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Books & Manuscripts
Wed, Jan 17 2018 10:00 AM

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Lot 154
1 Piece. Autograph letter signed from Theodore Roosevelt presumably to John Sergeant Wise.

Sold for $1,063 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 155
3 Vols. Collection of books on the death of George Washington.

Sold for $344 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 156
6 Vols. Signed and some inscribed books by William H. Taft.

Sold for $7,150 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 157
6 Pieces. Prints, primarily hand-colored lithographs.

Sold for $500 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 158
4 Pieces. Americana prints, all hand-colored lithographs. Three by publisher N. Currier and one by publisher J. Baillie.

Sold for $313 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 159
1 Piece. Hand-colored engraving, Pater Patriae, Sacred to Memory of the Truely Illustrious George Washington...

Sold for $4,375 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 160
4 Pieces. American hand-colored lithographs and other graphics.

Sold for $500 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 161
3 Pieces. Chromolithographs by lithographers Robertson, Seibert, & Sherman and published by N. S. Bennett.

Sold for $594 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 162
3 Pieces. Hand-colored lithographs relating to mourning.

Sold for $344 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 163
1 Piece. Manuscript copy of Hail, Columbia [The Presidents March], lyrics by Joseph Hopkinson.

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Lot 164
1 Piece. Autograph letter signed by George Washington as President of the United States. To Edward Rutledge, Nov. 23, 1789.

Sold for $27,300 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 165
19 Pieces. 19th century imprints relating to American slavery and other social evils.

Sold for $585 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 166
9 Pieces. Americana abolistionists and allies. Autograph and typed letters signed, written to or relating to John Sergeant Wise.

Sold for $293 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 167
Lot. Photographs of boxing and other sporting subjects (including baseball).

Sold for $281 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 168
1 Vol. The Art of Romare Bearden, the Prevalence of Ritual inscribed and signed by Romare (Bearden).

Sold for $281 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 169
1 Vol. My Life with Martin Luther King, Jr. by Coretta Scott King. Signed.

Sold for $188 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 170
6 Vols. Collection of books on mourning in America.

Sold for $200 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 171
1 Vol. German-American printing. Gottes Schreckliches Gericht an William Burn, wegen einem falschen Eyd.

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Lot 172
4 Pieces. Americana prints. Das Leben und Alter der Menschen, Das Neue Jerusalem, The Tree of Life, and The Life & Age of Woman.

Sold for $1,375 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 173
Lot. 19th century Latin Translations and Schoolboys Manuscripts. Clapp, T[haddeus]. [Dorchester?], Massachusetts, ca. 1825-35.

Sold for $125 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 174
7 Vols. Early American childrens books.

Sold for $375 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 175
2 Pieces. Printed Broadsides of Early Philadelphia Female Ladies Societies.

Sold for $750 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 176
5 Pieces. A Lovers Poems to His Beloved. Author Anonymous. Philadelphia, ca 1800.

Sold for $281 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 177
1 Vol. Schoolgirls Astronomical Sketchbook. Composed ca. 1833. Original illustrations in ink and watercolor.

Sold for $2,250 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 178
5 Pieces. Autograph material from 19th century notable American women.

Sold for $188 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 180
10 Pieces. Cased 19th century American photographs of the Lewis Family of Philadelphia.

Sold for $1,875 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 181
Lot. Autograph material and ephemera relating to the prominent Wise Family of Virginia, ca. 1850-1920.

Sold for $500 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 182
1 Vol. Federal Harmony... by Asahel Benham on early American music.

Sold for $1,063 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 183
9 Pieces. Autograph material from American performers and artists. Mostly autograph letters to or relating to John Sergeant Wise.

Sold for $195 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 184
2 Vols. Signed books by John Philip Sousa. Marching Along: Recollections of Men, Women and Music and Pipetown Sandy.

Sold for $625 (buyer's premium included)
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