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UNION SOLDIER LETTER GROUPING WITH ONE COVER - DR. H.H. MUHLENBERG, 42nd PA “GETTYSBURG EMERGENCY” MILITIA REGT.

UNION SOLDIER LETTER GROUPING WITH ONE COVER - DR. H.H. MUHLENBERG, 42nd PA “GETTYSBURG EMERGENCY” MILITIA REGT.

Dated from Hagerstown, Maryland between July 17-28, 1863, these ten letters from Dr. Muhlenberg addressed to his wife Kate in Reading, PA., during Muhlenberg’s service with the PA Militia, in… (2020-643). Learn More »

UNION SOLDIER DIARY OF PRIVATE GEORGE M. BARNETT, 97TH OHIO INFANTRY - MORTALLY WIA AT KENNESAW MOUNTAIN

UNION SOLDIER DIARY OF PRIVATE GEORGE M. BARNETT, 97TH OHIO INFANTRY - MORTALLY WIA AT KENNESAW MOUNTAIN

'PERPETUAL DIARY’, 1863. Published by A. Liebenroth & Von Auw. New York, 1863. Owner inscription, front eps: “Diary of / George M. Barnett/ Co. B, 97th [Ohio] Regt. / 2nd Brigade 1st Division… (L15587). Learn More »

1864 CS ESTIMATE OF FUNDS FOR CAMP AT MARION, VA

1864 CS ESTIMATE OF FUNDS FOR CAMP AT MARION, VA

Ink on 8”x4” lined blue paper. “Estimate of funds required for the purchase of Provisions and for Contingencies for the Post at Marion, Virginia for the Quarter ending December 31st, 1864. Forty… (2020-422). Learn More »

“DISMOUNTED REB” BRONZE SCULPTURE BY RON TUNISON

“DISMOUNTED REB” BRONZE SCULPTURE BY RON TUNISON

Cold cast bronze statue of a dismounted Confederate cavalryman shows great detail. The soldier holds his saddle in one hand and his rifle on his shoulder as he looks into the distance. The sculpture… (490-2240). Learn More »

TUNISON SCULPTURE OF LONGSTREET AND PICKETT

TUNISON SCULPTURE OF LONGSTREET AND PICKETT

Limited Edition Cold Cast Bronze Sculpture Number by Ron F. Tunison. Commissioned by the American Print Galley in Gettysburg PA and released in 1988. The piece depicts Generals George Pickett and… (490-2241). Learn More »

1882 CHECK SIGNED BY MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT AND HERO OF LITTLE ROUND TOP, JOSHUA LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN OF THE 20TH MAINE INFANTRY

1882 CHECK SIGNED BY MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT AND HERO OF LITTLE ROUND TOP, JOSHUA LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN OF THE 20TH MAINE INFANTRY

Pre-printed check done on blue paper and filled out in period ink. Check meas. approx. 6.25 x 3.00 inches. Check is dated “BRUNSWICK MCH 17 1882” and is drawn on the J. B. BROWN & SONS,… (1054-2366). Learn More »

NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE—May 17, 1856. [BLEEDING KANSAS!]

NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE—May 17, 1856 [BLEEDING KANSAS!]

Vol. XV—No. 766. 8 pp., 16.75 x 22,” six columns. Exhibits fold-marks & light chipping at the margins. Else VG & entirely legible. This paper was published five days before the infamous… (998-1798). Learn More »

UNION CHAPLAIN LETTER — CHAPLAIN SEBA F. WEATHERBEE, 15TH MAINE VOLS.

UNION CHAPLAIN LETTER — CHAPLAIN SEBA F. WEATHERBEE, 15TH MAINE VOLS.

Dated “Matagorda Isle Texas, Dec. 31, 1863.” From Chaplain Weatherbee to Col. Isaac F. Dyer, 15th Maine Vols. 3 pp., in ink, on lined paper, 7.75” x 9.75”. Exhibits fold-marks. Else fine. In… (1097-175). Learn More »

LS, MAJOR GENERAL NATHANIEL P. BANKS, U.S.A.

LS, MAJOR GENERAL NATHANIEL P. BANKS, U.S.A.

Dated “Headquarters, Department of the gulf/ New Orleans, Feb. 4, 1864. From Gen. Banks to “Col. Isaac Dyer/ 15th Maine Volunteers.” 1 page, in ink, on lined Department letterhead, 7.75 x… (1097-171). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE STATES RECEIPT PICKED UP BY GEORGE W. MOWERS, 21st PA CAVALRY & 87th PA INFANTRY

CONFEDERATE STATES RECEIPT PICKED UP BY GEORGE W. MOWERS, 21st PA CAVALRY & 87th PA INFANTRY

Dated “1862/ Aug. 2.” Handwritten receipt for “$3.00” in ink, on yellowing paper, 6 x 6.5”. Exhibits fold-marks, three vertical, w/one section detached. Fragile but, mostly legible.… (2020-04). Learn More »

1867 DATED AND SIGNED MANUSCRIPT WRITTEN BY PVT. JAMES M. DALZELL ABOUT HIS CIVIL WAR EXPERIENCES – 116TH OHIO VOLUNTEERS

1867 DATED AND SIGNED MANUSCRIPT WRITTEN BY PVT. JAMES M. DALZELL ABOUT HIS CIVIL WAR EXPERIENCES – 116TH OHIO VOLUNTEERS

Entitled “The Blue and The Gray of 1867”. 1 page, 8 3/8” x 13 ¾”, multi-stanza poem regarding his Civil War experiences. Reads in small part, “You may sing of the Blue and the Gray, And… (1054-2257). Learn More »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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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FRONTIER SCOUT - FORT RICE, D.T. [DAKOTA TERRITORY], OCTOBER 12, 1865 - PUBLISHED FOR “GALVANIZED YANKEES” OF THE 1ST U.S.V REGT.

FRONTIER SCOUT - FORT RICE, D.T. [DAKOTA TERRITORY], OCTOBER 12, 1865 - PUBLISHED FOR “GALVANIZED YANKEES” OF THE 1ST U.S.V REGT.

Vol. 1—15. Editor, Capt. E.G. Adams, Publisher Lieut. C.H. Champney. 4 pp., 12.5 x 8,” 3 columns. Exhibits fold-marks, w/yellowing along fold-lines, and two slight inward tears along right… (1097-216). Learn More »


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