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Alexander Gardner Fort Laramie stereoview photo collection

Alexander Gardner (October 17, 1821 – December 10, 1882) was a Scottish photographer who immigrated to the United States in 1856, where he began to work full-time in that profession. This collection of 32 stereoviews are from the Fort Laramie Treaty that took place in 1868. Gardner was the only photographer present in Fort Laramie, Wyoming to record the treaty’s events. The purpose of these negotiations was to find an end Indian oppositions between miners and white settlers. We at Nate D. Sanders Auction House in Los Angeles can obtain up to $40,000+ for you or more. Please email a description of your Alexander Gardner Fort Laramie stereoview photo and images of your Alexander Gardner Fort Laramie stereoview photo to us at [email protected]

Here is another Alexander Gardner Fort Laramie stereoview photo previously sold:

Alexander Gardner Fort Laramie stereoview photo

This Alexander Gardner stereoview is quite special. Dated 1868, this photograph was taken by Alexander Garder inside a Council tent of the Sioux Indians. The Sioux Chief has just passed the peace pipe along to a peace commissioner. We at Nate D. Sanders Auction House in Los Angeles can obtain up to $3,000 for you or more. Please email a description of your Alexander Gardner Fort Laramie stereoview photo and images of your Alexander Gardner Fort Laramie stereoview photo to us at [email protected]

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Here are some similar items we have sold in the past:

John F. Kennedy & Jackie Kennedy Signed Photo Measuring 9″ x 13.25″ — An Alfred Eisenstaedt Photo Signed by the Photographer Too

Evocative photograph signed by John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy as they campaigned for the Presidency in 1960. Silver gelatin photograph is also signed at lower right by Alfred Eisenstaedt, who took the photo and writes about it on the verso, “This…shows John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy on a campaign trip to New York City in September 1960, after he was chosen by the Democratic Convention to be their standard bearer. Please put it in your collection, I think it is very valuable. Eisenstaedt”. Jacqueline Kennedy inscribes the front of the photo to “Eisie”, the nickname used by Eisenstaedt’s friends and family, “with gratitude” after which the future President and First Lady sign their names, “John Kennedy” and “Jacqueline Kennedy”. With Eisenstaedt’s stamp on verso, “PHOTO BY ALFRED EISENSTAEDT” as well as a stamp by Life magazine. Photo measures 9″ x 13.25″. Small crease to lower right, overall in very good to near fine condition. From Alfred Eisenstaedt’s estate and with University Archives COA for both signatures. Sold for $10,000.

Alexander Gardner Fort Laramie stereoview photo
John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy Signed Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt

Silver Gelatin Signed 11″ x 14″ Alfred Eisenstaedt Photo of John F. Kennedy & Daughter Caroline — Taken During the Summer of 1960 When JFK Campaigned for President

Alfred Eisenstaedt signed 11″ x 14″ silver gelatin photograph of John F. Kennedy with his daughter Caroline. According to Eisenstaedt’s handwritten notation on the verso, the photo was taken in Hyannisport in August 1960 after JFK’s nomination for President. Signed “Eisenstaedt” on the photographic border. With Eisenstaedt’s stamp on verso, “PHOTO BY ALFRED EISENSTAEDT”. Near fine condition. From Alfred Eisenstaedt’s estate. Sold for $3,704.94.

Alexander Gardner Fort Laramie stereoview photo
Alfred Eisenstaedt Photo Signed 11″ x 14″ of John F. Kennedy & Daughter Caroline

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Two Original Photographs From 1891, After the Wounded Knee Massacre — One Photograph Shows Chiefs Two Strike, Crow Dog & High Hawk, ”Leaders of the Hostile Indians…During the late Sioux War”

Two original albumen prints from 1891, taken by Northwestern Photo Co. of Chadron, Nebraska, whose outfit is well known for documenting the aftermath of the Wounded Knee massacre. One of the photos numbered 89, ascribed to photographer C.C. Pierce, showing Chiefs Two Strike, Crow Dog and High Hawk, identified as ”Leaders of the Hostile Indians at Pine Ridge Agency S.D. During the late Sioux War”. With copyright in the negative of ”NW Photo Co. / Chadron Neb.” Bold and well contrasted photo measures 7” x 4.25” on a 10” x 7” album mat, the verso of which contains another 7” x 4.25” photo, one of the last taken by Clarence Moreledge on July 4, 1891, numbered 1589, with his signature in the negative at lower right. Photograph published in ”Eyewitness at Wounded Knee” is identified as ”After the Barbecue” at the Pine Ridge Agency. Some buckling and staining to mat. Photos remain very good to near fine. Sold for $1,250.

Alexander Gardner Fort Laramie stereoview photo

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