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American Statesmen
 Anderson, John B. (Letter) $25
TLS from the 1980 independent presidential candidate thanking contributors
 Baker III, James A. (Matted Photograph) $20
Photo of the noted lawyer- statesman inscribed to Treasury predecessor Henry Fowler
 Baker, Newton D. (Photograph) $45
Signed photo while on the Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague
 Bayard, Thomas F. (Signature) $25
Delaware US Senator 1869-85, Secretary of State 1885-89 (Cleveland), 1st Ambassador to Great Britain
 Bayard, Thomas F. & Saulsbury, Eli M. (Signed Album Page) $30
Delaware’s 1871-85 US Senators
 Benton, Thomas Hart (Free Franked Signature) $125
Missouri statesman, shot Andrew Jackson, opposed slavery, promoted westward expansion
 Blaine, James G. (Signed Card) $30
Nice card signed by “The Plumed Knight”
 Boutwell, George (Letter) $65
1857 ALS from the former Massachusets governor recalling a 1773 Boston declaration against slavery
 Boutwell, George S. (Letter) $65
1872 ALS as Treasury Secretary, letter of condolence
 Bricker, John W. (First Day Cover) $25
1950 First Day Cover signed by the 1944 GOP Vice Presidential candidate
 Browder, Earl (Signed Card) $50
Led American Communist Party 1930-45, 1936 & 1940 US presidential candidate
 Browder, Earl (Signature) $50
American Communist Party leader 1930-45, 1936 & 1940 presidential candidate
 Bryan, William Jennings (Letter) $250
“The Great Commoner” 1918 ALS to a former State Department colleague
 Buchanan, Patrick J. (Letter) $35
Nixon White House aide, sought 1992 & 1996 GOP presidential nominations, 2000 Reform Party nominee, arch-conservative journalist
 Bunker, Ellsworth (Letter) $10
1967 TLS as US Ambassador to South Vietnam
 Bush, George H. W. (Letter) $275
1984 ALS to a prominent Washington political items dealer thanking him for a button
 Bush, George H. W. (Letter) $295
Optimistic ca. 1979 ALS to the composer of “Hail to The Redskins”, predicting he will win the 1980 GOP presidential nomination!
 Byrd, Harry F. (Signed Card) $20
Virginia Governor & Senator, 1956 “States Rights” presidential candidate
 Byrnes, James F. (Signed Card) $30
Card Signed by the South Carolina statesman, US Supreme Court Justice & Secretary of State
 Callaway Sr., Howard H. "Bo" (Letter) $15
1973 TLS as new Secretary of the Army, lost controversial 1966 Georgia gubernatorial election to Lester Maddox
 Cass, Lewis (Letter) $125
1855 ALS as Senator, accepts membership in a Philadelphia debating society
 Choate, Joseph H. (Letter) $30
The eminent New York lawyer enjoys the 1891 summer Stockbridge heat
 Choate, Rufus & Shaw, Lemuel (Document) $90
1833 legal document signed by two Massachusetts legal giants
 Christopher, Warren M. (Photograph) $30
Signed photo of the lawyer-statesman, 63rd US Secretary of State
 Clay, Henry (ON HOLD) (Letter + free franked address leaf) $1295
Excellent content 1839 ALS while Kentucky US Senator, has no intention to run for President, will support Whig candidate Wm. Henry Harrison
 Clinton, DeWitt (Letter) $150
1827 ALS as Governor, seeks information before issuing a pardon to an inmate in the nation’s 1st juvenile reformatory
 Clinton, DeWitt (Letter) $125
1820 LS as New York Governor concerning an identity issue with a pardon recommendation
 Clinton, DeWitt (Letter) $125
1825 LS as New York Governor regarding resolution of a county judicial appointment dispute
 Clinton, DeWitt (Document) $95
1813 DS as New York City Mayor
 Cockrell, Francis M. & Armstrong, David H. (Signed Album Pages) $30
Missouri’s post-Reconstruction Era US Senators
 Collamer, Jacob (Signature) $25
Vermont US Rep & Senator, Zachary Taylor's Postmaster General
 Cooper, Peter (Signatures) $75
Built 1st US locomotive, supervised laying of 1st transatlantic cable, invented Jell-O, 1876 presidential candidate
 Corwin, Thomas (Letter) $75
1851 LS as Fillmore’s Treasury Secretary, to the US Marshal for the Southern District of New York
 Cox, James M. (Signature) $50
Ohio US Rep & Governor, 1920 Democratic presidential candidate (with FDR), his newspaper company now a media giant
 Crowinshield, Francis Boardman (Photograph) $50
Signed carte-de-visite photo of the Massachussetts statesman, Harvard Fellow 1861-77
 Cushing, Caleb (Signature) $35
Signature as Attorney General under Franklin Pierce, as US diplomat negotiated 1st treaty with China in 1844
 Cushing, Caleb (ON HOLD) (Letter) $75
1866 ALS to powerful New York Republican boss Roscoe Conkling
 Day, William R. (Document) $40
1873 MsDS as Stark County, Ohio Justice of the Peace, later US Secretary of State & Supreme Court Associate Justice
 Day, William R. (Check) $50
1899 check while federal appellate court judge, joined Supreme Court in 1903
 Day, William R.; Davis, Cushman K.; Frye, William P.; Gray, George; Reid, Whitelaw (Signed cards) $95
The American Commissioners that negotiated the 1898 Treaty of Paris to end the Spanish-American War
 Dennis, George R. & Whyte, William Pinkney (Signed Album Page) $30
Maryland’s 1875-79 Reconstruction-era US Senators
 Dennison, William (Letter) $350
1865 LS as Lincoln's Postmaster General, unable to attend funeral of statesman William L. Dayton
 Dole, Bob (Photograph) $40
Only person in history of today’s major parties nominated for Vice President and President and not elected to either office!
 Douglas, William O. (Letter) $95
Justice Douglas appreciates "generous comments" on one of his books
 Dow, Neal (Letter) $95
1888 ALS from the Civil War general, 1880 presidential candidate, “Father of Prohibition”
 Dow, Neal (Signed Card) $50
1881 card signed by the Civil War general, “Father of Prohibition”, 1880 presidential candidate
 Dow, Neal S. (Letter) $95
1887 ALS from the “Father of Prohibition”, Civil War general, 1880 presidential candidate
 Eagleton, Tom (Photograph) $30
1972 Democratic VP nominee replaced after disclosure of psychiaric treatment history
 Elkins, Stephen B. (Signed official card) $25
Nice large official War Department card signed as Secretary, later West Virginia US Senator
 English, William H. (Signed Card) $30
1880 Democratic VP candidate with Hancock
 Ervin Jr., Sam J. (Letter) $25
North Carolina’s “Senator Sam”, presided over Senate Watergate investigation
 Eustis, William (Document) $95
1824 DS as Massachusetts Governor, 1824 appointment of a militia artillery officer
 Eustis, William (Document) $85
1812 partial DS as Secretary of War, appointment of an infantry officer
 Evarts, William M. (Signed Card) $50
Andrew Johnson's Attorney General and impeachment trial lawyer, Hayes' Secretary of State
 Everett, Edward (Letter) $85
1842 ALS as Minister to Great Britain
 Everett, Edward (ON HOLD) (Letter) $85
1844 ALS while Minister to Great Britain to scholar-author Charles Astor Bristed, praising his essays
 Farley, James A. (Letter) $30
Farley seeks Ambassador Grew’s comments on his letter to the President of the National Committee For Free Europe
 Forsyth, John (Letter) $95
1838 ALS while Van Buren’s Secretary of State
 Forsyth, John (Letter) $75
1839 LS as Van Buren’s Secretary of State
 Forsyth, John (Document) $75
1838 DS as Van Buren’s Secretary of State
 Forsyth, John (Letter) $95
The Secretary of State warns the US Consul at Guayaquil, Ecuador to send a legally required bond or face dismissal by the President!
 Foster, John W. (Letter) $65
1902 LS of the diplomat, Secretary of State, author and first legal "lobbyist', to Admiral George Dewey
 Foster, William Z. (Signed Card) $65
Led US Communist Party 1921-56, Party 1924, 1928 & 1932 US presidential candidate
 Gerard, James W. (Letter) $15
Noted diplomat, popular Ambassador to Germany before US entry into WW I
 Gerard, James W. (Photograph) $15
Nice photo of the New York lawyer and jurist, Ambassador to Germany 1913-17
 Glenn, John (Photograph) $95
2nd American in space, 1st to orbit Earth, US Senator
 Goldberg, Arthur J. (Photograph) $95
Signed & inscribed photograph of the statesman & jurist
 Goldberg, Arthur J. (First Day Cover) $50
Signed 1968 First Day Cover
 Goldberg, Arthur J. (ON HOLD) (Letter) $150
1970 TLS after losing New York gubernatorial election, to Senator Muskie, thanking him for campaign help
 Goldwater, Barry (First Day Cover) $50
1973 First Day Cover signed by "Mr. Conservative"
 Goldwater, Barry (Letter) $95
1980 TLS to the US Army War College commandant appreciating his graduation address
 Goldwater, Barry (Photograph) $75
Signed bust photograph of “Mr. Conservative” , 1964 GOP presidential candidate
 Graham, William A. (Letter) $110
1851 ALS as Fillmore’s Navy Secretary, 1852 Whig VP candidate with Winfield Scott
 Graham, William A. (letter) $125
1852 ALS while Navy Secretary saluting Washington's 120th birthday, later 1852 Whig VP candidate
 Haig Jr., Aexander M. (Letter) $35
1972 TLS as Nixon’s Deputy Asst. for National Security Affairs, congratulates Army officer friend on promotion to Major General
 Haig Jr., Alexander M. (Letter) $35
1984 TLS of the Army general, Nixon-Ford White House Chief of Staff, Reagan Secretary of State 1981-82
 Hale, John P. (Signature) $50
New Hampshire Free Soil/ Republican US Rep & Senator, 1852 Free Soil presidential candidate
 Hamlin, Hannibal & Blaine, James G. (Signatures) $150
Autograph album page signed by Maine’s ca. 1881 US Senators
 Hancock, John (Letter) $3500
1782 draft ALS as (1st) Governor to the Massachusetts legislature asking the Assembly to appoint a naval officer for Nantucket
 Harlan, James (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $40
Andrew Johnson's Interior Secretary 1865-66, Iowa US Senator, Robert Lincoln’s father-in-law
 Hendricks, Thomas A. (Letter) $150
1872 ALS by the 1876 Democratic VP candidate, died in 1885 after 8 1/2 months as Cleveland’s VP
 Hereford, Frank & Davis, Henry G. (Signed Album Page) $35
West Virginia 1877-81 US Senators, one the 1904 Democratic VP candidate
 Herrick, Myron T. (Signed Card) $15
Autograph sentiment signed on official card as 42nd Ohio Governor
 Hobart, Garret A. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $150
1899 calling card signed as McKinley’s VP, died in office, replaced on 1900 ticket by Theodore Roosevelt
 Huckabee, Mike (Photograph) $25
Color inscribed portrait of the 2008 & 2016 GOP presidential hopeful, 1999-2007 Arkansas Governor, minister, radio & TV talk show host
 Hughes, Charles Evans (Signed card) $30
Card signed by the statesman and jurist
 Humphrey, Hubert H. (Letter) $75
VP Humphrey thanks a Washington friend for information about a helpful Congressman
 Humphrey, Hubert H. (Letter) $75
VP Humphrey sends Christmas & New Year greetings (and a modest gift) to a Washington pal
 Hurley, Patrick J. (Photograph) $40
Hoover’s Secretary of War, FDR personal envoy during WW II
 Ingalls, John J. & Plumb, Preston B. (Signed Album Page) $25
Kansas’ 1877-91 Republican US Senators
 Jefferson, Thomas (ANS ) $6750
1785 ANS a week before officially taking office as US Minster to France, to a Pennsylvania physician-economist in Paris
 Johnson, Hiram W. (Letter) $75
1940 TLS as Senator, sends thanks for message of congratulations on (last) re-nomination
 Johnson, Reverdy (Letter) $225
1867 ALS while Maryland US Senator, to Governor Thomas Swann, likely discussing President Johnson and the soon-to-be-passed, vetoed, and later the veto-overridden 1867 Reconstruction Acts
 Johnston, John W. & Withers, Robert E. (Signed Album Page) $35
Virginia’s post-Reconstruction Era US Senators
 Julian, George W. (Letter) $75
1875 ALS of the staunch abolitionist, Indiana US Rep, 1852 Free Soil VP candidate, a leader of House Reconstruction-era radical Republicans
 Kefauver, Estes (Letter) $75
Tennessee US Senator, led 1950-51 Senate organized crime investigation, 1956 Democratic VP candidate
 Kellogg, Frank B. (Signed Card) $30
Card signed while Secetary of State, awarded 1929 Nobel Prize for Peace
 Kemp, Jack (Photograph) $20
Professional football player, Congressman, Presidential Cabinet member, 1996 GOP VP candidate
 Kemp, Jack (Signed Official Card) $15
1996 GOP VP candidate, pro football player, New York US Rep, G. H. W. Bush Cabinet Member
 Kemp, Jack (Letter) $30
1996 GOP VP candidate, pro football player, NY US Rep, G. H. W. Bush Cabinet Member
 Kendall, Amos (Letter & Free Frank) $90
1830 LS of Jackson “kitchen cabinet” advisor as 4th Auditor of the Treasury
 Kendall, Amos (Signature) $15
Jackson’s Postmaster General and “kitchen cabinet” member, later Samuel F. B. Morse’s business agent
 Lamar, Lucius Q. C. (Autograph album page) $125
Drafted Mississippi's Ordinance of Secession, CSA diplomat, Cleveland's Interior Secretary, Associate Justice 1888-93
 Landon, Alf (First Day Cover) $30
1954 Kansas Centennial stamp FDC signed by the Kansas Governor and 1936 GOP presidential candidate
 Landon, Alf M. (Signed Card) $25
Kansas Governor, 1936 GOP presidential candidate
 Lansing, Robert (Letter) $150
Uncommon 1917 ALS as Secetary of State, thanking a retired American diplomat for a gift of coffee
 Lansing, Robert (Letter) $125
1916 TLS as Secetary of State, thanks a retired diplomat for assisting with the Second Pan American Scientific Congress
 Lilienthal, David E. (Letter) $60
AEC Chairman Lilienthal appreciates encouragement in the development of the US atomic energy program
 Lodge Jr., Henry Cabot (Letter) $50
1966 TLS as Ambassador to South Vietnam by the Massachusetts US Senator, 1960 GOP VP candidate, diplomat
 Lodge Jr., Henry Cabot (Signed card) $30
Massachusetts US Senator, diplomat, 1960 GOP VP candidate with Nixon
 Lodge Jr., Henry Cabot (Letter) $50
1938 TLS as junior Massachusetts US Senator, Nixon's 1960 running mate, diplomat
 Lodge Sr., Henry Cabot (Signature) $20
1904 signed slip while Massachusetts US Senator
 Long, John D. (Letter) $35
1894 LS while Boston lawyer, declines invitation to address a civic group; later Navy Secretary during Spanish-American War
 Macnider, Hanford "Jack" (Photograph) $60
A founder of the American Legion and National Commander 1921-22, diplomat, led 158th Regimental Combat Team in the Philippines in WW II
 Maddox, Lester (Photograph) $35
Segregationist Georgia governor, 1976 American Independent Party presidential candidate
 Mansfield, Mike (Signed Program) $10
1999 in-person signature of the highly respected former Senate Majority Leader and Ambassador to Japan
 Marcy, William L. (Letter) $60
ALS of the influential early-mid 19th century statesman, likely while Pierce's Secretary of State
 Matthews, Stanley & Thurman, Allen G. (Signed Album Page) $75
Ohio’s 1877-79 Senators, a future Supreme Court Justice and a future VP candidate
 McLane, Louis (Letter) $85
1833 LS as Jackson’s Treasury Secretary
 McLean, John (Letter) $350
1840 ALS while Associate Justice, to the lawyer son of his Assistant when Postmaster General, later counsel for Lincoln assassination conspirators, the Surratts
 McNutt, Paul V. (Letter) $15
Served Indiana, American Legion and Philippines, WW II Federal Security Administrator
 Memminger, Christopher A. (Letter) $325
The former CSA Treasury Secretary talks South Carolina Reconstruction politics with a fellow Signer of the Ordinance of Secession
 Mondale, Walter F. (Letter) $60
TLS as Senator and Jimmy Carter's 1976 Democratic VP nominee
 Mondale, Walter; McCarthy, Eugene; LeVander, Harold (First Day Cover) $35
1970 Minnesota-related First Day Cover signed by Governor LeVander and Senators McCarthy & Mondale
 Morgan, John T. & Spencer, George E. (Signed Album Page) $60
Alabama’s post-Reconstruction US Senators, one a Confederate, one a Unionist
 Morrow, Dwight W. (Photograph) $60
Businessman, lawyer, diplomat, US Senator, father-in-law of Charles Lindbergh
 Morton, Rogers C. B. (Photograph) $25
Signed & inscribed color photo likely while Ford Interior Secretary
 Murphy, Frank (Letter) $135
1948 TLS as Associate Justice – served in Detroit, Manila, Lansing, Justice Department, then to the Supreme Court from 1933-1940!
 Murphy, Frank (Signed Court card) $95
Uncommon signed Court notecard
 Muskie, Edmund S. (Letter) $30
1971 TLS to former Treasury Secretary Fowler, gathering support for his 1972 doomed run for the Democratic presidential nomination
 Nader, Ralph (First Day Cover) $40
Influential consumer advocate, 3-time US presidential candidate
 Nader, Ralph (Autograph Quotation Signed) $60
In-person AQS by the prominent consumer advocate, 3-time presidential candidate
 Norris, George W. (Signed Card) $30
Liberal, progressive Republican Nebraska Congressman & Senator, father of TVA & 20th Amendment
 OConor, Charles (Signed Card) $30
Southern sympathizer, counsel for Jefferson Davis’ treason trial, helped bring down Boss Tweed & the Tweed Ring 1871-75, 1872 “Straight-Out Democrats” presidential nominee
 Owen, Ruth Bryan (Letter) $15
1935 TLS while Ambassador to Denmark (1st woman US ambassador), invitation to composer Charles Wakefield Cadman
 Parker, John M. (Note) $25
Progressive Party 1916 vice presidential candidate, Louisiana governor
 Pickering, Timothy (document) $225
1783 War-dated ADS while Quartermaster General, receipt for funds for carting hay
 Pickering, Timothy (Document) $225
Quarter Master General Pickering's 1783 receipt for funds for forage for the 6th Massachusetts Regiment
 Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth (Check) $950
1802 rare check written by the South Carolina Framer, Federalist 1800 VP and 1804 & 1808 presidential candidate
 Platt, Thomas C. (Letter) $25
1904 TLS by the New York GOP "boss", helped secure nomination of GovernorTheodore Roosevelt for VP in 1900 to get him out of New York State!
 Powell, Colin L. (Photograph) $35
1st African American Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff & Secretary of State, oversaw 1991 “Desert Storm” & 2003 overthrow of Saddam Hussein
 Powell, Colin L. (Photograph) $35
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Secretary of State, oversaw 1991 “Desert Storm” & 2003 overthrow of Saddam Hussein
 Raymond, Henry J. (Autograph Sentiment Signed ) $20
1861 autograph sentiment signed by the 1851 co-founder of The New York Times, a founder of the Republican Party, biographer of Lincoln
 Reid, Whitelaw (Signed Album Page) $20
Signed 1893 album page with unsigned Sarony cabinet photo
 Reid, Whitelaw (Letter) $35
1879 ALS as New York Tribune editor
 Romney, George (Photograph) $25
Business executive, Michigan Governor, Nixon Cabinet member
 Roosevelt, Eleanor (ON HOLD) (Letter) $350
The First Lady congratulates an Arizona woman on the success of a Democratic Women's Day Drive
 Rostow, Walt W. (Photograph) $20
LBJ's Special Assistant for National Security Affairs, his main Vietnam War "hawk"
 Rusk, Dean (Letter) $25
1975 TLS by the JFK-LBJ Secretary of State while University of Georgia Professor of Law
 Schurz, Carl (Signature) $40
German-born diplomat, Civil War general, Missouri US Senator, Secretary of the Interior (Hayes), journalist
 Sergeant, John (Letter) $125
Nice 1838 ALS on penmanship by Henry Clay’s 1832 running mate, written during his last term in Congress
 Sherman, John (Signature) $30
Ca. 1869 signature while Ohio US Senator
 Sherman, John (Letter) $50
1857 ALS of the eminent statesman while a 34-year-old Ohio Congressman
 Smith, Al (Letter) $65
1934 TLS by the former New York governor and 1928 Democratic presidential candidate (1st Catholic nominee), to a Chicago liberal socialite
 Smith, Alfred E. "Al" (Letter) $75
1923 TLS as New York Governor to a State Assemblyman questioning the benefit to the State from his bill
 Smith, Robert (Letter) $150
1792 legal ALS to Robert Carter III from the future Jefferson-Madison Cabinet member
 Southard, Samuel L. (Letter) $90
1824 LS as Navy Secretary trasnsmitting 1825 budget estimates to the Treasury Register
 Sparkman, John (Signed Portrait) $30
1953 signed & inscribed color portrait of the 1952 Democratic VP candidate
 Spencer, John C. (Letter) $90
1833 ALS from the future (Tyler) Secretary of War to the former Secretary of War (J. Q. Adams)
 Spock, Dr. Benjamin (Signed Card) $20
Pediatrician, author, leftist political activist, People's Party 1972 presidential & 1976 VP candidate
 Stimson, Henry L. (Letter) $110
Secretary of State Stimson thanks a noted Atlanta collector for a newspaper editorial copy
 Thomas, Norman (Signed card) $35
Reformer, 6-time Socialist presidential candidate
 Thurman, Allen G. (Signature) $35
Ohio US Senator, unsuccessful 1884 Democratic VP candidate with President Grover Cleveland
 Thurmond, J. Strom (Signed Card) $30
1948 “Dixiecrat” presidential candidate, South Carolina US Senator for 47 Years
 Tilden, Samuel J. (Letter) $125
1885 LS to Treasury Secretary Daniel Manning from the loser of the closest US election until 2000!
 Toombs, Robert (Letter) $175
1856 ALS from Senator Toombs sending his autograph
 Vinson, Fred M. (Signed Program) $75
In-person signature on 1953 Washington dinner program
 Wallace, George C. (Photograph) $60
Segregationist Alabama governor, 1968 3rd party presidential candidate, shot in 1972
 Wallace, George C. (Letter) $75
1973 TLS as Alabama Governor, 4-time presidential candidate, paralyzed in 1972 attempted assassination
 Wallace, Henry A. (Signed Card) $60
Card signed by the controversial FDR-Truman cabinet member, FDR’s 2nd VP, 1948 presidential candidate
 Wallace, Henry A. (Signed Engraving) $75
Nice signed steel engraving as Truman's VP, later his Commerce Secretary and 1948 presidential rival
 Warren, Earl (Letter) $150
California Governor Warren expresses thanks after 2nd reelection victory
 Warren, Earl (Letter) $150
Governor Warren thanks Lincoln biographer G. Lynn Sumner for a signed copy of his book
 Webster, Daniel (Free Franked Panel + Steel Engraving) $175
Senate free franked panel addressed to 1st great US autograph collector
 Webster, Daniel (Letter) $295
1841 LS as Tyler’s Secretary of State regarding passports
 Weinberger, Caspar W. (Photograph) $25
1984 ISP while Reagan's Defense Secretary
 Welles, Gideon (Document) $110
1841 ADS as Hartford, Connecticut Postmaster
 Wheeler, Burton K. (Signed Card) $25
Liberal isolationist Montana US Senator, 1924 Progressive VP candidate
 White, Henry (Letter) $20
1920 TLS from the first US career diplomat, Commissioner to WW I Paris Peace Conference, to diplomat Joseph Grew, later Ambassador to Japan at start of WW II
 Whitlock, Brand (Photograph) $15
Signed photo of the heroic WW I US Ambassador to German-occupied Belgium
 Whitman, Christine Todd (Photograph) $10
Moderate Republican 50th Governor of New Jersey, EPA Administrator (G. W. Bush)
 Willkie, Wendell L. (Signed Card) $75
Corporate lawyer, 1940 Republican presidential candidate
 Wilson, Henry (Letter) $250
March 1869 ALS while Senator mentioning post-Inaugural visit to President Grant
 Winthrop, Robert C. (Letter) $30
1854 ALS declining to address a library association
 Wood, Leonard (Signed Card) $75
Medal of Honor recipient, led “Rough Riders” in Cuba, fought Moros in Philippines, 1916 & 1920 GOP Presidential hopeful, Philippines Governor General 1921-27
 Woodbury, Levi (Letter) $295
Rare Court-related ALS while Associate Justice, offering to present an opinion in Newport

