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Antique Papal Zouave Uniform, Gray Wool with Red Trim, Brass Buttons
Zouaves Pontificaux, Multinational Fighting Force that Defended the Vatican


Antique Papal Zouave Uniform, Gray Wool with Red Trim, Brass Buttons
Zouaves Pontificaux, Multinational Fighting Force that Defended the Vatican, entire view 1

A regiment of volunteers from all over Christendom who banded together to defend
Blessed Pope Pius IX and his temporal sovereignty between 1860 and 1871; their
uniform is a combination of the uniform of the Zouaves of Africa and the one of the
French infantries. This uniform would change the title of “bataillon de tirailleurs” into the
famous “Zouaves Pontificaux.”The New York Herald of 10 June 1868 numbered the
zouaves at 4,592, including 50 Englishmen, 10 Scots, 101 Irish, 14 Americans and 135
Canadians. Even Africa and China were represented. The largest nationality was,
perhaps surprisingly, the Dutch (1,910), followed by the French (1,301).


Antique Papal Zouave Uniform, Gray Wool with Red Trim, Brass Buttons
Zouaves Pontificaux, Multinational Fighting Force that Defended the Vatican, entire view 2

Antique Papal Zouave Uniform, Gray Wool with Red Trim, Brass Buttons
Zouaves Pontificaux, Multinational Fighting Force that Defended the Vatican, entire view 3

$10,375.00

232-364




Historic Civil War Sketches, Point Lookout Prison,
by John Jacob Ommenhausser
Maryland Prisoner of War Camp, John Jacob Omenhausser (1832-1877)
Date/Period: 1864-1865


Historic Civil War Sketches, Point Lookout Prison, by John Jacob Ommenhausser Maryland Prisoner of War Camp, John Jacob Omenhausser (1832-1877), entire view

Measurement: View: 8.125" x 5.75"

Material: Watercolor and pencil on paper [probably sent by his family]

Condition: Fine, excellent original condition, each displaying strong color

Additional Information: Watercolor sketches attributed to Private John Jacob
Omenhausser, Co. A, 46th Virginia Infantry who was captured near Petersburg in 1864
and transferred to Point Lookout Prison Camp where he remained incarcerated for
nearly one year. Point Lookout was a miserable overpopulated camp offering
inadequate shelter, lacking adequate clothing, blankets, and rations. The guards
perpetrated violence against the prisoners.

The artist is known to have been a candymaker before the war, however his passion
was journalism. He produced watercolor sketches documenting events and daily prison
life as he observed during his yearlong imprisonment. Omenhausser may have traded
his artistic skills… his sketches, as a medium of exchange with Union officers for extra
rations, blankets, and other amenities of survival.

These works, each with annotations describing the scenes present a rare firsthand
glimpse of daily life within the walls of the infamous camps as memorialized by John
Jacob Ommenhausser during is internment. As an example –
Prisoners were allowed to fish the bay to augment meals. See the drawing
depicting “Capt. J. W. BARNES ASST, PROV. MARSHAL” - annotation No. 4,
“Here’s your Mackerell [sic] for your Bread” …5. Here’s your tobacco for your
fish.

These detailed sketches are believed to have originated in one of four sketchbooks.
They were obviously removed from a sketch pad or book.

Literature: Renditions of all but “Tobacco Pedlers” [sic] are published within Point
Lookout Prison Camp For Confederates (1983) by Edwin W. Beitzell and in “I Am Busy
Drawing Pictures”
The Civil War Art and Letters of Private John Jacob Omenhausser,
CSA by Ross Kimmel and Michael Musik. Also, Sketches From Prison: A Confederate
Artist’s Record Of Life at Point Lookout Prisoner-Of-War Camp,
1863-1865 (1990).

Titles:
• STEAM ENGINE MADE BY A CONFEDERATE PRISONER AT POINT
LOOKOUT MARYLAND
• TOBACCO PEDLERS [sic]
• WASHING MACHINES
• Capt. J. W. BARNES ASST, PROV. MARSHAL
• ENTRANCE TO THE PRISONER’S CAMP
• PRISON COOKHOUSE

$9,750.00 LOT OF 6

216-655


Historic Civil War Sketches, Point Lookout Prison, by John Jacob Ommenhausser Maryland Prisoner of War Camp, John Jacob Omenhausser (1832-1877), entire view 2

Historic Civil War Sketches, Point Lookout Prison, by John Jacob Ommenhausser Maryland Prisoner of War Camp, John Jacob Omenhausser (1832-1877), entire view 3

