HAYDEN, FERDINAND V.
Sun Pictures of Rocky Mountain Scenery. 30 Mounted albumen photographs by A. J. Russell (a few detached). 4to, 3/4 green leather, spine gilt in 6 compartments, all edges gilt; covers scuffed and rubbed, a few leaves and photo mounts soiled.
New York: Julius Bien, 1870
Hayden states: “The pictures have been arranged so as to commence with the first range of mountains west of Cheyenne, and to continue thence to the Salt Lake Valley with the view that the book may be used as a guide by those who will avail themselves of the grand opportunities for geological study…” Howes H337; Sabin 31007; Truthful Lens 81; Margolis, To Delight the Eye 7.
Manuscript diary by Epaphras Hoyt. About 110 pages in brown ink. Manuscript map of the harbor and town of St. Johns. Folio, stiff marbled paper covers (detached); generally sound internally.
Deerfield and Maine, 1805
Hoyt was Major General in the Massachusetts Militia and author of several books on military tactics. This diary details his travels along the boundary of Maine and New Brunswick, his meeting with Chief Francis Joseph [Neptune] at Moose Island, hiring Indian guides and canoes for travel, etc. The final 27 pages contain extracts from various reports of events during the American Revolution.