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T^ROM boyhood, and during his long, active and useful life,
the late Adrian H. Joline was especially interested in
American and English history. The profound knowledge
which he acquired, as the result of systematic and painstaking
study in this and other fields, naturally suggested to him the
collection of books and autographs. He entered with zest into
the acquisition of important literary treasures; not so much
for mere acquisition as for use and study. He collected with
discrimination. His collection was made with a view to having
his books and autographs typify important events and epochs
and illustrate important incidents in the lives of distinguished
men. He discarded the unimportant in order that he might,
with important examples only, increase the historical and
literary value of his collections, his daily and intimate com-
As his library and autograph collection grew and became of
such importance, he wrote, at the suggestion of his friends,
charmingly on the subjects he held in such great affection.
His "Meditations of an Autograph Collector," the "Diver-
sions of a Book Lover," and "Rambles in Autograph Land"
are prized by collectors, not only for their literary value but
as authoritative treatises on autographs and books. The
"Edgehill Essays," the "Peapack Papers," and "At the
Library Table" are among his other books.
His writings are characterized by humor, philosophy,
shrewd observations of men and events, deep insight into po-
litical history and social life, strong human sympathy, and
an intimate knowledge of the best literature.
He treasured his books and his autographs, and the con-
eluding words of his "Meditations" that follow showed his
deep affection for them and his generous wish that others
might also enjoy them:
"No one will ever be as fond of my pets as I have
been, and at no distant day they will be scattered among
the bidders at the inevitable auction-sale which awaits
all collections save only those consigned to perpetual
burial in some library. My own association with them
will be lost and forgotten. I look upon them almost as
one might upon the children whom he must leave behind
him. They, however, may remember, while our cherished
autographs and books, in serene unconsciousness, will be
forever unmindful of the fondness which has been lav-
ished upon them. A rare book will now and then retain
the record of a tender and devoted ownership, but an
autograph seldom recalls the memory of a chance pos-
sessor. None the less dear to me are these relics of the lead-
ers of life and literature. Some one will preserve them and
perhaps may fondle them as I have done. I trust that
they may come under the protecting care of a true col-
lector, a real antiquary no mere bargain-hunter, no
'snapper-up of unconsidered trifles,' but one endowed
with the capacity to appreciate whatsoever things are
worthy of the affection of the lover of letters and of
history. ' '
of tf)c f eaturcg of
Alexander's Political History of New York, 3 vols. extended to 6 by
the insertion of 333 autograph letters, manuscripts, prints, etc.;
Bound volume containing 97 autograph letters and 80 portraits of
American Statesmen Series on Large Paper, with many autograph
letters and documents;
Publications and writings of William Loring Andrews;
Bach's Life of General Meade, extra-illustrated with 16 letters and
Bibliophile Society publications;
Brooks 's History of the Court of Common Pleas, extra-illustrated with
151 autographs and 125 portraits;
Autograph letters of Bryant and his own copy of his translation of
the "Odyssey," with autograph material;
Bryant's Biography by Parke Godwin, with extra illustrations;
Private Journal of Aaron Burr, two vols., privately printed, with 3
A. L. S. of Burr inserted;
Life of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, extra-illustrated with 31 auto-
graphs and other material;
Carson's History of the Supreme Court of the United States, extended
to 3 vols. by the insertion of 156 autograph letters and documents and
Memoir of Cadwallader D. Golden, extra-illustrated;
