HANDSOME WOODROW WILSON SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH — 1922
WILSON, (THOMAS) WOODROW. (1856-1924). Twenty-eighth President of the United States (1913-21). A wonderful Photograph Boldly Signed, “Sincerely Yours, / Woodrow Wilson /1922”, on the lower photographer’s mount, under his image.
RICHARD NIXON — A SCARCE SIGNED SPEECH — INTRODUCING BARRY GOLDWATER
NIXON, RICHARD (1913-1994). 37th President of the United States and 36th Vice President of the United States. His printed speech, in the form of a booklet, entitled: “A Call to Victory, Address by HON. RICHARD M. NIXON introducing Republican Presidential Nominee BARRY GOLDWATER at the Republican National Convention SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. July 16, 1964”. Inscribed and Signed, “Best Wishes to / John Fleming/ from / Richard Nixon.” Eight pages, tall narrow octavo.
ATTRACTIVE SIGNED QUARTO PHOTOGRAPH OF FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. (1882-1945). President of the United States. Attractive Quarto Photograph Signed, “Franklin D. Roosevelt”, (probably as President) to the right of his image. He is depicted in a full-face, bust pose, gazing benevolently at the viewer. Very fine condition.
JAMES MADISON – FINE EXAMPLE OF HIS FRANKING SIGNATURE, AS SECRETARY OF STATE
MADISON, JAMES. (1751-1836). Fourth President of the United States; Signer of U.S. Constitution, and it’s framer. Free Franked Address Leaf Signed, “James Madison” as Secretary of State, and noted as coming from the “Department of State”.
PRESIDENT HERBERT HOOVER CHRONICLES FRANCO-AMERICAN FRIENDSHIP FROM LAFAYETTE’S ROLE IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION TO AMERICA’S ASSISTANCE OF FRANCE DURING THE GREAT WAR
HOOVER, HERBERT. (1874-1964). President. Remarkable Typed Statement Signed, “Herbert Hoover,” as President, on imprinted White House stationary. One page, quarto. Washington, August 13, 1932.
RARELY SEEN LETTER FROM THEODORE ROOSEVELT — IN HIS CAPACITY AS N.Y.C POLICE COMMISSIONER
ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. (1858-1919). Twenty-sixth President of the United States (1901-9). Uncommon Typed Letter Signed, “Theodore Roosevelt”, on crested and imprinted Police Department, City of New York, President’s Office letterhead. One page, quarto. New York, June 28, 1895.
McKINLEY RELATES THE PRESSURES ON HIM FOR POLITICAL APPOINTMENTS
McKINLEY, WILLIAM. (1843-1901). Twenty-fifth President of the United States (1897-1901). Good, lengthy political Autograph Letter Signed, ‘”Wm. McKinley, Jr.’, on imprinted House of Representatives letterhead. Four full pages, quarto. Washington, D.C., April 11, 1882. Very fine condition.