters to his friend Everett Walker of Shrewsbury, MA dated 1864-1871, plus one final letter from 1918; condition generally strong; with about 50 postal covers, most with original stamps and postmarks. Cincinnati and elsewhere, 1864-1871, 1918

Lot: 106 - (CIVIL WAR--OHIO.) John S. Casement. Letters of a future Union general on the Shenandoah Campaign.

(CIVIL WAR--OHIO.) John S. Casement. Letters of a future Union general on the Shenandoah Campaign. 3 Autograph Letters Signed as "Jack," to his wife in Painesville, OH, each one page, about 9 x 7½ inches; mailing folds, lacking integral blanks, minimal wear. With one original stamped envelope addressed to Mrs. J.S. Casement bearing a Washington postmark. Virginia, March to May 1862

Lot: 107 - (CIVIL WAR--PENNSYLVANIA.) James Queen, artist & lithographer. Citizens Volunteer Hospital, Philadelphia.

(CIVIL WAR--PENNSYLVANIA.) James Queen, artist & lithographer. Citizens Volunteer Hospital, Philadelphia. Chromolithograph, 18¼ x 23¾ inches; skillfully repaired closed tears, silked and stabilized. Philadelphia: P.S. Duval & Son, circa 1862

Lot: 108 - (CIVIL WAR--PENNSYLVANIA.) John R. McKinney. A college student enlists in the militia to defend Pennsylvania from Lee's invasion.

(CIVIL WAR--PENNSYLVANIA.) John R. McKinney. A college student enlists in the militia to defend Pennsylvania from Lee's invasion. Autograph Letter Signed, 9½ x 7¾ inches; short tape repairs at folds, lacking integral blank. Canonsburg, PA, 18 June 1863

Lot: 109 - (CIVIL WAR--PENNSYLVANIA.) Samuel B. Dick. Diary tracing the rapid formation of the Meadville Volunteers after Fort Sumter.

(CIVIL WAR--PENNSYLVANIA.) Samuel B. Dick. Diary tracing the rapid formation of the Meadville Volunteers after Fort Sumter. [56] manuscript diary pages, plus [15] pages of memoranda extending through mid-July. 12mo, original limp calf, minor wear; a few leaves coming disbound, otherwise minimal wear. Meadville, PA and elsewhere, 1 January to 22 June 1861

Lot: 110 - (CIVIL WAR--PHOTOGRAPHY.) Civil War carte-de-visite album including John Wilkes Booth, Ulysses Grant, and Thaddeus Stevens.

(CIVIL WAR--PHOTOGRAPHY.) Civil War carte-de-visite album including John Wilkes Booth, Ulysses Grant, and Thaddeus Stevens. 23 photographs, most albumen cartes-de-visite plus one small tintype mounted on card, inserted into 12 album leaves. 12mo, original calf, moderate wear, with clasp; rear hinge split; gift inscription for the blank album on front flyleaf dated Christmas 1861. Various places, 1861-circa 1865

Lot: 111 - (CIVIL WAR--PHOTOGRAPHY.) Album of engraved and photographic portraits of war leaders.

(CIVIL WAR--PHOTOGRAPHY.) Album of engraved and photographic portraits of war leaders. 21 printed portraits and 7 cartes-de-visite inserted into 15 album leaves. 8vo, 5¾ x 4¾ inches, original decorative morocco with original clasps, minor wear, with printed title page by Carlton & Porter of New York and completed index key; minimal wear to contents, two empty slots with captions; presentation inscription to "Master William Stevenson for punctual attendance at Sabbath School by Bemers," with Stevenson's name gilt-stamped on front board. New York, circa 1863-1865

Lot: 112 - (CIVIL WAR--PRINTS.) Ethan Blodgett. Map of a Portion of Roanoke Island, Showing the Battlefield of February 8th, 1862.

(CIVIL WAR--PRINTS.) Ethan Blodgett. Map of a Portion of Roanoke Island, Showing the Battlefield of February 8th, 1862. Printed map, 14 x 17 inches, in blue; chipped on left edge touching neatline, 3-inch closed tear with light cello tape stain, 9-inch diagonal fold, other minor wear and toning; 1916 gift inscription on verso. No place, circa 1862

Lot: 113 - (CIVIL WAR--PRINTS.) Our Union Defenders: Insignia of Rank, Uniforms, Arms, Etc.

(CIVIL WAR--PRINTS.) Our Union Defenders: Insignia of Rank, Uniforms, Arms, Etc. Hand-colored broadside, 38 x 28½ inches; folds, minor foxing and dampstaining, worn at edges with slight loss to image. New York: H.H. Lloyd & Co., 1862

Lot: 114 - (CIVIL WAR--PRINTS.) The Day is Ours!

(CIVIL WAR--PRINTS.) The Day is Ours! Lithograph in red and blue, 8 x 10 inches; minor wrinkling, backed with paper. [Philadelphia]: King & Baird, [April 1865?]

Lot: 115 - (CIVIL WAR--PRINTS.) Group of 4 Magnus prints.

(CIVIL WAR--PRINTS.) Group of 4 Magnus prints. Various sizes; generally minor wear as described. New York: Charles Magnus, circa 1861-1865 and undated

Lot: 116 - (CIVIL WAR--VIRGINIA.) Robert B. Hathaway. Letter with detailed map of the possible river crossings at Ellis's Ford.

(CIVIL WAR--VIRGINIA.) Robert B. Hathaway. Letter with detailed map of the possible river crossings at Ellis's Ford. Illustrated Autograph Letter Signed to Major Gilbert M. Elliott of the same regiment. One page, 10 x 7¾ inches; minor foxing, light soiling to verso of integral blank. Virginia, 4 August 1863

Lot: 117 - (COLONIAL WARS.) Thomas Fitch. To the Forces . . . Generously Engaged in the Expedition Against Canada.

(COLONIAL WARS.) Thomas Fitch. To the Forces . . . Generously Engaged in the Expedition Against Canada. Letterpress broadside, 14¾ x 12¼ inches, signed in type as governor of Connecticut; minimal wear, later 1761 docketing on verso; uncut. New London, CT: Timothy Green, 7 June 1758

Lot: 118 - (COLONIAL WARS.) Plan and description of the fortifications at Crown Point, a very early newspaper illustration,

(COLONIAL WARS.) Plan and description of the fortifications at Crown Point, a very early newspaper illustration, as published in an issue of the biweekly Lloyd's Evening Post and British Chronicle. Pages [185]-192 pages, 11 x 8 inches, disbound; minor wear. London, 23 August 1758

Lot: 119 - (CONSTITUTION.) Constitucion Federal de los Estados-Unidos de América, con dos Discursos del General Washington.

(CONSTITUTION.) Constitucion Federal de los Estados-Unidos de América, con dos Discursos del General Washington. [4], 66 pages. Small 8vo, original plain wrappers with minor dampstaining; minimal wear to contents. Mexico, 1823

Lot: 120 - (CRIME.) Volume of the National Police Gazette and other similar bawdy newspapers.

(CRIME.) Volume of the National Police Gazette and other similar bawdy newspapers. 57 complete illustrated newspapers, each 16 pages, 16 x 11 inches, in one volume. Folio, contemporary ¼ morocco, minor wear, front joint starting; minor dampstaining on bottom edge, minimal wear to most issues. New York, 1882-1884

Lot: 121 - (CRIME.) Notebook kept by a Wild West-era bounty hunter.

(CRIME.) Notebook kept by a Wild West-era bounty hunter. 28 pages of printed forms completed in manuscript, 15 pages with a clipping on each page, 5 pages of manuscript with a photograph laid down on each, and 7 additional pages of manuscript. Oblong 8vo, 4 x 6½ inches, original cloth, worn; moderate wear to contents; at least two leaves torn out. No place, circa 1888-1891

Lot: 122 - (CRIME.) Press photo of a Prohibition distillery raid in New Jersey.

(CRIME.) Press photo of a Prohibition distillery raid in New Jersey. Original photograph, 9 x 10¾ inches; minor wear, with worn typescript carbon caption and clipped newspaper caption laid down on verso. Newark, NJ, October 1926

Lot: 123 - (DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.) The first magazine printing of the Declaration, in an issue of the Pennsylvania Magazine.

(DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.) The first magazine printing of the Declaration, in an issue of the Pennsylvania Magazine. Pages [297]-344. Octavo, 7¾ x 5 inches, disbound; title page reattached, moderate foxing and minor dampstaining, uncut. Philadelphia: Robert Aitken, July 1776

Lot: 124 - (DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.) Print of Arthur Szyk's illuminated rendering of the Declaration.

(DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.) Print of Arthur Szyk's illuminated rendering of the Declaration. Collotype print, 34 x 25¾ inches; laid down on board, minimal wear and light toning. New Canaan, CT, 1950

Lot: 125 - (DELAWARE.) Manuscript orations and other papers of Delaware civic leader Willard Hall.

(DELAWARE.) Manuscript orations and other papers of Delaware civic leader Willard Hall. One box of manuscript papers (0.3 linear feet); variously worn, many pieces had previously been tightly folded. Various places, circa 1838-1879

Lot: 126 - (DIPLOMACY.) Text of the Proposed Charter of the United Nations, Including the Statute of the International Court of Justice.

(DIPLOMACY.) Text of the Proposed Charter of the United Nations, Including the Statute of the International Court of Justice. [2], 30 printed pages. 4to, staple-bound, 10½ x 8 inches; minor toning and tape remnants on front page, otherwise minimal wear. [San Francisco, CA?]: United Nations Conference on International Organization, 25 June 1945

Lot: 127 - (DISABILITY RIGHTS.) Hugh Gallagher. Heavily edited draft of a portion of his autobiography "Black Bird Fly Away."

(DISABILITY RIGHTS.) Hugh Gallagher. Heavily edited draft of a portion of his autobiography "Black Bird Fly Away." 62 typescript pages with 7 additional manuscript or typescript pages interleaved, most with extensive manuscript edits in Gallagher's hand in red and black ink. 4to, 11 x 8½ inches, in contemporary plain spring binder; minimal wear. No place, circa 1977

Lot: 128 - (EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Psalterium Americanum: The Book of Psalms.

(EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Psalterium Americanum: The Book of Psalms. [2], xxxv, [1], 426 pages. Small 8vo, contemporary calf, worn and bowed; lacking as usual the scarce 7-page "Proposals for Printing by Subscription" at end, lacking free endpapers, moderate wear including 2 long closed tears, minor dampstaining; signatures of early owners on title page and verso. Boston: S. Kneeland, 1718

Lot: 129 - (EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) [Cotton Mather.] Manuductio ad Ministerium. Directions for a Candidate of the Ministry.

(EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) [Cotton Mather.] Manuductio ad Ministerium. Directions for a Candidate of the Ministry. [4], xviii, [2], 151 pages. 8vo, contemporary paneled calf, worn, joints split; lacking free endpapers, minor foxing, two tears to final leaf; with half-title reading "Dr. Mather's Directions for a Candidate of the Ministry"; 1735 ownership signature of Ebenezer Gay on title page. Boston: Thomas Hancock, 1726

Lot: 130 - (EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Conductor Generalis, or The Office, Duty and Authority of Justices of the Peace.

(EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Conductor Generalis, or The Office, Duty and Authority of Justices of the Peace. [8], xii, 299, [1] pages. Square 8vo, contemporary calf, worn, crudely rebacked; waste-paper pastedowns, free endpapers renewed, title page in facsimile, next two leaves worn with slight loss of text, foxing, moderate dampstaining; early owner's signature "Wottingham" laid down on renewed front free endpaper. Philadelphia: Andrew Bradford, 1722

Lot: 131 - (EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Conductor Generalis: or, The Office, Duty and Authority of Justices of the Peace.

(EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Conductor Generalis: or, The Office, Duty and Authority of Justices of the Peace. [16], xvi, 464 pages. 8vo, contemporary calf, worn, crudely rebacked; lacking leaf N1, foxing, moderate dampstaining, minor worming; early inscription on title page. New York: J. Parker, 1749

Lot: 132 - (EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Land grant form titled "By the Proprietaries," printed by Benjamin Franklin.

(EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Land grant form titled "By the Proprietaries," printed by Benjamin Franklin. Partially-printed Document Signed by Anthony Palmer as president of the Pennsylvania Council, docketed on verso and additionally certified as accurate in the left margin by a clerk in 1811, with their embossed seal. One page, 7¾ x 13½ inches; light wear at folds; uncut. Philadelphia: [Benjamin Franklin], circa 1746, completed 27 January 1747

Lot: 133 - (EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Volume of "The Independent Reflector," a controversial New York magazine.

(EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Volume of "The Independent Reflector," a controversial New York magazine. 44 (of 52) complete issues, most of them 4 pages, 12¾ x 8 inches. Folio, early plain wrappers, worn; crudely stitched and coming disbound, lacking issues I, II, VI, VIII, XXVII, LI, and LII, lacking second leaf of issue VI and first leaf of XLVI, issues III and IX supplied from another smaller volume and laid in, moderate foxing and minor dampstaining, marginal vermin wear to margins of last few issues not affecting text, variously worn; uncut; signatures of early owners Thomas S. Diamond and William Diamond. Does not include the Preface, issued shortly after the conclusion of publication. With modern ¼-cloth folder. New York: James Parker, 14 December 1752 to 8 November 1753

Lot: 134 - (EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Twenty-shilling piece of Pennsylvania colonial currency printed by Franklin & Hall.

(EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Twenty-shilling piece of Pennsylvania colonial currency printed by Franklin & Hall. Twenty-shilling note, 3½ x 3 inches, printed on both sides, signed by S.P. Moore, George Dillwyn, and Amos Hillborn on recto, with verso bearing an engraved forest scene and the motto "To counterfeit is death"; moderate wear. [Philadelphia]: Franklin & Hall, 18 June 1764

Lot: 135 - (EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Legal form printed by James Adams, just before he became the first printer in Delaware.

(EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Legal form printed by James Adams, just before he became the first printer in Delaware. Printed bond form, completed in manuscript and signed by the principal Arthur Howe of Edenton, PA and a witness, obligating him to the firm of Halsey & Jackson. One page, 3½ x 7½ inches, docketed on verso; fold, paper seal, light offsetting. Philadelphia: James Adams, 1761, completed 8 May 1765

Lot: 136 - (FILM.) Albums of model-maker Barney Korn's 1920s miniature film sets, work for Howard Hughes, and automotive and aviation models.

(FILM.) Albums of model-maker Barney Korn's 1920s miniature film sets, work for Howard Hughes, and automotive and aviation models. Hundreds of photographs and other ephemera mounted on 11 x 8½-inch looseleaf album leaves. 5 ring binders; some of the larger photos and ephemera with punched binder holes, occasional moderate wear. Various places, 1919-1980

Lot: 137 - (FILM.) Copy prints of promotional posters and stills from the golden age of serials.

(FILM.) Copy prints of promotional posters and stills from the golden age of serials. Approximately 285 later copy-print photographs, each 7½ x 9½ inches, with no markings on verso; individually sleeved, minimal wear. No place, images circa 1930s-1950s

Lot: 138 - (FINANCE.) Issue of the Wall Street Journal on the dissolution of Standard Oil in a renowned anti-trust case.

