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Lot 77

Edward SOREL (b. 1929).

Original Pen and Ink caricature portrait of F.D.R.

Lot 85

[COLORADO]. - Mary A. HODGSON COLLINS (1839-1928, artist & Christian Scientist).

[Pioneer trek to Denver] Manuscript “My first trip Across the Plains in 1861. / By Mrs E.H. Collins / nee Mary A. Hodgson”

Lot 89

Seth EASTMAN (artist). - Mary H. EASTMAN.

Chicora and Other Regions of the Conquerors and the Conquered.

Lot 91

ART DECO. – Virginia BERRESFORD (artist, 1902-1995). - George S. HELLMAN (1878-1958).

Peacock’s Feathers

Lot 92

Elias HICKS (1748-1830)

A Collection of Extemporaneous Discourses, delivered by Elias Hicks, in his tour through Dutchess County, during the Summer.. 1829

“Elias Hicks points to the religion inside of man's very own nature.” (Walt Whitman).

Lot 95

Lt. Governor Samuel Turell ARMSTRONG (1784-1835) and Charles EWER, (1790-1853).

A 1p. manuscript and letterpress ‘quit claim’ legal document concerning a property in Boston,

bookselling in Boston in 1828

Lot 97

MID-CENTURY MODERN. - Carlos MERIDA (1891-1984).

Estampas Del Popol-Vuh.

European and Latin-American artistic fusion: number 762 of 1,000 copies, signed by Mérida. This is the artist’s printed ‘magnum opus’

Lot 103

PORT JEFFERSON shipbuilders John Titus MATHER & Owen E. WOOD. – Hewitt CROSBY.

An original carbon-copy typescript, titled ‘Thesis. A Study of the Launching of the “Martha E. Wallace”. Hewitt Crosby. May 1903’

Lot 106

CALIFORNIA, San Jose. - John G. THOMPSON, of San Jose, California.

[California, San Jose] An album of approx. 132 small format photographs

including two images showing damage in San Jose after the 1906 earthquake

Lot 119

E.E. CUMMINGS (1894-1962).

The Enormous Room.

Lot 132

HAITI & DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. – [Sir James BASKET, aka ‘Barskett]

History of the Island of Saint Domingo from its first Discovery by Columbus to the present period.

Lot 142

[attrib. to Joseph GALLOWAY (1731-1803)]

Reflections on the Rise and Progress of the American Rebellion.

Lot 144

AMERICAN BINDING, signed. – John DELAFIELD Jr. (1812-1866).

An Inquiry into the Origin of the Antiquities of America

Lot 148

BROOKLYN, N.Y. - Walt WHITMAN (1819-1892). - Robert Andrew PARKER (b.1927).

Original artwork for a re-imagined portrait of 99 Ryerson St., the house where Whitman wrote at least part of 'Leaves of Grass'.

"Standing in front of the house is refreshing, you see that great art can begin from the streets of New York." (Professor Karen Karbiener, quoted in the Brooklyn…

Lot 153

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - James D. MCNULTY & others

A collection of correspondence, tradesmen’s bills, cancelled checks, check books, savings accounts.

McNulty served as Mayor of Saratoga Springs between 1920 and 1923.

Lot 157

PALM SPRINGS, California - Louis Mathias LEO (1871 - 1958, artist).

[Tahquitz Falls, Tahquitz Canyon, Palm Springs] Original watercolor on cream-toned laid paper

Lot 159

CALIFORNIA Photographs: Picnics and Horseshoes [and Poker]. – ['The Optimists']

A leatherbound album recording in words & photographs the ‘meetings’ of a social club / poker school called 'The Optimists'

Lot 160

Wall Map of SALISBURY, Ct. - Lawrence FAGAN (surveyor). - Richard CLARK (publisher).

Map of the Town of Salisbury Litchfield Co. Connecticut Surveyed & Drawn by L. Fagan published by Richard Clark

Lot 177

MERRIAM, Clinton Hart.

THE MAMMALS OF THE ADIRONDACK REGION, NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK...

Presentation copy, inscribed from the author to George Bird Grinnell: one naturalist to another.

Lot 180

SALINGER, J. D.

FRANNY AND ZOOEY

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