Americana
 Bache, Alexander D. (Letter) $150
1838 ALS to trustee Joseph Hopkinson raising problems with Stephen Girard’s will to further aims of Girard College
 Bellomont, 1st Earl of (Richard Coote) (Signature) $125
Colonial Governor of Massachusetts & New York, arrested pirate Captain Kidd
 Cancel Miranda, Rafael (Photograph) $95
Puerto Rican nationalist, with 3 colleagues shot 5 Congressmen in the House of Representativs in 1954
 Clarkson, Matthew (Letter) $225
1793 ALS to state Comptroller General John Nicholson from the Philadelphia mayor, a hero of the 1793 yellow fever epidemic a few months after
 Clayton, Powell (Letter) $50
1889 TLS from Union general, 1st Republican (“carpetbag”) Arkansas governor
 Cranch, Richard & Baldwin, Loammi (ON HOLD) (Signed Banknote) $60
Canceled Watermarked $4 State of Massachusetts-Bay 1780 US Guaranty Note signed by John Adams’ brother-in-law
 Fowler, Joseph S. & Patterson, David T. (Signatures) $75
Tennessee’s 1st US Senators on 1866 readmission to the Union, both voted “not guilty” in impeachment of trial Andrew Johnson
 Hall, A. Oakley & Connolly, Richard B. (Check) $40
1871 check signed by "Tweed Ring" members, NYC Mayor Hall & City Comptroller Connolly
 Harrod, James (Document) $1150
1785 legal document signed by the frontiersman who built the first settlement in Kentucky
 Hoban, James (Document) $750
Rare 1824 DS of Irish-born architect of The White House as District of Columbia Justice of the Peace
 Lowell, John Amory (Photograph) $175
Boston businessman & philanthropist, 1st Lowell Institute trustee 1839-81, Harvard Fellow 1837-77
 Memminger, Christopher A. (Letter) $325
The former CSA Treasury Secretary talks South Carolina Reconstruction politics with a fellow Signer of the Ordinance of Secession
 Mondale, Walter; McCarthy, Eugene; LeVander, Harold (First Day Cover) $35
1970 Minnesota-related First Day Cover signed by Governor LeVander and Senators McCarthy & Mondale
 Schurz, Carl & Henderson, John B. (Signatures) $85
Missouri’s important, notable ca. 1869 US Senators
 Smith, Samuel Francis (AQS) $750
Signed handwritten 1st & 4th stanzas of the national hymn, “America”
 Stewart, William M. (Signature) $20
49er, one of Nevada’s 1st US Senators, an author of the 15th Amendment, a founder of Chevy Chase, Maryland
 Townsend, Dr. Francis E. (Signature) $25
Creator of Depression era revolving old age pension proposal, “The Townsend Plan”
 Tweed, William M. "Boss" (Document) $195
Boss Tweed approves an invoice for newspaper advertising while New York City's Deputy Street Commissioner

