Auction Catalogs Collection
1750-1983

QC16542

Quantity: ca. 40 linear feet plus 4 cu.ft. The 4 cu.ft. of Parke-Bernet catalogs cover the years 1944 to 1955.
Access: The collection is arranged alphabetically by auction firm name and then chronologically by date of sale. Please consult a librarian in the Manuscripts and Special Collections Unit of the New York State Library for access to this collection. Material may be photocopied, digitally scanned, or photographed, depending on condition.
Processed by: Darrell Welch and Vicki Weiss, 2007
Preferred Citation: [Identification of item], Auction Catalogs Collection, 1800-
(QC16542). Manuscripts and Special Collections Unit, New York State Library.

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Provenance:

The collection was formed in large part from catalogs that were used as acquisition tools by the New York State Library. As such, the collection offers great insight into the formation of the original collection of the library, considered at the time to be one of the ten best collections in the world. Of even more significance are the catalogs from the years immediately following the destruction of a major portion of the collection by the 1911 New York State Capitol/New York State Library fire. The post-1911 catalogs help to document the effort to rebuild the collection to its former level. The many catalogs with order-department lists of items desired, bids offered, and the results from the library’s agents offer a limited but enlightening window onto the rebuilding process.

Background:

Book auction catalogs are important tools for scholars, collectors, booksellers, curators, historians and librarians. They give us the expertise of specialists and can give an overview or a detailed look at areas of collecting (and sometimes of collectors as well). The sale catalog of a specific collection can help trace the provenance of a book, a letter, or a piece of art. This information can be as important as the item itself. Often, such catalogs have some of the best information that has ever been written about a particular edition or copy of a book, with bibliographic references, collations, illustrations, and binding information. When an unpublished manuscript or letter is for sale, the catalog may have an image of the item and a transcription of a portion or all of the text, making it the first place of publication for many famous works.

The collection also offers a glimpse at bookselling activity from the mid-eighteenth century to the mid-twentieth century, and an historical view of the wholesale and retail rare book business in America. The collection serves a range of applications, from the documentation of patterns of connoisseurship, locally and nationally, to the study of the history of rare book collecting and printing history.

The catalogs document the names of the sellers and the specific items sold. Some of the catalogs are annotated with the names of the buyers and the prices fetched. They serve as tools for tracing the ownership of specific items, for testing authenticity, and for following the often meandering path of ownership. They supply evidence of the development of book-listing, pricing, trade relationships and other practices of the book trade for particular periods. They provide evidence that certain books once existed, even though no copies may be known today.

Literary researchers can chronicle the history of artistic and literary tastes, track the development of international connoisseurship, and study the economics of art as it changed over time. Cultural historians can use them to assess reading tastes or the availability and distribution of particular books or particular subject classes of books.

Scope and Content Note:

The auction catalogs collection, representing 69 auction houses, spans rare book-selling activity from 1750, with the majority dating from 1860 to 1938, and offers an historical view of the rare book business in America. The houses are primarily American, with a smattering of British, French and German houses.

The majority of the catalogs focus on Americana, books relating in one way or another to the history of the United States. However, there are numerous examples of general sales where the catholic nature of collection building can be seen.

Of particular note to researchers of American history are the autograph collections. The letters being auctioned frequently have at least part of the text of the letters.

Each book auction catalog in this list was checked against George McKay’s American Book Auction Catalogues, 1713-1934: A Union List (New York: New York Public Library, 1937); NYSL call number: A,016.0173,M15. McKay only listed book auction catalogs. If the item was found in McKay, its McKay number was listed; book auctions not listed in McKay are noted: Not in McKay.

While most of the auctions listed are devoted to books, a few are devoted to pamphlets, broadsides, newspapers, manuscripts, autographs, bookplates, coins, stamps, paintings or furniture.

In addition to the catalogs in this specific collection, there are many auction catalogs in the main book collection. Suggested catalog search strategies are:

  • keyword books AND keyword auctions;
  • subject heading book auctions OR subject heading book industries and trade.

Microform copies of auction catalogs are also to be found in various microform collections in the library, including:

Early American Imprints, 1639-1800 (New York: Readex Microprint Corporation, 1955-69). NYSL call number: MB/FF,810.8,E12,84-24895

This microfiche collection is based on Charles Evans’s American Bibliography: A Chronological Dictionary of All Books, Pamphlets, and Periodical Publications Printed in the United States of America from the Genesis of Printing in 1639 Down to and Including the Year 1800. (Chicago: Priv. print. for the author by the Blakely Press, 1903-1959), 14 vol. (N,015.73,qE92) and Roger Bristol’s Supplement to Charles Evans’ American Bibliography (Charlottesville, Va.:  Bibliographical Society of America, 1970) (R,015.73,qE92c). See also Clifford Kenyon Shipton’s National Index of American Imprints through 1800: The Short-title Evans (Worcester, Mass.: American Antiquarian Society, 1969), 2 vol. (R,015.73,S557)

Titles are arranged chronologically following the order of the entries in the Evans bibliography and using the numbers assigned to each item by Evans.

Early American Imprints, 1801-1820 (New Canaan, Conn.: Readex, [1987]- ). NYSL call number: MB/FF,810.8,E12,87-028530

This microfiche collection is based on American Bibliography: A Preliminary Checklist for 1801-1819 compiled by Ralph Robert Shaw and Richard H. Shoemaker (Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1958-1965) 22 vol. (R,015.73,S535)

The titles are arranged chronologically following the order of the entries in the Shaw-Shoemaker bibliography and using the numbers assigned to each item by Shaw and Shoemaker.

Early English Books, 1475-1640 (Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilm, 1938- ). NYSL call number: MB/FM,820,E12p

This microfilm collection is based on the Short-title Catalogue of Books Printed in England, Scotland & Ireland and of English Books Printed Abroad, 1475-1640 (London, Eng.: Bibliogrpahical Society, 1976- ), compiled by Alfred William Pollard and Gilbert Richard Redgrave (R,010.6,qb583). See also Early English Books, 1475-1640 ... A Guide to the Microfilm Collection (Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International, 1966) (R,016.82,E12p) and Early English Books, 1475-1640 ... Cross Index to ... the Microfilm Collection (Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International, 1974- ) (R,016.82,E12pb)

Early English Books, 1641-1700 (Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms, 1961- ). NYSL call number: MB/FM,820,E12w

This microfilm collection is based on the Short-title Catalogue of Books Printed in England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and British America and of English Books Printed in Other Countries, 1641-1700 (New York: Index Society, 1945-51), 3 vol. (R,015.42,qP77b)

Sotheby Catalogues (MB/FM,700.75,S7); the State Library owns microfilm for Part I (1734-1850), Part II (1851-1900) and Part V (1971-1980). See also Sotheby & Co. Catalogues of Sales: A Guide to the Microfilm Collection (Ann Arbor,, Mich.: Xerox University Microfilms, 1973-1976), 5 vol. (R,016.70075,S7,78-31578)

The New York State Library subscribes to SCIPIO, an online union catalog of auction catalog records covering art and rare book auction sales catalogs from the late 16th century to upcoming auctions. Records contain information on dates and places of sale, catalog title, the auction house, sellers, institutional holdings, and titles of works. Both North American and European auction houses and some private sales are included. SCIPIO provides bibliographic access to sources of art objects and rare books, the history of collecting, and contemporary and historical market trends.

There also are some auction catalogs in the Popular Culture collections (QC16527 and QC16532); they are filed alphabetically by the name of the firm.

For more information on book auction catalogs, see R.R. Bowker Company. A Half Century of Rare Book Auctions in the United States. ([New York: R.R. Bowker Co., 1944]) NYSL call number: N,002.075,R111,96-6361

For books on book collecting, do a CALL NUMBER BROWSE on 002.075 in the New York State Library’s online catalog.

Arrangement:

The list of catalogs is arranged alphabetically by name of auction firm and then in chronological order under the firm name. The date used is as it appears on the title page or elsewhere in the catalog. The year has been supplied in entries if it is missing and could be determined. Supplied dates are always indicated by brackets [ ]. Note that the New York State Library does not have a complete run of all catalogs published by any auction company.

The form of entry is as: auction firm, place of sale, year, month and day(s) of sale, description of contents, annotations, McKay number.

Names of owners of collections have been listed in the order of their appearance on the title page of the catalog. While it is probably safe to assume that most of these are correct, they should not be used without question. Very often the owner whose name appears in the catalog owned only a small part of the entire collection sold.

List of American Book Auction Houses

In the List of Auction Catalogs, the name of an auction firm or individual is regularly indicated by one or two words in capital letters, e.g. "BANGS" represents Bangs, Brother & Co., Bangs, Merwin & Co., and the other names by which the firm was known. In the List of American Book Auction Houses, under "Bangs," "Libbie," "Thomas," etc., are, with inclusive dates, the various forms of firm names, and the addresses at which the firms held their sales. The list of firms has been compiled with reference only to the catalogs included in this work, no attempt having been made to indicate names and addresses for periods in the histories of firms not represented by catalogs here listed. (If, in order to avoid confusion, some intermediate addresses and dates were deemed necessary, they, too, were included.)

A date in square brackets [ ] reflects the date of the auction catalog(s) in this particular collection for a firm for which the dates of the firm’s operation could not be confirmed with a quick check of city directories or the Internet. Much of the information in the list was taken from McKay’s American Book Auction Catalogs, 1713-1934: A Union List, pp. xvii-xxxii.

List of American Book Auction Houses

AIHA
Albany Institute of History and Art, 125 Washington Ave., Albany, New York

AMERICAN ART.
American Art Association, 6 East 23rd Street (Madison Square South), New York, 1886-1922.
- 30 East 57th Street (Madison Avenue, 56th to 57th Street), 1922-1929.

AMERICAN ART-ANDERSON.
American Art Association Anderson Galleries, Inc., 30 East 57th Street (Madison Avenue, 56th to 57th Street), New York, 1929-1934.

ANDERSON.
John Anderson, Jr., 34 West 30th Street, New York, 1900-1901.
- 20 West 30th Street, 1901-1903.
- 91 & 93 Fifth Avenue (successor to Bangs & Co.), 1903.
The Anderson Auction Company, 5 West 29th Street, 1903-1908.
- 12 East 46th Street, 1908-1911.
- 284 Madison Avenue, 1911-1915.
- 16 East 40th Street, 1912.
The Anderson Galleries, Inc., 284 Madison Avenue, 1915-1917.
- 489 Park Avenue, 1917-1929.
See also American Art-Anderson.

BANGS.
Bangs, Platt & Co., 204 Broadway, New York, 1849-1850
Bangs, Brother & Co., 13 Park Row, 1851-1858
Bangs, Merwin & Co., 13 Park Row, 1858-1860.
- 594 & 596 Broadway, 1860-1864.
- 694 & 696 Broadway, 1864-1873.
- 656 Broadway, 1873-1876.
Bangs & Co., 656 Broadway, 1876-1879.
- 739 & 741 Broadway, 1879-1895.
- 91 & 93 Fifth Avenue, 1896-1903.

BIRCH.
Thomas Birch & Son, 1110 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.

BOYD.
John T. Boyd & Co., Broadway, New York, 1926

CHRISTIE
Christie & Manson, London, England, ca. 1851-1856
Christie, Manson & Woods, London, England, ca. 1878-1918

COCHRANE.
John George Cochrane, No. 1 Catherine-street, Strand, London, England, 1816

COOLEY.
Cooley, Keese & Hill, 191 Broadway, New York, 1846-1848
Cooley & Keese, 191 Broadway, 1849-1850
-  304 Broadway, 1850
-  377 & 379 Broadway, 1850-1851
James E. Cooley, 377 & 379 Broadway, 1850-1851 [sic]
James E. Cooley, Trade Sale Rooms, 498 Broadway, 1864-1866

CUNNINGHAM.
J.L. Cunningham, cor. Milk & Federal Streets, 1827-1841

DAVIS.
Davis & Harvey, 1112 Walnut St., Philadelphia, 1898-1908

DICKERMAN
Kewin & Dickerman, 92 State St., Albany, N.Y., 1863
John S. Dickerman, Annesley & Vint’s Gallery, 83 State St., Albany, N.Y., [1881]

EVANS.
R. H. (Robert Harding) Evans, No. 26, Pall-Mall, London, England, 1819-1829
Messrs. Evans, No. 106 New Bond Street, London, England, [1846?]

FIFTH AVENUE.
Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, 366 Fifth Avenue, 1894-1906
- 546 Fifth Avenue, 1908

FREEMAN.
Samuel T. Freeman & Co., 1808-1810 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.,1925-

GADSDEN.
Gadsden, Ellis & Co., Great Library at Hanworth Park [London], 1873

GURLEY.
Pearson & Gurley, New-York Long Room, 169 Broadway, 1831-1832.
Royal Gurley, 169 Broadway, 1833-1841
- 20 John Street, 1841
- 169 Broadway, 1842
Gurley & Hill, 169 Broadway, 1842-1846
Royal Gurley & Co., 304 Broadway, 1846-1847
Royal Gurley, 304 Broadway, 1848

HEARTMAN.
Charles F. Heartman, 612 Middlesex Ave., Metuchen, N. J., 1922-1934

HENKELS.
Stan. V. Henkels, at the auction rooms of Davis & Harvey, 1112 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, 1898-1908.
- at the auction rooms of Samuel T. Freeman & Co., 1519 & 1521 Chestnut Street, 1908-1913.
- 1304 Walnut Street, 1913-1924.
Stan. V. Henkels & Son, 1304 Walnut Street, 1924-1925.
- 1110-1116 Sansom Street, 1925-1926.
Stan. V. Henkels, 1110-1116 Sansom Street, 1926-1931.
Stan. V. Henkels, Jr., 1110-1116 Sansom Street, 1931-1936.
- 1108 Chestnut Street, 1936-1937.

HOWE.
See LEONARD.

HUBBARD.
S.G. Hubbard, s.e. cor. Fifth & Walnut Streets, Cincinnati, 1854.
- 21 West Fifth Street, 1858-1868.
S.G. Hubbard Co., 68 West Fourth Street, 1868-1869.
- 21 West Fifth Street, 1869.
- 16 East Fourth Street, 1870.

HUDSON
Hudson’s, 80 Maiden Lane, Rooms 615 & 616, New York, 1914-1915

JONES.
Joshua I. Jones, 77 State St. cor. North Pearl, Albany, N.Y., 1845

KEELER.
Keeler Art Galleries, 70 Liberty Street, New York

KENDE.
Kende Galleries, 730 5th Ave., New York, 1940
Kende Galleries at Gimbel Brothers, 33rd St. and Broadway, 1942
- 33rd Street and Broadway, 1947
Kende Galleries, Inc., 119-121 West 57th Street, 1948

KING, T.
T. King, London, England

KIRBY.
Thomas E. Kirby & Co., Chickering Hall, 130 5th Ave, New York, 1881

LABITTE.
Henri Labitte, Quai Malaquais, No. 5, Paris, France, [1846]

LAUGHTON.
Jno. E. Laughton, Jr., Richmond, Va., 1878.
- 916 Main Street, 1879-1881.

LEAVITT.
Leavitt, Delisser & Co., 377 & 379 Broadway, New York, 1856.
Geo. A. Leavitt & Co., 377 & 379 Broadway, 1857-1860.
- 24 Walker Street, 1860.
- 21 Mercer Street, 1860.
- 21 & 23 Mercer Street, 1861-1862.
Leavitt, Strebeigh & Co., New York Trade Sale Rooms, 498 Broadway, 1865-1867.
- Clinton Hall Book Sale Rooms, Astor Place & 8th Street, 1867-1871.
Geo. A. Leavitt & Co., Clinton Hall Book Sale Rooms, Astor Place & 8th Street, 1871-1884.
- Leavitt Art Rooms, 817 & 819 Broadway, 1882-1883.
- 787 & 789 Broadway, 1885-1892.

LEONARD.
Howe, Leonard & Co., Corinthian Hall, cor. Milk & Federal streets (49 Milk Street), Boston, 1842-1845.
Leonard & Co., 48 & 50 Bromfield Street, 1866-1876.
- 48 Bromfield Street, 1878-1890.

LIBBIE.
Charles F. Libbie, 13 Beacon Street, Boston, 1878-1879.
Sullivan Bros. & Libbie, 2 Beacon Street, 1879-1883.
Charles F. Libbie & Co., 1 Hamilton Place, 1883-1886.
- 27 Franklin Street, 1886.
- 608 Washington Street, 1886-1887.
- 13 Hayward Place, 1887-1892.
C.F. Libbie & Co., 666 Washington Street, 1892-1899.
- 646 Washington Street, 1899-1910.
- 597 Washington Street, 1910-1919.

LITTLE.
W.C. Little, at the store of M.J. Thomas & Co., 21 Broadway, Albany, N.Y.

LORD.
George W. Lord & Co., 356 Broadway, New York, 1853-1854.

LYMAN.
Lyman & Rawdon, 377 & 379 Broadway, New York, 1851-1852.
Lewis Lyman & Co., 377 & 379 Broadway, 1853.
Lyman & Co., 377 & 379 Broadway, 1854-1858.

McGILVRAY.
D. F. McGilvray & Co., 53 & 55 Tremont St., Boston, Mass., 1864

MERWIN.
Merwin-Clayton Sales Company, 20-24 East 20th Street, New York, 1904-1912.

MILLS.
Mills, Brothers & Co., New York City, 1832

MORLEY.
Wd. D. Morley, Inc., 1924-26 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, 1941

PARKE-BERNET.
Parke-Bernet, 30 East 57th Street, New York, 1944-1949
- 980 Madison Avenue, 1949-1964
Sotheby Parke-Bernet, 1964-

PATTERSON.
Samuel Patterson, London, England, 1781

PELICAN.
723 Toulouse St., New Orleans, La., 1935-1936

PHILLIPS.
Phillips & Sampson, No. 110 Washington Street, Boston, Mass., 1846

PHILLIPS SON
Phillips Son & Neale, London, England, 1823

PLAINFIELD
Plainfield Galleries,, 102 North Avenue, Plainfield, N.J., 1931

PLAZA.
Plaza Art Galleries, Inc., 9, 11 & 13 East 59th Street, New York, 1929-1932.
Plaza Book Auction Corporation, 9, 11 & 13 East 59th Street, New York, 1933-1934.
- 9 East 59th Street, 1934.
Plaza Art Auction Galleries, Inc., 9, 11 & 13 East 59th Street, New York, 1934.

POOR.
Nathaniel P. Poor, Long Room, Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D. C., 1829

PUTTICK.
Puttick and Simpson, 47 Leicester Square, W. C. London, England, 1883-1916

RAINS.
Rains Auction Rooms, Inc., 3 East 53rd Street, New York, 1932-1934.
Rains Galleries (Rains Auction Rooms, Inc.), 12 & 14 East 49th Street, 1934.

RICHARDSON.
Mr. Richardson, No. 31, the Corner of Villers-Street, in the Strand.

RICHMOND.
The Geo. H. Richmond Literature Co., Inc., 19 East 45th Street, New York, 1912-1913.

ROBINSON.
G. Robinson & Son, London, 1829

ROCKWOOD.
Rockwood Art Gallery, New York City, 1872

ROSENTHAL.
L. Rosenthal’s, Műnchen, 1873
Jacques Rosenthal, Karl Strasse 10, Munich, Bavaria, 1900

SCOTT.
Walter S. Scott, Collectors Club, 14 East 23rd Street, New York, 1910
Scott and O’Shaughnessy, The Collectors Club, 42nd Street Building, Room 802, 30 East 42nd Street, New York, 1915-1917.
Scott & O’Shaughnessy, Inc., 116 Nassau Street, Room 412, 1917-1919.
- 343 Front Street, Hempstead, Long Island, 1920.
Walter S. Scott, 115-117 W. 23rd Street, 1921.
- The Collectors Club Building, Room 301, 51 West 48th Street, New York, 1930.

SEDELMEYER.
Galerie Sedelmeyer, Charles Sedelmeyer’s Galleries, Paris, France

SILO.
James P. Silo, 43 Liberty Street, New York, 1891.
- Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, 366 Fifth Avenue, 1905.
- Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, 546 Fifth Avenue, 1908-1912.
James P. Silo & Son, Silo’s Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, Silo Building, 546 Fifth Avenue, 1, 3 & 5 West 45th Street, 1918.
James P. Silo, Vanderbilt Avenue & 46th Street, 1932.

SLOAN.
C.G. Sloan & Co., 1407 G Street, N.W., Washington, D.C., 1893-1903

SIMMONS.
Harry Simmons, 96 State Street, Albany, N.Y., 1900-1912.
- 84 & 86 North Pearl Street, 1913-1917.

SPAULDING.
James K. Spaulding, Auctioneer, Norwich Village, N.Y., 1889

STACK.
Stack’s Galleries, New York City, 1952

SULLIVAN BROS. & LIBBIE.
See Sullivan Bros. & Libbie.

THOMAS.
M. & S. Thomas, 87 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, 1823.
M. Thomas, 87 Chestnut Street, 1828-1832.
M. Thomas & Sons, Sixth  and Minor Sts., upstairs, [Philadelphia, Pa.]
- 93 Walnut Street, 1849-1851.
- 67 & 69 South Fourth Street, 1854-1857.
- 139 & 141 South Fourth Street, 1857-1882.

THOMPSON.
Thompson & Sons, Stocks House, Cheetham, Manchester, England, 1884

UNION ART.
Union Art Galleries, Inc., 45 West 57th Street, New York, 1934.
Union Galleries, Inc., 220 East 57th Street, 1934.

UNITED STATES COIN COMPANY.
United States Coin Company, 200 Fifth Avenue, New York, 1913-1915

VAN STOCKUM.
Van Stockum’s, antiquariat, The Hague, Holland, 1911

WALPOLE.
The Walpole Galleries (Edward Turnbull and Lenore Young Turnbull), 10 East 49th Street, New York, 1915-1921.
- 12 West 48th Street, 1921-1928.

WELLS.
Wells and Lilly, Printers, In the chambers of No. 81 Market Street, Boston, 1818