Historic Civil War Sketches, Point Lookout Prison, by John Jacob Ommenhausser Maryland Prisoner of War Camp, John Jacob Omenhausser (1832-1877), entire view 4

Historic Civil War Sketches, Point Lookout Prison, by John Jacob Ommenhausser Maryland Prisoner of War Camp, John Jacob Omenhausser (1832-1877), entire view 5

Historic Civil War Sketches, Point Lookout Prison, by John Jacob Ommenhausser Maryland Prisoner of War Camp, John Jacob Omenhausser (1832-1877), entire view 6

Historic Civil War Sketches, Point Lookout Prison, by John Jacob Ommenhausser Maryland Prisoner of War Camp, John Jacob Omenhausser (1832-1877), detail view

Historic Civil War Sketches, Point Lookout Prison, by John Jacob Ommenhausser Maryland Prisoner of War Camp, John Jacob Omenhausser (1832-1877), book view



Civil War, Prisoner Of War Autograph Book, Point Lookout Prison, Maryland
The autograph book of Carrie C. Morfit, Baltimore, Maryland


Civil War, Prisoner Of War Autograph Book, Point Lookout Prison, Maryland

This small, 6 by 3.75”, 82-page book, contains the autographs and annotations of approximately 157 Confederate company grade officers held prisoner at Point Lookout, Maryland. Many of the names are those of officers captured at Cheshire, Ohio while serving in General John Hunt Morgan’s division. During this fruitless “raid”, which occurred July 2 – 26th, 1863, most of Morgan’s force was captured, killed or reported missing. There are also the names of officers who were captured at Shiloh in 1862, as well as Gettysburg, Spotsylvania Court House, Petersburg and places in between.
In spite of the miserable conditions they were subjected to, the remarkable spirit of these men shines through in their short messages:

W. Kendall, 1st Lieut., Co.A, 3rd Ky Cav. From Pilot Point, Denton County, Texas had a wife and 3 children “...from whom I have not heard since the 18th of Jan 1863: but am content knowing that they are in the hands of Him by whose aid we expect eventually to succeed in the present struggle for independence...”

Benj. J. Lancaster, Lieut., Co. K, 8th Ky Cav. From Lebanon, Kentucky:
“...When the war is o’er
And not before
Will I go home
Base cowards shrink
Fools stop to think
Till Freedom is gone”

John D. Boyan, 1st Lieut., Co. A, 6th Regt. Ky Cav. From Danville, Boyle Co. Ky.
“...I am twenty six years at age unmarried, but hope soon to see the independence of my country recognized, peace established when I can ask some fair one to accompany me along the remaining portion of life’s journey.”

Francis A Boyle, 1st Lt & Adjt, 32 N.C. I. From Plymouth, N.C.
“There are three things that I desire with an exceeding longing – a Sword, a Wife, and my Freedom”

There is even a note that may clear up how Miss Morfit, a lady living in Baltimore, came to be in possession of this wonderful little book.

Lieutenant Bills of the 32nd Miss. Vol. Regt. Wrote:
“...was captured near Lafayette, Ga on the 10th of Sept / ’63 while on picket – Have been a beneficiary of the generous kindness of the many lady friends of Confed. [sic] Prisoners and feel truly grateful.”

Many, on both sides, regarded Baltimore as a Southern city and there were many living there who sympathized with the Confederate cause. Perhaps Miss Carrie C. Morfit was one of them.

$9,500

MH5-10


Civil War, Prisoner Of War Autograph Book, Point Lookout Prison, Maryland



Historical Family Archive, Boston Interest, Several Primary Civil War Era Items
Including 4 Diaries, Historical Artifacts, Civil War Items


Historical Family Archive, Boston Interest, Several Primary Civil War Era Items Including 4 Diaries, Historical Artifacts, Civil War Items, entire view

Additional Information: Mixed Dutton/Wheeler Family Archive including 4 Diaries
penned by Charles Wheeler, Boston Business Owner, and Civil War Soldier, covering
five years of commerce in Boston between 1862 to 1867, ending when Charles passed
on. The writings include 9 months of Charles' enlistment in the 47th Mass Infantry,
"Putnam Blues". Although the military content is primarily camp and training related,
there are some interesting historical notations of visits by Sherman and others. The
commercial portion of the diaries are excellent look into Boston Commerce during the
Civil War, including names, dates, transactions, visitors, etc.