Americana-California
 Dollar, Robert (Letter) $75
TLS of the Scots-born US shipping and lumber magnate, 6 weeks before his death
 Fair, James G. (Signed Card) $50
Co-owner of the Comstock Lode, California real estate & railroad speculator, banker, Nevada US Senator
 Field, Stephen J. (Letter) $250
1875 LS while Associate Justice to a powerful San Francisco financier-businessman, helping his friend meet the US Attorney General for a job interview
 Field, Stephen J. (Letter) $325
Good content 1875 LS while Associate Justice, seemingly currying favor with San Francisco financier-businessman Wm. Ralston, on rooms on his property for the federal judiciary in San Francisco
 Field, Stephen J. (Letter) $325
Lengthy good content 1874 ALS while Associate Justice, to San Francisco financier-businessman Wm. Ralston, mentions recent Court decision affecting banks, thanks him for a $1,200 gift (!), and much more!
 Johnson, Hiram W. (Letter) $75
1940 TLS as Senator, sends thanks for message of congratulations on (last) re-nomination
 Merriam, Frank F. (Letter) $25
1938 TLS as California Governor to a prominent GOP supporter, laments re-election defeat
 Rolph Jr., James (Letter) $20
San Francisco’s 30th & longest serving Mayor, 27th California Governor
 Sargent, Aaron A. & Booth, Newton (Signed Album Page) $30
California’s 1870s US Senators
 Warren, Earl (Letter) $150
Governor Warren thanks Lincoln biographer G. Lynn Sumner for a signed copy of his book
 Wilbur, Curtis D. (Photograph) $30
Signed photo of the California jurist when Coolidge’s Navy Secretary
 Yorty, Sam (Letter) $20
Mayor Yorty defends the LAPD & Chief Parker 2 weeks after the August 1965 Watts Riots

Americana-Hawaii
 Fong, Hiram L. (Letter) $15
1970 TLS from the 1st Asian-American US Senator to Senator Muskie, acknowledging message of re-election congratulations
 Morgan, John Tyler (Signed Card) $65
Alabama CSA cavalry general, KKK Grand Dragon, US Senator 1877-1907

Americana-Maryland
 Agnew, Spiro T. (Signature) $65
Signature of Nixon's 1st VP, 1st VP to resign from office over criminal charges
 Chase, Samuel (Document) $2950
1768 printed DS completed by him and signed while Baltimore lawyer, seeks summons from sheriff to bring a client’s debtor to court
 Dennis, George R. & Whyte, William Pinkney (Signed Album Page) $30
Maryland’s 1875-79 Reconstruction-era US Senators
 Grason, William & Bland, Theodorick (Document) $40
1839 Allegany County, Maryland land grant signed by Governor Grason and Chancellor Bland
 Johnson, Reverdy (Letter) $225
1867 ALS while Maryland US Senator, to Governor Thomas Swann, likely discussing President Johnson and the soon-to-be-passed, vetoed, and later the veto-overridden 1867 Reconstruction Acts
 Mathias Jr., Charles McC. "Mac" (Letter) $15
The Maryland liberal GOP US Senator congratulates colleague Senator Ed Muskie on 1970 reelction
 Randall, James R. (Autograph Quotation Signed) $425
AQS, 2nd stanza of "Maryland, My Maryland!" by the "Poet Laureate of the Lost Cause"
 Ridgely of Hampton (Chas. Ridgely Carnan, Chas. Carnan Ridgely) (Letter) $110
1818 LS as 15th Governor of Maryland, forwarding a message from North Carolina's Governor to the state Assembly
 Smith, Robert (Letter) $150
1792 legal ALS to Robert Carter III from the future Jefferson-Madison Cabinet member
 Stewart, William M. (Signature) $20
49er, one of Nevada’s 1st US Senators, an author of the 15th Amendment, a founder of Chevy Chase, Maryland
 Stoddert, Benjamin (Letter) $295
1807 ALS from the former (and 1st) Navy Secretary on his own tangled finances and investments, mentions possible war with France

Americana-New York/New York City
 Beame, Abraham D. ("Abe") (Letter) $25
1975 TLS by the 1st Jewish NYC mayor, presided over city's mid-1970s fiscal crisis
 Black, Frank S. (Signed Card) $15
New York Governor 1897-98, dropped from the GOP ticket after a scandal, replaced by Theodore Roosevelt
 Brodie, Steve (Signed Card) $65
Colorful Brooklyn bookmaker, claimed to have survived 1886 Brooklyn Bridge jump
 Burnet, William (Document) $395
1721 MsDS as colonial Governor of New York ordering executors to appear before him in a dispute over a will involving an old Dutch family
 Choate, Joseph H. (Letter) $30
The eminent New York lawyer enjoys the 1891 summer Stockbridge heat
 Choate, Joseph H. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $15
Eminent New York City lawyer and diplomat
 Clinton, DeWitt (Letter) $150
1827 ALS as Governor, seeks information before issuing a pardon to an inmate in the nation’s 1st juvenile reformatory
 Clinton, DeWitt (Letter) $125
1825 LS as New York Governor regarding resolution of a county judicial appointment dispute
 Clinton, DeWitt (Document) $95
1813 DS as New York City Mayor
 Cooper, Peter (Signatures) $75
Built 1st US locomotive, supervised laying of 1st transatlantic cable, invented Jell-O, 1876 presidential candidate
 Dickinson, Daniel S. (ON HOLD) (Photograph) $40
Signed carte-de-visite photogrph of the New York politician, US Senator 1844-51, briefly considered to be Lincoln’s 1864 running mate
 Ely Jr., Smith (Letter) $25
1877 LS as Mayor of New York
 Gilder, Richard Watson (Letter) $95
1895 ALS as Chairman to NY Governor Levi Morton on Report of the Tenement House Committee
 Glynn, Martin H. (Signed Card) $15
1st Irish-American Roman Catholic Governor of New York 1913-14
 Harper, James (Document) $50
Co-founded Harper Bros. publishers, “Know-Nothing” NYC Mayor 1844-45, established 1st municipal police force
 Hewitt, Abram S. (Signed Card) $25
Manufactured 1st American-made structural iron beams 1870, called "Father of the New York City Subway System"
 Hill, David B. (Signed Card) $15
New York Governor and US Senator, rival of Grover Cleveland
 Hoffman, John T. (Letter) $25
New York City Mayor 1866-68, NY Governor 1869-72, ties to Boss Tweed ruined further ambitions
 Jerome, William Travers (Signed card) $30
Anti-corruption NYC DA 1902-09, prosecuted Harry Thaw for Stanford White murder; cousin of Winston Churchill
 Koch, Ed (Letter) $20
1978 TLS as Mayor, to the Commandant of the Army War College, is pleased at the success of the AWC’s visit to NYC and candid presentations by City leaders
 Low, Seth (Letter) $25
1st President of Columbia University, reformist 2nd Mayor of New York City
 Marcy, William L. (Letter) $60
ALS of the influential early-mid 19th century statesman, likely while Pierce's Secretary of State
 Opdyke, George (Letter) $50
1862 LS from New York City’s Civil War Mayor
 Platt, Thomas C. (Letter) $25
1904 TLS by the New York GOP "boss", helped secure nomination of GovernorTheodore Roosevelt for VP in 1900 to get him out of New York State!
 Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Letter) $450
1930 TLS as New York Governor to Warm Springs' manager on taking in a needy Memphis girl as a patient
 Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Photograph) $695
ISP likely while New York governor
 Smith, Al (Letter) $65
1934 TLS by the former New York governor and 1928 Democratic presidential candidate (1st Catholic nominee), to a Chicago liberal socialite
 Smith, Al (Signed Card) $25
New York governor, 1928 Democratic presidential candidate (1st Catholic nominee)
 Smith, Alfred E. "Al" (Letter) $75
1923 TLS as New York Governor to a State Assemblyman questioning the benefit to the State from his bill
 Tilden, Samuel J. (Letter) $125
1885 LS to Treasury Secretary Daniel Manning from the loser of the closest US election until 2000!
 Tweed, William M. "Boss" (Document) $195
Boss Tweed approves an invoice for newspaper advertising while New York City's Deputy Street Commissioner
 Wadsworth Jr., James W. (Photograph) $15
Conservative GOP NY US Senator 1915-27, opposed Prohibition & women’s suffrage, US Rep 1933-51
 Woodford, Stewart L. (ANS) $15
1868 ANS while NY Lieutenant Governor

Americana-Panama Canal
 Goethals, George W. (ON HOLD) (Signed Card) $95
US Army engineer, supervised construction and opening of the Panama Canal, 1st Civil Governor of Panama Canal Zone 1914-16

Americana-Texas
 Clements Jr., William P. (Letter) $20
1975 TLS from the Deputy Secretary of Defense, twice Texas governor, to the Army War College Commandant, thanking him for making a colonel available to him for a trip to Saudi Arabia
 Connally, Tom (Signed Card) $15
Texas US Senator 1929-53, chaired Senate Foreign Relations Committee during and after WW II
 Garner, John Nance (Signed card) $40
Card signed by FDR's 1st VP, the only man to serve as Speaker of the House and President of the Senate on the same day!
 Jones, Jesse (Letter) $15
Brief TLS by the Houston entrepreneur as FDR’s Commerce Secretary 1940-44, led RFC 1933-45
 Marcus, Stanley (Letter) $10
1978 TLS from the 1950-76 head of Dallas-based luxury specialty retailer, Neiman Marcus
 Patman, Wright (Letter) $215
Powerful chair of the House Banking and Currency Committee thanks Senator Muskie for congratulatory telegram on his reelection
 Rayburn, Sam (ON HOLD) (Letter) $90
1950 TLS as House Speaker, "Mr. Sam" thanks a former House member for a telegram of sympathy on Rayburn's brother's death

