33878Franklin Pierce Autograph Letter on Abolition and “Negro Mania,” Six Weeks after Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation
(Signature Excised)
Franklin Pierce Autograph Letter on Abolition and “Negro Mania,” Six Weeks after Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation
21575Unique Antique Quilt with 168 Ink signatures of Presidents, Civil War Officers and Generals, Politicians, Authors, Suffragists, Scientists, etc.
19th-Century New England Signature Quilt
Unique Antique Quilt with 168 Ink signatures of Presidents, Civil War Officers and Generals, Politicians, Authors, Suffragists, Scientists, etc.
31128Typed Letter Signed as President: “We secured a major victory for the American people”
Clinton, Bill
Typed Letter Signed as President: “We secured a major victory for the American people”
18639Typed Letter Signed to the Editor of The “Saturday Evening Post:” “I can do quite a little better in the monthly magazines”
Coolidge, Calvin
Typed Letter Signed to the Editor of The “Saturday Evening Post:” “I can do quite a little better in the monthly magazines”
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
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”
34289Hand-Corrected Typescript from U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy, About British Actions Leading Up To World War II and Mentioning England, Munich, Czechoslovakia, the Churchills and “Why England Slept”
John F. Kennedy
Hand-Corrected Typescript from U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy, About British Actions Leading Up To World War II and Mentioning England, Munich, Czechoslovakia, the Churchills and “Why England Slept”
16087Unusual Presidential Appointment of American Composer and Conductor Leonard Bernstein as a Member of the Commission on Presidential Scholars
Johnson, Lyndon B.
Unusual Presidential Appointment of American Composer and Conductor Leonard Bernstein as a Member of the Commission on Presidential Scholars
34511Very Hopeful Typed Letter Signed on White House Stationery by President Lyndon B. Johnson
Johnson, Lyndon B.
Very Hopeful Typed Letter Signed on White House Stationery by President Lyndon B. Johnson
30643Extremely Rare Fair Copy of the First Two Verses of “Home! Sweet Home!” One of President Lincoln’s Favorite Melodies
Payne, John Howard
Extremely Rare Fair Copy of the First Two Verses of “Home! Sweet Home!” One of President Lincoln’s Favorite Melodies
34594Former U.S. President Franklin Pierce in an eleven-page autograph letter describes his impressions of Europe, war between France and Austria, and U. S. local and national politics: “I am not surprised that Mr. [James] Guthrie should be thought of & spoken of as our next candidate for the presidency”
Pierce, Franklin
Former U.S. President Franklin Pierce in an eleven-page autograph letter describes his impressions of Europe, war between France and Austria, and U. S. local and national politics: “I am not surprised that Mr. [James] Guthrie should be thought of & spoken of as our next candidate for the presidency”
30345Legion of Merit Certificate Awarded by the President to British D-Day Officer, Countersigned by US Secretary of the Navy James Forrestal
Roosevelt, Franklin D.
Legion of Merit Certificate Awarded by the President to British D-Day Officer, Countersigned by US Secretary of the Navy James Forrestal