The archive also includes souvenirs kept by Frank Dutton of Wheeler's family,
concerning his service during the Spanish-American Conflict. Includes a piece of
underwater cable cut by Admiral Dewey at the battle of Manila Bay, a piece of the USS
Constitution gathered while in Boston dry dock, plus various documents and artifact
gathered with Boston interest. Charles Dutton, father of Frank, contributes a Trans-
Mississippi Parole of Honor resulting from Charles' time as a Confederate prisoner, a
Civil War belt and buckle, and more

A most interesting family archive of mixed Boston Commercial and Civil War, Civil War
Era interest. Each item is documented by a family historian and includes biographies
for each contributor. Further research should yield more interesting facts about these
primary artifacts.

Condition: Overall very good with expect wear and aging.

$3,950.00

1293-4


Historical Family Archive, Boston Interest, Several Primary Civil War Era Items Including 4 Diaries, Historical Artifacts, Civil War Items, detail view

Historical Family Archive, Boston Interest, Several Primary Civil War Era Items Including 4 Diaries, Historical Artifacts, Civil War Items, detail view 2

Historical Family Archive, Boston Interest, Several Primary Civil War Era Items Including 4 Diaries, Historical Artifacts, Civil War Items, detail view 3

Historical Family Archive, Boston Interest, Several Primary Civil War Era Items Including 4 Diaries, Historical Artifacts, Civil War Items, detail view 4

Historical Family Archive, Boston Interest, Several Primary Civil War Era Items Including 4 Diaries, Historical Artifacts, Civil War Items, detail view 5

Historical Family Archive, Boston Interest, Several Primary Civil War Era Items Including 4 Diaries, Historical Artifacts, Civil War Items, detail view 6

Historical Family Archive, Boston Interest, Several Primary Civil War Era Items Including 4 Diaries, Historical Artifacts, Civil War Items, detail view 8

Historical Family Archive, Boston Interest, Several Primary Civil War Era Items Including 4 Diaries, Historical Artifacts, Civil War Items, detail view 8



Abraham Lincoln Campaign Archive: 5 Piece Lot, Owner ID'd
1860 Abraham Lincoln Hartford, CT Wide Awake Token
1860 Lincoln Rail Splitter Token
Two Ribbons & Campaign Torch
Includes two tokens, two ribbons and a campaign torch purportedly owned by
Connecticut's Civil War Governor William A. Buckingham

1.Sullivan No. AL 1860-40


1.Sullivan No. AL 1860-40, entire view

Inscription above, HARTFORD WIDE-AWAKES, two stars centering; center displays a
marcher wearing the uniform of the Lincoln Wide-Awake club, carrying a cane and
lantern. Reverse: inscription above, ORGANIZED, centered by five stars to right and left
above MARCH THIRD; center: a uniformed marcher carrying a torch light; below, 1860.

Struck in Waterbury, Connecticut early in campaign. Brass, reeded edge, 28mm

2.Sullivan AL 1860-41


2.Sullivan AL 1860-41, entire view

Obverse. Inscription: HON. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, at the center, beardless bust of
Lincoln to right with ELLIS (engraver) on truncation and 1860 below. Reverse.
Inscription around above, THE RAIL SPLITTER OF THE WEST; at the center, the rural
scene depicting Lincoln and assistant splitting rails, log cabin at right.

Plain edge. Brass; struck by Ellis at Waterbury, Connecticut.

3.Satin Ribbon Commemorating the Unveiling of Connecticut's Civil War
Governor William A. Buckingham’s Statue


3.Satin Ribbon Commemorating the Unveiling of Connecticut's Civil War
Governor William A. Buckingham’s Statue, entire view

3.Satin Ribbon Commemorating the Unveiling of Connecticut's Civil War
Governor William A. Buckingham’s Statue, detail view

A rare ribbon issued in 1884 commemorating the unveiling of the statue honoring
William A. Buckingham on the lawn of the State Capitol in Hartford, Connecticut. The
statute was executed by Olin L. Warner of New York. Governor Wailer uncovered the
statue and an address was delivered by United States Senator Orville H. Platt. The
ribbon is 2 3/8" wide by 6 1/4" in length.

4.Satin Ribbon, Gold Embossed: BUCKINGHAM DAY – JUNE 18, 1884, MAYOR


4.Satin Ribbon, Gold Embossed: BUCKINGHAM DAY – JUNE 18, 1884, MAYOR, entire view

Fine Condition, 8.75 X 3”.

