"You might seek out some letters that Huntington wrote, and/or Sarah, to see if their handwriting is similar to that shown.
It could be that somebody else, a family member, put the inscriptions on them to ensure their record for posterity.
"Sorry for the typo. Kirk should read like. I did check out the name. Looks like he was a collector of Americana. Mostly all etchings or engravings were found with this and an old 1860's herbarium piece. Would they have been his property? Maybe…"
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"To me it looks like:
Ms. Sarah Huntington
from her affectionate brother
I don't understand the connection between the note and the Last Supper print...what else do you have that is from him? Who is Kirk? "
"The Mystical Seven and the Temple of the Star.
William Henry Huntington was an American journalist, born at Norwich, Conn. He attended Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, and there became a member of the Mystical Seven."