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Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Iowa, at the Eleventh Grand Annual Communication in the Town of Mount Pleasant...

Iowa Citizen Extra. [Caption title]. Narrow folio broadside. Two columns.

Battle of Cedar Creek. By H[orace] Maynard, Co. E, 28th Iowa Volunteers. Tune, “Star-Spangled Banner.” [Caption title]. Broadside, 12-1/8” x 9-3/8," caption, and ten stanzas of verse in two columns, within an ornamental border. Sheet somewhat dust-soiled with a few minor stains, surface wear along folds, one corner slightly chipped, &c. Still, entirely sound, and with good margins.

Iowa and Nebraska Railroad Lands for Sale on Ten Years' Credit. The 2,000,000-Acre Government Grant in Iowa and Nebraska to the Burlington & Missouri Railroad Company, now Open To Actual Settlers, 1872. [Caption title]. Elephant folio sheet of paper, printed on both sides, as folded [4 pp.].

Articles of Incorporation of the Coon Valley Railroad Co. [Caption title]. Broadside, 11-5/8" x 6-7/8", text in three columns, signed in type by six officers at conclusion.

ANON. The Folly of Worship, or the Curse of Godism. An Inspirational Essay...

B., W.A. Died. At the Estes House Hospital, Friday, November 4th, 1864....Lines Respectfully Dedicated to the memory of Charles W. Tackaberry....[Caption title, followed by 30 lines of verse, signed at the end in type, at Keokuk, Nov. 7, 1864, by W.A.B. 12mo. broadside, blacklined.

BROWN, LEONARD. Poems of the Prairies.

CASTER, DR. PAUL. Advertising Photograph of the Caster & Morris House, Ottumwa, Iowa. Ca. 1875. 5.75” x 7.75” sepia toned mounted on heavy card stock with engraved frame. Significant fading, edges worn, tear at left side not affecting photo.

CURTISS, DANIEL S. Western Portraiture, and Emigrants' Guide: a Description of Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa; with Remarks on Minnesota, and Other Territories.

DENTON, N. Proprieto Catalogue of Short Horn Cattle at Oak Grove Stock Farm, Manchester, Delaware Co., Iowa. [Wrapper title].

EDWARDS, J.C. Speech...in Relation to the Territory in Dispute Between the State of Missouri and the United States, and to the True Location of the Boundary between Missouri and Iowa. Delivered in the House...July 20, 1842.

GARNER, WESLEY W. Columbus City, Iowa Retail Ledger, 1851-57. 224 pp. (but some pages lightly or unfilled). Folio. Conemp. sheep. Ink, very neat. Sound & clean.

HARMON, A.W. Sixty Families Massacred by the Blackfoot Indians. Tune--"Just Before the Battle, Mother." Caption title. 4to broadside, verse in two columns, with typographical border. Very good.

KILBOURNE, D.W. Strictures, on Dr. I. Galland's Pamphlet, Entitled, "Villany Exposed," with Some Account of His Transactions in Lands of he Sac and Fox Reservation, Etc., in Lee County, Iowa.

NEALLY, GEORGE C. Three (3) pp. ALS, (signed G.C.N, Jr.), to Thomas H. Eaton of Bath, Maine, Concerning Lincoln’s Assassination. Bird’s Nest Nursery, Burlington, Iowa, April 29, 1865. Sheet 7.75 x 10 inches, folded in half. Ink. Stamped cover with logo of nursery, “Neally Bros. & Bock”. Browned, slight bleed through, otherwise fine.

OVERTON, A.N. & D. Smut Exterminator! Seed Wheat Cleansed of Smut! Oatented by Alfred N. Norton, in September, 1861. [Caption title, in 4 lines]. Large 4to broadside.

OWEN, DAVID DALE. Report of a Geological Survey of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota; And Incidentially of a Portion of Nebraska Territory. [and] Illustrations to the Geological Report of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota.

PRINCE, GEORGE K.. "Homoeopathic Medicine. Dr. Prince, M.D." Printed trade card, ca. 1860-65, of a Davenport, Iowa physician. 2?" x 3½", printed on glazed stock. Very good.

ROBERTSON, W.S. Medical Index and Rerum Ledger, 1874, Muscatine, Iowa, by W.S. Robertson, Camden.

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM S Holograph Autobiography, 6 pp., with rough draft; three letters to Dr. Stephenson 1861-1889, seven pamphlets (11-50 pp. each) from the Medical Dept., State University of Iowa 1878-1883, one pamphlet Iowa State Board of Health on Cholera, two pamphlets by Dr. Stephenson; "Sanitary Science and Public Hygiene," 9 pp., 1885, and “Over-Pressure in Schools,” 11 pp., 1885, one news clipping on auction of his papers Quad-City Times, July 14, 1982. Bottom of one pamphlet has small hole through, no loss, other items browned, foxed, overall good.

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM S Class and Clinical Notebook, Bellevue Medical College, NY. 1868-1869. 80 pp. Oblong 12mo. Contemp. calf. Cover detached, ink & pencil. Some smearing of pencil, crossing out in pencil, and browning. “W.S. Robertson” on flyleaf, set in schedule of classes at Bellevue.

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM S “The Physician’s Diary” for 1869. Flyleaf: “Presented to Dr. W.S. Robertson by Neal & Garner, Druggists, Columbus City, Iowa”. 296 pp. 4”x6.25”. Printed & holograph. Leather-bound pocketbook, leather flap binding. Gilt edge.

TUTTLE, CHARLES R. An Illustrated History of the State of Iowa, Being a Complete Civil, Political and Military History of the State, from Its First Exploration Down to 1875...Assisted by Daniel S. Durrie...Sold Only by Subscription.

WILKIE, FRANC B. Davenport Past and Present...

WOLFE, CAPT. GEORGE Capt. George H. Wolfe and Six Others, to Governor S. J. Kirkwood of Iowa, Regarding Potential Mutiny. Fort Randall, D.T. (Dakota Territory), February 12, 1862. Docketed "Officers at Ft. Randall Feb 12 1862 on State of Garrison Sent to Robt. Smith...& Returned to This Office from...Letter Office, July 25/62". 10 x 16 inches, blue sheet, folded in half. No cover. 4 pp. Previous wax seal. Ink slightly faded.

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