30256The King Signs a Document on Guy Fawkes Day Appointing the Former Governor of Jamaica, Sir Charles Lyttelton, a Captain of a Company of 200 Hundred Men
Charles II
The King Signs a Document on Guy Fawkes Day Appointing the Former Governor of Jamaica, Sir Charles Lyttelton, a Captain of a Company of 200 Hundred Men
21663Just Days after His Historic “Iron Curtain” Speech, Churchill Signs His Famous Karsh Image During an Appearance at New York’s Waldorf-Astoria Hotel
Churchill, Winston
Just Days after His Historic “Iron Curtain” Speech, Churchill Signs His Famous Karsh Image During an Appearance at New York’s Waldorf-Astoria Hotel
30315Pen-and-Ink Drawing Signed by the Artist and Churchill at the Time of His Famous Dinner with Keynes, McKenna, Bradbury and Niemeyer that Led to Britain’s Disastrous Return to the Gold Standard
Churchill, Winston
Pen-and-Ink Drawing Signed by the Artist and Churchill at the Time of His Famous Dinner with Keynes, McKenna, Bradbury and Niemeyer that Led to Britain’s Disastrous Return to the Gold Standard
30332Signed Photograph Taken by Walter Thomas, Circa 1915, When Churchill Served as First Lord of the Admiralty, a Position He Resigned that Year Following the Disastrous Dardanelles Campaign
Churchill, Winston
Signed Photograph Taken by Walter Thomas, Circa 1915, When Churchill Served as First Lord of the Admiralty, a Position He Resigned that Year Following the Disastrous Dardanelles Campaign
31172Typed Letter Signed to an American Supporter Four Days Before the Formation of His RPF Party: “The money you were so kind and thoughtful to send me has been applied toward my social endeavors…”
De Gaulle, Charles
Typed Letter Signed to an American Supporter Four Days Before the Formation of His RPF Party: “The money you were so kind and thoughtful to send me has been applied toward my social endeavors…”
30343Letter Signed to Commodore John Rodgers about “qualifications of the officers” Five Months Before the Naval Hero’s Death in a Duel
Decatur, Stephen
Letter Signed to Commodore John Rodgers about “qualifications of the officers” Five Months Before the Naval Hero’s Death in a Duel
32113Autograph Letter Signed by the Confederate General and Chief Exponent of the Lost Cause of the Confederacy, Mentioning “The Confederate Survivors Association of Augusta”
Early, Jubal
Autograph Letter Signed by the Confederate General and Chief Exponent of the Lost Cause of the Confederacy, Mentioning “The Confederate Survivors Association of Augusta”
32951Six Pages of One of Eisenhower’s Last Speeches Drafted Before Election Day 1956, Given at Pittsbugh’s Hunt Armory
Eisenhower, Dwight D.
Six Pages of One of Eisenhower’s Last Speeches Drafted Before Election Day 1956, Given at Pittsbugh’s Hunt Armory
32972Former President Eisenhower Writes a Letter on his Gettysburg Stationery, Giving Advice to 1962 High School Graduates
Eisenhower, Dwight D.
Former President Eisenhower Writes a Letter on his Gettysburg Stationery, Giving Advice to 1962 High School Graduates
30499Autograph Letter Signed by the First Republican Presidential Candidate about his Controversial Railroad Across Costa Rica, “from Limon on the Atlantic to the foot of the mountains”
Fremont, John C.
Autograph Letter Signed by the First Republican Presidential Candidate about his Controversial Railroad Across Costa Rica, “from Limon on the Atlantic to the foot of the mountains”
33733Two Documents Signed (Twice) by the King of Great Britain, Schedules of Per Diem Payments for the Horse Guards and Grenadier Guards, and for Various Garrisons Throughout the United Kingdom
George III, King
Two Documents Signed (Twice) by the King of Great Britain, Schedules of Per Diem Payments for the Horse Guards and Grenadier Guards, and for Various Garrisons Throughout the United Kingdom
30495Autograph Letter Signed as President to Lady Jane Franklin about Her Missing Husband, Explorer Sir John Franklin, “A man who has contributed so much to the world’s knowledge”
Grant, Ulysses S.
Autograph Letter Signed as President to Lady Jane Franklin about Her Missing Husband, Explorer Sir John Franklin, “A man who has contributed so much to the world’s knowledge”