Boston: Houghton Mifflin, [c. 1964]. Fourth printing. Inscribed by LBJ. Inscribed by the president, "To Charles Engelhard -... Read More about The Professional. Lyndon B. Johnson
Washington: Government Printing Office, 1885. Robert Charles Winthrop (1809-1894) was representative and senator from Massachusetts, and a decendant of John Winthrop (1588-1649). Renowned for his oratory skills, Winthrop gave speeches at the centennial of the Boston Tea Party (1873) and the battle of Yorktown (1881) at the invitation of both..... Read More about The Dedication of the Washington National Monument with the Orations by Robert C. Winthrop and...
Boston: Little, Brown, 1885. Read More about Oration on the completion of the National Monument to Washington ... February 21, 1885
New York: Blue Ribbon Books, . Read More about George Washington. The Image and the Man
[New York: 1872]. Read More about Act of Incorporation for the Purchase of Mount Vernon
New York: H. de Marsan Dealer in Songs, Toy Books & C. No. 54 Chatham, nd. Read More about "The Father of Freedom. Air: Red, White and Blue."
Cambridge, Mass: The Cosmos Press, Inc, 1928. One Hundred Copies Privately Printed for John Phillips. INSCRIBED FROM PHILLIPS TO CONNETT, ONE OF 100. Inscribed in corner of flyleaf "To Eugene V. Connett with kindest regards of John C. Phillips.""But Washington's first love in the realm of sport was riding to..... Read More about George Washington Sportsman From his own Journals. [Preface by John C. Phillips
Albany, New York: Joel Munsell's Sons, Publishers, 1893. First edition. Read More about Journal of Colonel George Washington. Commanding a Detachment of Virginia Troops, Sent by Robert...
San Francisco: [Privately Printed for Henry Lionel Rothschild Christmas 1922 by Edwin & Robert Grabhorn & James Mcdonald, September, 1922]. 46 of 125 copies on Van Gelder paper (50 also on Inomachi vellum). Read More about Washington's Farewell Address to the People of the United States
New York: Sanford, Cushing & Co, 1868. Read More about A meeting in anticipation of Washington's Birthday, in behalf of Washington College, Virginia,...
Washington: Government Printing Office, April 30, 1974. From the library of Hedley Donovan, Editor in Chief of Time Inc. Without any provenance notations. Read More about Submission of Recorded Presidential Conversations to the Committee on the Judiciary of the House...
Boston: Putnam and Hunt, 1828. First edition. Read More about Report of a Trial in the Supreme Judicial Court, Holden at Boston, Dec. 16th and 17th, 1828, of...
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, [jan. 1925]. Second printing. Read More about Woodrow Wilson. The Man, His Times and His Task
Hartford: J.B. Burr & Co, [1902. First Edition. Read More about The Roosevelt Genealogy, 1649-1902
Amesbury, [Mass.]: [December 19, 1863]. On Emancipation Proclamation. A Fine letter from John Greenleaf Whittier to fellow poet Lucy Larcom, praising President Lincoln's commitment to the Emancipation Proclamation through his recently delivered State of the Union address (December 8, 1863), also known as the Proclamation of Amnesty and Reconstruction. After..... Read More about Autograph letter signed to Lucy Larcom
Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1867. First edition. With the bookplate of Warren Delano and the signature on t.p."Louise C. Delano from her Aunt Susan." Warren Delano made 2 fortunes in trade with the Orient. He left his daughter Sara more than one million dollars when he died. Sara Delano married..... Read More about The Tent on the Beach
Washington, D.C: [Government Printing Office], 1913. A month after his first inauguration, Wilson addresses Congress on tariff reform. Read More about Address of the President of the United States Delivered at a joint Session of ... Congress ......
Princeton, N.J: Nov. 15, 1901. Handsome holograph letter declining an invitation from the St. Andrews Society, with “a genuine disappointment … I esteeem the invitation a great compliment; my own is Scots blood …”. Read More about Autograph Letter, Signed (“Woodrow Wilson”), to George Austin Morrison, Jr
Washington, D.C: Oct. 2, 1914. Interesting wartime letter from President Wilson to the children’s publisher Morgan Shepard (aka John Martin):“I am deeply interested in what you have told me and I wish with all my heart that I were a free an man so that I could endorse where I...... Read More about Typed Letter, signed (“Woodrow Wilson”) to author/publisher John Martin at “John Martin’s...
Princeton, N.J: 29 October 1902. Declining an invitation, “I certainly experience ill fortune in respect to the invitations of the St. Andrews Society …”. Read More about Typed Letter, Signed (“Woodrow Wilson”), to George Austin Morrison, Jr
The White House, Washington: May 15, 1914. Woodrow Wilson : Typed Letter Signed. Washburn was a friend to Presidents Taft and T. Roosevelt. He was also a member of the House of Representatives and a graduate of Harvard University as well as a graduate and a trustee of the Worcester..... Read More about Typed Letter. On White House stationery to Pres. Charles G. Washburn declining an invitation to...
New York: The Sallfield Publishing Co, 1905. The ownership signature of Sophie R. Knights on ffep and her notes at end. Read More about The White House Cook Book. A Comprehensive Cyclopedia of Information for the home : cooking,...