List of Auction Catalogs

Auction Company Year Month/Day Catalog Number Description of Contents Annotations McKay Number
AIHA 1975 4/18 1 Books, Autographs, Maps, Prints Price list included  
AIHA 1976 4/23 2nd Books, Autographs, Maps, Prints Price list included  
AIHA 1978 4/14 4th Books, Autographs, Maps, Prints    
American Art 1886 3/3-5-   Art collection formed by the late Mrs. Mary J. Morgan NYSL call number: Z,708.1,M849
Copy 1, 2
3296A
American Art 1886 3/30-31   Private collections of modern paintings belonging to Mr. Beriah Wall and Mr. John A. Brown of Providence, R. I. NYSL call number: C,759.0508,W187,77-3376  
American Art 1886 3/30-4/1   Modern paintings belonging to Mr. Beriah Wall and Mr. John A. Brown of Providence, R.I. NYSL call number: C,759.0508,W187,77-3376  
American Art 1887 3/28-   Catalogue of the Alexander Turney Stewart collection of paintings, sculptures and other objects of art NYSL call number: Z,708.1,S85
Copy 1&2
Not in McKay
American Art 1891 2/11-13   Catalogue of Mr. George I. Seney's important collection of modern paintings NYSL call number: C,759.0838,S475,77-3300  
American Art 1891 3/5   Ives, Brayton, New York Some prices noted
NYSL call number: C,018.2,I95
NYSL call number: C,018.2,qI95
3929
American Art 1903 1/14-30   Collection of Henry G. Marquand   5586
American Art 1911 3/29-31   John La Farge Collection NYSL call number: Z,708,L15  
American Art 1913 2/17 Part I
(A-J)
Matthew Chaloner Durfee Borden One of fifty copies privetly printed; this #24
NYSL call number: C,019.2,qB72 vol. 1 & 2
7216
American Art 1913 2/18 Part II
(K-Z)
Matthew Chaloner Durfee Borden One of fifty copies privetly printed; this #24
NYSL call number: C,019.2,qB72
vol. 1 & 2
7217
American Art 1917 2/8-9   Noteworthy Americana comprising books and autographs, maps and views   7791
American Art 1917 2/26   President Madison&39;s correspondence and other important documents from the collection of Frederick B. McGuire, Washington, D.C.   7799
American Art 1918 11/18-21   Library of the late James Stillman of New York City Has NYSL Order Dept. notes and invoice from auction house parts of catalogue are priced with some buyers noted 8008
American Art 1918 12/9-10   "Attic" library of the late Alfred J. Cox-Master Binder of Chicago, Ill. NYSL Order Dept. notes and invoice from American Art 8024
American Art 1918 12/11   Literary property of the late William Ross Warren, Mrs. Frederick S. Coolidge and Philip Bartholomew NYSL Order Dept. notes and invoice from American Art 8027
American Art 1919 3/1   Rare and costly tapestries and furniture    
American Art 1919 3/11-12   Includes the literary property of Governor Oliver Ames of Massachusetts and John W. Stirling of New York City NYSL Order Dept. notes 8062
American Art 1919 3/13-15 Part II Rufus E. Moore Collection of Japanese Art Treasures and Curios    
American Art 1919 3/20-27   Art publications; the entire stock of the New York branch of Manzi, Joyant & Company successors to Goupil & Company of Paris    
American Art 1919 3/27   Notable Art Books; the entire stock of the New York branch of Manzi, Joyant & Company successors to Goupil & Company of Paris NYSL Order Dept. notes with results of NYSL bids 8074
American Art 1919 4/22   Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes with results of NYSL bids 8087
American Art 1919 4/23   Library of H. M. Levengston of Saratoga Springs New York NYSL Order Dept. notes with results of NYSL bids 8088
American Art 1919 10/15-17 Part I Literary and Artistic Properties of the late Evert Jansen Wendell other than that taken by Harvard University A resume of the complete catalogue and biographical information about Evert Jansen Wendell  8132
American Art 1919 10/15-17 Part II Literary and Artistic Properties of the late Evert Jansen Wendell other than that taken by Harvard University NYSL Order Dept. notes and results 8133
American Art 1919 10/18-20 Part III Literary and Artistic Properties of the late Evert Jansen Wendell other than that taken by Harvard University   8134
American Art 1919 10/20-21 Part IV Literary and Artistic Properties of the late Evert Jansen Wendell other than that taken by Harvard University   8136
American Art 1919 10/22 Part V Literary and Artistic Properties of the late Evert Jansen Wendell other than that taken by Harvard University NYSL Order Dept. notes and results 8140
American Art 1919 10/22-25 Part VI Literary and Artistic Properties of the late Evert Jansen Wendell other than that taken by Harvard University   8142
American Art 1919 11/15   Property of two amateurs, Edwin Isham and George Devoll of New York City. Fine Antique Furniture...    
American Art 1919 11/17-18   Library of the late Loren Griswold Du Bois of Boston, Mass.   8149
American Art 1919 11/19   Library sets, Cruikshankia, original drawings and caricatures collected by the late Richard Waln Meirs of Philadelphia, Penn.   8152
American Art 1919 12/16   Etchings by Alex Herman Haig in the collection of Richard H. Hood of New York City    
American Art 1920 1/19   Library sets, angling books and the library of John F. Thompson of Woodhaven, Long Island   8172
American Art 1920 1/20-21   Library sets and art publications including the libraries of Thatcher M. Adams of New York City and Cyrus Osborn Baker of East Orange, N.J. NYSL Order Dept. notes including list of bids offered and those gained 8173
American Art 1920 1/21   Material related to James McNeil Whistler collected by Frederick William Hunter of New York City   8174
American Art 1920 2/17   First editions and autographs of American and English authors from collections of Francis W. Fabyan and P.K. Foley of Boston   8187
American Art 1920 2/17   Americana from the library of Francis W. Fabyan of Boston
Includes works by Increase and Cotton Mather
  8188
American Art 1920 2/17-18   Colonial and Revolutionary Americana including material from the Massachusetts Historical Society NYSL Order Dept. notes including lists of bids and results. 8189
American Art 1920 2/24   American portraits and views from the collection of Mr. George L. Goodman    
American Art 1920 2/25   Plates from Audubon&39;s Birds of America from estate of Robert Pendleton Bowler   8193
American Art 1920 3/11   Library of Josiah Henry Benton, rare American state and town histories, bibliographies, railroadiana and English literature   8200
American Art 1920 3/12-13   Autograph collection of Josiah Henry Benton NYSL Order Dept. notes on results of NYSL bids 8202
American Art 1920 3/22-25   Library of Walter Thomas Wallace of South Orange, N.J. NYSL call number: C,018.2,W19 8205
American Art 1920 3/27   Antiquities collected by Walter Thomas Wallace of South Orange, N.J.    
American Art 1920 3/29   Books on china and pottery, autographs and New York views from collection of Mr. Charles Bellows of Brooklyn, N.Y. NYSL Order Dept. notes 8207
American Art 1920 4/8-10   Sumptuous textiles and embroideries from E. Eymonaud collection and Mr. Vitall Benguiat&39;s remarkable rugs    
American Art 1920 4/14   Library of Colonel Jacob Rupert   8214
American Art 1920 4/21-27   Artistic properties of Raoul Tolentino    
American Art 1920 4/28-30 to 5/1   Library of Edwin B. Holden   8220
American Art 1920 5/10-12   Library of James Carleton Young of Minneapolis, Minn.    8226
American Art 1920 10/27-29   Library of John H. Cavender   8258
American Art 1920 11/23-24   Library sets and estates of Robert Maxwell of New York City, Edwin E. Jackson, Jr. of Brooklyn, and Gustav Kobbe of Bayshore   8273
American Art 1920 12/8-9   Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes with letter from Lathrop C. Harper indicating books sold above NYSL limit. 8280
American Art 1920 12/13   Books on costume and Americana from library of Henry J. Heinz of Pittsburgh, Pa.   8282
American Art 1920 12/20-21   General, including a portion of library of H.S. Marlor of New York City, George Goodspeed, Boston, Mass., Harry Marcus Levengston of Saratoga Springs, N.Y.   8285
American Art 1921 1/24-25   General, including property of Mrs. Franklin Bartlett and bookplates from Dr. Henry C. Eno   8295
American Art 1921 1/25   Library of George W. Thompson of New York City   8297
American Art 1921 1/31   Americana including a consignment from P.K. Foley of Boston NYSL Order Dept. notes and list of bids and letter from L.C. Harper with list of lost bids. 8300
American Art 1921 2/1-2   Americana including the library of Henry N. Moeller of New York and government publications from the New Hampshire Historical Society NYSL Order Dept. notes and list of bids and letter from L.C. Harper with list of lost bids. 8301
American Art 1921 2/14   Paintings    
American Art 1921 2/28   The Fatherless Children of France.  Catalogue of original signed drawings, etchings, paintings, manuscripts, photographs, contributed by famous men and women of the World War to "Their Book"   8310
American Art 1921 3/4   Charles Romm Collection. Modern first editions, manuscripts and signed copies   8312
American Art 1921 3/22-23   Library of James Hammond Trumbull, bibliographer of Connecticut NYSL Order Dept. notes and list of bids and letter from L.C. Harper with list of lost bids. 8319
American Art 1921 4/12   Library of Matthew Baird, Junior, of Philadelphia   8323
American Art 1921 4/13   Library of Thomas Addis Emmet, M.D. of New York City NYSL Order Dept. notes 8324
American Art 1921 4/20-21   Baxter collection of Thackery letters. Libraries of Trowbridge Hall of New York, Eleanor Fitzgibbons, Laurel, Md., and F. R. Halsey of New York City   8328
American Art 1921 4/21   Peace Conference, official agenda of June 28th, 1919   8329
American Art 1921 11/9-10   Library of Robinson Locke of Toledo, Ohio   8380
American Art 1921 11/21-23   Libraries of Charles F. Libby of Portland Me., Edward B. Camp of Millburn, N.J., Susan Minns of Boston, Mass., and Judd Steward of Plainfield, N.J.   8385
American Art 1921 12/6-7   Americana   8396
American Art 1921 12/15   Beautiful objects of household utility and embellishment Lots 325-450 priced  
American Art 1922 1/3   Furniture and embellishments contained at No. 78 Riverside Drive    
American Art 1922 1/4   Pearls Diamond and Other Jewelry, Cabinet Gems, Fine Old Lace and Fur Garments    
American Art 1922 1/13   Unpublished correspondence of James Abbott McNeil Whistler and books relating to Whistler; the property of Miss Susan Minns of Boston, Mass.   8409
American Art 1922 1/26-27   From the libraries of Mr. Frederick Corder of London, England; Mr. David G. Joyce of Chicago, Ill.; Captain E. W. Martindell of Ashford, England; Mr. G. F. Hammond of Rocky River, Ohio   8415
American Art 1922 3/1-2   From the libraries of Mr. Cyrus Hitchcock of East Orange, N.J.; Prof. Kirby F. Smith of Baltimore, Md.; Mr. Charles H. Russell of New York City; Edward Brands, Esq., of New York City and others   8428
American Art 1922 3/15-16   Colored plate books, Cruikshankiana formed by Mr. John P. Woodbury   8436
American Art 1922 3/17   Americana including California and the West from the collections of Mr. John Mack of Albany, N.Y.; Mr. H.R. Wagner of Berkley Calif.; and others.   8437
American Art 1922 3/17-18   Civil War material including the Charles B. Reed Collection of Lincolniana   8438
American Art 1922 4/10   First editions collected by Mr. Edward K. Butler of Jamaica Plain, Mass.   8448
American Art 1922 5/1   Early Printing, Rare Manuscripts: The William C. Van Antwerp Collection   8459
American Art 1922 5/2-3   Dance of Death from the XIIth to the XXth Century, the Collection of Miss Susan Minns of Boston, Mass.   8460
American Art 1922 5/16-17   From the libraries of: Jonathan Ackerman Coles, Mr. John B. Peasrse of Roxbury, Mass., and Mrs. A. W. Church of Port Chester, N.Y.   8464
American Art 1922 5/17   Americana from the library of B.L. Gregg of Cleveland, Ohio; also the desk used by Ulysses S. Grant prior to his becoming president   8466
American Art 1922 11/16   Library of Mrs. William F. Sheehan of Manhasset, L.I., and New York City   8509
American Art 1922 11/22.   Library of J. Parker Norris, Esq., of Philadelphia, Pa.   8514
American Art 1922 11/28-29   Libraries of Hugh L. Bond of Baltimore, Md., and C.I. Hudson of Syosset, L.I.   8519
American Art 1922 12/5   Selections from the library of Hamilton Easter Field of Brooklyn, N.Y.   8523
American Art 1923 1/9   Americana from various collections including, Mrs. Leopold Markreit of New York City, Mr. John B. Rhodes of Pittsburgh, Pa., and California and the West collected by Mr. H. C. Holmes of Berkeley, Cal.   8536
American Art 1923 1/24   Selections from the library of Arthur Jeffery Parsons of Washington, D.C.   8542
American Art 1923 1/30-31   From the libraries of George B. Baker of Paterson, N.J., and Mr. Charles F. Kennedy of Brewer, Me.   8545
American Art 1923 2/7   Library of Thomas W. Lawson of "Dreamwold," Egypt, Scituate, Mass.   8547
American Art 1923 2/8   The Thomas W. Lawson Collection. Over one hundred elephants in bronze, ivory and porcelain, and other art    
American Art 1923 2/12-13   From the libraries of John B. Trevor of Yonkers, N.Y., Mr. Frank H. Brooks of St. Johnsbury, Vt., Mr. John B. Rhodes of Pittsburgh, Pa., and Lillian Russell (Mrs. Alexander P. Moore of Pittsburgh, Pa.)   8550
American Art 1923 2/15   Antique Italian Furniture from an old Boston estate    
American Art 1923 2/28-3/2   The library of Clarence S. Bement of Philadelphia, Pa.   8556
American Art 1923 3/26-27   Natural history collection of John Lewis Childs of Floral Park, Long Island, N.Y.   8569
American Art 1923 4/12   Oil paintings and other pictures    
American Art 1923 4/16-18   Rare books and manuscripts   8579
American Art 1923 5/2   Literature and William Blake painting from the library of Charles Eliot Norton of Boston   8590
American Art 1923 5/3-4   Rare Americana, including material from libraries of Charles Eliot Norton and James Terry   8592
American Art 1923 5/4   American and English authors   8593
American Art 1923 5/14   From libraries of Judge Martin A Knapp of Wash. D.C., Nathan Gallizier of Cincinnati, Ohio, Charles F. Kennedy of Brewster, Me., and the Edouard Dujardin collection of autograph letters by George Moore   8597
American Art 1923 11/5-6   Collection of William F. Gable of Altoona, Pa. Photograph and brief bio of William F. Gable in catalogue 8643
American Art 1923 11/12   American lithographs including many by Currier and Ives, including the collection of Mr. E.C. Ford    
American Art 1923 11/13   American plays, poetry and songsters; the collection of Albert A. Bieber   8647
American Art 1923 11/27   Includes library of Dr. William M. Conant of Boston, Mass.   8652
American Art 1923 12/3-4 Part II Collection of William F. Gable of Altoona, Pa. Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes and letter from Lathrop C. Harper with results 8656
American Art 1923 12/3   Library of Jules R. Kahn of Chicago, Ill.   8657
American Art 1924 1/7-9   Americana; includes material from Mr. H.C. Holmes of San Francisco   8667
American Art 1924 1/22   Includes library of Mrs. Ellen B. Roberts of New York City   8674
American Art 1924 1/30, 2/1   Herman L.R. Edgar collections of first editions of  Thackeray, inscribed first editions of Joseph Conrad, and first editions of Charles B. Eddy. Sporting prints   8678
American Art 1924 2/13-14 Part III Collection of William F. Gable of Altoona, Pa. Autographs and manuscripts   8684
American Art 1924 2/18   Prints, drawings and watercolors    
American Art 1924 2/19   Etchings from collection of Henry Field of Chicago    
American Art 1924 2/26-27   Rare Americana. Samuel Elam and later owners NYSL Order Dept. notes and letter from L.C. Harper with sale results 8688
American Art 1924 2/27   Near Eastern art from collection of Frank Gair Macomber of Boston, Mass.    
American Art  1924 2/28-29   From libraries of William Barbour and Julia Adelaide Barbour and of J. G. Ward   8690
American Art 1924 3/7-8   Serota Collection, Portland, Maine.
Furniture, glass and hook rugs
   
American Art 1924 3/10-11   William F. Gable of Altoona, Pa.
Part Four: English and American Authors
  8694
American Art 1924 3/17-18   Art reference library of Charles B. Eddy of Plainfield, N.J., with additions   8696
American Art 1924 3/19-20   Modern furniture and furnishings from residence of Mrs. Sidmon McHie of New York City    
American Art 1924 4/9-11   William Gates collection relating to Mexico and Central America. Includes a separate announcement of the sale
NYSL call number: C,016.972,G259,89-45605
8706
American Art 1924 4/22-24   Property of a prominent Pennsylvania collector   8713
American Art 1924 4/28-29   Stephen H. Wakeman collection of nineteenth-century American writers   8716
American Art 1924 5/8-9   Library of George B. Woodward of New York and standard literature from Stephen H. Wakeman of New York with Washingtoniana from estate of James A. Garland of Boston, Mass.   8723
American Art 1924 5/12-13   Selections from libraries of Roland R. Conklin of Huntington, Long Island and Charles F. Kennedy of Brewer, Maine   8724
American Art 1924 11/10   Sporting Books and Prints; part of the collection of Oliver H.P. Belmont   8753
American Art 1924 11/20   Library of Mrs. William B. Hayden of New York City   8759
American Art 1924 11/24-25 Part V Collection of William F. Gable of Altoona, Penn.   8761
American Art 1924 12/1-2   Fine books and manuscripts including the further property of a prominent Pennsylvania collector   8764
American Art 1924 12/4-5   Finest productions of The French Press including the later library of Mr. A.J. Morin, of Chicago, Ill.   8766
American Art 1925 1/5-6   The K.D. Ellsworth Library with additional sources Letter from Lathrop C. Harper reporting results of NYSL bid 8772
American Art 1925 1/8-9 Part Six Collection of William F. Gable of Altoona, Pa. Letter from Lathrop C. Harper reporting results of NYSL bids and NYSL Order Dept. notes 8774
American Art 1925 1/20-21   Library of Miss Florence Sturdivant of Boston, Mass. With some other properties   8782
American Art 1925 1/29   Memorabilia of the Presidents. The collection of Mr. Henry Goldsmith of New York   8787
American Art 1925 1/30   Americana printed and in manuscript belonging to Mr. William Dormitzer, together with the Americana portion of the K.D. Ellsworth library Letter from Lathrop C. Harper reporting results of NYSL bids and NYSL Order Dept. notes 8788
American Art 1925 2/5   Oriental Antiques. The Ton-Ying Collection   Not in McKay
American Art 1925 2/5-6   First editions, including the collection of Mr. Elmer E. Chandler, original manuscripts of Robert Louis Stevenson, and rare angling books from Dr. Samuel W. Lambert   8793
American Art 1925 2/12-13   Remaining Americana portion of the Walter Dormitzer collection of autographs together with other properties   8796
American Art 1925 2/24-25   Library of Mr. Robert S. Barclay and library sets of esteemed authors sumptuously bound   8799
American Art 1925 3/3-4 Part 7 Collection of William F. Gable of Altoona, Penn.   8801
American Art 1925 3/6   Americana, books and autographs, including the Revolutionary War collection of Mr. Arthur P. Howard Letter from Lathrop C. Harper reporting results of NYSL bids and NYSL Order Dept. notes 8804
American Art 1925 3/10-11   The Luther A Brewer collection of books on printing and bookmaking, the remaining portion of the library of Florence Sturdivant of Boston, Mass., and selections from the library of Lillie G. Phoenix of New York City Letter from Lathrop C. Harper reporting results of NYSL bids and NYSL Order Dept. notes 8805
American Art 1925 3/11   American antiques from collection of Rebecca Caldwell of Philadelphia and other sources    
American Art 1925 3/12-14   Final public sale of The Art House, Inc.    
American Art 1925 3/16-17   Fine French Furniture, Louis XVI style. From Richard Sussman, 417 Riverside Drive, New York City    
American Art 1925 3/21   Supplementary catalogue of collection of the French Furniture Importing Company    
American Art 1925 3/30-4/1   Library of Francis R. Arnold of New York City; includes portrait of Mr. Arnold   8814
American Art 1925 4/2   Kouchakji Freres Colllection   Not in McKay
American Art 1925 4/3   Collection of Countess Agnes Minotto   Not in McKay
American Art 1925 4/15   Library of Rev. Paul F. McAlenney of Hartford, Conn.   8819
American Art 1925 4/16 Part VIII Collection of William F. Gable of Altoona, Pa. First editions, manuscripts, presidents and signers   8822
American Art 1925 4/17   Etchings and engravings. Selections from the portfolio of George Matthew Adams    
American Art 1925 4/20-21   Collection of George Barr McCutcheon   8823
American Art 1925 4/23-24   Library of Dr. George C.F. Williams of Hartford, Conn.   8825
American Art 1925 4/28-29   From libraries of Veryl Preston and Walter Learned   8828
American Art 1925 4/29   Chinese snuff bottles belonging to Miss E. Constance Woodward of New York City    
American Art 1925 4/30   Literature of polar regions and northern America formed by Henry Brevoort Kane   8829
American Art 1925 4/30   Remaining portion of autograph collection of Walter Dormitzer   8830
American Art 1925 5/4-5   From the libraries of Carlotta Russell Lowell, Dr. Dudley Tenney and Louise Van Dyke of Grosse Point, Mich.   8831
American Art 1925 5/7-8   Libraries of Mrs. Robert Stewart and Rev. Paul F. McAlenney   8833
American Art 1925 5/8   From library of David Williams of New York City   8834
American Art 1925 11/4   Library of Mrs. Hamilton Fish NYSL Order Dept. notes with null bid results from Lathrop C. Harper 8863
American Art 1925 11/12   Charles F. Gunther collection sold by Chicago Historical Society.
Part I
  8867
American Art 1925 11/18-19   First editions including selections from the libraries of Vincent Starrett of Chicago and Waldo R. Brown of Wyoming, N.Y.   8868
American Art 1925 11/24   From Library of Alexander W. Hannah of Chicago, Ill., and collection of holograph letters by Bret Harte sold by his grandson Geoffrey Bret Harte   8871
American Art 1925 11/27   Americana and Canadiana mainly from the library of W.W.C. Wilson of Montreal, Canada NYSL Order Dept. notes with results of null bids from Lathrop C. Harper 8872
American Art 1925 12/2-3   Material from library of Mr. Edward Appleyard of James, N.Y., and ornithological books from Mr. Lithgow Osborne of Auburn, N.Y.   8874
American Art 1925 12/10-11   Library of Charles MacNeill of New York City and a further portion of holograph letters of Bret Harte, sold by his grandson, Geoffrey Bret Harte NYSL Order Dept. notes with results of null bids from Lathrop C. Harper 8879
American Art 1925 12/16   Madama Pietro Cattadori. Collection of real laces and embroidered linens Manuscript indications of buyers but not prices  
American Art 1927 12/12-13   Selections from the libraries of Robert Scoville of New York City, Arthur N. Hosking of New Rochelle, N.Y. and from the estate of the late Miss Isabella Freedman, and from the stock of Mrs. George H. Holden&39;s shop, New York City   9070
Anderson 1900 11/22-23 36
Part I
Library of Thomas J. McKee.
American literature and plays
Price list
NYSL call number: C,018.2,qM15
5186
Anderson 1901 1/28-29 44
Part II
Library of Thomas J. McKee.
Dramatic literature, English and American
Priced catalogue
NYSL call number: C,018.2,qM15
5208
Anderson 1901 3/6-8 50 Prints from collection of Clarence Cook and others Priced catalogue
Has a photograph of Mr. Anderson&39;s auction rooms
 
