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CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF SALES REPORTED IN

THIS VOLUME

September 16 and 17, 1915. Americana and Law Books. Sold in

Boston by C. F. Libbie and Co. September 17, 1915. Americana and Miscellaneous Books. Sold

in New York by Charles F. Heartman. September 28 and 29, 1915. Private Library of the late Alexan

der McKenzie, Pastor of First Church, Cambridge, Mass.

Sold in Boston by C. F. Libbie and Co. October 1, 1915. A Miscellaneous Collection. Sold in New

York by Charles F. Heartman. October 7 and 8, 1915. Library of the late Ezra S. Stearns, of

Fitchburg, Mass., and Concord, N. H. Sold in Boston by

C. F. Libbie and Co. October 8, 1915. Autograph Letters and Historical Documents.

Sold in Philadelphia by Stan. V. Henkels. October 13 and 14, 1915. Americana, the collection of a well

known Philadelphia Collector. Sold in Philadelphia by

Stan. V. Henkels. October 14 and 15, 1915. Books from the Library of the late

Gen. James F. B. Marshall. With additions. Sold in Bos

ton by C. F. Libbie and Co. October 19 to 22, 1915. Library of the late Adrian H. Joline, of

New York City. Part VII.: English and French Autograph Letters, Documents and Manuscripts. Sold in New

York by The Anderson Galleries. October 22, 1915. Americana and Miscellaneous Books. Sold in

New York by Charles F. Heartman. October 25, 1915. Letters of and to Gen. P. G. T. Beauregard,

of the Confederate States Army. Sold in Philadelphia by

Stan. V. Henkels. October 25 to 29, 1915. Library of John C. Burton, of Milwau

kee, Wis. Part 1.: Lincolniana. Sold in New York by

The Anderson Galleries. October 26 and 27, 1915. A Portion of the Miscellaneous Stock

and Pamphlets of the late George Emery Littlefield, Bookseller, of Boston, Mass. Sold in Boston by C. F. Libbie and Co.

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October 28 and 29, 1915. Miscellaneous Books, Estate of James

W. Hazlehurst, deaceased. With additions. Sold in Phila

delphia by Stan. V. Henkels. November 3 and 4, 1915. Collection of the late Hon. John Boyd

Thacher, of Albany, N. Y. Part VI.: Rare English Autographs (Letters F to M). Sold in New York by The An

derson Galleries. November 3 and 4, 1915. Private Library of the late George

Emery Littlefield, of Boston, Mass. Part I., A-L. Sold in

Boston by C. F. Libbie and Co. November 5, 1915. Selections from the Library of Leonard

Benedicks, of Mount Vernon, N. Y. Sold in New York by

Charles F. Heartman. November 8, 9 and 10, 1915. Library of John C. Burton, of Mil

waukee, Wis. Part 111.: Miscellaneous Books, First Divi

sion. Sold in New York by The Anderson Galleries. November 11, 1915. A Miscellaneous Collection. Sold in Phila

delphia by Stan. V. Henkels. November 11, 1915. Library of Henry Blackwell, of New York

City. With additions. Sold in New York by Scott and

O'Shaughnessy, Inc. November 12, 1915. A Collection of Americana. Sold in New

York by Charles F. Heartman. November 12, 1915. A Collection of Modern Book-plates and

Books about Book-plates. Sold in New York by Scott and

O'Shaughnessy. November 12, 1915. A Miscellaneous Collection. Sold in New

York by The Walpole Galleries. November 15, 1915. A Collection of Law Books. Sold in Phila

delphia by Stan. V. Henkels. November 16, 1915. Private Library of the late George Emery

Littlefield, of Boston, Mass. Part II.: M-Z. Sold in Bos

ton by C. F. Libbie and Co. November 17, 18 and 19, 1916. Library of John C. Burton, of

Milwaukee, Wis. Part IV.: Miscellaneous Books, Second

Division. Sold in New York by The Anderson Galleries. November 22 and 23, 1915. Library of the late William Nelson,

of New Jersey. Sold in New York by The American Art

Association. November 22 and 23, 1915. A Portion of the Library of Theo

dore Dwight. With additions. Sold in Boston by C. F.

