Unique Antique Quilt with 168 Ink signatures of Presidents, Civil War Officers and Generals, Politicians, Authors, Suffragists, Scientists, etc.
Franklin Pierce Autograph Letter on Abolition and “Negro Mania,” Six Weeks after Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation
John F. Kennedy’s Hand-Corrected Typescript About British Actions Leading Up To World War II and Mentioning England, Munich, Czechoslovakia, the Churchills and “Why England Slept”
President Grant’s Secretary of War John Rawlins to Union General McPherson at the Beginning of the Vicksburg Campaign
Brandeis, Louis D.
American Supreme Court Justice to his Recently Arrived Cousin from War-Torn Austria
Union General Benjamin Butler Telegraphs General Winfield Scott about his Unauthorized March into Baltimore
Typed Letter Signed as President: “We secured a major victory for the American people”
Typed Letter Signed to the Editor of The “Saturday Evening Post:” “I can do quite a little better in the monthly magazines”
Cooper, James Fenimore
Autograph Letter about Being Refunded for his Investments in Cotton and Lands in the Western United States