Anderson 1901 3/20 53 Dramatic and literary autographs Priced catalogue 5242
Anderson 1901 4/25-26 60 Dramatic autographs letters, playbills and portraits of Col. T. Allston Brown Priced catalogue 5276
Anderson 1901 4/29-30 61
Part III
Library of Thomas J. McKee.
English plays of the 16th,17th, and 18th centuries
Priced catalogue
NYSL call number: C,018.2,qM15
5279
Anderson 1901 5/28 67 Prints Priced catalogue  
Anderson 1901 6/6 70     5309
Anderson 1901 6/11 71 English and American authors   5311
Anderson 1901 10/30,31-11/1 76 Prints Priced catalogue  
Anderson 1901 11/20-22 79 Engraved American portraits collected by Dr. Samuel S. Purple Priced catalogue  
Anderson 1901 12/2-3 81
Part IV
Library of Thomas J. McKee.
Early English Literature
Price list
NYSL call number: C,018.2,qM15
5372
Anderson 1901 12/16 84 Literary possessions of Gen. Adam Badeau, military secretary to Gen. Grant Priced catalogue 5383
Anderson 1902 1/16-17 86 Engraved American portraits collected by Dr. Samuel S. Pope Priced catalogue  
Anderson 1902 1/24 87 Prints Priced catalogue  
Anderson 1902 2/17-18 Part V Library of Thomas J. McKee. Price list
NYSL call number: C,018.2,qM15
5416
Anderson 1902 2/24-28 91 Library of John L. Appleton   5420
Anderson 1902 3/31-4/4 98 Harvey Nebe collection of prints Priced catalogue  
Anderson 1902 4/7-9 99 Americana   5448
Anderson 1902 4/15 102 Prints Priced catalogue 5454
Anderson 1902 4/25- 105 Books relating to Ireland   5458
Anderson 1902 4/29-30-5/1 107 Prints from dramatic collection of Harvey Nebe Partial Priced catalogue  
Anderson 1902 5/5 109 Prints    
Anderson 1902 5/12-13 111
Part VI
Library of Thomas J. McKee. Price list
NYSL call number: C,018.2,qM15
5473
Anderson 1902 5/19 114 Autograph letters belonging to the late General Badeau Priced catalogue 5480
Anderson 1902 5/21 116 Prints    
Anderson 1902 5/28 119 Prints    
Anderson 1902 6/5 121     5491
Anderson 1902 11/20 139 Prints    
Anderson 1903 1/20-23 Part I Collection of Peter Gilsey: Art, literature, history, and drama   5584
Anderson 1903 2/9 153 Engraved portraits and views    
Anderson 1903 2/17-18 156 Prints and playbills    
Anderson 1903 2/24-27 158
Part II
Collection of Peter Gilsey: Art, literature, history, and drama
Abraham Lincoln
  5606
Anderson 1903 3/5-6 160 Manuscripts and literary correspondence of John G. Whittier Priced catalogue 5614
Anderson 1903 3/18-20 Part III Collection of Peter Gilsey: Art, literature, history, and drama   5624
Anderson 1903 3/26 164 Prints    
Anderson 1903 3/31 165 Library of David Levy of New York City   5634
Anderson 1903 4/14 170 Prints    
Anderson 1903 4/16-17 169 Catalogue of an exceptionally choice collection of books, autographs and drawings.   5647
Anderson 1903 4/27-28 175 Part VII Library of Thomas J. McKee:
Manuscripts, prints, playbills
Price list
NYSL call number: C,018.2,qM15
5656
Anderson 1903 5/1 177 Engraved Portraits    
Anderson 1903 5/14 183 Prints    
Anderson 1903 5/20 184 Autograph Letters Priced catalogue 5672
Anderson 1903 5/26 188 Prints    
Anderson 1903 6/1 190 Prints and photographs    
Anderson 1903 10/9 221 Autograph letters Priced catalogue 5703
Anderson 1903 10/19-22 225 Library of American history collected by the late Henry T. Drowne   5707
Anderson 1903 11/2 229 Prints (specially suited for extra-illustrating) Priced catalogue  
Anderson 1903 12/2-3 241
Part I
Collection of Augustus Toedteberg,   5728
Anderson 1904 1/4 252 Prints Priced catalogue  
Anderson 1904 1/18 258 Pamphlets relating to Abraham Lincoln, a few on John Brown, and Confederate imprints NYSL call number: C,012,L73,A
vol. 1
5749
Anderson 1904 1/21 260 Collection of William E. Robinson: Autograph letters Priced catalogue 5751
Anderson 1904 2/11 268 Prints Priced catalogue  
Anderson 1904 2/18-19 270 Books, bookplates, autograph letters and some rare books and medals relating to Abraham Lincoln   5762
Anderson 1904 2/23 271 Books, maps and pamphlets mostly relating to the Civil War   5763
Anderson 1904 3/1 274 Literary manuscripts and autograph letters gathered by George M. Williamson of Grand-View-on-Hudson, N.Y. Priced catalogue 5767
Anderson 1904 3 / 4 277 Portraits and Engravings
Brady&39;s Photographs of Noted Persons
Priced catalogue  
Anderson 1904 3/10-11 280 Interesting books   5774
Anderson 1904 3/18 283 Engravings and paintings, four valuable violins Priced catalogue  
Anderson 1904 3/22 285 Catalogue of autographs, pamphlets, engravings, etc. relating to Abraham Lincoln NYSL call number: C,012,L73A, v. 1 5778
Anderson 1904 3/28-29 286 Stock of Messrs. Meyer Bros. & Co. Photographs of fine bindings
Partially Priced catalogue
5780
Anderson 1904 4/5-6 290 Prints Priced catalogue  
Anderson 1904 4/12 293 Prints Priced catalogue  
Anderson 1904 4/14 295 Prints from collection of James H. Richardson of Brooklyn Priced catalogue  
Anderson 1904 4/28-29 299 Engravings, water-colors, oil paintings from collection of John M. Falconer of Brooklyn    
Anderson 1904 5/2-3 300
Part I
From Collection of Bishop John F. Hurst of Washington D. C.
Washington and Franklin
  5795
Anderson 1904 5/9 304 Books and engravings relating to life and times of Napoleon I collected by John F. Carter of Philadelphia   5800
Anderson 1904 5/13 307 Prints Priced catalogue  
Anderson 1904 6/6 315 Prints and drawings Priced catalogue  
Anderson 1904 6/14 317 Civil War letters and documents, books and maps relating to America   5815
Anderson 1904 6/15 318 Prints and engravings Priced catalogue  
Anderson 1904 10/6-7 322
Part III
Collection of Augustus Toedteberg: Prints, drawings, autographs, playbills, etc.   5821
Anderson 1904 10/14 324
Part IV
Collection of Augustus Toedteberg: Autograph letters   5826
Anderson 1904 11/21-22 337 Library of George B. De Forest   5849
Anderson 1904 11/28-29 338
Part II
From the collection of Bishop John F. Hurst, of Washington D. C.  Americana Native languages of America, New England primers, writing of the Mathers 5851
Anderson 1904 12/7 343     5854
Anderson 1904 12/8 342     5856
Anderson 1904 12/12-13 345
Part III
Collection of Bishop John F. Hurst of Washington D. C.
Americana, second portion
  5860
Anderson 1905 1/6 352 Civil War and a portion of the library of Col. John G. Nicolay of Washington D.C.   5871
Anderson 1905 2/20-21 366
Part VIII
Library of Thomas J. McKee:
Manuscripts, autographs, portraits, playbills
Price list
NYSL call number: C,018.2,qM15
5896
Anderson 1905 3/20-22 371
Part IV
Collection of Bishop John F. Hurst of Washington D. C.
Books, letters, manuscripts
  5912
Anderson 1905 4/11-12 378     5923
Anderson 1905 4/26 383 Portraits mostly of Revolutionary and colonial periods Priced catalogue  
Anderson 1905 4/27 384 Paintings from collection of Edward Bierstadt and the estates of John H.V. Arnold and Edward Dexter    
Anderson 1905 5/9 388 Autograph letters and documents of the Civil War period Priced catalogue 5944
Anderson 1905 5/19 391 Rare books and manuscripts including items from collection of Evert Jansen Wendell   5949
Anderson 1905 5/24-25 389
Part I
Library of Wilberforce Eames
Americana
Postponed from May 17. 5948
Anderson 1905 6/5-7 396 Prints from the collection of John H.V. Arnold    
Anderson 1905 6/14-15 398     5966
Anderson 1905 11/2-3 411 Library and Shakespearean relics of Frederick S. Tallmadge   6004
Anderson 1905 12/18-20 424 Collection of John H.V. Arnold. Engraved portraits and autograph letters   6036
Anderson 1906 3/8-9 Part II Library of Wilberforce Eames. The history, literature, and antiquities if England, Ireland, the Isle of Man, Scotland and Wales   6083
Anderson 1906 4/19-20 Part IX McKee, Thomas Jefferson drama and Americana Price list
NYSL call number: C,018.2,qM15
6119
Anderson 1908 4/27-28 667 Catalogue of Americana Partially priced
NYSL call number: C,016.973709,a
6518
Anderson 1909 2/23-25 728
Part IV
Library of Henry W. Poor of New York City NYSL call number: C,018.2 6625
Anderson 1909 12/1-2 Part I Library of Louis I. Haber of New York City Priced
NYSL call number: C,018.2,H11
6750
Anderson 1909 12/7-8 Part II Library of Louis I. Haber of New York City Priced
NYSL call number: C,018.2,H11
6755
Anderson 1909 12/9-10 Parts III & IV Library of Louis I. Haber of New York City Priced
NYSL call number: C,018.2,H11
6758
Anderson 1911 4/24 Part I
(A-K)
Robert Hoe Library NYSL call number: C,018.2,H69c,v.1
2 copies
6972
Anderson 1911 5/1 Part II (L-Z) Robert Hoe Hibrary NYSL call number: C,018.2,H69c,v.1
2 copies
6979
Anderson 1912 1/8 Part II
(A-K)
Robert Hoe Library NYSL call number: C,018.2,H69c,v.2 7060
Anderson 1912 1/15 Part II
(L-Z)
Robert Hoe Library NYSL call number: C,018.2,H69c,v.2 7063
Anderson 1912 4/15 Part III
(A-K)
Robert Hoe Library NYSL call number: C,018.2,H69c,v.3 7108
Anderson 1912 4/22 Part III
(L-Z)
Robert Hoe Library NYSL call number: C,018.2,H69c,v.3 7111
Anderson 1912 11/11 Part IV
(A-K)
Robert Hoe Library NYSL call number: C,018.2,H69c,v.4 7173
Anderson 1912 11/18 Part IV
(L-Z)
Robert Hoe Library NYSL call number: C,018.2,H69c,v.4 7177
Anderson 1913 4/8 995
Part IV
Americana library of the late Benson J. Lossing
Autographs
Many items cut out 7238
Anderson 1915 10/25-28 Part I Burton, John C. Lincolniana Priced catalogue
NYSL call number: C,016.973709,A
7591
Anderson 1916 11/13-14 1248 Autograph letters and Lincolniana Priced catalogue
NYSL call number: C,016.973709,A
7748
Anderson 1920 5/10 1500 Collection of Dr. Frank P. O&39;Brien of New York City
American pioneer life, dime novels
  8227
Anderson 1923 11/12-14 Part I
(A-C)
Library of John Quinn In addition to the original, there is a 1969 reprint of the 1924 edition with printed price list. NYSL call number: C,018.2,Q7 8646
Anderson 1923 12/10-12 Part II
(D-H)
Library of John Quinn In addition to the original, there is a 1969 reprint of the 1924 edition with printed price list. NYSL call number: C,018.2,Q7 8660
Anderson 1924 1/14-16 Part III
(I-M)
Library of John Quinn In addition to the original, there is a 1969 reprint of the 1924 edition with printed price list. NYSL call number: C,018.2,Q7 8669
Anderson 1924 2/11-13 Part IV
(M-S)
Library of John Quinn In addition to the original, there is a 1969 reprint of the 1924 edition with printed price list. NYSL call number: C,018.2,Q7 8682
Anderson 1924 3/17-20 Part V
(S-Z)
Library of John Quinn In addition to the original, there is a 1969 reprint of the 1924 edition with printed price list. NYSL call number: C,018.2,Q7 8697
Anderson 1924 12/8 1895 Selections from library of Herbert D. Ward of South Berwick, Maine.  Early volumes formerly belonging to Mrs. Florence Web of Hedgerly, Old Westbury, L.I. And other consigments   8768
Anderson 1926 5/17 2,075 Williams, Dr. George Clinton Fairchild (Hartford, Conn.) historical library
Americana, autograph letters
NYSL call number: C,016.9733,W72 8936
Bangs 1849 3/31   Catalogue of a large and valuable collection of superb English books... NYSL call number: N,017.3,B216, 99-9602 Not in McKay
Bangs 1851 5/19   Catalogue of a superb collection of English books ... NYSL call number: N,017.3,B216,99-9601 0559
Bangs 1856 10/26   Books, coins, medals, and autographs    
Bangs 1858 10/26   Bibliotheca Numismatica, Autographica et Classica
Classical & Miscellaneous Works
  0772
Bangs 1859 5/4-5   Wm. Leggett Bramhall Esq. Collection of American and foreign coins, tokens, medals, &c.    
Bangs 1859 6/7   Valuable collection of coins, medals, numismatic books, &c.    
Bangs 1860 5/28   Library of Prof. W.W. Turner of the Patent Office at Washington Biographical sketch of Turner 0868
Bangs 1861 11/16   Choice collection of new books   0931
Bangs 1862 3/19-20   Coins, medals and Continental money    
Bangs 1862 11/11-14   Specimens from the American portion of the Finotti collection of coins and medals, the property of W. Elliot Woodward of Roxbury, Mass.    
Bangs 1862 6/4   Library of Dr. John W. Francis, L.L.D.   0952
Bangs 1863 9/15-17   American coins, medals (colonial, presidential, political) ... Property of J. P. Leavitt, Esq., Cincinnati, Ohio   Not in McKay
Bangs 1864 5/2-   Entire collection of Mr. John Allan Catalogue prepared by Joseph Sabin with preface on Mr. Allen and his books by Joseph Sabin
NYSL notations
Sale was originally set for 4/25
NYSL call number: C,018.2,A41,Copy 1, Copy 2
Copies 1 & 2 are priced
1025
Bangs 1864 6/27   Library of the late Rev. John N. Campbell, D. D. of Albany, N.Y.   1035
Bangs 1866 11/8-10   Library of T. H. Morrell.  Americana NYSL call number: MB/FF,970,S11,79-25555 1158
Bangs 1869 1/12-14   Books on America belonging to T. H. Morrell
Americana, fine bindings
  1388
Bangs 1869 3/29   Library of the late Hon. Albert G. Greene formerly of Providence, R. I., and more recently of Cleveland, Ohio
Americana, American poetry
NYSL call number: C,018.2,G79 1425
Bangs 1870 3/21   Library of  John Asaph Rice Priced total of sale $43,000
NYSL call number: C,018.2,R49
NYSL call number: MB/FF,970,S11,79-25555
1534
Bangs 1871 1/30 Part I William Gowans, bookseller NYSL call number: C,017.3,G72,v. 1-4 1600
Bangs 1871 2/20 Part II William Gowans, bookseller NYSL call number: C,017.3,G72,v. 1-4 1609
Bangs 1871 3/20 Part III William Gowans, bookseller NYSL call number: C,017.3,G72,v. 1-4 1613
Bangs 1871 4/10 Part IV William Gowans, bookseller NYSL call number: C,017.3,G72,v. 1-4 1621
Bangs 1871 5/22 Part V William Gowans, bookseller NYSL call number: C,017.3,G72,v. 5-10 1630
Bangs 1871 6/5 Part VI William Gowans, bookseller NYSL call number: C,017.3,G72,v. 5-10 1634
Bangs 1871 6/19 Part VII William Gowans, bookseller NYSL call number: C,017.3,G72,v. 5-10 1638
Bangs 1871 9/5 Part VIII William Gowans, bookseller NYSL call number: C,017.3,G72,v. 5-10 1641
Bangs 1871 9/25 Part IX William Gowans, bookseller NYSL call number: C,017.3,G72,v. 5-10 1646
Bangs 1871 10/9 Part X William Gowans, bookseller NYSL call number: C,017.3,G72,v. 5-10 1648
Bangs 1871 10/23 Part XI William Gowans, bookseller NYSL call number: C,017.3,G72,v. 11-16 1650
Bangs 1871 11/6 Part XII William Gowans, bookseller NYSL call number: C,017.3,G72,v. 11-16 1654
Bangs 1871 11/20 Part XIII William Gowans, bookseller NYSL call number: C,017.3,G72,v. 11-16 1659
Bangs 1871 12/11 Part XIV William Gowans, bookseller NYSL call number: C,017.3,G72,v. 11-16 1661
Bangs 1872 1/15 Part XV William Gowans, bookseller NYSL call number: C,017.3,G72,v. 11-16 1668
Bangs 1872 1/23-25   Books relating to America Penciled note that this is "Munsell&39;s sale" [Joel Munsell of Albany, N.Y.] 1671
Bangs 1872 2/5 Part XVI William Gowans, bookseller
NYSL call number: C,017.3,G72,v. 11-16 1675
Bangs 1873 5/26   Choice Collection of Books   1769
Bangs 1873 6/5   Good, Rare and Curious Books from a private library   1773A
Bangs 1873 6/12-13   Standard and Rare Books; also an articulated human skeleton   Not in McKay
Bangs 1873 6/17-18   Americana including genealogy, local and Indian history   1774
Bangs 1875 5/24-   Thomas Warren Field  Library American Indians Has list of prices
NYSL call number: C,016.97,F45
1985
Bangs 1876 4/24   Ephraim George Squier Library.  Principally Americana Catalogue edited by Joseph Sabin
NYSL call number: C.016.972.S77
2105
Bangs 1878 5/22-23 Concluding portion Library of late Wm. B. Sprague of Albany, New York   2380
Bangs 1878 6/3   Autograph letters, documents, and signatures   2384
Bangs 1878 6/5-6   State, county and town histories   2386
Bangs 1878 6/25-26   Collection of Good Books   2394
Bangs 1878 9/9-10   Miscellaneous Collection   2400
Bangs 1878 9/26-27   An English Consignment of Books   2405
Bangs 1878 9/30-10/1   Miscellaneous theological books   2406
Bangs 1878 11/18 Vol. I Bibliotheca curiosa.  Library of Andrew Odell of New York NYSL call number: C,018.2,qO23 2435
Bangs 1878 12/2   Library of Mr. James Usher of New York   2441
Bangs 1879 2/17-18   Standard, Illustrated and Rare Books   2477
Bangs 1879 5/7-8   Standard and Scarce Books   2516
Bangs 1879 5/13-   Regular Spring Parcel Sale   2518
Bangs 1879 5/22-23   Elegant and Scarce Books   2521
Bangs 1879 6/2-3   Miscellaneous Books   2527
Bangs 1879 6/16   Miscellaneous and Theological Books   Not in Mc Kay
Bangs 1879 6/17-18   Books and Pamphlets, the greater part relating to America   2532
Bangs 1879 6/23   Americana and Miscellaneous Books   2533
Bangs 1879 6/24-25   Elegant and Rare Books   2534
Bangs 1879 9/8-9   Miscellaneous Books   2539
Bangs 1879 9/15-16   Works on Architecture, History, Travels, Antiquities, Bibliography...   2541
Bangs 1879 9/17   Miscellaneous Books, all new publications or new editions   2543
Bangs 1879 9/22-23   Valuable Books, Engravings and Original Drawings   Not in Mc Kay
Bangs 1879 10/3   Valuable Collection of English and American books   2549
Bangs 1879 10/10   Americana, General and Local Histories   2551
Bangs 1879 10/16-18   Library of Rev. Joseph M. Finotti including a Silver Medal of Charles Carroll of Carrellton Items 1-218 priced 2554
Bangs 1879 10/20-21   Standard and Illustrated Books   Not in McKay
Bangs 1879 10/29   Americana   2558
Bangs 1879 11/3   Theological Books Not in McKay
Bangs 1879 11/21   Miscellaneous Books   2569
Bangs 1879 11/24-25   Library of Mr. Bayard Taylor   2570
Bangs 1879 12/1   Theological, Religious, and Miscellaneous Books   Not in McKay
Bangs 1880 3/22 Vol. II Bibliotheca curiosa.  Library of Andrew Odell of New York Special edition
NYSL call number: C,018.2,qO23
2618
Bangs 1881 3/7-   Library of the late William H. Tuthill of Tipton, Iowa Has a brief biography of Tuthill
NYSL Order Dept. notes
2731
Bangs 1881 4/18-23   Library of the late Rev. E. H. Chapin, D. D.   2745
Bangs 1882 4/24   Library of John H. Wheeler, Historian of North Carolina
Americana
  2821
Bangs 1882 9/26-27 Old Law Specially selected and arranged for this sale by Soule & Bugbee, law publishers, importers and booksellers, 37 Court St.,  Boston.   2847
Bangs 1882 12/14-16   A portion of the library of the late E. S. Sanford, Esq., of New York City   2884
Bangs 1883 1/22-23   Americana   2901
Bangs 1883 4/2-6   Library of the late Charles I. Bushnell. 
Americana, engravings, autographs, historical relics, wood-blocks engraved by Dr. Anderson, &c.
Compiled by Alex&39;r Denham
Has an engraving of Charles I. Bushnell as frontispiece 2941
Bangs 1883 4/26   Collection devoted to the War of the Rebellion NYSL Order Dept. notes including a few prices  Not in McKay
Bangs 1884 10/27-29   Library of Col. Edward C. James, Ogdensburg, N.Y.   3115
Bangs 1884 11/10-14   Library of the late Hon. James Maurice of Maspeth, Long Island, N.Y.   3121
Bangs 1884 12/15   Library of Rev. Jonathan R. Burr, D.D.   3143
Bangs 1885 2/16-18   Library of Rezin A. Wright, Esq., of New York City   3170
Bangs 1885 4/15-17   Library of the late Hon. Edward W.M. Mackey of South Carolina NYSL order notes 3190
Bangs 1885 5/1-2   Viking and the red man: catalogue of a collection of prehistoric stone objects, and the pottery of the mound builders; also a variety of other curious objects    
Bangs 1885 6/23-27   A Curious Collection of Books and Pamphlets NYSL order notes 3217
Bangs 1885 11/16-21   Library of the late Richard Grant White, Esq., of New York   3250
Bangs 1885 12/1-4   A Portion of the library of J. Thomas Scharf, A.M., LL.D. of Baltimore, Md.
Americana
  3260
Bangs 1885 12/7-10   Library of Edward Livingston with additions NYSL notes 3261
Bangs 1886 3/10-11   Collection of autographs   3300
Bangs 1886 4/12-16 Part I Books, Autographs, etc. collected by C.W. Frederickson of New York City   3315
Bangs 1886 4/19-22   W. Elliot Woodward&39;s Eighty-First Sale, Numismatics, Archaeology, Genealogy, Local History, Trials, Amateur Publications, &c. A Private library NYSL notes 3316
Bangs 1886 6/7-9   Catalogue of a valuable collection of books and autographs and the largest list of first American editions ever sold in New york NYSL call number: C,017.3,Ap.v.1 3342
Bangs 1886 6/17   The Robinson Collection of Autographs   3350
Bangs 1886 10/5-8   Collection of autographs from estate of Lewis J. Cist, Esq.   3362
Bangs 1886 11/12-13   Autographs: The Duke Collection   3381
Bangs 1886 12/1-3   Library of the late John B. Moreau, Esq., of New York City   3394
Bangs 1887 2/23-25 Part III Collection of autographs from the estate of Lewis J. Cist, Esq.   3427
Bangs 1887 4/18-19   The Barker Collection of Autographs   3454
Bangs 1887 5/2-6   Biblical, Classical & Miscellaneous Library of the late Charles Short   3463
Bangs 1887 5/23-25   Library of the late Richard M. Hoe   3475
Bangs 1889 12/10-13   Americana   3800
Bangs 1890 1/14-16   Library of the late Professor Alexander Johnson of Princeton, N.J. Several pages partly missing 3810
Bangs 1890 10/6-20   Library of James Stephenson, Esq., of Montreal, Canada NYSL notes 3875
Bangs 1890 10/13-16   Library of the late Henry B. Dawson, LL.D NYSL notes 3877
Bangs 1890 11/11-14   Library of William H. Post of New York NYSL notes 3886
Bangs 1890 11/25-26   Collection of books, also several paintings and etchings and a black walnut cabinet.  Stereotype plates and copyrights for estate of Lockwood & Coombs NYSL notes  
Bangs 1890 12/1-3   Library of Stephen J. Halsey NYSL notes 3895
Bangs 1891 3/30   Library of English Literature Many items priced 3939
Bangs 1891 5/25-27   Valuable, Scarce, and Entertaining Books   3969
Bangs 1892 1/25-28   Library of John B. Dunbar NYSl notes 4045
Bangs 1892 2/29-3/5 Part I Library of Mr. T.V. Holbrow of New York City NYSL notes 4058
Bangs 1892 10/3-7   Valuable Collection of Americana   4098
Bangs 1893 4/10-   The entire stock of Mitchell&39;s retiring from business NYSL Order Dept. notes   4126
Bangs 1893 5/8- Part I Library of George H. Moore, LL.D   4172
Bangs 1893 6/19-23   Library of Henry Ward Poole NYSL Order Dept. notes 4192
Bangs 1893 9/28-29   Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 4201
Bangs 1893 10/23-27   Library of George F. Parsons of this city (New York) and ten good book-cases NYSL Order Dept. notes 4210
Bangs 1893 11/2-3   Small private collection of books NYSL Order Dept. notes 4215
Bangs 1893  11/6   Library of Dr. Milton Josiah Roberts including  a portion of the library of Mrs. Martha J. Lamb NYSL Order Dept. notes 4215A
Bangs 1893  11/8-10   Part of the library of Prof. William Swinton NYSL Order Dept. notes 4216
Bangs 1893 11/13-17   Library of Jared Miller of Brooklyn, Long Island NYSL Order Dept. notes 4217
Bangs 1893 11/27-28   Americana, historical pamphlets and Confederate works NYSL Order Dept. notes 4221
Bangs 1893 12/18-22   Library of George McLaughlin of Cincinnati, Ohio NYSL Order Dept. notes 4230
Bangs 1894 1/23-24   Library of George I. Seney NYSL Order Dept. notes 4239
Bangs 1894 2/5- Part II Library of George H. Moore, LL.D NYSL Order Dept. notes 4245
Bangs 1894 2/12-   Library of Thomas Francis Donnelly, Brooklyn, L. I. NYSL Order Dept. notes 4247
Bangs 1894 4/25-27   Library of John Wolfe with other Consignments NYSL Order Dept. notes 4278
Bangs 1894 5/7-12 Part I Library of Michael Hennessy of Brooklyn, N. Y. NYSL Order Dept. notes 4281
Bangs 1894 10/1-5 Part II Library of Michael Hennessy of Brooklyn N. Y. NYSL Order Dept. notes 4315
Bangs 1895 1/7-11 Part III Library of Nelson J. Waterbury
Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes 4353
Bangs 1895 1/14-16   Private Library NYSL Order Dept. notes 4356
Bangs 1895 3/25-30 Part I Library of Lawrence Dale Alexander Printed price list
NYSL call number: C,018.2,A37
4384
Bangs 1895 4/8-10   Library of Edwin Mead, Jr., of New York   4389
Bangs 1895 4/15-19 Part II Library of Lawrence Dale Alexander Printed price list
NYSL call number: C,018.2,A37
4392
Bangs 1895 4/29   Duplicates from the Lenox library   4398
Bangs 1895 5/16-17   First editions of American authors from the Library of Charles A. Montgomery of Brooklyn, N.Y .   4411
Bangs 1895 5/20-22   Valuable, Rare and Interesting Books NYSL Order Dept. notes 4412
Bangs 1895 11/11-14   Library of Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 4453
Bangs 1895 11/18-21   Library of David Adee, Esq., of New York City   4455
Bangs 1895 12/9   Americana including unusual books and pamphlets from the library of Fernando Wood NYSL Order Dept. notes 4464
Bangs 1896 3/25-28   Library of Standard Works, Illustrated Books, etc., and autograph Letters NYSL notes 4507
Bangs 1896 4/11 Choice Literary Autographs and Manuscripts   4513
Bangs 1896 5/13-15   A private library on the War of the Rebellion NYSL notes 4529
Bangs 1896 10/5-6   A Library of General and Miscellaneous Literature NYSL notes 4556
Bangs 1896 10/12-17   Library of the late William R. Williams, S.T.D., LL.D, pastor of the Amity Baptist Church of New York NYSL notes 4559
Bangs 1896 12/10-11   Library of George H. Harris, the well-known historian of Western New York NYSL notes 4579
Bangs 1897 1/11   Autograph letters mainly written to James R. Osgood   4589
Bangs 1897 1/18-22 Part III Library of Henry F. Sewall of New York City   4593
Bangs 1897 2/10-11   Library of William Matthews, the well known book-binder Contains a photograph of William Mathews 4606
Bangs 1897 4/5-8 Part I Library of the late Edward Hale Bierstadt (New York) , treasurer of the Grolier Club Priced catalogue
NYSL call number: C,018.2,B58
4628
Bangs 1897 4/19-22 Part II Library of the late Edward Hale Bierstadt (New York), treasurer of the Grolier Club Priced catalogue
NYSL call number: C,018.2,B58
4636
Bangs 1897 5/10-11   Collection including new books in quantities   4645
Bangs 1897 5/24-28   Library, Manuscripts and Autographs of Charles W. Frederickson Has photographic portrait of Frederickson 
On cover: "For M. Dewey"
NYSL Order Dept. notations
4653
Bangs 1898 4/11-13   Interesting Collection of Old and New Books   4769
Bangs 1898 4/26-29   Library of Francis B. Hayes of Boston, Mass. NYSL notes 4776
Bangs 1898 5/5-6   Catalogue of Books, new and old   4780
Bangs 1898 10/10-14   Library of the late Rt. Rev. William Stevens Perry, D.D., bishop of the Diocese of Iowa NYSL notes 4810
Bangs 1898 12/12-14   Catalogue of Standard, Curious and Scarce Books NYSL notes 4841
Bangs 1899 1/16-20   Library of Mr. Henry Probasco of Cincinnati NYSL notes 4853
Bangs 1899 3/6-10 Part II Catalogue of Geo.  H. Richmond & Co., successors to David G. Francis and S.B. Luyster   4878
Bangs 1899 3/27-29   Library of the late Robert H. Labberton, LL.D. of New York   4887
Bangs 1899 12/20-22   Books with a liberal sprinkling of Americana NYSL notes 4993
Bangs 1900 2/7-8   Duplicates from library of Hubert Howe Bancroft relating to California, Mexico and Central America   5019
Bangs 1900 2/19   Autographs and manuscripts relating to American history and the arts   5027
Bangs 1900 3/12-14   Library of Mr. Christian P. Roos of New York City. 
First editions of American and English authors
  5045
Bangs 1900 4/23-26   Library of from John Harvey Vincent  Arnold
Trials and legal literature
NYSL call number: C,016.34,A756,90-48177 5077
Bangs 1900 5/22-23   Americana and General Literature   5104
Bangs 1900 10/2   Americana and First Editions   5128
Bangs 1900 11/12-13 Rare Americana   5158
Bangs 1900 11/22-23   Autographs and manuscripts, American and foreign   5169
Bangs 1900 12/11   Americana   5182
Bangs 1900 12/12-13   Napoleon, French Revolution, Americana   5183
Bangs 1900 12/18-19   Books and Autographs   5189
Bangs 1901 5/20   Americana   5295
Bangs 1901 9/30-10/1-2   Private Library   5328
Bangs 1901 10/25   Modern Standard Works   5346
Bangs 1902 5/12-15 Part II Library of Mr. John E. Burton of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin   5474
Birch 1869 12/1 8 Portion of the relics of Peale&39;s Museum, the property of Prof. Montroville Wilson Dickenson   1494
Book Auction Dinner 1938 12/8   Catalogue by A.S.W. Rosenbach.  Forward by Dr. Thomas Mann and preface by Professor Albert Einstein   Hotel Plaza, New York, New York. Auction sponsored by Joint Distribution Committee and Committee for Christian German Refugees.  
Boyd 1826 5/9-10   Library of the late Rev. Paschal N. Strong   Not in McKay
Christie 1851 7/30   Collection of books of prints galleries, works on art and engravings of the Right Hon. Viscount Midleton NYSL call number: N,017.3,C555,99-9603  
Christie 1856 4/28   Collection of the late Samuel Rogers, Esq., comprising ancient and modern pictures, drawings and engravings, Egyptian, Greek, and Roman antiquities, ... NYSL call number: Z,708.2,R72  
Christie 1878 2/25-27   Library of E.B. Jupp. Books illustrated by Thomas and John Bewick and engraved woodblocks by Bewick NYSL call number: Z,761,B57p  
Christie 1883 6/14   Choice collection of Limoges enamels from Blenheim palace NYSL call number: Z,738.4,M347  
Christie 1904 3/26   Choice collection of modern pictures, water colour drawings and works by old masters of C.H.T. Hawkins, Esq. deceased NYSL call number: Z,704.95,H393  
Christie 1918 2/4   Catalogue of the Medici archives, consisting of rare autographs letters, records and documents, 1048-1770 NYSL call number: Z,945.5,M489  
Cochrane, J.G. 1816 3/14-3/27   Library originally formed between 1610 and 1650 by Sir Robert Gordon of Gordonstoun ... with later additions NYSL call number: C,018.2,G66  
Cooley 1847 10/22-23   Catalogue of a collection of valuable English books ... NYSL call number: N,017.3,C774,99-9609 0452
Cooley 1848 10/5-7   Catalogue of an extensive and valuable library ... NYSL call number: N,017.3,C774,99-9608 0475
Cooley [1848] 12/18-19   Rare books on American history.  Catalogue of an exceedingly choice... NYSL call number: N,017.3,C774,99-9607 0485
Cooley [1848] 12/21-23   Catalogue of the exceedingly choice, valuable, and unique collection of books ancient and modern ... NYSL call number: N,017.3,C774,99-9610 0486
Cooley [1848] 12/29-30   Rare and valuable books. Catalogue of choice and rare books ... NYSL call number: N,017.3,C774,99-9607 0487
Cooley 1849 3/8-10   Catalogue of an extensive and valuable library NYSL call number: N,017.3,C774,99-9614 Not in McKay
Cooley 1849 4/24   Library of Mr. Charles Delaforest [sic] NYSL call number: N,017.3,C774,99-14904 0498
Cooley 1849 5/18-21   Remaining collection of books belonging to Mr. Charles de la Forest [sic] NYSL call number: N,017.3,C774,99-14905 Not in McKay
Cooley 1849 10/11-13   Catalogue of a choice and extensive library of ancient and modern books NYSL call number: N,017.3,C774,99-9618 0509
Cooley 1849 10/27   Catalogue of a choice collection of ancient and modern English literature ... NYSL call number: N,017.3,C774,99-9611 Not in McKay
Cooley 1849 12/21   Catalogue of a valuable collection of standard foreign and English works... NYSL call number: N,017.3,C774,99-9613 0514
Cooley 1850 4/18-19   Catalogue of the entire library of the late Rev. Andrew Stark, LL.D. NYSL call number: N,017.3,C774,99-9616 0529
Cooley 1850?        4/18-19   Catalogue of paintings and engravings, illustrated books, bronzes, Chinese and Japanese ware, articles of virtu and household furniture, &c. ...the property of Gideon Nye, Jr,. Esq., (now in Europe) NYSL call number: N,017.3,C774,99-9612  
Cooley 1850 4/22-   Catalogue of the entire private library of James Campbell NYSL call number: N,017.3,C774,99-14902 0530
Cooley 1850 5/2   Catalogue of a private library of choice and unique works, ... NYSL call number: N,017.3,C774,99-9617 0531
Cooley 1850 5/24-25   Catalogue of a choice private library, being a collection during several years of a gentleman now leaving the country ... NYSL call number: N,017.3,C774,99-14903 0536
Cooley 1850 6/20-22   Catalogue of an extensive collection of valuable German, French and Italian books... NYSL call number: N,017.3,C774,99-9615 Not in McKay
Cooley 1850 10/15   Catalogue of the entire private library of a gentleman about leaving the country ... NYSL call number: N,017.3,C774,99-9617 0543
Cooley [1850] 12/16   Catalogue of a magnificent and exceedingly valuable collection of a distinguished churchman   0548
Cooley [1851] 5/16-17   The professional and private library of the late Dr. John B. Beck, embracing the most desirable works in medicine, surgery, science, etc. NYSL call number: N,017.6,B393,95-7334 (2 copies) 0558
Cooley 1851 5/27-30   Catalogue of a large and valuable collection ... including the library of the late Rev. J.D. Ogilby   0560
Cooley 1865 4/11-   Library of Joel Munsell of Albany, N.Y.
Americana
  1067
Cooley 1865 10/23   Private library of choice books   1082
Cooley 1865 11/21   English books consigned by Mr. Henry G. Bohn, Nos. 4, 5, & 6 York Street, Covent Garden, London Date changed to 11/28 in ink 1090
Cooley 1865 11/22-23   Private library consisting of choice English and American editions   Not in McKay
Cunningham 1827 12/6   Catalogue of medical books and surgical instruments, mostly belonging to the estate of the late Dr. Prescott, of Newburyport NYSL call number: N,016.6109,C973,
96-6394
Not in McKay
Cunningham 1831 4/13   Rev. John Sylvester John Gardiner. Library (theology, classics, English literature, etc.). NYSL call number: N,040,Ap.v.5B13, No. 8 0232
Davis 1906 5/8-11   Collection of coins of the United States formed by the late Harlean P. Smith NYSL call number: Z,737,qS64  
Davis 1907 6/25-29   Collection of United States and foreign coins of the late Matthew Adams Stickney NYSL call number: Z,737,qS85  
Dickerman 1863     Sale of fine steel engravings, in gilt, walnut and rosewood frames NYSL call number: N,765.029,D549,98-5516  
Dickerman [1881] 4/15   Paintings by Walter L. Palmer NYSL call number: N,759.13,P177,92-12549  
Evans 1813 5/22   Portion of the valuable library  of the late Stanesby Alchorne, Esq., of the Mint NYSL call number: N,017.8,A669  
Evans 1819 6/7-19 Part I White Knight&39;s Library Both buyer and price are noted
NYSL call number: C,018.2,M34
 
Evans 1819 6/22-7/3 Part II White Knight&39;s Library Both buyer and price are noted
NYSL call number: C,018.2,M34
 
Evans 1829 3/7-   Library of the late Samuel Heywood, Esq., sergeant at law NYSL call number: N,274.2,Ap.v.1,no. 4  
Evans 1829 3/16-6/6   Library of George Hibbert, Esq. NYSL call number: C,018.2,H62  
Evans [1846] 6/15   William Upcott Walpoll NYSL call number: C,018.2,U65  
Fifth Avenue 1894 1/29-30   Catalogue of paintings by American artists NYSL call number: N.708,1471,C357,90-39570  
Fifth Avenue 1894 1/-31 Catalogue of the paintings by A.F. Bunner NYSL call number: N,708.1471,C357,88-570  
Fifth Avenue 1894 3/29-30   Catalogue of the paintings from the Holland section of fine arts at the World&39;s Columbian Exposition, Chicago, Ill. NYSL call number: C,759.9493,C532,77-3429  
Fifth Avenue 1899 2/2   Catalogue of paintings comprising the collection of Edward W. Tisdall of New York City NYSL call number: N,707.4097471,T61389-16726  
Fifth Avenue 1902 3/29-30   Catalogue of absolute sale of important collection of oil paintings: to be sold at auction on account of retiring from business of John Snedecor&39;s Son NYSL call number: N,708.14711,J65,88-000536  
Fifth Avenue 1905 3/29-30   Modern and ancient paintings belonging to Mr. Edward Brandus NYSL call number: C,750.8,B82,1905  
Fifth Avenue 1908 4/1-3   Collection of modern and ancient paintings belonging to Mr. Edward Brandus NYSL call number: Z,750.8,B82  
Freeman 1947 2/17 Part I Frederick S. Peck collection  of American historical autographs and a few rare books    
Freeman 1947 3/17 Part II Frederick S. Peck collection  of American historical autographs    
Freeman 1947 5/13-14 Part III Frederick S. Peck collection  of American historical autographs    
Gadsden 1873 6/3-   The Perkins library formed by Henry Perkins, Esq. Has clippings from The Bookseller, Chamber&39;s Journal and other publications  describing sale and prices
NYSL call number: C,018.2,qP44
 
Gurley [184-?] 12/2   Broadside:
Catalogue of an extensive & valuable collection of law books, reports, treatises ...
NYSL call number: BRO5356+ Not in McKay
 
Gurley 1840 4/24-25   Catalogue of a magnificent collection of books ... American history ...  
Gurley 1846 11/30-   [Judge Gabriel Furman] Catalogue of an extensive and valuable library... NYSL call number: N,017.3,R888,99-9597 0429
Gurley 1847 3/11-13   Catalogue of extensive and valuable collection of ancient & modern books ... NYSL call number: N,017.3,R888,99-9596 0437
Gurley 1848 2/14-16   Catalogue of a very extensive and valuable collection of books from private libraries ... NYSL call number: N,017.3,R888,99-9598 Not in McKay
Gurley 1848 4/27-29   Catalogue of an extensive and valuable collection of ancient and modern books ... NYSL call number: N,017.3,G348,99-9599 0465
Heartman 1931 1/10 223 Collection of maps printed and in manuscript issued prior to 1795 relating to North America   9300
Henkels 1900 11/30 852 Library of the late Clarence H. Clark of Philadelphia, Penn.
Americana
  5174
Henkels 1903 3/5 892-1 Harold Peirce (Philadelphia)
Americana
NYSL call number: C,018.2,P37 5616
Henkels 1903 3/27 892-2 Harold Peirce (Philadelphia)
Americana
NYSL call number: C,018.2,P37 5631
Henkels 1903 5/5 892-3 Harold Peirce (Philadelphia)
Americana
NYSL call number: C,018.2,P37 5663
Henkels 1903 10/22 900
Part I
Library of Howard T. Goodwin, of Philadelphia   5709
Henkels 1903 11/12 900
Part II
Library of Howard T. Goodwin, of Philadelphia   5718
Henkels 1903 12/10 900
Part III
Library of Howard T. Goodwin, of Philadelphia   5733
Henkels 1906 4/3-4 946 Manuscript Americana   6106
Henkels 1906 4/25-26 943
Part II
Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker
Americana books from George Washington&39;s Library
  6122
Henkels 1906 5/3 944
Part II
  Official price list included  
Henkels 1906 12/1 944
Part III
James T. Mitchell
Engraved portraits
   
