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  • FREUD, SIGMUND

    A Collection of nearly 500 volumes and more than 250 letters, prints, photographs, memoranda, ephemera, and other objects.. Various places, 1880s-1940s

    $350,000

  • (SECRET SERVICE)

    The photographic archive, papers, and relics of William Kennoch, Secret Service Agent. Various places, 1870s and 1880s

    This unique and unpublished archive of Secret Service Agent William Kennoch includes more than 1000 cartes de visite of counterfeiters, con men, federal fugitives, and other criminals and lowlifes. The collection also includes important papers, printed ephemera, and relics of Kennoch’s life and career.

    the collection: $150,000

  • ROCKEFELLER ,JOHN D

    Ambrotype Portrait of John D. Rockefeller. Cleveland, Ohio: Wiliam C. North, c. 1857-1858

    This famous portrait of John D. Rockefeller at age 18 is the earliest known photograph of the greatest titan of American business and industry.

    $150,000

  • BRADY, GARDNER, MORSE, DAGUERRE, RUSSELL, WATKINS &c

    An extraordinary collection of 26 photographic portraits of leading photographers. Various processes, 1850s-1890s

    This superb collection of photographs of photographers documents the spread of photography from its inventor Daguerre through the art’s earliest practitioners in the United States and ultimately to the great photographers of the Civil War and the American West.

    $75,000

  • (AMERICAN REVOLUTION). STONE, BALTUS

    Daguerreotype Portrait of Baltus Stone. [Philadelphia], 1846

    This remarkable portrait of Revolutionary War veteran Baltus Stone is one of the very few daguerreotypes of a person who had lived in colonial America.

    $50,000

  • (DARWIN, CHARLES.) CAMERON, JULIA MARGARET

    Portrait of Charles Darwin, signed by Darwin and by Cameron. Cameron, [1868]

    THE ICONIC PORTRAIT OF CHARLES DARWIN, boldly signed by Charles Darwin and by Julia Margaret Cameron.

    $48,000

  • BEECHER FAMILY ,portraits

    Magnificent Beecher Family Photograph Collection. Various places, 1850s-1880s

    This collection comprises an important ambrotype group portrait of the family by Brady Studios, a fine Brady salt print portrait of Lyman Beecher, a hand-colored photograph of Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher as a young lady, and a signed cabinet card photograph of Harriet Beecher Stowe.

    The collection: $42,000

  • (LINCOLN & HIS CABINET.) Mathew Brady Studio.

    Original Brady Photograph Maquette “President and Cabinet.”. Washington: Brady, 1864

    $42,000

  • CURTIS, EDWARD

    Original glass plate photograph, Honovi – Walpi Snake Priest, prepared by Curtis for the printing of The North American Indian. This portrait, titled Honovi - Walpi Snake Priest, with Totokya Day Painting, was published as a photogravure in The North American Indian, volume 12, plate 408, c.1910

    This is a splendid original glass plate made for Curtis’s The North American Indian, the greatest photographic work on Native Americans. Curtis devoted the twelfth volume of The North American Indian to the Hopi. He wrote of this photograph of Honovi, “This plate depicts the accoutrement of a Snake dancer on the day of the Antelope dance (see Volume XII, pages 146-149). The right hand grasps a pair of eagle-feathers – the ‘snake whip’ – and the left a bag of ceremonial meal. Honovi was one of the author’s principal informants.”

    $38,500

  • (CIVIL WAR.)

    An Extraordinary Confederate Photograph and Autograph Album of Dr. R. L. C. White, with his signature dated December 23, 1859 in the first volume. Lebanon, Tennessee, 1859-1862

    MORE THAN 100 SOUTHERN BOYS WHO WENT TO WAR. This is a unique photographic record of young men, from across the South, most of whom fought for the Confederacy. The collection comprises 125 rare salt prints made in 1859-1862. All but eight of the men represented in these albums went on to serve in the Confederate military, in a total of 88 units. Four fought for the Union, and four remained neutral. 13 were killed in action, 24 were wounded in action, and 24 became prisoners of war. The men fought in many of the war’s major engagements including Gettysburg, Chickamauga, Shiloh, Chancellorsville, and others.

    $32,000