Americana-Virginia
 Byrd, Harry F. (Letter) $35
1953 TLS from Virginia Governor & Senator, 1956 “States Rights” presidential candidate
 Byrd, Harry F. (Signed Card) $20
Virginia Governor & Senator, 1956 “States Rights” presidential candidate
 Johnston, John W. & Withers, Robert E. (Signed Album Page) $35
Virginia’s post-Reconstruction Era US Senators
 Lee, Fitzhugh (Signed Card) $150
CSA Virginia cavalry commander, nephew of R. E. Lee, US Major General in Spanish-American War
 Lee, Robert E. (ON HOLD) (Signature) $2250
Clipped signature from an ALS to a nephew
 Preston, William Ballard (Signature) $50
Secretary of the Navy (Taylor), authored 1861 Virginia secession resolution
 Stuart, Alexander H. H. (Signed Card) $35
Card signed by Fillmore’s Interior Secretary, instrumental in restoring Virginia to the Union in 1870
 Swanson, Claude (Letter) $20
1921 TLS as Virginia US Senator praising the work of the outgoing Comptroller of the Currency
 Trinkle, Elbert Lee (Letter) $15
1923 TLS as Virginia Governor appointing a Richmond woman as a delegate to the United States Good Roads Association's annual convention
 Trinkle, Elbert Lee (Letter) $15
1925 TLS as Governor appointing a Richmond woman a delegate to the 1926 Annual Meeting of the American Forestry Association and the Southern Forestry Congress
 Wise, Henry A. (Letter) $225
ALS while Virginia Governor, signed John Brown’s death warrant; CSA general

Americana-Washington, D.C. Area
 Hoban, James (Document) $750
Rare 1824 DS of Irish-born architect of The White House as District of Columbia Justice of the Peace
 Kendall, Amos (Letter) $110
1838 ALS while Van Buren’s Postmaster General
 Ripley II, S. Dillon (Letter) $10
Smithsonian Secretary accepts an invitation to attend a pre-1981 Inaugural reception for VP-elect Bush
 Stoddert, Benjamin (Letter) $295
1807 ALS from the former (and 1st) Navy Secretary on his own tangled finances and investments, mentions possible war with France
 Stoddert, Benjamin (Letter) $275
1801 ALS from the former (1st) Navy Secretary regarding his own tangled finances & investments
 Thornton, William (Document) $175
Designed US Capitol, 1st Architect of the Capitol, 1st Patent Office Superintendent

Art & Architecture
 Albers, Josef (Letter) $225
1964 ALS arranging a lunch with notable Czech-born graphic designer Ladislav Sutnar
 Bartlett, Paul W. (Signed Card) $30
1901 card signed by the Beaux-Arts sculptor, best known for "The Apotheosis of Democracy", the House of Representatives pediment at the US Capitol
 Bellows, George (Signature) $135
Frameable signature of the eminent early 20th century American realist artist, died at 43
 Benton, Thomas Hart (Signed Portrait) $85
Signed 1970 color self-portrait postcard reproduction of the Regionalist painter-muralist
 Brimmer Jr., Martin (Photograph) $50
Signed 1860 carte-de-visite photo of the Harvard Fellow, 1st president of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts
 Corbett, Harvey Wiley (Autograph Statement Signed) $125
Lovely handwritten statement on the importance of architecture and architects in society
 French, Daniel Chester (Letter) $225
The eminent American sculptor on preparation of his medal commemorating the Battle of Manila Bay
 French, Daniel Chester (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $115
Eminent American sculptor, created seated Lincoln statue for Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC
 Grant, Gordon (Signature) $30
Frameable signature of the artist known for maritime subjects
 Hastings, Thomas D. (Letter) $110
Architect who transformed St. Augustine, Florida, designed New York Public Library & Arlington Cemetery’s Memorial Ampitheater
 Hoban, James (Document) $750
Rare 1824 DS of Irish-born architect of The White House as District of Columbia Justice of the Peace
 Kingman, Dong (Signed Reproduction) $20
Twice signed greeting card reproduction of his “Wall Street”, created for Forbes
 Loewy, Raymond (Photograph) $135
20th century industrial designer, created Shell & Exxon logos, presidential Air Force One design, Studebaker Avanti, Lucky Strike package, etc.
 Luhan, Mabel Dodge (Signature) $75
Rare autograph of the wealthy patron associated with the Taos Art Colony; author
 Miro, Joan (Photograph) $1100
Photo of, and signed by, the great Catalan artist, taken by “the American Oskar Schindler”, Varian Fry
 Morris, Benjamin Wister (Letter) $75
Prominent NYC architect, designed interiors for ocean liner “Queen Mary”, NYC skyscrapers
 Neiman, Leroy (ON HOLD) (Signed Card) $20
American artist best known for brightly colored expressionistic paintings of musicians & sporting events
 Powers, Hiram (Signed Album Page) $30
First great American sculptor, many of his works in the US Capitol's Statuary Hall
 Remington, Frederic (Framed Letter) $1495
Handsomely framed letter from Frederic Remington to Hearst political cartoonist Homer Davenport, shortly before Remington is off to Cuba
 Remington, Frederic (Letter) $995
Interesting ALS giving advice to, and asking for a print of a lecture from, an Army officer friend soon off to Cuba – where he would die of yellow fever!
 Rivers, Larry (Signature) $30
Frameable signature of the New York School “pop” artist
 Rockwell, Norman (Signed Print) $350
Signed frameable large print of his “Jockey Weighing In”
 Ruckstuhl, Frederick W. (Signed Card) $20
Beaux-Arts sculptor, won Grand Medal at 1893 World's Columbian Exposition, 3 of his works in US Capitol's National Statuary Hall
 Segal, George (First Day Cover) $20
“Pop Art” sculptor noted for casting life-size figures and hosting original “happenings”
 Sendak, Maurice (Autograph album page) $45
In-person signature of the celebrated children's book author-illustrator
 Smith, Howard E. (Letter & Original Sketch) $50
Original ink sketch of a cowboy on a bucking bronco on 1920 TLS of the American Impressionist artist, student of Howard Pyle
 Soyer, Raphael (Signed Reproduction) $50
Reproduction of self portrait signed by the noted American social realist artist
 Stone, Edward Durrell (Photograph) $90
Exponent of International Style of architecture
 Thornton, William (Document) $175
Designed US Capitol, 1st Architect of the Capitol, 1st Patent Office Superintendent
 Wyeth, Andrew (Signature) $150
Inscribed signature of the major mid-20th century American realist painter

Art-Cartoons & Comics
 Arno, Peter (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $40
Autograph sentiment signed by the great “New Yorker” cartoonist
 Cady, Harrison (Signature) $30
Wrote and drew “Peter Rabbit” comic strip 1920-48, illustrator partner of Thornton Burgess for 50 years
 Caniff, Milt (Letter) $50
Caniff is pleased "Steve Canyon" panel on soil stablization was used by the "Chemical and Engineering News"
 Capp, Al (Photograph) $75
Signed photo of the creator of “L’il Abner”
 Capp, Al (Signed TIME Cover) $85
1950 TIME cover inscribed & signed by the creator of the comic classic, “L’il Abner”
 Capp, Al (ON HOLD) (Letter) $135
Very good content TLS from the creator of “L’il Abner” to his co-creator of “Abbie ‘n Slats”, Raeburn Van Buren
 Crosby, Percy (Letter) $50
The creator of the popular “Skippy” comic strip appreciates an invitation to attend exhibition drills at Fort Myer, Virginia
 Crosby, Percy L. (Photograph) $75
Controversial creator of the popular 1923-45 comic strip “Skippy”
 Ed, Carl (Original Sketches) $110
Two pencil drawings on cards of his 1919-59 popular comic strip characters, Harold Teen & Lillums Lovewell
 Fisher, Bud (Signed Card) $75
Vintage signed card by the creator of “Mutt and Jeff”
 Fox, Fontaine (Signed Sketch) $125
Signed original sketch of Toonerville Trolley's "Aunt Eppie Hogg"
 Gross, Milt (Signed Envelope) $10
Popular 1920’s-40’s cartoonist-animator noted for Yiddish-inflected dialogue
 Hershfield, Harry (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $30
The “Jewish Will Rogers”, radio, television and newspaper humorist, “Abie The Agent” comic strip creator
 King, Frank O. (Signed Printed Sketch) $40
Signed 1951 printed sketch of Corky from “Gasoline Alley”
 Lantz, Walter (ON HOLD) (Signed Sketch) $95
Signed original 1979 sketch of “Woody Woodpecker”
 Lichty, George M. (First Day Cover) $10
First Day Cover signed by the cartoonist, 1932 creator of “Grin and Bear It”
 McBride, Clifford (Letter) $15
Popular 1930’s-50s cartoonist noted for “Napoleon and Uncle Elby” strip
 ONeill, Rose C. (Signature) $110
1st American woman cartoonist, “Queen of Bohemian Society”, inspired song “Rose of Washington Square”
 Patterson, Russell (Signed Portrait) $40
Cartoonist, illustrator-promoter of the Jazz Age “flapper”, Broadway & Hollywood costume and scenic designer
 Schulz, Charles M. (Letter) $250
1998 TLS regarding plans for what would be a 2006 “Peanuts” TV special featuring Schulz’s childhood passion, the game of marbles!
 Smith, Sidney (Photograph) $110
Signed photo of the creator of “The Gumps” comic strip that ran for 42 years!
 Smith, Sidney (Signed Original Sketch) $150
Signed original sketch of Andy Gump
 Smith, Sidney (Signed Original Sketch) $150
Signed original sketch of Tilda, The Gumps’ annoying maid
 Van Buren, Raeburn "Ray" (Original Sketch) $75
Original 1936 sketch by the co-creator of the “Abbie ‘an Slats” comic strip

Art-Photographers
 Adams, Ansel (Signed Postcard Reproduction) $95
Signed postcard reproduction of his great Yosemite’s “Half Dome, Merced River, Winter”
 Fairless, Benjamin F. (Photograph) $30
Karsh photograph of, and signed by, US Steel’s 1938-53 President
 Van Der Zee, James (Signature) $195
African-American photographer, noted for portraits of Black celebrities and ordinary people of Harlem
 Van Vechten, Carl (Letter) $90
American writer and photographer, patron of “the Harlem Renaissance”

Aviation & Space
 Acosta, Bert (Photograph) $95
“Bad Boy of the Air”, 2014 Aviation Hall of Fame inductee, set 1921 air speed & 1927 air endurance records, flew nonstop transatlantic flight with Byrd 33 days after Lindbergh
 Aldrin, Edwin E. "Buzz" (Autograph album page) $125
Performed 1st succcessful EVA, 2nd man to walk on the Moon
 Allen Jr., Lew (Letter) $30
1979 TLS as Air Force Chief of Staff on addressing US Army War College class, led Jet Propulsion Laboratory 1982-90
 Allen, Joseph P. (Photograph) $35
Space Shuttle scientist-astronaut, flew on STS5 & STS51-A missions
 Allen, William M. (Signed TIME Portrait) $75
1954 Signed TIME portrait of the ground-breaking Boeing executive, Aviation Hall of Fame member
 Armstrong, Neil (Photograph) $2995
Inscribed & signed NASA color photo in spacesuit, Moon in background
 Bixby, Dianna & Robert (Signed Card) $20
1950 husband & wife around-the-world flyers, Dianna killed in 1955 crash attempting solo around-the-world record flight
 Boyd, J. Erroll (FDC) $35
"The Canadian Lindbergh", 1st Canadian & 2nd British citizen to fly the Atlantic
 Cernan, Gene (ON HOLD) (Signed card) $75
Card inscribed & signed by the 12th, and last, Moonwalker
 Collins, Michael (Signed NASA Brochure) $350
NASA Apollo 11 Mission Report signed by command module pilot Collins
 Collins, Michael (Letter) $250
1979 TLS to the head of the Army War College by the Apollo 11 command module pilot while Under Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution
 Collins, Michael (Photograph) $395
Signed NASA color photo of the Apollo 11 command module pilot
 Conrad Jr., Charles "Pete" (Signed Card) $85
Card signed by the 3rd Moonwalker, Gemini, Apollo and Skylab astronaut
 Cooper, Gordon (Signed Album Page) $125
Original Mercury 7 Astronaut, flew 1963 “Faith 7” & 1965 Gemini 5 missions
 Corrigan, Douglas "Wrong Way" (signature) $50
Folk hero for “mistakenly” flying New York-Ireland solo 1938
 Crippen, Robert L. (Photograph) $65
NASA astronaut, flew 4 Space Shuttle missions, 3 as commander
 Crippen, Robert; Gardner, Dale; Gardner, Guy; Ross, Jerry; Mullane, Mike; Aldridge Jr., Pete; Watterson, Brett (Signed Cover) $75
Cover signed by crew of canceled 1980 Space Shuttle 62-A mission
 Cunningham, Walt; Eisele, Donn; Schirra, Wally (Autograph album page) $175
Autograph album page signed in person by the 1968 Apollo 7 astronauts
 Dunbar, Bonnie (FDC) $25 Special Offer: $20
Signed 1980 FDC honoring pioneer aviatrix Blanche Stuart Scott