Henkels 1906 12/6 943
Part III
Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker
Pennsylvania history
  6225
Henkels 1907 4/24-25 943
Part IV
Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker
American history
  6307
Henkels 1907 5/8-10 962 Charles Marseilles   6319
Henkels 1907 11/26-27 943
Part V
Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker
Americana
Quakers
Publications of Sower Press (Germantown)
  6416
Henkels 1908 5/10 943
Part VI
Samuel Whitaker PennyPacker
Americana
  6507
Henkels 1908 11/27-28 943
Part VII
Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker
Early Pennsylvania imprints
  6583
Henkels 1909 4/27 994 Engraved portraits of Washington belonging to the late Henry Wghelen, Jr. of Philadelphia NYSL call number: C,973.41,qZw3w1  
Henkels 1909 10/18-19 943 Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker
No catalogue
Printed price list for part VIII and conclusion 6719
Henkels 1909 11/30 1004
Part I
Library of the late Clarence Howard Clark of Philadelphia, Penn. NYSL call number: C,018.2,qC59m 6749
Henkels 1910 3/7 1004
Part  II
Library of the late Clarence Howard Clark of Philadelphia, Penn.
Americana
NYSL call number: C,018.2,qC59m 6801
Henkels 1910 3/28-29 1004
Part III
Library of the late Clarence Howard Clark of Philadelphia, Penn.
Americana
NYSL call number: C,018.2,qC59m v.1 6814
Henkels 1911 4/18-19 1030 Library of Benjamin Franklin Hadduck of Philadelphia NYSL Order Dept. notes 6968
Henkels 1911 5/2-3 944
Part XI
Engraved portraits of English Royalty    
Henkels 1911 5/6 1032 Rare collection of books on Quakers NYSL call number: C,016.2896,H51 6983
Henkels 1911 6/23 1036 Autograph letters   7010
Henkels 1911 10/13-14 1039 Philip Richard Fendall of Washington, D.C. and Henry Pemberton, Sr., of Philadephia NYSL Order Dept. notes 7019
Henkels 1911 11/3-4 1041 Americana NYSL order notes 7032
Henkels 1911 11/7 1042 Autograph letters NYSL order notes 7033
Henkels 1911 11/10 1043 Library of the late Dr. Charles A. Oliver of Philadelphia NYSL order notes 7035
Henkels 1911 12/4-5 1044 Library of W.A. Gramer, Esq., of New York City
Americana
NYSL order notes with letter from William J. Campbell with bids,  amount paid and over bidders 7043
Henkels 1912 2/26 1049 Autograph Letters
130 letters of Thomas Jefferson
NYSL order notes 7079
Henkels 1912 2/27 1050 Americana   7081
Henkels 1912 3/1-2 1051   NYSL order notes 7085
Henkels 1912 3/11 1052 Prints (etchings and mezzotints)    
Henkels 1912 4/19 1055
Part I
Edmund Clarence Stedman
Literary correspondence
  7110
Henkels 1912 4/29-30 1056
Part I
Charles J. Price. "The oldest bookseller in the United States, retiring from business." NYSL order notes 7113
Henkels 1912 5/10-11 1056
Part II
Charles J. Price, "The oldest bookseller in the United States, retiring from business."   7124
Henkels 1912 5/14 1057 Autograph letters, literary manuscripts   7127
Henkels 1912 5/24 1059 Thomas J. Moffat
American historical library
NYSL bidding order to William J. Campbell with with letter from Campbell with notations of bids and overbidders 7135
Henkels 1912 6/4 1060 Hanson W. Morris NYSL order notations 7139
Henkels 1912 10/25-26 1069 Charles H. Pennypacker
Americana
NYSL Order Dept. bidding order to William J. Campbell with letter from Campbell with notations of bids and overbidders 7163
Henkels 1912 11/2 1070 Charles H. Pennypacker NYSL Order Dept. notes 7168
Henkels 1912 11/8 1068
Part I
Charles I. Turner
Autograph letters and historical documents, Americana
  7171
Henkels 1912 11/15 1071 American history NYSL Order Dept. notes 7176
Henkels 1912 11/19-20 1072
[Part I]
Willis Gaylord Moore
American history
NYSL Order Dept. notes 7179
Henkels 1912 12/7 1074 Historical letters
Americana
Supplement 7189
Henkels 1912 12/13-14 1075
[Part II]
Willis Gaylord Moore
English authors
  7193
Henkels 1913 1/24-25 1076   Catalog says 1813 7207
Henkels 1913 2/14-15 1078
Part I
John Mills Hale
Manuscript and autographs
  7214
Henkels 1913 3/15 1080 William S. Price
Law
  7227
Henkels 1913 3/18 1074
Part II
Eliot Dansforth
Autograph letters
  7229
Henkels 1913 3/28-29 1081 Frederick S. Dickson   7235
Henkels 1913 4/11-12 1082 Ferdinand J. Dreer
Americana, Extra illustrated Books
  7240
Henkels 1913 4/15 1083 Charles I. Turner
Mckean, Mifflin and Miles papers
Manuscript Americana
  7243
Henkels 1913 4/25 1084 Alexander Herzog NYSL order notes 7248
Henkels 1913 5/2 1055
Part II
Edmund Clarence Stedman
Literary manuscripts
  7253
Henkels 1913 5/6 1090 Confederate imprints   7256
Henkels 1913 5/9 1085 William S. Price
Americana
  7257
Henkels 1913 5/20 1086 William C. Gibson
Manuscript Americana
  7261
Henkels 1913 6/3 1078
Part II
John Mills Hale
Manuscript Americana
  7269
Henkels 1913 6/16-17 1088   NYSL Order Dept. notes 7272
Henkels 1913 10/16 1089 Law   7287
Henkels 1913 10/21 1090 Frank Hartman, Natural History, Works on the Black Arts NYSL Order Dept. notes 7290
Henkels 1913 10/28 94
Part XIII
Collection of engraved portraits belonging to Hon. James T. Mitchell    
Henkels 1913 11/3 1091 Jno. J. McDonough NYSL Order Dept. notes 7296
Henkels 1913 11/12 1092 Belmont Perry
Americana, autograph Letters
NYSL Order Dept. letter to William J. Campbell with with bidding instructions and letter from Campbell with results. 7302
Henkels 1913 11/21 1093 Robert E.L. Cragin
Americana
NYSL order notes letter from William J. Campbell with winning bids and those lost citing winning bidders. 7312
Henkels 1913 11/26 1094 Edwin F. Johnson
American history
  7315
Henkels 1913 12/11-12 1074
Part III
Elliot Danforth
Autograph letters, Manuscript Americana
  7325
Henkels 1913 12/16-17 1096 Robert Frank Skutch
Original miniatures by Charles Wilson Peale
  7328
Henkels 1913 12/22 1097 Thomas W. Moore
Prints
   
Henkels 1914 1/9 10981 Henry C. Todd
Law
  7335
Henkels 1914 1/22 Addenda to sale of 1/22-2
1099
Bayard Taylor
Diamonds from estate of Mrs. Emilia Marchesi
   
Henkels 1914 1/22-23 1099 Rev. Father McCahil   7345
Henkels 1914 2/10-12 1100 J. R. Barton Willing   7352
Henkels 1914 2/20 1101 Americana NYSL list of items bid and prices; also winning bidders and prices for items not bid in.
Aitken Bible purchased.
7358
Henkels 1914 2/27-28 1074
Part IV
Elliot Danforth
Manuscript Americana: Civil War, early New York
NYSL Order Dept. notes 7362
Henkels 1914 3/19-20 1102 Dr. J. Solis Cohen
George Ord, the naturalist
  7374
Henkels 1914 3/27 1103 Autograph letters and historical broadsides   7379
Henkels 1914 4/7-8 1105     7385
Henkels 1914 4/21-22 1106 James MacAlister   7392
Henkels 1914 5/5 1108 Garret D. W. Vroom
Law library
NYSL Order Dept. notes 7400
Henkels 1914 5/11 1074
Part V
Elliot Danforth
Autograph letters
Americana signers
  7405
Henkels 1914 6/4-5 1111     7421
Henkels 1914 10/5-6 1114 Furman Sheppard NYSL Order Dept. notes 7435
Henkels 1914 10/9 1115 Garret D. W. Vroom
Autograph Letters
Americana
  7439
Henkels 1914 10/15-16 1116 Garret D. W. Vroom
Americana
  7443
Henkels 1914 10/29-30 1118 Major Edward Willis
Americana
  7452
Henkels 1914 11/5-6 1119 Louis A. Biddle   7455
Henkels 1914 11/13 1120 David Conner, U.S.N.
Correspondence
2 copies 7459
Henkels 1914 11/27 1122     7467
Henkels 1915 1/23 1125 Civil War.  Sherman papers   7488
Henkels 1915 1/29 1126 Subscription Books   7493
Henkels 1915 2/23 1127 Americana   7509
Henkels 1915 3/5 1128     7513
Henkels 1915 3/19 1130 Miscellaneous   7524
Henkels 1915 3/24 1131 Law Library of John L. Kinsey and P. A. Wildermuth   7527
Henkels 1915 4/20 1135 Americana   7540
Henkels 1915 4/28 1132 Charles F. Haseltine   7547
Henkels 1915 5/10 1133 Ebenezer Huntington   7555
Henkels 1915 5/13-14 1137 Libraries of Joseph R. Rhoads and Mrs. G.C. Harman (Bloomsburg, Pa.)   7558
Henkels 1915 6/3 1140 Revolutionary broadsides   7571
Henkels 1915 6/4-5 1111      
Henkels 1915 6/14 1142 Edwin Corning of Watervliet, N.Y.   7574
Henkels 1915 6/23 1143 Autograph letters relating to the French Revolution and Empire   7577
Henkels 1915 10/8 1145 Manuscripts   7586
Henkels 1915 10/20-21 1147
Part I
Engraved portraits of Napoleon    
Henkels 1915 10/25 1148 General P.G.T. Beauregard, letters to and from   7592
Henkels 1915 10/28-29 1149 James W. Hazlehurst   7594
Henkels 1915 11/11 1150 Americana   7599
Henkels 1915 11/15 1151 Pennsylvania law   7604
Henkels 1915 11/23 1152 Albert Hall   7611
Henkels 1915 11/30-12/1 1153 Prints    
Henkels 1915 12/8 1154 Manuscript Americana   7618
Henkels 1915 12/11 1155 Americana   7619
Henkels 1915 12/17 1156 Historical plates and platters with views, prints  
Henkels 1916 2/1 1158 Charles G. Dodson
James T. Mitchell
  7641
Henkels 1916 2/11 1159 George T.M. Gibson
Americana
  7646
Henkels 1916 2/24 1161 Warren G. Griffith
Robert Ralston
  7655
Henkels 1916 3/11 1163 Autographs, letters   7664
Henkels 1916 3/31 1165
Part I
Americana   7672
Henkels 1916 3/31 1165
Part II
Papers and documents relating to the Province of Pennsylvania and other provinces   7673
Henkels 1916 4/4 1148
Part II
General P.G.T. Beauregard
Letters to and from.  Civil War
  7674
Henkels 1916 5/24 1168 Eustace Conway
Moncure D. Conway
Original manuscript of "Tom Sawyer"
  7698
Henkels 1916 5/31 1169 Simon P. Wolverton
Law
NYSL order notes 7701
Henkels 1916 6/2 1170 Manuscript Americana   7704
Henkels 1916 10/10-11 1176 Thomas Willson Gordon NYSL order notes 7730
Henkels 1916 11/8 1178 General Anthony Wayne
Early periodicals on photography
  7744
Henkels 1916 11/17 1179 Prints
Views of Philadelphia
   
Henkels 1917 1/16 1183 Robert Morris
Confidential correspondence
Revolutionary War manuscripts
  7774
Henkels 1917 1/23 1184 E.G. Blaisdell
Civil War, Lincolniana
American History
  7779
Henkels 1917 3/9 1187 Autograph letters and historical documents
Americana
  7807
Henkels 1917 4/13 1189 Dr. Charles E. Rice
Autographs
  7824
Henkels 1917 5/1 1190 Historical Society of Pennsylvania duplicates
Americana
  7837
Henkels 1917 6/8 1194 Gen&39;l Grant&39;s original autograph dispatches, signed ...   7850
Henkels 1917 6/8 1194
Part 2
Autograph Letters
Americana
  7851
Henkels 1917 6/20-21 1196 American history
Early American magazines
  7854
Henkels 1917 10/11-12 1198 J. Levering Jones   7866
Henkels 1917 10/19 1199 John C. Brady
Americana
NYSL order notes 7869
Henkels 1917 11/2 1201 John R. Craigie
Charles F. Gunther
Autograph letters, historical documents, Americana
NYSL order notes 7876
Henkels 1917 11/28 1203
Part I
Fred. M. Steele
Mrs. Ella P. Steele
Manuscript Americana
NYSL order notes 7884
Henkels 1917 12/3 1205 T. F. Ritchey, Early American law NYSL Order Dept. notes 7887
Henkels 1917 12/19-20 1206 Rare and Curious Books NYSL Order Dept. notes with carbon copy of letter sending bids to Henkels, list of successful bids and those lost. 7898
Henkels 1918 1/16-17 1203
Part II
Fred M. Steele
Mrs. Ella P. Steele
Autographs
  7912
Henkels 1918 5/8 1213 E. Hamilton Griggs
Autograph letters
NYSL order notes with letter from William J. Campbell with winning bids. 7959
Henkels 1918 5/8 1203
Part III
Fred M. Steele
Mrs. Ella P. Steele
Autographs
NYSL Order Section notes 7960
Henkels 1918 10/16 1219 Jno. C. Brown
American views and portraits
Notation on postcard: sale to be held 11/8  
Henkels 1918 11/6 1221 Americana
Duplicates from Historical Society of Pennsylvania
NYSL Order Section notes and sale results
Sale postponed to 11/14
8003
Henkels 1918 11/21-22 1220
Part II
W.C. Craige
Etchings
   
Henkels 1918 11/29- 1222 William H. Grafflin
Thomas L. Atkinson
Color plate books
  8018
Henkels 1918 12/5 1222 Thomas Hutchinson Morris
F. B. Sanborn
Manuscript Americana
NYSL order section notes
McKay sites this as Cat. No. 1223
8021
Henkels 1918 12/12-13 1224 B. Sharpe
K.M. Sharpe
W.C.Craige
American paintings
   
Henkels 1919 1/23-24 1225 Monsignor T. Hogan
Robert J. Cunniff
NYSL Order Dept. notes 8040
Henkels 1919 2/6-7 1227   NYSL Order Dept. notes 8046
Henkels 1919 2/20 1228 Issac C. Haines
Buck E. Ogden
NYSL Order Dept. notes 8051
Henkels 1919 2/27 1229 Valuable Private Library NYSL Order Dept. notes 8055
Henkels 1919 3/21 1231 Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 8071
Henkels 1919 3/21 1231
Addenda
Americana
Franklin imprints
  8072
Henkels 1919 4/4 1233 Manuscript Americana   8079
Henkels 1919 4/17 1234 Miscellaneous books   8086
Henkels 1919 6/10 1235 Miscellaneous books   8106
Henkels 1919 6/13 1236 Caesar Rodney
Thomas Rodney
Caesar A. Rodney
Manuscript Americana
  8109
Henkels 1919 6/19 1237 John B. McPherson
T.&W. Johnson, late law book publishers
  8111
Henkels 1919 6/26 1238 Caesar Rodney
Col. Thomas Rodney
Caesar A. Rodney
Americana
  8113
Henkels 1919 7/22 1239 Last book sale of the season NYSL Order Dept. notes 8117
Henkels 1919 10/17 1242 Jesse S. L&39;Amoreaux   8135
Henkels 1919 10/22 1243 Caesar Rodney
Col. Thomas Rodney
Caesar A. Rodney
Manuscript Americana
Final sale of
  8141
Henkels 1919 10/29 1244 Miscellaneous books   8143
Henkels 1919 11/6-7 1245 Miscellaneous books   8144
Henkels 1919 11/21 1246 Dickens and Thackeray in original parts   8155
Henkels 1919 12/22 1248 Isaac Hull Platt
Collection of books, manuscripts and relics of Walt Whitman
  8167
Henkels 1920 1/16 1249 Literary manuscripts
Americana
  8171
Henkels 1920 1/22 1250 Isaac Hull Platt
Shakespeare
  8176
Henkels 1920 2/19-20 1253 Isaac Hull Platt   8191
Henkels 1920 3/31 1254 James Hamilton, William Hamilton Charles L. Ehrenfeld
American history
NYSL order notes with letter of results from William J. Campbell 8208
Henkels 1920 4/7-8 1255 Americana   8211
Henkels 1920 4/21 1256 Manuscript Americana NYSL order notes and sale results 8217
Henkels 1920 5/4-5 1257 Joseph Cauffman   8224
Henkels 1920 5/27 1259 Jesse C. Green
Autograph letters
  8231
Henkels 1920 7/1 1262 Great Autograph Sale
Sir Stephen Coleridge
Henry Goldsmith
Louis Anteuil
Other sources
  8240
Henkels 1920 7/20-21 1263 Jesse C. Green
William Morrison
Americana
  8243
Henkels 1920 10/26-27 1265 Rear-Admiral Robley D. Evans, "Fighting Bob"   8257
Henkels 1920 11/4 1266 Jesse C. Green
Americana
  8262
Henkels 1920 11/12 1267 Jesse C. Green
Papers of Gen. Mordecai Gist
  8267
Henkels 1920 12/2 1268 Henry A. Smith
John F. Low
American history
  8277
Henkels 1920 12/20 1270 Edward M. Robinson
Joseph H. Haines
Louis C. Gibson
Color plate books
  8286
Henkels 1921 1/17-18 1271 Joseph Cauffman   8292
Henkels 1921 1/26 1272 Dr. Jesse C. Green, Henry Goldsmith   8299
Henkels 1921 2/17-18 1273 Charles Roberts, Reginald L. Hart, Augustus H. Leibert
Americana
  8307
Henkels 1921 3/11 1274 Charles H. Swan, William Morrison   8314
Henkels 1921 3/18 1275
Part I
Walter Dormitzer
Autographletters and historical documents
  8317
Henkels 1921 4/26 1275
Part II
Walter Dormitzer
Autographs
  8333
Henkels 1921 5/3-4 1279 Civil War, Art and Architecture   8336
Henkels 1921 5/27 1280 James G. Barnwell
Autograph letters and historical documents
Americana
  8343
Henkels 1921 6/9-10 1281 Kathatine C. Biddle
Americana
  8348
Henkels 1921 6/23 1282 Autograph letters, historical documents, correspondence of Col. Winthrop Sargent, Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes bids offered and results 8351
Henkels 1921 7/13 1284
Part I
James G. Barnwell
Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes
Memo from Wyer concerning bidding.  Letter from Henkels with results
8356
Henkels 1921 10/19-20 1286 Henry G. Ashmead   8372
Henkels 1921 10/26-27 1287 American History   8374
Henkels 1921 11/3 1288 Joseph M. Farren
American history
  8377
Henkels 1921 11/15 1284
Part II
James G. Barnwell
Americana
  8383
Henkels 1921 11/22 1289 Thomas L. Manigault   8387
Henkels 1921 12/1-2 1284
Part III
James G. Barnwell
Irish history
  8393
Henkels 1921 12/20 1291     8404
Henkels 1922 1/27 1293 Major Gen. George G. Meade
Col. George Meade
Americana
8416
Henkels 1922 2/3 1294 Philadelphia views and prints    
Henkels 1922 3/1 1295 John Bach McMaster library of
American history
  8429
Henkels 1922 3/31 1296 Edward Honor Coates   8444
Henkels 1922 4/6 1297 Americana manuscript material   8447
Henkels 1922 4/18 1298 California: early letters   8454
Henkels 1922 4/26-27 1300 Millard F. Bingam   8457
Henkels 1922 5/4-5 1301 Charles R. Humphries
Americana
  8462
Henkels 1922 5/18 1302 Americana, manuscript 8467
Henkels 1922 5/26 1303 Americana   8470
Henkels 1922 6/21 1305 Americana   8475
Henkels 1922 6/29-30 1306     8479
Henkels 1922 7/18 1307 Manuscript Americana papers of Dr. Thomas Ruston   8481
Henkels 1922 7/28 1308 John C. Browne
Americana
   
Henkels 1922 10/10 1309 James G. Barnwell
Americana
Transportation
  8494
Henkels 1922 10/18 1310     8496
Henkels 1922 11/2 1312 Manuscript Americana, papers of Betty Washington (Lewis)   8503
Henkels 1922 11/16 1313 Frank A. Kearns
Americana
  8510
Henkels 1922 12/7 1315 Frank A. Kerns
Maps and prints
  8525
Henkels 1922 12/21 1316 James C. Wilson
Americana
  8532
Henkels 1923 1/25-26 1317 Library of the late Cornelius Stevenson of Philadelphia   8544
Henkels 1923 2/14 1319 Library of the late John H. McFadden of Philadelphia
Color plate books, bindings
  8552
Henkels 1923 3/2 1321 Estate of the late Cornelius Stevenson of Philadelphia
French Revolution
  8557
Henkels 1923 3/23 1322 John H. Smythe
Color plate books
Extra illustrated books
  8567
Henkels 1923 4/6 1323 Col. George W. Metcalf
Autograph letters and historical documents
  8574
Henkels 1923 4/13 1324
Part I
George H. Rigby, bookseller of Philadelphia   8578
Henkels 1923 4/20 1325 Charles I. Rosenau
Dr. Henry Morris
  8582
Henkels 1923 5/1 1326 Roswell Randall Hoes
Americana
Early American broadsides
  8589
Henkels 1923 6/14 1324
Part II
George H. Rigby, bookseller of Philadelphia   8608
Henkels 1923 6/25 1331 Dr. Benjamin Rush
Richard Rush
Catharine Rush Camac
  8609
Henkels 1923 6/29 1332 Robert W. Downing   8612
Henkels 1923 7/9 1333 Manuscripts
James Madison
  8615
Henkels 1923 7/16-17 1324
Part III
George H. Rigby
Color plate books
  8616
Henkels 1923 7/26/27 1334 A.E.Bachert Americana   8618
Henkels 1923 10/24-25 1336 E.G. Blaisdell
Americana
Maps
NYSL order notes including invoice from Henkels 8635
Henkels 1923 10/30 1337 Frank Cobb
Americana
  8640
Henkels 1923 11/13 1338 Holcroft E. Douglas
George Bancroft Hennessy
Prints
   
Henkels 1923 11/20 1339 Gideon Wells Library NYSL order notes 8649
Henkels 1923 12/12 1340 Prints NYSL order notes  
Henkels 1924 1/4 1342 Gideon Welles
Papers
  8666
Henkels 1924 1/17 1343 Gideon Welles
John Randolph Mansfield
  8670
Henkels 1924 1/31-2/1 1344 George P Chandler NYSL order notes 8679
Henkels 1924 2/19 1345 George R. Foulke, Americana NYSL order notes
 
8685
Henkels 1924 3/3-4 1346 Charles Frederick Da Costa   8692
Henkels 1924 3/14 1347 Manuscript Americana including papers of Colonel Clement Biddle   8695
Henkels 1924 3/21 1348 Americana NYSL order notes 8698
Henkels 1924 3/28 1349 Miscellaneous books   8702
Henkels 1924 4/15 1351 Henry W. Biddle   8711
Henkels 1924 4/23 1352 Autograph letters and historical documents   8715
Henkels 1924 6/16 1356 Ellen Duane Davis.
Relics of Benjamin Franklin and manuscripts and autograph letters of others.
  8731
Henkels 1924 6/24 1357 Americana NYSL order notes 8733
Henkels 1924 7/28 1359 Americana postage stamps    
Henkels 1924 10/8 1360 Howard Edwards   8742
Henkels 1924 10/21 1361 Samuel N. Rhoads
Americana
  8747
Henkels 1924 10/30 1362 Americana, private correspondence of Commodore Thomas Robinson, U.S.N.   8750
Henkels 1924 11/12 1363 William Breweter Wood   8755
Henkels 1924 11/18 1364 Manuscript Americana including papers of Tench Coxe   8758
Henkels 1924 12/16-17 1366 Prints    
Henkels 1925 1/28 1368 Autograph letters and historical documents
Americana
  8786
Henkels 1925 2/4-5 1369 Edward Hine Johnson   8792
Henkels 1925 2/24 1361
Part II
Samuel N. Rhoads NYSL Order Dept. notes 8800
Henkels 1925 3/12 1371 Rare Books NYSL Order Dept. notes 8808
Henkels 1925 3/19 1372 Autograph letters of all Presidents from Washington to Wilson   8810
Henkels 1925 4/14 1361
Part III
Samuel N. Rhoads
Joseph Leidy
  8820
Henkels 1925 5/8 1361
Part IV
Samuel N. Rhoads
Natural History
  8835
Henkels 1925 5/19 1373 Howell Papers, Gov. Richard Howell, of N.J., Col. John Ladd Howell, Col. Joshua L. Howell
Washington, Lincoln letters
  8840
Henkels 1925 5/28 1374 William P. Bement collection relating to Napolean   8843
Henkels 1925 6/4 1375 William P. Bement
Colonial and Continental currency
   
Henkels 1925 7/17-18 1376 Bibliotheca Curiosa et Rariosa   8847
Henkels 1925 10/6 1378 John L. Manning
Brig. Gen. James Chestnut, Jr.
Confederate and United States postage stamps
  8855
Henkels 1925 10/15 1379 Military Correspondence of Maj. Gen. George H. Thomas. Brigadier General James Chestnut, John L. Manning, war Governor of South Carolina, papers of Col. John Chestnut of the Revolutionary War, and a full set of the presidents of the U.S.   8859
Henkels 1925 11/19-20 1381 Bernard Eschner, Rush Roland, Walter H Conrad
Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes 8869
Henkels 1925 12/7 1382 William Ludwig Baker
American Indians
NYSL Order Dept. notes 8876
Henkels 1925 12/15 1383 Frank W. Cummings
Ephraim Lederer
Prints
   
Henkels 1925 12/18 1384 Judge C.W. Hoitt
Manuscript Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes 8883
Henkels 1926 2/5 1386 Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 8898
Henkels 1926 2/25-26 1387 Joseph Harrison Brazier
Windfield S. Armstrong
NYSL Order Dept. notes 8906
Henkels 1926 4/20 1390 H. C. Sturt
Chas H. Burr
NYSL Order Dept. notes 8923
Henkels 1926 6/3 1391 General James Addams Beaver
University of Pennsylvania Library Duplicates
Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes 8942
Henkels 1926 6/17 1392 Walter Dormitzer
Late H.C. Sturt
Prints
   
Henkels 1926 7/21-22 1393 Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 8946
Henkels 1926 10/26 1394 J. E. Barr
Harry Gibbs Clay
Autograph letters and historical documents
U. S. postage stamps
NYSL Order Dept. notes 8962
Henkels 1926 11/12 1395 Langdon Williams
G.E. Chapin
American History
  8970
Henkels 1926 11/30 1396 Henry J. Rowland
Stan. V. Henkels
Prints
   
Henkels 1927 2/10 1398 Charles M. Foulke
William P. Bement
E.W. Anderson
NYSL Order Dept. notes 9004
Henkels 1927 4/5 1400 C. Hartman Kuhn
Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes 9022
Henkels 1927 4/21 1401 Manuscript material of George Mifflin Dallas
Americana
  9026
Henkels 1927 6/1 1403 Prints    
Henkels 1927 6/21 1404 C. Hartman Kuhn   9036
Henkels 1927 6/24 1405 J. Edward Powell
Autograph letters
  9037
Henkels 1927 10/27 1406 Henry D. Gilpin
Autograph letters Americana
  9049
Henkels 1927 11/8 1420 Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes  
Henkels 1927 11/29 1408 John C. Brown
Prints
   
Henkels 1927 11/16 1407
Part I
Harold Peirce
Press and Club books
  9060
Henkels 1927 12/6 1422 Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes  
Henkels 1927 12/16 1407
Part II
Harold Peirce
Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes 9072
Henkels 1928 2/23 1411 Bernard A. Illoway
Prints
   
Henkels 1928 3/6 1412 Joseph L.J. Kirlin NYSL Order Dept. notes 9095
Henkels 1928 3/27 1413
Part I
David Newbold
Manuscript Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes 9103
Henkels 1928 4/3 1407
Part III
Harold Peirce   9107
Henkels 1928 4/24 1214 Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 9113
Henkels 1928 6/5 1416 Prints    
Henkels 1928 6/26 1417 Joseph T. Kinsley   9123
Henkels 1928 10/9 1418 David M. Newbold
Americana manuscript
NYSL Order Dept. notes 9124
Henkels 1928 10/25 1419 Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 9129
Henkels 1928 11/8 1420 Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 9130
Henkels 1928 11/16 1421 Joseph W. Walton
Henry J. Roland
  9132
Henkels 1928 12/6 1422 George Massey
Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes 9140
Henkels 1928 12/19 1423     9145
Henkels 1929 2/6 1424 Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 9153
Henkels 1929 2/14 1425 Manuscript Americana   9157
Henkels 1929 2/27 1426 Max Williams
Prints
   
Henkels 1929 3/21 1427 Joseph Sailer   9166
Henkels 1929 3/22 1428 Joseph Sailer
Prints
   
Henkels 1929 4/18 1429 Redmond Conyngham
Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes 9174
Henkels 1929 4/24 1430 Manuscript Americana   9176
Henkels 1929 5/7 1431 Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 9180
Henkels 1929 5/28 1432 Redmond Conyngham   9183
Henkels 1929 6/11 1433 Americana   9185
Henkels 1929 6/25 1434 Frederick M. Leonard
Law
  9187
Henkels 1929 10/11 1436 Edwin C. Jellett
Correspondence of Richard Law
  9189
Henkels 1929 10/29 1437 Samuel G. Detwiler
Prints
   
