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THE WEEKLY VISITOR, OR, LADIES’ MISCELLANY – FEBRUARY 2, 1805

THE WEEKLY VISITOR, OR, LADIES’ MISCELLANY – FEBRUARY 2, 1805

Volume III, No. 18, Whole No. 122.  Ladies’ literary magazine, with fiction, poetry, light news, and a few advertisements.  “To Wake the Soul by Tender Strokes of Art, To Raise the Genius and to… (998-1975). Learn More »

DAILY OHIO STATE JOURNAL—JAMES’ GANG NORTHFIELD RAID – DATED COLUMBUS, SEPTEMBER 11, 1876

DAILY OHIO STATE JOURNAL—JAMES’ GANG NORTHFIELD RAID – DATED COLUMBUS, SEPTEMBER 11, 1876

Vol. XXXVII/ No. 210. 4 pp, 18” x 24, 8 columns. Exhibits fold-marks, light chipping of left margin, else VG. Concerning Frank & Jesse…this issue features the following item—front page,… (595-1547). Learn More »

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DAILY OHIO STATE JOURNAL—JAMES’ GANG NORTHFIELD RAID—DATED COLUMBUS, SEPTEMBER 8, 1876

DAILY OHIO STATE JOURNAL—JAMES’ GANG NORTHFIELD RAID—DATED COLUMBUS, SEPTEMBER 8, 1876

Vol. XXXVII—No. 208. 4 pp., 18” x 24, nine columns. Exhibits fold-marks, light chipping of left margin. Else VG plus and entirely legible. The front page, 6th column (left to right) features the… (595-1548). Learn More »

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FRANK LESLIE’S ILLUSTRATED—NEW YORK, JANUARY 19, 1867. [Indian Frontier “Fetterman Fight”]

FRANK LESLIE’S ILLUSTRATED—NEW YORK, JANUARY 19, 1867. [Indian Frontier “Fetterman Fight”]

[Indian Frontier “Fetterman Fight”] No. 590—Vol. XXIII. 16 pp. (273-288)., 15 x 11,” w/numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Exhibits light chipping round the margins. Rear cover… (998-2127). Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, OCTOBER 4, 1862 – GENERAL McCLELLAN ENTERING THE TOWN OF FREDERICK, MARYLAND

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, OCTOBER 4, 1862 – GENERAL McCLELLAN ENTERING THE TOWN OF FREDERICK, MARYLAND

Vol. VI-No. 301. 16 pages with 4 columns, numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features a lithograph image of McClellan on horseback as he enters Frederick, Maryland, surrounded… (457-58). Learn More »

SACRAMENTO DAILY UNION—SEPTEMBER 12, 1871. Vol. XLI—WHOLE NO. 7279

SACRAMENTO DAILY UNION—SEPTEMBER 12, 1871. Vol. XLI—WHOLE NO. 7279

4 pp., including numerous advertisements and fascinating news tidbits. For Example,  the  “Arrest of The Noted Colorado Robbers in Missouri—a story of how a pair of ruffians from Pueblo named… (1070-246). Learn More »

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GETTYSBURG COMPILER NEWSPAPER FROM MARCH OF 1906-ARTICLE ON CONFEDERATE DEAD

GETTYSBURG COMPILER NEWSPAPER FROM MARCH OF 1906-ARTICLE ON CONFEDERATE DEAD

This is an 8 page copy of the GETTYSBURG COMPILER in fair to good condition. All print is legible but there is a small piece of the front page missing that meas. approx. 1.00 x 2.00 inches. There are… (1054-855). Learn More »

NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE - JUNE 12, 1862

NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE - JUNE 12, 1862

Vol. XXI...No. 6,611. 8 pp., 15” x 23.5, six columns, numerous stories.  Front page features two maps of Mississippi River, titled “The Action Before Memphis,” and “the situation at Ft.… (622-426). Learn More »

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FRANK LESLIE’S ILLUSTRATED / FORT DONELSON- MARCH 15, 1862

FRANK LESLIE’S ILLUSTRATED / FORT DONELSON- MARCH 15, 1862

No. 329—Vol. XIII. 16 pp. [257-272], 11’ x 15,”four columns, w/numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features two striking illustrations of the Federal victory at Ft.… (1054-2795). Learn More »

