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    Civil War Era: Cartes-de-Visite of Journalists, Poets and Tycoons. Sixteen [16] CDVs, all with Anthony or Anthony/Brady backmarks. Subjects include: Cornelius Vanderbilt, Peter Cooper, financier George Law, George Peabody, railroad tycoon Dean Richmond, editor W. G. "Parson" Brownlow, London Times War Correspondent William H. Russell, Oregon newspaper publisher Thomas J. Dryer, editor and Secretary of the Senate John W. Forney, poet & editor Edwin Hubbell Chapin, poet & journalist George Cheever (stains on bottom corners), New York Herald publisher James Gordon Bennett (stain lower right corner), poet & editor Nathaniel Parker Willis, publisher Gerard Hallock, N.Y. Courier & Enquirer publisher James Watson Webb and Albany Journal publisher Thurlow Weed.

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    December, 2017
    2nd Saturday
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