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THE LIBERATOR – JULY 21, 1865

THE LIBERATOR – JULY 21, 1865

VO. XXXV / NO.29 / WHOLE NO. 1798, DATED BOSTON, JULY 21, 1865.  William Lloyd Garrison, Editor. 4 pp., 6 columns, measuring 25 x 17.25”. Lightly soiled at the margins, and the upper left corner,… (L13693). Learn More »

BOUND VOLUME OF WISCONSIN NEWSPAPERS

BOUND VOLUME OF WISCONSIN NEWSPAPERS

Bound volume meas. approx. 13.50 x 20.00 inches with a tape re-enforced spine. Original owner’s name lightly written on cover.  First two pages are loose the rest are very good and tightly bound.… (690-53). Learn More »

BOUND VOLUME OF WISCONSIN NEWSPAPERS

BOUND VOLUME OF WISCONSIN NEWSPAPERS

Bound volume meas. approx. 15.75 x 21.50 inches. Tape re-enforces the spine near the top. Item is tightly bound. Book contains issues of the INDEPENDENT PRESS of Waukesha, Wisconsin. Each newspaper is… (690-55). Learn More »

MEMPHIS APPEAL NEWSPAPER - JUNE 10, 1863

MEMPHIS APPEAL NEWSPAPER - JUNE 10, 1863

One page, double-sided newspaper measuring 20 x 24”, mounted on heavy card paper against a medium gray matte, in shrink wrap. This legendary Memphis newspaper was moved out of  town just prior to… (12-652). Learn More »

THE LIBERATOR - BOSTON, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1865

THE LIBERATOR - BOSTON, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1865

VOL. XXXV, NO. 9/ WHOLE NO. 1778. 4pp., 6 columns, measuring 25 x 18”. Exhibits fold-marks and light soiling along fold-lines, w/slight chipping & light water-staining along left margin. Else VG… (L13701). Learn More »

ROCHESTER DAILY DEMOCRAT FOR MAY 2, 1865

ROCHESTER DAILY DEMOCRAT FOR MAY 2, 1865

Some of the headlines in this issue are “Plot To Burn Philadelphia,” “About Sherman and his Blunder.” “The Boys Coming Home” and “More of Southern Chivalry.” There are also headlines… (L13708). Learn More »

VICKSBURG DAILY CITIZEN, ON WALLPAPER "THE GRANT EDITION", 1885

VICKSBURG DAILY CITIZEN, ON WALLPAPER "THE GRANT EDITION", 1885

Measuring 19 x12", "this paper is a reproduction of 'The Vicksburg Daily Citizen,' as found by union soldier when Grant captured the City. Agents wanted to sell it. Price 5 cents. The Usual Discount… (337-178A). Learn More »


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BOOTS STATED TO BE THOSE WORN BY GENERAL SAMUEL K. ZOOK WHEN KILLED AT GETTYSBURG & OTHER RELATED ITEMS

These boots surfaced in the collection of the late Stan Landis of Quakertown, Pennsylvania and then passed to a New York collector where they were obtained in 1975 by George Lower, owner of the well-known shop “The Gettysburg Sutler,” who then… (355-39). Learn More »

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