BEECHER FAMILY ,portraits
Magnificent Beecher Family Photograph Collection. Various places, 1850s-1880sThis 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
CURTIS, EDWARD S
Dog Woman – Cheyenne (plate no. 668, Vol. 19). Curtis, c. 1930
This stunning glass photograph, Dog Woman – Cheyenne (plate no. 668), was prepared for the printing of Curtis’s The North American Indian. The glass interpositive is a rare survival used for publication of Curtis’s monumental work.
(APOLLO 11.) ARMSTRONG, NEIL and BUZZ ALDRIN
Armstrong and Aldrin raising the U.S. flag on the Moon’s surface. NASA, 
Signed by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, the first two men on the Moon. This image was taken by the Maurer Data Acquisition Camera (DAC, pronounced “dak”). The DAC made films through the Lunar Module Pilot’s window during the approach and landing of the LM and took stop motion photographs during the EVA at the rate of one frame per second.
(LINCOLN, ABRAHAM.) Anthony Berger
Seated portrait of Abraham Lincoln with a mounted slip signed in full by Lincoln. Washington: Brady Studio, February 9, 1864
This is a handsome example of one of the most famous Lincoln portraits, the Brady $5 bill photograph. Mounted beneath the portrait is a slip with Lincoln’s full signature “Abraham Lincoln.”
CAROLINA TWINS. Germon ,W.L
Mammoth portrait of Millie and Christine McKoy. Philadelphia: W. L. Germon, c. 1868-71
This spectacular large-format photograph depicts the celebrated conjoined twins Millie and Christine McKoy.
Important Pair of Daguerreotypes: Black Nurse with White Baby and the Child’s Parents. Talbot County, Maryland or Texas, c. 1853
This striking pair of daguerreotypes evokes the complex relationships between slaves and slave owners in the American South, especially between white families and the trusted slaves who cared for their children.
the pair: $25,000
Cameron, Julia Margaret
G. F. Watts. Cameron, October 1865
This splendid portrait is inscribed and signed on the mount by Cameron: “G.F. Watts From Life not enlarged Julia Margaret Cameron.”
(BENJAMIN, JUDAH P.) Mathew Brady Studio.
Judah P. Benjamin. [New York: Mathew Brady Studio, late 1850s.]
This is a splendid hand-colored Brady Imperial salt print of one of the great figures in American Jewish history.
“His most frequent and favourite sitter was Alexandra Kitchin, better known by her pet name of ‘Xie.’” — TaylorDODGSON, CHARLES LUTWIDGE [LEWIS CARROLL]
Photograph of Alexandra “Xie” Kitchin. C. L. Dodgson, 5 July 1870
A splendid example of Dodgson’s photography.