Published by E. & H. T. Anthony & Co., New York, N.Y.
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. # 7049 in the series 'Views in Baltimore and Vicinity, Md.' Stereograph on yellow board (6 3/4 x 3 1/4 inch) with label on the backside. View of the Battle Monument with slight soiling to the image and some chipping to the corners. Else a nice image.
Seller Inventory # 9081
Published by Keystone View Company, Meadville, PA
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Fine. #18335 (146). Stereograph on gray board (7 x 3 1/2 inch) with commentary on the back side discussing the diplomatic visit of French delegates, L.C. Jean Fabri, Admiral Shocheprat, former Premier Viviani & Marshall Joffre. Image shows them among others in front of Lincoln's Memorial. Nice WWI item.
Seller Inventory # 9192
Published by Keystone View Company, Meadville, PA
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Fine. # 23082 (114). Stereograph on gray board (7 x 3 1/2 inch) with commentary on the backside about the area of Chattanooga and its rivers and history. This was the site of the battle of Chattanooga fought in 1863 for control of the city which the southern rebels lost on Lookout Mountain. View of the valley from Lookout Mountain is quite grand with the rivers winding below you and the Tennessee encircling the city of Chattanooga, ca.1920. Clean copy.
Seller Inventory # 9503
Published by Webster & Albee, Publishers, Rochester, N. Y.
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. # 1148 of the 'American Scenery' series. Stereograph on off white board (7 x 3 1/2 inch) with publisher's name and series title on the edges. Photo with square edges on one sheet. View of the main entrance to the cemetery in Gettysburg, Penn. with its eagle toped gate entrances. Clean copy.
Seller Inventory # 9556
Published by Wm. C. Bryant & Co., Printers, New York, 1860
Illustrated Wrappers. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Speech title: "The State of the Country". Front and rear covers separated from lower spine. Upper 2" missing from front cover. 27 pages. Numerous passages underlined in ink. The issue of slavery is discussed as it relates to states being admitted into the Union. Threats of disunion were made. "Specific enactments admitted California as a labor State, and remanded New Mexico and Utah to remain Territories, with the right to choose freedom or slavery when ripened into states." "These new enactments, collated with the existing statutes, namely, the ordinance of 1787, the Missouri prohibitory law of 1820, and the articles of Texas annexation, disposed by law of the subject of slavery in all the Territories of the United States". "And so the compromise of 1850 was pronounced a full, final, absolute, and comprehensive settlement of all existing and all possible disputes concerning slavery under the Federal authority".
Seller Inventory # 4520
Published by House of Representatives, (Washington, D. C.), 1868
Illustrated Wrappers. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. House of Representatives. Ex. Doc. No. 123. Front and rear cover pages loose. From page 1: ".during the late rebellion, a large number of vessels, cribs, and other obstructions, were placed in the channel of the Savannah river by the so-called confederate government, to bar access to the city by the naval and military forces of the United States". The issue for discussion is who is authorized to remove obstructions and who can lay claim to the materials. Captured and abandoned property.
Seller Inventory # 4521
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Charles B. Hall. (illustrator). Engraved by Charles B. Hall from a painting, circa.1900s (4 1/2 x 6 inch) seated in civilian clothing. Charles Jackson Paine (1833-1916) was a Union General from Massachusetts.
Seller Inventory # 10573
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Engraving, circa.1900s (5 x 6 3/4 inch) of David Bruen Corwin (1839-1917), seated in civilian clothing, who was a Union General from Ohio. As a colonel, Fifth Indian Brigade, on the Indian frontier he won distinction. Railroad man in Dayton, Ohio after the war.
Seller Inventory # 10574
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Engraved By Campbell Brothers. (illustrator). Engraving from a painting, circa.1900s, (5 x 7 inch) of John Charles Black (1839-1915), seated side view in civilian clothing, who served as a Major for the company he raised in Illinois. Three times he was promoted for distinguished gallantry, the las to grevet-brigadier-general in 1865. Wounded in the right hand and his left arm shattered at the battle of Prairie Grove, 7 Dec. 1862. In civilian life after the war he became a noted lawyer and politician.
Seller Inventory # 10575
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Engraving from a painting, circa 1900s (4 1/4 x 5 1/4 inch) of Major Edward Newton Strong (1827-1895) from New York, seated in civilian clothing. Served as a aide to Burnside and later Foster of the Army of the Potamic.He was among the first to enter Savannah after its fall. Managed the family business after the war and was prominent in church work.
Seller Inventory # 10577
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. W.T. Bather (illustrator). Engraved from a photograph, circa 1900s (5 x 7 inch) of Horace Porter (1837-1921), seated in civilian clothing, from Pennsylvania. He served as an ordinance officer rising up the ranks and receiving field promotions along with the Medal of Honor at the battle of Chickamauga. Served as aide-de-camp under General Grant and was a close friend. Porter was a noted eloquent speaker and after Grant left the Presidency went to work with the Pullman Car Company and other railway firms. He was instrumental in bringing back John Paul Jones' body from France.