Libbie and Co. November 22, 23 and 24, 1915. Library of the late Adrian H.

Joline. Part VIII.: American Autograph Letters and Documents. Sold in New York by The Anderson Galleries.

November 23, 1915. A Miscellaneous Collection. Sold in Phila

delphia by Stan. V. Henkels. December 1 and 2, 1915. Library of the late Alfred Henry

Lewis, of New York. With additions. Sold in New York

by the American Art Association. December 1 and 2, 1915. Collection of Book-plates and Books

relating to Book-plates formed by Henry Blackwell, of New York City. Sold in New York by Scott and O'Shaughnessy,

Inc. December 2, 1915. Rare and Fine Books from W. S. Allen, of

Beacon, N. Y., and other Consignors. Sold in New York

by The Anderson Galleries. December 2, 1915. A Miscellaneous Collection. Sold in New

York by The Walpole Galleries. December 3, 1915. Library of the late Prof. B. S. Burton, of the

Universities of Pennsylvania, and Munich, Germany. Sold

in New York by Scott and O'Shaughnessy, Inc. December 6 and 7, 1915. Rare and Valuable Autograph Letters,

including a consignment from Henry Chapman, of Phila

delphia. Sold in New York by The Anderson Galleries. December 8, 1915. Autograph Letters and Historical Docu

ments. Sold in Philadelphia by Stan. V. Henkels. December 11, 1915. A Collection of Americana. Sold in Phila

delphia by Stan. V. Henkels. December 13, 1915. Americana. Sold in New York by Charles

F. Heartman. December 13 and 14, 1915. Library of Edward E. Worl, M.D.,

of Newark, N. J. Sold in New York by The American Art

Association. December 15, 1915. Sporting Library of William Story Sar

gent, of West Medford, Mass.. Sold in Boston by C. F.

Libbie and Co. December 20, 21 and 22, 1915. Americana, from the Libraries of

the late John B. Dunbar, and George Plumer Smith, of Philadelphia. Sold in New York by The Anderson Gal

leries. December 21 and 22, 1915. Scientific Books, duplicates from the

Library of the Engineering Societies, New York City, and a large Collection of old Newspapers. Sold in Boston by

C. F. Libbie and Co. December 27, 28 and 29, 1915. Library of the late William S.

Mead, of Knoxville, Tenn. Sold in New York by The An

derson Galleries. January 4 and 5, 1916. Rare Books, including First Editions,

Americana and Fine Bindings. Sold in New York by The
Anderson Galleries.

January 6, 1916. Library of the late Charles Cooper Townsend,

of Philadelphia, Pa. Sold in New York by The American

Art Association. January 7, 1916. Books, Manuscripts and Prints, from the

M. C. D. Borden, J. S. Kennedy, and other prominent collections. Sold in New York by The American Art Asso

ciation. January 7, 1916. Rare Americana, First editions, and Miscel

laneous Books. Sold in New York by Charles F. Heartman. January 10 and 11, 1916. Collection of the late Hon. John Boyd

Thacher, of Albany, N. Y. Part VII.: Rare English Autographs (Letters N to 2). Sold in New York by The

Anderson Galleries. January 12 and 13, 1916. Private Library of the late Rev. Adin

Ballou, of Hopedale, Mass. With additions. Sold in Bos

ton by C. F. Libbie and Co. January 12, 13 and 14, 1916. Library of John C. Burton, of Vil

waukee, Wis. Part V.: Civil War Material. Sold in New

York by The Anderson Galleries. January 14, 1916. A Miscellaneous Collection. Sold in New

York by The Walpole Galleries. January 17, 18 and 19, 1916. Library of the late Daniel Hunting

ton, President of the National Academy. With additions.

