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ORIGINAL 1864 TRAVELLER’S POCKET MAP OF WASHINGTON, D.C.

ORIGINAL 1864 TRAVELLER’S POCKET MAP OF WASHINGTON, D.C.

Titled, “Map of the City of Washington: Established as the Permanent Seat of Government of the United States of America 1864,” this foldout map of Washington, D.C. features street names and block… (1097-98). Learn More »

COLORFUL CITY OF BOSTON DONATION RECEIPT, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR OF "THE BARCLAYS OF BOSTON"

COLORFUL CITY OF BOSTON DONATION RECEIPT, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR OF "THE BARCLAYS OF BOSTON"

Very decorative preprinted receipt from the city of Boston given to a Samuel William Trench for a donation “FOR THE SOLDIERS WHO LEAVE BOSTON UNDER THE REQUISITION OF THE PRESEIDENT OF THE UNITED… (L15630). Learn More »

JUNE 1864 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 67TH REGT. USCT

JUNE 1864 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 67TH REGT. USCT

FROM J.F. KREPS TO SON LIEUT. ADAM KREPS, CO “A”, 67TH REGT. U.S.C.T., serving in Louisiana. Dated “West Newton, June 21 1864. 3 pp. in ink online paper, 8 x 10”. Exhibits fold-marks and… (945-498). Learn More »

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APRIL 1864 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 67TH REGT. USCT

APRIL 1864 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 67TH REGT. USCT

FROM J.F. KREPS TO SON LIEUT. ADAM KREPS, CO. “A”, 67TH REGT. U.S.C.T., serving in Louisiana. Dated “West newton April 4, 1864. 4 pp. in ink on unlined paper. 4 pp. in ink on unlined paper 7.75… (945-497). Learn More »

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APRIL 1864 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 67TH REGT. USCT

APRIL 1864 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 67TH REGT. USCT

FROM J.F. KREPS TO SON LIEUTENANT ADAMS KREPS, CO “A”, 67TH REGT. U.S.C.T. Dated “West Newton, April 1, 1864”. 3 pp. in ink on unlined paper, 8 x 9.75”. Exhibits fold-marks and soiling on… (945-496). Learn More »

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MARCH 1864 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 67TH REGT. USCT

MARCH 1864 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 67TH REGT. USCT

FROM J.F. KREPS TO SON LIEUTENANT ADAM KREPS, CO. “A”, 67TH REGT. U.S.C.T. Dated “West Newton, March 7, 1864.”  3 pp. in ink on unlined paper, 8 x 9.75” Exhibits fold-marks & soiling… (945-495). Learn More »

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FEBRUARY 1864 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN CO. “F”, 15TH PA CAVALRY

FEBRUARY 1864 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN CO. “F”, 15TH PA CAVALRY

FROM J.F. KREPS TO SON ADAM KREPS, CO. “F”, 15TH PA CAVALRY, serving in Tennessee. Dated “West Newton, Feb. 20th 1864.” 4 pp. in ink on unlined paper, 8 x 9.75”. [Includes one page letter to… (945-494). Learn More »

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ALLOTMENT CHECK FOR WYTHE COUNTY, VA SOLDIER’S WIFE – ISAAC SWINDLE, ALLEGHANY, VA LIGHT ARTILLERY BATTERY; WIA FREDERICKSBURG; POW FISHER’S HILL

ALLOTMENT CHECK FOR WYTHE COUNTY, VA SOLDIER’S WIFE – ISAAC SWINDLE, ALLEGHANY, VA LIGHT ARTILLERY BATTERY; WIA FREDERICKSBURG; POW FISHER’S HILL

The Confederate Government of Wythe County, Virginia issued this allotment check, numbered 363 on the back and dated Feb. 5, 1864 to Mrs. Margaret Swindle in the amount of four dollars, for the family… (2020-427). Learn More »

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ALLOTMENT CHECK FOR WYTHE COUNTY, VA SOLDIER’S WIFE – L. EDDS

ALLOTMENT CHECK FOR WYTHE COUNTY, VA SOLDIER’S WIFE – L. EDDS

The Confederate Government of Wythe County, Virginia issued this allotment check, numbered 89 on the back and dated Jan. 4, 1864 to America Edds in the amount of sixteen dollars, the wife of L. Edds,… (2020-428). Learn More »