Seller Inventory # 10579
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Engraving taken from a painting, circa 1900s (4 x 5 1/4 inch) of Winfield Scott Hancock (1824-86) from Pennsylvania, seated in civilian clothing. He became a Union General during the Civil War.
Seller Inventory # 10580
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Engraving, circa 1890 (4 1/2 x 6 inch) of William Thomas Sampson (1840-1902), in naval uniform, from New York who was a U.S. Navy Admiral. Served with distinction in the Spanish-American war.
Seller Inventory # 10583
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Engraved By E.G. Williams (illustrator). engraving, circa1900 taken from a painting (3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inch) of Samuel Francis Du Pont (1803-1865) from New Jersey in naval uniform. Joined the Navy in 1821, involved as a commander in the Mexican-American war commanding ships on the West Coast including the 'Cyane'. During the Civil War he was involved in the attack on Port Royal, S.C. which he lead. Retired in 1863.
Seller Inventory # 10585
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Engraving from a photograph, circa 1880s (4 5 3/4 inch) of John A. Logan (1826-1886) from Kentucky/Illinois in civilian clothing. Joined the Union forces at Bull Run and then organized the 31st Illinois infantry and became its colonel. After suffering serious wounds in the end of 1861 he returned to the field and was made a brigadier-general of volunteers by Grant. Served under Grant in the Mississippi campaign, first to enter Vicksburg. In 1864 served as one of Sherman's generals in his march to Georgia and is said to have saved the battle at Atlanta. Commanded the Army of Tennessee after Gen. McPherson's death and was present at the taking of Savannah. After the war he returned to congress and was one of the managers of Johnson's impeachment. In 1871 became a senator from Illinois. Famous for many speeches given in the House and Senate. He published THE GREAT CONSPIRACY (1886) about the Civil War. Also included is a steel engraving of his wife.
Seller Inventory # 10586
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Engraving circa 1900s, (4 1/2 x 5 1/2 inch) of Julius Caesar Burrows (1837-1915) of Michigan in civilian clothing. A lawyer who helped organize the 17th Michigan Regiment and served in the civil war fighting at Antietam, Fredericksburg, Vicksburg, Knoxville among others. Went into politics and worked for the Republican Party serving in congress and later national politics.
Seller Inventory # 10587
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Engraving, circa 1900s (4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inch) of Cyrus Dustan Roys (1836-1915) of Michigan in civilian clothing. Trained as a lawyer he joined the Union forces in 1861 and served in the 1st Michigan Artillery fighting at McIntire's Ford, Capture of Knoxville and Cumberland Gap, Corinth, and Sherman's March. He was on the staff of General Saunders. After the war he became a corporate lawyer and general council, mainly with railroads in the Chicago area.
Seller Inventory # 10594
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Engraving, circa 1900s (4 x 5 1/2 inch) of Rufus Pratt Lincoln (1841-1900) of Massachusetts in civilian clothing. Lincoln joined the war in 1862, after graduating from Amherst College, with the Massachusetts Volunteers rising to captain in several months. He fought at Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, the Wilderness, Spottsylvania, and the assault on Petersburg. By 1864 he reached the rank of brevetted lieutenant-colonel for meritorious services. After the war he returned to college and became a doctor after graduating from Harvard in 1868. He became a famous doctor specializing in diseases of the throat, lungs, and nose.
Seller Inventory # 10595
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Engraving, circa 1900s (4 1/4 x 6 inch) of Benjamin F. Tracy (1830-1915), in civilian clothing, from New York. Was a lawyer and early organizer of the Republican Party he joined the Civil War in 1863 and was in the Army of the Potomac and in the Battle of the Wilderness won the Medal of Honor. He was made a General before retiring. After the war he returned to the field of law and became U.S. district attorney for the Eastern District of New York. He was famous for cracking down on the whiskey trade taxes and created a new tax code. Defended Beecher against Tilton in 1875, and decided the famous "Elevated Railroad Case" while a judge. He served Under President Harrison as Navy Secretary and played a role in the reorganization of the modern navy and was a early advocate of the civil service reform.
Seller Inventory # 10596
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Engraved By J.C. Buttre (illustrator). Engraving, circa 1900s (4 x 6 inch) of Ormsby M. Mitchell (1809-1862), in his military uniform. Became a General during the Civil War and was also a highly regarded astronomer.
