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FINE PHOTOS FEATURING STEPHEN WHITE COLLECTION

by Swann Auction Galleries

Platinum House

239 lots with images

March 23, 2010

Live Auction

104 East 25th Street

New York, NY, 10010 USA

Phone: 212.254.4710

Fax: 212 979 1017

Email: swann@swanngalleries.com

239 Lots
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(IMMIGRATION)

Lot 1: (IMMIGRATION) "George Billings Rago Displayed on the American Flag."

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Description: (IMMIGRATION) "George Billings Rago Displayed on the American Flag." Cyanotype, 4 1/4x3 inches (10.8x7.6 cm.), with a period newspaper article adhered to mount verso. 1905

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PARKINSON, MORRIS BURKE (circa 1847-1926)

Lot 2: PARKINSON, MORRIS BURKE (circa 1847-1926) "Blacksmithing."

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Description: PARKINSON, MORRIS BURKE (circa 1847-1926) "Blacksmithing." Mammoth albumen print with artfully applied gouache highlights, 20x16 inches (50.8x40.6 cm.), on a period mount, with Parkinson's credit and copyright in the negative. 1896

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DODGE, STEPHEN O. (1842-?) A compelling boudoir card titled

Lot 3: DODGE, STEPHEN O. (1842-?) A compelling boudoir card titled "Uncle Ben (100 Years Old) and His 7th Wife."

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Description: DODGE, STEPHEN O. (1842-?) A compelling boudoir card titled "Uncle Ben (100 Years Old) and His 7th Wife." Printing-out-paper print, 4 3/4x8 inches (12.1x20.3 cm.), with Dodge's credit, the title and copyright date in gilt-letterpress on mount recto; with a Chattanooga, Tenn. booksellers's imprint on mount verso; all edges gilt. 1893

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MOORE, ELBRIDGE WILLIS (1857- ?)

Lot 4: MOORE, ELBRIDGE WILLIS (1857- ?) "Captain and Chief Engineer of the Kassald, Columbia River, Oregon."

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Description: MOORE, ELBRIDGE WILLIS (1857- ?) "Captain and Chief Engineer of the Kassald, Columbia River, Oregon." Mixed-media albumen print, 7 1/2x4 3/4 inches (19.1x12.1 cm.), with a hand-drawn nautical cut-out (which is weaving in and out of the photograph) adhered to the mount, and metal circular studs tacked to a secondary mount; with gilt edges and a label containing Moore's name. 1886

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HAWES, JOSIAH J. (1808-1908)

Lot 5: HAWES, JOSIAH J. (1808-1908) "Boston Common, Massachusetts."

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Description: HAWES, JOSIAH J. (1808-1908) "Boston Common, Massachusetts." Albumen print, 13 1/4x11 1/4 inches (33.7x28.6 cm.), on a contemporary mount. Circa 1870

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(CLASS ALBUM)

Lot 6: (CLASS ALBUM) "Harvard College, Class of 1862" (belonging to Arthur Reed).

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Description: (CLASS ALBUM) "Harvard College, Class of 1862" (belonging to Arthur Reed). With more than 90 rich prints, comprising 15 oval studies of faculty members (including Peabody, Loring, Sophocles, and others), 5 scenes of the campus, 2 group portraits of the class of '62, and 70 studies of students. Each of the portraits is signed on mount recto. Salted paper prints, the single portraits are 6x4 3/4 inches (15.2x12 cm.) and the picturesque scenes of the campus and group portraits are 6x8 inches (15.2x20.3 cm.). Folio, 1/2 morocco. 1862

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PURVIANCE, WILLIAM T. (active 1860s-1870s)

Lot 7: PURVIANCE, WILLIAM T. (active 1860s-1870s) "Fairmount Waterworks, Philadelphia."

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Description: PURVIANCE, WILLIAM T. (active 1860s-1870s) "Fairmount Waterworks, Philadelphia." Albumen print, 9 3/4x13 inches (24.8x33 cm.), flush mounted to a contemporary board, with the title, in the negative; on the Philadelphia Railroad series gilt-ruled mount with the photographer's letterpress credit, title, and series title on recto. Circa 1870

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WATKINS, CARLETON E. (1829-1916)

Lot 8: WATKINS, CARLETON E. (1829-1916) "The Devil's Slide, Weber Cañon, W.P.R.R., Utah."