Sold in New York by The Anderson Galleries. January 20 and 21, 1916. A Collection of Autographs. Sold in

New York by The Anderson Galleries. January 24 and 25, 1916. Books from the Libraries of the late

Joseph Bryan, of Richmond, Va., and of John G. Adams.

Sold in New York by The Anderson Galleries. January 25 and 26, 1916. A Miscellaneous Collection. Sold in

Boston by C. F. Libbie and Co. January 29, 1916. Books on Science from the Library of Dr.

Willis G. Tucker, of Albany, N. Y., and the Law Libraries of C. B. Merrill and M. S. Wilcox. Sold in New York by

The Anderson Galleries. February 1, 1916. Valuable Miscellaneous Books from the Es

tate of Charles G. Dodson, Haverford, Pa., and Estate of Hon. James T. Mitchell, Philadelphia, Pa., and from other

sources. Sold in Philadelphia by Stan. V. Henkels. February 2 and 3, 1916. A Miscellaneous Collection. Sold in

Boston by C. F. Libbie and Co. February 3 and 4, 1916. A Miscellaneous Collection of Amer

Sold in New York by The American Art Association. February 4, 1916. A Collection of Americana. Sold in New

York by Charles F. Heartman.

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February 11, 1916. Private Library of George T. M. Gibson, of

Baltimore, Md. Sold in Philadelphia by Stan. V. Henkels. February 14 and 15, 1916. Rare Books from the Library of Vic

tor H. Paltsits, formerly State Historian. With additions.

Sold in New York by the Anderson Galleries.
February 15, 1916. Two Law Libraries: Estate of Benjamin W.

Cumming, Jr., deceased, of Pottsville, Pa., and Estate of
Hon. James T. Mitchell, deceased, late Chief Justice of

Pennsylvania. Sold in Philadelphia by Stan. V. Henkels. February 16 and 17, 1916. Autograph Letters by the late Rob

ert Louis Stevenson to his Father and Mother. Part III.

Sold in New York by The Anderson Galleries. February 16 and 17, 1916. Americana and Book-plate Literature.

Sold in Boston by C. F. Libbie and Co. February 16, 17 and 18, 1916. First Editions of Rare Books, in

cluding the London Library of Sydney Herbert, of New York. Sold in New York by The American Art Associa

tion. February 18, 1916. Rare Books in Fine Bindings from Robert

Rivière & Son, of London. Sold in New York by The

Anderson Galleries. February 18, 1916. Rare Books, Pamphlets and Manuscripts

relating to American History. Sold in New York by Scott

and O'Shaughnessy, Inc. February 23 and 24, 1916. Library of the late Adrian H. Joline,

of New York City. Part IX.: American Autograph Letters and Manuscripts. Sold in New York by The Anderson

Galleries. February 24, 1916. Library of Warren G. Griffith, of Philadel

phia, and Estate of the late Hon. Robert Ralston. Sold in

Philadelphia by Stan. V. Henkels. February 28 and 29, 1916. Rare Books from the Library of the

late Mrs. Gertrude Cowdin, of New York City. With addi

tions. Sold in New York by The Anderson Galleries. February 29, 1916. Rare Americana. Sold in New York by

Charles F. Heartman. February 29, 1916. A Collection of old Pistols and Guns, etc.,

including Books on Arms, in part from the Collection of Mr. A. E. Brooks, of Hartford, Conn. Sold in New York by

Scott and O'Shaughnessy, Inc. March 6 and 7, 1916. Library of John C. Burton, of Milwaukee,

Wis. Part VI.: Lincolniana and Civil War Material.

Sold in New York by The Anderson Galleries. March 7, 1916. Books and Pamphlets relating to Western Ilis

tory. Sold in New York by Scott and O'Shaughnessy, Inc.

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