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FRANK LESLIE’S ILLUSTRATED—MAY 25, 1861

FRANK LESLIE’S ILLUSTRATED—MAY 25, 1861

No. 301—vol. XII. 14 pp. [241-254], 11 x 16,” w/numerous stories and illustrations. Front cover features a panoramic sketch of “The Advance of General Rosecranz’s Division Through the… (1054-2799). Learn More »

THE SALT LAKE CITY HERALD—AUGUST 24, 1872

THE SALT LAKE CITY HERALD—AUGUST 24, 1872

Vol. 3—No. 66. 4 pp., 20.5 x 28”, nine columns. Exhibits fold-marks and chipping of all margins. Front and rear pages offer one column of print and eight columns of advertisement. And, interesting… (998-2114). Learn More »

[RICHMOND] DAILY DISPATCH—OCTOBER 4, 1861

[RICHMOND] DAILY DISPATCH—OCTOBER 4, 1861

Vol. XX--No. 79. 4 pp., 17 x 23”, seven columns. Scattered patch of light foxing in upper right hand corner. Else VG plus. October 1861 was a period of lull in the Confederate capitol. During this… (1000-2563). Learn More »

RICHMOND CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE—JAN. 29, 1863

RICHMOND CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE—JAN. 29, 1863

Vol. XX—No. 5/ Whole No. 1585. 2 pp., 18 x 25”, six columns. Exhibits fold-marks, light yellowing and slight chipping of right margin. Else VG & entirely legible. The Richmond Christian… (1000-914). Learn More »

THE CHRISTIAN BANNER - FREDERICKSBURG, VA, JULY 14, 1862

THE CHRISTIAN BANNER - FREDERICKSBURG, VA, JULY 14, 1862

Vol. 1, [Number 13]. 4 pp., 18” x 13.25, six columns. Exhibits fold-marks, chipping round the margins, and light water staining. Else VG, and entirely legible. The paper began publication in 1848… (1000-2838). Learn More »

FRANK LESLIE’S ILLUSTRATED—"BUDGET OF FUN” ISSUE

FRANK LESLIE’S ILLUSTRATED—"BUDGET OF FUN” ISSUE

Dated “New York, June 1863.” No. 63—Price 10 cents. 32 pp. double June issue, 11” x 15, featuring numerous hilarious Civil War stories and a trove of  !863 Civil War cartoons. Slightly… (1054-2798). Learn More »

THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER—NOVEMBER 20, 1861

THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER—NOVEMBER 20, 1861

8 pp, 22” x16.5, six columns. Front cover features two interesting sketches—(1) Captain Charles Wilkes (portrait), and (2) a “Map showing the Position of the “San Jacinto at the time of the… (2021-317). Learn More »

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER—DECEMBER 11, 1865

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER—DECEMBER 11, 1865

8 pp., 22” x 16.5, six columns. Front page features sketch / Map of “A New Railway Project—Map of the Projected Route of the Atlantic and Great Western Railway (Six Feet Gauge) through… (2021-290). Learn More »

THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER—NOVEMBER 23, 1861

THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER—NOVEMBER 23, 1861

8 pp., 22” x 16.5, six columns. Front page features handsome illustration of “Major-General H.W. Halleck, U.S.A.” recently appointed to command the Department of the Missouri. Plus cover story.… (2021-303). Learn More »

THE NEW ORLEANS WEEKLY PICAYUNE—FEBRUARY 22, 1847

THE NEW ORLEANS WEEKLY PICAYUNE—FEBRUARY 22, 1847

[Mexican war coverage] Vol. X—Number 2.  8 pp., 17.5 x 12.5,” five columns. Exhibits slight horizontal fold-mark, light chipping at the margins, patches of slight to light foxing throughout. Else… (998-1787). Learn More »

THE LIBERATOR—BOSTON, MARCH 11, 1864

THE LIBERATOR—BOSTON, MARCH 11, 1864

Vol. XXXIV, No. 11—Whole No. 1727. 4 pp., 17.25 x 24.25,” six columns. Exhibits fold-marks, light chipping at margins. Else VG plus & entirely legible. Founded by William Lloyd Garrison, The… (998-1936). Learn More »


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M1826 MARINE CORPS MAMALUKE SWORD BY HORSTMANN & SONS

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