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Group of eleven (11) antique prints and lithographic maps. Includes University of Virginia, Charlottesville by W. Goodacre, published London, 1831 by I.T. Hinton, Simpkin & Marshall; Georgia Female College published by Graham's Magazine, 1844; Cumberland Gap (published D. Appleton, 1872); the port of New Orleans after Waud (published D. Appleton, 1873); The City of Detroit (D. Appleton, 1872); Fort Smith, Arkansas (undated, circa 1856 lithograph of an H. Mollhausen drawing, from the Whipple Expedition report); Dublin from Phoenix Park, undated; "An Example of a Row of Trees" (J. Taylor, 1802); Greenwich Hospital (D. Appleton, undated); Outline Map of Indian Localities" , G. Catlin (14" x 8", possible reprint); Maps of East and West Tennessee (Century Co., copyright 1902). Also included is a postcard album with card depicting places including approximately 43 state capitols (circa 1910). There are several subjects from Tennessee including courthouses in Savannah TN, Lawrenceburg TN, Gallatin TN, Huntsville, AL, Florence AL, Decatur AL, and Franklin, TN, plus 2 William Jennings Bryant and John W. Kern political postcards. About 80 cards total.
CONDITION: Most items encapsulated or housed in plastic sleeves, with expected age-related condition issues: toning, fading, light foxing, discoloration, small tears and losses. Greenwich Hospital has severe foxing. Dublin from Phoenix Park has acid burn. UVA print overall very good condition with light grime and small lower left corner crease. Postcard album has wear to exterior, some card holder segments detached.