 Eaker, Ira C. (Letter) $150
Nice content postwar TLS as Hughes Tool Co. vice president
 Eaker, Ira C. (Letter) $110
Nice 1977 TLS of the early US Army pilot, deputy commander of US Army Forces in WW II to the Commandant of the Army War College
 Eaker, Ira C. (Letter) $150
Uncommon ALS of deputy USAAF commander, led bomber command in Europe
 Feoktistov, Konstantin (First Day Cover) $60
Soviet engineer-cosmonaut, flew on 1964 Voskhod I spaceflight as 1st civilian in space, headed team that designed Salyut & Mir space stations
 Fitzmaurice, James & Kohl, Hermann (Signed Menu) $75
Program for dinner honoring 1st East-West nonstop transatlantic flight crew members, signed by 2 of the 3 famed aviators
 Fullerton, Gordon (Photograph) $40
Air Force & NASA astronaut, research pilot, test flew Space Shuttle prototype Enterprise, piloted STS-3 & Spacelab 2
 Gabreski, Francis S. (Typed Quotation Signed) $80
Nice patriotic TQS on duty and faith signed by the top WW II ETO fighter pilot ace, 1 of 7 aces also in Korean War
 Glenn, John (Photograph) $95
2nd American in space, 1st to orbit Earth, US Senator
 Glenn, John & Annie (Signed sentiment) $75
Autograph Sentiment Signed by Annie Glenn and her husband John
 Hartsfield, Hank (Signature) $20
In-person astronaut signature, adds Space Shuttle flights
 Hinton, Walter (Signed Cover) $50
1930 cover signed by the pilot of NC-4 on 1919 1st transatlantic flight
 Irwin, James B. (Signed Brochure) $85
Religious brochure color cover portrait in space suit signed by the 8th Moonwalker
 Jackson, Dale & OBrine, Forest (Signed Cover) $50
St. Louis aviators, set flight endurance records in 1929 & 1930 (latter sadly not officially recognized)
 Jones, David C. (Letter) $30
1979 TLS as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, regrets he is unable to address the National Security Seminar at the Army War College
 Kenney, George C. (ON HOLD) (Signed card) $35
Led MacArthur’s air war in the SW Pacific, 1st head of the postwar Strategic Air Command
 Kittinger, Joseph W. (Signed Cover) $25
1984 Vatican City cover honoring his 1984 1st solo transatlantic balloon flight
 Langley, Samuel P. (Letter) $425
1875 ALS of the aviation pioneer, 3rd Smithsonian Secretary and noted astronomer, devised precise time standards needed with growth of railroads
 Lind, Don L. (Photograph) $30
Waited 19 years for his only space flight, 1985 STS-51-B, 1st operational Spacelab mission
 Lousma, Jack (Photograph) $45
Astronaut, 1973 Skylab 3 pilot, commanded 1982 STS-3 (3rd Space Shuttle mission)
 Lousma, Jack & Fullerton, C. Gordon (Signed Launch Cover) $65
Signed 1982 3rd Columbia Space Shuttle flight launch cover
 Lousma, Jack R. (Photograph) $45
US astronaut, piloted 1973 Skylab 3 mission, commanded 1982 3rd shuttle “Columbia” flight
 Lovell Jr., James A. (Letter) $175
1974 TLS of the Gemini 7 & 12 and Apollo 8 & 13 astronaut
 Mac Cready Jr. , Paul B. (First Day Cover) $20
Aeronautical engineer, pioneer in human-powered, solar, and alternate energy-powered flight
 Macready, John A. (ON HOLD) (Signed Cover) $30
Notable early aviator, co-pilot of 1923 1st nonstop transcontinental flight
 Mattern, Jimmie & Griffin, Bennett (Signatures) $40
Signatures of pilots of failed 1932 "Century of Progress" round-the-world flight
 McNair, Ronald E. (Photograph) $295
2nd African-American in space, killed in 1986 “Challenger” disaster
 McNarney, Joseph T. (Photograph) $75
US Army aviator, Deputy Army Chief of Staff, led US forces in Mediterranean Theater, and US occupation forces in Germany
 McNarney, Joseph T. (Signed Envelope) $75
Army aviator, Deputy Chief of Staff under Geo. C. Marshall, led US forces in Mediterranean Theater & US occupation forces in Germany
 McNarney, Joseph T. (Letter) $95
US Army aviator, Army Deputy Chief of Staff, led US Forces in Mediterranean Theater, and US Occupation Forces in Germany
 Miller Watson, Florene (Photograph) $30
One of the original 25 WW II Women’s Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron, later Women's Airforce Service Pilots (WASP)
 Mitchell, Edgar D. (Flight Cover) $85
Apollo 14 splashdown cover signed by the 6th Moonwalker
 Momeyer, William M. (Letter) $35
33rd Fighter Group commander in WW II opposed Tuskegee Airmen in combat, led 7th Air Force and Tactical Command in Vietnam, Deputy Commander of MACV for Air Operations
 Morrow, Dwight W. (Photograph) $60
Businessman, lawyer, diplomat, US Senator, father-in-law of Charles Lindbergh
 Nebel, Rudolf (Signed Photograph & Quotation) $50
Early German rocketry & space flight advocate
 Onizuka, Ellison S. (Cover) $195
Space Shuttle astronaut killed in 1986 "Challenger" disaster!
 Pogue, William R. "Bill" (Photograph) $35
Pilot of 1973-74 Skylab 4, 3rd and last mission to 1st US space station, longest manned space flight
 Quesada, E. R. "Pete" (Letter) $50
1977 TLS of the pioneer aviator, as Major General led 9th Air Force at Normandy, 1st FAA administrator 1959-61, Washington Senators owner 1961-63
 Quesada, Elwood R. "Pete" (Photograph) $40
Photo in uniform as Army Air Corps Major General, pioneer aviator led 9th Air Force at Normandy, 1st FAA administrator, Washington Senators owner 1961-63
 Quesada, Elwood R. "Pete" (Photograph) $40
Pioneer aviator, WW II Army Air Corps general, provided close air support at Normandy landings and breakout, 1st FAA Administrator, Washington Senators owner 1961-63
 Read, A(lbert). C(ushing). (First Day Cover) $35
US Navy aviator, piloted NC-4 on 1919 1st transatlantic flight
 Richman, Harry (Photograph) $25
Popular entertainer, famed for recording & film “Puttin’ on the Ritz”, co-piloted 1936 1st transatlantic round trip flight
 Rosendahl, Charles E. (Photograph) $90
US Navy airship advocate, commanded “Los Angeles” & “Akron”, Lakehurst CO 1934-38
 Ryan, T. Claude (Photograph) $150
Pioneer airplane manufacturer, company built Lindbergh’s “The Spirit of St. Louis”
 Schmitt, Harrison "Jack" (Signed card) $50
Apollo 17 scientist-astronaut, 12th Moonwalker
 Schweickart, Rusty (Signed card) $40
Emmy Award-Winning Apollo 9 Lunar Module (1st manned test) pilot
 See Jr., Elliot M. (Photograph) $250
Member of 2nd US astronaut group, scheduled Gemini 9 command pilot, killed in 1966 accident
 Sevestyanov, Vitaly Ivanovich (Photograph) $85
1970 signed photo of USSR Soyuz 9 & 18 cosmonaut
 Spaatz, Carl A. (letter) $115
One of 1st Army pilots, led USAAF in Europe, developed daylight bombing strategy against Germany, 1st Air Force Chief of Staff 1947-48
 Stewart, Homer J. (Photograph) $50
US rocket pioneer, helped develop Explorer I, 1st US satellite launched Jan. 1958
 Sweeney, Charles W. & Tibbets, Paul W. (Photograph) $295
Uncommon photo jointly signed by the “Enola Gay” (Hiroshima) and “Bockscar” (Nagasaki) atomic bomb mission pilots
 Tibbets, Paul W. (Signature) $75
Piloted “Enola Gay” on August 1945 Hiroshima atomic bomb mission
 Titov, Gherman (Signed card) $60
Soviet cosmonaut, 4th man in space, 2nd to orbit the Earth (1960)
 Towers, John H. (Signed Card) $75
Pioneer Navy pilot, with NC-3 on 1919 1st transatlantic flight, commanded 1st US aircraft carrier, ADM Nimitz's deputy in the Pacific Theater
 Towers, John H. (Photograph) $125
Pioneer US Navy aviator,with NC-3 on 1919 1st transatlantic flight, commanded 1st US aircraft carrier, deputy to ADM Nimitz in Pacific
 Turner, Roscoe (First Day Cover) $25
Colorful American barnstormer, stunt pilot, air racer, Bendix and Thompson Trophy winner
 Twining, Nathan F. (Signed Cover) $25
Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff 1957-60m 1st from the Air Force, flew in Pacific and European theaters in WW II
 White, Thomas D. (Signed card) $50
1945 card signed as Brigadier General commanding 7th Air Force on Okinawa, later Air Force Chief of Staff
 Williams, Roger Q. (Signed Card) $15
Broke over water flying record in 1929, flew 1st NY-Bermuda round trip 1930
 Worden, Al (Photograph) $25
1971 Apollo 15 moon mission Command Module Pilot

Black (African-American) Leaders
 Alexander Jr., Clifford L. (letter) $20
1977 TLS as Secretary of the Army, 1st African-American to hold that office
 Anderson, Marian (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $110
1944 autograph sentiment signed by the famed contralto
 Arrington Jr., Richard (Letter) $15
1st African-American Birmingham, Alabama mayor served 1979-99
 Arroyo, Martina (Autograph album page) $15
Sensational African-Americansoprano, starred at Zurich 1963-65 and at the Met 1965-78, 1st black singer to portray Elsa in Wagner's "Lohengrin" (1968)
 Booker, Simeon (Letter) $75
Good content 1958 letter on JFK from the crusading newspaperman called the “Jackie Robinson of journalism”
 Brown, James (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $175
1993 in-person Autograph Sentiment Signed by “The Godfather of Soul”
 Brown, Mildred D. (Letter) $40
1975 ALS to the Army War College Commandant by a civil rights leader, praising his remarks on possibilities and challenges facing young people as future leaders
 Cullen, Countee (Signed Card) $195
1928 card signed by the renowned African-American poet, a leading figure in the Harlem Renaissance
 Doar, John (Leter) $75
1980 TLS by the Justice Dept. Civil Rights Division lawyer, prosecuted murderers of civil rights martyrs Viola Liuzzo, James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner, protected James Meredith at Ole Miss, walked into Montgomery ahead of Dr. King
 Dunham, Katherine (Photograph) $75
Vintage signed photo of the "Matriarch & Queen Mother of Black Dance"
 Hatcher, Richard G. (Photograph) $15
1st elected African-American mayor of a large US city
 Horne, Lena (ON HOLD) (Signed Card) $60
Singer, dancer, actress, civil rights activist, 1st Black performer to sign long-term studio contract
 Jackson, Rev. Jesse L. (Photograph) $25
Signed color photo from his 1984 presidential campaign, 2nd African American to mount a national campaign
 King, Coretta Scott (Signed Cover) $125
JFK assassination 5th anniversary commemorative cover signed by Dr. King's widow
 McNair, Ronald E. (Photograph) $295
2nd African-American in space, killed in 1986 “Challenger” disaster
 Mills Brothers (Photograph) $110
1936-57 photo signed by the fabulous Mills Brothers
 Mitchell, Leona (Photograph) $15
Renowned African-American lyric-spinto soprano
 Norman, Jessye (ANS) $20
Christmas wishes from the popular African-American dramatic soprano
 Powell, Colin L. (Signed Bookplate) $20
In-person signed frameable bookplate
 Powell, Colin L. (Photograph) $35
1st African American Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff & Secretary of State, oversaw 1991 “Desert Storm” & 2003 overthrow of Saddam Hussein
 Powell, Colin L. (Photograph) $35
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Secretary of State, oversaw 1991 “Desert Storm” & 2003 overthrow of Saddam Hussein
 Revels, Hiram R. (Signature) $295
First African-American US Senator/Member of Congress
 Rowan, Carl T. (Photograph) $15
Acclaimed African-American journalist, diplomat and government official
 Sims, Naomi (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $15
1st African-American supermodel, businesswoman, author
 Van Der Zee, James (Signature) $195
African-American photographer, noted for portraits of Black celebrities and ordinary people of Harlem
 Van Vechten, Carl (Letter) $90
American writer and photographer, patron of “the Harlem Renaissance”
 Vaughn, Sarah (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $60
Frameable 1949 sentiment signed by “The Divine One”
 Wade, James Franklin (Signed Card) $30
Son of Ohio Radical Republican Senator Benj. F. Wade, led African-American"buffalo soldier" regiments in West 1864-87, as Major General US Vols, supervised 1898 Spanish evacuation of Cuba & Puerto Rico
 Waller, Thomas "Fats" (Document) $225
1936 receipt signed by the popular songwriter, master of the stride piano
 Waller, Thomas "Fats" (Document) $250
1934 Harlem Opera House salary advance receipt signed by the popular songwriter, master of the stride piano
 Weaver, Robert C. (First Day Cover) $20
1st HUD Secretary & 1st African-American Cabinet member
 White, Josh (Autograph album page) $65
Vintage autograph sentiment signed in person on an album page by the blacklisted singer, songwriter, and activist
 Wilkins, Roy (Signed Portrait) $75
Led NAACP in 1960's struggle for African-American civil rights
 Young, Andrew (Photograph) $20
SCLC associate of Dr. King, Carter UN Ambassador, Atlanta Mayor

