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Scenes in Florida.
1894
 

"Old Scollay Building--1858." [Ink caption title]. 14" x 11" mounted photograph, with contemporary walnut frame.
1858
 

Thirty-Three Photographs, 3" x 3" from the 1901 Pan American Exposition of 1901. [with] Seventeen Photographs, ca. 1900-01, from the Mining Town of Terraville, South Dakota.Contemp. Oblong 8vo. Album (spine shot).
1901
 

Photographic Album, Nazi German, ca. 1939. Approximately 170 3" x 5" black and white photographs attached with black paper photo corners in a black sheeted album with post and string binding. Album is of a later vintage than photos. Pasted end papers of gold design Title page has a photo of the crest “Peine”. Very good condition, only a few photos missing.
1939
 

Yale University Year Book. Class of 1870. Quarto folio with heavy card stock leaves, leather gilt stamped cover “Yale” and metal clasps. Cover & some pages separating (disbound), some browning. 130 Photos, most 4.5” x 5.5”, many with autograph signatures.
1870
 

Two (2) Photographs of Catawissa Meeting House, Columbia County. 2.5" x 4” postcard photo, 4.5" x 8” sepia toned albumen print mounted on board; verso “No. 590, photo by Gilbert Cope, West Chester, PA (copy of picture of 1887)”. Browned, slight fading. Deed for land in Catawissa, Northumberland County, from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (engraved seal) to Bernard Hunsinger & Philip Riffert. Feb. 8, 1820, of an Oct. 17, 1788 original signed by David Redick. This document signed by Jacob Spangler in 1820 as a true copy of the original. 7.75” x 13”. Previous folds, browning, and slight foxing, edges worn.
1820
 

Photograph Album of Cross Country Rail Trips, ca. 1900. From Wing Family of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Photo album, 11.5” x 14.75”. Orig. roan. “Photographs” in gilt letters on cover. 188 photos, 3.5” x 4.5” gelatin silver sepia toned photos. Some fading but excellent.
1900
 

Four (4) Hand-Colored Sepia Toned Photographs of Moscow Scenes, 8" x 11," from 1895: 1) Tsar Kolokol Bell, 2) Historical Museum, 3) Cathedral of St. Basil the Beautiful, 4) Temple of the Savior. Mounted on heavy stock with gilt edges. Previous numbers, perhaps part of a portfolio. Stock slightly bowed, but very good.
1895
 

“Home of Washington, Mount Vernon, Va.” Large Cabinet Card of Exterior Showing Tour Group. "Friend's Excursion...1st Mo. 1889". 13.5" x 10.5" overall, image 7.5" x 11". Sepia tones, slightly faded, tear on board not affecting photo. Chipping on corners of board.
1889
 

Catalogue of Albany's Bicentennial Loan Exhibition, at the Albany Academy, July 5 to July 24, 1886. 1686-1886.
1886
 

History of Medicine and Surgery and Physicians and Surgeons of Chicago.
1922
 

Six Civil War Era Studio Tintypes of Blacks. Half plate size, 2.5 x 3.75".  1) Young woman with beribboned hat. Bright, smudge at right not affecting image. 2) Young woman with banana curls. Plate bends, dark. 3) Middle aged woman with hand to chin. Crazing, darkening. 4) Group of four men, one may be wearing railroad conductor's hat. Darkened, bent. 5) Man and wife (?), good. 6) Young woman with necklace and bracelet. Slightly darkened.
1865
 

Black Paper Silhouette and Photograph Album. Downer’s Grove and Hinsdale, Illinois, circa 1890. Oblong octavo album, 7" x 10." 35 pp. Twenty-five leaves on which are mounted fifty silhouette bust profiles (about 4 x5 inches each) of which forty-three are identified; an additional identified silhouette in an envelope. Ten leaves contain eleven mounted photographs, ten of which are identified. Inside back cover, label of “Ward’s Album for Unmounted Photographs”. Leatherette cover worn, leaves chipped at corners, some disbound, photos pasted in.
1890
 

Photographic Album of 104 C-D-Vs. A Remarkable Album, Chiefly American, Consisting of Politicians, Military Commanders, Scientists, Literary Figures, Performers and Clergymen, Mostly from the 1860s and early 1870s, in fine condition; doubtless some very rare, with a substatial number of women, including Harriet Beecher Stowe, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Tennessee Claflin, and the young Victoria Woodhull. Most are identified in pencil, but we are unable to identify three.
1870
 

Albany Law School Autograph & Photograph Album, Kept by Horatio Colony. 1860, 63 pp. Bound Album Signatures, and Pasted-in Oval Photographs. Three photos missing, several with some damage, a few stuck together. 5.5 x 8 inches, gilt edge, gilt embossed leather, contemporary binding attractive & very good.
1860
 

ANGELL, HENRY C. A Treatise on Diseases of the Eye; for the Use of Students and General Practitioners. To which is added a Series of Test Types for Determining the Exact State of Vision. Fifth Edition, Enlarged and Illustrated. (Supplementary Issue.)
1880
 

ANON. Views in the White Mountains.
1878
 

BRACKETT, EDWARD AUG Cabinet Card Photograph of a Bust of Abolitionist John Brown. Litchfield Photographer, Arlington, Massachuetts. 4.25" x 6.5". Sepia tones, good. Note on verso: “John Brown from E.A. Brackett’s Bust taken in the prison at Charlestown, Va. 1859, by order of Mrs. George L. Stearns”.
1859
 

BURBANK, LUTHER. Luther Burbank. His Methods and Discoveries and Their Practical Application. Prepared from His Original Field Notes Covering More Than 100,000 Experiments Made During Forty Years Devoted to Plant Improvement...
1914
 