5. Parade Torch, Single Wick Campaign Lantern


5. Parade Torch, Single Wick Campaign Lantern, entire view 1

5. Parade Torch, Single Wick Campaign Lantern, entire view 2

Missing tubular pole mount; overall height: 9”

$2,950.00 the lot

849-100




ALFRED RUDOLPH WAUD (1828 – 1891)
Union Soldier Doing Laundry
Watercolor on paper, c. 1861 – 1866


ALFRED RUDOLPH WAUD (1828 – 1891)
Union Soldier Doing Laundry
Watercolor on paper, c. 1861 – 1866, entire view

A.R. Waud was an illustrator of Civil War and American frontier scenes, beginning his career as an artist-correspondent for Harper’s Weekly and assigned to the Army of the Potomac. He was one of only two artists present at the Battle of Gettysburg, and his sketch of the Battle of Pickett’s Charge may be the only image of the conflict by an eyewitness. The Library of Congress holds a large collection of his wartime sketches, and this watercolor appears to have been painted in the studio from a field sketch. Though this medium can be used for quick recording, even during a reprieve the precise application is more appropriate for a composed image that would later be reprinted in greyscake for Harper’s Weekly. The subject is uncommon for available Waud paintings, few of which have come up at auction or on the market in the past fifteen years.
(Frame: 28” x 23”; View: 16.5” x 21.5”)


ALFRED RUDOLPH WAUD (1828 – 1891)
Union Soldier Doing Laundry
Watercolor on paper, c. 1861 – 1866, sans frame

ALFRED RUDOLPH WAUD (1828 – 1891)
Union Soldier Doing Laundry
Watercolor on paper, c. 1861 – 1866, face detail

ALFRED RUDOLPH WAUD (1828 – 1891)
Union Soldier Doing Laundry
Watercolor on paper, c. 1861 – 1866, signature detail

ALFRED RUDOLPH WAUD (1828 – 1891)
Union Soldier Doing Laundry
Watercolor on paper, c. 1861 – 1866, back view

$2,950.00

281-87




Civil War Carved Marble Match Safe with Soldier
Date/Period: 1860’s


Civil War Carved Marble Match Safe with Soldier, entire view

Measurement: 8.5” x 5” x 6”

Material: Marble

Condition: Very good

Additional Information: Anonymous work depicting a soldier in uniform laying against
a tree stump

$795.00

1130-6




Civil War Period Tobacco Pouch, Portraits of Lincoln and Grant
Unknown Maker, Likely Unique


Civil War Period Tobacco Pouch, Portraits of Lincoln and Grant
Unknown maker, likely unique, right facing

A supple drawstring pouch displaying oval portraits above printed names centered by
scrolling leafy devices. Expected wear commensurate with age, medium and use.
(5.75" x 5")


Civil War Period Tobacco Pouch, Portraits of Lincoln and Grant
Unknown maker, likely unique, right facing

$2,125.00

232-373




Civil War Era Antique Rope Tension Snare Drum
Attributed to Henry Eisele or William Sempf, New York


Civil War Era Antique Rope Tension Snare Drum
Attributed to Henry Eisele or William Sempf, New York, entire view

Birdseye maple shell decorated with a painted patriotic eagle clutching an American
shield centered by olive branches; maple hoops feature a black painted scroll pattern
within border; ivory peep hole/vent gromet. Patented cast metal clips [2 missing],
original rope is imperfect and only one leather tightener is present; one snare strainer
present…heads are fine. We have a highly respected restorer specialist in Vermont.
(Height: 11.5"; diameter: 16.25")


Civil War Era Antique Rope Tension Snare Drum
Attributed to Henry Eisele or William Sempf, New York, entire view 2

Civil War Era Antique Rope Tension Snare Drum
Attributed to Henry Eisele or William Sempf, New York, detail view

$1,250.00

1348-1




Civil War Nursing Bowl Used by Nettie Walworth Sisson Wife of Colonel Henry Tillinghast Sisson
Little Compton, Rhode Island
Date/Period: Circa 1860-1865


Civil War Nursing Bowl Used by Nettie Walworth Sisson Wife of Colonel Henry Tillinghast Sisson Little Compton, Rhode Island, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 2.5"; diameter: 7.125"; length at handle: 10"

Material: Copper and brass

Condition: Fine

Additional Information: A straight sided copper bowl of dovetail construction featuring a brass tab handle
with copper hanging ring…the tab impressed “Nettie Walworth Sisson” who was born 9 October 1845 in
New Bern, North Carolina; she married Colonel Henry Tillinghast Sisson in 1864. Nettie Sisson purportedly
nursed wounded and sick soldiers during the Civil War. She died young, at age 22 on March 23, 1868 and
is buried in Union Cemetery, Little Compton, Newport County, Rhode Island.