Cooper's History of the Navy, extended to 4 vols. by the insertion
of 265 portraits, views, maps, and plans;
Eelking's German Allied Troops in the Eevolution, extra-illustrated
with portraits and autographs;
Fiske's Critical Period, extended to 2 vols. by the insertion of 65
portraits and views;
Forman's Life and Writings of Jefferson, with 59 letters, portraits
and documents inserted;
Barrett's Life of Edwin Forrest on Large Paper, extra-illustrated
with fine letters and portraits;
A. L. S. of Koger Griswold on the death of Washington;
Life and Letters of Fitz-Greene Halleck, extra-illustrated and extended
by the insertion of autographs and prints;
Bret Harte's Works, autograph edition;
Hawkesworth 's Voyage, N. Y. 1774, with plate by Paul Eevere;
Hawthorne's copy of the Vicar of Wakefield, with signatures and notes
in his handwriting;
Autobiography of George F. Hoar, extra-illustrated with 80 portraits
and 100 A. L. S.;
George Holland Memorial, extra-illustrated with hundreds of letters,
signatures, play -bills, and portraits;
Autograph Poems and letters by Oliver Wendell Holmes;
Homes of American Authors, extended to 2 vols. by the insertion of
many fine portraits, plates, and autographs;,
Laurence Button's Curiosities of the American Stage, with 61 letters,
50 portraits, etc.;
Autograph MSS. and letters by Washington Irving;
The Jeffersons, by William Winter, extra-illustrated with 80 portraits
and 63 autograph letters and signatures;
Autograph document by Abraham Lincoln;
Genuine first edition of Herndon's Lincoln;
Fine A. L. S. by Longfellow to Bayard Taylor and 12 A. L. S. and
68 portraits bound in the Life;
Lossing's Home of Washington, extended to 5 vols. by the insertion
of 679 portraits and views;
Autograph MSS. and letters by J. E. Lowell;
New York City during the American Eevolution, extra-illustrated with
19 portraits and views and 16 autograph letters and documents, 1765-
Votes and Proceedings of the State of New York, Kingston, 1777,
probably the only uncut copy in sheets;
Original draft of a letter of 7 pages in the handwriting of E. A.
Zachary Taylor's letters, privately printed;
Townsend's Our Presidents, edition de luxe, extra- illustrated by 270
portraits, views, etc., and 68 autograph letters, including a fine war
letter by Washington;
Life of Peter Van Schaack, with 27 documents and A. L. S. of the
Wallack's Memories of Fifty Years, extra-illustrated with 58 letters
and signatures and 79 plates;
Irving 's Life of Washington, extended to 10 vols. by the insertion of
235 engraved portraits and 50 views;
Everett's Life of Washington, extended to 2 vols. by the insertion
of 264 plates and 5 pp. of MS. Field Notes of a Survey by Washington;
Washington's Letters to Lear, privately printed;
Autograph MSS. of Walt Whitman's " Mannahatta " ;
Autograph MSS. of Whittier's "What the Birds Said";
Wilson's Presidents of the United States, extra-illustrated with more
than 250 plates and 250 autographs, documents, etc;
Memoir of Eobert C. Winthrop, extra-illustrated with 60 plates and
Autograph letters by Jonathan Trumbull, John Tyler, Timothy Pick-
ering, Noah Webster, Winfield Scott, Zachary Taylor, C. C. Pickney, and
many other American statesmen.
OP THE LATE
OF NEW YORK
Tuesday Afternoon, December 15, 1914. at 2:30 o'clock.
1. AARON BURR (Jenkinson), Clev., n. d.; John Mar-
shall and other Addresses (Platt), San Francisco, n. d. ; Benj.
F. Wade (Riddle), Clev. 1886; Life of Thomas Morris (Mor-
ris), Cinn. 1856. Together 4 vols. 8vo, cloth.
2. ABBATT (WILLIAM). The Crisis of the Revolution.
Being the Story of Arnold and Andre now for the first time
collected from all sources. Illustrated from photographs by
Edwin S. Bennett. 4to, cloth, gilt top, uncut. N. Y. 1899
* One of 250 copies, signed by the author.
3. ABBATT (WILLIAM). The Battle of Pell's Point (or
Pelham), October 18, 1776. Being the Story of a Stubborn
Fight. With a map, and illustrations from original photo-
graphs and family portraits. 8vo, cloth, gilt top, uncut.
N. Y. 1901
* Edition limited to 500 copies, signed by the author.
4. ADAMS (HENRY). History of the United States of
America from 1801 to 1817. 9 vols. 12mo, cloth.
