GENERAL U.S. GRANT SALUTES CYRUS W. FIELD ON THE ACCOMPLISHMENT OF THE SUCCESSFUL LAYING OF THE ATLANTIC CABLE
GRANT, ULYSSESS S. (1822-1885). Union General in the Civil War and President of the United States. Choice Autograph Letter Signed, as General, on Head Quarters Armies of the United States stationery. One full page, 4to. Washington, D.C., November 8, 1866.
A STUNNING F.D.R. ITEM OF THE HIGHEST PHILATELIC INTEREST!
ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D. (1882-1945). Thirty-second President of the United States (1933-45). Unusual Postal Envelope signed “Franklin D. Roosevelt”, as President, on the return address portion of a red, white, and blue bordered, stamped envelope.
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.
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.
F.D.R. TO THE WIDOW OF THE MAN WHO SERVED AS HIS POSTAL INSPECTOR FROM 1933 TO 1938, ON HIS PASSING: ‘MY HEART GOES OUT TO YOU’
ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN DELANO. (1882-1945). Thirty-second President of the United States (1933-45). Typed Letter Signed, “Franklin D. Roosevelt”, as President, on imprinted pale green The White House stationery. One page, small quarto. Washington, D.C., December 16, 1938. Excellent condition.
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.
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.