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Description: WATKINS, CARLETON E. (1829-1916) "The Devil's Slide, Weber Cañon, W.P.R.R., Utah." Oval albumen print, 5x6 1/4 inches (12.7x15.9 cm.), sheet size 7x9 inches (17.8x22.9 cm.), with Watkins's signature and title, in pencil, on verso. Circa 1873-1874

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RUSSELL, ANDREW J. (1829-1902)

Lot 9: RUSSELL, ANDREW J. (1829-1902) "Golden Spike Ceremony with Flag and Camera, Promontory Point, Utah."

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Description: RUSSELL, ANDREW J. (1829-1902) "Golden Spike Ceremony with Flag and Camera, Promontory Point, Utah." Albumen print, 9x12 inches (22.9x30.5 cm.), with period notations, in an unknown hand, on mount verso. 1869

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MUYBRIDGE, EADWEARD (1830-1904) Thirteen-part panorama of San Francisco, California.

Lot 10: MUYBRIDGE, EADWEARD (1830-1904) Thirteen-part panorama of San Francisco, California.

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Description: MUYBRIDGE, EADWEARD (1830-1904) Thirteen-part panorama of San Francisco, California. Toned silver prints (13), each approximately 18x15 inches (45.7x38.1 cm.), total size measuring approximately 195 inches (495 cm.) in length, flush mounted, each framed in lucite. 1878; printed 1973

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RAU, WILLIAM H. (1855-1920)

Lot 11: RAU, WILLIAM H. (1855-1920) "Lattimer Colliery, No. 3, L.V.R.R."

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Description: RAU, WILLIAM H. (1855-1920) "Lattimer Colliery, No. 3, L.V.R.R." Mammoth albumen print, 17x20 1/4 (43.2x51.4 cm.), on a contemporary mount, with Rau's credit, title and numeric notations in the negative. Circa 1890

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WILLIAMS & MCDONALD

Lot 12: WILLIAMS & MCDONALD "Denver, Colorado, U.S.A." (Cross-country wagon train).

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Description: WILLIAMS & MCDONALD "Denver, Colorado, U.S.A." (Cross-country wagon train). Albumen print, 5 3/4x7 3/4 inches (14.6x19.7 cm.), with the location, in ink, on the paper mount recto. 1868

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HUFFMAN, LATON A. (1879-1931)

Lot 13: HUFFMAN, LATON A. (1879-1931) "Jerk Line 12 on the Old North Mnt. Freight Road."

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Description: HUFFMAN, LATON A. (1879-1931) "Jerk Line 12 on the Old North Mnt. Freight Road." Panoramic-format, hand-colored sepia-toned silver print, 7 1/2x19 1/2 inches (19x49.5 cm.), with Huffman's signature, copyright and title, in white ink, on recto. Circa 1895

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FLY, CAMILLUS S. (1849-1901) Geronimo leaving Fort Bowie for Florida, Arizona Territory.

Lot 14: FLY, CAMILLUS S. (1849-1901) Geronimo leaving Fort Bowie for Florida, Arizona Territory.

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Description: FLY, CAMILLUS S. (1849-1901) Geronimo leaving Fort Bowie for Florida, Arizona Territory. Albumen print, 4 1/2x7 1/2 inches (11.4x19 cm.), with Fly's Tombstone gallery stamp and notations, in ink, in a period hand, on mount verso. 1886

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TABER, ISAIAH (1830-1912) General Nelson A. Miles.

Lot 15: TABER, ISAIAH (1830-1912) General Nelson A. Miles.

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Description: SIGNED BY MILES TABER, ISAIAH (1830-1912) General Nelson A. Miles. Albumen print, 11 1/2x6 3/4 inches (29.2x17.1 cm.), with Taber's gilt-letterpress credit and studio location on mount recto and Miles's signature, in ink, on print recto; all edges gilt. Circa 1895

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BARRY, D.F. (1854-1934) Pair of distinctive portraits of Chief Gall.

Lot 16: BARRY, D.F. (1854-1934) Pair of distinctive portraits of Chief Gall.

