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JAMES MONROE – SIGNED LAND GRANT TO THE HEIRS OF A SOLDIER WHO SERVED IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

MONROE, JAMES.  (1758-1831).  Fifth President of the United States. Partially-printed Document Signed, “James Monroe,” as President. One page, folio, vellum. Washington. May 21, 1821.  Countersigned by Josiah Meigs, as Commissioner of the General Land Office. 

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SCARCE STATE OF OHIO INDEBTEDNESS BOND  —  SIGNED BY WILLIAM MCKINLEY

MCKINLEY, WILLIAM.  (1843-1901).  Twenty-fifth President of the United States (assassinated); Governor of Ohio; Congressman.  Partially Printed (red and blue inks) Document Signed, “Wm McKinley,” as Governor of Ohio.  One page, oblong large folio. Columbus, Ohio. May 12, 1894. 

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WARREN G. HARDING –  DOCUMENT SIGNED TWICE BY HIM 

HARDING, WARREN G. (1865-1923) 29th President of the United States. Partially Printed Document Signed as owner and editor of The Marion Star. One page, oblong octavo.  Marion County [Ohio]. June 27, 1896. 

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ALEXANDER HAMILTON — HIS BOLD FREE-FRANKING SIGNATURE ON A TREASURY LETTER ADDRESSED TO CHARLES LEE

HAMILTON, ALEXANDER (1755-1804) U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, Founding Father, political philosopher and economist. His Free-Franking Signature, “A. Hamilton,” on an integral address leaf of a Treasury Letter, addressed to “Charles Lee Esquire, Collector at Alexandria.” With straight “New York Sept 25,” and “Free” cancellations.

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SAMUEL ADAMS TO CITIZEN DANNERY,  CONSUL OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC IN BOSTON — 1793  — SEEKING TO CLARIFY A POINT IN A TREATY

ADAMS, SAMUEL.  (1722-1803).   American statesman and patriot, one of the founding Father’s of the United States.      Choice Manuscript Letter fragment Signed, “Saml. Adams”, as Governor of Massachusetts.  One page, quarto.  No place [Boston]. [November 27, 1793].   

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VOLTAIRE  —  IN 1774  — CERTIFYING THE OWNERSHIP OF A SURGEON’S SURGERY

VOLTAIRE  — nom de plume of:   FRANCOIS-MARIE AROUET. (1694-1778)   French essayist and philosopher.    Very-scarce Manuscript Note Signed, ”Voltaire.”, in French.  One page, small octavo. Ferney, October 2, 1774.   

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F.D.R, AS ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE NAVY DURING WWI, CAN’T LEAVE WASHINGTON, D.C. TO ATTEND A SPECIAL SERVICE AT NYC’S ST. JOHN THE DEVINE CATHEDRAL

ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN DELANO.  (1882-1945).  Thirty-second President of the United States (1933-45).  Typed Letter boldly Signed, “Franklin D. Roosevelt”, on imprinted Navy Department, Assistant Secretary’s Office letterhead.  One page, quarto.  Washington, D.C., October 20, 1917.

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