BURBANK, LUTHER. Luther Burbank. His Methods and Discoveries and Their Practical Application. Prepared from His Original Field Notes Covering More Than 100,000 Experiments Made During Forty Years Devoted to Plant Improvement...
1914
 

BURBANK, LUTHER. Luther Burbank. His Methods and Discoveries and Their Practical Application. Prepared from His Original Field Notes Covering More Than 100,000 Experiments Made During Forty Years Devoted to Plant Improvement...
1914
 

CARBONELL y RUIZ. Wealthy Cuban Family Photograph Album, in the United States, 1865 - 1914. 21 pp. Black paper (non-archival) leaves 13" x 20". 20 Photographs, 11 Diplomas and Awards; most 13" x 18", plus religious cards. Photos range from CDV to 4" x 6" pasted in; sepia tones, identified in Spanish in ink with dates. Some fading, water damage, few small holes in diplomas, edge tears, overall very good.
1865
 

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.
1875
 

CIST, LEWIS J. Trifles in Verse: a Collection of Fugitive Poems.
1845
 

DIXON, WILLIAM HEPWO New America. With Illustrations from Original Photographs. In Two Volumes. Third Edition.
1867
 

FULLER, WM. Architecture of the Brain. Illustrated.
1896
 

GARRISON. Carte-De-Visite of William Lloyd Garrison.
1860
 

HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL Our Old Home. Annotated with Passages from the Author's Note-Book, and Illustrated with Photogravures.
1891
 

HAYDEN, E.S. Splendid Daguerreotype Miniatures, Taken in Every Style...[Caption title]. Broadside, 12" x 9.5". Fine.
1855
 

HEMENWAY, ABBY MARIA Poets and Poetry of Vermont.
1858
 

HENSZEY & CO. Photog President Lincoln's Hearse. April 22, 1865. Designed and Constructed by E.S. Early, Undertaker...Philadelphia.
1865
 

KNECHT. Half-Plate Oval Ambrotype by Knecht, Patent July 4 & 11, 1854, in Old Padded Case, of Posed Bearded Officer Holding a Sword in Two Hands, 4.5" x 3.5."
1854
 

LEONARD, HUGH F. A Hand-Book of Wrestling. Edited by Frederik A. Fernald.
1897
 

MASON, GEORGE C. Newport and its Cottages.
1875
 

MASSACHUSETTS BOARD Special Report...to the Legislature in Relation to the Disaster on Monday, March 14, 1887, on the Dedham Branch of the Boston & Providence Railroad, at the Bridge Commonly Known as the Bussey Bridge...[in] West Roxbury.
1887
 

O’LOUGHLIN, GEORGE F Photograph Album and Scrapbook of Service Aboard the U.S.S. Wyoming, 1912-1919. Narrow folio, binding loose & worn; lined numbered pages. Some items loose, pages torn, edge wear, browning. 73 pp., 60 photos, 3" x 5" to 8" x 10," black & white, sepia. Photos & memorabilia glued in, some fading.
1912
 

ROTCH, WILLIAM B. Rambles About Amherst: Embracing an Historical and Descriptive Sketch of the Town...
1890
 

STARIN, J.N. & T.L. The Souvenir of San Francisco...(title leaf at the back).
1885
 

STILLMAN, J.D.B. The Horse in Motion as Shown by Instantaneous Photography. With a Study on Animal Mechanics. Founded on Anatomy and the Revelations of the Camera. In Which is Demonstrated the Theory of Quadrupedal Locomotion. Executed and Published Under the Auspices of Leland Stanford.
1882
 

VAILLE, F. O. & H. A The Harvard Book, A Series of Historical, Biographical and Descriptive Sketches. By Various Authors. Illustrated with Views and Portraits. Vol. II [only].
1875
 

WARNER, CHARLES DUDL In the Levant. Illustrated with Photogravures. Volume I-[II].
1893
 

WHITTIER, HENRY SMIT One Page ALS to Mrs. W.E. Lyman at South Waterford, Maine, concerning the Schooner Toando and Laura Munson Keller. East Machias, October 13, 1927. 8.5" x 11". 1 p. With stamped cover. Includes 4 news clippings; one from the Union-Republican, three on the Kellers, and 5 carte de visites of the Munson family 2.5" x 4," plus 2 of the Keller family 2.5" x 4," and 1 of Munson Millinery store. Also, one studio group photograph of “Grandma Lucy Gardner’s Brother & family-Josiah Hill Munson," 8" x 10" mounted on board. Very good.
1927
 

WHITTIER, JOSEPH. Equity Court Abstracts. “Abstract of the Bill, Answers, Schedules, and Evidence in the case, Daniel L. Miller, Jr. Plaintiff in Equity, vs. Joseph Whittier, Peleg T. Jones, James H. Perkins, Isaac P. Wendell, and Ann E. Wendell, defendants. Penobscot County S.T.C. June 7, 1851. Rowe & Bartlett, counsel for plff. J. Cutting and J.A. Peters, counsel for defts.” Notebook with marbled cover, black calf spine, and lined blue pages. 149 pp. Hand written, ink, legible. Some pages loose and a few cut out. Overall very good.
1851
 

YOUNG, J.S. Daguerreotypes!! J.S. Young, Takes pleasure in announcing to thhe Public, that he has recently Re-fitted and Re-furnished the Rooms....[Title & partial text]. Broadside, 10.5" 6.5". Extensive typographical border.Early Ohio notice by the daguerreotypist, J.S. Young
1853
 

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