* A. L. S. from the author inserted. N. Y. 1889-91
5. ADAMS (JOHN). A Defence of the Constitutions of
Government of the United States of America. Portrait laid
in. 2 vols. 8vo, calf (several pages slightly foxed, bindings
cracked). Lond. 1787
* With autograph signature of John Dickinson, one of the
members of the first Continental Congress, on title-pages and
on margin of one leaf in each volume.
6. ADAMS (JOHN). A Defence of the Constitutions of
Government of the United States of America. 3 vols. 8vo,
calf (binding of one vol. broken). Lond. 1787-8
* Presentation Copy from the Author to Benjamin West,
with inscription: "Mr. West from his Countryman, The
7. ADAMS (JOHN). The Works of John Adams, second
President of the United States. With a Life of the Author.
Portraits. 10 vols. 8vo, cloth, uncut (some backs slightly
torn). Bost. 1856
8. ADAMS (JOHN QUINCY). Memoirs of John Quincy
Adams, comprising portions of his Diary from 1795 to 1848.
Edited by Charles Francis Adams. 2 Portraits. 12 vols. 8vo,
cloth (stamp on titles, and 2 backs slightly torn).
9. ADAMS (SAMUEL). The Life and Public Services of
Samuel Adams, being a Narrative of his Acts and Opinions,
and of his Agency in producing and forwarding the American
Revolution. By William Wells. Portraits on India paper.
3 vols. royal 8vo, cloth, uncut. Bost. 1866
* Large Paper, No. 14 of only 100 copies printed. With a
receipt signed by Samuel Adams inserted.
10. ALDRICH (THOMAS BAILEY). The Complete
Writings of T. B. Aldrich (including Poetry and Prose, and a
Life of Aldrich, by Ferris Greenslet). Portraits, some on
India paper and illustrations. 10 vols. 8vo, boards, cloth
backs, uncut. Cambridge : Riverside Press, 1897-98
* LAME PAPER: only 250 copies printed. With 4 A. L's. S.
of the author inserted; one to Mr. Robinson in regard to
a story: "Story! God bless you! I have none to tell," and
one to Mrs. Jordan, referring to the training of boys.
11. ALDRICH (THOMAS BAILEY). Wishmakers'
Town; by William Young. With an Introductory Note by
T. B. Aldrich. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, boards, gilt top, uncut.
* Autograph of T. B. Aldrich on fly-leaf.
12. ALDRICH (THOMAS BAILEY). A. L. S., Ponka-
pog, Nov. 1, 1905, 1 page, 8vo. With portrait. Both inlaid
13. ALDRICH (THOMAS BAILEY). A. L. S., iy 2 pp.
8vo, July 26, n. y., to Gen. Geo. P. Morris (inlaid). With
"I send you a trifle which you can use at your discretion
and leisure, after you liave disposed of rhymers more anxious
than I to catch Fame and Time 'by the forelock."
14. ALDRICH (THOMAS BAILEY). ORIGINAL AUTO-
GRAPH MANUSCRIPT of "With Three Flowers." 1 page 4to,
14 lines. Published. With proof portrait on India paper.
2 pieces. Inlaid.
* " This faded violet grew
On Sander's grave; from Sander's heart it grew,
Within the shadow of the Pyramid
Was the daisy found,
White as the soul of Keats in Paradise. ..."
15. ALEXANDER (DE ALVA STANWOOD). A Politi-
cal History of the State of New York, 1774-1882. 3 vols. ex-
tended to 6, 8vo, half green morocco, gilt tops, uncut.
N. Y. 1906-9
* EXTRA ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of nearly 300 portraits
and views, and of 333 autograph letters and documents. Many
of these letters are long and interesting and relate to the text
of the above volumes. Among the writers are: Charles Fran-
cis Adams, Thomas G. Alvord, Susan B. Anthony, Horatio
Ballard, Francis C. Barlow, James A. Bayard, August Belmont,
Perry Belmont, Thomas H. Benton, John Bigelow, James
Buchanan, Aaron Burr, William Allen Butler, John C. Calhoun,
Lewis Cass, Salmon P. Chase, DeWitt Clinton, George Clinton,
Cadwallader Golden, Cadwallader D. Golden, Roscoe Conkling,
Geo. Wm. Curtis, Chauncey M. Depew, David L. Dickinson,
John A. Dix, Morgan Dix, Stephen A. Douglas, Wm. A. Duer,
Wm. M. Evarts, Edward Everett, Millard Fillmore, Hamilton
Fish, Roswell P. Flower, Edward C. Genet, Jay Gould, Horace
Greeley, John R. Griswold, Hannibal Hamlin, Rutherford B.
