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NEWSPAPER AND PHOTO LOT RELATING TO 29TH INFANTRY DIVISION AND RANGERS – TWO D-DAY UNITS

NEWSPAPER AND PHOTO LOT RELATING TO 29TH INFANTRY DIVISION AND RANGERS – TWO D-DAY UNITS

The first item in this small lot is a framed photo collage of Company D, 175th Infantry, 29th Division. Image size is 18.00 x 15.00 inches in the original period frame. Pictured and fully identified… (108-437). Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, MAY 11, 1861 – COL. ELMER ELLSWORTH

HARPER’S WEEKLY, MAY 11, 1861 – COL. ELMER ELLSWORTH

Vol. V—No. 228. 16pp., [289-304], 4 columns, numerous attractive lithographs, including a center-fold spread of the Federal destruction of the Norfolk Navy before its abandonment to Confederate… (998-1884). Learn More »

THE SOUTHERN ILLUSTRATED NEWS—RICHMOND, AUGUST 15, 1863

THE SOUTHERN ILLUSTRATED NEWS—RICHMOND, AUGUST 15, 1863

Volume II./ No. 6. Eight pages (41-48), 16 x 11.5”, w/illus. and cartoon. Chipped round the extremities, w/inner page right margin torn off from mid-gap down. Else good and entirely legible. The… (959-15). Learn More »

NEW YORK TIMES FOR SATURDAY JULY 4, 1863 - GETTYSBURG HEADLINES

NEW YORK TIMES FOR SATURDAY JULY 4, 1863 - GETTYSBURG HEADLINES

Full eight-page issue of the New York Times for July 4, 1863. Some of the headlines along the left edge of the paper are: THE GREAT BATTLES OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS FROM THE BATLE FIELD TO 10 A.M.… (668-241). Learn More »

$225.00
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THE NEW YORK HERALD — BATTLE OF NASHVILLE/SIEGE OF SAVANNAH - DECEMBER 23, 1864

THE NEW YORK HERALD — BATTLE OF NASHVILLE/SIEGE OF SAVANNAH - DECEMBER 23, 1864

Whole No. 10,344. 8 pp., 24 x 15.5”, six columns. Exhibits center fold-mark, chipping round the margins, w/small inward tear along right margin fold-line. Else VG & entirely legible. This issue… (141-21). Learn More »

EMPORIA [KANSAS] DAILY REPUBLICAN—APRIL 29, 1887

EMPORIA [KANSAS] DAILY REPUBLICAN—APRIL 29, 1887

Vol. 6. 4 pp., 25 x 19.75”, eight columns. Exhibits center horizontal fold-mark, light chipping at the margins. Else VG & entirely legible. In the 1880s tiny Emporia was a two newspaper town,… (998-2134). 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 »

$100.00
Originally $150.00

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 »

$225.00
Originally $350.00

RICHMOND WHIG NEWSPAPER, DATED APRIL 20, 1865 – LINCOLN ASSASSINATION

RICHMOND WHIG NEWSPAPER, DATED APRIL 20, 1865 – LINCOLN ASSASSINATION

Vol. 1—no. 15. 8 pp., 4 columns. Exhibits fold-marks, and small center fold-line chip; lightly soiled and yellowed, but entirely legible; completely intact but semi- fragile, and should be handled… (801-71). Learn More »

$716.00
Originally $895.00

COMPLETE CIVIL WAR HARPER’S WEEKLY, ORIGINAL ISSUES IN FIVE BOUND VOLUMES

COMPLETE CIVIL WAR HARPER’S WEEKLY, ORIGINAL ISSUES IN FIVE BOUND VOLUMES

Vol. 1—issues from November 24, 1860 through December 28, 1861. Bound in black buckram, 15.75” x 11.5, leather spine w/gilt lettering: “Harper’s Weekly 1860-61.“ Exhibits wear at the… (959-49). Learn More »

$6,500.00
Originally $6,900.00

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 »

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 »

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 »

$45.00
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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 »

FRONTIER SCOUT—FORT RICE, D.T. [DAKOTA TERRITORY], AUGUST 24, 1865— PUBLISHED FOR GALVANIZED YANKEES OF THE 1ST U.S.V. REGT.

FRONTIER SCOUT—FORT RICE, D.T. [DAKOTA TERRITORY], AUGUST 24, 1865— PUBLISHED FOR GALVANIZED YANKEES OF THE 1ST U.S.V. REGT.

Vol. 1—No. 11. Editor, Capt. E.G. Adams, publisher Lieut. C.H. Champney.  4 pp., 12.5 x 8”, 3 columns. Exhibits fold-marks. Else VG plus. This extremely scarce Civil War/Frontier army newspaper… (1097-215). Learn More »

HARPER'S WEEKLY - DECEMBER 19, 1863; GETTYSBURG CONTENT

HARPER'S WEEKLY - DECEMBER 19, 1863; GETTYSBURG CONTENT

Front cover with pair of lithographs "The Laird Ram "El Monassir'” & “'El Toussen'” seized by the British Govt.". Great full page litho "The Drummer Boy of Our Regiment - Eight War Scenes".… (L10078). Learn More »

FRAMED 1863 SOUTHERN ILLUSTRATED NEWS FEATURING A.P. HILL

FRAMED 1863 SOUTHERN ILLUSTRATED NEWS FEATURING A.P. HILL

When the war cut off the flow of Harpers Weekly and Frank Leslie’s papers to the south, the “Southern Illustrated News” was created in Richmond in September 1862 to fill the gap in supplying… (141-103). Learn More »

THE DAILY EXPRESS, PETERSBURG, VA - MAY 11, 1861

THE DAILY EXPRESS, PETERSBURG, VA - MAY 11, 1861

Vol. XI—No. 115. 23.5 x 16.5. Exhibits light fold-marks, slight chipping at the margins. Else VG plus & entirely legible. Located 21 miles south of Richmond, Petersburg, Va., was the center of a… (1000-2562). Learn More »

THE DAILY [NEW ORLEANS] DELTA, MARCH 15, 1861

THE DAILY [NEW ORLEANS] DELTA, MARCH 15, 1861

Vol. XVI—No. 109. 8 pp., 16 x 22”, six columns. Pages detached, Exhibits slight yellowing & couple of neat tape repairs. Else VG & entirely legible. By mid-March, Louisiana had seceded… (145-105). Learn More »

NORTHAMPTON [MASS.] COURIER, FEBRUARY 10, 1836

NORTHAMPTON [MASS.] COURIER, FEBRUARY 10, 1836

Vol. VII—Whole Number 320. 4 pp., 20.75 x 15”, five columns. Exhibits slight horizontal fold-mark, and a slight patch of slight water staining at the lower left margin. Else near fine. This… (998-1817). Learn More »


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GOLD HAT CORD FROM THE ESTATE OF CHARLES E. DEARING, 16th MAINE

During the Civil War, gold hat cords were reserved for general officers, but they were later adopted for wear by members of the G.A.R. on their slouch hats. This one is in excellent condition, with bright color and no wear, abrasions or losses. This… (766-1093). Learn More »

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