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Description: BARRY, D.F. (1854-1934) Pair of distinctive portraits of Chief Gall. Together, 2 photographs. Arch topped albumen and toned silver print, 11 1/4x9 and 11 1/4x5 3/4 inches (visible) (28.6x22.9 and 28.6x14.6 cm.), the first with the subject's name, in ink, on recto, Barry's copyright printed on mount recto and an inscription from Barry and Roland Reed with a date, 1894, in ink, on mount verso; the second with Barry's copyright in the negative and his debossed stamp on recto; mounted. Circa 1885; the second printed circa 1910

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RINEHART, FRANK A. (1861-1928)

Lot 17: RINEHART, FRANK A. (1861-1928) "Chief Mountain, Blackfeet No. 5."

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Description: RINEHART, FRANK A. (1861-1928) "Chief Mountain, Blackfeet No. 5." Oversize sepia-toned silver print, 15 3/4x12 1/4 inches (40x31.1 cm.), flush mounted to a period mount, with Rinehart's credit, title, number, date and "Omaha," in the negative. 1898; printed circa 1920

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CURTIS, EDWARD S. (1868-1952)

Lot 18: CURTIS, EDWARD S. (1868-1952) "The Vanishing Race" [Navaho].

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Description: CURTIS, EDWARD S. (1868-1952) "The Vanishing Race" [Navaho]. Platinum print, 6x8 inches (15.2x20.3 cm.), triple-mounted, with Curtis's signature, in ink, and his embossed copyright stamp on recto, his embossed studio stamp on the tertiary mount recto and his studio label (trimmed) on mount verso. 1904

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(BUFFALO BILL)

Lot 19: (BUFFALO BILL) "Colonel William F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) walking through his camp at the Exposition in Paris" by Luguer.

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Description: (BUFFALO BILL) "Colonel William F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) walking through his camp at the Exposition in Paris" by Luguer. Warm-toned circular silver print, 5 3/4x6 inches (14.6x15.2 cm.), sheet size 10x8 inches (25.4x20.3 cm.), with initials in the negative and a signature, title, date and notations, in ink, on verso. 1889; printed 1890s

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JOHNSTON, JOHN S. (1830s?-1899)

Lot 20: JOHNSTON, JOHN S. (1830s?-1899) "Elevated Railroad, Bowery from Chatham St., N.Y.C."

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Description: JOHNSTON, JOHN S. (1830s?-1899) "Elevated Railroad, Bowery from Chatham St., N.Y.C." Albumen print, 6 1/4x8 inches (15.9x20.3 cm.), with the title, in ink, in a period hand, on mount recto. Circa 1890

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BEALS, JESSIE TARBOX (1870-1942) Untitled (Flatiron Building).

Lot 21: BEALS, JESSIE TARBOX (1870-1942) Untitled (Flatiron Building).

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Description: BEALS, JESSIE TARBOX (1870-1942) Untitled (Flatiron Building). Silver bromide print, 9x12 3/4 inches (22.9x32.4 cm.), with Beals's signature (trimmed), in ink, on recto and notations, in pencil, in an unknown hand, on verso. Circa 1905

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BROWN BROTHERS

Lot 22: BROWN BROTHERS "Triangle Fire Victims Awaiting Identification."

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Description: BROWN BROTHERS "Triangle Fire Victims Awaiting Identification." Silver print, 6x7 3/4 inches (15.2x19.7 cm.), with the title, in pencil, in an unknown hand, and the Brown Brothers's hand stamp on verso. 1911

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LOMEN BROTHERS Untitled (children in Nome, Alaska).

Lot 23: LOMEN BROTHERS Untitled (children in Nome, Alaska).

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Description: LOMEN BROTHERS Untitled (children in Nome, Alaska). Warm-toned silver print, 7 1/2x9 inches (19.1x22.9 cm.), with the Lomen Brothers's credit, date, and inventory number, "213," in the negative. 1905

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HINE, LEWIS W. (1874-1940) Untitled (field hands picking berries).

Lot 24: HINE, LEWIS W. (1874-1940) Untitled (field hands picking berries).

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Description: HINE, LEWIS W. (1874-1940) Untitled (field hands picking berries). Silver print, 4 1/2x6 1/2 inches (11.3x16.5 cm.), with numeric notations, "837," and "Lecture Slide #61," in pencil, in an unknown hand, on verso. Circa 1910

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HINE, LEWIS W. (1874-1940)

Lot 25: HINE, LEWIS W. (1874-1940) "Vance, a trapper boy, coal mine" (shut this door).

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Description: HINE, LEWIS W. (1874-1940) "Vance, a trapper boy, coal mine" (shut this door). Silver print, 4 1/4x6 inches (10.8x15.2 cm.), flush mounted to a contemporary board. 1908

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DETROIT PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPANY

Lot 26: DETROIT PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPANY "Breaker Boys" (Woodward Coal Mines, Kingston, Pennsylvania).

