Other highlights of the Historical sale include:
* the archive of more than 300 handwritten hotel room registration receipts, inventory of phone calls, and meals eaten from the Hotel Albert in Selma, Alabama, during the fight for civil rights, November 1964 through June 1966 - this includes Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's handwritten receipt from one of those turning points:, January 18, 1965, when he was attacked while checking into the hotel
* numerous documents signed and written by President Abraham Lincoln, including an autograph album he signed during a New Year's Day reception at the White House on January, 1, 1863
* the earliest example of an assassination reward broadside, a $30,000 reward for the capture of John Wilkes Booth for Lincoln's assassination at Ford's Theater in Washington, D.C., on April 14, 1865. Later broadsides, among them one in this very auction, would increase this reward to $50,000.
* a three-page missive written by Ringo Starr to friend Doreen Walker in which the former Richard Starkey announces he has joined the Beatles after receiving a phone call
* the Dune Bible, a luxuriously giant tome with 268 monochrome photographic reproduction plates and 11 color plates created to sell a vision of a Dune movie to be directed in the early 1970s by Alejandro Jodorowsky which never came to fruition. There are only four known copies of this book which features the film's storyboard with dialogue, captions, stage directions and complete character studies and depictions of the sets and vehicles.
* Sigmund Freud's handwritten manuscript for his seminal Dreams in Folklore on which he collaborated with Professor David Oppenheim, a classical mythology and literature student who discussed folklore in terms of Freud's psychoanalysis