Henry Tillinghast Sisson (August 20, 1831 – October 19, 1910) was a colonel in the Union Army during the
American Civil War, a lieutenant governor of Rhode Island from 1875 to 1877 serving under Governor
Henry Lippitt, and inventor of the three-ring binder. He was a lifelong resident of Little Compton, Rhode
Island. Sisson was commissioned as a lieutenant and paymaster for the 1st Rhode Island Detached Militia
(aka. 1st Rhode Island Volunteer Infantry Regiment) in May 1861 and served until the regiment was
mustered out in August 1861. He participated in the Battle of Bull Run on July 21, 1961 under General
Ambrose Burnside. In April 1862 he was commissioned as major of the 3rd Rhode Island Heavy Artillery
and commanded three companies (B, F and K) of that regiment at the Battle of Secessionville, South
Carolina. On November 5, 1862 he was promoted to colonel and given command of the 5th Rhode Island
Infantry which became the 5th Rhode Island Heavy Artillery on May 27, 1863. Colonel Sisson was
mustered out of service, along with his regiment, on June 26, 1865. Sisson, a Republican was elected to
the office of Lieutenant Governor of Rhode Island in 1874 and served from 1875 until 1877.
Nettie Walworth Sisson.

$1,150.00

492-231


Civil War Nursing Bowl Used by Nettie Walworth Sisson Wife of Colonel Henry Tillinghast Sisson Little Compton, Rhode Island, entire view 2

Civil War Nursing Bowl Used by Nettie Walworth Sisson Wife of Colonel Henry Tillinghast Sisson Little Compton, Rhode Island, entire view 3

Civil War Nursing Bowl Used by Nettie Walworth Sisson Wife of Colonel Henry Tillinghast Sisson Little Compton, Rhode Island, detail view



Civil War Era Binoculars


Civil War Era Binoculars, entire view

Brass binoculars with black covering; brass retains about 80% of blacking; no maker mark; very good to excellent; focus is excellent; black leather case is not period. The binoculars measure 9.5-inches extended and 8.25-inches closed.

$325

459-15


Civil War Era Binoculars, side view
Civil War Era Binoculars, case view



Civil War Carte de Visite & Odd Fellows Silver & Gold Pinback Love Token
Corporal Thoms Telford, Meredith, Delaware County, New York
Seated Liberty Quarter - 1854
Date/Period: 1854, CDV Civil War period


Civil War Carte de Visite & Odd Fellows Silver & Gold Pinback Love Token, entire view 1

Measurement: Photo: 2.25" x 4"; Token: 1" diameter

Material: Love token is silver and gold

Condition: Excellent

Additional Information: The CDV shows Corporal Telford wearing the love token
pinned to his uniform; Carte de Visite accompanied by a fraternal silver and gold love
token like the token Telford is wearing. Done on 1854 Seated Liberty quarter having a
gold overlay…Odd Fellows three linked chain.

Thomas Telford
Enlisted; 8/20/1862 at Meredith, NY as a Private at 22 years old.
On 9/27/1862 he mustered into "E" Co. NY 144th Infantry
He was Mustered Out on 6/25/1865 at Hilton Head, SC
Promotions: Corporal 3/15/1863; Sergeant 11/1/1864

$565.00

849-115


Civil War Carte de Visite & Odd Fellows Silver & Gold Pinback Love Token, photo view

Civil War Carte de Visite & Odd Fellows Silver & Gold Pinback Love Token, photo back

Civil War Carte de Visite & Odd Fellows Silver & Gold Pinback Love Token, token view

Civil War Carte de Visite & Odd Fellows Silver & Gold Pinback Love Token, token back



Civil War, Vermont Militia Officer Dress Epaulettes with Vermont Militia Buttons
Button Reference: Albert's VT9AV
Date/Period: Circa 1861 (could be 1850-1880)


Civil War, Vermont Militia Officer Dress Epaulettes with Vermont Militia Buttons Button Reference: Albert's VT9AV, entire view

Measurement: Length: 8"; width: 5"

Condition: As depicted, wear and losses yet display well

Additional Information: Original Civil War Officer epaulettes. The Vermont Militia took
part in the Battles of Antietam, 1st and 2nd Bull Run, and Gettysburg.