Business & Finance
 Albee II, Edward F. (Photograph) $95
Vaudeville impressario (grandfather of the playwright), with partner B. F. Keith, first introduced motion pictures in the US
 Allen, William M. (Signed TIME Portrait) $75
1954 Signed TIME portrait of the ground-breaking Boeing executive, Aviation Hall of Fame member
 Altman, Benjamin (Check) $50
Check signed by founder of B. Altman & Co. department stores, notable philanthropist
 Angell, Sir (Ralph) Norman (Letter) $40
English 1933 Nobel Peace Prize laureate, believed that European economic integration would make militarism obsolete
 Baer, George F. (Photograph) $115
J. P. Morgan’s Pennsylvania representative, railroad executive, bitterly fought miners in 1902 Pennsylvania coal strike
 Baldwin, William H. (Photograph) $35
Boston businessman & philanthropist, led Boston Young Men’s Christian Union 1868-1907
 Barton, Bruce F. (ANS) $15
Successful advertising executive and author, GOP congressional foe of FDR (“Martin, Barton, and Fish”)
 Biddle, Nicholas (Signature) $65
Clipped close of an ALS of the American financier and banker + portrait
 Biddle, Nicholas (Letter) $225
ALS written shortly after opening state-chartered The Bank of the United States in Pennsylvania
 Blough, Roger (Signed Portrait) $15
US Steel CEO 1959-69, battled Kennedy administration in 1962 steel price hike controversey
 Boutwell, George S. (Letter) $65
1870 ALS as Grant's 1st Treasury Secretary, sends his autograph to an admirer
 Brisbane, Arthur (Letter) $60
1932 TLS from Hearst's "virtual executive director" to Hearst's personal assistant-secretary after a visit to San Simeon
 Brooks, John (Document) $90
1820 DS as Massachusetts Governor transmitting a legislative resolution opposing a constitutional amendment proposed by Pennsylvania against national bank expansion
 Burke, John M. (Letter) $110
Buffalo Bill’s famed press agent, one of the great public relations legends
 Burns, William J. (ON HOLD) (Photograph) $75
1921 signed photo of the famed detective while head of US Bureau of Investigation, FBI forerunner
 Busch Jr., August Anheuser (Photograph) $50
Signed photograph of the brewery magnate and baseball executive
 Chandler, Otis (Photograph) $15
Signed photo of the Los Angeles Times publisher 1960-80, chairman of Times-Mirror 1980-85
 Cooper, Peter (Signatures) $75
Built 1st US locomotive, supervised laying of 1st transatlantic cable, invented Jell-O, 1876 presidential candidate
 Depew, Chauncey M. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $25
New York lawyer & US Senator, represented Vanderbilt railroad interests, NY Central Railroad president 1885-98
 Depew, Chauncey M. (Photograph) $125
Signed Sarony cabinet photograph of the New York lawyer, railroad executive & US Senator
 Dollar, Robert (Letter) $75
TLS of the Scots-born US shipping and lumber magnate, 6 weeks before his death
 Du Pont, Pierre S. (Photograph) $225
Nice portrait of the President & Director of E. I. du Pont De Nemours & General Motors, owned Longwood Gardens estate
 Duvall, Gabriel (Signature) $75
Clipped signature as (1st) US Treasury Comptroller, served on Marshall Court 1812-35
 Eaton, Cyrus S. (letter) $25
Cleveland investment banker, opponent of the Cold War, dubbed “the Kremlin's favorite capitalist"
 Fair, James G. (Signed Card) $50
Co-owner of the Comstock Lode, California real estate & railroad speculator, banker, Nevada US Senator
 Fairless, Benjamin F. (Photograph) $30
Karsh photograph of, and signed by, US Steel’s 1938-53 President
 Farley, James A. (Letter) $30
Farley seeks Ambassador Grew’s comments on his letter to the President of the National Committee For Free Europe
 Flower, Roswell P. (Signed Card) $15
Card signed by the 30th Governor of New York
 Ford Sr., William Clay (First Day Cover) $15
Youngest grandson of Henry Ford, owner of NFL Detroit Lions
 Foster Jr., Charles W. (Signed Card) $20
1891 card signed as Benj. Harrison’s Treasury Secretary
 Gannett, Frank E. (Autographed Sentiment Signed) $20
1944 card signed by the media mogul, founded Gannett Corporation
 Gifford, Walter S. (Photograph) $30
AT&T president 1925-48, oversaw tremendous corporate growth & pioneering technology
 Gilfillan, James (Signature) $15
(13th) Treasurer of the United States, 1877-83
 Guggenheim, Simon (Signature) $20
Noted Colorado businessman, philanthropist, US Senator 1907-13
 Hammer, Armand (Photograph) $75
Oil tycoon noted for close Cold War USSR ties, art collector & philanthropist
 Harper, James (Document) $50
Co-founded Harper Bros. publishers, “Know-Nothing” NYC Mayor 1844-45, established 1st municipal police force
 Hearst, William Randolph (Letters) $595
Hearst details his thoughts on outdoor issues relating to his St. Donat's Castle in Wales, bought as a gift for Marion Davies, to his personal European representative
 Hearst, William Randolph (ANS) $225
Draft Hearst telegram to a London representative providing for a clergyman's Christmas gift!
 Hearst, William Randolph (Letter) $350
Hearst micromanages the furnishing of his Wyntoon estate!
 Hewitt, Abram S. (Signed Card) $25
Manufactured 1st American-made structural iron beams 1870, called "Father of the New York City Subway System"
 Jones, Jesse (Letter) $15
Brief TLS by the Houston entrepreneur as FDR’s Commerce Secretary 1940-44, led RFC 1933-45
 Kahn, Otto W. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $40
Banker, philanthropist, patron of the arts
 Kendall, Amos (Letter) $110
1838 ALS while Van Buren’s Postmaster General
 Kendall, Amos (Signature) $15
Jackson’s Postmaster General and “kitchen cabinet” member, later Samuel F. B. Morse’s business agent
 Klein, Calvin (Photograph) $15
American clothing designer, his brand also on perfume, watches & jewelry
 Lipton, Sir Thomas J. (Letter) $110
1927 TLS to the wife of New York City's Police Commissioner by the celebrated yachtsman, founder of Lipton Tea Co.
 Lipton, Sir Thomas J. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $40
Famed yachtsman, 5-time unsuccessful America’s Cup challenger; created Lipton Tea Company
 Luce, Henry R. (Letter) $110
ALS from the communications empire founder to the wife of Yale’s president
 Luce, Henry R. (Letter) $110
ALS to the wife of Time Inc.’s vice chairman, an original investor, praising a biography of St. Ignatius Loyola
 Marcus, Stanley (Letter) $10
1978 TLS from the 1950-76 head of Dallas-based luxury specialty retailer, Neiman Marcus
 McLane, Louis (Letter) $85
1841 ALS while Baltimore & Ohio Railroad president to a Baltimore merchant & collector
 Mellon, Andrew O. (Signed Card) $50
Engraved card signed as Treasury Secretary
 Meredith, William M. (Signature) $30
Signature as Zachary Taylor's Treasury Secretary (1849-50)
 Miller, Nathan L. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $15
New York lawyer for Carnegie and US Steel, 43rd Governor of New York 1921-22
 Mollien, Francois Nicolas, Comte (ON HOLD) (Letter) $125
1802 LS from Napoleon’s future 2nd Minister of Finance, thanks Paris Athéneé Des Artes for an honor
 New, John C. (Signature) $25
Treasurer of the United States 1875-76
 Norstad, Lauris (Letter) $20
Led US and NATO forces in Europe during the Berlin and Cuban Missile crises, 1975 TLS on inviting Vice President Rockefeller to speak at the Army War College
 Ochs, Adolph S. (Signature) $40
Progressive “New York Times” owner-publisher 1896-1935, crusaded against anti-semitism in American press
 Pace Jr., Frank (Letter) $25
1974 TLS of the Korean War Army Secretary, psywar advocate, one of the “Eisenhower Ten”, and business executive, honored to participate in an Army oral history program
 Paley, William S. (Signed Card) $30
Card signed by the pioneer broadcaster, founder of the CBS radio & television networks
 Priest, Ivy Baker (Signed currency) $30
Signed Series 1935E $1 silver certificate bearing her facsimile signature
 Pulitzer, Joseph (Check) $1100
1889 check from the the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and New York World publisher, left money to create Columbia University School of Journalism and Pulitzer Prizes
 Redfield, William C. (Letter) $20
Banker & 1st Secretary of Commerce thanks another banker for a family kindness
 Rhodes, Cecil J. (Signature) $150
Signature of the noted British diamond mining magnate, African colonial admninistrator, financier, and philanthropist
 Roberts, Ellis H. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $20
Card signed while 20th Treasurer of the United States
 Rockefeller Jr., David (Signed Album Page) $15
In-person signature of the businessman-philanthropist, last surviving grandchild of John D. Rockefeller Sr.
 Rockefeller Jr., John D. (Letter) $150
1922 TLS thanking a minister for preaching at the Seal Harbor Congregational Church
 Romney, George (Photograph) $25
Business executive, Michigan Governor, Nixon Cabinet member
 Schwab, Charles M. (Document) $50
Colorful Pennsylvania steel baron, “broke the bank” at Monte Carlo, died bankrupt
 Schwab, Charles M. (Signed Card) $30
Pennsylvania steel baron, “broke the bank” at Monte Carlo, died bankrupt
 Sinclair, Harry F. (Signed Card) $50
Founded Sinclair Oil Company 1916, convicted in “Teapot Dome” scandal
 Spinner, Francis E. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $20
Autograph Sentiment Signed by the 1861-75 Treasurer of the US
 Stoddert, Benjamin (Letter) $275
1801 ALS from the former (1st) Navy Secretary regarding his own tangled finances & investments
 Vanderbilt, Harold S. (Signed Card) $40
Great-grandson of Commodore Vanderbilt, champion yachtsman and bridge player
 Wanamaker, John (Signed Calling Card) $25
Engraved calling card signed as US Postmaster General, as Philadelphia retailer, the master marketer created the “money-back guarantee”!
 Whitney, Harry Payne (Document) $60
Stock transfer document signed by the financier-polo player-horse breeder & racer
 Wilson, Charles E. (TIME Portrait) $35
Signed TIME portrait of “Engine Charlie” while GM President
 Wilson, Charles E. (Photograph) $35
Signed photo while Eisenhower’s Defense Secretary
 Woodbury, Levi (Letter) $90
1836 LS as Treasury Secretary, to the Cashier of the Girard Bank in Philadelphia, postponing payment of a transfer draft
 Wyman, Albert U. (Signed Card) $25
1884 card signed by the twice US Treasurer (Grant, Arthur)