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Description: DETROIT PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPANY "Breaker Boys" (Woodward Coal Mines, Kingston, Pennsylvania). Silver print with hand-coloring, 9x7 1/4 inches (22.9x18.4 cm.), with the Detroit Photographic Co. copyright and date in the negative and a title and date, in pencil, in an unknown hand, on the (contemporary) mount verso. Circa 1900

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HINE, LEWIS W. (1874-1940)

Lot 27: HINE, LEWIS W. (1874-1940) "Coal Breaker Boys, Pittston, Pennsylvania."

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Description: HINE, LEWIS W. (1874-1940) "Coal Breaker Boys, Pittston, Pennsylvania." Silver print, 7 1/2x9 1/2 inches (19.1x24.1 cm.), with Hine's signature, in pencil and his Interpretive Photography hand stamp on verso. 1910; printed 1930s

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EVANS, WALKER (1903-1975)

Lot 28: EVANS, WALKER (1903-1975) "Country Store, Vicinity Moundville, Alabama."

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Description: EVANS, WALKER (1903-1975) "Country Store, Vicinity Moundville, Alabama." Silver print, 7 1/2x9 1/2 inches (19.1x24.1 cm.), with the Resettlement Administration's number "RA-8159-A" in the negative and the Lunn Gallery hand stamp with various notations, in pencil, on verso. 1936; printed 1940s-1950s

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STRAND, PAUL (1890-1976)

Lot 29: STRAND, PAUL (1890-1976) "Mr. Bennett, West River Valley, Vermont."

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Description: STRAND, PAUL (1890-1976) "Mr. Bennett, West River Valley, Vermont." Silver print, 7x9 1/4 inches (17.8x23.5 cm.), flush mounted, with Strand's signature, title, date, inscription and technical notations, in ink, on mount verso. 1944; printed 1961

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WOLCOTT, MARION POST (1910-1990)

Lot 30: WOLCOTT, MARION POST (1910-1990) "Tenant Farmer's Children, One with Rickets, on Badly Eroded Land near Wadsboro, Nother Carolina."

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Description: WOLCOTT, MARION POST (1910-1990) "Tenant Farmer's Children, One with Rickets, on Badly Eroded Land near Wadsboro, Nother Carolina." Silver print, 8 1/2x8 3/4 inches (21.6x22.2 cm.), with Wolcott's signature and notations, in pencil, on verso. 1938; printed 1979

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MORRIS, WRIGHT (1910-1992)

Lot 31: MORRIS, WRIGHT (1910-1992) "Farmhouse in Winter, near Lincoln, Nebraska."

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Description: MORRIS, WRIGHT (1910-1992) "Farmhouse in Winter, near Lincoln, Nebraska." Silver print, 7 1/2x9 1/2 inches (19.1x24.1 cm.), with Morris's signature, in pencil, on verso. 1940; printed 1970s

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DRYDEN STUDIO Presidents Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt and Lincoln, Mount Rushmore, South Dakota.

Lot 32: DRYDEN STUDIO Presidents Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt and Lincoln, Mount Rushmore, South Dakota.

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Description: DRYDEN STUDIO Presidents Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt and Lincoln, Mount Rushmore, South Dakota. Hand-colored silver print, 11x14 inches (27.9x35.6 cm.), with the title, in ink, and the Dryden's Photo Shop embossed stamp on recto. Circa 1955

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SIMONS, MONTGOMERY P. (attributed to) A commanding half-plate daguerreotype of Henry Clay, the

Lot 33: SIMONS, MONTGOMERY P. (attributed to) A commanding half-plate daguerreotype of Henry Clay, the "Great Compromiser,"

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Description: "I AM CLAY IN THE HANDS OF A POTTER, LET HIM MOULD ME AS HE WILL" SIMONS, MONTGOMERY P. (attributed to) A commanding half-plate daguerreotype of Henry Clay, the "Great Compromiser," with an inscription, in ink, in a period hand, on verso reading "given by Henry Clay to Isacca Fuller;" in a leather case. Circa 1848

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KÄSEBIER, GERTRUDE (1852-1934) Portrait of Abraham Lincoln.

Lot 34: KÄSEBIER, GERTRUDE (1852-1934) Portrait of Abraham Lincoln.

