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Monday, June 07, 2010

Auctioning Lincoln History

This blog has a number of times covered auction technologies. This resulted from a number of studies of auction processes inside the enterprise. Recently I have had some conversations with the impressive local Cowan's Auctions on semantic taxonomies. I am also very interested in American History. This Friday, June 11, the commitment papers of Mary Todd Lincoln will be auctioned at Cowans. You can attend the auction in Cincinnati, or participate online or by phone. An article on the history of this item here. Open to the public. Along with a broad variety of fascinating other American History items. To see the richly detailed catalog of this auction, go to the Cowans site and click on the current auction catalog. The Mary Todd Lincoln papers are in lot #296. You can also register there for updates, or to bid online. The site also contains a database of thousands of items sold.

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