ZACHARY TAYLOR WRITES FROM TAMPA BAY ABOUT HIS DEALINGS WITH THE WINNEBAGO INDIANS
TAYLOR, ZACHARY. (1784-1850). Twelfth President of the United States (1849-1850). Scarce Autograph Letter Signed, “Z. Taylor”. One full page, quarto. “Fort Brooke, Tampa Bay, West Florida”, August 31, 1838.
RARE ALS FROM ANNA HARRISON WITH GOOD BIOGRAPHICAL CONTENT
HARRISON, ANNA. (1775-1864). First Lady; wife of President William Henry Harrison and grandmother of President Benjamin Harrison; was nominally First Lady of the United States during her husband’s one-month term in 1841, but she never entered the White House. Rare Autograph Letter Signed, “A. Harrison.” Two very full pages, quarto. North Bend, September 8, 1843.
CALVIN COOLIDGE TO NOTED BANKER AND PHILANTHROPIST — ADOLPH LEWISOHN
COOLIDGE, CALVIN. (1872-1933). Thirtieth President of the United States (1923-9). Typed Letter Signed, “Calvin Coolidge,” on his name-imprinted stationery. One page, quarto. Plymouth, Vermont, August 25, 1931.
JAMES BUCHANAN ALS, WRITTEN WHILE SECRETARY OF STATE UNDER POLK
BUCHANAN, JAMES. (1791-1868) 15th President of the United States. Autograph Letter Signed “James Buchanan”, while Secretary of State under James K. Polk. One full page, octavo. March 3, 1846.
CHIEF JUSTICE, WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT COMMENDS A KENTUCKY JUDGE
TAFT, WILLIAM HOWARD. (1857-1930). Twenty-seventh President of the United States and tenth Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States (1921-30). Good and revealing Typed Letter Signed, “Wm. H. Taft”, as Chief Justice, on imprinted SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES stationery. Two full conjoined pages, octavo. Washington, D.C., January 11, 1927.
PRESIDENT JOHN TYLER ORDERS THE APPOINTMENT OF A POLITICAL CRONIE TO A VACANT POSITION AT THE POST OFFICE
TYLER, JOHN. (1790-1862). Tenth President of the United States (1841-5). Autograph Letter Signed, “J. Tyler”, as President [from content of the letter], on black-bordered mourning stationery, out of respect for the death of William Henry Harrison. One full page, octavo. No place [Washington, D.C.] , October 12, no year [But circa 1841-42].
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS PENS A RECOMMENDATION FOR A SOUTH CAROLINIAN TRAVELING TO LONDON
ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. (1767-1848). Sixth President of the United States (1825-9). Attractive, neatly penned Autograph Letter Signed, “John Quincy Adams”. One page, quarto. Washington, D.C., June 6, 1836. Very fine condition. To “Col. Thomas Aspinwall, Consul of the United States, London”.