SCOTT J. WINSLOW ASSOCIATES INC.
actively handles a wide variety of historical American collectibles specializing in autographs, manuscripts, stocks and bonds, paper money and a wide variety of historical americana. Since 1985, we have successfully served an extensive client base, including museums, libraries, universities, and private collectors. We have paid many millions of dollars for documents, ranging from one piece to major collections involving thousands of items.
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The 15th Annual National Stock & Bond Show
January 29 - 30 , 2016
Crowne Plaza Hotel - Dulles Airport
2200 Centreville Road
Herndon, Virginia 20170
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For Show Information Call Bob Schell at 715-542-2321
Fort Lincoln Photograph By Alexander Gardner8 7/8” x 6 7/8” image of Union soldiers at Fort Lincoln. Mounted to a larger backing board that reads Incidents of the War” and credits ALEXANDER GARDNER (1821-1882) American photographer best know for his images of the Civil War and for his portraits of Abraham Lincoln. Text on back of photograph reads: Fort Lincoln in Civil War Lloyd Ostendorf Collection June 28, 1959 Washington, D.C.” Extremely Fine. $750.00
From Paris, American Painter George Peter Alexander Healy Writes Of His Work And Ecourages His Recipient to Visit. “I fully believe the Universal Exposition will greatly interest you!”George Peter Alexander Healy (1813 – 1894). American painter. ALS. 2 full pages, both sides of a single sheet. 5 ¼” x 8 ¼”. Paris, 18th January 1889. A fine personal letter addressed to “My Dear Miss Wright”; “I am touched by your kindness in sending those very interesting photographs of your dear mother. Sister & so many of our friends on the good ship Elder. I am sorry not to see yours and that of my friend your Grandfathers, but I thank you with all my heart for those you have sent, had you not sent them, I never should have had one. You should have heard from me sooner had it now been for an unusual press of professional occupation, some of the results of which I wish I could show you and also to the members of your family. I hope you may all come to Paris next spring, if you come I fully believe the Universal Exposition will greatly interest you! I shall continue to hope to see you all this way.” “I have in hand just now a large picture of Archbishop Rearden of San Franciscos and General Windslow and a half length portrait of Monsieur Barbedienne who has done so much for art in France he is also good subject for a picture; to the Salon I shall send that of the Cardinal Archbishop of Gibbons of Baltimore with a man of letters Dreyfus; to the great Exposition, a half length of the Earl of Lytton who is the Ambassador to this Country from England. A girl of 14 years a whole length playing the violin. I hope this work may have as much success out of my atelier as it has had in it. One of Stanley and some half dozen others.” “I am not sure this will meet your eyes but I shall direct it to the care of your grandfather, The Buckingham Hotel, New York, he was not at the Park Avenue, when I passed through N.Y. coming here last Sept. Give my kindest remembrances to all your dear ones, especially your grandfather & know me to always Faithfully yours, Geo. P. A. Healy”. Healy’s work includes “Franklin urging the claims of American Colonies before Louis XVI, portraits of many eminent Americans such as Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, William H. Seward as well as presidents from J. Q. Adams through U.S. Grant. His portrait of Lincoln done in 1877 remains as one of his most well-known. A scarce ALS with mention of some of his work. Fine. $750.00