Cabinet Members
 Adams III, Charles Francis (Photograph) $35
Hoover’s Navy Secretary, notable yachtsman
 Baker III, James A. (Matted Photograph) $20
Photo of the noted lawyer- statesman inscribed to Treasury predecessor Henry Fowler
 Baker, Newton D. (Letter) $35
1927 TLS to notable collector Rev. Cornelius Greenway, unable to accept his invitation
 Baker, Newton D. (Photograph) $45
Signed photo while on the Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague
 Barbour, James (Signature) $40
Virginia’s 18th governor, US senator J. Q. Adams’ Secretary of War, Minister to England
 Bayard, Thomas F. (Signature) $25
Delaware US Senator 1869-85, Secretary of State 1885-89 (Cleveland), 1st Ambassador to Great Britain
 Bibb, George M. (Signature) $15
Signature of John Tyler’s 4th Treasury Secretary, served July 18544-March 1845.
 Blaine, James G. (Signed Card) $30
Nice card signed by “The Plumed Knight”
 Boutwell, George S. (Letter) $65
1872 ALS as Treasury Secretary, letter of condolence
 Boutwell, George S. (Letter) $65
1870 ALS as Grant's 1st Treasury Secretary, sends his autograph to an admirer
 Brewster, Benjamin H. (Signed Card) $25
Card signed in 1884 as President Arthur's Attorney General
 Brinegar, Claude S. (Photograph) $10
3rd Secretary of Transportation 1973-75 (Nixon-Ford)
 Bryan, William Jennings (Letter) $250
“The Great Commoner” 1918 ALS to a former State Department colleague
 Butler, Benjamin F. (Letter) $125
The former Cabinet member and Van Buren’s law partner, sends his autograph from court, apologizing for neglecting an earlier request
 Butz, Earl L. (Signed card) $10
Card signed by the controversial Nixon-Ford Agriculture Secretary
 Byrnes, James F. (Signed Card) $30
Card Signed by the South Carolina statesman, US Supreme Court Justice & Secretary of State
 Califano Jr., Joseph A. (Letter) $30
1979 TLS as Carter’s HEW Secretary, sending a book and setting up a meeting with the Army War College Commandant
 Cameron, James D. (Signed album page) $20
Grant’s last Secretary of War, Pennsylvania GOP US Senator 1877-87
 Campbell, George W. (Letter & Free Franked Address Leaf) $135
Uncommon 1814 LS while 8-month Treasury Secretary during War of 1812
 Cass, Lewis (Letter) $125
1855 ALS as Senator, accepts membership in a Philadelphia debating society
 Celebrezze, Anthony J. (Photograph) $15
Signed photo as JFK-LBJ HEW Secretary
 Christopher, Warren M. (Photograph) $30
Signed photo of the lawyer-statesman, 63rd US Secretary of State
 Clark, Tom C. (Photograph) $65
Nicely Inscribed 1945 Photo as Attorney General
 Clark, Tom C. (First Day Cover) $35
1968 First Day Cover signed by President Truman's "biggest mistake"
 Collamer, Jacob (Signature) $25
Vermont US Rep & Senator, Zachary Taylor's Postmaster General
 Corwin, Thomas (Letter) $75
1851 LS as Fillmore’s Treasury Secretary, to the US Marshal for the Southern District of New York
 Cox, Jacob D. (Photograph) $95
Mathew Brady Studio cabinet photo, likely while Grant's Interior Secretary
 Crowinshield, Benjamin W. (Letter) $185
1815 ALS as Secretary of the Navy, in part praising Treasury Secretary Dallas
 Cummings, Homer S. (Photograph) $75
1938 official portrait inscribed to the 1st Asst. Postmaster General by FDR's dynamic Attorney General
 Cushing, Caleb (Signature) $35
Signature as Attorney General under Franklin Pierce, as US diplomat negotiated 1st treaty with China in 1844
 Cushing, Caleb (ON HOLD) (Letter) $75
1866 ALS to powerful New York Republican boss Roscoe Conkling
 Daniels, Josephus (Letter) $45
1920 TLS as Wilson’s Navy Secretary to editor-publisher Hamilton Holt, unable to attend Greek Relief Committee banquet
 Davis, James J. (Letter) $35
1926 TLS as Secretary of Labor returning from campaign speaking trip
 Day, William R. (Check) $50
1899 check while federal appellate court judge, joined Supreme Court in 1903
 Dearborn, Henry (Letter) $150
1809 printed circular letter while new Boston Port Collector, gathering information on Massachusetts manufacturing
 Delano, Columbus (Autograph Quotation Signed) $110
Rare 1872 AQS as Grant's Interior Secretary, likley inspired by the 1st African-American to speak in the US Capitol
 Denby, Edwin (Photograph) $35
"Teapot Dome" scandal dupe?
 Dennison, William (Letter) $350
1865 LS as Lincoln's Postmaster General, unable to attend funeral of statesman William L. Dayton
 Dickerson, Mahlon (Letter) $65
Written within a week of his appointment as Secretary of the Navy by President Jackson
 Dickerson, Mahlon (Letter) $65
1834 LS as Navy Secretary with good US Navy medical historical association
 Dickerson, Mahlon (ON HOLD) (Letter) $50
1838 ALS while Van Buren’s Navy Secretary, sending his autograph
 Elkins, Stephen B. (Signed official card) $25
Nice large official War Department card signed as Secretary, later West Virginia US Senator
 Eustis, William (Document) $85
1812 partial DS as Secretary of War, appointment of an infantry officer
 Evarts, William M. (Signed Card) $50
Andrew Johnson's Attorney General and impeachment trial lawyer, Hayes' Secretary of State
 Ewing Sr., Thomas (Signature) $20
Signature of the 14th Treasury Secretary (Harrison-Tyler )and 1st Interior Secretary (Taylor-Fillmore)
 Farley, James A. (Signed official card) $25
Signed official card as FDR's Postmaster General
 Farley, James A. (Letter) $30
Farley seeks Ambassador Grew’s comments on his letter to the President of the National Committee For Free Europe
 Finch, Robert (Photograph) $20
Managed Nixon’s 1960 presidential campaign, HEW Secretary 1969-70
 Forrestal, James V. (Signed Card) $65
Last Cabinet level Secretary of the Navy, first Secretary of Defense, 1949 suicide
 Forsyth, John (Letter) $95
1838 ALS while Van Buren’s Secretary of State
 Forsyth, John (Letter) $75
1839 LS as Van Buren’s Secretary of State
 Forsyth, John (Document) $75
1838 DS as Van Buren’s Secretary of State
 Forsyth, John (Letter) $95
The Secretary of State warns the US Consul at Guayaquil, Ecuador to send a legally required bond or face dismissal by the President!
 Foster Jr., Charles W. (Signed Card) $20
1891 card signed as Benj. Harrison’s Treasury Secretary
 Foster, John W. (Letter) $65
1902 LS of the diplomat, Secretary of State, author and first legal "lobbyist', to Admiral George Dewey
 Frelinghuysen, Frederick T. (Signed Card) $25
Card signed by the New Jersey statesman and Senator as Secretary of State (Arthur, 1881-85)
 Frelinghuysen, Frederick T. (Signature) $15
Signature of the New Jersey US Senator 1866-67, later Secretary of State (Arthur, 1881-85)
 Gardner, John W. (Letter) $20
1975 TLS on Common Cause letterhead to the Commandant of the Army War College
 Gardner, John W. (Photograph) $20
LBJ HEW Secretary 1965-68, founded Common Cause & White House Fellowship program
 Goldberg, Arthur J. (Photograph) $95
Signed & inscribed photograph of the statesman & jurist
 Goldberg, Arthur J. (ON HOLD) (Letter) $150
1970 TLS after losing New York gubernatorial election, to Senator Muskie, thanking him for campaign help
 Graham, William A. (Letter) $110
1851 ALS as Fillmore’s Navy Secretary, 1852 Whig VP candidate with Winfield Scott
 Graham, William A. (letter) $125
1852 ALS while Navy Secretary saluting Washington's 120th birthday, later 1852 Whig VP candidate
 Gronouski, John A. (Photograph) $20
JFK-LBJ Postmaster General, 1st Polish-American Cabinet member
 Haig Jr., Aexander M. (Letter) $35
1972 TLS as Nixon’s Deputy Asst. for National Security Affairs, congratulates Army officer friend on promotion to Major General
 Haig Jr., Alexander M. (Letter) $35
1984 TLS of the Army general, Nixon-Ford White House Chief of Staff, Reagan Secretary of State 1981-82
 Hardin, Clifford M. (Letter) $25
Nixon Agriculture Secretary Hardin to Commerce Secretary Maurice Stans
 Harlan, James (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $40
Andrew Johnson's Interior Secretary 1865-66, Iowa US Senator, Robert Lincoln’s father-in-law
 Harlan, James (Signature) $35
Iowa Senator, Interior Secretary 1865-66, Robert Lincoln’s father-in-law
 Henshaw, David (Letter) $65
1842 ALS before serving as Tyler’s 7-month Navy Secretary
 Henshaw, David (Signature) $15
Uncommon franking signature as Tyler’s Navy Secretary
 Hitchcock, Ethan Allen (Signed official card) $15
Official card signed by McKinley& TR's Interior Secretrary
 Howe, Timothy O. (signature) $15
Ca. 1869 signature as Wisconsin US Senator, later Arthur’s Postmaster General
 Howe, Timothy O. & Cameron, Angus (Signed Album Page) $25
Wisconsin’s 1875-79 Republican US Senators
 Hufstedler, Shirley M. (Signature) $15
1980 in-person signature while Carter's Secretary of Education
 Hughes, Charles Evans (Signed card) $30
Card signed by the statesman and jurist
 Hull, Cordell (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $30
Autograph Sentiment Signed by FDR’s Secretary of State, 1945 Nobel Peace Prize laureate
 Hurley, Patrick J. (Photograph) $40
Hoover’s Secretary of War, FDR personal envoy during WW II
 Ickes, Harold L. (Signed Official Card) $20
Signed Official Card as FDR’s Interior Secretary
 Jardine, William M. (Photograph) $20
Signed photo likely when Coolidge’s Agriculture Secretary
 Jones, Jesse (Letter) $15
Brief TLS by the Houston entrepreneur as FDR’s Commerce Secretary 1940-44, led RFC 1933-45
 Kellogg, Frank B. (Signed Card) $30
Card signed while Secetary of State, awarded 1929 Nobel Prize for Peace
 Kemp, Jack (Photograph) $20
Professional football player, Congressman, Presidential Cabinet member, 1996 GOP VP candidate
 Kemp, Jack (Signed Official Card) $15
1996 GOP VP candidate, pro football player, New York US Rep, G. H. W. Bush Cabinet Member
 Kendall, Amos (Letter & Free Frank) $90
1830 LS of Jackson “kitchen cabinet” advisor as 4th Auditor of the Treasury
 Kendall, Amos (Letter) $110
1838 ALS while Van Buren’s Postmaster General
 Kendall, Amos (Signature) $15
Jackson’s Postmaster General and “kitchen cabinet” member, later Samuel F. B. Morse’s business agent
 Key, David M. (Document) $25
Ex- Tennessee US Senator & Hayes Postmaster General receives Chickamauga & Chattanooga battlefields atlas
 Key, David M. (Letter) $50
April 1877 ALS as Postmaster General to President Hayes, trying to arrange a meeting for a Post Office Department employee with him
 Lamar, Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus (Signed card) $125
CSA diplomat, Georgia US Rep. & Senator, Cleveland Interior Secretary, Associate Justice
 Lamont, Robert P. (Photograph) $25
Signed photograph of Hoover’s Commerce Secretary
 Lansing, Robert (Letter) $150
Uncommon 1917 ALS as Secetary of State, thanking a retired American diplomat for a gift of coffee
 Lansing, Robert (Letter) $125
1916 TLS as Secetary of State, thanks a retired diplomat for assisting with the Second Pan American Scientific Congress
 Lansing, Robert (Letter) $95
1914 TLS as Counselor to the State Department to a former diplomat, now a Department Division Chief, disallowing a small gift given him when a US ambassador
 Legare, Hugh S. (Letter) $85
3rd person ALS of the future Tyler Attorney General (died in office) while So. Carolina Congressman
 Long, John D. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $25
1899 card signed as Navy Secretary, noted for feud with Under Secretary Theodore Roosevelt over preparations for Spanish-American War
 Long, John D. (Letter) $35
1894 LS while Boston lawyer, declines invitation to address a civic group; later Navy Secretary during Spanish-American War
 Marcy, William L. (Letter) $60
ALS of the influential early-mid 19th century statesman, likely while Pierce's Secretary of State
 Maynard, Horace (Signature) $15
Tennessee Unionist congressman, Minister to Turkey, Postmaster General (Hayes)
 McClelland, Robert (Signature) $25
Clipped signature of the Michigan statesman, Interior Secretary 1853-57 (Pierce)
 McGrath, J. Howard (Photograph) $15
Truman Attorney General 1949-52, resigned in corruption investigation
 McKenna, Joseph (Signed Card) $75
Card signed while McKinley's Attorney General, served in all 3 Federal Government branches
 McLane, Louis (Letter) $85
1833 LS as Jackson’s Treasury Secretary
 McLane, Louis (Letter) $85
1841 ALS while Baltimore & Ohio Railroad president to a Baltimore merchant & collector
 McLean, John (Letter) $350
1840 ALS while Associate Justice, to the lawyer son of his Assistant when Postmaster General, later counsel for Lincoln assassination conspirators, the Surratts
 Mellon, Andrew O. (Signed Card) $50
Engraved card signed as Treasury Secretary
 Meredith, William M. (Signature) $30
Signature as Zachary Taylor's Treasury Secretary (1849-50)
 Miller, William H. H. (Signed Card) $15
Card signed in 1891 as (Benjamin Harrison’s) Attorney General
 Monroe, James (Free Frank Signature) $550
Free franked address leaf as Madison's Secretary of State
 Morton, J. Sterling (Letter) $40
TLS while Secretary of Agriculture on “Plant Trees” letterhead
 Morton, J. Sterling (Signed card) $25
“Plant Trees” card signed by the founder of Arbor Day while Secretary of Agriculture
 Morton, Rogers C. B. (Photograph) $25
Signed & inscribed color photo likely while Ford Interior Secretary
 Murphy, Frank (Signed Card) $75
Went from Detroit to Manila to Lansing to the Justice Department to the Supreme Court 1933-1940!
 Murphy, Frank (Signed Court card) $95
Uncommon signed Court notecard
 Muskie, Edmund S. (Letter) $30
1971 TLS to former Treasury Secretary Fowler, gathering support for his 1972 doomed run for the Democratic presidential nomination
 Nagel, Charles (letter) $30
1926 ALS by Taft's Secretary of Commerce and Labor, last to hold that position
 Palmer, A. Mitchell (Signed Card) $25
Card signed by Wilson’s Attorney General, enforced Prohibition, directed “Palmer Raids” against “Reds” and anarchists
 Paulding, James K. (Letter) $50
LS as Van Buren's Navy Secretary, prominent New York writer of the 1st half of the 19th century
 Paulding, James K. (Letter) $50
1838 ALS of the prominent writer while Van Buren’s Navy Secretary
 Payne, John Barton (Photograph) $20
Signed photo when Wilson”s Interior Secretary (1920-21)
 Pickering, Timothy (document) $225
1783 War-dated ADS while Quartermaster General, receipt for funds for carting hay
 Powell, Colin L. (Signed Bookplate) $20
In-person signed frameable bookplate
 Powell, Colin L. (Photograph) $35
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Secretary of State, oversaw 1991 “Desert Storm” & 2003 overthrow of Saddam Hussein
 Preston, William Ballard (Signature) $50
Secretary of the Navy (Taylor), authored 1861 Virginia secession resolution
 Proctor, Redfield (Signed Card) $15
Card signed as Benjamin Harrison’s Secretary of War
 Ramsey, Alexander (Signature) $15
Minnesota Governor & US Senator, Secretary of War (Hayes)
 Redfield, William C. (Letter) $20
Banker & 1st Secretary of Commerce thanks another banker for a family kindness
 Richardson, William A. (Signed Engraving) $50
Treasury Department engraving signed as Secretary
 Romney, George (Photograph) $25
Business executive, Michigan Governor, Nixon Cabinet member
 Rosenberg, Anna M. (Photograph) $15
Asst. Secretary of Defense 1950-53, then highest post achieved by a woman in the US military establishment
 Rostow, Walt W. (Photograph) $20
LBJ's Special Assistant for National Security Affairs, his main Vietnam War "hawk"
 Rowe Jr., James H. (Letter) $35
1943 DS of the New Deal lawyer & Democratic Party strategist as assistant to Attorney General Biddle, terminating an FBI employee
 Rusk, Dean (Letter) $25
1975 TLS by the JFK-LBJ Secretary of State while University of Georgia Professor of Law
 Rusk, Jeremiah M. (Signed Card) $10
Card signed by Benjamin Harrison ‘s Secretary of Agriculture, 15th Wisconsin governor
 Sawyer, Charles W. (Letter) $30
1951 TLS as Truman's Commerce Secretary saluting a retiring employee
 Schurz, Carl (Signature) $40
German-born diplomat, Civil War general, Missouri US Senator, Secretary of the Interior (Hayes), journalist
 Schweiker, Richard S. (Letter) $15
Freshman Pennsylvania GOP Senator Schweiker congratulates Democrat Ed Muskie on his 1970 re-election
 Sherman, John (Letter) $50
1857 ALS of the eminent statesman while a 34-year-old Ohio Congressman
 Shultz, George P. (Photograph) $20
Nixon Secretary of Labor & Treasury, 1st Office of Management & Budget Director; Reagan Secretary of State
 Smith, Caleb Blood (Document) $395
Uncommon 1862 DS as Lincoln’s Interior Secretary, patent issued to a New Yorker for an improved cork!
 Smith, Robert (Letter) $150
1792 legal ALS to Robert Carter III from the future Jefferson-Madison Cabinet member
 Southard, Samuel L. (Letter) $90
1824 LS as Navy Secretary trasnsmitting 1825 budget estimates to the Treasury Register
 Spencer, John C. (Letter) $90
1833 ALS from the future (Tyler) Secretary of War to the former Secretary of War (J. Q. Adams)
 Stimson, Henry L. (Letter) $110
Secretary of State Stimson thanks a noted Atlanta collector for a newspaper editorial copy
 Stoddert, Benjamin (Letter) $295
1807 ALS from the former (and 1st) Navy Secretary on his own tangled finances and investments, mentions possible war with France
 Stoddert, Benjamin (Letter) $295
Ca. 1801 ALS from the 1st Navy Secretary, engaging in some influence peddling
 Stoddert, Benjamin (Letter) $275
1801 ALS from the former (1st) Navy Secretary regarding his own tangled finances & investments
 Stuart, Alexander H. H. (Signed Card) $35
Card signed by Fillmore’s Interior Secretary, instrumental in restoring Virginia to the Union in 1870
 Swanson, Claude (Letter) $20
1921 TLS as Virginia US Senator praising the work of the outgoing Comptroller of the Currency
 Taft Cabinet (Signed Cards) $125
The 11 men who served in President Taft’s Cabinet
 Tobin, Maurice J. (Photograph) $15
Signed photograph as Truman’s Secretary of Labor
 Tracy, Benjamin F. (Signed official card) $30
Unusual black-bordered official card signed as Benjamin Harrison’s Navy Secretary
 Vance, Cyrus (Letter) $40
1977 TLS as Secretary of State to the Army War College Commandant, thanks him for a copy of his letter to President Carter, hopes to see him in Washington
 Wallace, Henry A. (Signed Card) $60
Card signed by the controversial FDR-Truman cabinet member, FDR’s 2nd VP, 1948 presidential candidate
 Wallace, Henry A. (Signed Engraving) $75
Nice signed steel engraving as Truman's VP, later his Commerce Secretary and 1948 presidential rival
 Wallace, Henry C. (Signed card) $20
Card signed while Coolidge’s Agriculture Secretary
 Wallace, Henry C. (Photograph) $35
Signed photo likely while Harding-Coolidge Secretary of Agriculture
 Wanamaker, John (Signed Calling Card) $25
Engraved calling card signed as US Postmaster General, as Philadelphia retailer, the master marketer created the “money-back guarantee”!
 Weaver, Robert C. (First Day Cover) $20
1st HUD Secretary & 1st African-American Cabinet member
 Webster, Daniel (Free Franked Panel + Steel Engraving) $175
Senate free franked panel addressed to 1st great US autograph collector
 Webster, Daniel (Letter) $295
1841 LS as Tyler’s Secretary of State regarding passports
 Weinberger, Caspar W. (Photograph) $25
1984 ISP while Reagan's Defense Secretary
 Weinberger, Caspar W. "Cap" (Signed card) $20
Card signed by “Cap the Knife”, Nixon’s OMB Director and HEW Secretary, Reagan’s 1981-87 Secretary of Defense, becoming “Cap the Ladle”
 Welles, Gideon (Document) $110
1841 ADS as Hartford, Connecticut Postmaster
 Welles, Gideon (Signature) $65
Clipped signature as Navy Secretary (Lincoln & Johnson)
 Wilbur, Curtis D. (Photograph) $30
Signed photo of the California jurist when Coolidge’s Navy Secretary
 Wilson, Charles E. (TIME Portrait) $35
Signed TIME portrait of “Engine Charlie” while GM President
 Wilson, Charles E. (Photograph) $35
Signed photo while Eisenhower’s Defense Secretary
 Woodbury, Levi (Letter) $90
1836 LS as Treasury Secretary, to the Cashier of the Girard Bank in Philadelphia, postponing payment of a transfer draft
 Woodring, Harry W. (Signature) $15
Clipped signature from TLS as FDR's (2nd) Secretary of War
 Work, Hubert (Photograph) $30
Succeeded Albert Fall as Interior Secretary, ran Hoover’s 1928 presidential campaign
 Young, Andrew (Photograph) $20
SCLC associate of Dr. King, Carter UN Ambassador, Atlanta Mayor

