Sale 18BP01 | Lot 40

[NEW YORK-PHOTOGRAPHY] Group of photographically illustrated albums and stereo views.

Catalogue: Rare Books, Autographs & Maps

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Lot 40
[NEW YORK-PHOTOGRAPHY] Group of photographically illustrated albums and stereo views.
Albums comprising: 1866 Album of the New York Assembly, original half morocco stamped "Hon. B. Wood" on the cover, with an 1867 inscription to Wood from George M. Curtis, with large format mounted portraits of Governor Fenton and two others, and approximately 136 carte-de-visite sized mounted portraits, all published by Haines & Wickes of Albany, each identified in manuscript below image, binding rubbed, internally fine; [AUTOGRAPHS]. Photographic Senatorial Album of the State of New York. 1868-69. Albany: [1869]. Morocco album stamped "W.M. Graham" (10th dist. senator, pictured within) on the cover, with 29 large format mounted photographs of the Governor, Clerk, and senators, all but one signed below the image by the sitter, the album defective, contents fine; [GREATOREX, ELIZA]. Relics of Manhattan. Morocco album with approximately 15 photographs after drawings by Greatorex depicting old sites in New York, one image laid-in, cover detached. Stereo views comprising: Eleven large stereo cards, circa 1889, from the "Descriptive Views of the American Continent" series, in remnants of original box, depicting the Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park. City Hall, etc., foxing; Approximately seventy-five miscellaneous stereo views depicting New York City, with various imprints and dates mostly between 1860-1903, on variously colored cards with printed or manuscript descriptions, includes two by E. Anthony dated 1860, views of the Jewish Synagogue, many major buildings and monuments, the Brooklyn Bridge, street views, etc., some minor wear; and A boxed group of approximately 100 stereo views by the Keystone View Company, most dated about 1903, with about ten cards showing New York and the balance other locations worldwide including the Pyramids, the President of the U.S., Europe, South America, etc., each with printed description, the box defective, the cards fine.

C Estate of Leo Hershkowitz

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500
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