London: The Mining Magazine, 1912. One of 3000 copies. Inscribed by Hoover to Adolph Lewisohn. The Herbert Hoover... Read More about De Re Metallica
[N.p: Christmas, 1981]. Inscribed to Jane Engelhard. Collection of verse by Luci Baines Johnson, daughter of LBJ, including poems on the 1964 campaign, topical and religious verse, and a poem in praise of her sister, Lynda Johnson Robb.This copy is inscribed to Jane Engelhard, a close family friend of the... Read More about [Poems]
New York: 1976. First edition. Inscribed "To Jane Engelhard. With all my best wishes/ to mother of a lovely girl, Doris Kearns." Read More about Lyndon Johnson and the American Dream
New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, . First edition. Inscribed by Lady Bird. Inscribed “For Jane [Engelhard] — with ally my love — and appreciation for your true friendship for Lyndon — Lady Bird”. Read More about Lyndon. An Oral Biography
New York: W. W. Norton, . First edition. Inscribed by the author on the flyleaf “To Jane Engelhard, dear friend — with the warmth and affection of Jack Valenti. see p. 281”Jane and Charles Engelhard were close friends of LBJ and accompanied the President on a world tour in December..... Read More about A Very Human President
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, [c. 1964]. Fourth printing. Inscribed by LBJ. Inscribed by the president, "To Charles Engelhard - with best wishes, Lyndon B. Johnson"Jane and Charles Engelhard of Far Hills, New Jersey, were steadfast friends of the Johnsons and prominent donors of furniture and expertise to the White House restoration... Read More about The Professional. Lyndon B. Johnson
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, . Fourth printing. Inscribed on half-title, "To Jane and Charles with admiration & gratitude Lyndon B. Johnson." and below "For Mr. & Mrs. Charles Engelhard with all good wishes William A. White." Read More about The Professional. Lyndon B. Johnson
c. 1966. Signed photograph taken during Johnson's presidency. Read More about Family Portrait, signed by each family member
Washington, D.C: GPO, 1969. First edition. FINE ASSOCIATION. Inscribed on endpaper. "To Jane and Charles (Engelhard) with appreciation for your - - and help Lyndon B. Johnson." Read More about Tributes to the President and Mrs Lyndon Baines Johnson in the Congress of the United States
Washington, D.C: November 24, 1967. “I must assure you that no collapse of any kind awaits this nation.”. At a time when the nation was facing the seeming dissolution of civil society and increasing urban riots, Johnson writes: “… You are perhaps aware of my partiality for the community newspaper..... Read More about Typed Letter, signed (possibly by auto-pen), as President, to John Scullin, Jr., of the STATEN...
Washington, DC: The White House, August 19, 1964. Thanks for Prayers Following Gulf of Tonkin Resolution. LBJ writes as President to W. Parkman Rankin, Executive Vice President of THIS WEEK magazine, “You are certainly thoughtful to write me following dedication ceremonies of the Samuel I. Newhouse Communications Center at Syracuse... Read More about Typed Letter, signed (“Lyndon B. Johnson”), to W. Parkman Rankin
[Washington: n.d., 1960s]. A fine informal photograph of President Johnson with author and hunter Robert Ruark. Read More about Photograph of the President, seated in a chair beside author Robert Ruark and another official,...
Washington, D.C: August 14, 1961. Johnson writes to Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist and leading Nixon-era columnist Jack Anderson of The Washington Post, “Dear Jack: I liked my introduction into ‘Parade’ so much that I’m considering applying for a job as its Washington correspondent — though I doubt if I could get..... Read More about Typed Letter, signed (“Lyndon”), to Jack Anderson of The Washington Post
New York, Evanston and London: Harper & Row, Publishers, . First edition. Inscribed to His Wife, in Special Binding. Inscribed on the ffep from McNamara to his wife "To Mary, co-author of the McNamara Strategy for twenty-four blissfully happy years. With all my love/ Bob." Read More about The McNamara Strategy
New York: Simon and Schuster, . First edition. Inscribed to His Mother Rose. In a fine presentation binding, inscribed by the author, "To Mother, who continues to inspire all the family, with my love, Ted. 25 December 1972"This book, written in 1972, proposed changes more radical than those enacted in... Read More about In Critical Condition. The Crisis in America's Health Care
Palm Beach, Fl: Dec. 17, 1961. Letter of recommendation, signed by Jacqueline Kennedy as First Lady, expressing "my high regard for Mr. Walter Neil Letson." Letson was an architect who oversaw renovation on the White House. She writes: "I am delighted to have an opportunity to express my high regard..... Read More about Typed Letter, signed ("Jacqueline Kennedy"), being a letter of recommendation for...