(FINANCE.) Issue of the Wall Street Journal on the dissolution of Standard Oil in a renowned anti-trust case. 8 pages, 24½ x 18¼ inches; disbound, brittle, minor wear; perforated library stamps in upper corner. New York, 16 May 1912

Lot: 139 - (FINANCE.) Banner headline on Black Thursday, "Stocks Crash in Mad Stampede,"

(FINANCE.) Banner headline on Black Thursday, "Stocks Crash in Mad Stampede," in an issue of the Greensboro Daily News. 32 pages, 21¼ x 17 inches; disbound, light toning. Greensboro, NC, 25 October 1929

Lot: 140 - [BENJAMIN FRANKLIN.] The Interest of Great Britain Considered, with Regard to . . . the Acquisitions of Canada and Guadaloupe.

[BENJAMIN FRANKLIN.] The Interest of Great Britain Considered, with Regard to . . . the Acquisitions of Canada and Guadaloupe. 58 pages. 8vo, later ¼ morocco with portion of early backstrip laid down; front free endpapers coming detached, minimal wear to contents. London: T. Becket, 1760

Lot: 141 - BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. The Way to Wealth; or, Poor Richard Improved.

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. The Way to Wealth; or, Poor Richard Improved. Frontispiece plate. [4], 181, [4] pages. 12mo, contemporary calf, moderate wear, joints split, lower corner of boards scorched; dampstaining to the last 6 leaves. Paris, 1795

Lot: 142 - BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Poor Richard Illustrated: Lessons for the Young and Old on Industry, Temperance, Frugality &c.

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Poor Richard Illustrated: Lessons for the Young and Old on Industry, Temperance, Frugality &c. Engraving, 21 x 26¼ inches; minor dampstaining and edge wear. [Philadelphia]: N. Monroe, M.D., 1868

Lot: 143 - (HAWAII.) Lilia K. Dominis. He Mele Lahui Hawaii.

(HAWAII.) Lilia K. Dominis. He Mele Lahui Hawaii. 3 pages including lithographed front page, 12 x 9¼ inches, on one folding sheet; disbound, horizontal fold, minor wear; "Hawaiian National Hymn" inked in contemporary hand in upper margin. Honolulu, HI: H.M. Whitney, 1872

Lot: 144 - (HAWAII.) Hiram Bingham. A Residence of Twenty-One Years in the Sandwich Islands.

(HAWAII.) Hiram Bingham. A Residence of Twenty-One Years in the Sandwich Islands. Folding map, 7 plates, one text illustration on page 578. 616 pages. Large 8vo, publisher's calf, minimal wear; minimal toning to contents; original owner's pencil inscriptions on front endpapers. Hartford, CT, 1848

Lot: 145 - (JUDAICA.) "Address of the Hebrew Congregation in Newport," with George Washington's famous response,

(JUDAICA.) "Address of the Hebrew Congregation in Newport," with George Washington's famous response, as published in the Gazette of the United States, Volume II, issue 45. 4 pages, 16½ x 10 inches, on one folding sheet; disbound, minor toning; subscriber's name inked above masthead, later private collector's embossed stamp on first leaf. New York, 15 September 1790

Lot: 146 - (JUDAICA.) Isaac Leeser, editor. The Occident and American Jewish Advocate, Volume V.

(JUDAICA.) Isaac Leeser, editor. The Occident and American Jewish Advocate, Volume V. 12 monthly issues with collective title and index in one volume. vii, 616 pages. Large 12mo, modern buckram; minor dampstaining to preliminaries only, minor edge wear to a few leaves; early congregation library inked stamps on several leaves. Bound without the wrappers or the Occident Advertiser supplements. Philadelphia, 5607-5608 / April 1847 to March 1848

Lot: 147 - (JUDAICA.) Article announcing the formation of the Hebrew Grant and Colfax Campaign Club,

(JUDAICA.) Article announcing the formation of the Hebrew Grant and Colfax Campaign Club, in an issue of the New York Times. 8 pages, 22½ x 17½ inches; disbound, minor wear. New York, 2 September 1868

Lot: 148 - (JUDAICA.) Bernhard Felsenthal. Kritik des christlichen Missionswesens, insbesondere der "Judenmission."

(JUDAICA.) Bernhard Felsenthal. Kritik des christlichen Missionswesens, insbesondere der "Judenmission." 26 pages. 8vo, original printed wrappers, minimal wear; small inked catalog number and inked stamp of American Jewish Committee Library on front wrapper, inked number on title page. Chicago: Ed. Bühler, 1869

Lot: 149 - (JUDAICA.) Group of 3 nineteenth-century publications.

(JUDAICA.) Group of 3 nineteenth-century publications. 3 volumes, various sizes. Various places, 1859, 1891, 1895

Lot: 150 - (JUDAICA.) Set of 3 stamped "Blue Cards" to raise money for Jewish immigrants.

(JUDAICA.) Set of 3 stamped "Blue Cards" to raise money for Jewish immigrants. Each 4 pages, 7 x 4½ inches, on a folding card illustrated with the image of a child, affixed with a total of 30 donation monthly stamps; minimal wear. New York: The Blue Card, Inc. Aid for Jewish Immigrants, 1946-1948

Lot: 151 - (JUDAICA.) Yiddish eye chart.

(JUDAICA.) Yiddish eye chart. Broadside on linen, 35 x 19 inches; folds, minimal wear. Philadelphia: Sol Haber, undated

Lot: 152 - (JUDAICA.) University of Chicago . . . Annual Hanukkah Party . . . A Symposium: The Latke vs. the Hamantash:

(JUDAICA.) University of Chicago . . . Annual Hanukkah Party . . . A Symposium: The Latke vs. the Hamantash: Their Metaphysical Implications. 5 identical posters, 14 x 11 inches, in yellow on black card; minor wear, with 5 different Cecil Golding ballet prints from the New York Graphic Society mounted on verso. [Chicago]: B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, Wednesday 7 December [1949]

Lot: 153 - (JUDAICA--HOLY LAND.) Issue of the Yiddish-language "Forward" on the new "Jewish Kingdom" and partition of Palestine.

(JUDAICA--HOLY LAND.) Issue of the Yiddish-language "Forward" on the new "Jewish Kingdom" and partition of Palestine. 28 pages, 22¾ x 16½ inches, on 8 sheets; unbound, minor toning and minimal wear, front page printed in red and black. New York, 30 November 1947

Lot: 154 - (JUDAICA--HOLY LAND.) Two issues of "The Zionist: A Monthly Journal of the Lovers of Zion."

(JUDAICA--HOLY LAND.) Two issues of "The Zionist: A Monthly Journal of the Lovers of Zion." Issues #3 and 4, each 22, [2] pages including wrappers. 8vo, original printed wrappers illustrated with a small cut of the Statue of Liberty, worn, first with front wrapper detached, first one on pink paper and the second in pale green; minor wear to contents. New York, June and July 1898

Lot: 155 - (JUDAICA--HOLY LAND.) Group of 3 newspapers on Truman and the birth of Israel.

(JUDAICA--HOLY LAND.) Group of 3 newspapers on Truman and the birth of Israel. 3 folio newspapers, disbound, minimal wear. Various places, 1946-1948

Lot: 156 - (JUDAICA--RELIGION.) Charter and Bye-Laws of . . . Kaal Kadosh Mickve Israel, of the City of Philadelphia.

(JUDAICA--RELIGION.) Charter and Bye-Laws of . . . Kaal Kadosh Mickve Israel, of the City of Philadelphia. 24 pages. 8vo, original plain wrappers, coming detached; only minor wear to contents. Philadelphia: John Bioren, 1824

Lot: 157 - (JUDAICA--RELIGION.) Joseph Johlson. Instruction in the Mosaic Religion.

(JUDAICA--RELIGION.) Joseph Johlson. Instruction in the Mosaic Religion. viii, 139 pages. 8vo, contemporary cloth, worn, failed repairs to joints; heavy foxing to preliminary leaves; uncut; numerous markings by early owners and Gratz College Library on front pastedown, title page, and elsewhere. Philadelphia: Adam Waldie, 5590 [1830]

Lot: 158 - (JUDAICA--RELIGION.) Isaac Leeser, editor. The Book of Daily Prayers for Every Day in the Year, According to the Custom

(JUDAICA--RELIGION.) Isaac Leeser, editor. The Book of Daily Prayers for Every Day in the Year, According to the Custom of the German and Polish Jews. [4], 243 leaves, in Hebrew and English on facing pages. 8vo, contemporary gilt-tooled full morocco, moderate wear, rejointed; lacking front free endpaper, foxing, minimal dampstaining. Philadelphia: C. Sherman, 5608 [1848]

Lot: 159 - (JUDAICA--RELIGION.) [Jonas Ennery.] Meditations and Prayers for Every Situation and Occasion in Life.

(JUDAICA--RELIGION.) [Jonas Ennery.] Meditations and Prayers for Every Situation and Occasion in Life. xvi, 260 pages. 8vo, publisher's printed boards, backstrip worn and stained; scattered early pencil notes, minor foxing; inked library stamp on title page and other library markings. Philadelphia, 5624-1864

Lot: 160 - (JUDAICA--RELIGION.) Benjamin Szold. Israelitish Prayer Book, for all the Public Services of the Year,

(JUDAICA--RELIGION.) Benjamin Szold. Israelitish Prayer Book, for all the Public Services of the Year, bound with as usual, Szold's Songs and Prayers and Meditations for Divine Services of Israelites. [2], vi, 590, [14]; iv, 104 pages. 8vo, original embossed calf, rebacked; lacking front free endpaper, a few leaves coming detached, other moderate wear, a few early pencil notes; inked stamps and bookplate of Gratz College. Philadelphia, 1873

Lot: 161 - (JUDAICA--RELIGION.) Synagogue donation recorder.

(JUDAICA--RELIGION.) Synagogue donation recorder. Printed in blue, 11 x 9¼ inches, on light board, with 32 metal dials attached; stains from metal clips at corners, minor wear. United States: M. [Moshe] Cohen, 1913

Lot: 162 - (JUDAICA--SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR.) Papers of Capt. Daniel Peixotto, the first Jewish Army officer to die in the war.

(JUDAICA--SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR.) Papers of Capt. Daniel Peixotto, the first Jewish Army officer to die in the war. Approximately 45 items (23 letters by Peixotto plus other manuscripts and ephemera), sleeved in one binder; a few items with moderate wear. Guantanamo, Cuba and elsewhere, 1898

Lot: 163 - (JUDAICA--SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR.) Ribbon badge for the Hebrew Veterans of the War with Spain.

(JUDAICA--SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR.) Ribbon badge for the Hebrew Veterans of the War with Spain. 4½ x 1¾ inches, comprising a metal eagle with pinback, a 1¾ x 1-inch American flag-patterned ribbon; and an illustrated metal and enamel hanging pendant bearing the jeweler's stamp on verso; minimal wear. New York: Dieges & Clust, circa early 1900s

Lot: 164 - (JUDAICA--THEATER.) [Samuel B.H. Judah.] Gotham and the Gothamites, a Medley.

(JUDAICA--THEATER.) [Samuel B.H. Judah.] Gotham and the Gothamites, a Medley. lvi, 93, [1] pages. 12mo, publisher's printed boards, minor wear; minor foxing; uncut. New York, 1823

Lot: 165 - (JUDAICA--THEATER.) Original illustration for a Yiddish theater performance of "In the Foyer."

(JUDAICA--THEATER.) Original illustration for a Yiddish theater performance of "In the Foyer." Pen and ink on board, 15½ x 17¾ inches, signed "Moynahan"; 1½-inch repaired closed tear, reinforced with mount remnants on verso, inked stamps and signature of collector Murray A. Harris on verso. New York?, circa early 1920s

Lot: 166 - (JUDAICA--WORLD WARS.) GI Holy Days: Jewish Holidays and Festival Observances among the Armed Forces throughout the World.

(JUDAICA--WORLD WARS.) GI Holy Days: Jewish Holidays and Festival Observances among the Armed Forces throughout the World. 59 pages. 16mo, original illustrated wrappers; minimal wear; inscribed on title page by owner H. Garfinkle. New York: National Jewish Welfare Board, 1944

Lot: 167 - (JUDAICA--WORLD WARS.) To-Day Buy That Liberty Bond.

(JUDAICA--WORLD WARS.) To-Day Buy That Liberty Bond. Poster, 28 x 22 inches, in red and blue on light board; minimal wear. Boston: Leverett Press, circa 1918

Lot: 168 - (JUDAICA--WORLD WARS.) Jewish Welfare Board "United War-Work" die-cut display from World War One.

(JUDAICA--WORLD WARS.) Jewish Welfare Board "United War-Work" die-cut display from World War One. Die-cut color poster, 12½ x 10 inches, on board with pop-up stand on verso; minimal wear, two pin holes. New York: T.F. Moore, circa 1918

Lot: 169 - (JUDAICA--WORLD WARS.) You Saved Them in 1917. Will You Let Them Starve Now?

(JUDAICA--WORLD WARS.) You Saved Them in 1917. Will You Let Them Starve Now? Poster, 19 x 12½ inches, in red and black; two folds; laid down on linen. New York: American Jewish Relief Committee for Sufferers from the War, [1918]

Lot: 170 - (JUDAICA--WORLD WARS.) XIX Corps Scroll.

(JUDAICA--WORLD WARS.) XIX Corps Scroll. Issue #2. [15] pages, 11 x 8 inches, staple-bound; folds, minor wear. Germany, 28 March 1945

Lot: 171 - (JUDAICA--WORLD WARS.) Issue of "The Stars and Stripes" with illustrated coverage of the concentration camps.

(JUDAICA--WORLD WARS.) Issue of "The Stars and Stripes" with illustrated coverage of the concentration camps. 8 pages, 14½ x 11¾ inches, on 2 folding sheets; unbound, light toning and minimal wear. Paris, 23 April 1945

Lot: 172 - (JUDAICA--WORLD WARS.) Memorial Album: Dedicated to the Boys of the 20th Air Force.

(JUDAICA--WORLD WARS.) Memorial Album: Dedicated to the Boys of the 20th Air Force. 30 plates. 134, [1] pages. 4to, original gilt padded cloth, minimal wear; inscribed on front free endpaper "Those we love will always live in our heart, Sadie Finkelstein." [Los Angeles, CA: Mr. and Mrs. N. Finkelstein, 1951]

Lot: 173 - (LAW.) Journals of Congress

(LAW.) Journals of Congress (the Elbridge Gerry-Edward Everett set.) 13 volumes. 8vo, modern ½ calf over marbled boards in period style; minor foxing and toning, occasional minor dampstaining, a few early ink and pencil marks in margins; provenance inscription by Edward Everett on first front free endpaper, with his armorial bookplates laid down on all front pastedowns. Philadelphia: Folwell's Press, 1800-1801

Lot: 174 - (LAW.) Group of 4 folio printings of early laws from Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, and North Carolina.

(LAW.) Group of 4 folio printings of early laws from Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, and North Carolina. Folio, various bindings; contents worn, each lacking one or two leaves. Various places, 1742-1785

Lot: 175 - (LAW.) Volume of Gentleman's Magazine featuring the United States Constitution.

(LAW.) Volume of Gentleman's Magazine featuring the United States Constitution. Volume LVII, Part the Second, including title page, 6 monthly issues, annual supplement, and index. 14 plates. [553]-1200, [16] pages. 8vo, modern cloth; minor foxing; edges tinted green; inked stamps on title and 4th page reading "Sold by H.M. Stationery Office." London, July to December 1787

Lot: 176 - (LAW.) Large group of law-related books, including state and city laws.