Hayes, Wm. L. Herndon, David B. Hill, Charles E. Hughes,
Rufus King, Edward Livingston, Robert R. Livingston, Owen
Love joy, Gouverneur Morris, Levi P. Morton, A. J. Parker,
James K. Paulding, Wendell Phillips, Franklin Pierce, Jonas
Platt, Whitelaw Reid, Russell Sage, Geo. W. Schuyler, Philip
Schuyler, Frederick W. Seward, Wm. H. Seward, Horatio Sey-
mour, Gerritt Smith, Charles Sumner, N. P. Tallmadge, Samuel
J. Tilden, Wm. M. Tweed, John Van Buren, Martin Van Buren,
W. P. Van Ness, Solomon and Stephen Van Rensselaer, Gulian
C. Verplanck, Daniel Webster, Thurlow Weed, Wm. Wirt, Benj.
Wood, Fernando Wood, Silas Wright, Robert Yates, etc., etc.
16. ALLEGANY COUNTY. History of Allegany County,
N. Y. With illustrations descriptive of scenery, Private Resi-
dences, etc. Portraits and views. 4to, half morocco, gilt edges
(binding rubbed). N. Y. 1879
17. ALLYN (CHARLES). The Battle of Groton Heights:
a Collection of Narratives, Official Reports, Records, etc., of
the Storming of Fort Griswold, the Massacre of its Garrison,
and the Burning of New London by British Troops under
Command of Brig.-Gen. Benedict Arnold, Sept. 6, 1781. Por-
traits, maps, illustrations and facsimiles. 4to, cloth (few
margins stained). New Lond. 1882
* Large Paper Copy, one of an edition of 100 copies, signed
and numbered by the author.
18. AMERICAN AUTHORS. Autographs and Portraits
of American Authors, including 97 A. L. S., L. S. and signa-
tures; and 80 portraits. All inlaid to 4to, and bound, with a
printed title, in 1 vol. half green morocco, gilt, gilt top,
* The series comprises: George Ade, L. S. 1907; Louisa
M. Alcott, A. L. S., giving a list of her works; James Lane
Allen, A. L. S. 1892; Gertrude Atherton, A. L. S.; Josephine
Daskam, A. L. S. ; John Kendrick Bangs, A. L. S. 1905; John
Warner Barber, A. L. S. 1877, mentioning his writings and
engravings; Henry A. Beers, A. L. S. 1890, concerning the
preservation of Poe's cottage; Edward Bellamy, A. L. S. 1888;
John Bigelow, A. L. S.; William Henry Bishop, A. L. S. con-
cerning the publication of one of his stories, 1889; Mary L.
Booth, A. L. S. 1881; Eobert Bridges, A. L. S. 1898; Geo. W.
Bungay, A. L. S. 1875; H. C. Bunner, L. S. 1893; Gillett Bur-
gess, L. S. 1904, relating to his works; Frances Hodgson Bur-
nett, A. L. S.; John Burroughs, A. L. S. Feb. 26, n. y. . . "It
is by no means certain that I shall write the Audubon biog-
raphy" . . . ; George W. Cable, A. L. S. 1901, about writing
an article ; Bliss Carman, A. L. S. 1890 ; Madison Cawein,
AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT of ' ' The Better Sort ' ' from ' ' Shapes
and Shadows," 1 page, 12mo, signed, Louisville, 1898; Eobert
W. Chambers, A. L. S. 1903; Amelie Eives, A. L. S. 1888;
Henry A. Clapp, A. L. S. 1896; Moncure D. Conway, A. L. S
1888, concerning Edmund Eandolph; Stephen Crane, A. L. S. ;
