Washington, DC: 20 December 1906. Read More about Partly printed document on vellum, appointing Winfield Scott Pugh, Jr. to Second Assistant...
New-York: Printed by Denniston and Cheetham, No. 142 Pearl-Street, 1802. First edition. Part of an ongoing attack on Burr by Cheetham, whose newspaper THE AMERICAN CITIZEN had become a mouthpiece for the Clinton faction of the Republican party. "Cheetham's attack on Burr was based partly on Burr's suppression of "a..... Read More about A Narrative of the Suppression by Col. Burr, of the History of the Administration of John Adams,...
Washington, D.C and New York: 1921, 1927, 1928 and 1932 respectively. RELIEF FOR WHITE RUSSIAN REFUGEES. A collection of four letters to American magazine and newspaper publisher, Cyrus H.K. Curtis, asking for contributions for the relief of White Russian refugees who fled the country in the wake of the Russian..... Read More about A collection of four letters signed ("Julia Cantacuzène Spiransky nee Grant") to Cyrus...
Philadelphia: Davis & Harvey 1112 Walnut Street, 1904. Read More about The Unique Collection of Engraved portraits of Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin and Gilbert...
New York: Bantam Books, 1982. Specially bound, limited edition, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Limited Edition, Signed by Jimmy Carter. Read More about Keeping Faith. Memoirs of a President
New York: Bantam Books, 1982. First edition, # 173 of 2500, signed. Limited Edition, Signed by Jimmy Carter. Read More about Keeping Faith. Memoirs of a President
New York: Bantam Books, 1988. First edition. A pleasing volume of memoirs and reflections on various aspects of sportInscriberd "To John-J. Carter." Read More about An Outdoor Journal, Adventures and Reflections
New York: Penguin Press, 2017. First Edition. Signed. Signed by the author on a Penguin Press label and pasted to ffep. Read More about Grant
Washington, D.C: 1862. Copperheads and Unconditional Unionists. This compelling, historical manuscript was penned during the contentious and hostile political environment that was pervasive during the Lincoln Administration. The subscription is for a speech by Pendleton arguing the constitutionality of the proposed “Legal Tender Act,” authorizing the government to issue paper..... Read More about Autograph Manuscript Subscription for copies of a speech made by Rep. George H. Pendleton Before...
Washington City: October 3rd 1828. Adams vs. Jackson campaign of 1828 state synopsis. An engaging insight into state level political machinations during one of the epic presdiential campaigns that saw the emergence of the Second Party System in the U.S.The Presidential campaign of 1828 was a rematch between incumbent President..... Read More about Autograph Letter, Signed "Wm Clark" To John Gardner of York, Pa inquiring as to...
Pennsylvania: 1844]. Clay, Frelinghuysen & Markle. A grand vestige of the Whig party advocating the presidential candidacy of Senator Henry Clay and his vice presidential running mate Theodore Frelinghuysen. Included on the flag is the Whig gubernatorial candidate for Pennsylvania, Joseph Markle, and the party’s promotion of the Tariff of..... Read More about 1844 U.S. Presidential Campaign Flag of Henry Clay
Buzzard's Bay: [Gray Gables], 16 September 1900. Responding to a letter from Hill, a newspaper editor, concerning misreprentations of himself and the currant political situation, noting that he has not thought of involving himself in the campaign or touching the political situation but appreciates Hill's "courteous offer and should not..... Read More about Autograph letter signed "Grover Cleveland"
Princeton, NJ: Privately printed, 1902. One of 60 copies, “LX Exemplarum in Usum Amicorum”. The text of this essay by President Cleveland originally appeared as an article in The Saturday Evening Post. Read More about A Defense of Fishermen
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2004. First edition, first state. Signed by Clinton on the title-page. Read More about My Life
New York: Printed and Sold by George F. Hopkins, at Washington's Head, 1801. First edition. Read More about An Examination of the President's Reply to the New-Haven remonstrance; with an Appendix,...
New York: Cornwell Press, 1880. Roscoe Conkling (1829 – 1888) was a Republican politician from New York who served both as a member of the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate. Read More about Speech of Roscoe Conkling at the Academy of Music New York, September 17, 1880
[Washington, D.C: n.d. [ca. December 7, 1922]. Advice to a Young Man: “All you need to do is work and save your money”. Coolidge, as Vice President, writes a letter of advice to eighteen-year old D.M. Stoner. Reading in full:“Here is what I think is the right change. It is..... Read More about Autograph Letter, signed (“Calvin Coolidge”), to Mr. D.M. Stoner
Washington: March 10, 1925. PRESIDENTIAL DOCUMENT SIGNED. Charles G. Washburn was a member of congress and a friend to Presidents Taft and T. Roosevelt. The document reads in part: "Know ye, That reposing special trust and confidence in the Integrity and Ability of Charles G. Washburn of Massachusetts,, I do..... Read More about Document Signed with Presidential Seal affixed, appointing Charles G. Washburn a member of the...
Washington: October 12, 1923. "Thank you very much for your letter of the 10th. It was a real pleasure to have you with us, and I am exceedingly glad that you found your stay interesting and enjoyable. Thank you also for the enclosure. It is a good poem and contains..... Read More about Typed Letter Signed to Mr. Charles G. Washburn, thanking him for a letter and the pleasure of a...
Superior, Wisconsin: July 2, 1928. Happy Birthday Mr. President. "Thank you most sincerely for your more than kind letter of June 30th. It is especially pleasing to me to receive these cordial birthday greetings from you personally and on behalf of the American Legion. I wish there were some way..... Read More about Typed Letter Signed, on White House Stationery, to Edward E. Spafford
Washington, D.C: 23 January 1929. Coolidge here congratulates Spafford, former Commander of the American Legion, on his being honoroed with the decoration of Order of Commander in the French Legion of Honor: “Your services to France have been of such a nature it may well be felt by their public..... Read More about Typed Letter Signed, on White House Stationery, to Edward E. Spafford
The White House, Washington: November 9, 1926. Washburn was a Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Massachusetts's 3rd district from 1906-1911, and a friend to both presidents Theodore Roosevelt and Taft. The text of the letter reads in full: "My dear Mr. Washburn:- Thank you very much for..... Read More about Typed Letter Signed. On White House Stationery to the Hon. Charles G. Washburn of Worcester,...
[Canton, Ohio]: Courney, n.d.,[ca. 1890’s]. Likely taken during McKinley’s term as governor of Ohio (1892-6). Read More about Cabinet card portrait of William McKinley, inscribed (“With great respect, Yours very truly,...
New York: Arbor House, . First edition. Inscribed to Barbara Walters. Inscribed, "for Barbara Walters - A little something to remember me by. Clifton Daniel May 14, 1984". Shirley Clurman (from whose library this came) worked for Barbara Walters. Daniel was Managing editor of the NY Times and husband of..... Read More about Lords, Ladies and Gentlemen. A Memoir