(LAW.) Large group of law-related books, including state and city laws. 15 titles in 16 volumes, mostly 8vo; various bindings; not collated. Various places, 1787-1872

Lot: 177 - (LEWIS & CLARK.) Volume of "The Evening Fire-Side" including the first magazine printing of the first returning expedition letter.

(LEWIS & CLARK.) Volume of "The Evening Fire-Side" including the first magazine printing of the first returning expedition letter. Volume II only, 39 (of 52) complete weekly issues plus two partial issues, each 8 pages. 4to, modern cloth; moderate dampstaining, intermittent foxing, wear to a few issues not affecting Lewis and Clark content; early owner's signature on front free endpaper. Philadelphia, January-December 1806

Lot: 178 - (LEWIS & CLARK.) Volume of "The Repertory," a Boston newspaper, with news of the expedition.

(LEWIS & CLARK.) Volume of "The Repertory," a Boston newspaper, with news of the expedition. 94 [of 104] bi-weekly issues, each 4 pages, in one volume. Folio, 19 x 13 inches, contemporary ½ calf over marbled boards, moderate wear; moderate wear and toning to contents, dampstaining to a few issues; name of subscriber D.A. Poor inscribed above mastheads, 20th-century owner's tag on front board. Boston, 3 January to 30 December 1806

Lot: 179 - (LEWIS & CLARK.) Prospectus for the ill-fated official report by Lewis, and 3 other newspapers relating to the expedition.

(LEWIS & CLARK.) Prospectus for the ill-fated official report by Lewis, and 3 other newspapers relating to the expedition. Each 4 pages, about 20½ x 13½ inches, on one folding sheet; generally minor wear. Boston and Philadelphia, 1807

Lot: 180 - (ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Long first-hand account of a Lincoln-Douglas debate, written exclusively for an issue of the Essex County Mercury.

(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Long first-hand account of a Lincoln-Douglas debate, written exclusively for an issue of the Essex County Mercury. 4 pages, 26 x 19 inches, on one folding sheet; folds, minor dampstaining, lacking 3 inches from lower left corner not affecting Lincoln article; subscriber's name inked in upper margin. Salem, MA, 8 September 1858

Lot: 181 - (ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) [Alexander Gardner], photographer. Carte-de-visite "inkwell portrait" of the President-Elect.

(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) [Alexander Gardner], photographer. Carte-de-visite "inkwell portrait" of the President-Elect. Albumen photograph, 3¼ x 2 inches, on photographer's mount; high print quality, minimal wear. New York: E. Anthony, [24 February 1861]

Lot: 182 - (ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Calligraphic rendering of the Emancipation Proclamation titled "A National Pen Picture."

(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Calligraphic rendering of the Emancipation Proclamation titled "A National Pen Picture." Albumen photograph, 13 x 10 inches, on original 16 x 13-inch photographer's stiff paper mount with printed caption; dampstaining and minor wear to mount, image slightly retouched; early owner's inscription and inked stamps on verso. Syracuse, NY, 1866

Lot: 183 - [ABRAHAM LINCOLN.] Edward Everett. An Oration Delivered on the Battlefield of Gettysburg.

[ABRAHAM LINCOLN.] Edward Everett. An Oration Delivered on the Battlefield of Gettysburg. Plan of the cemetery on page [32]. 48 pages. 8vo, original printed wrappers, moderate wear and foxing, lacking rear wrapper; minor wear and foxing to contents. New York: Baker & Godwin, 1863

Lot: 184 - (ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Robert Todd Lincoln's Harvard class album portrait.

(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Robert Todd Lincoln's Harvard class album portrait. Salt print, 5¾ x 4¾ inches, on plain 12¾ x 9½-inch album leaf, with portrait of a classmate mounted on verso; original mounting strip on right edge, captioned "Lincoln" in pencil. [Cambridge, MA, 1864]

Lot: 185 - (ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Scripps family papers including a letter on an anti-Lincoln conspiracy, and an illustration of the house

(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Scripps family papers including a letter on an anti-Lincoln conspiracy, and an illustration of the house where Lincoln died. 2 letters and a drawing in one folder; various sizes and conditions, as described. Various places, 1864 , 1900, and undated

Lot: 186 - (ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Issue of the Rutland Daily Herald on the Lincoln assassination.

(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Issue of the Rutland Daily Herald on the Lincoln assassination. 4 pages, 21¼ x 14½ inches, on one folding sheet; unbound and uncut, minor wrinkling. Rutland, VT, 15 April 1865

Lot: 187 - (ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Three evocative items from the week of the Lincoln assassination: a playbill, Green Room ticket, and letter.

(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Three evocative items from the week of the Lincoln assassination: a playbill, Green Room ticket, and letter. 3 items, housed with related material; generally minor wear. Washington, April 1865

Lot: 188 - (ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati R.R. Special Time Schedule for the Train Conveying the Remains of Abraham Lincoln.

(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati R.R. Special Time Schedule for the Train Conveying the Remains of Abraham Lincoln. Illustrated handbill, 10¾ x 6 inches, signed in type by E.S. Flint as superintendent; 3 horizontal folds, tack holes at corners, minor wear. Cleveland, OH: Sanford & Hayward, 29 April 1865

Lot: 189 - (ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) D.T. Wiest. In Memory of Abraham Lincoln, the Reward of the Just (2 copies, colored and uncolored)

(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) D.T. Wiest; artist and engraver. In Memory of Abraham Lincoln, the Reward of the Just. Hand-colored lithograph, 30 x 24 inches; minimal wear. Philadelphia: William Smith, circa 1865

Lot: 190 - (ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Liberty Crowning her Martyr.

(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Liberty Crowning her Martyr. Carte-de-visite albumen photograph, 3½ x 2¼ inches, captioned in image, on plain mount, with inked publisher's stamp on verso; minimal wear. Chicago: Golden & Sammons, 1865

Lot: 191 - (ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) [John H. Haswell, editor.] The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln . . . Expressions of Condolence and Sympathy.

(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) [John H. Haswell, editor.] The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln . . . Expressions of Condolence and Sympathy. 3 mounted photographs, 2 engraved plates. [2], xxx, 930 pages. Folio, full gilt morocco, front board detached, otherwise minor wear; all edges gilt. Washington, 1867

Lot: 192 - (ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Subscription book for J.B. Bachelder's engraving "The Last Hours of Abraham Lincoln," with related papers.

(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Subscription book for J.B. Bachelder's engraving "The Last Hours of Abraham Lincoln," with related papers. 13 manuscript pages. 4to, original full calf, lacking backstrip, otherwise moderate wear; minimal wear to contents. With 14 letters and 3 related items, sleeved in a binder. Various places, 1865-1893

Lot: 193 - (LITERATURE.) Check List of Negro Authors Written in English and in African Dialects in the Library of Arthur B. Spingarn.

(LITERATURE.) Check List of Negro Authors Written in English and in African Dialects in the Library of Arthur B. Spingarn. 2 (of 3?) volumes. [170], [156] typescript pages with extensive manuscript additions. 8vo, modern cloth; title pages worn and laid down, moderate wear to a few other leaves; Spingarn's personal bookplate (attributed to Aaron Douglas) laid down on front pastedown of Volume II. [New York], circa 1963-1967

Lot: 194 - (LOUISIANA.) 3 issues of the monthly "Present State of Europe" on the founding of Louisiana by French.

(LOUISIANA.) 3 issues of the monthly "Present State of Europe" on the founding of Louisiana by French. Each about 30-40 pages, 7¾ x 6 inches or larger; disbound, minimal wear. London, July 1699 to October 1700

Lot: 195 - (LOUISIANA.) Looe Baker. Letter from New Orleans describing the military band concerts on the levee and the yellow fever epidemic.

(LOUISIANA.) Looe Baker. Letter from New Orleans describing the military band concerts on the levee and the yellow fever epidemic. 4 Autograph Letters Signed to his friend and future brother-in-law Thomas Wardell of Crosswicks, NJ. Each 2 to 4 pages, 4to or folio, no postal markings; condition strong, 25 September 1799 letter apparently lacking a closing leaf. Trenton, NJ and New Orleans, LA, 1799-1801

Lot: 196 - (LOUISIANA.) Proceedings of the Police Jury of the Parish of Tensas.

(LOUISIANA.) Proceedings of the Police Jury of the Parish of Tensas. 8 printed pages. 8vo, original plain wrappers, minor soiling; vertical fold, two early inked markings in margins. Vidalia, LA: Concordia Intelligencer, 1851

Lot: 197 - (LOUISIANA.) Laws and Resolutions of the Board of Levee Commissioners for the District . . . of Carroll and Madison.

(LOUISIANA.) Laws and Resolutions of the Board of Levee Commissioners for the District . . . of Carroll and Madison. 40 pages. 8vo, original plain wrappers, minor wear; two binding holes punched in inner margin, toning, vertical fold; uncut, signed on page 32 by the secretary of the commission, with his embossed seal. Lake Providence, LA, 1858

Lot: 198 - (MAGIC.) Group of 5 early magician pamphlets and a piece of magician's sheet music.

(MAGIC.) Group of 5 early magician pamphlets and a piece of magician's sheet music. 6 items, generally minor wear. New York, 1853 and circa 1877-1889

Lot: 199 - (MARITIME.) Testimony of the captain of the American merchant sloop Shepherdess, captured by the British during the Napoleonic Wars.

(MARITIME.) Testimony of the captain of the American merchant sloop Shepherdess, captured by the British during the Napoleonic Wars. 14 manuscript pages in a contemporary clerical hand, 13 x 8 inches, in original wrappers bound with ribbon; minor wear. Bermuda, 12 and 27 January 1795

Lot: 200 - (MARITIME.) Illustrated pieces on the two great oceanic steamships of the 1830s: the SS Great Western and SS British Queen.

(MARITIME.) Illustrated pieces on the two great oceanic steamships of the 1830s: the SS Great Western and SS British Queen. New York, 1838-1839

Lot: 201 - (MARITIME.) Letters by and about two steerage passengers who died while emigrating to America aboard the Titanic.

(MARITIME.) Letters by and about two steerage passengers who died while emigrating to America aboard the Titanic. 20 items in one folder, including 3 letters by the Johnstons shortly before their departure, 7 other complete letters, and 8 newspaper clippings; minor wear and light soiling. Various places, most March to May 1912

Lot: 202 - (MARITIME.) Volume of the Tacoma Daily Ledger with coverage of the Titanic wreck.

(MARITIME.) Volume of the Tacoma Daily Ledger with coverage of the Titanic wreck. Folio, 22¾ x 16¾ inches, in early paper-covered boards, lacking backstrip, front board detached; minor wear and toning to contents. Tacoma, WA, 15 to 30 April 1912

Lot: 203 - (MARYLAND.) John Glisan. The extensive manuscript "Life and Memoirs" of a Frederick County carpenter and politician.

(MARYLAND.) John Glisan. The extensive manuscript "Life and Memoirs" of a Frederick County carpenter and politician. 3 volumes. 492 manuscript pages. Folio, 12¼ x 7½ inches, original plain wrappers, worn and mostly detached, lacking front wrapper of second volume; generally only minor wear to contents. Libertytown, MD, circa 1836-1847

Lot: 204 - (MARYLAND.) List of Members of the Independent Junior Fire Company!

(MARYLAND.) List of Members of the Independent Junior Fire Company! Broadside, 23½ x 13½ inches, printed in gilt on black glossy paper or foil; folds, wrinkles and minor wear, laid down on modern board. Hagerstown MD: Mittag & Sneary, Practical Fancy Job Printers, 1859

Lot: 205 - (MASSACHUSETTS.) [Peter Pelham?, engraver.] Mezzotint portrait of Edward Holyoke.

(MASSACHUSETTS.) [Peter Pelham?, engraver.] Mezzotint portrait of Edward Holyoke. Mezzotint engraving, 11¼ x 9 inches, on laid paper with no visible watermark, captioned "Edvardus Holyoke, Collegii Harvardini Cantabrigiae Nov-Anglorum Praeses Reverendus"; reinforced along all 4 edges with early paper tape on verso extending beyond the margins, dampstaining, 4 small holes in blank areas, ¾-inch closed tear. [Boston], 1749

Lot: 206 - (MASSACHUSETTS.) Scrapbook kept by a Hasty Pudding Club member in the Harvard Class of 1863.

(MASSACHUSETTS.) Scrapbook kept by a Hasty Pudding Club member in the Harvard Class of 1863. Approximately 180 items (18 manuscripts, 117 pieces of printed ephemera, 45 clippings) mounted on or laid into 64 scrapbook leaves. 4to, ½ calf, worn with failed tape repair, needs binding; minor wear to contents. Cambridge, MA, 1859-1908

Lot: 207 - (MEXICAN WAR.) Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna. The President of the Mexican Republic to the Troops Engaged in the Army of the

(MEXICAN WAR.) Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna. The President of the Mexican Republic to the Troops Engaged in the Army of the United States of America. Letterpress handbill, 9½ x 6¼ inches; horizontal fold, minor wear and toning. "General Quarters in the Peñon," 15 August 1847

Lot: 208 - (MEXICAN WAR.) An Easy Guide to the Spanish Language or, English and Spanish Conductor . . . for the Use of the American Army

(MEXICAN WAR.) An Easy Guide to the Spanish Language or, English and Spanish Conductor . . . for the Use of the American Army and Travellers in this Country, by an American. Folding map. 141, [3] pages. 16mo, disbound; worming, minor foxing. Mexico, 1847

Lot: 209 - (MEXICAN WAR.) Annual Pictorial Herald: The Illustrated History of the Mexican War.

(MEXICAN WAR.) Annual Pictorial Herald: The Illustrated History of the Mexican War. 36 engraved cuts. 8 pages, 23 x 16¼ inches, on 2 folding leaves; worn with moderate toning. New York, 1 January 1848

Lot: 210 - (MEXICAN WAR.) Treaty of peace, friendship, boundaries, and definitive settlement between the United States of America

(MEXICAN WAR.) Treaty of peace, friendship, boundaries, and definitive settlement between the United States of America and the Mexican Republic / Tratado de paz, amistad, limites y arreglo definitivo entre la República Mexicana y los Estados-Unidos de America. 55 pages. 8vo, original printed wrappers, rear wrapper detached; minor foxing and wear. Mexico: Ignacio Cumplido, 1848

Lot: 211 - (MILITARY.) Frederick Wilhelm von Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the United States

(MILITARY.) Frederick Wilhelm von Steuben. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the United States (pair of editions). Various places, 1802 and 1807

Lot: 212 - (MILITARY.) Louis de Tousard. American Artillerist's Companion, or Elements of Artillery.

(MILITARY.) Louis de Tousard. American Artillerist's Companion, or Elements of Artillery. 60 (of 67) plates. 3 volumes. xxviii, lxxv, 546; xix, 670 (plus folding table); 13 pages. 8vo and 4to, matched modern ¼ calf over marbled boards; lacking frontispieces to both text volumes, with 5 plates in atlas present in facsimile, lacking 6-page subscriber list at end of Volume II, early owner's signatures excised from heads of both title pages, inked library number at base of both second leaves, some foxing and wear to plates, minor foxing and toning to text; additional leaf of manuscript notes tipped in at rear of Volume II; atlas with pencil inscription to flyleaf: "Donor, A.L. Babcock." Philadelphia: C. and A. Conrad, 1809

Lot: 213 - (MILITARY.) Robert M. Danford. Diaries kept as a West Point cadet, and other papers through his retirement as a general.

