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    Geronimo: Three Items Relating to the Famous Apache Chief. Consists of: (1) Great cabinet photo of Geronimo holding a rare Dance revolver, written in period pencil on verso: "Geronimo Chief of the Notorious Arizona Apache Indians now a prisoner of war at Ft. Sill." Various condition issues as shown. (2) Senate document No. 88, an 1890 report from the Secretary of War on the campaign against the Apache and the capture of Geronimo. Great content, excellent condition. (3) 1926 clothbound Trailing of Geronimo signed and inscribed by the author "Sincerely Yours, Anton Mazzanovich. Los Angeles, Calif. 1926." The author was a 6th Cavalry trooper who participated in the campaign.

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    June, 2014
    14th Saturday
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