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Description: KÄSEBIER, GERTRUDE (1852-1934) Portrait of Abraham Lincoln. Platinum print, 13 1/2x10 inches (34.3x25.4 cm.), on a period mount, with Käsebier's signature, in pencil, on recto. 1923

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POWELL, GEORGE MAY & CO. (1835-1905)

Lot 35: POWELL, GEORGE MAY & CO. (1835-1905) "The Last Great National Leaders."

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Description: POWELL, GEORGE MAY & CO. (1835-1905) "The Last Great National Leaders." Oval albumen print, 14x12 inches (35.6x30.5 cm.), with notations, in ink, in an unknown hand, on mount recto. 1863; printed circa 1880

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GARDNER, ALEXANDER (1821-1882) Hartman Richter on board the U.S.S. Saugus (after the assassination of President Lincoln).

Lot 36: GARDNER, ALEXANDER (1821-1882) Hartman Richter on board the U.S.S. Saugus (after the assassination of President Lincoln).

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Description: GARDNER, ALEXANDER (1821-1882) Hartman Richter on board the U.S.S. Saugus (after the assassination of President Lincoln). Albumen print, 8 1/2x7 inches (21.6x17.8 cm.), with notations, in pencil, on verso. 1865

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(COLLAGE) Oversize Civil War-era photocollage with scores of cut-out albumen portraits and period engravings.

Lot 37: (COLLAGE) Oversize Civil War-era photocollage with scores of cut-out albumen portraits and period engravings.

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Description: (COLLAGE) Oversize Civil War-era photocollage with scores of cut-out albumen portraits and period engravings. In the center of this artful construction is a grieving widow, who's surrounded by pictures of Lincoln, Mary Todd Lincoln, Generals Grant, Sheridan, and Sherman, President Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thumb, and a host of (unidentified) family members, several of whom are Union soldiers; many of the figures have a handwritten number (lacks the "key"). Overall size, 13 1/4x19 1/4 inches (33.6x52 cm.), sheet size 15 3/4x20 1/2 inches (40.1x52 cm.). Circa 1864

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UNIDENTIFIED PHOTOGRAPHER

Lot 38: UNIDENTIFIED PHOTOGRAPHER "Parade, Champlain, Illinois."

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Description: UNIDENTIFIED PHOTOGRAPHER "Parade, Champlain, Illinois." Albumen print, 13x16 1/2 inches (33x42 cm.), on a contemporary mount. Circa 1872

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JARVIS, JOHN F. (1850-?)

Lot 39: JARVIS, JOHN F. (1850-?) "Inauguration of President Cleveland."

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Description: JARVIS, JOHN F. (1850-?) "Inauguration of President Cleveland." Albumen print, 8 1/4x12 1/4 inches (21x31.1 cm.), with the title, in ink, in a period hand, on mount recto, and photographer J.F. Jarvis's credit. 1885

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SAVAGE, CHARLES R. (1832-1909)

Lot 40: SAVAGE, CHARLES R. (1832-1909) "Central Tunnel, Cañon of Grand River, Colo., D & R.G.R.R."

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Description: SAVAGE, CHARLES R. (1832-1909) "Central Tunnel, Cañon of Grand River, Colo., D & R.G.R.R." Mammoth printing-out-paper (Aristotype) print, 16 3/4x21 inches (42.5x53.3 cm.), on a period mount, with Savage's credit and title in the negative. Circa 1890

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ARMITAGE, PERCY CHESTER (1878-1946)

Lot 41: ARMITAGE, PERCY CHESTER (1878-1946) "Hot Number Tunnel, 1200 Foot Section."

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Description: ARMITAGE, PERCY CHESTER (1878-1946) "Hot Number Tunnel, 1200 Foot Section." Silver print, 17 3/4x21 3/4 inches (45.1x55.2 cm.), with Armitage's copyright and title in the negative. 1907

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BLACK, JAMES WALLACE (1825-1896) Kit Carson.

Lot 42: BLACK, JAMES WALLACE (1825-1896) Kit Carson.

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Description: WITH CARSON'S SIGNATURE AND INSCRIPTION BLACK, JAMES WALLACE (1825-1896) Kit Carson. Albumen print, 11 1/4x8 1/2 inches (28.6x21.6 cm.), on the two-toned original mount, with Carson's signature and inscription "With the Compliments of the original," in ink, on mount recto. 1868

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INGERSOLL, TRUMAN WARD (1862-1922) Young Theodore Roosevelt, deputy in the Dakotas.

