Omaha Indians Nebraska Baltimore Maryland Inventor Bottle Coin Railway Photograp
Painter, Orrin Chalfant.
WILLIAM PAINTER AND HIS FATHER DR. EDWARD PAINTER SKETCHES AND
Baltimore: The Arundel Press, John S. Bridges & Co.,
1914. (First Edition). 12-1/4 Inches. Hardback. Signed by Author. Good +
152,(1) pages. Illustrated. Portrait frontispiece. Cloth. Original gilt stamped
cover. Extremities bumped, binding slightly soiled. Separation between the
frontispiece and title page.
INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. Overall Very Good
Maryland native William Painter held 85 Patents between 1858 &
1908, including: Railroad Car Seat and Couch; Counterfeit Coin Detector; Lamp
Burner; Seed Sower; Oscillating Pumps; Marking Plug Tobacco; Automatic Telephone
Signal; Bottle Stopper Fastener; Electric Railway; Bottling Machine; Tool for
forming Necks for Bottles; Machine for Applying Corks and Seals to Bottles; ..Crowns
.. .. - - -
Numerous photographs of Baltimore sites, family portraits, and
several photographs of the Omaha Indians, from Emilie Painter Jackson's three
years with the tribe.
Includes an account of Emilie Painter Jackson's sojourn among the
Omaha Indians and a chapter on Orrin Painter's visit to the Omaha Indian Agency
Emilie was the wife of artist and photographer William H. Jackson.
Wright Howes # P36. $250.00