MILLARD FILLMORE EXPRESSING A DEPTH OF PERSONAL REFLECTION TO THE WIDOW CARROLL IN HER LONELINESS: “I NOW TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN SENDING… [PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE FILLMORE FAMILY, NOTING THE ONE] OF MY DEAR DAUGHTER, [MARY ABIGAIL] TAKEN FROM A PAINTING SINCE HER DEATH.”
FILLMORE, MILLARD. (1800-74). Thirteenth President of the United States. Revealing Autograph Letter Signed, “Millard Fillmore”. Two full pages, octavo. Buffalo, Sept. 8, 1864.
COLONEL THEODORE ROOSEVELT — DISCHARGES THE “CHIEF TRUMPETER” OF THE ROUGH RIDERS
ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. (1858-1919) 26th President of the United States; Vice President under McKinley; Colonel of the Rough Riders at the Battle of San Juan Hill; recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. Exceedingly-scarce partly-printed Document Signed, twice. Once as “T. Roosevelt / Col. 1st U.S.V. cavalry [commanding] Rg 1”, and “T. Roosevelt” Col/ U.S.V.C. Two full separate pages, quarto. ‘Camp Wikoff, Montauk Point, New York. September 15, 1898’.
VAN BUREN INTRODUCES HIS SUCCESSOR
VAN BUREN, MARTIN. (1782-1862) Eighth President of the United States; Vice President under Andrew Jackson; Secretary of State; Senator; Governor. Autograph Letter Signed “M. V. Buren”, as Governor of New York. “Albany, January 17th., 1829”.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT ON RACE RELATIONS: “I HAVE APPOINTED A LARGER PERCENTAGE OF COLORED MEN THAN ANY OTHER PRESIDENT.”
ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. (1858-1919). 26th President (1901-1909), and first American to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize (1906). Exceptional Typed Letter Signed “Theodore Roosevelt,” as President, on imprinted The White House /Washington stationary. One full page, quarto.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN — CIVIL WAR DATED AUTOGRAPH ENDORSEMENT SIGNED, WITH AN ADDITIONAL ENDORSEMENT BY GENERAL LEW WALLACE, THE AUTHOR OF BEN HUR
LINCOLN, ABRAHAM (1809-1865) President of the United States. Good Civil War dated, Autograph Endorsement Signed, “A. Lincoln,” as President. One page, large octavo. No place. [Washington] May 26, 1864.
FORMER FIRST LADY, LADY BIRD JOHNSON, THANKS HER CORRESPONDENT FOR HIS CONTIRBUTION TO THE NATIONAL WILDFLOWER RESEARCH CENTER — A CAUSE WHICH SHE CHAMPIONED
JOHNSON, CLAUDIA “LADY BIRD” (1912-2007) First Lady of the United States. Typed Letter Signed, “Lady Bird Johnson,” on her illustrated LBJ Ranch Stonewall, Texas stationery. One page, quarto. Stonewall, Texas. “June 13, 1984.”
THEODORE ROOSEVELT — STATES HIS POSITION ON THE FIRST WORLD WAR, SHOULD BE CLEAR FROM HIS RECENT ARTICLES AND HIS BOOKS
ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. (1858-1919). Historian, naturalist, 26th President (1901-1909), and first American to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize (1906). Good Typed Letter Signed, “T. Roosevelt,” on Metropolitan, The Livest Magazine in America, 432 Fourth Avenue, New York, Office of Theodore Roosevelt letterhead. One page, quarto. January 31, 1917. To “Mr. J.E. Jenks, 511 -11th Street, Washington, D.C.”