Henkels 1929 11/14 1438 Captain F.L. Pleadell   9198
Henkels 1930 1/31 1439 James P. Callender
Manuscript Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes 9220
Henkels 1930 2/13-14 1440 Samuel A. Boyle NYSL Order Dept. notes 9224
Henkels 1930 2/27 1441 Henry Morris
Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes 9229
Henkels 1930 4/10 1442 Charles Thomson
Manuscript Americana
  9241
Henkels 1930 4/29 1443 Americana   9250
Henkels 1930 11/13 1448 Receiver&39;s sale of J.P. Horn & Co.   9285
Henkels 1930 12/12 1449 Richard E. Fiscus of Buffalo, N.Y.
Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes 9295
Henkels 1931 2/13 1450 Robert Hoe NYSL Order Dept. notes 9312
Henkels 1931 2/26 1451   NYSL Order Dept. notes and letter from William J. Campbell 9317
Henkels 1931 4/9 1452 Burlington-Smith family, James Logan , Russel Thayer
Manuscript Americana
  9333
Henkels 1931 4/24 1453 Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 9337
Henkels 1931 5/15 1453 Alexander Hamilton family papers Manuscript Americana   9345
Henkels 1931 6/18 1455 Edgar Munson   9351
Henkels 1931 10/15 1457 Americana   9361
Henkels 1931 11/24 1458 John Eberbach Bromley   9376
Henkels 1931 12/8 1459 Barbara Simpson
Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes and sale results 9382
Henkels 1932 2/24 1461 Stock of William J. Campbell
Americana, Genealogy
  9408
Henkels 1932 3/31 1462 Joseph H. Schwartz
Americana
  9419
Henkels 1932 4/26 1463 Joseph Jackson
Americana
  9428
Henkels 1932 5/17 1464 Manuscript Americana, including papers of Colonel Edward Wigglesworth   9437
Henkels 1932 6/21 1465 Detmar L. Passavant
Americana
  9450
Henkels 1932 6/28 1466 Americana, American maps   9453
Henkels 1932 10/6 1467 Dimner Beeber
Americana
  9463
Henkels 1932 10/14 1468 Carl Schmidt [sic]   9465
Henkels 1932 10/27 1469 Karl Schmidt [sic]
Currier & Ives prints
   
Henkels 1932 11/22 1470 Manuscript Americana   9481
Henkels 1932 12/13 1471 Americana, sporting prints   9487
Henkels 1933 1/31 1473 C. E. Ditmer
Autographs, manuscripts, Americana
  9500
Henkels 1933 3/14 1474 Americana, architectural works   9513
Henkels 1933 4/25 1475 Americana, manuscripts   9526
Henkels 1933 5/26 1476 Americana, first editions   9536
Henkels 1933 6/22 1477 Robert William Rogers   9541
Henkels 1933 10/13 1478 Dolly Madison papers
Americana manuscripts
  9547
Henkels 1933 10/24 1479 Americana
Newbold H. Trotter
  9549
Henkels 1933 12/15 1481 Mrs. Brinton Coxe
Sporting prints, color plate books
  9567
Henkels 1933 12/20 1482 Americana   9569
Henkels 1934 4/5 1484 William A.S. Lapetina   9592
Henkels 1934 5/15 1485 Manuscript Americana   9609
Henkels 1934 10/11 1488 Charles I. Landis
Americana
  9627
Henkels 1934 10/18 1488
Part II
Charles I. Landis   9628
Henkels 1934 11/20 1494 Autograph letters and documents    
Henkels 1934 12/20 1489 Graham Shaw   9644
Henkels 1935 1/30 1490 Americana
American bookplates
   
Henkels 1935 4/10 1492 Harry C. Trexler
Manuscripts, autographs
   
Henkels 1935 5/10 1493      
Henkels 1936 1/30 1495 Autographs    
Henkels 1936 4/7 1496 Americana    
Henkels 1936 10/21 1497 Autograph letters and documents    
Henkels 1936 11/12 1498 Ellis L. Orvis    
Henkels 1937 2/19 1500 Milton H. Goshen    
Henkels 1937 5/13 1501 A.A. Armstrong
Americana autographs
Signers of Declaration
   
Hubbard 1862 7/29-   Private Library    
Hubbard 1864 9/27   Library of Rev. John D. Shane   1039
Hubbard [1865?] 2/23-24   Rare and standard works   1055
Hubbard 1869 3/17-   United States Marshal&39;s Sale   1417A
Hudson 1914 10/20 and 10/22   Rare prints, manuscripts, broadsides of the colonial and Revolutionary periods ...   7446
Hudson 1914 12/3-4   Maps, manuscripts, broadsides, prints, portraits, autographs, magnetic telegraph, Atlantic cable, railroads, shipping ...   7471
Hudson 1915 2/10-11   Masterpieces of Raffaelle ... rare portraits of Washington, Lincoln, Grant ... books on angling and sporting ...   7504
Jones 1845 2/13-   Library of Rev. Frederick G. Mayer about 4,000 volumes to be sold at auction by F.M. Stone    
Keeler 1911 6/13   Library of Charles Kingsley, late canon of Westminster Abbey and English novelist    
Kende 1940 5/22-23   Library of Mrs. Cortlandt F. Bishop of Lenox, Mass. NYSL Order Dept. notes  
Kende 1942 11/12-14   Entire contents of Jay Gould House, 579 5th Ave., New York City    
Kende 1947 10/17-18   Edward Ambler Armstrong collection of Washingtonia    
Kende 1948 12/7-8   French library of Cortlandt F. Bishop    
King, T. 1789 3/27   Capital prints: a catalogue of a very choice collection of prints NYSL call number: N,040 B,v.346  
Kirby 1881 11/9   Fales, Samuel Bradford. Art collections, literary property, etc. NYSL call number: N,708.1,F18 2786A
Labitte 1846 12/14   Catalogue des livres de geographie, histoire, voyages, etc. composant la bibliotheque de feu M.J. Eyries    
Laughton 1881 1/18   Law and miscellaneous library of the late Hon. William Green, LL.D.   2718
Leavitt 1860 12/5-   Regular lot sale of English and American books   0892
Leavitt 1862 10/16   New York Publisher&39;s Association Regular New York Trade Sale of Books, Stereotype Plates, Stationery, Etc., Date inked in as opposed to 9/18/1862 printed date 0958
Leavitt 1863 3/31-   New York Publisher&39;s Association Regular New York Trade Sale of Books, Stereotype Plates, Stationery, Etc., Appears not to be in SCIPIO or OCLC Not in McKay
Leavitt 1866 11/13   William H. Corner of Baltimore
Americana
NYSL call number: C,016.97,C81 1161
Leavitt 1867     Title-Page and Preface to the catalogue of the entire collection of autographs of the late I.K. Tefft of Savannah, Ga.   1204
Leavitt 1867 3/4-   I.K. Tefft of Savannah, Ga.
Autographs
First 1805 items, for the most part, have manuscript prices for items entered.
NYSL call number: C,016.091,T25
1204
Leavitt 1869 4/19   Bibliotheca Americana, the Library of W. Elliot Woodward of Boston Highlands, Mass Presentation copy from W. Elliot Woodward 1434
Leavitt [1869] 6/14-15   The Private Library of a Distinguished Scholar Has illustration of Clinton Hall and Mercantile Library 1462
Leavitt 1870 5/16-   Edward P. Boom
Books and pamphlets principally relating to America
  1554
Leavitt 1870 6/22-24   Library of Rev. William Buell Sprague of Albany, N.Y. Copy of D. O&39;Callaghan 1564
Leavitt 1870 10/10-   Library of George H. Holliday of Carlinville, Ill.
Americana
  1571
Leavitt 1870 10/26-28   Library of James B. Hervey, Esq. Priced catalogue in bound vol. 1578
Leavitt 1871 5/29       1632
Leavitt 1872 6/3-6     Postponed from May 27 1707
Leavitt 1873 4/22-23       1764
Leavitt 1873 5/29-31       Not  in
Mckay
Leavitt 1873 10/17-18       1784
Leavitt 1873 12/10-   Illustrated books   1803
Leavitt 1875 4/28-30       1973
Leavitt 1877 5/22   Illustrated books   2235
Leavitt 1878 12/10   Unique library formed by Irving Browne, Esq., of Troy, N.Y.
Extra-illustrated books
Has illustration of the library of Irving Browne
Priced catalogue
NYSL call number: C,018.2,qB88
2444
Leavitt 1879 [3/10-15]   Announcement for Part I of American Library of George Brinley    
Leavitt 1879 [3/10-15]   Price list for Part I of Brinley sale    
Leavitt 1879 1/27-   Catalogue of a collection of books gathered from private libraries   2466
Leavitt 1879 4/16-   Library of J.H.V. Arnold   2507
Leavitt 1879 5/14-15   Catalogue of a private library   2520
Leavitt 1879 5/22-23       3522
Leavitt 1879 5/27-29   Nathan Denison Morgan
Fine Art and Illustrated Works
  2524
Leavitt 1879 6/11-   Library of Henry Panton   2530
Leavitt 1879 10/1-3   History of Ireland and Catholicism   2548
Leavitt 1879 11/6-   Americana   2562
Leavitt 1879 11/12-13   Library of George C. Anthon   2564
Leavitt 1879 11/14-15       2565
Leavitt 1880 3/22-25   Announcement for Part II of American Library of George Brinley    
Leavitt 1880 3/22-25   Price list for Part II of Brinley sale    
Leavitt 1880 3/22 Part II American Library of George Brinley Notations of prices at the sale. Also with it are the prospectus for this sale and the official price list 2621
Leavitt 1881 6/15   Library of James L. Worth In bound volume
Priced catalog
2768
Leavitt 1881 12/14   William C. Prescott (Salem, Mass.) NYSL call number: C,018.2,qP93 2796
Leavitt 1882 5/22-24   Library of Thomas W. Fields In bound volume
Priced catalog
2832
Leavitt 1883 3/5-7   Americana In bound volume
Priced catalog
2921
Leavitt 1883 3/26   Dr. David King of Newport, R.I. NYSL call number: C,018.2,KING 2935
Leavitt 1884 3/3-   Library of Henry C. Murphy
Americana
Newspaper clipping of sale included 3051
Leavitt 1884 5/12-17,19 Part the Second Library of Dr. David King   3088
Leavitt 1884 6/3-4   Library of Charles Thurber
Avery collection of manuscripts and rare reliures by the old French binders
Andrew Jackson and Lewis confidential correspondence
  3094
Leavitt 1884 10/13-15   Library of Daniel Godwin
Prints
  3110
Leavitt 1884 11/18-20   Library of the late Alexander Farnum of Providence, R.I. Printed price list
NYSL call number: C,018.2,F23
3125
Leavitt 1884 12/8-13   Library of Royal Woodward of Albany N.Y.
Library and autographs
  3140
Leavitt 1885 2/2-5   Senator Henry Bowen Anthony (Providence), library and autographs, and Henry B. Hall, engravings and water colors   3164
Leavitt 1885 7/27-28   Library of Porter C. Blliss
Spanish Americana
  3220
Leavitt 1885 10/29-31   Library of Charles Stores
Mediaeval manuscripts
A second copy in bound volume
Priced catalog
3240
Leavitt 1885 12/16-19   Library, Prints and Autographs of William Henry Kissam In bound volume
Priced catalog
3265
Leavitt 1886 2/11-13   Library of Emile L. Carriere In bound volume
Priced catalog
3287
Leavitt 1886 3/15-18   Library of George G. Lake
Henry C. Lake
NYSL call number: C,016.97,qD71 3303
Leavitt 1886 4/5-8   Library of Rushton M. Dorman   3313
Leavitt 1886 6/2-4   Library of John M. Falconer
Americana
  3340
Leavitt 1886 6/28-30   Library of James Brooks   3353
Leavitt 1886 11/15   Announcement of Fourth Part of the American Library of George Brinley Indicates categories of items and points out highlights  
Leavitt 1886 11/27   Trivulzio Library of Milan, Italy
Vellum manuscripts
  3393
Leavitt 1886 12/17-18 Part the Second Boban Collection   3401
Leavitt 1887 2/1-4   Library of Issac Lionel Crawcour
Medical
  Not in McKay
Leavitt 1887 3/21   Library of General Rush C. Hawkins NYSL call number: C,018.2,H39 3437
Leavitt 1887 4/12-14   Library of Rev. Robert Bolton   3450
Leavitt 1887 5/11     3468
Leavitt 1887 6/13-21   Pene Du Bois Collection   3482
Leavitt 1887 9/7-8   Portion of library of General Joseph Bloomfield and library of Joseph Bloomfield Wetherill   3491
Leavitt 1887 10/6-7   An olla podrida of miscellaneous literature and rare prints   3496
Leavitt 1887 12/16-17   Library of George P. Byrne   3530
Leavitt 1888 2/6-11   Trivulzio Library of Milan, Italy
Vellum manuscripts
  3551
Leavitt 1888 3/14-16   Library of Baroness Fahnenberg   3568
Leavitt 1888 3/27-28   Library of Senor Eufemio Abadiano of Mexico City   3572
Leavitt 1888 5/17-19   Library of William Dawson   3600
Leavitt 1888 6/21-22 Part III Del Monte family library dealing with Hispano-Americana   3611-12
Leavitt 1888 7/26-28   Library of Meredith Howland   3620
Leavitt 1888 10/18-22   Library of Jules Perrin   3639
Leavitt 1889 1/9-11-12   Library of an American Bibliophile   3678
Leavitt 1889 2/8-9   A Rhode Island Library&39;s Winnowings   3688
Leonard 1844 7/23-25   [George Chalmers].
Americana
  0376
Leonard 1844 12/17-20   From the library of [Robert] Southey the English Poet Laureate
Americana
  0383
Leonard 1845 6/24-26   Americana   0397
Leonard 1847 7/20-23   Judge John Davis. Library NYSL call number: N,017.3,L581,99-14907 0446
Leonard 1862 1/29-30 ` A large collection of books including duplicates from the Boston Athenaeum   0939
Leonard 1864 12/20-22   Collection of William F. Fowle of Boston   1047
Leonard 1871 5/9-   Library of Henry B. Humphrey, Esq. NYSL call number: C,018.2,H92 1628
Leonard 1875 6/8-   Private library of Daniel Webster   1996
Leonard 1875 6/29-7/1   Library of Thomas Waterman   2006
Leonard 1876 3/7-10   Collection of John Kimball Wiggin   2084
Leonard 1876 5/2-5
5/9-12
Part I
A-K
Library of Samuel Gardner Drake
Americana
Catalogued copy priced
NYSL call number: C,018.2,D76
2107
Leonard 1876 6/6-9
6/13-16
Part II
L-Z
Library of Samuel Gardner Drake
Americana
Catalogued copy priced
NYSL call number: C,018.2,D76
2118
Leonard 1887 3/22-24   Library of James A. Dupee   3438
Libbie 1878 12,12   Americana   2447
Libbie 1879 1/22-23   Selected from the library and cabinet of Joel Munsell, of Albany, N.Y.  Americana   2464
Libbie 1880 5/25-26   Manuscripts, Americana Partially priced 2649
Libbie 1881 1/14   Americana, local history   2715
Libbie 1881 3/22-24   Morven [sic]M. Jones of Utica, N.Y.
Autographs
  2737
Libbie 1882 2/15-17   Library of Richard D. Child   2804
Libbie 1882 9/19-22 119 Library of Ezra Wilkinson Includes a print of Ezra Wilkinson 2845
Libbie 1882 11/14-18 123 Library of H.M. Cable
Americana
  2868
Libbie 1883 2/14-15 132 Library of J.G. Smith
Americana
  2914
Libbie 1883 4/15-27 141 Library of J N. McClintock
Americana
  2952
Libbie 1883 5/24-25 146 Americana   2968
Libbie 1883 10/10-12 151
Second part
Library of H.M. Cable
Americana
  2991
Libbie 1884 2/26-28 161 Library of Frederick A. Freeman and others   3047
Libbie 1884 3/19-21 165 Library of M.D. Gilman of Montpelier, Vt.
Americana
  3060
Libbie 1884 4/22-25 Part   ii Library of C. Fiske Harris, Providence, R.I.
Americana
  3078
Libbie 1884 5/8   Library of Rev. Edwin M. Stone, Providence, R.I.   3086
Libbie 1884 9/30-10/1 174 Library of James Hyndman, M.D., Boston, Mass.   3105
Libbie 1885 3/18-20 184 Library of Frederick L. Gleason, Esq., of Hartford, Conn.   3179
Libbie 1885 4/23-24 188 Library of Rear Admiral George H. Preble, U.S.N. with other consignments   3195
Libbie 1885 6/25-26 194 Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 3218
Libbie 1885 10/21-22   Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 3235
Libbie 1885 11/6-7   Library of Prof. Leander Wetherell of Boston, Mass. 3245
Libbie 1885 12/9-10   Library of Chas. Creighton Hazewell   3262
Libbie 1886 1/21-22   Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes
NYSL call number: C,017.3,Ap.v.1
3275
Libbie 1886 3/9-10   Catalogue of a valuable collection of scientific books NYSL call number: C,017.3,Ap.v.1 3299
Libbie 1886 3/25-26   Miscellaneous portion of library of Dr. David Hunt, Boston, Mass.   3307
Libbie 1886 4/29-30   Catalogue of a collection of valuable books NYSL call number: C,017.3,Ap.v.1 3322
Libbie 1886 5/13-14   English portion of the library of Ulysse [sic] Chamecin, Esq., of Philadelphia, with other additions   3331
Libbie 1886 10/5-7   American Portion of the Library of George Dexter, Cambridge, Mass., and Library of a Gentleman of Boston, Mass. NYSL Order Dept. notes 3363
Libbie 1887 1/13-14   Library of John C. Hoadley, Lawrence, Mass.   3414
Libbie 1887 1/27-28   Americana   3418
Libbie 1887 3/1-3   Portion of Library of Earl Cairns, Lord High Chancellor of England, consigned from London and other sources   3429
Libbie 1887 4/5-6   Library of William T. Brigham   3446
Libbie 1887 4/27-29   Library of Samuel P. Fowler, Danvers, Mass.   3460
Libbie 1887 5/12-14   Portion of the Libraries of Rev. Convers Francis, and his sister. Lydia Maria Child, and other sources   3469
Libbie 1887 11/16-23   Library of Charles H. Guild of East Somerville, Mass.
Americana
  3514
Libbie 1888 2/15-17   Major Ben. Perley Poore
Autographs and historical manuscripts
  3558
Libbie 1888 12/4-7   Library of James E. Gale   3663
Libbie 1889 11/15-16   Autographs, historical manuscripts, portraits etc.   3782
Libbie 1890 2/15   Benson J. Lossing collection of autograph letters and documents dealing with American Revolution   3819
Libbie 1890 3/4-6   Portion of Historical and Antiquarian Library of John A. Lewis of Boston, Mass.   3827
Libbie 1890 4/15-19   Collections of Gerald E. Hart of Montreal, Canada
Americana and Canadiana
Catalogued copy priced
NYSL call number: C,018.2,H32
3847
Libbie 1890 4/26   Autograph letters and documents from collection of George Barnett Smith NYSL call number: C,018.2,H32 3849
Libbie 1890 10/28   Library of Rev. H. Bernard Carpenter of Boston   3880
Libbie 1890 11/1   Autograph letters and documents dealing with Revolution   3882
Libbie 1890 12/12-13   Library of Horatio Creenouch of Boston and Florence, Italy   3901
Libbie 1891 1/6-10 Part I
A-J
Autograph letters and historical documents from collection of Prof. E.H. Leffingwell, of New Haven, Conn. NYSL call number: N,016.091,qL49 3905
Libbie 1891 3/10-11   Library of Edward Hale of Haverhill, Mass NYSL Order Dept. notes 3931
Libbie 1891 4/7-8   Standard and miscellaneous books.  Masonic literature, scientific books NYSL Order Dept. notes 3945
Libbie 1891 6/16   Americana   3982
Libbie 1891 10/14-15   Libraries of Rev. J.J. Griffin, of New York City, and Hon. G.D. Harrington of Columbus, Ohio   3998
Libbie 1891 11/17-21   A Magnificent Library, belonging to a well known bibliophile of Boston (Dr. David Hunt)   4016
Libbie 1892 3/22   Library of John B.Gough   4063
Libbie 1892 4/27-28   Library of George B. Ives and others   4072
Libbie 1892 5/11-12   Americana   4078
Libbie 1892 5/20-21   Autographs
Americana
  4082
Libbie 1893 1/24-25   Library of Charles B. Bryant   4131
Libbie 1893 5/23-24   Americana   4179
Libbie 1893 10/17-19   Dr. David Hunt
Americana
  4208
Libbie 1893 11/16-17   Libraries of Dr. L.M. Willis and Henry Whitestone   4218
Libbie 1893 12/7-8   Americana   4226
Libbie 1894 1/25-26   Libraries of George Makepeace Towle, John S. Dwight and Benjamin F. Dwight   4242
Libbie 1894 11/20-23   Library of George Livermore, Esq., of Cambridge, Mass. NYSL call number: C,018.2,L78 4336
Libbie 1895 3/27-29   Two Valuable Collections of Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 4385
Libbie 1895 4/24-25   Library of Geo. T. Maxwell, Esq., of New York City Item 431: First Edition of Poe&39;s Tamerlane 4396
Libbie 1895 10/16-18   Library of Richard Wickham of Albany, N.Y.   4445
Libbie 1895 11/5-7   Library of Hon. Charles H. Bell of Exeter, N.H. NYSL Order Dept. notes 4451
Libbie 1895 11/20-21   New England history, remaining portion of the library of E.N. Coburn, Esq., of Charlestown, Mass., together with a valuable historical library NYSL Order Dept. notes 4456
Libbie 1896 6/25-26   Library of Edward Jacob Forster   4551
Libbie 1896 10/6-7   First editions   4557
Libbie 1896 12/2-3   Library of Henry Reed
Benjamin Franklin&39;s prayer book
  4575
Libbie 1897 1/5- 6   Americana
1738 Zenger trial
  4587
Libbie 1897 2/18-19   Bindings, bookplates   4608
Libbie 1897 4/13-15   Christian P. Roos
First editions
  4632
Libbie 1897 4/27-28   State and local history NYSL Order Dept. notes 4640
Libbie 1897 10/19-20   Libraries of George B. Chase and John P. Dale, bookbinder of
Boston
  4685
Libbie 1898 1/12-13   Library of Rev. David Sherman, Brookline, Mass., and other sources
Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes 4726
Libbie 1898 3/8-10 Part I
A to J
Library of Charles Deane
Rare Americana
Includes Portrait of Deane 4754
Libbie 1898 3/29-4/1 Part II
K to End
Library of Charles Deane
Rare Americana
NYSL call number: C,016.973,D28 4762
Libbie 1898 4/12-14   Dramatic library of the late James H. Brown, Esq., of Malden, Mass. Priced 4771
Libbie 1898 5/3-5   Library of H.F. Blanchard of Augusta, Me. NYSL Order Dept. notes 4779
Libbie 1898 5/11-13   James H. Brown, of Malden, Mass.
Manuscript and autograph collection dealing with drama
NYSL call number: C,018.2,B87 4784
 
Libbie 1898 10/12-13   Libraries of William Henry Brooks, of Boston and E.R. Ruggles of Hanover, N.H. NYSL Order Dept. notes 4811
Libbie 1898 12/15-16   Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 4843
Libbie 1899 2/14-17 Part I
(A-L)
American Historical Library of Alfred S. Manson of Boston, Mass. NYSL Order Dept. notes 4869
Libbie 1899 2/24   Miscellaneous Books   4872
Libbie 1899 3/14-17 Part II
(M-Z)
American Historical Library of Alfred S. Manson of Boston, Mass.   4882
Libbie 1899 4/4-7   Library of the late Charles Edward Pratt, of Boston, Mass.
Bicycling literature
NYSL Order Dept. notes
Priced
NYSL call number: C,018.2,P91
4891
Libbie 1899 4/25-27   Libraries of Jonathan F. Morris of Hartford, Conn., and John F. Anderson of Portland, Maine.
Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes 4902
Libbie 1899 5/22-26 Part I Libraries of C. Coutelle, Paris, and Anatole de Courde de Montaiglon Has a photographic illustration of the Coutelle-Montaiglon library 4921
Libbie 1899 6/6-9 Part II Libraries of M.C. Coutelle, Paris, and Anatole de Montaiglon Literature NYSL Order Dept. notes
Photographic illustration of exterior of C.F. Libbie auction house at 646 Washington St.
4927
Libbie 1899 6/13-15 Part III Libraries of C. Coutelle, Paris, and Anatole de Courde de Montaiglon NYSL Order Dept. notes 4934
Libbie 1899 11/14-16   Collection of William Clogston of Springfield, Mass.   4974
Libbie 1899 12/5-6   Catalogue of Two Private Libraries, ... including Civil War and Confederate publications belonging to Dr. E.H. Brigham, Boston, Mass.   4984
Libbie 1899 12/14-15   Americana   4989
Libbie 1900 2/20-21   Remaining portion of the library of Justin Winsor NYSL Order Dept. notes 5029
Libbie 1900 3/13-15   Remaining portion of library of Rev. R.C. Waterston NYSL Order Dept. notes 5046
Libbie 1900 3/28-29   Americana   5058
Libbie 1900 4/10-11   Autograph Collection of Ben. W. Austin, Oak Cliff, Texas   5069
Libbie 1900 5/2-3 Part II Library of George H. Mackay
Americana
  5086
Libbie 1900 5/18   Manuscripts Americana   5100
Libbie 1900 6/19-20       5119
Libbie 1900 10/30-31   Libraries of John S. Hayes and Charles H. Brown   5153
Libbie 1900 12/4-5   Library of Rev. O.B. Frothingham NYSL Order Dept. notes 5178
Libbie 1900 12/13-14   Remainder of the library of R.A. Ramsay, of Montreal
Americana
  5184
Libbie 1901 2/5-8   George L. Balcom,  Claremont, N.H. NYSL call number: C,018.2,B17 5215
Libbie 1901 4/9-10   Library of George Olcott   5264
Libbie 1901 4/23-25   Library of Frederick W. French Inserted newspaper account of sale
NYSL call number: C,018.2,F87
5275
Libbie 1901 5/2-3   Frederick W. French
Autograph Collection
  5283
Libbie 1901 5/10   Frederick W. French
Etchings and mezzotints
   
