Civil War | Postcards
CLARA BARTON One-cent post card signed "Very Truly Yours" by Barton. Framed Gallery of History style with bio plate and sepia-toned photograph of Barton sitting at a desk to 30x16. Post card signed "Very Truly Yours/Clara Barton". 5x3, framed with 5¾x3¾ bio plate and 5½x7 ½ (visible) b/w sepia-toned photograph. read more...
Sale Price $1,020.00
"BUFFALO BILL" CODY Remarkable panoramic postcard foldout of Cody with the cast of his Wild West show in 1908. Signed as "W. F. Cody, 'Buffalo Bill'", it was part of the extensive collection of Cody's nephew, Ed Goodman. Photograph signed: "W. F. Cody/'Buffalo Bill'/1908". B/w, 6x3½, opening to 25x6. read more...
Sale Price $3,230.00
Howe handwrote, signed and dated this 1¢ postcard in North Portsmouth, Rhode Island to landscape architect Henry Vincent Hubbard in 1901. In it, she gives him her travel itinerary for an upcoming train trip and reminds him: "don't forget the harmonica". read more...
Sale Price $450.00