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Historic Autograph Letters, Manuscripts & Documents

Important Signed & Inscribed Books and Photographs

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SUSAN B. ANTHONY  —  DETAILS A PIVOTAL MOTIVATING EVENT IN HER EARLY LIFE AND CAREER:   “I HAVE NEVER HAD A MISGIVING AS TO THE RIGHTFULNESS OF AIDING MRS. P[HELPS] TO PERSONAL FREEDOM – AND ONLY HAVE TO REGRET THAT IT HAS BEEN SO VERY LITTLE AID AND COMFORT IN MY POWER TO RENDER.”

ANTHONY, SUSAN B.  (1820-1906).  American woman-suffrage advocate.  Scarce, early, and Important Autograph Letter Signed, “Susan B. Anthony”.  Four very full pages, octavo.  Rochester, N.Y., October 30, 1861. 

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GROVER CLEVELAND, WRITING AS PRESIDENT ON HIS PERSONAL ‘GRAY GABLES’ STATIONERY STATES:  HE HAS NO POWER TO PARDON A BIGAMIST CONVICTED IN THE SATE OF NEW JERSEY. AS IT WAS A VIOLATION OF NEW JERSEY STATE LAW, AND NOT UNDER HIS JURISDICTION

CLEVELAND, GROVER.  (1837-1908).  Twenty-second and twenty-fourth President of the United States (1885-89, 1893-97).  Scarce Autograph Letter Signed, “Grover Cleveland”, as President, on his personal imprinted Gray Gables Buzzards Bay, Mass. stationery.  Two pages, octavo.  July 15, 1896.  Very fine condition.  To “Mrs. M. E. Calvan”. 

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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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DOLLEY MADISON RECALLS JAMES MADISON’S TOAST ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENCENCE: “THE UNION. MAY IT FIND AN EVERLASTING CEMENT IN THE REVOLUTION, AND THE SACREDNESS OF THE CONSTITUTION.”

MADISON, DOLLEY PAINE. (1768-1849). First lady. Wonderful Autograph Sentiment Signed, ”D.P. Madison”. One page, octavo. Washington, April 19, 1848. At top of page is affixed a clipped Signature of James Madison.

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QUEEN ANNE INSTRUCTS THE DUKE OF ARGYLE UPON HIS APPOINTMENT AS HER NEW AMBASSADOR TO THE SPANISH COURT  ~~  A REMARKABLE DIPLOMATIC COMMUNICATION

ANNE, QUEEN. (1665-1714). Queen of Great Britain and Ireland. Superb and Important Manuscript Document Signed, “Anne R”, and also “A. R.”, as Queen. Nine very full pages, folio. The “Court at St. James’s, February 20, 1710”.

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SUSAN B. ANTHONY  —  INFORMS HER CORRESPONDENT THAT COPIES OF HER BOOKS HAVE BEEN DELIVERED TO THEIR EXPRESS COMPANY OFFICE.   SO NOW HER RESPONSIBILITY FOR THEIR SAFE DELIVERY HAS BEEN SATISIFIED STATING: “MY SKIRTS ARE CLEAR”

ANTHONY, SUSAN B. (1820-1906). American woman-suffrage advocate. Good Typed Letter Signed, “Susan B. Anthony” on National American Woman Suffrage Association letterhead. One page, quarto. Rochester, N.Y.,  March 9, 1904.  

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WOODROW WILSON AS PRESIDENT TO MRS. WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN REGARDING AN APPOINTMENT TO WEST POINT

WILSON, (THOMAS) WOODROW. (1856-1924). Twenty-eighth President of the United States (1913-1921). Typed Letter Signed, “Woodrow Wilson”, as President, on The White House stationery. One full page, small quarto. Washington, DC, June 6, 1914.  To the wife of the Populist Democrat and three time presidential candidate, William Jennings Bryan.

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