Libbie 1901 6/4-5   Americana   5307
Libbie 1902 5/15-16   Prints    
Libbie 1902 10/15-16       5339
Libbie 1908 12/9-10   Libraries of Charles H. Newhall and Mrs. Helen E. White   6589
Libbie 1909 1/7-8   Libraries of H.B. Avery and John J. Babson   6600
Libbie 1909 2/16-19   Genealogical library of the late Samuel Smith Purple NYSL call number: C,016.929,P98 6623
Libbie 1909 5/25-26   Library of Prof. James Mills Peirce   6685
Libbie 1909 6/24   Portion opf the Library of the Boston Scientific Society   6704
Libbie 1909 10/6-8   Rev. Thaddeus Mason Harris
Thaddeus William Harris
Has 3 sheets of bidding results for Philip  Furman Co. Book Brokers, 363 West 51 Street, New York 6711
Libbie 1909 10/27   Libraries of Dr. James R. Nichols and C.E. Tuttle   6727
Libbie 1909 11/3-4   Libraries of  James Brown and David J. Lord   6731
Libbie 1909 11/16-17 Part I
(A to E)
Duplicates from Museum of Fine Arts, Boston    
Libbie 1909 11/23-24   Library of Fred M. Bixby   6746
Libbie 1910 1/ 4-5   Private collection of Samuel Auxer, bookseller   6766
Libbie 1910 1/11-12   Library of William G. Colburn NYSL Order Dept. notes 6769
Libbie 1910 2/2-3   Theodore D. Weld and Sarah and Angelina Grimke.
Anti-slavery books and pamphlets
  6782
Libbie 1910 2/15-16   Revolutionary War autograph collection of of Joseph Willard.
Anti-slavery correspondence of Theodore D. Weld and Angelina and Sara Grimke.
Catalog is priced 6789
Libbie 1910 2/24-25       6795
Libbie 1910 3/2-3   Law   6798
Libbie 1910 3/10-11 Part II Boston Museum of Fine Arts duplicates    
Libbie 1910 3/22-23   Joseph Stickney
Americana
  6810
Libbie 1910 3/31-4/1   Prints    
Libbie 1910     Announcement and description of forthcoming sale of Amor L. Hollingsworth to be held 4/12-14   6820
Libbie 1910 4/12-14   Library of the late Amor L. Hollingsworth of Milton, Mass. NYSL call number: C,016.09,H74 6820
Libbie 1910 4/21-22   E. P. Jewel   6826
Libbie 1910 4/26-29       6830
Libbie 1910 5/6   Law Books   6837
Libbie 1910 5/17-18   George C. Chandler
Americana
  6843
Libbie 1910 6/1-2   Library of Charles Edwin Hurd   6853
Libbie 1911 5/24-25   Americana   6994
Libbie 1911 6/22       7008
Libbie 1911 10/18-19   Americana Contains letter to J.I. Wyer, Jr. Univ. of Illinois Library, Urbana from Mr. Vitz describing previous sales and requesting bids on this sale. A hand-written letter from Wyer to Vitz about what to bid on. 7022
Libbie 1911 12/13-15   Library of Rear Admiral John W. Philip and other Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 7051
Libbie 1912 1/23-24   Americana Letter from NYSL Order Dept. to George Emery Littlefield of Boston with bids and returned with results. 7066
Libbie 1912 1/30-31       7071
Libbie 1912 2/23-24   English Consignment NYSL Order Dept. notes 7078
Libbie 1912 2/28-29   Library of Robert T. Swan NYSL Order Dept. notes 7083
Libbie 1912 3/6   Western history and travels
Americana
Letter from NYSL Order Dept. to George Emery Littlefield of Boston with bids and returned with results 7087
Libbie 1912 3/12-14   Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 7089
Libbie 1912 5/2-3   Americana and natural history NYSL Order Dept. notes 7119
Libbie 1912 5/21-23   Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 7131
Libbie 1912 6/19-21   Two private libraries together with a Shakespeare collection NYSL Order Dept. notes 7146
Libbie 1912 9/25-26   Private Library of Brig. Gen&39;l Philip Reade NYSL Order Dept. notes 7153
Libbie 1912 10/9-10   Library of a Maine Collector NYSL Order Dept. notes 7154
Libbie 1912 10/23-24   Collection of Captain Daniel Eldredge, of Boston, with other consignments NYSL Order Dept. notes 7160
Libbie 1912 11/20-21   Duplicate books on angling from Daniel B. Fearing, Newport, R.I.
A collection of French books
A collection of architectural and art publications
NYSL Order Dept. notes with results of bids 7180
Libbie 1913 1/8-9   Interesting books, some from the library of Prof. Charles Eliot Norton and the library of a Western collector NYSL Order Dept. notes 7200
Libbie 1913 1/22-23   Library of J.D. Kingsbury, D.D. of Bradford, Mass., with other consignments NYSL Order Dept. notes 7206
Libbie 1913 2/25-26   Library of Gen. Henry B. Carrington with other consignments NYSL Order Dept. notes 7221
Libbie 1913 3/12-13   Astronomical and scientific books and serials from library of Prof. H.M. Paul, U.S.N., and Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 7225
Libbie 1913 4/15-16   Americana   7244
Libbie 1913 5/28-29   Library of Mrs. Edward Wheelwright, Boston, Mass., and other consignments NYSL Order Dept. notes 7266
Libbie 1913 9/24-25   Library of Charles Ellms, of Scituate, Mass., and other consignments NYSL Order Dept. notes 7277
Libbie 1913 10/8-9   Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 7283
Libbie 1913 10/21-23   Rare Old Books
Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes 7291
Libbie 1913 11/13-14   Private Library with additions NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter from George Emery Littlefield about sale 7305
Libbie 1913 11/19-21   Genealogies and Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 7311
Libbie 1913 12/16-17   Library of Prof. P.S. Reinsch, of Madison, Wisc., together with a small medical library   7329
Libbie 1914 1/6-7   Library of C.C. Guiteau of Pittsfield, Mass.
Americana
  7333
Libbie 1914 1/19-21   Law books, state and territorial session laws   7341
Libbie 1914 3/10-11   Books relating to Alexander Hamilton including his writing desk   7369
Libbie 1914 4/14-15   Americana   7387
Libbie 1914 4/22-23   Library of John H. Stiness
Duplicates from Rhode Island Historical Society
Americana
  7394
Libbie 1914 4/29-30   Library of George Lamb
Local history, genealogies
  7399
Libbie 1914 5/6-7   Libraries of Col. William S. Greenough, Wakefield, Mass., Major E.T. Raymond, Worcester, Mass., and Major Otis F. R. Waite, Claremont, N.H.
Civil War, local history
NYSL Order Dept. notes 7402
Libbie 1914 6/10-11   General   7424
Libbie 1914 10/7-8       7438
Libbie 1914 10/14       7441
Libbie 1914 10/27-28   Duplicates from Chicago Historical Society   7450
Libbie 1914 12/2-3   Folk-Lore collected by B.E. Helman, Cleveland, Ohio
Book Plates
Boston Subway
  7469
Libbie 1915 1/12-13   Genealogies and town histories   7483
Libbie 1915 1/27-28   Library of William S. Hills, Boston, Mass. NYSL Order Dept. notes 7491
Libbie 1915 2/3-4   Genealogical and historical books collected by Thomas Forsythe Nelson of Washington D.C. NYSL Order Dept. notes and letter from Littlefield with results of NYSL bids 7496
Libbie 1915 2/8   Textile Library of Henry G. Kittredge, Reading, Mass.   7503
Libbie 1915 3/11   Library of Melvin Lord, Boston, Mass., and other consignments NYSL Order Dept. notes 7518
Libbie 1915 3/18-19   Valuable Private Library   7522
Libbie 1915 3/30-31   Library of Rev. B.F. McDoniel NYSL Order Dept. notes 7530
Libbie 1915 4/21-22   Library of Rev. Jacob Chapman NYSL Order Dept. notes 7541
Libbie 1915 5/4-5   Libraries of Dr. Irving A. Watson, Concord, N.H. and Rev. George M. Bodge, Boston, Mass., together with the Law Library of Edward C. Perkins of New York City NYSL Order Dept. notes 7548
Libbie 1915 5/19-20   Law library of Judge Francis W. Hurd of Boston, Mass., with other consignments   7562
Libbie 1915 6/23   Miscellaneous books   7578
Libbie 1915 9/16-17   Americana, Law books NYSL Order Dept. notes 7580
Libbie 1915 9/28-29   Library of Rev. Alexander McKenzie, Pastor of First Church, Cambridge, Mass., and other consignments NYSL Order Dept. notes 7582
Libbie 1915 10/7-8   Library of Ezra S. Stearns of Fitchburg, Mass., and Concord, N.H.   7585
Libbie 1915 10/13-14 1146 Americana   7587
Libbie 1915 10/14-15   Library of Gen. James F.B. Marshall with other consignments NYSL Order Dept. notes 7588
Libbie 1915 10/26-27   A portion of the miscellaneous stock of books and pamphlets of the late George Emery Littlefield, bookseller, Boston, Mass. NYSL Order Dept. notes 7593
Libbie 1915 11/3-4 Part I
(A-L)
Private library of George Emery Littlefield, bookseller, Boston, Mass. Photographic illustration of Mr. Littlefield working at his desk. 7596
Libbie 1915 11/16-17 Part II
M-Z
Private library of George Emery Littlefield, bookseller, Boston, Mass.   7605
Libbie 1915 11/22-23   Private library of Theodore F. Dwight with other consignments   7610
Libbie 1915 12/15   Sporting Library of William Story Sargent of West Medford, Mass.   7622
Libbie 1915 12/21-22   Duplicates from Library of the Engineering Societies, New York City, old newspapers from Portsmouth Athenaeum, Portsmouth, N.H., and other consignments   7624
Libbie 1916 1/12-13   Library of Adin Ballou, Hopedale, Mass., founder of the Hopedale Community. 
Books and pamphlets relating to or printed at the Hopedale Community
  7632
Libbie 1916 1/25/26       7639
Libbie 1916 2/2-3       7642
Libbie 1916 2/16-17   Americana   7651
Libbie 1916 3/9   American newspapers
American Revolution
  7662
Libbie 1916 3/29-30   Library of James Delano   7671
Libbie 1916 5/18-19   Library of George H. Elson
Library of Roland D. Grant
  7694
Libbie 1916 6/1-2   Libraries of Col. Jonathan E. Pecker and Mrs. Maria Weston Chapman   7702
Libbie 1916 6/22-23   Americana
Law books of Col. Jonathan E. Pecker
Original date: 6/15-16 7712
Libbie 1916 9/14-15   Library of Frank G. Parker, Everett, Mass., and portion of library of Mrs. Henry W. Kilburn, Boston, Mass. NYSL Order Dept. notes 7722
Libbie 1916 9/20-21   Library of Charles H. Conover, Chicago, Ill.   7724
Libbie 1916 9/28 Part I Library of John B. Pearse, Roxbury, Mass.
Geology
NYSL Order Dept. notes 7728
Libbie 1916 10/10-11 Part II Library of John B. Pearse, Roxbury, Mass.
Forestry, natural history
NYSL Order Dept. notes 7731
Libbie 1916 10/18-19       7734
Libbie 1916 11/1-2 Part III
A to L
Library of John B. Pearse, Roxbury, Mass.
English, French, and German literature
  7739
Libbie 1916 11/8-9 Part III
Sect. II
(M to Z)
Library of John B. Pearse, Roxbury, Mass.
English, French, and German literature
  7745
Libbie 1916 11/21-23 Part IV Library of John B. Pearse, Roxbury, Mass.
Mechanics and science
  7755
Libbie 1916 12/14-15 Part V Library of John B. Pearse, Roxbury, Mass.
Americana
  7766
Libbie 1916 12/28-29   Libraries of Dr. Robert A. Blood of Charlestown, Mass., and Patrick A. Collins of Boston, Mass.   7770
Libbie 1917 1 /4   Library of Dr. A.P. Chadbourne of Boston, Mass.   7772
Libbie 1917 1/17-18   The Genealogical Libraries of Edward A. Claypool, of Chicago, Henry Fitz-Gilbert Walters, of Salem, Mass., and J. Henry Lea of South Freeport, Maine NYSL Order Dept. notes 7776
Libbie 1917 1/30-31   Library of John J. Currier, historian of Newburyport, Mass., and other consignments NYSL Order Dept. notes 7787
Libbie 1917 2/14-15   Library of W.I. Jenkins, Clinton, Mass., and colored plate books from the library of Henry Fitz-Gilbert Walters , Salem, Mass.   7794
Libbie 1917 2/27-28 Part I Library of Allen A. Brown   7802
Libbie 1917 3/8-9   Library of Judge Samuel W. Emery of Boston and Portsmouth, N.H. Priced catalogue 7806
Libbie 1917 3/20-21 Part I Library of Alfred S. Roe of Worcester, Mass. NYSL copy 2 has items searched for bidding 7812
Libbie 1917 4/5-6   Catalogue of Miscellaneous Books NYSL Order Dept. notes 7819
Libbie 1917 5/2-3   Library of F.R. Fay of Portland, Maine NYSL Order Dept. notes 7839
Libbie 1917 5/9-10 Part II Library of Alfred S. Roe, Worcester, Mass. NYSL Order Dept. notes 7842
Libbie 1917 6/12-14   Library of Alfred S. Roe of Worcester, Mass., with other consigments   7853
Libbie 1917 6/21 Part II Library of Allen A. Brown of Boston, Mass.
Works on drama and music
  7855
Libbie 1917 10/3-5   Library of Frank B. Sanborn
Americana
Connecticut history
NYSL Order Dept. notes 7864
Libbie 1917 10/17-18   First Editions
Americana
  7867
Libbie 1917 10/30-31   Book Plate Literature NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 7875
Libbie 1917 11/14-15   Library of Frank B. Sanborn   7878
Libbie 1917 11/26-27   Genealogical Library of Charles Remington of San Francisco, California   7882
Libbie 1917 12/10-11   Library of W.F. Whitcher NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 7890
Libbie 1917 12/18-19   Library of Rev. Samuel C. Beane NYSL Order Dept. notes 7897
Libbie 1918 1/15-16   Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 7911
Libbie 1918 1/23   Books and Pamphlets relating to Hawaii and the South Sea Islands   7915
Libbie 1918 2/5-6   Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 7921
Libbie 1918 2/20   Abner C. Goodell
Early American law
NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 7927
Libbie 1918 3/5-6 Part I
A-O
Abner C. Goodell NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 7932
Libbie 1918 3/12 Part II
P-Z
Abner C. Goodell
Witchcraft
NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 7935
Libbie 1918 3/19-20   Private Library of Charles E. Tuttle of Rutland, Vermont NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 7939
Libbie 1918 3/26-27   Libraries of David D. Kelly, George Henry Martin, and Richard Briggs
Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 7941
Libbie 1918 4/4-5 Part VI
Music
Musical Library of John B. Pearse NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 7945
Libbie 1918 4/25-26   Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 7954
Libbie 1918 5/28-29   Library of Roswell H. Hassam
Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 7971
Libbie 1918 6/12-13   Library of H.M. McCulloch
Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 7978
Libbie 1918 6/19-20   Library of Henry M. Clemence
Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 7980
Libbie 1918 6/28   Library of Louis Prang NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 7981
Libbie 1918 9/11-12   Private library of a Boston journalist and duplicates from Harvard University NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 7988
Libbie 1918 9/18-19   Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 7989
Libbie 1918 10/2-3   Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 7991
Libbie 1918 10/16-17   Miscellaneous NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 7993
Libbie 1918 10/30-31   Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 7998
Libbie 1918 11/5   Duplicates from the Robert Gould Shaw dramatic literature collection, including Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 8001
Libbie 1918 11/7   Law libraries of R.S. Higgins, Portland, Maine, and Geo. R. Brown, Newport, N.H. NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 8004
Libbie 1918 11/18-21   A collection from Vermont by Charles E. Tuttle of Rutland, Vt. NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 8010
Libbie 1918 11/26-27   Dramatic and musical collection of William F. Johnson plus Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 8015
Libbie 1918 12/5-6   Railroad literature, newspaper duplicates from collection of Gov. William Plummer of New Hampshire NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 8022
Libbie 1919 1/14-15   Libraries of General Walter Harriman and Isaac Adams NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 8034
Libbie 1919 1/22-23 Part I
(A to M)
Prof. J.Y. Stanton of Bates College
English Literature
NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 8039
Libbie 1919 1/29 Part II
(N to Z)
Prof. J.Y. Stanton of Bates College
English Literature
NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 8043
Libbie 1919 2/11-12   Books and prints relating to Washington and Lincoln NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 8047
Libbie 1919 2/25-26   Private Collection of George W. Humphrey, Bookseller
Americana
NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 8054
Libbie 1919 3/19-20 Part I
(A to L)
Library of Frederic H. Hedge Printed date: 3/12-13 8064
Libbie 1919 3/26-27 Part II
(M-Z)
Library of Frederic H. Hedge NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 8073
Libbie 1919 4/2-3   Americana Includes telegraph from Goodspeed&39;s  "STEMS 732-738 INCLUSIVE LIBBIE SALE OF APR 2ND COVERED WITH WRITING IN ALL BLANK SPACES UNLESS WE HEAR CONTRARY YOUR BIDS WILL STAND WE HAVE NO COMPETITION SO FAR GOODSPEED&39;S BOOK SHOP" 8077
Libbie 1919 4/5   Law Books NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 8080
Libbie 1919 4/16-17     NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 8085
Libbie 1919 5/1-2   Library of John H. Childe NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 8092
Libbie 1919 5/7-8   Rare Old Almanacs, American Songsters, Early American Music NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter to Goodspeed&39;s placing order for bids and the results 8095
Libbie 1919 5/20-21   Ornithological Library of Charles O. Trowbridge   8098
Libbie 1919 6/3-4   Duplicates from the Massachusetts Historical Society NYSL Order. Dept letter to Goodspeed&39;s with bid authorizations returned with results. 8103
Libbie 1919 6/19-20   Frederick S. Lang
Lincoln Collection
NYSL Order. Dept letter to Goodspeed&39;s with bid authorizations returned with results 8112
Libbie 1919 7/1-2     NYSL Order. Dept letter to Goodspeed&39;s with bid authorizations returned with results 8114
Libbie 1919 9/24-25   Charles H. Bassett NYSL Order. Dept letter to Goodspeed&39;s with bid authorizations returned with results 8125
Libbie 1919 10/8-9   Americana, natural history   8128
Libbie 1919 10/21-22     NYSL Order. Dept letter to Goodspeed&39;s with bid authorizations returned with results 8139
Libbie 1919 11/18-21   Charles E. Tuttle
Americana
Vermontiana
NYSL onder dept. notations 8151
Libbie 1919 11/25-26   Bibliography NYSL Order. Dept letter to Goodspeed&39;s with bid authorizations returned with results 8158
Libbie 1919 12/2 Part II Libbie&39;s collection of reference books NYSL Order. Dept letter to Goodspeed&39;s with bid authorizations returned with results 8161
Libbie 1919 12/16-17   Miscellaneous including library of William K. Dean NYSL Order. Dept letter to Goodspeed&39;s with bid authorizations returned with results 8165
Little 1842 -- --   Catalogue of a Miscellaneous Collection of New and Second Hand Books, in Divinity, History, Biography, Voyages and Travels, Architecture, and the Fine Arts, and Greek and Latin Classics Recently Imported by W.C. Little Date not determined 0343
Lord [1854] [6/27]   Seventy-three cases of English books, rare and valuable   0636
Lyman 1851 11/4-   Library of Rev. Samuel Farmer Jarvis Original date was 10/14
Some notations of buyer and price.  Seems to indicate some books bought by the State Library
0564
Lyman 1851 10/21       0565
Lyman [1852] 2/4-5   Catalogue of a magnificent, extensive rare and unique library of a literary gentleman ...   Not in McKay
Lyman 1851 12/15   Standard English and foreign works, curious and rare, from the librares of the late right honorable Lord Longdale, Master of the Rolls; Viscount Middleton Manwarning, of Coleby Hall; E.E. Hais, T. Harrison, Rev. Dr. Penrose ... NYSL call number: N,017.3,L986,99-9605 0571
Lyman 1852 2/4-5   Catalogue of a magnificent, extensive rare and unique library.... NYSL call number: N,017.3,L986,99-9605  
Lyman 1852 4/13-   Retail stock of Mr. George P. Putman   0578
Lyman 1853 3/29-30   A Catalogue of Books ... John Keese, Auctioneer 0595
McGilvray 1864 10/5   Coins, Medals, Rare Books Catalogued by Henry Cook Not in McKay
Merwin 1905 2/8-10   From library of John Kendrick Bangs   5891
Merwin 1905 11/27-28   Second part of library of John Kendrick Bangs   6025
Merwin 1906 1/30 Part I Library of Albert Marshman Palmer NYSL call number: C,018.2,P17,v.1 6056
Merwin 1906 5/21   Lincoln literature
Confederate imprints
Priced catalogue
Byers indicated
NYSL call number: C,016.973709,A
6142
Merwin 1906 5/28   Library and correspondence of the late Mr. Alfred Billings Street, of Albany, N.Y. Has portrait and bio by Francis Woodworth Hoyt
NYSL call number: C,018.2,S915
6148
Merwin 1906 11/19   Lincoln literature
Confederate imprints
Priced catalogue 6211
Merwin 1907 1/21-22   Rare Americana and a small collecion of Lincoln literature Priced catalogue
NYSL call number: C,016.973709,A
6250
Merwin 1907 5/17   History of the Reformation, Early Printed Books   6311
Merwin 1907 5/20   Collection of Lincoln Literature Priced catalogue
NYSL call number: C,016.973709,A
6332
Merwin 1909 2/2-5 Part I Library of John Gerard Heckscher, Angling   6614
Merwin 1909 2/15-18 Part II
(L-Z)
Library of John Gerard Heckscher, Angling   6621
Merwin 1909 3/2-4 Part III Library of John Gerard Heckscher, Field Sports   6631
Merwin 1909 3/8-9   Collection of Americana Priced catalogue
NYSL call number: C,016.973709,A
6636
Merwin 1909 5/17-18   Collection of Americana Priced catalogue
NYSL call number: C,016.973709,A
6680
Merwin 1910 1/5-6 291 Americana and General Literature   6767
Merwin 1910 1/12-14 292 Includes duplicates from Library of Columbia University   6771
Merwin 1910 1/17 293 Coins, ancient antiques    
Merwin 1910 1/20 294 Americana from library of Charles Burr Todd of Redding, Conn.   6774
Merwin 1910 1/25-26 295 Library of Frederic B. Savage of Newburgh, New York   6777
Merwin 1910 1/27 296 Angling, sporting, natural history books   6778
Merwin 1910 2/2-3 297 Library of Col. William Lamb of Norfolk, Virginia   6783
Merwin 1910 2/8-10 298 Library of Stephen Emmons of Portland, Maine, and the remaining portion of library of Charles Warren Stoddard of San Francisco, Calif.   6787
Merwin 1910 2/15-16 299     6790
Merwin 1910 2/17 300 Library of Dr. William H. Egle of Harrisburg, Pa.   6791
Merwin 1910 2/21 301 Coins, medals, etc. Contains only lots 230 to 356 6793
Merwin 1910 2/23 302     6794
Merwin 1910 2/24-25 303     6796
Merwin 1910 3/2-4 304     6799
Merwin 1910 3/8 305     6802
Merwin 1910 3/17 307
Part 1
From library of Edward Everett Hale   6805
Merwin 1910 3/18 308     6807
Merwin 1910 3/22-23 309 Duplicates from library of Daniel B. Fearing of Newport, R.I., and other sources   6811
Merwin 1910 3/24-25 310 Library of George Luff of New York, with additional Americana   6812
Merwin 1910 3/29-30 312     6816
Merwin 1910 4/5-6 313 From library of Henry Clay   6817
Merwin 1910 4/7 314     6818
Merwin 1910 4/12-14 315 Includes a collection of pamphlets from library of Edward Everett Hale   6821
Merwin 1910 4/19-20 316 Americana   6823
Merwin 1910 4/21 317 First Editions, Early American Fiction   6827
Merwin 1910 4/26-28 318
Part I
Library of William A. Gramer of New York City   6831
Merwin 1910 5/3-5 320 Library of Lionel Clark of New York City   6836
Merwin 1910 5/9 321 Coins, paper money, medals antiques, rare newspapers   6838
Merwin 1910 5/10-12 322     6839
Merwin 1910 5/13 323     6841
Merwin 1910 5/24 326     6850
Merwin 1910 6/15-16 331     6860
Merwin 1911 1/10 361     6916
Merwin 1911 1/11-12 362     6918
Merwin 1911 1/20 364 Library of C.S. Greene of Vincennes, Ind., and Western Americana   6924
Merwin 1911 1/25 366 Portion of the library of Joel Benton of Poughkeepsie, N.Y.   6929
Merwin 1911 1/26-27 367     6931
Merwin 1911 2/1 368 Americana   6935
Merwin 1911 2/2 369 A Rochester, New York, Gentleman&39;s Library   6936
Merwin 1911 2/6-8 371 Collection of James L. High of Chicago, Ill.
Angling books
  6938
Merwin 1911 2/9-10 372 Americana Library of David N. Carvalho of New York City   6941
Merwin 1911 2/20-23 375 Library of John La Farge   6946
Merwin 1911 4/21 389 From library of William King Fisher of New York City, with additions NYSL Order Dept. notes 6971
Merwin 1911 4/24 390     6973
Merwin 1911 4/25 391 Americana   6975
Merwin 1911 5/2   Library of Gilbert McMaster Speir of New York City   6980
Merwin 1911 5/15-16 397 Includes Americana   6988
Merwin 1911 5/17-18 398   NYSL Order Dept. notes 6989
Merwin 1911 5/23-26 399 Coins, jewelry etc.    
Merwin 1911 5/31-6/1 401 Miscellaneous books   6996
Merwin 1911 6/15-16 407 Miscellaneous books   7003
Merwin 1911 6/19-20 408 Further portion of the library of Edward Everett Hale, with additions   7005
Merwin 1911 6/21 409 Miscellaneous books   7007
Merwin 1911 6/26-27 411     7011
Merwin 1911 10/5-6 413 Miscellaneous, Americana   7017
Merwin 1911 10/16-19 416 Library of Rev. John Wright, author of Early Bibles of America   7021
Merwin 1911 10/27 419     7029
Merwin 1911 10/31-11/1-3 421 Library of William Alexander Smith   7030
Merwin 1911 11/8-10 422 Library of Wemyss Smith of Alton, Illinois, with additions NYSL Order Dept. notes and results of sale from Lexington Book Shop 7034
Merwin 1911 11/16-17 424 Library of F.H. Smith of Springfield, Mass., with additions NYSL Order Dept. notes 7037
Merwin 1911 11/20-21 425 From libraries of two New England authors NYSL Order Dept. notes and results of sale from Lexington Book Shop 7038
Merwin 1911 11/22-24 426 Americana   7039
Merwin 1911 11/28 428 Americana 2 Copies.  NYSL Order Dept. notes and a report from agent with results of NYSL bids 7041
Merwin 1911 11/29 427 Americana 2 Copies.  Mr. Biscoe&39;s copy has NYSL Order Dept. notes and a report from agent with results of NYSL bids 7042
Merwin 1911 12/5-6 429 Americana
Partly from Richard T. Pratt of Port Royal, Va.
NYSL Order Dept. notes and a report from agent with results of NYSL bids from Lexington Book Shop 7045
Merwin 1911 12/7-8 430 Library of Charles M. Crittenden of New York City NYSL Order Dept. notes and a report from agent, Lexington Book Shop, with results of NYSL bids 7047
Merwin 1911 12/12-14 431 Library of Frank A. Kerns of Wyoming, Illinois NYSL Order Dept. notes and report from Lexington Book Shop on results of bids placed 7050
Merwin 1911 12/15 432 From collection of William Alexander Smith of New York City, together with a second portion from the collection of Henry Whitney Cleveland of Louisville, Kentucky.  Autograph letters and manuscripts.    7054
Merwin 1911 12/18-19 433     7056
Merwin 1912 1/23-24 436 Books and pamphlets relating to New York City NYSL notes with results of bids placed 7067
Merwin 1912 1/29-30 437 Library of Mr. D.W. MacDonald NYSL Order Dept. notes 7070
Merwin 1912 2/13 439 Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes and report from Lexington Book Shop on results of bids placed. 7075
Merwin 1912 2/14-15 440 Library of Robert Brown   7076
Merwin 1912 2/20-21 441     7077
Merwin 1912 2/28 442     7084
Merwin 1912 3/4-5 443 Portion of library of Lieut. Edward W. Very   7086
Merwin 1912 3/6-8 444 Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 7088
Merwin 1912 3/12-13 445 Second portion of library of Lieut. Edward W. Very, U.S.N. NYSL Order Dept. notes 7090
Merwin 1912 3/14 446 Miscellaneous, including Juveniles   7091
Merwin 1912 3/19-21 447 American History   7092
Merwin 1912 3/26-27 448 Library of John U. Fraley NYSL Order Dept. notes with bid results from Lexington Book Shop 7095
Merwin 1912 3/29 449 Library of Russell Raymond NYSL Order Dept. notes with bid results from Lexington Book Shop 7098
Merwin 1912 4/3 451 Miscellaneous NYSL Order Dept. notes 7100
Merwin 1912 4/9 452     7105
Merwin 1912 4/10-11 453 Library of Russell Raymond, the second portion NYSL Order Dept. notes 7106
Merwin 1912 4/15-16 454     7109
Merwin 1912 4/22- 455 Angling Books   7112
Merwin 1912 4/29 457     7114
Merwin 1913 3/21-22 504 Americana Collection of the late William Swinton of New York City Priced catalog
NYSL call number: C,016.973709,A
7230
Mills 1832 6/5   Catalogue of Canton fans, grass cloths, and fancy goods, now landing from the ship Howard, from Canton NYSL call number: N,736.70294,qM657,90-225  
Morley 1941 11/17   Col. Louis J. Kolb Collection of Books, Manuscripts & Historical Objects    
Muller 1905 12/11-15   Collections Joh. W. Stephanik D&39;Amsterdam, Chev. P.H. Delacourt D&39;Anvers, J.I. Boas Berg D&39;Amsterdam NYSL call number: N,017.3,M959v  
New Jersey Historical Society 1976     World War I posters    
Osborne 1750 5/10   Catalogue of the libraries of Mountagne Bacon, Mr. Baker, Mr. Holden, Dr. Tyson, John Shipton and Thomas Davie NYSL call number: N,017.3,O81  
Parke-Bernet 1944 1/10-11 514 Library formed by the late Charles C. Kalbfleisch of New York
Arts of the book
   
Parke-Bernet 1944 1/17 517 Standard sets, first editions, art books; the property of Mr. & Mrs. George Arents, New York, Mrs. Joseph F. Loewi, New York, Arthur S. Vernay, New York, Mrs Samuel T. Peters, New York, and others    
Parke-Bernet 1944 1/24-25 520 Books on art the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice J. Speiser    
Parke-Bernet 1944 2/1 524 Library of Howard J. Sachs of Stamford, Conn.
Rare first editions, autograph letters, manuscripts
   
Parke-Bernet 1944 2/7-8 527 Ashendene, Kelmscott and Doves Press, first editions
From libraries of the late Herbert Ten Broeck Jacquelin, N.Y., Harry S. Durand, N.Y., Mrs. Henry Walters, Baltimore, Clarence H. Clark, Philadelphia, and John Stuart Groves, Mrs. John C. Tomlinson, Jr., Arthur S. Vernay, Dr. Blanche Colton Williams, and others
NYSL Order Dept. notes  
Parke-Bernet 1944 2/15-16 530 Property of the late Grace Rainey Rogers, New York, and Mrs. Charles H. Russell, Jr., New York, and others NYSL Order Dept. notes  
Parke-Bernet 1944 2/29-3/1 534 Library of Lt. Col. James W. Flanagan of Toronto, Canada, and New York NYSL Order Dept. notes  
Parke-Bernet 1944 3/14 541 Property of Mrs. John Drum, New York; estate of Robert E. Dowling, New York, Miss Carrie Pam, New York, and others
First editions, Americana, French illustrated books
   
Parke-Bernet 1944 3/27 548 Property of Mrs. Alexander Lieberman, Philadelphia, Mrs. B. Raymond, New York, Dr. Richard Offner, New York and others
books
NYSL Order Dept notes  
Parke-Bernet 1944 4/18-19 556 Charles Dickens material from collection of the late Herman LeRoy Edgar of Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., property of Alice B. Edgar, and others NYSL Order Dept. notes  
Parke-Bernet 1944 4/25 559 Books on American & English arts and crafts collected by the late Mrs. J. Amory Haskell NYSL Order Dept. notes  
Parke-Bernet 1944 5/9 566 Literature collected by the late Richard M.G. Potter of Hartford, Conn., and others    
Parke-Bernet 1944 5/11 569 Rare Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes  
Parke-Bernet 1944 6/13 578 Library of the late James A. Stillman of New York    
Parke-Bernet 1944 10/3 584 Library of Prof. Charles Huguenin, New York
Modern and other French literature
   
Parke-Bernet 1944 10/9-10 586 Art and illustrated books from the library of the late George H. McCall of New York, and others    
Parke-Bernet 1944 10/17-18 588 Literary and historical autograph manuscripts and letters; property of Drexel Institute of Technology, Philadelphia    
Parke-Bernet 1944 10/24-25 592 Library of Frederick S. Peck, Belton Court, Barrington, R.I.    
Parke-Bernet 1944 11/6, 11/8 598 From A.T. Malmed, Phil., Mrs. Darwin P. Kingsley, Mme. Lucie Weill-Quillardet, Frank Crowinshield, I. De,Vegh, all of New York, and others
French Literature
   
Parke-Bernet 1944 11/14-15 601
Part two
Library of Frederick S. Peck of Belton Court, Barrington, R.I.    
Parke-Bernet 1944 11/21-22 605
Part I
Stock of the American Autograph Shop of Merion, Pa.    
Parke-Bernet 1944 11/29 608 Sporting and colored plate books and library sets from Peter A.B. Widener and Joseph E. Widener removed from Lynnewood Hall, Elkins Park, Penn.    
Parke-Bernet 1944 12/4-5 611 Stock of The American Autograph Shop, Merion, Pa. NYSL Order Dept. notes  
Parke-Bernet 1944 12/6 612 William Mitchell Van Winkle collection of French illustrated books    
Parke-Bernet 1944 12/12-13 615
Third and final part
Library of Frederick S. Peck, Belton Court, Barrington, R.I.    
Parke-Bernet 1945 1/2-3 618 Property of Mrs. J. Miller Dixon, Chicago, A Washington Lady, Lieut. Comdr. Oliver B. James, and William Mitchell Van Winkle of New York, and others
English & American First Editions etc.
   
