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Historic Autograph Letters, Manuscripts & Documents

Important Signed & Inscribed Books and Photographs

PRESIDENTS

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GEORGE BUSH ON THE MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR ASTRONAUT ED WHITE   —  THE 1ST AMERICAN TO WALK IN SPACE WHO WAS KILLED IN THE TRAGIC APOLLO 1 FIRE

BUSH, GEORGE HERBERT WALKER.  (1924- 2018).  Forty-first President of the United States (1989-93).  Typed Letter Signed, “George Bush”, on his name imprinted Congress of the United States House of Representatives letterhead.  One page,  quarto.  “Washington, D.C.”, March 11, 1969.

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JAMES MONROE – SIGNED LAND GRANT TO THE HEIRS OF A SOLDIER WHO SERVED IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

MONROE, JAMES.  (1758-1831).  Fifth President of the United States. Partially-printed Document Signed, “James Monroe,” as President. One page, folio, vellum. Washington. May 21, 1821.  Countersigned by Josiah Meigs, as Commissioner of the General Land Office. 

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JOHN ADAMS’ HIGH PRAISE FOR WEST POINT —

“I HAVE…THE HIGHEST ESTEEM FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT AT WEST POINT,  FOR ITS OFFICERS AND THE YOUNG GENTLEMEN THE CADETS”

ADAMS, JOHN.  (1735-1826).  Second President of the United States (1797-1801).  Good Manuscript Letter Signed, “John Adams”.  One full page, quarto.  Boston, August 8, 1821. 

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MINT COPY OF GERALD R. FORD’S MINIATURE BOOK:   GLOBAL STABILITY

FORD, GERALD R(UDOLPH).  (1913-2006).  Thirty-eighth President of the United States (1974-7); the only President elected neither President nor Vice President to hold those offices. His miniature book:  Global Stability: An Address by Gerald R. Ford Via International Quebec September 8, 1980.

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SCARCE STATE OF OHIO INDEBTEDNESS BOND  —  SIGNED BY WILLIAM MCKINLEY

MCKINLEY, WILLIAM.  (1843-1901).  Twenty-fifth President of the United States (assassinated); Governor of Ohio; Congressman.  Partially Printed (red and blue inks) Document Signed, “Wm McKinley,” as Governor of Ohio.  One page, oblong large folio. Columbus, Ohio. May 12, 1894. 

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GENERAL GRANT DEFINES THE CONSTRAINTS OF THE ‘MILITARY SAFEGUARD’ OF PROPERTY  — DURING THE PERIOD OF RECONSTRUCTION

GRANT, ULYSSES S(IMPSON).  (1822-85).  Eighteenth President of the United States (1869-77); celebrated Union General in America’s Civil War.    Good Manuscript Letter boldly Signed, “U.S. Grant, General”, on imprinted Head Quarters Armies of the United States letterhead.  Two pages, quarto.  Washington, D.C., May 29, 1867. 

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JEFFERSON DAVIS —  SCARCE ALS WRITTEN WHILE STILL UNDER INDICTMENT FOR TREASON, UNTIL ANDREW JOHNSON ISSUED, JUST 7 WEEKS LATER, ON CHRISTMAS DAY OF 1868   — A PRESIDENTIAL “PARDON AND AMNESTY” FOR THE OFFENSE OF TREASON TO “EVERY PERSON WHO DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY PARTICIPATED IN THE LATE INSURRECTION OR REBELLION”.

DAVIS, JEFFERSON.  (1808-1889).  First and only President of the Confederate States of America (1861-1865).  Uncommon Autograph Letter Signed twice; “Jefferson Davis” and “J.D.”, while still under indictment for treason in the US.    Four pages, octavo.  “Sunday evening”, [England], November 1, 1868.  To “James Spence Esq., Abercromby Square, Liverpool”.

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