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HERBERT HOOVER INSCRIBES HIS BOOK:  THE PROBLEMS OF LASTING PEACE   TO THE WOMAN WHO WAS TO ESTABLISH THE FIRST ROUND TABLE TALK SHOW ON TELEVISION  —  HELEN J. SIOUSSAT

HOOVER, HERBERT (1874-1964) 31st President of the United States. His book: The Problems of Lasting Peace. Co-authored with Hugh Gibson. Inscribed and Signed on front free endpaper: “To Miss Helen T. Sioussat /with the good wishes / of Herbert Hoover.” Also Signed by the co-author, “Hugh Gibson” under Hoover’s inscription. 

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JEFFERSON AS PRESIDENT WRITES TO HIS SECRETARY OF WAR,  HENRY DEARBORN  ~~  SAYING THE MADISON’S HAVE DEPARTED TO PHILADELPHIA, BUT HE HOPES THAT THE DEARBORNS WILL VISIT HIM AT MONTICELLO

JEFFERSON, THOMAS. (1743-1826). Third President of the United States; principle author of the Declaration of Independence; and influential Founding Father of the United States.  Autograph Letter Signed, “Th. Jefferson”, as President.  One full page, quarto.  “Monticello”, August 3, 1805.

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HERBERT HOOVER INSCRIBES HIS BOOK:  AMERICA’S FIRST CRUSADE   — TO THE WOMAN WHO WAS TO ESTABLISH THE FIRST ROUND TABLE TALK SHOW ON TELEVISION  —  HELEN J. SIOUSSAT

HOOVER, HERBERT. (1874-1964). Thirty-first President of the United States (1929-33).  His book:  AMERICA’S FIRST CRUSADE, boldly inscribed on the front free endpaper: “To Miss Helen Sious[s]at / With wishes for a / Happy New Year / (any way) / Herbert Hoover”.  Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York, 1942.  Octavo, 81pp.  First edition with Scribner’s “A” on copyright page.

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THEODORE ROOSEVELT  ~~  TO HIS SECRETARY OF WAR,  REQUESTING THAT THIS FORMER CONFEDERATE SOLDIER, NOW SERVING IN HIS CABINET, REFRAIN FROM PUBLIC APPEARENCES WITHOUT SPEAKING TO HIM FIRST

ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. (1858-1919). Historian, naturalist, 26th President (1901-1909), and first American to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize (1906). Revealing Typed Letter Signed, “Theodore Roosevelt,” as President, on White House, Washington letterhead. Marked ‘Personal’.  One page, quarto. ‘Oyster Bay, N.Y.’, August 29, 1908.

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THE LIMITED EDITION OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT’S: THE WINNING OF THE WEST

CONTAINING A FABULOUS AND LENGTHY MANUSCRIPT PAGE, ALL IN ROOSEVELT’S HAND, ON THE ACTIONS AND CHARACTER OF GEORGE WASHINGTON DURING THE CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE NORTHWESTERN NATIVE AMERICAN INDIANS

ROOSEVELT, THEODORE.  (1858-1919).  26th President of the United States.  The Daniel Boone Edition of his: The Winning of the West.  First Edition. Set #120 of only 200 thus issued.  G.P. Putnam’s Sons, New York, 1900.  Four hefty volumes. Brown leather spines with gilt lettering. 

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A RARE FORM OF GOVERNMENTAL ‘PASSPORT’ ISSUED AFTER THE CONCLUSION OF WWI AND JUST PRIOR TO THE UNITED STATES FOOD ADMINISTRATION EFFORTS IN EUROPE

HOOVER, HERBERT. (1874-1964).  31st President of the United States. Partially Printed Document Signed, “Herbert Hoover”, as administrator of the United States Food Administration.  One page, large quarto. No place, but with with “American Legation, Berne, Switzerland” seal affixed at lower right.   December 26, 1918.

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THEODORE ROOSEVELT TO HENRY CABOT LODGE  ~~  RECOMMENDING NOTED NAVAL ARTIST HENRY REUTERDAHL FOR A COMMISSION

ROOSEVELT, THEODORE.  (1858-1919).  Twenty-sixth President of the United States (1901-1909).  Choice Typed Letter Signed, “Theodore Roosevelt”, on his name-imprinted Metropolitan letterhead.  One page, quarto.  “432 Fourth Avenue, New York”, May 15, 1917.  Very fine condition.

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