(MILITARY.) Robert M. Danford. Diaries kept as a West Point cadet, and other papers through his retirement as a general. Several hundred items (0.7 linear feet) in two boxes; condition generally strong. Various places, 1900-1945

Lot: 214 - (MILITARY.) Photograph album of Operation Greenhouse in the Marshall Islands, which tested the first hydrogen bombs.

(MILITARY.) Photograph album of Operation Greenhouse in the Marshall Islands, which tested the first hydrogen bombs. 90 photographs (each about 8½ x 6½ inches or smaller, 6 of them in color) mounted on 35 album leaves, plus detached printed title page reading "Official Use Only, Photo Album, Operation Greenhouse." 4to, 14 x 12 inches, original cloth ring binder embossed "Operation Greenhouse" with officer's name; intermittent minor foxing, 2 photos partly detached, last photo discolored. Hollywood, CA: United States Air Force Lookout Mt. Laboratory, [1951]

Lot: 215 - (MISSISSIPPI RIVER.) Album of the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927.

(MISSISSIPPI RIVER.) Album of the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927. 52 photographs, each about 3 x 5 inches, laid down on heavy sheets and bound into a post binder, 11½ x 9½ inches, with period "1927" sticker on front; moderate staining to binder, minor wear and foxing to contents. Mississippi and Louisiana, 1927

Lot: 216 - (MORMONS.) The Book of Mormon: An Account Written by the Hand of Mormon, upon Plates Taken from the Plates of Nephi.

FIRST EDITION (MORMONS.) The Book of Mormon: An Account Written by the Hand of Mormon, upon Plates Taken from the Plates of Nephi. 588, [2] pages. 8vo, publisher's calf, backstrip blind-tooled in seven double bands, original black leather spine label blind-stamped "Book of Mormon," moderate wear to backstrip; minor foxing to contents; six signatures of early owner on pastedowns, title page and second leaf. In modern custom ¼ morocco slipcase. Palmyra, NY: E.B. Grandin, 1830

Lot: 217 - (MORMONS.) Trozos Selectos del Libro de Mormon.

(MORMONS.) Trozos Selectos del Libro de Mormon. 96 pages. 12mo, original printed wrappers, moderate wear to backstrip, minor dampstaining to rear wrapper; minimal wear to contents. Salt Lake City, UT: Deseret News, 1875

Lot: 218 - (MUSIC.) John Stickney. Gentleman and Lady’s Musical Companion.

(MUSIC.) John Stickney. Gentleman and Lady's Musical Companion. [8], 212 pages. Oblong 8vo, contemporary calf, moderate wear; lacking free endpapers, incorrect 1770 date inked on title page in later hand, lacking pages 97-100, moderate finger-soiling; early owner's inscriptions on pastedowns. Newburyport, MA: Daniel Bayley, circa 1780

Lot: 219 - (MUSIC.) First two pieces of secular music published in America, by Alexander Reinagle and William Brown.

(MUSIC.) First two pieces of secular music published in America, by Alexander Reinagle and William Brown. Each 12¾ x 8½ inches, on disbound separated sheets, with title pages engraved by John Aitkin; minor wear. Philadelphia, [1787]

Lot: 220 - (NATURAL HISTORY.) A family archive containing Audubon photographs and letters.

(NATURAL HISTORY.) A family archive containing Audubon photographs and letters. Approximately 110 items (0.4 linear feet); condition varies but generally strong. Various places, 1814-1947

Lot: 221 - (NAVY.) Quarter bill for the U.S.S. Levant in the West Indies.

(NAVY.) Quarter bill for the U.S.S. Levant in the West Indies. 36 manuscript pages. 18mo, stitched; moderate dampstaining, minor wear. No place, circa 1838-42

Lot: 222 - (NAVY.) Maxwell Woodhull. Diary of a midshipman in the Mediterranean Squadron, with a tintype portrait.

(NAVY.) Maxwell Woodhull. Diary of a midshipman in the Mediterranean Squadron, with a tintype portrait. [149] manuscript diary pages. 4to, original ½ calf over marbled boards, worn, front board detached; lacking numerous diary leaves in at least 5 sections spanning about 6 months, 4 early leaves covered in later newspaper clippings, several leaves detached; tintype photograph of a naval officer and unrelated partial letter in Swedish laid in. Various places, 1 January 1834 to 25 October 1836

Lot: 223 - (NAVY.) Designs for the 1926 restoration of the USS Constitution.

(NAVY.) Designs for the 1926 restoration of the USS Constitution. 5 blueline prints, 30 inches high and between 52 to 87 inches wide; two with moderate dampstaining and wear, the other 3 with minimal wear. Boston, 1925-1926

Lot: 224 - (NEW YORK.) Pair of labor account books from the early expansion of the Erie Canal.

(NEW YORK.) Pair of labor account books from the early expansion of the Erie Canal. [86], [47] manuscript pages. Folio, unmatched ½ or ¼ calf over marbled boards, worn and dampstained. [Cohoes, NY], 1837-1842

Lot: 225 - (NEW YORK.) Photograph album of the New York State Senate on the eve of the Civil War.

(NEW YORK.) Photograph album of the New York State Senate on the eve of the Civil War. 35 salt print photographs, each about 5 x 4 inches oval, laid down on original plain mounts, almost all with autograph signature of sitter below. 4to, decorative gilt morocco, moderate wear, with name of Senator Volney Richmond of Rensselaer County embossed on front board; front hinge split; binder's tag on front pastedown. [Albany, NY], [1860]

Lot: 226 - (NEW YORK.) Descriptive Catalogue of Stereoscopic Views Photographed and Published by W.G. Smith, Cooperstown.

(NEW YORK.) Descriptive Catalogue of Stereoscopic Views Photographed and Published by W.G. Smith, Cooperstown. Engraved advertising plate of the Hotel Fenimore. 26, [5] pages. 16mo, 4¼ x 3 inches, original illustrated wrappers, moderate wear with a tape repair; minimal wear to contents. Cooperstown, NY: Republican and Democrat, circa 1871-1877

Lot: 227 - (NEW YORK.) Francis Parkman. Letter on the Iroquois and the early history of Schenectady.

(NEW YORK.) Francis Parkman. Letter on the Iroquois and the early history of Schenectady. Autograph Letter Signed as "F. Parkman" to unknown recipient. 3 pages, 6 x 4¼ inches, on one folding sheet; mailing fold, minimal wear. Boston, 7 February 1890

Lot: 228 - (NEW YORK.) Leonidas Westervelt. Scrapbook of archaeological expeditions in and around New York.

(NEW YORK.) Leonidas Westervelt. Scrapbook of archaeological expeditions in and around New York. 81 scrapbook leaves, filled with photographs, manuscripts, clippings, pamphlets, and other material. Folio, 13 x 11 inches and 4 inches thick, original cloth-covered boards bound with string, paper title reading in manuscript "Scrapbook of Indian and Revolutionary sites and excavations"; moderate wear, many of the clippings worn or loose. In modern custom cloth folding case. Various places, 1921-34

Lot: 229 - (NEW YORK CITY.) Samuel Miller. A Sermon . . . on Account of the Removal of a Malignant and Mortal Disease which had Prevailed

(NEW YORK CITY.) Samuel Miller. A Sermon . . . on Account of the Removal of a Malignant and Mortal Disease which had Prevailed in the City. 36 pages. 8vo, disbound; light toning. New York: George Forman, 1799

Lot: 230 - (NEW YORK CITY.) George Roberts, editor. The Constellation. Illuminated Quadruple Sheet.

(NEW YORK CITY.) George Roberts, editor. The Constellation. Illuminated Quadruple Sheet. Numerous woodcut illustrations. 8 pages (50 x 35 inches), uncut on one 100 x 70-inch sheet; minor soiling on front panels, slight separations at folds and some short tears, some edge wear, but generally stable and attractive. New York, 4 July 1859

Lot: 231 - (NEW YORK CITY.) Carte de visite of the Five Points House of Industry.

(NEW YORK CITY.) Carte de visite of the Five Points House of Industry. Albumen photograph, 2 x 3 inches, on photographer's mount with backmark; minimal wear, inscribed "Our chapel" on mount recto and "Our home and work" on verso. New York: E. & H.T. Anthony, circa 1860s

Lot: 232 - (NEW YORK CITY.) Photo album kept by a young teacher at New York's Labor Temple.

(NEW YORK CITY.) Photo album kept by a young teacher at New York's Labor Temple. 62 photographs, about 4 x 5 inches and smaller, plus 3 postcards, mostly inserted into mounting corners on 22 album leaves. Oblong 8vo, original limp gilt "Souvenir of New York" wrappers, bound with cord, minimal wear; almost all photos captioned neatly in manuscript. New York and various places, circa 1950

Lot: 233 - (NEW YORK CITY--BRONX.) Edward Jessup. His last will and testament, bequeathing much of what is now the Bronx to his wife.

(NEW YORK CITY--BRONX.) Edward Jessup. His last will and testament, bequeathing much of what is now the Bronx to his wife. Document Signed by Edward Jessup and three witnesses, with his wax seal. 2 pages, 11¾ x 8 inches, on one folding sheet, docketed on verso "Mr. Edward Jessup's originall will, Aug. 6 1666"; nearly separated at center fold, moderate wear and soiling. Westchester, NY (now in the Bronx), 6 August 1666

Lot: 234 - (NEW YORK CITY--BROOKLYN.) Mammoth photo of "Shaw & Truesdell, Wholesale Dealers in Grain" on the Gowanus Canal.

(NEW YORK CITY--BROOKLYN.) Mammoth photo of "Shaw & Truesdell, Wholesale Dealers in Grain" on the Gowanus Canal. Albumen photograph, 15 x 19 inches, on printed mount of photographer George P. Hall; photograph clean and crisp, minor dampstaining to mount edges. Brooklyn, NY, circa 1883-1890

Lot: 235 - [WILLIAM PENN.] The Sandy Foundation Shaken: or, Those So Generally Believed and Applauded Doctrines . . . Refuted.

[WILLIAM PENN.] The Sandy Foundation Shaken: or, Those So Generally Believed and Applauded Doctrines . . . Refuted. 36 pages. 4to, disbound; a few early marginal notes, moderate worming slightly affecting text, with tape repairs on first 8 leaves. In modern ¼ calf case. London: [John Darby], 1668

Lot: 236 - (PENNSYLVANIA.) Itemized account for more than 2000 furs and skins sold by colonial frontier traders to Philadelphia merchants.

(PENNSYLVANIA.) Itemized account for more than 2000 furs and skins sold by colonial frontier traders to Philadelphia merchants. Document signed by Joseph Harrison Jr. as agent for Logan & Shippen. One page, 12 x 14½ inches; folds, small cello tape stains in margins, moderate dampstaining, laid down and stabilized on modern board. No place, 6 September 1732

Lot: 237 - (PENNSYLVANIA.) Elaborate membership certificate in the Federal-era True Republican Society of Philadelphia.

(PENNSYLVANIA.) Elaborate membership certificate in the Federal-era True Republican Society of Philadelphia. Engraved certificate, 22 x 16½ inches, inscribed for member John Keep and signed by officers John Carter and John Johnson, with wax and textile seal affixed; minor edge wear, tastefully conserved and backed. Philadelphia, 7 January 1797

Lot: 238 - (PENNSYLVANIA.) The Two Trials of John Fries on an Indictment for Treason.

(PENNSYLVANIA.) The Two Trials of John Fries on an Indictment for Treason. 4, 226, 51 pages. 8vo, contemporary calf, worn, lacking backstrip; title page trimmed in top margin, foxing, minor dampstaining; early owners' inscriptions and later bookplate on front pastedown, additional early signature on page 50. Philadelphia, 1800

Lot: 239 - (PENNSYLVANIA.) Max and Albert Rosenthal. Portrait of Founding Father Elias Boudinot.

(PENNSYLVANIA.) Max and Albert Rosenthal. Portrait of Founding Father Elias Boudinot. Ink and gouache, 5 inches on a 14½ x 8¾-inch sheet of Whatman paper, signed by the artists; light mat toning, early owner's label on verso. No place, circa early 1900s.

Lot: 240 - (PRESIDENTS--1796.) George Washington. A Collection of Speeches of the President of the United States.

(PRESIDENTS--1796.) George Washington. A Collection of Speeches of the President of the United States. 282, [1] pages. 12mo, contemporary tree calf, front joint split, otherwise minor wear; intermittent foxing; later pencil signature on front pastedown. Boston: Manning & Loring, July 1796

Lot: 241 - (PRESIDENTS--1807.) [Thomas Jefferson.] Message from the President . . . on the State of the Union.

(PRESIDENTS--1807.) [Thomas Jefferson.] Message from the President . . . on the State of the Union. 16 pages. 8vo, disbound; moderate foxing and minor wear. Washington, 1807

Lot: 242 - (PRESIDENTS--1837.) "Farewell Address of General Andrew Jackson to the People of the United States," printed on silk.

(PRESIDENTS--1837.) "Farewell Address of General Andrew Jackson to the People of the United States," printed on silk. Broadside on silk, 22½ x 17½ inches; small areas of loss, skillfully conserved and backed. Philadelphia: P. Augustus sage, circa 1837

Lot: 243 - (PRESIDENTS.) Group of lithographed portraits of American presidents.

(PRESIDENTS.) Group of lithographed portraits of American presidents. 3 items, various sizes and conditions as noted. Various places, 1839-1847

Lot: 244 - (PRESIDENTS--1876 CAMPAIGN.) Full-page illustrated celebration of Tilden's victory,

(PRESIDENTS--1876 CAMPAIGN.) Full-page illustrated celebration of Tilden's victory, on page 2 of the newspaper "The Spirit of Jefferson." 4 pages, 25 x 19½ inches, on one folding sheet; minor wear, reinforced with tape on fore margin. Charlestown, WV, 14 November 1876

Lot: 245 - (PRESIDENTS.) Pair of newspapers with satirical full-page illustrations on the 1876 and 1884 elections.

(PRESIDENTS.) Pair of newspapers with satirical full-page illustrations on the 1876 and 1884 elections. Folio newspapers, minor wear. Various places, 1877 and 1884

Lot: 246 - (PRESIDENTS.) Karl Gerhardt. Memorial bust of Ulysses S. Grant in military uniform.

(PRESIDENTS.) Karl Gerhardt. Memorial bust of Ulysses S. Grant in military uniform. Bronze, 8½ x 7½ x 4½ inches, signed and dated in the mold, with stamped number 2 (of 100); minimal wear. [Hartford, CT], 1885

Lot: 247 - (PRESIDENTS--1884 CAMPAIGN.) Report by a Republican organizer on what is needed for a fair election in South Carolina in 1884.

(PRESIDENTS--1884 CAMPAIGN.) Report by a Republican organizer on what is needed for a fair election in South Carolina in 1884. Autograph Document Signed by J. Hendrix McLane. 5 pages on 5 sheets, 6¾ x 4½ inches; mailing folds, minimal wear. South Carolina, [1884]

Lot: 248 - (PRESIDENTS--1884 CAMPAIGN.) Report from a North Carolina organizer for the 1884 Blaine/Logan campaign.

(PRESIDENTS--1884 CAMPAIGN.) Report from a North Carolina organizer for the 1884 Blaine/Logan campaign. Manuscript document, 5 pages on 5 sheets, 12½ x 8 inches, unsigned; mailing folds, minimal wear. North Carolina, circa May 1884

Lot: 249 - (PRESIDENTS.) Theodore Roosevelt. Hunting Trips of a Ranchman.