Lot 43: INGERSOLL, TRUMAN WARD (1862-1922) Young Theodore Roosevelt, deputy in the Dakotas.

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Description: INGERSOLL, TRUMAN WARD (1862-1922) Young Theodore Roosevelt, deputy in the Dakotas. Albumen print, 4x5 3/4 inches (10x14.8 cm.), on the Ingersoll St. Paul card mount. 1885

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PRESCOTT & WHITE (active 1860s-1880s)

Lot 44: PRESCOTT & WHITE (active 1860s-1880s) "Colt's Patent Fire Arms Mfg. Co's Works, Hartford, Conn."

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Description: PRESCOTT & WHITE (active 1860s-1880s) "Colt's Patent Fire Arms Mfg. Co's Works, Hartford, Conn." Mammoth albumen print, 15x19 inches (38.1x48.3 cm.), with Prescott & White's credit, title and copyright printed on mount recto. 1869

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MARTIN, ALEX (active 1870s-1890s)

Lot 45: MARTIN, ALEX (active 1870s-1890s) "Engineer's Excursion Over the 'Loop,' U.P.R.R."

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Description: MARTIN, ALEX (active 1870s-1890s) "Engineer's Excursion Over the 'Loop,' U.P.R.R." Mammoth albumen print, 17 1/2x21 1/4 inches (44.5x54 cm.), on a period mount, with Martin's credit, title and date in the negative. 1889

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COOK, C.F. (active 1850s-1880s)

Lot 46: COOK, C.F. (active 1850s-1880s) "Susquehanna Coal Company, Breaker No. 6, Glen Lyon, Luzerne, County, PA."

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Description: COOK, C.F. (active 1850s-1880s) "Susquehanna Coal Company, Breaker No. 6, Glen Lyon, Luzerne, County, PA." Mammoth albumen print, 17x21 inches (43.2x53.3 cm.), with Cook's credit and the title printed on mount recto. Circa 1870

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COULES & MCBRIDE

Lot 47: COULES & MCBRIDE "The Great 'Homestake' Mills, Largest Gold Mills in the World" * "Gigantic Work of Human Hands and Giant Powder."

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Description: WITH A VIEW OF THE TOWN OF DEADWOOD COULES & MCBRIDE "The Great 'Homestake' Mills, Largest Gold Mills in the World" * "Gigantic Work of Human Hands and Giant Powder." Together, 2 photographs. Albumen prints, each approximately 7x9 inches (17.8x22.9 cm.), both with the photogapher's credit and caption on a label in the negative. 1888

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GOETZMAN, HENRY J. (1864 -?) Pair of variant prints of the Chilkoot Pass (en route to Klondike Gold Fields).

Lot 48: GOETZMAN, HENRY J. (1864 -?) Pair of variant prints of the Chilkoot Pass (en route to Klondike Gold Fields).

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Description: GOETZMAN, HENRY J. (1864 -?) Pair of variant prints of the Chilkoot Pass (en route to Klondike Gold Fields). Together, 2 photographs. Enlarged silver prints, approximately 15x19 inches (38.1x48.3 cm.), each with Goetzman's title, Dawson copyright and numeric notation in the negative. 1898; printed circa 1910-1920s

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(PITTSBURGH) Untitled (the riverboat Joseph B. Williams from Pittsburgh, refueling).

Lot 49: (PITTSBURGH) Untitled (the riverboat Joseph B. Williams from Pittsburgh, refueling).

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Description: (PITTSBURGH) Untitled (the riverboat Joseph B. Williams from Pittsburgh, refueling). Hand-colored mammoth albumen print, 13 1/2x21 3/4 inches (34.3x55.2 cm.), on the original mount. Circa 1876

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WALDACK, CHARLES (active 1860-1870)

Lot 50: WALDACK, CHARLES (active 1860-1870) "Cincinnati & Covington Suspension Bridge."

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Description: WALDACK, CHARLES (active 1860-1870) "Cincinnati & Covington Suspension Bridge." Arch-topped hand-colored oversize albumen print, 11x15 3/4 inches (28x40 cm.), on an ink-ruled mount, with the C. Waldack & Co. debossed stamp and the title and bridge's dimensions printed on the original label on mount recto. 1866-1867

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