Parke-Bernet 1945 1/8-9 621 Library of the late Dr. James B. Clemens of New York    
Parke-Bernet 1945 1/15 623 First editions, Oriental Translation Fund publications, books from the Imperial Russian Library, selections from the library of Imrie de Vegh of New York, and others    
Parke-Bernet 1945 1/23-24 627
Part One
Frank J. Hogan Library American Authors    
Parke-Bernet 1945 2/5-6 631 Americana collection of C.G. Littell of Chicago    
Parke-Bernet 1945 2/26-27 640 Property of a Massachusetts private collector, Mrs. B. Raymond, N.Y., and others
Modern illustrated books
   
Parke-Bernet 1945 3/5-6 643 Literature from C.G. Littell, Chicago, the late Joseph S. Auerbach, N.Y., and Mrs. Alexander D.B. Pratt, Arthur J. Neumark and Imrie de Vegh of N.Y., and others    
Parke-Bernet 1945 3/13 646 Literature collected by the late Bronson Winthrop of New York and Syosset, L.I.    
Parke-Bernet 1945 3/20 649 Autograph letters, documents, manuscripts: Stock of The American Autograph Shop of Merion, Pa.    
Parke-Bernet 1945 4/10-11 658 Five Centuries of Sport Collection formed by the late Alfred B. Maclay    
Parke-Bernet 1945 4/17 662
Part Three
Autograph Letters, Manuscripts and Rare Books collected by the late John Gribbel of Phil.     
Parke-Bernet 1945 4/24-25 665
Part Two
Frank J. Hogan Library
English literature
   
Parke-Bernet 1945 5/1-2 668 Arts of Russia, comprising the library of the late Yascha Bunchuk and the property of others Includes catalogue correction card identifying lots that were part of the Yascha Bunchuk estate  
Parke-Bernet 1945 5/7-8 672
Part Four
Autograph letters, manuscripts and rare books collected by the late John Gribble, Philadelphia.     
Parke-Bernet 1945 5/14-15 675 Property of the late Florence Gugghenheim, H.L. Slade (grandson of the late Robert Hoe), and others
Americana sets, first editions
   
Parke-Bernet 1945 10/15-16 691 Selections from the Library of a New York Collector    
Parke-Bernet 1945 10/22-23 696 Property of Mre. William L. Clements, Bay City, Mich., Noyes L. Avery, Grand Rapids, Mich, and the estate of Isabel Van Wie Willys, N.Y., and others    
Parke-Bernet 1945 10/29-30 701 Press Publications Selected from the library of the late Robert Hartshorne, Highlands, New Jersey    
Parke-Bernet 1945 11/5-6 702 Property of the estates of M.A. McDonald, New York, Vincent Bendix, New York, and the property of C.G. Littell, Chicago, and others    
Parke-Bernet 1945 11/19 707
corrected from printed 711
Rare First Editions, Autograph Letters & Manuscripts, Americana
from the late John Gribbel, Philadelphia, together with the property of F.B. Vanderhoff, Jr., Greenwich, Conn., Miss. Mary T. Horn, New York, Boies Penrose, Devon, Pa., and others
   
Parke-Bernet 1945 11/26-27 711 Library of James H. Pershing of Denver, Colorado    
Parke-Bernet 1945 12/3-4 714 Library of Marion Davies, Santa Monica, Calif.    
Parke-Bernet 1945 12/4 715 American Historical Autographs, Portraits, Views collected by the late Grenville Kane of Tuxedo Park, New York    
Parke-Bernet 1945 12/10-11 717 Property of Mortimer Brandt Gallery, New York, and Mrs. Harrison Williams, New York, and others
Art reference books
   
Parke-Bernet 1946 1/2 721 Library of the late Florence S. Schuette, 270 Park Avenue, New York    
Parke-Bernet 1946 1/8-9 722 Sporting and color plate books from library of the late R. Jay Flick of Lenox, Mass.    
Parke-Bernet 1946 1/15-16 725 English & American first editions, the property of the late Lewis M. Isaacs of New York and John L. Kemmerer of Short Hills, N.J., and other properties    
Parke-Bernet 1946 1/21-22 727 From library of the late C. Will Chappell of Oneida, N.Y., together with the property of Carl L. Marek of N.Y., and others
First editions of Goethe
   
Parke-Bernet 1946 1/28 731 Autographs letters, manuscripts, documents from the late Nannie T. Bache of West Chester, Pa., and the late Edward Carey Gardiner of Philadelphia, Franklin Bache of West Chester, Pa., and a French Gentleman    
Parke-Bernet 1946 2/11-12 737 Libraries of Dr. John B. Solley of New York, and of a deceased resident of New Orleans, La.
First editions, Americana
   
Parke-Bernet 1946 3/4-5 746
Part One
Library of the late Henry Alden Sherwin of Cleveland, Ohio
Bibliotheca Piscatoria
   
Parke-Bernet 1946 3/11-12 749 Property of Mrs. R.A. Springs, Sr., Mrs. Alexander D.B. Pratt, George S. Hellman, New York, and the estate of the late Elizabeth Caldwell Foundation, Scarsdale, N.Y., and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1946 3/20 752 Property of A.J. Drexel Paul of Philadelphia
First editions of English authors, color plate books
   
Parke-Bernet 1946 3/26-27 754 Art reference library of Scott & Fowles    
Parke-Bernet 1946 4/3-4 757
Part I
The Eldridge R. Johnson of Morrestown, N. J. Collection Includes the original "Alice" manuscript    
Parke-Bernet 1946 4/9 760 American Historical Autographs collected by the late Hon. W.W. Cohen of New York    
Parke-Bernet 1946 4/10 761 Property of Prince B. Gialma Odescalchi of Mexico, the late Katharine M. Berwind and Miss Mary T. Horn of New York, and other owners
Early printed books, illustrated miniatures ...
   
Parke-Bernet 1946 4/23-24 765
Part III
Frank J. Hogan Library
English Literature of the XVI-XVII Century including the four folios of Shakespeare
   
Parke-Bernet 1946 4/24 766
Part IV [final}
Frank J. Hogan Library
Bibliography, first editions, two leaves of the Gutenberg Bible
   
Parke-Bernet 1946 4/29-30 768 Books about books, Derrydale press, books illustrated by Rackham, Greenaway & Crane
Property of a New York Collector
   
Parke-Bernet 1946 5/8-9 772
Part III
Eldridge R. Johnson Collection, Morristown, N.J.
Includes Cruikshank drawings and sketches and books illustrated by him
   
Parke-Bernet 1946 5/14-15 775 Property of F.S. Vories, Memphis, Tenn., Alice Browning Lane, Centerville, Md., Charles C. Congdon, Palmyra, N.Y., the estate of Philip Plant, and property of other owners
First editions, Americana ...
   
Parke-Bernet 1946 5/16 777 Property of an Eastern Educational Institution
Americana
   
Parke-Bernet 1946 5/20-21 779 Library of John Vredenburgh Van Pelt
Books on Architecture
   
Parke-Bernet 1946 5/27-28 781 Property of Mrs. Henry D. Burnham of Boston, Mass., A New York Collector and other owners
library sets, first editions...
   
Parke-Bernet 1946 10/7-8 787 Specimens of fine printing, press books from the library of the late Dr. Charles Thomas Silve of New York    
Parke-Bernet 1946 10/14-15 792
Part II [final]
Library of the late Henry Alden Sherwin of Cleveland, Ohio
Bibliotheca Piscatoria
   
Parke-Bernet 1946 10/21-22 796 Selections from the library of a deceased collector
Library sets, first editions, ...
   
Parke-Bernet 1946 10/29 799
Part V
Eldridge R. Johnson Collection
Four folios of Shakespeare, Cruikshank drawings and sketches
   
Parke-Bernet 1946 11/4-5 802 Collected by the late Hon. W.W. Cohen, the late Major Nathan E. Newman, the late C.A. Whelan, Miss Lydia Leah Moon, Paul C. Trout, Major General Sir Walter Maxwell-Scott, Bart., and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1946 11/12-13 806 Rare Americana property of Mrs. Edwin Gould, A.H. Vories, New Orleans, La., Mrs. Eleanor Gray Perry, and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1946 11/18-19 809 Property of a New York Collector and property of R. A. Springs, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. George H. Morris and other owners
Books on birds, rare Americana, ...
   
Parke-Bernet 1946 11/ 26 812 Property of Mrs J.B. Hirshhorn of Great Neck, L.I.
Rare first editions, Shakespeare 1st, 2nd and 4th folios
   
Parke-Bernet 1946 12/3-4 815
Part I
Library of the late Fred W. Allsopp of Little Rock, Arkansas    
Parke-Bernet 1947     Announcement for sale on 11/17-18 of the Collection of Daniel Sickles    
Parke-Bernet 1947 1/13-14 827 Library of Mrs. George A. Martin, Cleveland, Ohio
First editions, children&39;s books and peep-shows
   
Parke-Bernet 1947 1/20-21 829 American Historical Autographs:  Property of the Mercantile Library Association of the City of New York. Property of John W. Castles, Jr., the late Mrs. Andrew Carnegie, the late William M. Kerr, Mrs. George F. Robinson, Mrs. Clara DuPlessis Whelan, and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1947 1/28 831 Incunabula, four folios of Shakespeare from libraries of the late Herschell V. Jones, Minneapolis, and John Gribble, Philadelphia, and from Boies Penrose II of Devon, Pa., and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1947 2/4 834
Part II
Library of the late Fred W. Allsopp of Little Rock, Arkansas    
Parke-Bernet 1947 2/12-15 838 French and English furniture and decorations. Property of the late Henry Morgenthau, New York, Julius and Hilda N. Loeb, New York, and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1947 2/17 839 First Editions, Noonsuch Press library of the late Caspar W.B. Townsend of Merion, Pa.    
Parke-Bernet 1947 2/25 841 Collection formed by Charles Calmer Hart
Autograph letters, manuscripts and documents
   
Parke-Bernet 1947 3/3 844
Part I
Library of Cloyd H. Marvin [sic], president of George Washington University, Washington, D.C.    
Parke-Bernet 1947 3/10 847 From the estates of Marie L. Russell and Hilda N. Loeb and the library of Dr. Helene Kauder sold by her order
Books on art, Americana
   
Parke-Bernet 1947 3/25 852 Autographs letters, manuscript documents collected by Thomas L. Shattuck of New York and Mrs. Mary Sefton Thomas Lux of New York; also a small collection of first editions of musical scores  
Parke-Bernet 1947 4/1-2 855
Part III
Library of the late Fred W. Allsopp of Little Rock, Arkansas
Four folios of Shakespeare, Eliot Indian Bible
   
Parke-Bernet 1947 4/7 858 Property of Edward Browning, Jr., Philadelphia, and Richard A. Loeb, New York
First editions of William Makepeace Thackery and John Galsworthy
   
Parke-Bernet 1947 4/21 863 First editions of English and American authors, Americana collected by the late H.A. Fortington, Poughquag, N.Y., Dudley Olcott, New York; selections from the library of the late Frederick S. Peck of Barrington, R.I., given to Brown University to be sold for the benefit of the library, and the Eliot Indian Bible from the estate of Alice G. Vanderbilt, as well as property of other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1947 4/28 865 Library of Paul Francis Webster, Beverly Hills, Calif.
First editions of English and
American authors
   
Parke-Bernet 1947 5/5-6 868 Americana and first editions
Estate of the late Mrs. Walter B. James, New York, and from Robert B. Brown, Ann Arbor, Mich.,
Mrs. Clark Williams, Greenwich, Conn., James W. Barney, New York, and other owners
   
Parke-Bernet 1947 5/12-13 871 Autograph letters and manuscripts, English and American first editions.
Property of Paul Zuckerman, N.Y., Baron and Baroness Carl Von Seidlitz, N.Y., and of the late Charles Henry Scott, Scarborough, N.Y. and John B. Fitzpatrick, Lenox, Mass., and property of others
   
Parke-Bernet 1947 6/2-3 876
Part II (final)
Library of Cloyd H. Marvin [sic], president of George Washington University    
Parke-Bernet 1947 6/10-11 878 Property of Mrs. Dwight Davis, Washington, D.C.; a Florida private collector, and estate of Ernest M. Currier, Newburyport, Mass., and other owners
Autograph letters of American and foreign notables
   
Parke-Bernet 1947 10/13-14 886 First Editions, Americana , Limited Editions Club publications from estate of Mary Hill Hill [sic], and other owners, including the late Frank Lord, and books from the library of Gottfried Galston    
Parke-Bernet 1947 11/3 896 Art reference books collected by the late Dr. A. Philip McMahon, the late Howard Back, and by Marie Sterner    
Parke-Bernet 1947 11/10-11 899 French Royal and other armorial bindings collected by the late Karrick Riggs, together with property of F. Bayard Rives, and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1947 12/1-2 905 First editions, autographs and manuscripts, Doves and Kelmscott press, incunabula, Americana
Property of Miss. Edith Eyre, N.Y., and other owners including Mrs. L.B. Dixon, Del Mar, Calif.
   
Parke-Bernet 1947 12/8-9 908 First editions, autograph letters and manuscripts, fore-edge paintings collected by the late Col. John Bancker Gribbel of Media, Pa.  
Parke-Bernet 1948 1/5-6 914 Library of the late Harry M. Brower of Gloversville, N.Y.    
Parke-Bernet 1948 1/12-13 916 Books and autographs collected by the late George L. Shearer of N.Y., Harry Percy David, N.Y., Herbert L. Satterlee, N.Y., and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1948 1/27 925 Books illustrated by modern French painters from the collection of Carlton Lake, Newton Highlands, Mass.    
Parke-Bernet 1948 2/9-10 930 Private Press books
Property of Mrs. William Hand, Paterson, N J., the late Lavinia Law Robertson, Cincinnati, Ohio, Dr. David Crocker, Cleveland, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. John Joseph Hagedorn of St. Louis, Mo ., and other owners
   
Parke-Bernet 1948 2/17-18 933 Property of the estate of Elizabeth V. King Goldens Bridge, N.Y., and other owners
First editions of Rudyard Kipling, Americana, maps
   
Parke-Bernet 1948 3/1-2 939 Collection formed by Nathan N. Wallack of Washington, D.C.
First editions of American authors, extensive A. Edward Newton collection, autograph letters and manuscripts, including the journal of E.A.F. Vallette from the U.S. frigate Constitution
   
Parke-Bernet 1948 3/29-30 950 English and American first editions, incunabula, press publications from the library of Mrs. Samuel F. Leber, formerly of South Orange, N.J.    
Parke-Bernet 1948 4/5-6 953 Colored Plate Books, Shaw & Wells first editions& Manuscripts, Hudson River Portfolio
Property of M.H. Kimball, N.Y., and the late Andrew M. Wiliams and the late A. J. Kobler, N.Y., and other owners
   
Parke-Bernet 1948 4/19-20 959 Art reference library of the Art Dept. of the Rosenbach Company, Philadelphia and New york    
Parke-Bernet 1948 4/26-27 963 Foreign Language and Other Books.
Property from the estates of the late Dr. Bertalan Nemenyi, Budapest, Andrew Williams, N.Y., Mrs. Henry I. Riker, N.Y., and other owners
   
Parke-Bernet 1948 5/10-11 969 Library of the late Thomas Bird Mosher    
Parke-Bernet 1948 5/24 977 Library of the late Harry Worcester Smith, Worcester, Mass.
Sporting books and prints
   
Parke-Bernet 1948 10/11 990 Final portion of the library of the late Thomas Bird Mosher and property from the estates of Dr. Bertalan Nemenyi of Budapest and Herbert S. Long of Jersey City    
Parke-Bernet 1948 10/18 993 Sporting Books formerly in the library of The Brook, well-known New York club    
Parke-Bernet 1948 10/25-26 997
Second and Final Part
Western Americana from collection of the late Herbert S. Auerbach, Salt Lake City, Utah    
Parke-Bernet 1948 11/8-9 1003 Library of Mrs. G.J. Guthrie Nicholson, Newport, R.I.    
Parke-Bernet 1948 11/15-16 1006 Rare Americana collected by the late Anson Phelps Stokes    
Parke-Bernet 1948 11/29-30 1013 Illuminated and other IX-XVIII Century manuscripts, rare bird books, autograph material, incunabula, Greene letters from the William A. Read Collection    
Parke-Bernet 1948 12/6 1017 First editions, standard sets, limited editions and other books donated by the Friends of Wellesley College    
Parke-Bernet 1948 12/13-14 1021 Press Publications, First Editions ...
Property of Mrs. William Hand of Paterson, N.J. and of Sherman D. Clough of Highland Park, Ill., and other owners
   
Parke-Bernet 1949 1/10-11 1026 First Editions, Autographs, Colored Plate, French and English Literature
from various collections, including the late James Banks Reynolds, the late Seth E. Thomas, Jr., and Arthur W. Lissauer
   
Parke-Bernet 1949 1/17-18 1029 Library of the late Joseph A. Padway of Washington, D.C.    
Parke-Bernet 1949 1/27-28 1034 Rare early books and manuscripts collected by Fritz Kreisler    
Parke-Bernet 1949 2/7-8 1037 First Editions, Rowlandson Drawings, A. E. Newton and Napoleon collections from the Library of the late Dr. Claude W. Trapp of Lexington, Ky., and the property of three New York private collectors.
 
Postcard attached to catalog reads:
Important Notice.  Due to circumstances beyond our control, we regret to announce the withdrawal of the entire Trapp consignment from our catalogue #1037.  The remaining books described in that catalogue will be sold as scheduled, February 7th and 8th, 1949
See sale #1054 for Trapp books
 
Parke-Bernet 1949 2/28-3/1 1044 Art reference books, autographs and manuscripts, sporting books, modern French illustrated books, first editions from the estate of William Few Chrysti and property of Abraham L. Bienstock and property of J. Reginald Newton and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1949 3/28-29 1051 Autograph letters and manuscript Americana from the library of the late Joseph H. Seaman, N.Y., and from the collections of David H. Loew, Breverly Hills, Calif., Eugene J. Zukor, Hollywood, Calif., Erasmus C. Lindley, N.Y., and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1949 4/4-5 1054 First editions autograph letters and manuscripts of musicians, Currier and Ives prints ... Property of the late Elizabeth Sage Hare, N.Y., the library of Mrs. Jerome Stonborough, N.Y., and the estate of Dr. Claude W. Trapp, Lexington, Ky., and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1949 4/26-27 1060 Library of Frank Capra, Beverly Hills, Calif.
First Editions, fifteenth-twentieth centuries
Includes notes to Dr. Gosnell about Cellini title in catalogue  
Parke-Bernet 1949 4/27 1061 Lincoln&39;s Gettysburg Address, the unique and final holograph manuscript known as the Bliss copy, together with an album of other manuscript and autograph letters, all written and brought together for benefit of the Sanitary Commission Fair Baltimore, 1864. By order of the Bliss estate    
Parke-Bernet 1949 5/3 1064 Autograph Letters and Manuscripts, Color Plates, First Editions, French Literature. Property of Mrs. James Gore King, N.Y., and Mrs. Frederick Lowden Wierdsma, N.Y., and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1949 5/3 1065 Sixty-Six XVII-XX Century Italian Musical Manuscripts from the Natale Gallini Collection    
Parke-Bernet 1949 5/16-17 1070 Americana, art and illustrated books ... collected by Wiliam Mitchell Van Winkle of N.Y., the late Ernst L. Flentje, Washington, D.C., property of Rev. Anson Phelps Stokes, Lenox, Mass., the estate of George H. Stuart 3rd, and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1949 5/23-24 1047 Incunabula, standard sets, art and illustrated books, autograph letters, etc.
Property of Cary W. Bok, Philadelphia, Mrs. S. V. Hoffman, Morristown, N.J., Henry Taft, N.Y., and art reference books from the estate of Joseph Brummer
Has Parke-Bernet Galleries, Vol. II June 1949 no. 2 with photograph of construction of 980 Madison Ave. building  
Parke-Bernet 1949 10/31-11/1 1090 First Editions of English and American Authors ... from the libraries of Frederick M. Hopkins of Yonkers, N.Y., and Patrice Hennessy, and three other private owners Has Parke-Bernet Galleries Bulletin, Vol. II, November 1949, no. 4  
Parke-Bernet 1949 11/21-23 1095 English literature of the XVII-XVII centuries, including the four folios of Shakespeare from the library of the late Emery L. Ferris of Scarsdale, N.Y.    
Parke-Bernet 1949 11/28-29 1098 Art reference library of the late Royal Cortissoz    
Parke-Bernet 1949 12/5-6 1103 Rare Books, Autograph Letters, Illuminated & Other Manuscripts, Original Drawings by Alken, Rowlandson and Others, Ornithological Collection ... Property of Mrs. B.H. Homan, Sr., of Deal, N.J., A.C. Gissing of Switzerland, Patrice Hennessy of N.Y., and several others    
Parke-Bernet 1949 12/12 1107 Standard Sets and First Editions. Property of Mrs. Florence Hughes Kistler of Denver, Col., Bennett Book Studios, and a New York Collector Has Parke-Bernet Galleries Bulletin, Vol. II, December 1949, no.5  
Parke-Bernet 1950 1/4 1113 Americana collected by the late Godfrey A.S. Wieners of College Point, N.Y. Has Parke-Bernet Galleries Bulletin,
Vol. II, January 1950, no. 6
 
Parke-Bernet 1950 1/16-17 1117 Library of the late Rodman Wanamaker of Philadelphia, Penn.    
Parke-Bernet 1950 2/6-7 1125 Incunabula, Manuscripts and Autographs, First Editions and Other Books. Property of R.H. Mull of Philipsburg, Pa., Mrs. Edwin M. Berol, N.Y. and from the library of the late John P.C. Alden Cornwall, Pa., and other owners Parke-Bernet Galleries Bulletin
Vol. II February 1950 no. 7
 
Parke-Bernet 1950 2/20-21 1129 First Editions, Incunabula, Press Publications, French Illustrated Books, Original Drawings, Autograph Material
Property of Albert B. Ashforth, N.Y., A Maryland Private Collector, Dr. David Crocker, Cleveland, Ohio, and other owners
   
Parke-Bernet 1950 3/6-7 1135 Art Reference Books, Books on Flowers and Furniture, Americana, First Editions, Sets of Fine Bindings, Art Auction Catalogues from the collection of the late Richard De Wolfe Brixey, N.Y., the estate of Mrs. Lee Delafield, N.Y., Mrs. F.J. Peters, N.Y., and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1950 4/11 1148
Part II
Modern French prints, drawings, illustrated books and other illustrated art books from the collection of Carlton Lake    
Parke-Bernet 1950 4/24-25 1154 First editions of English and American Authors, press publications and other books from the estates of Eleonora F. Carr of N.Y., Albert G. Milbank, Huntington, Long Island, William Adams Kissam, N.Y., and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1950 5/2 1158 The Durand-Ruel Gallery Collection of Catalogues of French, American & English Sales of Paintings, General Art Reference Books and A Collection of Photographs of Paintings sold by order of Durand-Ruel Inc.    
Parke-Bernet 1950 5/15-16 1164 Rare Americana ... Property of Ekkehard Beinssen, New South Wales, Australia, estate of Reginald Lindsey Sweer, N.Y., and other private owners    
Parke-Bernet 1950 5/24 1167 Peruvian, Iberian, and Other Hispanic Americana sold by order of the present owner    
Parke-Bernet 1953   1439 Oriental Art. Property of Mrs. E.M. Bell formerly of Shanghai, China,  and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1953 1/6-7 1394 American, English and French literature including fine bindings.  Mainly from private sources including the estates of the late Felix
Wildenstein, Mrs. Wallace H. White of Auburn, Me., Mrs. J. M. Keenan of Jackson Heights, L.I., Gustave Pabst, Jr., of Washington, D.C., Mrs. Wm. R. Friedman of New York
   
Parke-Bernet 1953 1/8 1396 Old English porcelain belonging to Marion Bayard Benson of Wilton, Conn., from the collection of the late Albert Lee of South Norwalk, Conn., and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1953 1/21 1402 Rare books about China, Japan, India, Iran, Mongolia,
Russia and Medieval Europe, Oriental manuscripts with miniatures, Bruce Rodgers publications. All from private owners including A. Franklin Mackenzie, N.Y., and Mrs. William Hand of Clearwater Beach, Fla.
   
Parke-Bernet 1953 1/27-28 1404 Books on the arts and related subjects, other literature, mainly from private sources, including a Beverly Hills collector, a New Jersey collector, and Frederick N. Price, N.Y.    
Parke-Bernet 1953 1/30-31 1406 Entire stock of Carlton Antique Silver Inc.    
Parke-Bernet 1953 2/17-18 1410 First editions and other books from the XVII century to the present. Property of Mrs. Louis Samter Levy of Palm Beach, Fla., and Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., and a New York private collector    
Parke-Bernet 1953 2/25-26 1414
Part I
The John B. Stetson collection of books in English, Spanish, French and other languages on exploration, history, anthropology and similar subjects relating to the western hemisphere    
Parke-Bernet 1953 3/10-11 1417
Part II
The John B. Stetson collection of books on various subjects in many languages, XV century to the present, rare bibliographies    
Parke-Bernet 1953 3/19 1420 Oriental art belonging to an Eastern art museum and other sources    
Parke-Bernet 1953 4/14 1429
Part III
Final
The John B. Stetson Collection    
Parke-Bernet 1953 4/17 1431 French Provincial Furniture and Decorations from Gentilhommiere de la Comb, Nimes, Gard, France, and other sources Parke-Bernet Galleries Bulletin
Vol. IV April 1953, no. 6
 
Parke-Bernet 1953 4/21 1432 Lincoln Memorabilia. Property of Mrs. Wendell Douglas Volk, Center Lovell, Maine, and historical Americana belonging to an eastern educational institution    
Parke-Bernet 1953 4/22 1433 Precious-Stone Jewelry. All from private owners including Maj. Gen. Irving S. Phillipson, New York    
Parke-Bernet 1953 4/28 1435 American and English first editions, including a large group illustrated by Arthur Rackham, from the estate of the late Katharine Gold Dutcher, Washington, Conn.    
Parke-Bernet 1953 4/29 1436 Library of the late William Warren Carman, Summit, N.J.
English & American first editions of the XVI-XX Century, autograph letters and manuscripts other literary property
Parke-Bernet Galleries Bulletin
Vol. IV May 1953, no. 7
 
Parke-Bernet 1953 5/12-13 1441 Sporting books in color, autographs and manuscripts, including 31 presidents, sets in fine bindings, first editions. Property of Alexander Sellers, Media, Pa., C.S. Hutter, Jr., Keswick, Va., and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1953 5/19 1444 Modern French Illustrated Books, First Editions, Books on Fine Arts and Other Literary Material.
Property of Harold Kaye, Charles Armour, N.Y., and other owners
   
Parke-Bernet 1953 5/22 1446 Decorative sculpture and furniture for the terrace and garden assembled by Mme. Renee Guibal, Haut-du Val (near Versailles)    
Parke-Bernet 1953 6/10-12 1449 Furniture and Decorations for the Country House. Property of Clarence McK. Lewis, removed from Skylands, Ringwood Borough, N.J., and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1953 10/27-28 1458 Finely Bound Sets of Standard Authors, First Editions, Inscribed Volumes, Autographs, Documents. Property of the late Grace H. Mitchell, Bronxville, N.Y., Clarence McK. Lewis, Ringwood Borough, N.J., Mrs William W. Carman, Summit, N.J., and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1953 11/4-5 1462 Rare and valuable books, including important incunabula from the stock of the Brick Row Book Shop, Inc., New York, and the library of its client, H.A. Astlett, Esq., formerly of Montclair, N.J. Parke-Bernet Galleries Bulletin
Vol. V Oct.-Nov. 1953, no. 1
 