(PRESIDENTS.) Theodore Roosevelt. Hunting Trips of a Ranchman. 4 India-proof etchings by R. Swain Gifford, 7 Japan-proof engravings after J.C. Beard, 20 plates. xvi, 318 pages. 4to, publisher's gilt pictorial cloth, backstrip chipped, crude tape repair; front hinge split, otherwise minimal wear to contents; uncut. #197 of 500 large-paper copies in the Medora Edition; early owner's bookplate on front pastedown, with his signature and a later corporate library circulation pocket on front free endpaper, and the company's 1966 inked stamp on title page. New York, 1885

Lot: 250 - (PRESIDENTS--1963.) Investigation of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

(PRESIDENTS--1963.) Investigation of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy. 12 volumes, plus the related volume "Report of the Select Committee on Assassinations . . . Findings and Recommendations." 8vo, original printed wrappers, minimal wear. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1978-1979

Lot: 251 - (PRESIDENTS.) Archive of slides taken by a White House press corps photographer from the Kennedy through Carter administrations.

(PRESIDENTS.) Archive of slides taken by a White House press corps photographer from the Kennedy through Carter administrations. Approximately 1100 color slides housed in 13 carousels, generally uncaptioned but most with date stamps; condition generally strong. Various places, 1963-1977

Lot: 252 - (PRESIDENTS--1968 CAMPAIGN.) Why Kennedy? His Experience and His Record.

(PRESIDENTS--1968 CAMPAIGN.) Why Kennedy? His Experience and His Record. [1], 23 mimeograph pages. 4to, 10¾ x 8¼ inches, self-wrappers; minimal wear and soiling. [El Segundo, CA: Los Angeles Lithograph Co.], [Spring 1968]

Lot: 253 - (PRESIDENTS.) Group of 4 massive albums of Ronald Reagan clippings and memorabilia.

(PRESIDENTS.) Group of 4 massive albums of Ronald Reagan clippings and memorabilia. Approximately 290 photographs, thousands of newspaper and magazine clippings, and one manuscript mounted on approximately 600 leaves. 4 volumes. Modern cloth post binders, 13 x 16 inches, minor wear, a few posts lacking; minimal wear to contents. Various places, 1937-1982

Lot: 254 - (RADICALISM.) Broadside extra on the murder acquittal of Wobblies leader Big Bill Haywood,

(RADICALISM.) Broadside extra on the murder acquittal of Wobblies leader Big Bill Haywood, plus the later full account of the trial, in the Burlington Republican. Broadside: 17¾ x 12 inches; light folds, loss to upper left corner. Newspaper: 8 pages, 23 x 17 inches, on 2 folding sheets; punch holes in margins, folds, minor wear; uncut. Burlington, CO, 29 July and 2 August 1907

Lot: 255 - (RADICALISM.) Group of Sacco and Vanzetti press photographs.

(RADICALISM.) Group of Sacco and Vanzetti press photographs. 20 photographs including 2 duplicates, 8 x 10 inches or smaller, with inked stamps of the Brown Brothers photo agency on verso, most with manuscript or typed captions on verso; minor wear and minimal dampstaining, apparently a mix of contemporary and early copy prints. Massachusetts and New York, 1921-1927 images

Lot: 256 - (RADICALISM.) Collection of ephemera from the Attica Brigade, an "Anti-Imperialist Student Organization."

(RADICALISM.) Collection of ephemera from the Attica Brigade, an "Anti-Imperialist Student Organization." 16 items in one sleeve; various sizes, generally minimal wear. Various places, 1972-1975 and undated

Lot: 257 - (RAILROAD.) Pair of transcontinental railroad passes from the year of the Golden Spike, signed by C.P. Huntington and Oliver Ames.

(RAILROAD.) Pair of transcontinental railroad passes from the year of the Golden Spike, signed by C.P. Huntington and Oliver Ames. Each about 2 x 3½ inches, made out to Thomas Boles; mount remnants on verso and minimal wear. No place, 1869

Lot: 258 - (RELIGION.) John Reist. A Collection of Hymns, Designed for the Use of the Church of Christ.

(RELIGION.) John Reist. A Collection of Hymns, Designed for the Use of the Church of Christ. 224 pages. 16mo, contemporary calf, minor wear; foxing; early owner's pencil inscription on from pastedown. Buffalo, NY: A.W. Wilgus, 1847

Lot: 259 - (RHODE ISLAND.) Group of tickets from early Rhode Island lotteries.

(RHODE ISLAND.) Group of tickets from early Rhode Island lotteries. 27 items, condition varies but generally strong. Various places, 1761-1889

Lot: 260 - (RHODE ISLAND.) R.B. Taylor and Henry S. Cartee. Convention Quick Step (illustrated Dorr Rebellion sheet music).

(RHODE ISLAND.) R.B. Taylor and Henry S. Cartee. Convention Quick Step (illustrated Dorr Rebellion sheet music). 3 pages including illustrated cover, 13 x 10 1/4 inches, on 2 detached leaves; minor foxing; inscribed in pencil on cover "Julia E. White from Mr. H.S. Cartee" [the author]. Boston: Published for the author by C. Bradlee, 1841

Lot: 261 - (SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING.) Pair of issues of the National Intelligencer with front-page reports on the telegraph.

(SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING.) Pair of issues of the National Intelligencer with front-page reports on the telegraph. Each 4 pages, 23 x 18 inches; disbound, moderate toning to second issue; subscriber's name above mastheads. Washington, 20 April and 9 May 1844

Lot: 262 - (SEMAPHORE.) Charles Parker. The Armed Alphabet.

(SEMAPHORE.) Charles Parker. The Armed Alphabet. Illustrated broadside, 19½ x 14 inches; edge wear, repaired tears, light soiling and dampstaining, tipped to mat board on top edge. New York, 1857

Lot: 263 - (SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) Elizabeth Hyrne. An early South Carolina colonist requests her inheritance so she can buy "six stout Negroe men.

(SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) Elizabeth Hyrne. An early South Carolina colonist requests her inheritance so she can buy "six stout Negroe men." Autograph Letter Signed to brother Burrell Masingberd "at Mr. Christopher Fowler's, merch't," in London, "via Lisbon, Capt. Burnabie." One (of two?) pages, 12 x 7¾ inches, with address panel and docketing on verso; apparently lacking an initial leaf, seal tear affecting text, minor foxing, mailing folds. With full typed transcript. [Charleston, SC], 29 May 1705

Lot: 264 - (SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) "Am I Not a Man and a Brother" wax seal fob.

(SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) "Am I Not a Man and a Brother" wax seal fob. Relief image in red stone (carnelian?), 1 x ¾ inches oval, set into 1¼-inch gilt brass fob; minimal wear. London?, circa 1790s-early 1800s

Lot: 265 - (SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) Warner Mifflin. His abolitionist petition to President Washington and Congress,

(SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) Warner Mifflin. His abolitionist petition to President Washington and Congress, in an issue of the Providence Gazette and Country Journal. 4 pages, 16½ x 10 inches, on one folding sheet; stitch holes, repair along center fold and other minor repairs, minor foxing and wear; inked name of subscriber Richard Steere above masthead. Providence, RI, 22 December 1792

Lot: 266 - (SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) Ledger of debt judgements collected by a Virginia deputy sheriff, transferring dozens of enslaved people.

(SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) Ledger of debt judgements collected by a Virginia deputy sheriff, transferring dozens of enslaved people. [10], 194 double-sided manuscript leaves including index. Quarto, 7½ x 6¼ inches, worn original calf, mostly disbound with crude tape repair to backstrip; lacking at least the first leaf of the index and approximately 5 ledger leaves at end. Powhatan County, VA, December 1823 to February 1826

Lot: 267 - (SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) Diary of a Mississippi cotton planter, including agreements with overseers.

(SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) Diary of a Mississippi cotton planter, including agreements with overseers. [91] manuscript diary pages plus [37] pages of memoranda. Quarto, 7¾ x 6 inches, original ¼-calf, worn; contents also worn, coming disbound, some leaves detached or loose, others stitched in from different volumes, at least one diary leaf lacking. Marshall County, MS, 1851-1862

Lot: 268 - (SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) Narrative of Sojourner Truth, a Northern Slave, Emancipated from Bodily Servitude.

(SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) Narrative of Sojourner Truth, a Northern Slave, Emancipated from Bodily Servitude. Full-page portrait on page [2]. 144 pages. 12mo, publisher's gilt cloth, worn and stained, professionally recased and stabilized; minor wear to contents, foxing, lacking part of front flyleaf, rear free endpaper renewed; early owner's inscription on front flyleaf. Boston: Printed for the author, 1850

Lot: 269 - (SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) Carte-de-visite portrait of Sojourner Truth: "I Sell the Shadow to Support the Substance."

(SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) Carte-de-visite portrait of Sojourner Truth: "I Sell the Shadow to Support the Substance." Albumen photograph, 3½ x 2 inches, on original mount with printed caption, photographer's backmark on verso; minimal wear. Rochester, NY: N.B. Baker, photographer, "1864" [but circa late 1866 or early 1867]

Lot: 270 - (SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) Frederick Douglass. Oration Delivered in Corinthian Hall, Rochester.

(SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) Frederick Douglass. Oration Delivered in Corinthian Hall, Rochester. 39 pages. 8vo, original printed wrappers, dampstaining and moderate wear; dampstaining and minor wear to contents; early owner's gift inscription dated 1858 on title page. Rochester, NY: Lee, Mann & Co., 1852

Lot: 271 - (SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) Frederick Douglass. My Bondage and My Freedom.

(SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) Frederick Douglass. My Bondage and My Freedom. 3 plates including frontispiece portrait. 464 pages, without the usual [4] pages of publisher's ads. 12mo, publisher's cloth, moderate wear; intermittent foxing, pages 179-190 coming detached; faint 1855 inscription on front free endpaper. New York and Auburn, NY, 1855

Lot: 272 - (SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) Julia Griffiths, editor. Autographs for Freedom.

(SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) Julia Griffiths, editor. Autographs for Freedom. 12 portrait plates including William Wells Brown and Frederick Douglass. 309 pages, plus [5] ad leaves. Large 12mo, publisher's gilt cloth pictorial, minimal wear; minor foxing, leaf 269-270 worn and detached, lacking the leaf with the full-page wood engraving at page 276. Auburn, NY, 1854

Lot: 273 - (SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) George Kendall Warren, photographer. The classic carte-de-visite portrait of Frederick Douglass.

(SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) George Kendall Warren, photographer. The classic carte-de-visite portrait of Frederick Douglass. Albumen photograph, 3¾ x 2 inches, on original mount with photographer's backmark on mount recto, and small embossed stamp of G.W. Thorne of New York on lower mount recto, inscribed "F Douglas" in pencil on verso in unknown early hand; minimal wear. Boston, circa 1879

Lot: 274 - (SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) James W. Watts, engraver; after Herrick. Reading the Emancipation Proclamation.

(SLAVERY & ABOLITION.) James W. Watts, engraver; after Herrick. Reading the Emancipation Proclamation. Engraving, 18½ x 20¼ inches; vertical folds, conservation including 1-inch area on lower edge restored. [Hartford, CT]: Lucius Stebbins, 1864

Lot: 275 - (SPACE.) Large group of newspapers spanning the history of space exploration.

(SPACE.) Large group of newspapers spanning the history of space exploration. 37 items, various sizes; condition generally strong. Various places, 1946-2003

Lot: 276 - (SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR.) Remember the Maine. The Finest Engravings and Latest War News in the Utica Saturday Globe.

(SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR.) Remember the Maine. The Finest Engravings and Latest War News in the Utica Saturday Globe. Poster, 17 x 22¾ inches, printed in 4 colors; partial separations at folds with tape repairs, one inch of loss in lower margin touching one letter. Utica, NY, circa April 1898

Lot: 277 - (SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR.) Ricardo Ulpiano Colóm. Broadside posted the day after the American occupation of Ponce in Puerto Rico.

(SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR.) Ricardo Ulpiano Colóm. Broadside posted the day after the American occupation of Ponce in Puerto Rico. Letterpress broadside, 8½ x 6¼ inches, signed in type as mayor of Ponce; worn and stained, paste remnants on verso, apparently removed from a wall with slight loss of text to the mayor's name. Ponce: El Vapor, 29 July 1898

Lot: 278 - (SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR.) Theodore W. Noyes. Oriental America and Its Problems, extra-illustrated by the author.

(SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR.) Theodore W. Noyes. Oriental America and Its Problems, extra-illustrated by the author. 205 original photographs, 8 clippings, a manuscript and an original drawing laid down on 110 album leaves with manuscript captions, interleaved with ix, [3], 236 printed pages. Large 8vo, worn; album leaves somewhat warped but otherwise minimal wear to contents. Washington, 1903

Lot: 279 - (SPORTS--BASEBALL.) Group of 8 newspapers from Babe Ruth's time with the Yankees and beyond.

(SPORTS--BASEBALL.) Group of 8 newspapers from Babe Ruth's time with the Yankees and beyond. Various sizes, minimal to minor wear. Various places, 1920-1948

Lot: 280 - (SPORTS--BASEBALL.) Report on Jackie Mitchell's famous exhibition game against the Yankees: "Girl Pitcher Fans Babe!",

(SPORTS--BASEBALL.) Report on Jackie Mitchell's famous exhibition game against the Yankees: "Girl Pitcher Fans Babe!", in the New York Daily News. 72 pages, 15¼ x 11 inches; disbound, toning and minor wear. New York, 3 April 1931

Lot: 281 - (SPORTS--BOXING.) Group of 10 press photos of Muhammad Ali's involvement with the Black Muslims.

(SPORTS--BOXING.) Group of 10 press photos of Muhammad Ali's involvement with the Black Muslims. Each about 8 x 10 inches, most with United Press International inked stamps and other markings on verso, 3 with teletype caption slips; minimal wear. Various places, 1964-1968 and 1975

Lot: 282 - (SPORTS--FOOTBALL.) Illustrated scrapbook of the 1962 Army-Navy game, featuring Roger Staubach.

(SPORTS--FOOTBALL.) Illustrated scrapbook of the 1962 Army-Navy game, featuring Roger Staubach. 7 pages, 19¾ x 14 inches, looped with wire to a larger backing board, 28 x 22 inches, all pages with magic marker illustrations or lettering, and the front page with 4 clippings laid down; scrapbook with moderate wear and dampstaining, backing board with wear and water damage. [Philadelphia], [1 December] 1962

Lot: 283 - (THEATER.) Micah Hawkins. Massa Georgee Washington and General La Fayette.

(THEATER.) Micah Hawkins. Massa Georgee Washington and General La Fayette. 6 printed pages including illustrated title on 4 disbound leaves; final leaf worn with tape repairs not affecting text. New York: E. Riley, 1824

Lot: 284 - (THEATER.) Theatre Royal playbill for "Mr. Rice and his Negro Melodies."

(THEATER.) Theatre Royal playbill for "Mr. Rice and his Negro Melodies." Letterpress broadside, 17 x 9¾ inches; uncut on top and bottom edges, minimal foxing and wear. [London], 13 February 1843

Lot: 285 - (THEATER.) Mathew Brady, photographer. Signed carte-de-visite of renowned actor Edwin Booth, brother of the assassin.

