Bush, George H.W.
VP-Elect George H.W. Bush Speculates that the Reagan Revolution “could make our moral plurality into an emasculated, debt-ridden minority”
Union General Benjamin Butler Telegraphs General Winfield Scott about his Unauthorized March into Baltimore
Cooper, James Fenimore
Autograph Letter about Being Refunded for his Investments in Cotton and Lands in the Western United States
The President of the Confederate States Writes a Historic, Lengthy and Bitter ALS to His Wife, Varina
Fine Autograph Letter Declining to Ask a Wealthy Southern Cotton Planter for a Contribution
Dodge, William E.
Excellent and Rare Autograph Letter Signed on Financial Matters by the “Merchant Prince” of Wall Street
Field, Cyrus W.
Rare Signed Photo of the American Businessman Who Financed the First Transatlantic Cable
Havemeyer, Henry O.
Gracious and Grateful Typed Letter Signed by Art Collector, Plutocrat and Patron of New York’s Metropolitan Museum
Herbert Hoover Letter to the Editor of the Saturday Evening Post: “… A way that always amazes the layman”
Typed Letter from Herbert Hoover about the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927, the Most Destructive River Flood in the History of the United States
The Secretary of Commerce and Future U.S. President Writes High Praise for a Saturday Evening Post Editorial: “We are having them reproduced in thousands…”
Letter of Thanks on his Personal Stationery to The Saturday Evening Post’s Editor George H. Lorimer
Herbert Hoover to his Friend and Supporter: “I cannot but think that you have had a very large part in bring [sic] about this result and you will have to bear with me part of the responsibilities that arise from it.”
Former U.S. President Herbert Hoover Advises on How to Get Tickets to his Upcoming Speech in Philadelphia
Herbert Hoover Thanks his Friend, Saturday Evening Post Editor George Lorimer, for Complimenting his Speech
Herbert Hoover Thanks the Wife of Publishing Giant George H. Lorimer for her Compliments on his Speech in Cleveland
President-Elect Joseph Biden Couldn’t Have Said It Better; America’s First Democratic President, Andrew Jackson, Toasts Pennsylvania on Independence Day 1834
The U.S. Senator from New York Defends his Support of the U.N.: “I firmly believe the United Nations to be the single most important agency available to keep world peace”
Indian Agent and Founder of Johnstown, NY Acknowledges Receipt of supplies “for the use of the Indians at Johnson Hall”
Kennedy, Robert F.
In a Framed Autograph Letter, RFK Jokes about Gangsters to Pioneering Washington Journalist Sarah McClendon
Leak, Ann E.
Armless Sideshow Performer Writes: “I write poetry & prose, Holding my pen between my toes”
Peary, Robert E.
Letter Regarding His Meeting with China’s Delegation on its Historic 1915 Trip to New York City
Turning Down a Lobbyist and Mentions Jefferson, Adams, Napoleon and Postage Fees!
Unusual Signed Builder’s Contract for Publishing Magnate’s “St. Louis Post-Dispatch” Building that Housed the Newspaper from 1888-1902
Typed Letter Signed by Scandalous Son of FDR Mentioning a Portrait of his Mother, the Former First Lady
Roosevelt, Franklin D.
Oversize Photograph of the President Flanked by His Press Secretary and His Longtime Private Secretary, Companion and Possible Mistress Marguerite “Missy” LeHand
Roosevelt, Franklin D.
Outstanding Lengthy TLS as Presidential Candidate on his Progressive Platform
Fighting for his Platform, Shortly Before the First Progressive Party National Convention
Nobel-Prize Winner Elihu Root on the US Postal Service During Wartime: “Nobody cares a baubee whether the Civil Service rules were strained or not under the circumstances which existed while you were Postmaster-General”
Uncommon ALS from the Civil War General, Secretary of War and Medal of Honor Recipient
Truman, Harry S
Rare Presidential Pardon for a Louisiana Food Distributor Who Violated the Emergency Price Control Act of 1942
Truman, Harry S
TLS Regarding St. Louis Press Coverage of the Upcoming Truman Committee Investigation of the National Defense Program