$375.00

110-1034


Civil War, Vermont Militia Officer Dress Epaulettes with Vermont Militia Buttons Button Reference: Albert's VT9AV, detail view


Book: My Diary of Rambles with the 25th Mass. Volunteer Infantry: With
Burnside's Coast Division, 18th Army Corps, Army of the James, D, L. Day
Date/Period: Published by King and Billings, Milford, Mass (1884)


Book: My Diary of Rambles with the 25th Mass. Volunteer Infantry: With Burnside's Coast Division, 18th Army Corps, Army of the James, D, L. Day, cover view

Measurement: Numbered to 153 pages, with several blank free end papers.
9.25" x 6.25"

Material: Original Brown Cloth with "My Diary" in gold on cover.

Condition: Shelf wear on top and bottom of spine. Very Minor discoloration.
Overall, Very Good. A worthy collector’s copy.

Additional Information: Comes with a copy of Day's commission to sergeant
(not the original document)

$275.00

110-977


Book: My Diary of Rambles with the 25th Mass. Volunteer Infantry: With Burnside's Coast Division, 18th Army Corps, Army of the James, D, L. Day, commission view

Book: My Diary of Rambles with the 25th Mass. Volunteer Infantry: With Burnside's Coast Division, 18th Army Corps, Army of the James, D, L. Day, commission detail



Civil War: Ephemera. Several Items


Civil War: Ephemera. Several Items, vignette

Broadside, Civil War. Confederate Song Sheet “When This Cruel War is Over.”
(1862) Civil War Era Confederate Song Sheet titled “When This Cruel War is Over.”, by
Charles C. Sawyer, Fine. This original Confederate Song Sheet measures 9” x 6.5”
published by J. C. Schreiner & Son, Savannah, GA., sold by Horace Partridge, Boston.
Text enclosed by an ornate border. Edge splits along all edges, paper loss at top,
scattered spotting.

-Four Pictorial Envelopes, Unused.
-1864 Commissioner of Pension Report, worn
-Boston Almanac 1860 with folding maps well worn
some splits and tears to maps, rough
-Essay on Man, 1842 universal prayer, worn

$250.00

1354-11


Civil War: Ephemera. Several Items, detail 1

Civil War: Ephemera. Several Items, detail 2

Civil War: Ephemera. Several Items, detail 3



US Infantry & Rifle Tactics Complete, 1861, Hardee’s Tactics, Standard War Dept. Manual
J.B. Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia
A good primer to understanding the Civil War military experience


US Infantry & Rifle Tactics Complete, 1861, Hardee’s Tactics, Standard War Dept. Manual
J.B. Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia, open view

(5.5 by 3.5 by 1.5”)

$195

110-767


US Infantry & Rifle Tactics Complete, 1861, Hardee’s Tactics, Standard War Dept. Manual
J.B. Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia, entire view



Civil War: Mass Governor Andrews
ALS Boston, Dec 31st 1861,
Andrews writes to Lorenzo Sabine, Sec. of the
Boston Board of Trade regarding usage of Boston Harbor.


Civil War: Mass Governor Andrews ALS Boston, Dec 31st 1861, Andrews writes to Lorenzo Sabine, Sec. of the Boston Board of Trade regarding usage of Boston Harbor, entire view

Interesting letter by the Mass. Gov who recommended and Commissioned the Mass. 54th of
"Glory" fame, and perhaps the most famous Civil War regiment. Not Transcribed: See images and
read for yourself. 6 x 8" 2 folded pages with writing, two blank pages. Folds, minor tear at fold
seam, but overall good.

$125.00

1225-5




Book: Report on the Commission on Andersonville Monument
(Commonwealth of Massachusetts)
Date/Period: Wright and Potter Printing Co. State Printers Boston Mass 1902


Book: Report on the Commission on Andersonville Monument (Commonwealth of Massachusetts), cover view

Measurement: First Edition 8 Vo. 6" x 9”, 75 pages

Material: Green cloth cover with gold lettering

Condition: Ex-Library Swansea Mass. Virtually unread with little wear, but bears library
book plate, deaccession stamp, etc.

$50.00

110-968


Book: Report on the Commission on Andersonville Monument (Commonwealth of Massachusetts), page view




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