Seller Inventory # 10597
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Engraving, circa 1900s (4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inch oval) of Benjamin Butler (1818-1893), in civilian clothing. In 1862 as a Major General he was made military governor of New Orleans. Most famous for the hanging of William Mumford, for removing the U.S. flag from the local mint; issuing the "Woman Order" regarding the women of New Orleans making them fair game and his confiscation of $800,000 from the Dutch consul (later returned). An incompetent general with political influence he gained command of the Army of the James, but was removed by Grant for his blundering failures. Later became a Governor of Massachusetts in 1883, after being in congress for some 10 years.
Seller Inventory # 10600
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Engraved By W.T. Bather. (illustrator). Engraving, circa 1900s (3 x 5 1/2 inch) of Robert Anderson (1805-1871) in military uniform. Wounded in the Mexican-American War, served in the military till being put at Fort Sumter to witness the beginning of the Civil War and became the "hero of Fort Sumter". Was a brigadier-general in 1861 while commanding the Department of Kentucky and Cumberland, made a major-general in 1865. Was at Fort Sumter in 1865 when the original flag was re raised.
Seller Inventory # 10601
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Engraving, circa 1900s (4 1/2 x 5 3/4 inch) of Pierre G. Beauregard (1818-1893) in military uniform. Served in the Mexican-American War and engineer in charge at New Orleans (1858-61) for the military. Joined the south after the war began and led the attack on Fort Sumter. He commanded the line at the 1st Bull Run, became a general in 1861 and transfered to the West where he served under Johnston at Shiloh. Served in the Carolinas and defeated Butler in 1864. After the war he became a railroad president and published several books about the Civil War.
Seller Inventory # 10602
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Engraving, circa 1900s (3 3/4 x 5 1/4 inch) of George B. McClellan (1826-1885), in military uniform. Graduate of West Point, cited in the Mexican-American War for bravery, and a gifted observer of military organization in Europe, McClellan resigned in 1857. As a vice-president for the Illinois Central RR he became acquainted with Lincoln. He took command the Dept. of Ohio as Major General for the Republic and was given command of the armies around Washington and succeeded General Scott as Commander in Charge of the Army. With marked success he undertook the complex task of organizing and trading the Union armies. However he was reluctant to attack and after Antietam when McClellan delayed in pursuing Lee, Lincoln removed him. He ran for President in 1864 and lost. Became Governor of New Jersey after the war (1878-81). His autobiography was McCLELLAN'S OWN STORY (1887).
Seller Inventory # 10603
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Engraving, circa 1900s (4 x 5 1/4 inch) of George H. Perkins (b.1836), in naval uniform. Naval officer in the Union navy, graduated from Annapolis in 1861, and served in New Orleans on ships at its capture and occupation, served on gun-boats along the lower Mississippi and served on various boats in the southern blockade. Stayed in the navy after the war.
Seller Inventory # 10604
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Engraving, circa 1900s (4 1/2 x 5 1/2 inch) of Stewart L. Woodford (1835-1913), in civilian clothing. A Union officer and General who was military governor of Charleston. After the war he was Lt.Governor of New York (1867-69), Congressman 1873-74; and Minister to Spain (1897).
Seller Inventory # 10605
No Binding. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. A.H. Ritchie (illustrator). Steel engraving (3 1/2 x 5 inch) on a sheet (5 1/2 x 9 inch). Henry Bellows (1814-1882) was an American clergyman famous for his oratory and lyceum. Was founder and first and only President of the United States Sanitary Commission between 1861 and 1878. His most famous work was UNCONDITIONAL LOYALTY (1863) which was widely read during the Civil War and was very pro union.
Seller Inventory # 11098
Hardcover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Engraved By W.T. Bather. (illustrator). Engraving from a photograph, circa 1900s (4 1/4 x 5 3/4 inch) of Edward Hastings Ripley (1839-1915) from Vermont, seated in civilian clothing. Joined the Vermont Volunteers as a private, rising rapidly to a colonel in 1863 serving in the Peninsular campaigns, in the Carolinas, and back to Virginia and as General took over command of Richmond and re-establish order which he did to much admiration and note. Became a banker in Vermont after the war, and built the Holland House in New York City.
Seller Inventory # 10578
Published by First Manassas Corporation, Washington, D. C., 1961
Hardcover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. 64 pages, double map at center, navy leatherette stamped in gilt, small booklet just missing being a miniature at 3 1/4 x 2 1/8". Nice copy.
Seller Inventory # 6562
Published by Roycrofters, East Aurora, N.Y., 1902
Soft cover. Condition: Collectible-Very Good. (1902, reprinted from Cosmopolitan Magazine). 16 pages, printed wrapper, 5 1/4 x 4". Nice copy, partly unopened. Gives text of a letter from Lincoln to Major-General Hooker warning him about criticizing those above him and withholding aid from fellow officers, then Hubbard adds his preaching.
Seller Inventory # 6300