F. Marion Crawford, A. L. S. 1898, concerning the formation
of a Social Science Association, and L. S. 1903; Eichard Hard-
ing Davis, A. L. S.; Margaret Deland, A. L. S. containing a
pen-and-ink sketch; Emily Dickinson, A. L. S. John F. Dillon,
A. L. S. 1906; Edward Eggleston, A. L. S. 1897; Thomas A.
Emmet, A. L. S. 1911; Eugene Field, A. k. S. 1 page 8vo,
1894, mentioning "Love Songs of Childhood"; Kate Field,
A. L. S. 1871; Eoswell Field, A. L. S. 1905; Paul L. Ford, A.
L. S.; Harold Frederick, A. L. S. 1890; Mary E. Wilkins
Freeman, L. S. 1903; Alice French ("Octave Thanet"), A. L.
S. 1900 ; Horace H. Furness, A. L. S. ; Hamlin Garland, A. L. S. ;
Henry George, A. L. S. 1888; Eichard W. Gilder, A. L. S.
1884; Edwin L. Godkin, A. L. S. 1885; Maud W. Goodwin,
A. L. S.; Elbridge H. Goss, A. L. S. 1905; A. S. Hardy, A. L.
S. 1881; Marion Harland, signature, 1873; Joel Chandler Har-
ris, L. S. 1900, promising to contribute to a magazine; Albert
B. Hart, L. S. 1907; Lafcadio Hearn, A. L. S. 1 page, 8vo,
N. Y. Feb. 23, 1890: "/ return proofs with very few
changes the slcetch was beautifully set up. I think the story
will please" . . . ; Frederick T. Hill, A. L. S. 1906; Bronson
Howard, A. L. S. ; Laurence Hutton, A. L. S., 5 pp. 4to, 1903;
Thomas A. Janvier, A. L. S. 1889; Tudor Jenks, A. L. S. 1901;
Mary Johnston, A. L. S. ; Elizabeth Jordan, A. L. S. ; Charles
King, A. L. S. 1901; Hamilton W. Mabie, L. S. 1899; A. T.
Mahan, A. L. S. 1901 ; Edwin Markham, A. L. S. 1900 ; Brander
Matthews, A. L. S. 1886; Joaquin Miller, A. L. S. 1877; Weir
Mitchell, A. L. S. 1907; Thomas Nelson Page, A. L. S. 1896;
Bliss Perry, A. L. S. relating to his story "The Wheeling
Postmark"; Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, A. L. S. 1903; Mrs. E.
Pryor, A. L. S., 1911; Agnes Eepplier, A. L. S. 1897; Jacob
Eiis, A. L. S. 1902; Kate Sanborn, A. L. S.; Clinton Scollard,
A. L. S. 1888; Charles M. Sheldon, L. S. 1903; Frank Dempster
Sherman, AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT "The House of Dreams," 1
page, 12mo, signed; Wm. M. Sloane, A. L. S. 1904; F. Hop-
kinson Smith, A. L. S., n. d.; A. W. Smyth, A. L. S 1905; F.
J. Stimson, L. S. 1893; Van Tassel Sutphen, A. L. S.; John
B. Tabb, AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT, 1 page, 16mo; John Boyd
Thacher, A. L. S.; Edith M. Thomas, A. L. S. 1884; Maurice
Thompson, last page of a typewritten manuscript, with signa-
ture; Henry Van Dyke, A. L. S. 1907; Barrett Wendell, A. L.
S. 1899; Kate Douglas Wiggins, A. N. S.; Ella Wheeler
Wilcox, A. L. S. 1887; Jesse L. Williams, A. L. S. 1910;
Woodrow Wilson (President), L. 8. Nov. 9, 1903, offering
to do something for a student of Princeton; William Winter,
A. L. 8., n. d.; John 8. Wise, A. L. S. 1905; Geo. E. Wood-
berry, A. L. S. 1891; John A. Wyeth, L. S. 1906.
19. AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY. Life of Aaron Burr
(Parton), 2 vols. Bost. 1872; Life of Charles Carroll of Car-
rollton (Rowland), 2 vols. N. Y. 1898; Life and Letters of
Joel Barlow (Todd), N. Y. 1886. Together 5 vols. 8vo and
20. AMERICAN BOOKBINDINGS. American Bookbind-
ings in the Library of Henry William Poor. Described by
Henri Pene du Bois. Numerous illustrations of fine bindings,
colored and heightened in gold. 8vo, cloth, uncut.
* Imperial Japan Paper Edition, numbered and signed, and
of which only 35 copies were printed. Presentation copy from
H. W. Poor.
21. AMERICAN COLONIAL TRACTS Monthly. Vols. 1
and 2. 8vo, cloth. Rochester, 1897-8
22. AMERICAN HISTORICAL REGISTER, and Month-
ly Gazette of the Patriotic-Hereditary Societies of the United
States. Edited by Charles H. Browning. Vols. I-III. Illus-
trated. 3 vols. 8vo, cloth. Phila. 1895-6
23. AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW (The). Edited
by J. Franklin Jameson. Maps. Vols. 1-8. 8 vols. royal 8vo,
cloth. N. Y. 1896-99
24. AMERICAN HISTORIC TOWNS. Historic Towns of
the Southern States. N. Y. 1900; Historic Towns of New
England. N. Y. 1898 ; Historic Towns of the Western States.
N. Y. 1900 ; Historic Towns of the Middle States. N. Y. 1899 ;
Edited by Lyman P. Powell. Illustrations. Together 4 vols.
25. AMERICAN HUMOUR. The Sparrowgrass Papers
(Cozzens), N. Y. 1856; Leffith Lank; or, Lunacy (Webb),
A. L. S. of author inserted. N. Y., n. d. ; History and Records
of the Elephant Club (Ockside), N. Y. 1856; and others.
Together 7 vols. 12mo, cloth.
26. AMERICAN POLITICS (Cooper), Chicago, 1884;
American Statesman Political History (Young), N. Y. 1855;
Democracy in America (De Tocqueville), N. Y. 1851; Essays
in the Constitution History of the United States. Bost. 1889.
Together 4 vols. 8vo, cloth.
27. AMERICAN POLITICS (Johnston), Presentation
copy from the author. N. Y. 1886 ; Parliament : its Romance,
its Comedy, its Pathos (MacDonagh), Westminster, n. d.
Waterloo (Hooper), Lond. 1890; and others. 7 vols. 8vo and
28. AMERICAN PORTRAIT GALLERY of Eminent and
Distinguished American Statesmen and Generals; being a
series of Proof engravings mostly taken at the time of Life
when their reputations were made, by the best artists of the
day. 34 portraits and 2 plates, all an India paper. Large
folio, half morocco. N. Y. : Virtue & Yorston, n. d.
* One of 100 copies printed.
29. AMERICAN REGISTER, The American Register, or
General Repository of History, Politics and Science. Vols. 5
and 6. 2 vols. 8vo, half roan, uncut (one vol. cracked at
hinge). Phila. 1809-10
30. AMERICAN REVOLUTION. An Answer to that
Part of the Narrative of Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Clin-
ton, which relates to the Conduct of Earl Cornwallis during
the Campaign in North America in the Year 1781. FIRST
EDITION. Lond. 1783. Also: The Narrative of Sir Henry
Clinton relative to his Conduct during part of his Command
in North America. Fifth Edition. Lond. 1783. 2 vols. in 1,
Svo, polished calf, gilt, gilt edges. Lond. 1783
* With 2 portraits inserted.
31. AMERICAN REVOLUTION. Men and Times of The
Revolution; or, Memoirs of Elkanah Watson. Edited by
Winslow C. Watson. FIRST EDITION. 8vo, cloth. N. Y. 1856
32. AMERICAN REVOLUTION. Minutes of a Conspir-
acy against the Liberties of America. 4to, half blue morocco,
gilt top, uncut. Phila. 1865
* One of 75 copies printed in 4to.