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    George Armstrong Custer: Large Archive of Related Ephemera. A large collection of Custer-related ephemera including most notably a July 15, 1876 edition of New York's The Illustrated Weekly, Vol. II, No. 29 with a front page story of Custer's life and details of the Little Bighorn battle; several contemporary newspaper clippings regarding Custer's death and aftermath; a movie theater handbill circa 1912 advertising the film "Custer's Last Fight"; a souvenir card and concert program dated February 11, 1907 given to raise money for the Michigan Custer Memorial Association; an undated reception program hosted by the Congregational Cadets honoring "Mrs. Gen. Custer"; and several other miscellaneous Custer related items. All items are in excellent condition.

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    November, 2010
    17th Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 10
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