Oboud2.
New Photographic Studio. S. Bennett, Ice. Building and ice wagon. G+. $200

  
Oimage3.
No ID. 6th Fire Brigade Championships-1886. Walton, New York. Image measures 6″ x 8 3/4″ on a 7 1/4″ x 9 1/8″ mount. Nicely tinted, men wearing ribbons. There is a 1″ tear at the right coming into the first man’s leg, o/w VG. $345

     
Oimage5.
J.C.H. Grabill, Deadwood and Sturgis, Dakota Territory. No. 1203. The Interior. “Clean Up” day at the Deadwood Terra Gold Stamp Mill, one of the Homestake Mills, Terraville, Dakota. Card measures 6.75″ x 9.75.” Grabill copyright line 1888. G+. $950

     
Oboud8.
No ID. This 10″ x 12″ image came out of Kentucky and shows 3 Kentucky Tobacco dealers doing business. There are pinholes all around the border. VG. $125


Oboud10.
F. Jay Haynes boudoir photo  measuring 5.25″ x 8.5″ of a dam construction scene, unknown location. VG. $75


Oboud11.
F. Jay Haynes boudoir photo  measuring 5.25″ x 8.5″ of a dam construction scene, unknown location. VG. $75


Oboud12.
F. Jay Haynes boudoir photo  measuring 5.25″ x 8.5″ of a dam construction scene, unknown location. VG. $75


Oboud13.
[F. Jay Haynes]. Boudoir Card Photo measuring 5.25″ x 8.5″ of a dam construction scene, unknown location. This boudoir card came with the other 3 I am now offering although this one does not have a backmark. On the bottom recto is written “Conall? (Main).” VG. $75

Snake Oil Salesman and His Wagon  Snake Oil Salesman and His Wagon
Oboud14. G.H. Roberts, Machias, Me. Boudoir Card Photo (5 1/4″ x 8 1/2″) showing the trade wagon of E. Morgan & Sons, Prov. R.I. and advertising Dr. Miller’s Expectorant and Dr. Haynes’ Arabian Balsam. G. $200

Champion Hose Company VT
Oimage7. L.G. Burnham & Co., Burlington, Vt. Image measures 6.75″ x 12.25″ on an 11″ x 13.75″ card. “Champion Hose Company of the United States. Barnes Hose Company No. 7, Burlington, Vermont, Winner of 1st National Prize, $500.00 in Gold, Championship Belt, and Prize Cart, Chicago, Dexter Park National Tournament, Sept. 4th, 1878. By 18 Men, drawing Cart (weight, without Hose on, 500 pounds), and 350 feet of Regulation Hose on it; running 300 yards to Hydrant, attaching to Hydrant, reeling off 300 feet, breaking couplings, (Caswell’s) three full turns, putting on pipe, tight connection,–1st trial, 63 1/2,–2d trial, 61 1/2,–Average time 62 1/2 seconds. Best on record,–400 yards ground covered. Winner of 1st Prize $100.00, July 4th, 1878, Middlebury, Vt., Running 40 rods to Hydrant, (drawing 300 pound cart) attaching to Hydrant, laying 300 feet Regulation Hose, Putting on pipe in 42 3/4 seconds. Best on Record,–320 yards ground covered.” Copyright line of John J. Shea, 1878. All the men are identified. VG. $1500

Surveyor Photo oboud15b
Oboud15. No ID. On front is written “Just Beginning-Engineer’s Work.” On back is written “Compliments of your brother Jess. Terry Mon. Oct. 1st, 1890.” G-. $75

Montana Bill Posting Co.
Oimage8. No ID. Montana Bill Posting Co. office with some of their bills posted on the wall. Note how evenly spaced the 3 men and one dog are so as to not obscure the posts. Image measures 5″ x 7″ and card measures 6.5″ x 8.5.” VG. $200

Indian Medicine Man in Philadelphia Indian Medicine Man in Philadelphia
Oboud16. Boudoir Card Photo (5″ x 8″) by C.M. Fowler & Co., Albany, NY. titled Indian Medicine Man at Philadelphia, Pa. VG. $400