EXCEEDINGLY–RARE SIGNED THEODORE ROOSEVELT “MINATURE” BOOK
ROOSEVELT, THEODORE (1858-1919) 26th President of the United States; assumed the Presidency on the assassination of William McKinley. Byron Andrews’ book entitled: Facts About the Candidate. [Theodore Roosevelt]. Chicago: Sam Stone, publishers. 1904. Boldly Signed on the half title page: “Theodore Roosevelt”, probably as President. A miniature illustrated campaign biography of TR, designed for the U.S. Presidential Election of 1904.
CHURCHILL’S SPECIALLY BOUND COPY OF ‘THE END OF THE BEGINNING’
SIGNED BY HIM — AS WAR-TIME PRIME MINSTER — IN 1944
CHURCHILL, SIR WINSTON S. (1874-1965). British statesman and author; served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945, during the Second World War, and again from 1951 to 1955. His book: The End of the Beginning, ‘War Speeches by the Right Hon[orable] Winston S. Churchill, C.H., M.P. – Compiled by Charles Eade’. 1943, Cassell and Company Ltd., London. First edition. Boldly Signed on front free endpaper: “Winston S. Churchill / 1944”, as Prime Minister.
A LAW BOOK FROM THOMAS JEFFERSON’S LIBRARY WITH HIS CLASSIC BOOK OWNERSHIP SIGNATURE — PURCHASED BY HIM IN 1775 FROM PEYTON RANDOLPH’S ESTATE AND ALMOST CERTAINLY REVIEWED BY HIM DURING HIS WRITING OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
JEFFERSON, THOMAS. (1743-1826). Third President of the United States (1801-1809) and author of the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Jefferson’s copy of Sir John Davies’”Le Premier Report des Cases & Matters en Ley resolves adiudges en les Cours del Roy en Ireland, DUBLIN, Printed by John Franckton Printer to the Kings most excellent Maiestie. Anno.1615.” The first book on Irish case law.
MINT COPY OF GERALD R. FORD’S MINIATURE BOOK: GLOBAL STABILITY
FORD, GERALD R(UDOLPH). (1913-2006). Thirty-eighth President of the United States (1974-7); the only President elected neither President nor Vice President to hold those offices. His miniature book: Global Stability: An Address by Gerald R. Ford Via International Quebec September 8, 1980.
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.
RARE OFFPRINT PAMPHLET SIGNED BY PAVLOV
PAVLOV, IVAN. (1849–1936). Russian physiologist, psychologist, and physician; best known for his investigation of conditioned reflex through the use of experiments involving salivating dogs. Exceedingly rare, Original German offprint of Pavlov’s article titled: “Die normale Tatigkeit und allgemine Konstitution ser Grosshirnrinde [The normal Activity and General Constitution of the Cerebral Hemispheres]. Skandin Archive of Physiology, 1923. Vol XLIV, Walter de Gruyter & Co, Berlin and Leipzig. Approx 6 x 9 inches, octavo. 10 pages. Boldly Signed by Pavlov, on the upper right corner “Vom Verfasser” [from/by the author].