[Washington]: October 20, 1809. Ohio Land Grant, Signed by Madison. Grant “John Morrow, of Montgomery County…the West half... Read More about Engraved Document signed twice, on vellum
Washington, D.C: Gales & Seaton, 1820. A valuable resource from the Quasi-War with France and claims of spoliation that includes 26 folding charts listing name of vessel, master, port of origin, where detained, when detained, and value, exclusive of interest. Read More about Message from the President of the United States (Monroe) transmitting a Report of the Sec. of...
Boston: Printed and Published by T.B. Wait & Sons, 1815. An important collection of United States state papers and foreign relations documents during the important period from 1789 through 1801, including Washington's first speech to Congress, his message on the situation with Algiers, Pickering's letter to Pinkney (while the latter..... Read More about State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States from the Accession of George Washington...
New York: Random House, 1952. First Edition, no. 966 of 1000 copies, signed. Read More about Major Campaign Speeches of Adlai Stevenson 1952
np: Jan. 1991. Mimeographed version of the beginning of Stone's famous movie. Read More about Untitled JFK Project
[Boston: Published by Ticknor and Fields, 1857]. Taft's Copy–for carelessness. With “Wm. Howard Taft Sept. 1873” on the blank at front with a notation underneath “A reward for carelessness.” This would have been his last year at Woodword High School in Cincinnati prior to his admission to Yale. Read More about Waverley
Montreal: July 2, 1921. Taft writes to Democratic Senator and fellow Ohioan Atlee Pomerene two days after being appointed Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court by President Harding: "I thank you sincerely for your kind telegram of congratulation. It was good of you to send it. I was much..... Read More about Autograph Letter Signed ("Wm H Taft"), to Senator Pomerene, two days after his...
Washington, D.C: June 16, 1908. Taft sends a telegram, as Secretary of War, to the Republican Party Chairman Frank H. Hitchock during the Republican Convention in Chicago. Taft states his and President Roosevelt’s opposition to “a resolution calling for a reduction of Southern representation. I see no reason why we..... Read More about Copy of telegram to Frank H. Hitchcock, Republican Party Chairman
Hot Springs, Virginia: July 30, 1908. "My dear Ban: The only disappointment I had in Cincinnati was in not getting a chance to talk with you and Charlie Clark, and I don't know what became of you...." The letter is dated the month after he received the Republican nomination for..... Read More about Typed letter signed ("Wm H Taft"), to Otto T. Bannard of the New York Trust Company
Washington: October 3, 1926. The letter reads: "Thank you for your very kind note of September 30th. I am glad to know that you are in a pleasant place and that you are associating with your own family. The pleasuure of being a grandfather, and the lack of responsibility in..... Read More about Typed Letter Signed, to Charles H. Washburn ("My dear Charley Washburn"), thanking...
New York: Published at 128 Nassau Street, 1850. Read More about Life and Public Services of Gen. Z. Taylor : including a minute Account of his Defence of Fort...
New York: 1964. Thomas writes: “Dear Isabel: You wanted an informal picture. Here's one my grandson took at that 80th birthday reception. Best as ever, Norman Thomas”. The photo shows Thomas looking down at the birthday cake; on the back is a clipping from Time magazine reporting the event. Isabel..... Read More about Autograph Note
Washington, D.C: White House, May 21, 1937. Like FDR, Suydam Cutting, who came from a prominent New Jersey family, was a graduate of both Groton and Harvard (they graduated 5 years apart). Cutting went to Turkmenistan with TR, Jr., and Kermit in 1925 and travelled to Tibet on several occasions..... Read More about Typed letter, Signed ("Franklin D. Roosevelt"), as president, on White House...
New York: Harper & Row, . First edition. Inscribed to Jane Engelhard by Reuben Askew, Governor of Florida, on the flyleaf. Read More about Abraham Lincoln: Theologian of American Anguish
New York: Farrar, Straus and Young, . First edition. Inscribed beneath the frontispiece portrait, "To Ellen Baker, with best wishes, Harry Truman. March 29, 1952."Also signed by Bess Truman beneath her photograph (facing p. 128). Read More about Mr. President. The First Publication from the Personal Diaries, Private Letters, papers and...
New York: Farrar, Straus and Young, . First edition. Inscribed on flyleaf " Ralph Golby with best wishes Barry Goldwater 1 June '64."Goldwater had been an opponent of Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal. He also had a strong dislike of Harry S. Truman and his progressive social policies..... Read More about Mr. President. The First Publication from the Personal Diaries, Private Letters papers and...
[Washington, D.C: 1949]. Limited Deluxe edition, number 1947 signed by MELVIN D. HILDRETH, General Chairman. Read More about Official Program Commemorating the Inauguration of Harry Truman...and Alben W. Barkley, January...
[Washington, D.C: 1949]. Limited Deluxe edition, number 828 signed by MELVIN D. HILDRETH, General Chairman. Read More about Official Program Commemorating the Inauguration of Harry Truman...and Alben W. Barkley, January...
Washington, DC: April 28, 1948. “what a pack of lies that was …”. A characteristically blunt letter from the 33rd President of the United States, in defense of his cabinet appointee, John W. Snyder, who was a close personal friend: “… I appreciated very highly your letter of the twenty-third..... Read More about Typed Letter, signed as President (“Harry Truman”), to House Representative Overton Brooks,...
New York: Arbor House, . First edition. Novel of crime in the inner circles of Washington, by the daughter of president Harry S. Truman.Inscribed by Lady Bird Johnson to her close friend Jane Engelhard:Dear Jane — some light “nightreading” in an intriguingsetting we both know!LoveLady BirdChristmas 1980. Read More about Murder in the White House. A Novel
Washington, D.C: GPO, 1841. Read More about Search or seizure of American vessels on coast of Africa, &c., message from the President of...
New York: Random House, 1984. First trade edition, unnumbered presentation copy, signed by the author on the limitation leaf for the edition of 350 copies bound in cloth. Presentation binding, signed. Read More about Lincoln. A Novel
Montgomery, Ala: The Wallace Campaign, March 21, 1969. Read More about TLS. To Congressman Halpern. About James Estomo
New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, . First edition. Wallace was appointed FDR's Secretary of Agriculture in 1933. Read More about New Frontiers
Washington, D.C: U.S. Govt Printing Office, 1927. Coolidge's address regarding the coming (in 1932) bi-centennial of Washington's birth. Read More about Address of the President of the United States before the Congress Sitting in Joint Session in the...
Providence: Printed by John Carter, . First Edition. Read More about An Oration Pronounced at the Baptist Meeting-House in Providence, on Tuesday the Seventh of...