(THEATER.) Mathew Brady, photographer. Signed carte-de-visite of renowned actor Edwin Booth, brother of the assassin. Albumen photograph, 3½ x 2¼ inches, on original mount with photographer's backmark, signed "Edwin Booth" in lower margin; mount remnants on verso, tipped on top edge to modern mat. No place: E. & H.T. Anthony, [1864]

Lot: 286 - (TRAVEL.) Louis Hennepin. A New Discovery of a Vast Country in America.

(TRAVEL.) Louis Hennepin. A New Discovery of a Vast Country in America. 6 plates, engraved additional title page. [22], 299, [33], 178, [2], 303-355 pages. 8vo, contemporary tree calf, minor wear, rebacked; foxing, lacks both maps, minor foxing and dampstaining; early owner's signature on title page. London: M. Bentley, J. Tonson, H. "Bon-wick," et al., 1698

Lot: 287 - (TRAVEL.) [Zadok Cramer.] The Navigator; Containing Directions for Navigating the Monongahela, Alleghany, Ohio, and Mississippi Rivers.

(TRAVEL.) [Zadok Cramer.] The Navigator; Containing Directions for Navigating the Monongahela, Alleghany, Ohio, and Mississippi Rivers. 28 woodcut maps paginated with text. 360 pages. 12mo, contemporary 1/2 calf, worn, crudely rejointed, tight; minor wear to contents; early signatures on page x and rear pastedown. In ¼ calf folding case. Pittsburgh, 1814

Lot: 288 - (VIETNAM WAR.) Poster for a performance by the anti-war F.T.A. Cabaret.

(VIETNAM WAR.) Poster for a performance by the anti-war F.T.A. Cabaret. Poster, 19 x 11 inches, printed in black and orange on heavy stock; tack holes in corners. Monterey, CA, 8 May [1971]

Lot: 289 - (VIETNAM WAR.) Here's My New 8-Point Plan for Peace . . . U.S. Out of Southeast Asia Now!

(VIETNAM WAR.) Here's My New 8-Point Plan for Peace . . . U.S. Out of Southeast Asia Now! Poster, 17 x 11 inches, in red and black; small closed puncture at upper right, ¾-inch hole at lower right, tack holes in corner. [Milwaukee, WI?]: Vietnam Solidarity Committee, circa early 1972

Lot: 290 - (VIRGINIA.) Thomas Hariot. Admiranda narratio fida tamen, de commodis et incolarum ritibus Virginiae

(VIRGINIA.) Thomas Hariot. Admiranda narratio fida tamen, de commodis et incolarum ritibus Virginiae (Part One of DeBry's Great Voyages in Latin). Complete with 64 leaves including 31 illustrations as follows: 34 pages (including engraved title and engraved page 3), [3] preliminary text leaves, plate, folding map [plate I], plates numbered II to XXIII with text (16 of them on one leaf with descriptive text, 2 of them folding with descriptive text, and 4 with separate facing text leaves), [5] additional plates with facing text leaves, [7] pages including colophon. Folio, 13 x 9½ inches, early 20th century ½ green morocco over marbled paper by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, minimal wear; tape remnants on front endpapers, intermittent minor dampstaining and wear, a few leaves mounted on stubs, lacking blank leaf D6. Frankfurt: Theodore De Bry, 1590

Lot: 291 - (VIRGINIA.) John Burk. The History of Virginia, from its First Settlement to the Present Day.

(VIRGINIA.) John Burk. The History of Virginia, from its First Settlement to the Present Day. Folding table. 4 volumes. 8vo, 19th-century ½ cloth, backstrips chipped, needs binding; variable toning and foxing, Volume IV tightly trimmed with two pages slightly cropped, moderate dampstaining in Volume IV; bookplates on front pastedowns, 2 inked library stamps and deaccession note in Volume I. Petersburg, VA, 1804-1816

Lot: 292 - (WAR OF 1812.) Francis Baylies. Drafts of an unpublished history of John E. Wool and the Battle of Queenston Heights--with Wool's note

(WAR OF 1812.) Francis Baylies. Drafts of an unpublished history of John E. Wool and the Battle of Queenston Heights--with Wool's notes. Approximately 240 manuscript pages in various hands including Baylies and Wool; generally minor wear, a few leaves worn. Various places, 1851-1866

Lot: 293 - (WAR OF 1812.) William O. Leveque[?]. Log kept by the master of the HMS Sophie, patrolling off Charleston and in the Chesapeake.

(WAR OF 1812.) William O. Leveque[?]. Log kept by the master of the HMS Sophie, patrolling off Charleston and in the Chesapeake. [76], [72] manuscript pages. Folio, 12 x 7 inches, disbound with all pages excised from their original bindings; loss of a few letters at the inner margins of some pages, penmanship sometimes less than exemplary, minor dampstaining and wear. Various places, 19 March 1813 to 14 March 1814

Lot: 294 - (WAR OF 1812.) Volume of the Columbian Centinel with local reports on the Chesapeake vs. the Shannon.

(WAR OF 1812.) Volume of the Columbian Centinel with local reports on the Chesapeake vs. the Shannon. 104 bi-weekly issues in one volume. Folio, 19¾ x 13¾ inches, contemporary ½ calf over marbled boards, minor wear; moderate wear to contents, a few issues leaves with loss at fore-edge; subscriber name "Columbian Society" or "Columbia Insurance Company" inked above mastheads. Boston, 2 January to 29 December 1813

Lot: 295 - (WEST.) [George A. Custer.] His first four "Nomad" letters, in a bound volume of "Turf, Field, and Farm."

(WEST.) [George A. Custer.] His first four "Nomad" letters, in a bound volume of "Turf, Field, and Farm." Volume V complete with 26 weekly issues. 416 pages. Folio, 18 x 12 inches, contemporary ½ calf over marbled boards, worn, front board detached; intermittent foxing, first leaf detached and worn, two clippings removed (not affecting Nomad). New York: July to December 1867

Lot: 296 - (WEST.) Arthur F. Tait. Portrait of Buffalo Bill Cody.

(WEST.) Arthur F. Tait. Portrait of Buffalo Bill Cody. Charcoal and white pastel on paper, 22½ x 19 inches, signed "A.F. Tait 87" in charcoal, 1-inch closed tear in upper margin. No place, 1881

Lot: 297 - (WEST.) Buffalo Bill’s Wild West: America’s National Entertainment, Led by the Famed Scout and Guide.

(WEST.) Buffalo Bill's Wild West: America's National Entertainment, Led by the Famed Scout and Guide. [32] illustrated pages. 4to, 9¾ x 6¾ inches, original chromolithograph wrappers, minimal wear. Hartford, CT: Calhoun Printing Company, circa 1884

Lot: 298 - (WEST--COLORADO.) Aaron N. Paxson. Letter describing his adventures as a buffalo hunter, with a manuscript "Song of the Buffalo Range."

(WEST--COLORADO.) Aaron N. Paxson. Letter describing his adventures as a buffalo hunter, with a manuscript "Song of the Buffalo Range." Autograph Letter Signed to sister. 2 pages, 12½ x 7½ inches, on one folding sheet; full separation at fold. With accompanying poem in his hand, 4 pages, 9½ x 7½ inches, on one folding sheet; with envelope bearing a Julesburg postmark of a different date with pre-printed postage addressed to N. Paxson of Solon, IA (Aaron's father Nelson). With typed transcripts. Near Julesburg, CO, 13 November 1874

Lot: 299 - (WEST--DAKOTA TERRITORY.) F. Jay Haynes, photographer. Stereoview of downtown Deadwood.

(WEST--DAKOTA TERRITORY.) F. Jay Haynes, photographer. Stereoview of downtown Deadwood. Pair of albumen photographs, 3¾ x 2¾ inches, on original photographer's "Northern Pacific Views" mount, 3¾ x 7 inches; minimal wear. Deadwood, SD, [1877]

Lot: 300 - (WEST--DAKOTA TERRITORY.) Stockholder list for a placer mine; with a group of documents from Black Hills mining claims, and more.

(WEST--DAKOTA TERRITORY.) Stockholder list for a placer mine; with a group of documents from Black Hills mining claims, and more. 9 items, each about legal size or larger; stockholder list with curling from old folds, otherwise minimal wear. Pennington County, SD, 1877-1887

Lot: 301 - (WEST--IOWA.) John D. Parmelee. Letter describing life on the early Iowa frontier, and plans for the founding of Des Moines.

(WEST--IOWA.) John D. Parmelee. Letter describing life on the early Iowa frontier, and plans for the founding of Des Moines. Autograph Letter Signed to sister Ann Parmelee Ranslow of Georgia, VT. 4 pages, 9¾ x 7¾ inches, on one folding sheet, with address panel with manuscript "25" marking on final page; minor wear at folds, seal tear; presentation note from the next generation below address panel. With typed transcript, and 1959 provenance note. River Des Moines, 27 March 1843

Lot: 302 - (WEST--KANSAS.) Charles T. Smith, photographer. Carte-de-visite of legendary interpreter and scout William Comstock.

(WEST--KANSAS.) Charles T. Smith, photographer. Carte-de-visite of legendary interpreter and scout William Comstock. Albumen photograph, 2 x 1½ inches oval, on original photographer's mount with gilt border, inscribed on border "Wm Comstock, killed by Indians Aug 16 1868"; minimal wear. [Topeka, KS], circa 1868

Lot: 303 - (WEST--KANSAS.) In-state report on the demise of the Dalton Gang, in an issue of the Concordia Empire.

(WEST--KANSAS.) In-state report on the demise of the Dalton Gang, in an issue of the Concordia Empire. 4 pages, 25¼ x 19¾ inches, on one folding sheet; disbound, light toning and minimal wear. Concordia, KS, 13 October 1892

Lot: 304 - (WEST--NEBRASKA.) Louis Friesleben, photographer. Reformed horse thief Doc Middleton at the end of "America's Longest Horse Race."

(WEST--NEBRASKA.) Louis Friesleben, photographer. Reformed horse thief Doc Middleton at the end of "America's Longest Horse Race." Photograph, 4 x 5½ inches, with photographer's inked stamp on verso, captioned in ink on verso "Doc. Middleton at the finish of his 1000 mile race from Chadron, Nebr. to Chicago. Billy the Bear"; minimal wear. Chicago, 1893

Lot: 305 - (WEST--NEW MEXICO.) Las Manantiales Calientes de Las Vegas.

(WEST--NEW MEXICO.) Las Manantiales Calientes de Las Vegas. Folding plan tipped to final blank; full-page engraving on page [2]. 14 pages. 8vo, original printed wrappers, worn, detached from text block; minor wear to contents. Springfield, OH, 1883

Lot: 306 - (WEST--TEXAS.) Agustín Viesca. A broadside decree sent on the eve of revolution to Béxar, signed by Navarro, and forwarded to Goliad.

(WEST--TEXAS.) Agustín Viesca. A broadside decree sent on the eve of revolution to Béxar, signed by Navarro, and forwarded to Goliad. Letterpress broadside, 12¾ x 9 inches, signed in type by Viesca as governor, and in manuscript by Angel Navarro; ink burn to signature, wear and tape repairs to left edge; modern bookplate on verso. Monclova, Coahuila, 7 May 1835

Lot: 307 - (WEST--TEXAS.) José María de Tornel y Mendívil. Manifestacion del C. José María Tornel.

(WEST--TEXAS.) José María de Tornel y Mendívil. Manifestacion del C. José María Tornel. 74 pages. 4to, disbound, lacking wrappers; moderate foxing. Mexico, [1833]

Lot: 308 - (WEST--TEXAS.) José Justo Corro. Mexican decree pledging to free Santa Anna, but disavowing any promises made by him while a prisoner.

(WEST--TEXAS.) José Justo Corro. Mexican decree pledging to free Santa Anna, but disavowing any promises made by him while a prisoner. Letterpress broadside, 12¼ x 8½ inches, signed in type by Corro as president, Valentín Canalizo as governor of the State of Mexico, and by Joaquin Noriega as secretary; horizontal fold, stitch holes, slight wear and mount remnants at all four corners; modern private library bookplate on verso. Toluca, 31 May 1836

Lot: 309 - (WEST--TEXAS.) David B. Edward. The History of Texas; or, The Emigrant's, Farmer's, and Politician's Guide.

(WEST--TEXAS.) David B. Edward. The History of Texas; or, The Emigrant's, Farmer's, and Politician's Guide. Hand-colored folding map. 336, [2] pages including publisher's ad leaf. 12mo, publisher's cloth with most of original printed spine label, light tape stain on spine; minor foxing; early owner's signature on title page. Cincinnati, OH, 1836

Lot: 310 - (WEST--TEXAS.) [Manuel Eduardo de Gorostiza.] Correspondencia que ha mediado entre la legacion extraordinaria de Mexico.

(WEST--TEXAS.) [Manuel Eduardo de Gorostiza.] Correspondencia que ha mediado entre la legacion extraordinaria de Mexico. xxix, 122 pp. Small 8vo, original wrappers, minor wear; moderate foxing, ink marks in margin of two pages. Mexico, 1837

Lot: 311 - (WEST--TEXAS.) Group of Mexican newspapers discussing Texas during the era of the Republic.

(WEST--TEXAS.) Group of Mexican newspapers discussing Texas during the era of the Republic. 8 items, each 4 pages, various sizes; generally minor to moderate wear, some key passages marked in colored pencil. Mexico, 1836-1845

Lot: 312 - (WEST--TEXAS.) Group of photographs from the Texas Prison Rodeo.

(WEST--TEXAS.) Group of photographs from the Texas Prison Rodeo. 14 photographs, 8 x 10 inches and smaller, with several captioned in manuscript, including identification of some participants; minimal to moderate wear and toning. [Huntsville, TX], 1974-1981 and undated

Lot: 313 - (WORLD WAR ONE.) Letters and diary of a young salesman who spent 18 months in Europe at the outset of the war.

(WORLD WAR ONE.) Letters and diary of a young salesman who spent 18 months in Europe at the outset of the war. 55 items (0.4 linear feet); minor wear. Various places, 1914-1917

Lot: 314 - (WORLD WAR ONE.) War-date letters from General Pershing and others, addressed to a noted portrait artist.

(WORLD WAR ONE.) War-date letters from General Pershing and others, addressed to a noted portrait artist. 7 letters (6 Letters Signed and one Autograph Letter Signed) addressed to Leo Mielziner by John J. Pershing, Lewis Strauss, and Jean Jules Jusserand, all but the Pershing accompanied by the original mailing envelopes; mailing folds, minimal wear. Various places, 1917-1918 and 1924

Lot: 315 - (WORLD WAR TWO.) A soldier's letters, one describing French Jews celebrating the New Year with Jewish G.I.s.

(WORLD WAR TWO.) A soldier's letters, one describing French Jews celebrating the New Year with Jewish G.I.s. 26 Autograph Letters Signed to his parents, including several V-Mail, plus fragments; generally minor wear. Various places, 1942-1944

Lot: 316 - (WORLD WAR TWO.) Album of official photographs from Allied wartime conferences showing Roosevelt, Churchill, Stalin and more.

(WORLD WAR TWO.) Album of official photographs from Allied wartime conferences showing Roosevelt, Churchill, Stalin and more. 42 photographs mounted on stubs or laid down on silked paper, plus 9 additional photographs laid in (apparently removed from stubs), each 8 x 10 inches. In a period post binder, 9½ x 12 inches; minimal wear; each with United States Army Signal Corps logo in negative, most with their inked stamp on verso, many with pencil codes on verso. Various places, circa 1943-1945

Lot: 317 - (WORLD WAR TWO.) Photographs from the Pacific Theatre and other papers of a naval Lieutenant Commander.

