White Star Line button from one of two barbers on the Titanic (and a survivor) will be auctioned Dec. 18 by – EIN News

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Button from Titanic barber (and survivor) Charles Weikman, whose daughter gave the button to one of her high school teachers in Palmyra, N.J., a button collector; a note from her is attached.
Photo taken in April 1928 showing Admiral Byrd, holding a package of anti-pneumonia serum, flanked by aviation pioneer Charles Lindbergh, after the two landed in Canada from New York.
FBI poster relating to the 1932 kidnapping of the Lindbergh baby, listing all the serial numbers of the bills.
Government certificate awarded Dr. Frederick White, who worked on The Manhattan Project, which produced the atomic bomb ending World War II, plus a lapel badge and ephemera.
American colonial Rev War-era cannon, circa 1740-1780.
Also offered will be a trove of items pertaining to the renowned American naval officer, aviator and polar explorer Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd (1888-1957).
Ray Zyla
Mohawk Arms, Inc.
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