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GEORGE WASHINGTON  TO BRIGADIER GENERAL WILLIAM IRVINE

WASHINGTON, GEORGE. (1732-99).  First President of the United States.  Complete address-leaf franked with his bold full signature “G. Washington”, in the lower left corner.

$16,500.00
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JERRY FORD  —  MY APPEARANCE ON THE ‘MEET THE PRESS’ PROGRAM

FORD, GERALD R(UDOLPH).  (1913-2006).  Thirty-eighth President of the United States (1974-7); the only President elected neither President nor Vice President.  Typed Letter Signed, “Jerry Ford”, on his name-imprinted Congress of the United States, Office of the Minority Leader, House of Representatives letterhead.  One page, quarto.  “Washington, D.C., 20515”,  January 15, 1969.

$350.00
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HANDSOME WOODROW WILSON SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH  — 1922

WILSON, (THOMAS) WOODROW.  (1856-1924).  Twenty-eighth President of the United States (1913-21).  A wonderful Photograph Boldly Signed, “Sincerely Yours, / Woodrow Wilson /1922”, on the lower photographer’s mount, under his image.

$895.00
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PRESIDENT HERBERT HOOVER CHRONICLES FRANCO-AMERICAN FRIENDSHIP FROM LAFAYETTE’S ROLE IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION TO AMERICA’S ASSISTANCE OF FRANCE DURING THE GREAT WAR

HOOVER, HERBERT. (1874-1964). President. Remarkable Typed Statement Signed, “Herbert Hoover,” as President, on imprinted White House stationary. One page, quarto.  Washington, August 13, 1932.  

$3500.00
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RARELY SEEN LETTER FROM THEODORE ROOSEVELT —  IN HIS CAPACITY AS N.Y.C POLICE COMMISSIONER

ROOSEVELT, THEODORE.  (1858-1919).  Twenty-sixth President of the United States (1901-9).   Uncommon Typed Letter Signed, “Theodore Roosevelt”, on crested and imprinted Police Department, City of New York, President’s Office letterhead.  One page, quarto.  New York, June 28, 1895. 

$2250.00
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