(WORLD WAR TWO.) Photographs from the Pacific Theatre and other papers of a naval Lieutenant Commander. 42 items sleeved in one binder; condition generally strong. Various places, 1943-1946

Lot: 318 - (WORLD WAR TWO.) First volume of the Continental Edition of "The Stars and Stripes," established soon after D-Day.

(WORLD WAR TWO.) First volume of the Continental Edition of "The Stars and Stripes," established soon after D-Day. 53 issues, each 2 or 4 pages, in one volume. Folio, 16½ x 11 inches, early ½ cloth over marbled boards, minor wear; one issue mounted on a stub, otherwise minimal wear to contents; uncut. "Somewhere in France," 4 July to 2 September 1944

Lot: 319 - (WORLD WAR TWO.) Photo album, and letters of Lt. Gilda DeCapita, an Army nurse.

(WORLD WAR TWO.) Photo album, and letters of Lt. Gilda DeCapita, an Army nurse. 38 items: one scrapbook, 30 Autograph Letters Signed to sister Clara and other family members (3 of them V-Mails, a couple incomplete), and 7 pieces of ephemera. Various places, 1942-1945

Lot: 320 - (BERMUDA.) Christopher Morley. Autograph Manuscript Signed for his "Notes on Bermuda.”

(BERMUDA.) Christopher Morley. Autograph Manuscript Signed for his "Notes on Bermuda." 9, 11, 3 unbound manuscript pages in three parts, 11 x 8½ inches, each inlaid to a larger sheet; extensive holograph revisions and printers' directions, horizontal fold, minor wear including small punch hole in upper corner of each leaf; signed by Morley 5 times (at the beginning and end of the first part, the end of parts 2 and 3, and once on a presentation inscription at the top of the first page). In a custom ¼ morocco folding case, top half detached, with bookplate of Herman Abromson. [New York], circa 1930

Lot: 321 - (CUBA.) Panoramic photo of the American naval base at Guantanamo Bay.

(CUBA.) Panoramic photo of the American naval base at Guantanamo Bay. Silver print, 10 x 59¾ inches, captioned in the negative "Atlantic Fleet & Deerpoint Camp"; light vertical folds, 4-inch closed tear off left edge, moderate soiling and a 4-inch stain near left edge, other minor wear, laid down and stabilized on foam board. Havana: Harris Bros., January 1912

Lot: 322 - (CUBA.) Poster for the Cuban baseball film "Honor y Gloria."

(CUBA.) Poster for the Cuban baseball film "Honor y Gloria." Color poster, 36¼ x 26¼ inches; minimal wear, mounted on linen. [Cuba?], [1952]

Lot: 323 - (CUBAN IMPRINT.) Jaime Badía. Cartas sobre los bancos de los Estados-Unidos.

(CUBAN IMPRINT.) Jaime Badía. Cartas sobre los bancos de los Estados-Unidos. [2], 117, [4] pages. Small 8vo, original plain wrappers, moderate wear and staining; minimal wear to contents; early owner's inscription on front wrapper. Matanzas, 1840

Lot: 324 - (GUATEMALA.) Antonio del Río. Description of the Ruins of an Ancient City, Discovered near Palenque, in the Kingdom of Guatemala.

(GUATEMALA.) Antonio del Río. Description of the Ruins of an Ancient City, Discovered near Palenque, in the Kingdom of Guatemala. 17 plates. xiii, 128 pages. 4to, original cloth-backed boards, lacking backstrip; moderate foxing; uncut. London, 1822

Lot: 325 - (GUATEMALA.) Photo album from an American-run coffee plantation in Guatemala.

(GUATEMALA.) Photo album from an American-run coffee plantation in Guatemala. 24 photographs corner-mounted on 12 album leaves with a 1956 cover letter. 4to plain spiral-bound binder, 10½ x 8¼ inches, lacking backstrip, tape remnants on front; minor wear and a few cello tape stains to contents. An additional 1936 letter and 21 1890s cyanotype photographs are laid in. Guatemala, 1890-1956

Lot: 326 - (LATIN AMERICA.) Constitucion politica de la monarquia española, promulgada en Cadiz.

(LATIN AMERICA.) Constitucion politica de la monarquia española, promulgada en Cadiz. [2], 134 pages. 8vo, later library cloth, rear board coming detached; some underlining in pencil, minor wear and toning to last few pages; early owner's signature and 1836 library inscription on title page, modern private library bookplate on front pastedown. Cadiz, Spain [1812]

Lot: 327 - (LATIN AMERICA.) [Vicente Rocafuerte.] Ideas necesarias a todo pueblo americano independiente, que quiera ser libre.

(LATIN AMERICA.) [Vicente Rocafuerte.] Ideas necesarias a todo pueblo americano independiente, que quiera ser libre. 227 pages. Small 8vo, contemporary patterned wrappers, minor wear; minimal wear to contents. Philadelphia, 1823

Lot: 328 - (MEXICAN COOKERY.) Manuscript cookbook titled "Libro de cocina."

(MEXICAN COOKERY.) Manuscript cookbook titled "Libro de cocina." [41] manuscript pages. 8vo, 9 x 6½ inches, on unbound folding sheets, outer title sheet with ink burns and wear but conserved and stabilized; minimal wear to contents. No place, circa 1840s-1870s?

Lot: 329 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1555.) Molina, Alonso de. Aquí comiença un vocabulario en la lengua Castellana y Mexicana.

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1555.) Molina, Alonso de. Aquí comiença un vocabulario en la lengua Castellana y Mexicana. [6 of 8], 259, [1] leaves. 4to, early vellum, minor wear; remnants of early printed music waste sheets as pastedowns, lacking free endpapers, lacking title page, lacking illustrated 8th preliminary leaf, intermittent dampstaining, minor worming, heavier to last few leaves; inked monogram stamp and inked "Provinciae Mechoacanensis / [???]guensis S. Nicol. de Tol" stamp on first leaf, from the Augustinian province of San Nicolás de Tolentino de Michoacán. Mexico: Juan Pablos, 1555

Lot: 330 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1600.) Dionisio de Ribera Florez. Relacion historiada de las exequias funerales de la magestad del Rey D. Philippo II

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1600.) Dionisio de Ribera Florez. Relacion historiada de las exequias funerales de la magestad del Rey D. Philippo II. Armorial woodcut on verso of title page. [16 of 18], 187, [6] leaves including a blank. 8vo, later full morocco gilt, front joint rubbed, otherwise minimal wear; lacking two errata leaves, minimal wear; all edges gilt; hint of a red inked stamp on final leaf, no other provenance markings. Mexico: Pedro Balli, 1600

Lot: 331 - (MEXICAN IMPRINTS--1604.) 18 editions of Acta Capituli Provincialis, the guide to Dominican establishments in Mexico.

(MEXICAN IMPRINTS--1604.) 18 editions of Acta Capituli Provincialis, the guide to Dominican establishments in Mexico. 18 volumes in one. 3-10, 11, 23, 20, 21, 5-14, 18, 20, 18, 27, 20, 11, 17, 44/8, 20, 16, 16, 23 numbered leaves or pages. 4to, contemporary vellum, minor wear; 4 editions lacking some leaves, moderate wear and dampstaining; some editions with official paper seals on final leaves; unidentified marca de fuego on top edge. Mexico: Henricum Martinez and others, 1603-1653

Lot: 332 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1618.) [Diego Cisneros.] [Sitio, naturaleza y propriedade dela ciudad de Mexico, aguas y vientos a que esta suieta].

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1618.) [Diego Cisneros.] [Sitio, naturaleza y propriedade dela ciudad de Mexico, aguas y vientos a que esta suieta]. [5 of 12], 147 [of 148] pages. lacking the frontispiece and plan as usual, lacking title page and next 6 leaves, lacking leaf 148 and the 10 leaves of tables at end, tightly trimmed with some side notes grazed, moderate dampstaining, leaf 99 slightly defective with early repairs. [Mexico: Juan Blanco de Alcazar, 1618]

Lot: 333 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1621.) Jesus Maria: informacion en derecho en defensa de la exempcion absoluta que las religiones

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1621.) Jesus Maria: informacion en derecho en defensa de la exempcion absoluta que las religiones tienen de los ordinarios. 27, [1] leaves. Folio, contemporary vellum, worn, tape repair to backstrip; moderate dampstaining, worming and wear, lacking free endpapers, final Tablas leaf lacking upper corner with loss of a few words; early inscriptions on title page. Mexico: Diego Garrido, 1621

Lot: 334 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1622.) Sanctum provinciale concilium Mexici.

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1622.) Sanctum provinciale concilium Mexici. Engraved title page, illustrated secondary title page. [5], 102, [1], 38, [1] leaves. Folio, early mottled calf, minor wear; front free endpaper adhered to pastedown, engraved title page worn with some loss and early repairs, minor dampstaining, a few early notes in margins, final leaf laid down, lacking rear free endpaper; early inscription on verso of title page. Mexico: Juan Ruiz, 1622

Lot: 335 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1644?) [Juan Eusebio Nieremberg.] De la devocion y patrocinio de San Miguel, principe de los Angeles.

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1644?) [Juan Eusebio Nieremberg.] De la devocion y patrocinio de San Miguel, principe de los Angeles. [24], 272 pages. 4to, contemporary vellum, minor wear; dampstaining, worming, a few early tape repairs, final leaf defective; early inscription on title page, marca de fuego on top edge. Mexico: viuda de Bernordo [sic] Calderon, undated (circa 1644?)

Lot: 336 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1647.) Pedro Salmerón. Ceremonial de las ceremonias del santo sacrificio de la Missal.

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1647.) Pedro Salmerón. Ceremonial de las ceremonias del santo sacrificio de la Missal. [8], 99 leaves. 8vo, later ¼ calf over marbled boards, minor wear; minor dampstaining; early inscriptions on title page and second leaf and 71, J.M. Andrade bookplate on front pastedown. Mexico: Francisco Robledo, 1647

Lot: 337 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1648.) Juan Diez de Arce. Quaestionarii expositivi liber quartus: De studioso bibliorum.

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1648.) Juan Diez de Arce. Quaestionarii expositivi liber quartus: De studioso bibliorum. [4], 268, [12] leaves. 4to, contemporary vellum, minor wear; substantial worming with early repairs to leaves 224-251 only, otherwise minimal wear; early owner's signature on title page, marca de fuego on top edge. Mexico: Juan Ruíz, 1648

Lot: 338 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1671.) Andres Saenz de la Peña. Manual de los santos sacramentos, conforme al ritual de Paulo V.

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1671.) Andres Saenz de la Peña. Manual de los santos sacramentos, conforme al ritual de Paulo V. [8], 120 [of 122], [2] leaves including illustrated half-title. 4to, contemporary vellum, moderate wear; moderate wear and dampstaining, 4 duplicate leaves in place of missing leaves 43-46, lacking leaves 123 and 124; early inscription on title page, illegible marca de fuego on top edge. Mexico: viuda de Bernardo Calderon, 1671

Lot: 339 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1672.) Festivo aparato con que la Provincia Mexicana de la Compañia de Jesus.

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1672.) Festivo aparato con que la Provincia Mexicana de la Compañia de Jesus. [6], 130, [50] leaves. 4to, contemporary vellum, minor wear; lacking leaves 50 and 51, worming, minor dampstaining; edges tinted red; unidentified marca de fuego on top edge. Mexico: Juan Ruiz, 1672

Lot: 340 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1674.) Marcelino Solis y Haro. Muestra del poder de Dios, en la prodigiosa vida de Teresa de Jesus, niña

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1674.) Marcelino Solis y Haro. Muestra del poder de Dios, en la prodigiosa vida de Teresa de Jesus, niña que de cinco años . . . passò á la eterna. [1], 18, 1] leaves. 8vo, contemporary vellum, worn; moderate wear and soiling to contents, free endpapers renewed; bookplates of collectors Nicolás León and Federico Gómez de Orozco on front pastedown. Mexico: viuda de Bernardo Calderon, 1674

Lot: 341 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1683.) Quantidad de las syllabas explicada conforme al libro quinto del arte de Antonio de Nebrija.

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1683.) Quantidad de las syllabas explicada conforme al libro quinto del arte de Antonio de Nebrija. [2], 21, [8] pages. 8vo, later vellum; loss to title page at top edge, staining and early inscriptions to first two pages. Mexico: viuda de Francisco Rodriguez Lupercio, 1683

Lot: 342 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1684.) Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora. Parayso occidental, plantado, y cultivado . . .

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1684.) Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora. Parayso occidental, plantado, y cultivado . . . en su magnifico Real Convento de Jesus Maria de Mexico. [11 of 12], 206, [1] leaves. 4to, later ¼ calf over marbled boards, minor wear; lacking frontispiece coat of arms, moderate worming, errata leaf at end worn and trimmed; disinfection tag on front pastedown. Mexico: Juan de Ribera, 1684

Lot: 343 - (MEXICAN IMPRINTS--1692.) Three works on Nahuatl bound in one volume.

(MEXICAN IMPRINTS--1692.) Three works on Nahuatl bound in one volume. 3 volumes in one. 8vo, contemporary calf gilt, moderate wear; lacking free endpapers, minor worming and dampstaining, moderate wear including a few small early paper repairs, missing leaves as noted; edges crudely tinted red. Mexico, 1692-1728

Lot: 344 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1698.) Constituciones de la Provincia de San Diego de Mexico de los Menores descalços.

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1698.) Constituciones de la Provincia de San Diego de Mexico de los Menores descalços. Full-page decorative woodcut on page [163]. [18], 263, [17] leaves. 4to, early vellum, minor wear, tag remnant on spine; minor foxing; title page in red and black. Mexico: viuda de Francisco Rodriguez Lupercio, 1698

Lot: 345 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1731.) Angel Serra. Manual de administrar los santos sacramentos a los españoles, y naturales de esta provincia.

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1731.) Angel Serra. Manual de administrar los santos sacramentos a los españoles, y naturales de esta provincia. Armorial engraving on verso of title page. [6], 134, 137-8, [4] leaves as issued. 4to, contemporary vellum, moderate wear; lacking free endpapers, moderate vermin damage to first few and last few leaves scarcely affecting text, leaves 60-61 misbound after 64, moderate worming near end with modern repairs; marcas de fuego on all edges. Mexico: Joseph Bernardo de Hogal, 1731

Lot: 346 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1758.) Geronimo de Ripalda. Catecismo mexicano.

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1758.) Geronimo de Ripalda. Catecismo mexicano. Engraved frontispiece of St. Francis Xavier by Ortuño; engraved arms of the Archbishop of Mexico on verso of second title page. [32], 170, [2] pages. 12mo, contemporary calf gilt, minor wear; preface leaves unevenly trimmed, moderate dampstaining, repaired moderate worming to inner margin; edges tinted yellow; modern private library bookplate on front pastedown. México: Bibliotheca Mexicana, 1758

Lot: 347 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1767.) Carlos de Tapia Zenteno. Noticia de la lengua huasteca.

