GROVER CLEVELAND WRITES A LONG LETTER TO PAUL MORTON, “A GOLD DEMOCRAT’ — THE SON OF HIS SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE AND THE COUSIN OF VICE PRESIDENT, LEVI P. MORTON
CLEVELAND, GROVER (1837-1908) 22nd and 24th President of the United States. Intriguing Autograph Letter Signed, “Grover Cleveland.” Four very full pages, octavo.
ORNATE CERTIFICATE OF MEMBERSHIP FOR THE BUILDING OF THE WASHINGTON NATIONAL MONUMENT
WASHINGTON MONUMENT. [TAYLOR, ZACHARY (1784-1850) 12th President of the United States]. An ornate, printed Washington National Monument Society certificate bearing Taylor’s printed signature “Z. Taylor”, President. One page, 8 ½ x 10 ¼ inches. No date, but circa 1849.
LIEUTENANT COLONEL ZACHARY TAYLOR ACKNOWLEDGES ORDERS FOR HIM TO TAKE PART IN A COURT MARTIAL TO BE HELD IN CINCINNATI, OHIO
TAYLOR, ZACHARY. (1784-1850). Twelfth President of the United States (1849-1850); General on the American frontier and Mexican War hero; died in office after serving only 16 months. Intriguing content, boldly written, early, Autograph Letter Signed, “Z. Taylor, Lt. Col. 1st Regiment U.S. Infantry”. Full page, quarto. ‘Louisville, Kentucky, 10th of May 1826’.
WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON AT FORT WASHINGTON
HARRISON, WILLIAM HENRY. (1773-18441). Ninth President of the United States. Attractive Manuscript Document Signed, “Wm. H. Harrison / Asst. Qtr. Master”. One page, oblong octavo. Fort Washington, October 10, 1797.
RUTHERFORD B. HAYES TO U.S. GRANT ~~ SEEKING A REPRIEVE FOR A POLICEMAN ACCUSED OF MURDER IN UTAH
HAYES, RUTHERFORD B. (1822-93). Nineteenth President of the United States (1877-81); Brevet major general in Civil War, wounded five times, most seriously at the Battle of South Mountain in 1862. Intriguing Autograph Letter Signed, “R.B. Hayes”, as Governor of Ohio, on illustrated and imprinted The State of Ohio, Executive Department letterhead. One full page, small quarto. Columbus, June 17, 1869. Very fine condition. “To the President [Ulysses S. Grant]”.
ANDREW JOHNSON IMPEACHMENT TRIAL TICKET — WITH THE ORGINAL STUB STILL ATTACHED
JOHNSON, ANDREW. (1808-1875). Seventeenth President of the United States; Governor of Tennessee; first president to face an impeachment trial. A light rose color/purple imprinted Impeachment trial ticket for May 18, 1868, with the original stub still attached.
PRESIDENT HAYES USES AN EXECUTIVE MANSION CARD FOR AN INQUIRY ON WHAT MAY HAVE BEEN HIS GETTING ADDITIONAL INPUT FOR AN ADDRESS TO CONGRESS
HAYES, RUTHERFORD B. (1882-1893) 19th President of the United States. Scarce Autograph Note Signed, “R.B.H.,” as President, on an imprinted 16 mo Executive Mansion. / Washington note card. [4 ¼ x 2 ½ inches]. Washington, D.C.