THEODORE ROOSEVELT’S ADDRESS ON THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF
ABRAHAM LINCOLN — BOLDLY INSCRIBED TO THE HEAD DOORKEEPER OF THE WHITE HOUSE, MAJOR CHARLES LOEFFLER
ROOSEVELT, THEODORE (1858-1919). President of the United States. Exceptionally scarce printed booklet by the Government Printing Office entitled: Address of President Roosevelt on the occasion of the Celebration of the Hundreth Anniversary of the Birth of Abraham Lincoln – Hodgenville, Ky. February 12, 1909, boldly inscribed by TR, as President.
ANDREW JACKSON — BOLDLY SIGNED LAND GRANT, AS PRESIDENT
JACKSON, ANDREW. (1767-1845) 7th President of the United States. Partially-Printed Document Signed, “Andrew Jackson,” as President. One page, vellum, oblong folio. Washington, December 1, 1830. With paper wafer seal of the General Land Office affixed.
A VERY RARE NAVAL APPOINTMENT SIGNED BY JOHN ADAMS, AS PRESIDENT
JOHN ADAMS. (1735-1826) Second President of the United States (1797-1801), first Vice President (1789-1797), and one of the leading Founding Fathers of the United States. Uncommon Partially-printed Document Signed, “John Adams,” as President of the United States. One full page, vellum, oblong folio. Philadelphia, December 2, 1799.
MARTIN VAN BUREN, AS SECRETARY OF STATE: “SHE IS THE ONLY PERSON I HAVE EVER STAID [SIC] WITH IN WASHINGTON WHO HAS A CONSCIENTIOUS REGARD FOR YOUR HORSE”
MARTIN VAN BUREN. (1782-1862) Eighth President of the United States; Vice President under Andrew Jackson, Secretary of State, Senator, Governor. Interesting and enlightening, Autograph Letter Signed “M. Van. Buren” as Secretary of State. October 25th, 1929. To Charles E. Dudley, his gubernatorial successor. 2 1/2 pages, quarto.
FILLMORE SEEKS A MIDSHIPSMAN APPPOINTMENT BY WRITING ABEL P. UPSHUR, SECRETARY OF THE NAVY
FILLMORE, MILLARD. (1800-74). Thirteenth President of the United States. Attractive, boldly penned Autograph Letter Signed, “Millard Fillmore”, as Congressman. One full page, quarto. “House of Rep[resentatives]” [Washington, D.C.]. June 4, 1842. To ABEL P. UPSHUR, Secretary of the Navy.
BUCHANAN – AN ATTRACTIVE ALS AS SECRETARY OF STATE — “I OWE YOU A LARGE DEBT OF GRATITUDE FOR YOUR VALUED FRIENDSHIP, IN THE STORM AS WELL AS THE SUNSHINE”
BUCHANAN, JAMES (1791-1868) 15th President of the United States. Good Autograph Letter Signed “James Buchanan”, as Secretary of State under President Polk. One full page, quarto. “Washington. August 17, 1848”.
WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON SENDS WHISKEY TO A BARGE CREW
HARRISON, WILLIAM HENRY (1773-1841). 9th President of the United States. Choice Manuscript Document boldly Signed, “Wm. H. Harrison, A[ide] D[e] C[camp]”, and also endorsed / signed by him on the verso: “W.H. Harrison”. One page, oblong octavo. “Greenville, July 7, 1794”.