ALLOTMENT CHECK FOR WYTHE COUNTY, VA SOLDIER’S WIFE – C.R. CREAGER, 45TH VIRGINIA

ALLOTMENT CHECK FOR WYTHE COUNTY, VA SOLDIER’S WIFE – C.R. CREAGER, 45TH VIRGINIA

The Confederate Government of Wythe County, Virginia issued this allotment check, numbered 122 on the back and dated Jan. 11, 1864 to Sarah Creagger in the amount of four dollars for the family of… (2020-429). Learn More »

SUNDAY [NEW ORLEANS] DELTA—MARCH 3, 1861

SUNDAY [NEW ORLEANS] DELTA—MARCH 3, 1861

Volume 6—Number 15. 8 pp., 16 x 22”, six columns. Exhibits chipping along the left margins, with two, small unobtrusive tape repairs. Else VG plus and entirely legible. In March 1861 New Orleans… (145-112). Learn More »

SOLDIER LETTERS—1st LIEUT. BENJAMIN WRIGHT, CO. “I”, 10TH CONNECTICUT INFANTRY

SOLDIER LETTERS—1st LIEUT. BENJAMIN WRIGHT, CO. “I”, 10TH CONNECTICUT INFANTRY

Four letters, dated, “Camp 10th C. V., Dec. 21, 22, 24 & 25th December, St. Augustine Fla.”.  Addressed to wife “Dear Abbie.”  These letters run consecutively, written in ink on unlined… (1054-2302). Learn More »

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15th MAINE VETERAN VOLS “MILITARY REGISTER” FOR MEMBERS OF COMPANY C

15th MAINE VETERAN VOLS “MILITARY REGISTER” FOR MEMBERS OF COMPANY C

A nice “military register” for Company C of the 15th Maine Veteran Volunteers. Service memorials like this were marketed during the war to be sent home by soldiers. This one has architectural… (1097-26). Learn More »

JOHN WILKES BOOTH - BOSTON MUSEUM PLAYBILL DATED MAY 22, 1862

JOHN WILKES BOOTH - BOSTON MUSEUM PLAYBILL DATED MAY 22, 1862

Black & white, 13.5 x 5.25,” trimmed in gold, mounted in a white ceramic frame, 16.25” x 18.5”, along w/studio print of Booth in hat and frock coat, 7” 4.5”, trimmed in gold with the… (1104-01). Learn More »

DOCUMENT APPOINTING ATTORNEY TO ACT FOR MISSOURI HOME GUARD PRIVATE

DOCUMENT APPOINTING ATTORNEY TO ACT FOR MISSOURI HOME GUARD PRIVATE

Preprinted document on white paper. Item meas. approx. 8.25 x 7.00 inches. Paper is in nice condition. The document is a Power of Attorney appointing John M. Richardson to act for George Bowman who… (141-46). Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1867

HARPER’S WEEKLY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1867

Vol. XI—No. 559. 16 pp. [577-592], 16 x 11”, w/numerous stories, illustrations & cartoons. Front page consists of the story & and brutally graphic lithograph—“Whipping a negro girl… (998-2107). Learn More »

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HARPERS WEEKLY, DECEMBER 5, 1863 - THANKSGIVING

HARPERS WEEKLY, DECEMBER 5, 1863 - THANKSGIVING

Vol. VII—No. 389. 16 pp. [769-784], 16 x 11”, w/numerous stories, cartoons & illustrations. Front page features lithograph of “The President’s Hymn,” w/angels above—a piece of music… (1054-849). Learn More »

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HARPER’S WEEKLY, MAY 16, 1863

HARPER’S WEEKLY, MAY 16, 1863

Vol. VII—No. 333. 16 pp. [305-320], w/numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features a full panoramic depiction of “Building Pontoons on the Rappahannock [River]. Interior… (1054-852). Learn More »

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FRANK LESLIE’S ILLUSTRATED - COLONEL ELMER ELLSWORTH - JUNE 1, 1861

FRANK LESLIE’S ILLUSTRATED - COLONEL ELMER ELLSWORTH - JUNE 1, 1861

No.259—Vol. XII. 8 pp, 11.25 x 16”, 3 columns, w/various illustration. Front cover features a dramatic litho of the killing of Colonel Ellsworth—“Murder of Col. Elmer E. Ellsworth, of the… (1054-858). Learn More »

$95.00
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FRANK LESLIE’S ILLUSTRATED—MARCH 14, 1863

FRANK LESLIE’S ILLUSTRATED—MARCH 14, 1863

No. 389—Vol. 15. 16 pp. [386-400], w/numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons.  Front page features stories of “the War in Louisiana” and “The Famous Confederate Privateer Alabama”… (1054-2797). Learn More »

$45.00
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