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Scarce travel brochure entitled 'The Cody Road into Yellowstone Park,' 14 pages, 4 x 9, signed and inscribed on the colorful front cover in fountain pen, "W. F. Cody, 'Buffalo Bill,' To Joseph Hanson, July 2, 1914." This attractive tourist brochure was issued by Burlington Railroad and is filled with pictures describing the sights along the road from Cody, Wyoming into Yellowstone…

Sold For: $1,210 (w/BP) Auction #600 - January 13, 2021 View Details

Rare hand-addressed and free-franked envelope panel, 5.25 x 2.75, addressed by Crockett to his publisher, "Messrs. E. L. Cary & A. Hart, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania," and franked in the upper right, "Free, D. Crockett." Nicely double-matted and framed with a portrait and nameplate to an overall size of 20.25 x 15.25. In very good to fine condition, with light creasing and soiling, and two tiny…

Sold For: $11,994 (w/BP) Auction #600 - January 13, 2021 View Details

ALS signed “W. S. Edgerly, Captain 7th Cavalry,” four pages on three sheets, 8 x 10, December 29, 1890. Letter home to his wife, written in the immediate aftermath of the Wounded Knee Massacre, in which he participated. On December 29, 1890, the 7th U.S. Cavalry Regiment attempted to disarm Lakota Indians near Wounded Knee Creek on the Lakota Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dak…

Sold For: $13,753 (w/BP) Auction #600 - January 13, 2021 View Details

American politician (1788-1870) who served as interim president of the Republic of Texas in 1836. Uncommon manuscript DS, signed “David G. Burnet,” three pages on two adjoining sheets, 7.75 x 12.75, November 8, 1834. Written verdict in the case of "Heirs of R. Graves vs. James & Olivia Moore," which reads, in part: "We the jury, after mature deliberation, come to the following conc…

Sold For: $563 (w/BP) Auction #600 - January 13, 2021 View Details

Two items: a partly-printed DS signed “Mirabeau B. Lamar,” one page, 16.5 x 10.75, August 25, 1840, general land office document granting Oliver Hull 10 acres of land on Galveston Island, signed at the conclusion by Lamar as president of Texas; and a DS, signed “Anson Jones,” one page, 8.5 x 10.75, December 27, 1838, a certificate of purchase in “conformity with a La…

Sold For: $500 (w/BP) Auction #600 - January 13, 2021 View Details

Two State of Texas land grant documents: a partly-printed vellum DS signed “A. C. Horton,” one page, 15 x 13.25, July 28, 1846, issuing to Eleazer Higgins 440 acres of land in Milam County, signed at the conclusion by Horton as governor and countersigned by Thomas William Ward as commissioner of the General Land Office, with original ribbon and seal still attached to lower left; and a…

Sold For: $250 (w/BP) Auction #600 - January 13, 2021 View Details

Partly-printed vellum DS, signed “Mirabeau B. Lamar,” one page, 14.75 x 12.75, August 13, 1841. A general land office document granting Harvey Filley and his heirs 640 acres of land in Jefferson County. Signed at the conclusion by Lamar as president of Texas, and countersigned by Thomas William Ward as commissioner of the General Land Office. Lower portion bears two embossed Republic …

Sold For: $833 (w/BP) Auction #600 - January 13, 2021 View Details