Miscellaneous-CDVs

43656.

Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

44011.

Boot.

44012.

Kai Colo or Mountaineer.

44013.

Zulu Queen.

44014.

Chief Abram B. Burnett, full-blooded Potawtomi. Born in Michigan, Nov. 1812. He has a U.S. Army issued blanket.

44015.

Charles T. Minville, Martinique, c. 1869.

44016.

Juene Negresse.

44017.

Negresse marchande de gateaux a l’huile.

44018.

Mahomet Aleva of Thebes.

44088.

Man with his catch.

44089.

Hunter.

44090.

Camel at Woodward’s Gardens, San Francisco.

44091.

This panther was killed in Weathersfield Vt. Feby 1867-weighing 122 1/2 lbs-and measured 7 feet long.

44092.

Man with taxidermied mountain lion.

44093.

Horse-drawn sleigh.

44094.

“Compliments of Howard, Goodrich and Pierce, Clothing, Furnishings, Ladies and Gents Boots, Shoes, Party and Wedding Outfitters. Saddle Pony ‘Bronco Belle’ Given Away. To be presented to that customer (in any of our departments), who estimates nearest the aggregate weight of Pony and Halter. Books for registering opened May 23d, close July 21st, at 2 o’clock p.m. The Pony will be on exhibition daily, in our Boy’s Clothing Room. A $5 purchase at one time entitles the purchaser to one estimate. A $20 Purchase to Two Estimates. Splendid Line of Seasonable Goods.”

44095.

“Compliments of Howard, Goodrich and Pierce, Clothing, Furnishings, Ladies and Gents Boots, Shoes, Party and Wedding Outfitters. Saddle Pony ‘Bronco Belle’ Given Away. To be presented to that customer (in any of our departments), who estimates nearest the aggregate weight of Pony and Halter. Books for registering opened May 23d, close July 21st, at 2 o’clock p.m. The Pony will be on exhibition daily, in our Boy’s Clothing Room. A $5 purchase at one time entitles the purchaser to one estimate. A $20 Purchase to Two Estimates. Splendid Line of Seasonable Goods.”

44096.

Resting with the dog.

44099.

James Fredrick Misiner, Windsor, N.S. Brother of Isabella Misiner Armstrong.

44100.

Child with hen.

44101.

From Nell and Dickie to Delilah. Woman with caged bird.

44102.

African Gorilla shot by a native African and sent to Edward Hitchcock at Amherst Col. This stuffed specimen of the Troglodytes Gorilla belongs to the Zoological Cabinet of Amherst College. He was killed near the Gaboon River, in Africa, in the Spring of 1862, and presented by Rev. Wm. Walker, Missionary. From marks upon the skeleton he evidently was an old fellow, and had seen hard fighting. The attitude in which he is placed is taken from Du Chaillu’s Book of Travels, representing the appearance of one that killed his hunter, whose gun missed fire when endeavoring to shoot the Gorilla. In his rage he killed the hunter with one blow upon his bowels, bent his gun with his hands and bit the gun barrel so hard as to leave marks of his teeth upon it. Tax stamp cancelled 4/1/71.

44103.

Woman with a monkey.

44104.

Come to Stay from Warren County Drug Store, Washington, N.J. Rat Trap.

44120.

Effect of Earthquake in San Francisco, 21 Oct. 1868.

44121.

Effect of Earthquake in San Francisco, 21 Oct. 1868.

44122.

Effect of Earthquake in San Francisco, 21 Oct. 1868.

44123.

Effect of Earthquake in San Francisco, 21 Oct. 1868.

44124.

Effect of Earthquake in San Francisco, 21 Oct. 1868.

44125.

Earthquake scene Oct. 21, 1868, San Francisco.

44133.

Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, Philadelphia.

44137.

Silhouette of a gentleman.

44138.

Potato raised in town of Belfast, Allegany Co., NY.

44142.

Image of tin cups set up at a Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon.

44612.

Julius Stoll, Manufacturer and Dealer in Imported and Domestic Cigars, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Smokers’ Articles, &c. 123 1/2 East main Street, Rochester, N.Y.

error: Alert: Content is protected !!