St. Louis, Mo., and Washington, D.C: 1969. "HE'S DEAD ALL RIGHT." An exceptional group of correspondence between Reverend Oscar L. Huber, the Priest who administered Kennedy’s last rights after his assassination and is best known for allegedly leaking the news of JFK’s death before there was an official announcement, and..... Read More about Three Typed Letters, Signed, from Rev. Oscar Huber to Time Magazine Correspondent Hugh Sidey, and...
Washington, D.C: January 21, 1961. McNamara Appointed Secretary of Defense. Document signed by President Kennedy and Secretary of State Rusk on the date of Robert McNamara’s appointment as Secretary of Defense. McNamara (1916-2009) was the longest serving Secretary of Defense, holding the position from 1961 to 1968 under Presidents Kennedy... Read More about Engraved broadside document of Robert S. McNamara's Appointment as Secretary of Defense....
[Washington, D.C: Kennedy-Johnson Inaugural Committee, 1961]. Limited Deluxe edition, number 867 signed by E. H. Foley General Chairman. Read More about Official Program Inaugural Ceremonies of John F.Kennedy...and Lyndon B. Johnson
The inscription on this photograph reads: "For Cecil Stoughton / whose talent and friendship meant so much to President Kennedy and myself / Always devotedly / Jacqueline Kennedy."The heartfelt inscription comes as little surprise. Stoughton was the official White House photographer during the Kennedy years. He was responsible for two... Read More about Photograph Signed and Inscribed ("Jacqueline Kennedy"), 7 1/2 by 9 1/2 inch color...
Cambridge, Mass: Privately Printed. University Press, 1945. First edition, Second Issue. Bobby to Senator George Smathers. Inscribed to George Smathers from Bob Kennedy Christmas 1965 on the front free endpaper. Read More about As We Remember Joe
Washington: 3 May 1965. “Wir alle haben Ihn verloren” - A German Gold Medallion in Memory of JFK. A moving gift to the recently slain President’s trusted personal secretary, Mrs. Evelyn Lincoln. Ms. Loucheim writes:“On a recent trip abroad, which included a stop in Munich, I was given the enclosed..... Read More about Typed Letter Signed (“Katie”) to Evelyn Lincoln, President John F. Kennedy’s secretary,...
Maine: August 1962. Kennedy Photograph by Senator Edmund Muskie. Intimate and candid image of the President relaxing with a book while sailing off the coast of Maine, taken by Maine Senator Edmund Muskie a little over a year before JFK’s assassination.Accompanied by an AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (“Ed Muskie”) from EDMUND..... Read More about Color Photograph of the President lying on a sailboat, reading , presented to Evelyn Lincoln, the...
(Cambridge, Mass): Memorial Hall, May 4, 1937. Ephemeral Ephemera. Jack Kennedy was a freshman in 1937 as part of the Class of 1940. JFK is listed at the bottom of the front cover as the Chairman of the Smoker Committee. His picture can also be seen in "The Harvard Freshman... Read More about Class of 1940 Freshman Smoker
[Cambridge, Mass.]: Wednesday, June 19, 1940. Jack Kennedy was part of the Class of 1940. JFK is listed at the bottom of page  as part of the Permanent Class Committee. UNDOUBTEDLY VERY RARE. Read More about Harvard Class Day [Printed Programme]
New York: Harper & Brothers, . Later printing G-F (July, 1956), same year as the first. McNamara’s Copy. Signed on the flyleaf in pencil: "Robert S. McNamara." McNamara (1916-2009) was president of Ford Motor Company, U.S. secretary of defense in the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, and later president of the..... Read More about Profiles in Courage. [Foreword by Allan Nevins.]