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1767.) Carlos de Tapia Zenteno. Noticia de la lengua huasteca. Armorial engraving on second leaf. [10], 128 pages. 4to, contemporary vellum, minimal wear; internally clean; edges tinted red; marca de fuego on top edge, bookplate of historian Albero Mario Carreño (1875-1962) on front pastedown, with his inked stamp in lower margin of several pages. Mexico: Bibliotheca Mexicana, 1767

Lot: 348 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1781.) Fernando José Mangino. Proyecto para el establecimiento en Mexico de una Academia de las tres nobles artes:

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1781.) Fernando José Mangino. Proyecto para el establecimiento en Mexico de una Academia de las tres nobles artes: pintura, escultura, y arquitectura [caption title]. [12] printed pages. Folio, 11½ x 8 inches, stitched; minor foxing. [Mexico, 12 September 1781]

Lot: 349 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1786.) [Silvestre Diaz de la Vega.] Discurso sobre los dramas.

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1786.) [Silvestre Diaz de la Vega.] Discurso sobre los dramas. [6], 16 pages. Folio, disbound; minor worming. [Mexico, 28 March 1786]

Lot: 350 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1803.) Illustrated book on the ages of man headed "Soneto."

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1803.) Illustrated book on the ages of man headed "Soneto." Engraved title page and 15 engravings. 8vo, 5½ x 3¾ inches, contemporary gilt tree calf, minor wear; minor foxing, caption torn from 10th engraving ["Cincuenta años] not affecting image; 20th-century collector's bookplate and tag on front pastedown. M[exic]o, 1803

Lot: 351 - (MEXICAN IMPRINTS--1805.) Diario de Mexico.

(MEXICAN IMPRINTS--1805.) Diario de Mexico. 12 volumes (volumes I-XII complete) including issues #1 to #1732, most of them 4 pages, complete with title pages, indexes and subscriber lists. 4to, matched modern ¼ calf in varying heights; minor foxing, intermittent minor dampstaining; modern private library bookplates on front pastedowns. México: Mariano José de Zúñiga y Ontiveros, 1 October 1805 to 29 June 1810

Lot: 352 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1810.) Rafael Sandoval. Arte de la lengua mexicana.

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1810.) Rafael Sandoval. Arte de la lengua mexicana. [16], 62, [2] pages. 8vo, later stiff vellum, minor staining; lacking endpapers, lacking frontispiece, red pencil note on page 54; edges tinted red. Mexico: Manuel Antonio Valdés, 1810

Lot: 353 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1811.) Detall de la accion gloriosa de las tropas del rey en el Puente de Calderon.

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1811.) Detall de la accion gloriosa de las tropas del rey en el Puente de Calderon. 38 pages plus one folding table. 4to, stitched; minor foxing; uncut. Mexico: Arizpe, 1811

Lot: 354 - (MEXICAN IMPRINTS--1811.) Sammelband of verse from early in the struggle for independence.

(MEXICAN IMPRINTS--1811.) Sammelband of verse from early in the struggle for independence. At least 48 works in one volume. 8vo, contemporary vellum, minor wear; lacking rear free endpaper; indecipherable marca de fuego on top edge which has left the top corner of a few works burned. Mexico: 1811-1812 and undated

Lot: 355 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1812.) El amigo de la patria. Obra periódica.

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1812.) El amigo de la patria. Obra periódica. 26 issues in one volume. [2], 9, 415 pages. 8vo, contemporary tree calf, minor wear; leaf 268-269 defective and 270-271 with repaired closed tear; collector's inked pictorial stamp over most mastheads. Mexico: María Fernandez de Jáuregui, circa October 1812 to 30 April 1813

Lot: 356 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--1820.) [Félix María Calleja del Rey.] Verdadero origen, carácter, causas, resortes, fines y progresos

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1820.) [Félix María Calleja del Rey.] Verdadero origen, carácter, causas, resortes, fines y progresos de la revolucion de Nueva España, bound with as issued Manifiesto a todas las naciones por el superior gobierno de Nueva España. [2], xvii; 114, 66, [1] pages. Folio, contemporary ¼ calf over marbled boards, minor wear; long manuscript note on pages 15-17; bookplate of Joaquin García Icazbalceta on front pastedown. Mexico: Juan Bautista de Arizpe, 1820

Lot: 357 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--GUADALAJARA.) Elogios fúnebres con que la santa iglesia catedral de Guadalaxara ha celebrado . . . Antonio Alcalde.

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--GUADALAJARA.) Elogios fúnebres con que la santa iglesia catedral de Guadalaxara ha celebrado . . . Antonio Alcalde. [6], xxviii, [2], 49, [2] pages. 4to, disbound, with original endpapers; worming throughout, heavy toward rear. Guadalajara: Mariano Valdés Téllez Girón, 1793

Lot: 358 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.) Benito Crespo y Monroy. Edict banning the use and production of fermented beverages.

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.) Benito Crespo y Monroy. Edict banning the use and production of fermented beverages. Broadside, 16¾ x 12 inches, signed in manuscript "Ben'to ob'po dela Puebla" and the priest Diego Gonzalez Periañez, no docketing on verso; minor worming, folds; uncut. Puebla, 1 June 1735

Lot: 359 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.) Jerónimo Cortés y Zedeño. Arte, vocabulario y confessionario en el idioma mexicano,

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.) Jerónimo Cortés y Zedeño. Arte, vocabulario y confessionario en el idioma mexicano, como se usa en el Obispado de Guadalaxara. Elaborate coat of arms engraving by Nava on second leaf. [14], 183, [2] pages. 4to, later vellum, minor wear; minimal dampstaining; 1844 inscription on verso of title. Puebla: Colegio Real de San Ignacio, 1765

Lot: 360 - (MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.) Juan de Palafox y Mendoza. Forma; que se debe guardar en el pararse, sentarse, hincar las rodillas,

(MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.) Juan de Palafox y Mendoza. Forma; que se debe guardar en el pararse, sentarse, hincar las rodillas, y inclinarse; a si en las missas solemnes, feriales, y rezadas. 5 leaves. 4to, original plain wrappers; minimal foxing and wear. Puebla: Juan Blanco de Alcaçar, 1649

Lot: 361 - (MEXICAN-AMERICAN WAR.) Collection of 20 Mexican newspapers on the war with the United States.

(MEXICAN-AMERICAN WAR.) Collection of 20 Mexican newspapers on the war with the United States. 20 items, sleeved in a binder; generally minor wear, a few key passages marked in pencil; a few with modern private library bookplates in margins. Various places, 1846-1848

Lot: 362 - (MEXICAN-AMERICAN WAR.) Antonio López de Santa Anna. Exposicion que eleva al soberano Congreso nacional el Exmo.

(MEXICAN-AMERICAN WAR.) Antonio López de Santa Anna. Exposicion que eleva al soberano Congreso nacional el Exmo. 16 pages. 8vo, modern gilt calf; light horizontal folds; early owner's red ink signature and later pencil note on title page, modern private library bookplate on front pastedown. Orizava: J. Ramón Matos, 1847

Lot: 363 - (MEXICAN-AMERICAN WAR.) Mexican presidential decree forbidding any peace negotiations with the United States.

(MEXICAN-AMERICAN WAR.) Mexican presidential decree forbidding any peace negotiations with the United States. Letterpress broadside, 19 x 12¾ inches, signed in type by Pedro María Anaya as president, Ignacio Trigueros as governor of the Federal District, and Luis Troncoso as secretary; minor foxing, mounted to a stub on left edge, short tape repairs on verso. Mexico, 22 April 1847

Lot: 364 - (MEXICAN-AMERICAN WAR.) Ramon Adame. Letter warning of the approach of 10,000 "perfidious American enemies" from the north.

(MEXICAN-AMERICAN WAR.) Ramon Adame. Letter warning of the approach of 10,000 "perfidious American enemies" from the north. Letter Signed as governor of San Luis Potosí to General Ignacio de Mora y Villamil, commander of the Army of the North, on official letterhead. 2 pages, 12¾ x 8¾ inches; minor wear and dampstaining. San Luis Potosí, 8 May 1847

Lot: 365 - (MEXICO.) Group of three works on the Palafox-Jesuit conflict.

(MEXICO.) Group of three works on the Palafox-Jesuit conflict. Quarto, unbound as described. Mexico or Madrid, 1647-1652

Lot: 366 - (MEXICO.) José Joaquín Fernandez Lizardi. Chamorro y Dominiquin: Dialogo joco-serio sobre la independencia de la America.

(MEXICO.) José Joaquín Fernandez Lizardi. Chamorro y Dominiquin: Dialogo joco-serio sobre la independencia de la America. 24 pages. 8vo, modern plain wrappers; moderate foxing, minor wear to first leaf. [Mexico]: [D.D.M. Benavente y Socios, 1 March 1821]

Lot: 367 - (MEXICO.) Observaciones generales sobre el establecimiento de caminos de hierro en los Estados Unidos Mejicanos.

(MEXICO.) Observaciones generales sobre el establecimiento de caminos de hierro en los Estados Unidos Mejicanos. 2 folding plates, 4 full-page illustrations. 13, [5] pages. 8vo, modern marbled wrappers; minimal wear. Nueva York: J.W. Bell, 1833

Lot: 368 - (MEXICO.) Proyectos de ley presentados al Congreso general . . . sobre reorganizacion de la república.

(MEXICO.) Proyectos de ley presentados al Congreso general . . . sobre reorganizacion de la república. 10 pages. 4to, modern ¼ morocco gilt; minimal wear; modern private library bookplate on front pastedown. Mexico: Lara, 1835

Lot: 369 - (MEXICO.) Francisco Domínguez. Catecismo de la doctrina cristiana puesto en el idiome Totonaco.

(MEXICO.) Francisco Domínguez. Catecismo de la doctrina cristiana puesto en el idiome Totonaco. 38 pages. Small 8vo, modern ¼ calf; 4th leaf lacking bottom corner and a few letters, lacking final errata leaf, minor wear and soiling. Puebla, 1837

Lot: 370 - (MEXICO.) List of citizens in a small frontier settlement capable of taking up arms against "los indios barvaros."

(MEXICO.) List of citizens in a small frontier settlement capable of taking up arms against "los indios barvaros." 2 manuscript pages, 12¼ x 8½ inches; horizontal fold, minor dampstaining, moderate wear. In custom ¼ calf gilt folder. Valle de Santa Rosa, 29 November 1837

Lot: 371 - (MEXICO.) Dos años en México.

(MEXICO.) Dos años en México. iv, 69, [1] pages. 8vo, modern full calf gilt; original wrappers bound in with minor wear; minimal wear to contents; modern private library bookplate on front pastedown. Mexico: José Uribe, 1840

Lot: 372 - (MEXICO.) Lecciones espirituales para las tandas de ejercicios de S. Ignacio, dadas a los indios en el idioma mexicano.

(MEXICO.) Lecciones espirituales para las tandas de ejercicios de S. Ignacio, dadas a los indios en el idioma mexicano. 213 pages. 8vo, contemporary tree calf, minor wear; internally clean. Puebla: Portal de las Flores, 1841

Lot: 373 - (MEXICO.) Código fundamental de los Estados-Unidos Mexicanos.

(MEXICO.) Código fundamental de los Estados-Unidos Mexicanos. 92, [3] pages. 8vo, contemporary mottled gilt calf, minor wear, light dampstaining to boards; contents clean, lacking front free endpaper, a few leaves creased; 1954 inscription on verso of title. Mexico: Torres, 1847

Lot: 374 - (MEXICO.) Group of 13 broadsides summarizing customs tax collections.

(MEXICO.) Group of 13 broadsides summarizing customs tax collections. Various sizes, most around 24 x 17, some smaller; folds, minimal wear. Mexico, September to December 1847

Lot: 375 - (MEXICO.) Copias exactas, palabra por palabra, de todas las cartas del Sor. Dn. Juan de la Granja al Sor. Dn. Wm. Geo. Stewart.

(MEXICO.) Copias exactas, palabra por palabra, de todas las cartas del Sor. Dn. Juan de la Granja al Sor. Dn. Wm. Geo. Stewart. 206 printed pages. 8vo, stitched; light soiling to outer pages, two short tape repairs, minor wear. New York, 1852

Lot: 376 - (MEXICO.) Photo album of the launch of a meat-packing plant owned by an eccentric American tycoon.

(MEXICO.) Photo album of the launch of a meat-packing plant owned by an eccentric American tycoon. 22 silver-print photographs, 4¾ x 6½ inches, each captioned in negative in English, on original plain 6½ x 10-inch heavy mounts attached to stubs. Oblong 4to cloth original cloth album, minimal wear, with gilt cover title "Some Photographs Taken at Inauguration of the Uruapan Packing Plant, Mexican National Packing Co."; mounts bowed, otherwise minimal wear to contents. Uruapan, Michoacán, 18 January 1908

Lot: 377 - (MEXICO.) Group of photographs and postcards of revolutionary president Francisco Madero.

(MEXICO.) Group of photographs and postcards of revolutionary president Francisco Madero. 10 items: 5 Real Photo postcards and 2 printed postcards, approximately 5¼ x 3¼ inches each, plus 3 photographs, 5 x 7 inches or slightly smaller; most unused, generally minimal to minor wear. Mexico, circa 1910-1913

Lot: 378 - (MEXICO--MEDICINE.) Group of 6 Mexican medical tracts.

(MEXICO--MEDICINE.) Group of 6 Mexican medical tracts. 8vo, unbound or disbound. Mexico, 1779, 1830-1849

Lot: 379 - (MEXICO--MEDICINE.) Manuel Codorniu y Ferreras. Angina exantematica de Mexico, a demas enfermedades endemicas y epidemicas del pais.

(MEXICO--MEDICINE.) Manuel Codorniu y Ferreras. Angina exantematica de Mexico, a demas enfermedades endemicas y epidemicas del pais. [4], xi, 182, [4]. Small 8vo, stitched and unbound; minimal wear. Mexico: Martin Rivera, 1825

Lot: 380 - (PANAMA.) George U. Mayo. Letter from a survivor of the ill-fated Darien Exploring Expedition, written shortly after his rescue.

(PANAMA.) George U. Mayo. Letter from a survivor of the ill-fated Darien Exploring Expedition, written shortly after his rescue. Autograph Letter Signed to father Peter Poythress Mayo. 2 pages, 9¾ x 8 inches; folds, short separations at folds. Palma, Panama, 8 April 1854

Lot: 381 - (PARAGUAY.) Juan Patricio Fernández. Relacion historial de las missiones de los Indios, que llaman Chiquitos,

(PARAGUAY.) Juan Patricio Fernández. Relacion historial de las missiones de los Indios, que llaman Chiquitos, que estan á cargo de los Padres de la Compañía de Jesus de la Provincia del Paraguay. z[20], 452, [3] pages. 4to, early calf, moderate wear; toning, intermittent dampstaining and foxing. Madrid: Fernández, 1726

Lot: 382 - (PERU.) Manuscript poem in honor of the rebel leader Túpac Amaru II.

(PERU.) Manuscript poem in honor of the rebel leader Túpac Amaru II. Manuscript, 2 pages, 8 x 5¾ inches, titled "Décimas, con título de Aviso al Publico fixadres en la plaza de la Imperial Ciudad del Cuzco"; folds, minimal wear. With full transcript. No place, circa late 1780 or early 1781

Lot: 383 - (PIRATES.) 4 issues of the monthly magazine "Political State" discussing the pirates of the Caribbean.

(PIRATES.) 4 issues of the monthly magazine "Political State" discussing the pirates of the Caribbean. Each around 80 pages, 7¼ x 4¾ inches; disbound, most without title pages, one with worn title, otherwise minimal wear. London, 1715-1718

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