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Important Signed & Inscribed Books and Photographs

PRESIDENTS

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PRESIDENT COOLIDGE WRITES OF HIS UPCOMING VACATION PLANS IN THE BLACK HILLS OF SOUTH DAKOTA, TO A SUPPORTER WITH FASCIST IDEALS.

COOLIDGE, (JOHN) CALVIN.  (1872-1933).  Thirtieth President of the United States (1923-9).  Typed Letter boldly Signed, “Calvin Coolidge”, as President, on pale green imprinted: The White House stationery.  One full page, quarto.  Washington, D.C., June 3, 1927.  Very fine condition.

$750.00
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JOHN ADAMS ACKNOWLEDGES RECEIPT OF $100 FROM HIS CHIEF STEWARD

ADAMS, JOHN.  (1735-1826).  Second President of the United States (1797-1801); Signer of Declaration of Independence.  Exceptionally choice Autograph Document Signed, “J. Adams”, being a receipt for monies received from his chief steward.  One page, oblong narrow octavo. 

$11,500.00
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VICE-PRESIDENT ELECT, CHESTER A. ARTHUR DECLINES AN INVITATION

ARTHUR, CHESTER ALAN.  (1829-86).  Twenty-first President of the United States (1881-5), who gained the presidency when President James A. Garfield (1881) was assassinated.  Autograph Letter Signed, “C.A. Arthur”, on his blind-embossed, crested, monogrammed, black-bordered mourning stationery, as Vice-President elect.  Two fairly full separate pages, octavo.  “123 Lex[ington] Ave., N. York”, February 8, 1881.

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A YEAR OUT OF THE PRESIDENCY, GROVER CLEVELAND, ATHOUGH TANTALIZED BY THE IDEA, ASTUTELY RECOGNIZES HIS LIMITATIONS FOR ADDING HIS EFFORTS TO HARPER’S MAGAZINE

CLEVELAND, GROVER. (1837-1908). Twenty-second and twenty-fourth President of the United States (1885-9, 1893-7). Autograph Letter Signed, ”Grover Cleveland”, on his imprinted Westland, Princeton stationery. Two pages, octavo. New Jersey, April 13, 1898.

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HERBERT HOOVER, AS COMMERCE SECRETARY,  TO THE SATURDAY EVENING POST EDITOR ON INHERITANCE TAXES AND THE AFTERMATH OF WORLD WAR I, AND THE ABILITY OF GERMANY TO FEED ITSELF

HOOVER, HERBERT. (1874-1964). Thirty-first President of the United States (1929-33). Typed Letter Signed “Herbert Hoover” as Commerce Secretary on Department of Commerce, Office of the Secretary imprinted stationary. One full page, quarto.  January 14, 1924.  

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TEDDY ROOSEVELT’S: THE NEW NATIONALISM  ~~  BOLDLY INSCRIBED TO THE NOTED BIBLIOPHILE JAMES CARLTON YOUNG, AND ONCE BELONGING TO THE FAMED DOHNEY COLLECTION

ROOSEVELT, THEODORE.  (1858-1919) 26th President of the United States; Vice President under McKinley; Colonel of the Rough Riders at the Battle of San Juan Hill; recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.  His book: The New Nationalism.  Original vibrant red cloth covers with gold imprinted cover and spine lettering; top edge gilt.  New York, NY, 1911. 

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ATTRACTIVE WAR OF 1812 JAMES MONROE FREE FRANK, WITH MILITARY ORDERS NOTATION ABOUT THE RULES FOR THE GRANTING OF COMMISSIONS TO PRIVATEERS

MONROE, JAMES. (1758-1831). Fifth President of the United States. Autograph Document Signed, ”Jas’ Monroe”, as Secretary of State under James Madison. On folded cover, January 21, 1814. Addressed to ”The Collector of the Customs, Marblehead, Mass.”

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