Parke-Bernet 1953 11/10 1465 Colored Plate and Sporting Books, First Editions, Autograph Letters and Manuscripts collected by the late Capt. Graham M. Adee, Newport, R.I. Property of Mrs. William Warren Carman of Summit, N.J. and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1953 11/17 1468 First Editions, Autographs, Manuscripts, Original Drawongs by and related to Charles Dickens formed by Lewis A. Hird, Englewood, N.J.    
Parke-Bernet 1953 12/15 1478 Rare books, manuscripts, broadsides, including important flower and bird books, incunabula. Property of the late Paul L. Feiss, Cleveland, Ohio, and Samuel Katz,  Port Chester, N.Y., and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1954 1/12-13 1483 Art reference library of the late Baron Cassel Van Dororn, Englewood, N.J., together with art books in many languages, including Russian and Oriental art from estate of Gustavus A. Pfeiffer, New York City , and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1954 1/26 1486 Modern French illustrated books, decorated bindings from collection of Sir Francis Rose, Bart., London    
Parke-Bernet 1954 2/2-3 1489 Standard sets, first editions, inscribed volumes from estate of the late Mrs. J. Insley Blair of Tuxedo Park, N.Y., and property of Mrs. Niles Trammell, N.Y., and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1954 2/23-24 1496 Autograph Letters, Manuscripts, Documents of Historical, Literary and Musical Interest belonging to a New York Lady, Doris Kenyon Mlynarski, James B. Pond, and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1954 3/23-24 1503 English & American first editions, Americana relating to California and the West collected by Jean Hersholt, Beverly Hills, Calif. Sold by his order    
Parke-Bernet 1954 4/6 1508 Historical and other Americana, books on Africa, Canada, travel and other subjects collected by Col. Harry Synder of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and property from a Pennsylvania estate    
Parke-Bernet 1954 4/27 1516 Autograph collection of American historical interest collected by the late Emil Edward Hurja Includes photograph of Mr. Hurja  
Parke-Bernet 1954 5/18-20 1522 First editions, art reference books, autographs of the Presidents, Napoleon, his family and marshals, modern French illustrated books, natural history books, Limited Editions Club. From the libraries of Phoenix Ingrahm, New York attorney, and the late Justice Phoenix Ingraham, Ernest Jacobson, Beverly Hills, Calif., Mrs. William Warren Carman, Summit, N.J., three New York collectors, and a continental collector    
Parke-Bernet 1954 10/13-14 1535 First editions of American & English authors, books about books, limited editions, autograph letters and manuscripts from the library of the late George A. Zabriskie of New York    
Parke-Bernet 1954 10/20 1538 Benjamin Franklin: Autograph letters, documents, books and almanacs, statuettes and portraits in various media, books and autographs by his contemporaries.  Collection of the late Arthur Bloch of Philadelphia, Pa.    
Parke-Bernet 1954 10/26-27 1541 Libraries of the late Robert S. Johnson of Penn., H.Gordon Moore Jr., Lynchburg, Va., the estate of H. Kierstede Hudson, "Sterling", Mill Neck, L.I., and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1954 11/9-10 1547 The Arnold Shircliffe books on cookery, XV-XX century, including, 12,000 menus and general literature    
Parke-Bernet 1954 11/23-24 1552 General literature, John Baskerville publications, literary and historical autographs, letters, documents, manuscripts, corrected proofs, lottery tickets collected by the late Rev. Dr. Harris E. Kirk, Baltimore, Md.; selections from the library of Harry and Caresse Crosby, Washington D. C.; property of Ogden Goelet, Paris; the estate of Dr. Ernest F. Slater, Newark, N.J., and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1954 12/7-8 1556 First editions, autograph letters and manuscripts of American authors formed by Walter P. Chrysler, Jr., sold by his order    
Parke-Bernet 1955 1/10-11 1639 Rare XVII-XIX Century books on horsemanship, falconry and hunting collected by the late Alfred B. Maclay of New York, together with books from other sources    
Parke-Bernet 1955 1/11-12 1561 Bibliographies, books about books, first editions, bookbinding, printing, art and crafts, and other subjects. Property of Mrs. Clara Smith Wolfe, New York, the estate of Mrs. Charles D. Draper, New York and Southampton L.I., and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1955 3/1-2 1574 Medieval illuminated manuscripts, early printed books of hours, incunabula ... collected by the late Rev. Morgan Dix; the estate of Mildred B. Vanderbilt; and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1955 3/15 1578 Autograph checks, franked envelopes of the Presidents from Washington to Truman from the collection of the late Edward Stern, New York    
Parke-Bernet 1955 3/29-30 1583 Americanand British First Editions, other books, Presidential and other autographs. Sold by order of George T. Barker, Larchmont, N.Y., William O. Tatcher, Philadelphia, Pa., Mrs. G. David Pearlman, Washington, D.C.; H.R. Segal, New York, N.Y., Richard S. Zeisler, New York, N.Y., and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1955 4/12 1588 Modern French illustrated books. The library of a prominent French attorney    
Parke-Bernet 1955 4/19-20 1591 Books on ancient and modern art from the collection of the late Caleb Smith Bragg, Cincinnati, Ohio; from the estate of the late Edwin D. Levinson, New York; Paul Manship, New York, and others    
Parke-Bernet 1955 4/26-27 1594
Part I
Collection of books, autographs, manuscripts, drawings formed by the late Saul Cohn of East Orange, N.J.     
Parke-Bernet 1955 5/10 1598 Rare books, manuscripts and autographs from the libraries of Walter P. Chrysler, Jr.; Sol M. Flock, and other collectors, including the late Woodson Studebaker Carlisle    
Parke-Bernet 1955 10/4-5 1610 Napoleon and the French Revolution: Books, pamphlets, autograph letters, documents and general literature from the collection of the late Isaac F. Row, Cambridge, Mass., and Pasadena, Calif.; and property of Mrs. Andre de Coppet, Islip, L.I.    
Parke-Bernet 1955 10/18-19 1614
Part II
Collection of books, autographs, manuscripts, drawings formed by the late Saul Cohn of East Orange, N.J.     
Parke-Bernet 1955 11/22 1626 Rare books and manuscripts, XVI-XVIII century documents relating to Spanish America, manuscripts by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Hall&39;s American Scenery in original parts, ... Property of the late Joseph L. Lilienthal, N.Y.; Mrs. Alexander Block, Jersey City, N.J.; Anna Regina Kastenbein, New York, and several other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1955 12/6-7 1631 Ornithological library formed by the late Dr. Evan Morton Evans, New York    
Parke-Bernet 1955 12/13 1635 First editions of English and American authors, press publications, Americana, and other literary material from the library of the late Sterling T. Foote; the estate of Norvin H. Green, and other owners    
Parke-Bernet 1955 11/1-2 1620 Books, autographs, drawings, illuminated manuscripts, other literary property collected by the late Henry S. Borneman, Philadelphia, Penn.    
Parke-Bernet 1983 June 5054 John James Audubon.  Birds of America NYSL call number: C,598.2973,qA916,86-37715  
Paterson 1781 4/9-6/6   Library of the late honourable Topham Beauclerk, F.R.S., deceased NYSL call number: C,017.2,B37  
Pelican 1935 9/26 266 Americana    
Pelican 1935 10/24 267 Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes  
Pelican 1936 1/20 270 Americana    
Pelican 1936 3/19 271 Americana    
Perer C. Kellog & Co. 1893 12/11-13   Jewett Farm trotting stock, Jewettville, N.Y. NYSL call number: N,636.12029,qP478,200-19852  
Phillips 1846 4/3-4   Library of the late Mr. Justice Story   0414
Phillips Son 1823 9/9-20 Part I Fonthill Abbey library NYSL call number: C,018.2,B39c  
Phillips Son 1823 10/3-9 Part II Fonthill Abbey library NYSL call number: C,018.2,B39c  
Phillips Son 1823 10/23-29 Part III Fonthill Abbey library NYSL call number: C,018.2,B39c  
Plainfield 1931 2/4   Books and pamphlets relating to transportation in the United States and abroad Includes memo on NYSED letterhead 9309
Plainfield 1931 7/16   Americana from the library of L.C. Monahan, Cambridge, Mass., with additions Includes note signed Lathrop C. Harper and circular on conditions of sale 9354
Plaza 1933 2/8-9 (101) From Library of A.P. Moore with additions Hand written  change from printed date of 2/1-2 9501
Plaza 1933 2/16-17   From library of John A. Roberts of Utica, N.Y.   9504
Plaza 1932 3/30-31 959 Charles M.A. Lang collection of drawings by famous asters    
Plaza 1933 4/27-28 108 From library of R. Lasquin with additions   9529
Plaza 1934 3/22 122 Library of Jack Manuce with additions Postponed from 3/16 9589
Plaza 1935 2/28   American engravings from collection of A.R. Davison of East Aurora, N.Y., and other sources    
Plaza 1935 10/23-24   Americana from collection of Charles D. Wilson of Southampton, L.I., N.Y.    
Plaza 1935 12/11   Rare books and autographs from the Ethel Leary estate and Mrs. Charles Weeghman and Part I of the library of Morris Slavin    
Poor 1829 2/[27]   Jefferson, Thomas, his second library meant to be given to the University of Virginia but sold for payment of debts. NYSL call number: N,040 B,vol. 179
1944 reprint:  C,018.2,J45
0226
Puttick 1860 7/12-[20?]   Library of the late Edward A. Crowinshield, Esq., consigned from Boston, U.S. NYSL call number: C,018.2,C953  
Puttick 1861 3/6-9   Bibliotheca Americana, practically the collection described in Henry Steven&39;s Steven&39;s Historical Nuggets    
Puttick 1880 7/7-13   Bibliotheca Mexicana, or, a catalogue of the library of rare books and important manuscripts relating to Mexico and other parts of Spanish America, formed by the late Senor Don Jose Fernando Ramirez, president of the late Emperor Maximilian&39;s first ministry ... NYSL call number: C,016.972,R17  
Puttick 1883 7/17-21   Library of Mr. Conrad Williams    
Puttick 1885 6/1-12   Library of Leonard Lawrie Hartley, Esq.    
Puttick 1899 12/11-12   A library removed from Italy including a long series of rare Americana    
Puttick 1916 3/2   Collection of Count de Gallatin, great-grandson of Albert Gallatin, American envoy to France and England, 1813-1827    
Rains 1933 10/5 362 Rare and Fine American Historical Prints    
Rains 1934 1/31   Rare Americana Prints and Paintings from the Michaelsen Collection    
Rains 1935 12/12-13 475 From Library of Thomas Erwin of New York City, includes manuscript and letters by Theodore Roosevelt    
Rains 1936 1/27-28 483 From library of Mortimer C. Merritt of Rome, N.Y., and others    
Rains 1936 3/13 490 Library of MacGregor A. Phillips of Lowville, N.Y., and others    
Rains 1936 3/25-26 493      
Rains 1936 4/21-22 501 Library of John Edward Zahn of Denver, Colorado, with other properties    
Rains 1936 11/12 516 American prints from the collection of J. Percy Sabin with twelve prints of importance sold by order of Howard F. Porter    
Rains 1937 3/22-23 541 Library of Miss Helen A. Brigham, Boston, Mass., with other properties    
Rains 1937 4/13 545 Choice books from the splendid library of a well-known New York collector    
Rains 1937 5/3-4 551 Early American almanacks, Americana ... including books from the library of William S. Rainsford, D.D., Ridgefield, Conn. Important letters by Theodore Roosevelt consigned by Mrs. Lawrence F. Abbot, Cornwall-on-Hudson, and other properties    
Richardson 1800 3/24-   A Valuable and Genuine Collection of Prints, Capital Drawings, and Elegant Illustrated Books    
Richardson 1805 3/16- Prints from property of deceased Mr. Robert Grave NYSL call number: N,769.9,G775  
Richardson 1805 11/5-   English Portraits duplicates of the late Mr. Graves NYSL call number: N,769.9,G775  
Richardson 1805 12/2-   Duplicate prints of late Mr. Graves NYSL call number: N,769.9,G775  
Richmond 1912 3/28 3 Private papers of William Meade, Episcopal bishop of Virginia, other material NYSL Order Dept. notes and results of NYSL bids 7097
Richmond 1912 11/8 7   NYSL Order Dept. notes 7172
Richmond 1912 12/16-17 8 Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes with results of bids 7194
Richmond 1913 2/6 9     7212
Richmond 1913 3/24-28 10 Americana library of Edward N. Crane   7232
Richmond 1913 4/30 11 Library of George H. Clarke of Daly&39;s Company
Books and autographs of Henry Clay
  7251
Richmond 1913 5/28 12 Includes books from library of John Fiske NYSL Order Dept. notes and results of NYSL bids 7267
Richmond 1913 6/17-18 13 Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes and bids with results in letter from C. Gerhart & Co. Lexington Book Shop, New York City 7274
Richmond 1913 11/28 14 Rare Books and Autographs&39; A lock of Washington&39;s hair   7317
Richmond 1914 1/13-15 15     7337
Robinson [1829]     Catalogue of  ... valuable household furniture, old china, glasses, minerals, fossils, etc. which will be sold at auction NYSL call number: N,274.2,Ap. V. 1, no. 3  
Rockwood [1872] 4/14   Catalogue of studio property, drawings, etc., by the late J.F. Kensett Robert Somerville, auctioneer
NYSL call number: N,759.1302,K36,85-29841
 
Rosenthal 1873 5/12        
Rosenthal 1900 5/21-23   Tessier Library    
Scott 1910 1/31   Coins  
Scott 1915 4/14 1 Autograph letters, manuscripts and association books   7535
Scott 1915 4/15 2 First editions of American and English authors   7536
Scott 1915 4/22 3 Rare Americana   7542
Scott 1915 4/23 4 Americana   7543
Scott 1915 5/19 5 Eugene Field manuscripts and first editions from library of Frank L. Hanvey of Washington D.C.   7563
Scott 1915 5/20 6 Modern first editions, rare editions of "Science and Health"   7565
Scott 1915 6/10 8 The American library of Stephen Van Rensselaer of Newark, N.J., with additions   7573
Scott 1915 9/24 9 Rare photographs    
Scott 1915 11/11 10 Library of Henry Blackwell of New York City, with other additions   7600
Scott 1915 11/12 11 Book plates and books about book plates NYSL notes 7602
Scott 1915 12/1-2 12 From Henry Blackwell of New York City: Book plates and books about book plates. Includes photograph of Blackwell and a prefatory about collection 7613
Scott 1915 12/3 13 Library of Prof. B.S. Burton of the Universities of Pennsylvania and of Munich, Germany, with other additions   7616
Scott 1916 2/18 14 Americana 2 copies, one from Glencore Vail with prices and names of successful bidders. 7653
Scott 1916 3/7 16 Western Americana   7660
Scott 1916 3/8 17 First editions and manuscripts of English and American authors   7661
Scott 1916 3/14-15 18 American history   7666
Scott 1916 4/27 19 Rare books, original drawings, autographs, etc.   7683
Scott 1916 4/28 20 First editions of English and American authors, standard sets, etc.   7685
Scott 1916 6/8 22 First editions, autograph letters, etc.   7708
Scott 1916 6/9 23 Rare books, pamphlets, broadsides relating to American history   7709
Scott 1916 6/22 24 First editions and miscellaneous books consigned by Stuart W. Jackson of New York City   7713
Scott 1916 6/23 25 American library of Herbert W. Smith of Islip, Long Island, with additions   7715
Scott 1916 11/3 27 American newspapers (1737-1781)   7742
Scott 1916 12/8 28 American history   7760
Scott 1917 1/24 29 First editions, association copies, autographs   7781
Scott 1917 1/25 30 American history   7783
Scott 1917 2/20-21 32 First editions, original drawings, Americana, etc.   7798
Scott 1917 4/12 33 First editions, autograph letters, and association books   7823
Scott 1917 4/26
34 American history books and manuscripts   7832
Scott 1917 4/27 35 Modern first editions   7833
Scott 1917 5/11 36 Original drawings by Howard Pyle and other artists    
Scott 1917 5/28 37 First editions of modern authors   7847
Scott 1917 6/6 38 Rare books and autographs Typo on cover says room 815 instead of room 802 7848
Scott 1917 6/7 39 American history Two copies 7849
Scott 1917 6/21 40 Rare Americana   7856
Scott 1917 10/2 41 Americana, etc. NYSL Order Dept. notes and letter from Robert H. Dodd with results of NYSL bids. 7863
Scott 1917 10/18 42 Library of W.E. Warren of Newburgh, New York NYSL Order Dept. notes and letter from Robert H. Dodd with results of NYSL bids. 7868
Scott 1917 10/25 43 First editions of English and American authors NYSL Order Dept. notes and letter from Robert H. Dodd with results of NYSL bids. Also has results of Heartman&39;s sale of 10/26/17 and Scott & O&39;Shaugnessy&39;s sale of 10/26/17 7872
Scott 1917 10/26 44 American history NYSL Order Dept. notes and letter from Dodd 7874
Scott 1917 11/22 46 First editions of modern authors   7881
Scott 1917 12/4 47 First editions, autograph letters and association books   7888
Scott 1918 1/22 48 Library of James D.W. Cutting, with additions NYSL Order Dept. notes with results of bids from Robert h. Dodd 7914
Scott 1918 2/5-6 49 Library of Townsend D. Cook of Oyster Bay, L.I., N.Y. NYSL Order Dept. notes with results of bids from Robert Dodd 7922
Scott 1918 2/7 50
Part II
Library of Townsend D. Cook of Oyster Bay, L.I., N.Y.   7923
Scott 1918 3/26-27 51 Library of William B. Clark of Colorado Springs, Col., with additions   7942
Scott 1918 5/14-16 52 Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes with bid results 7962
Scott 1918 5/17 53 American history NYSL Order Dept. notes 7964
Scott 1918 5/29 54 Library of Col. Charles McK. Leoser NYSL Order Dept. notes 7972
Scott 1918 6/11 55 Reference library of the New England Stamp Co. of Boston, Mass.   7977
Scott 1919 2/5 58 Rare old pistols and guns with a few edge weapons Five plates of illustrations  
Scott 1919 2/19-20 59 American history NYSL Order Dept. notes  and results of sale from auction house 8050
Scott 1919 5/22 62 Library of Theodore B. DeVinne of New York City   8100
Scott 1919 6/10 63 American history   8107
Scott 1919 6/10 64     8108
Scott 1920 7/15-16        
Scott 1921 11/28   Collection of J.H.E. Kelly of Syracuse, N.Y.   8390
Scott 1930 3/25     Result of null bid from Lathrop C. Harper 9237
Scott 1930 4/22   Books of E.M. White, Cleveland, Ohio   9245
Scott 1930 4/30     9252
Scott 1930 10/29       9281
Scott 1930 12/5   Library of Justus B. Hawley of Hornell, N.Y. Result of null bid from Lathrop C. Harper 9291
Sedelmeyer 1889 7/1-4   Collection of paintings by modern and old masters and of water-colors and drawings, formed by Mr. E. Secretan Also issued in French; see John Paul Getty collection
NYSL call number: C,750.8,fS44,v.1,v.2
 
Silo 1891 10/19-23   Library of Benjamin M. Stilwell   4002
Silo 1929 12/7 4445 Library of Helene Jordan and others NYSL Order Dept. notes and results of bids from L.C. Harper 9205
Silo 1930 1/17-18 4453 Libraries of Mrs. William F. Sheehan, Col. Louis F. Praeger of NYC, and Mrs. Viola Henderson of NYC. NYSL Order Dept. notes and results of bids from L.C. Harpe 9214
Silo 1930 3/11-12 4466 Selections from libraries of Judge William Mitchell and Julian B. Shope both of New York City NYSL Order Dept. notes and results of bids from L.C. Harpe 9233
Simmons 1900 2/14   Medical library of Dr. Charles E. Jones, late of Albany, N.Y.   Not in McKay
Simmons 1901 6/12-14   Library of the late Adam Van Allen of Albany N.Y. NYSL call number: C,018.2,V21 5314
Simmons 1902 2/3-4   Catalogue of a miscellaneous collection of books   5406
Simmons 1905 6/14-16   Private library of the late Nathaniel C. Moak of Albany, N.Y. Frontispiece photographic plate of Nathaniel C. Moak plus a brief biographical sketch
NYSL call number: C,018.2,qM68
5968
Simmons 1909 10/5   An interesting collection of books ... including the medical library of the late Dr. Shiland, of Watervliet, N.Y.   6710
Simmons 1911 4/4-5   Private library of John G. Lynch, Esq., of Syracuse, N.Y., together with another consignment ...   6964
Simmons 1911 5-2   Library of the late William Hay Bockes, of Saratoga Springs, N.Y., also selections of pamphlets and magazines from the library of the late Prof. Jonathan Tenney, and other sources NYSL Order Dept. acquisition notes with sheet containing items bought.  Partially priced catalogue 6981
Simmons 1911 12/13   Catalogue of new and old books.  The stock of a bookseller (recently bankrupt) of fresh new books, suitable for holiday purposes, also a collection of old books and periodicals ... Partially priced 7052
Simmons 1912 4/4   Private library of the late Thomas J. Van Alstyne, mayor of Albany, congressman, etc.  Also, a small private library from Watertown, N.Y., with other consignments ... NYSL Order Dept. note.   Partially priced 7102
Simmons 1912 11/13   Catalogue of the law library and office furniture of the late Hon. L.E. Griffith of Troy, N.Y.   Not in McKay
Simmons 1913 12/18-19   Library of the late John F. Montignani of Albany, N.Y., with other consignments   7331
Simmons 1914 11/18   Library of Hugh Hastings, former Historian of the State of New York, also selections from the stock of the late A.S. Clark of Peekskill, N.Y., with other consignments   7464
Simmons 1915 5/13   Collection of old books and pamphlets ... NYSL Order Dept. notes 7559
Simmons 1916 5/4   Library of ex-Mayor Thomas Carroll, of Troy, N.Y., deceased, with additions from other sources ... NYSL Order Dept. notes. 7687
Simmons 1917 12/17   Dr. Frank E. Maine (Albany); A.T. French (Oneida, N.Y.) NYSL call number: C,018.3 7895
Sloan 1903 2/11   Portraits, silver, jewelry of the eldest branch of the Calvert family, Prince George County, Maryland    
Spaulding [1889] 2/26   Household furniture of Wm. A. Bigelow NYSL call number: N,645,S739,96-18925  
Stack 1952 4/4/   Mrs. Clara Sobernheim collection of ancient glass, including Egyptian, Roman, Islamic, Rhenish, Syrian, Sidonian, and others, Greek and
Roman coins.
NYSL call number: Z,738,S677  
Stewart 1807 4/5   Bibliotheca Bryantiana NYSL call number: N,017.8,A669  
Thomas 1828 12/15   Library of the late Richard Peters, Esq.   0224
Thomas 1851 10/23-25   Library of John S. Skinner, Esq., and others   Not in McKay
Thomas 1854 2/28-   Forty-Second Philadelphia Trade Show, including Mr. A. Hart&39;s entire stock of stereotype plates   0621
Thomas 1856 9/23-   Forty-Seventh Philadelphia Trade Show   0711
Thomas 1856 9/23   Second Catalogue of Forty-Seventh Philadelphia Trade Show   0711
Thomas 1857 3/23-   Forty-Eighth Philadelphia Trade Show   0727
Thomas 1858 3/23   Fiftieth Philadelphia Trade Show   0750
Thomas 1859 3/22   Fifty-Second Philadelphia Trade Show    
Thomas 1860 9/17   Fifty-Fifth Philadelphia Trade Show   0880
Thomas 1878 10/29-31   Library of Joseph J. Mickley   2425
Thomas 1880 3/9   Miscellaneous portion of the library of the late Samuel R. Phillips   2616
Thompson 1884 5/12-   Catalogue of a portion (1st and 2nd) of the very extensive library of the late James Crossley    
Union Art 1934 2/13-14 56 Collection of Howard L. Spohn of New York City   9581
Union Art 1934 2/27 12 Autographs and manuscripts   9584
Union Art 1934 3/27-28 17 Collection of Mrs. C.B. Darrow of Plainfield, N.J.   9590
Union Art 1934 4/6 18 Americana. Books and historical documents   9593
Union Art 1934 4/17 20 Collection of Mrs. Edward C. Moen of New York City   9598
Union Art 1934 4/25-26 21 Collection of Crosby Gaige of New York City, and others   9601
Union Art 1934 5/8 24 Rare American Colonial tracts mainly relating to the American Revolution and the French and Indian War   9606
Union Art 1934 5/9 25 Collection of Mr. William S. Ford with additions. First editions and press books, autographs and Manuscripts   9608
Union Art 1934 5/23-24 27 Collection of Mr. G.I. Lehman of New York City: First Editions, Press Books, Autographs and Manuscripts   9613
Union Art 1934 6/13-14 29 Library of Olin Lake Merriam of Monrovia, California, with additions. Autographs and Original Manuscripts, First Editions and Rare Works of the 18th Century   9617
Union Art 1934 12/13-14 33 From library of Frank S. Johnson of Brooklyn, N.Y., with additions   9641
Union Art 1936 10 14-15   Library of Georg Newhall of New York City An announcement of this sale not the catalogue  
United States Coin Company 1913 5/20-22   United States coins belonging to Malcolm N. Jackson of Boston, Mass.    
United States Coin Company 1915 5/19-21   United States coins Official price list  
Van Stockum 1911 6/15   Rare Dutch pamphlets relating to New-Netherland and to the
Dutch West- and East-India companies
NYSL call number: C,016.9747,S86  
Walpole 1915 11/30 2 Japanese prints from collection of Dr. Orlof N. Orlow of Seattle, Washington    
Walpole 1915 11/12 (1)     7603
Walpole 1915 12/2 3     7615
Walpole 1916 1/4 4 Etchings, engravings and mezzotints    
Walpole 1916 1/7 5 Oriental art objects, Japanese color prints from Drew B. Peters of Newark, N.J.    
Walpole 1916 1/14 6     7633
Walpole 1916 3/10 14     7663
Walpole 1916 4/12 17 Books, documents and autograph letters mainly of American interest   7678
Walpole 1916 5/24 21     7699
Walpole 1916 6/26 23 Manuscripts, New York views   7716
Walpole 1916 7/6 24 Books, bookplates by E.D. French and others   7717
Walpole 1916 7/25 25 Americana   7719
Walpole 1916 7/31 26 Americana   7720
Walpole 1916 9/20 27 Americana   7725
Walpole 1916  11/17 30 Includes books from library of William Matthews, noted American binder   7752
Walpole 1916 12/9 32 Japanese illiustrated books from collection of B.M. Deutsch, Japanese color prints   7765
Walpole 1916 12/16 33 Literary material from the New Jersey Book Committee of the Allied Bazaar, 1916   7767
Walpole 1916 12/18 34 Americana   7768
Walpole 1916 12/19 35 Prints    
Walpole 1917 2/16 41 Includes books from library of William Matthews, noted American binder.   7796
Walpole 1917 3/2 42 Americana   7803
Walpole 1917 5/1 51     7838
Walpole 1917 8/10 65 Volumes from library of John Howard Payne   7861
Walpole 1917 9/18 66 Americana   7862
Walpole 1917 10/5 67 Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes 7865
Walpole 1917 10/19 68 Americana   7870
Walpole 1917 10/29 69 From the Library of Frank Dempster Sherman NYSL Order Dept. notes including letter from dealer Robert H. Dodd with results of bids 7877
Walpole 1917 11/26-27 72 Books from the library of Alexander W. Drake   7883
Walpole 1917 12/28 76 Americana   7903
Walpole 1918 1/24-25 78 Part I Library of General Henry W. Closson of Washington D.C. NYSL Order Dept. notes and correspondence with Galleries and agent Robert H. Dodd. Results of NYSL bids. 7917
Walpole 1918 3/14 85 Library of William W. Phillips NYSL Order Dept. notes and sale results. 7938
Walpole 1918 5/21-22 91 Part II Library of General Henry W. Closson of Washington D.C. NYSL Order Dept. notes and sale results. 7967
Walpole 1918 5/31 93     7974
Walpole 1918 6/13 94 Americana NYSL Order Dept. notes and sale results. 7979
Walpole 1918 6/28 95   NYSL Order Dept. notes and sale results. 7982
Walpole 1918 7/16 96 Part III Library of General Henry W. Closson of Washington D.C.   7983
Walpole 1918 7/26 97     7985
Walpole 1918 8/8 98 Americana, books on Indians NYSL Order Dept. notes and sale results. 7986
Walpole 1918 8/29 99 Library of N.C. Prickett NYSL Order Dept. notes and sale results 7987
Walpole 1918 10/1 100 Library of N.C. Prickett NYSL Order Dept. notes and sale results 7990
Walpole 1918 10/25 101   NYSL Order Dept. notes and sale results 7996
Walpole 1918 11/26 104 Civil War NYSL Order Dept. notes and sale results 8016
Walpole 1918 12/5 103 Library of Miss Mary Harriott Noriss of Morristown, N.J.   8023
Walpole 1918 12/18 106 Library of A.F. Bandelier NYSL Order Dept. notes and sale results 8030
Walpole 1919 1/20 110 N.C. Prickett. Final Portion including Law Library NYSL Order Dept. notes with list of items bid and those bought in 8038
Walpole 1919 2/21 112 Library of Judge Robert C. Titus of the Supreme Court of New York NYSL Order Dept. notes 8052
Walpole 1919 3/20 114 Fine arts and books illustrated by Walter Crane and Kate Greenaway NYSL Order Dept. notes with list of items bid and those bought in 8070
Walpole 1919 5/28 122 Part I Library of Charles V. Wheeler   8102
Walpole 1919 6/17-18 124 Includes library of Dr. Frank Jackson   8110
Walpole 1919 7/29-30 126 Library of Charles V. Wheeler
Part II
The Edward Fitzgerald Collection
NYSL Order Dept. notes with list of items bid and those bought in 8118
Walpole 1919 8/14 127 Libraries of J. Clyde Oswald and George French NYSL Order Dept. notes with list of items bid and those bought in 8120
Walpole 1919 9/16 128 Library of Henry B. Hazen and others   8123
Walpole 1919 9/30 129 Part IV Library of General Henry W. Closson   8126
Walpole 1919 10/14 130 First editions of modern authors   8131
Walpole 1919 11/13 131 Part V Library of General Henry W. Closson     8147
 Walpole 1919 11/25 132 Association books, manuscripts and letters    
Walpole 1919 11/26-27 132 Association books   8159
Walpole 1919 12/16 134 Autograph letters manuscripts, letters NYSL Order Dept. notes with list of items bid and those bought in 8166
Walpole 1919 12/17 135 Etchings, engravings and mezzotints    
Wells 1818 6/18   Thacher, Rev. Samuel Cooper NYSL call number: MB/FF,810.8,E12,87-028530 no. 45852 0183
Last Updated: June 9, 2009