Circus
 Burke, John M. (Letter) $110
Buffalo Bill’s famed press agent, one of the great public relations legends
 Nutt, Commodore & Stratton, Mrs. Charles (Mrs. Tom Thumb) (Signed card) $175
Two of P. T. Barnum's famed "little person" attractions, Nutt rivaled Tom Thumb for her love and lost

Colonial Americana
 Bellomont, 1st Earl of (Richard Coote) (Signature) $125
Colonial Governor of Massachusetts & New York, arrested pirate Captain Kidd
 Burnet, William (Document) $395
1721 MsDS as colonial Governor of New York ordering executors to appear before him in a dispute over a will involving an old Dutch family
 Francis, Tench (Document) $65
Prominent colonial Philadelphia lawyer, a founding trustee of what became the University of Pennsylvania

Congress of the US
 Abzug, Bella (Photograph) $40
New York feminist US Rep, a founder of the National Women’s Political Caucus
 Albert, Carl (Photograph) $25
House Speaker 1971-77, twice next in line of presidential succession after resignations of VP Agnew & President Nixon
 Bankhead II, John H. (Letter) $20
Alabama US Senator 1930-46, favored farmers, opposed African-American civil rights
 Barbour, James (Signature) $40
Virginia’s 18th governor, US senator J. Q. Adams’ Secretary of War, Minister to England
 Barton, Bruce F. (ANS) $15
Successful advertising executive and author, GOP congressional foe of FDR (“Martin, Barton, and Fish”)
 Bayard, Thomas F. (Signature) $25
Delaware US Senator 1869-85, Secretary of State 1885-89 (Cleveland), 1st Ambassador to Great Britain
 Bayard, Thomas F. & Saulsbury, Eli M. (Signed Album Page) $30
Delaware’s 1871-85 US Senators
 Benton, Thomas Hart (Free Franked Signature) $125
Missouri statesman, shot Andrew Jackson, opposed slavery, promoted westward expansion
 Biden, Joseph R. "Joe" (Photograph) $95
1976 ISP while 1st term Delaware US Senator, potential 2020 presidential candidate
 Blaine, James G. (Signed Card) $30
Nice card signed by “The Plumed Knight”
 Boutwell, George S. (Letter) $65
1872 ALS as Treasury Secretary, letter of condolence
 Brownlow, William G. (Signed Card) $60
Card signed by “The Fighting Parson” of East Tennessee
 Butler, Matthew C. & Patterson, John J. (ON HOLD) (Signed Album Page) $65
Unlikely pair of ca. 1881 South Carolina US Senators: a Republican carptetbag ex-USA captain and a Democrat ex-CSA major general
 Byrd, Harry F. (Letter) $35
1953 TLS from Virginia Governor & Senator, 1956 “States Rights” presidential candidate
 Byrd, Harry F. (Signed Card) $20
Virginia Governor & Senator, 1956 “States Rights” presidential candidate
 Cameron, James D. (Signed album page) $20
Grant’s last Secretary of War, Pennsylvania GOP US Senator 1877-87
 Cameron, Ralph H. (Letter) $25
His bill brought about Arizona statehood while Territorial Delegate, won authorization for Coolidge Dam, built Bright Angel Trail into the Grand Canyon
 Cannon, Joseph G. (Signed Card) $25
Card signed by “Uncle Joe”, the most dominant House Speaker in US history
 Cannon, Joseph G. (Photograph) $30
Signed sepia photo of “Uncle Joe”, most dominant House Speaker in US history
 Cass, Lewis (Letter) $125
1855 ALS as Senator, accepts membership in a Philadelphia debating society
 Chandler, Zachariah (Signature) $30
Detroit mayor, Michigan Radical Republican leader in Senate, Grant’s Interior Secretary
 Clay, Henry (ON HOLD) (Letter + free franked address leaf) $1295
Excellent content 1839 ALS while Kentucky US Senator, has no intention to run for President, will support Whig candidate Wm. Henry Harrison
 Cobb, Amasa (Signature) $25
One of few sitting Congressmen to see combat in the Civil War, fought at Antietam, Fredericksburg, Williamsburg, Johnsonville
 Cockrell, Francis M. & Armstrong, David H. (Signed Album Pages) $30
Missouri’s post-Reconstruction Era US Senators
 Collamer, Jacob (Signature) $25
Vermont US Rep & Senator, Zachary Taylor's Postmaster General
 Congress of the US 1837 (Document) $150
31 Members of the 24th Congress petition President Van Buren promoting a candidate for Consul General or Special Agent To Germany
 Connally, Tom (Signed Card) $15
Texas US Senator 1929-53, chaired Senate Foreign Relations Committee during and after WW II
 Conover, Simon B. & Jones, Charles W. (Signed album page) $25
Florida’s 1875-79 US Senators, a Republican physician and a certified insane Democrat
 Copeland, Royal S. (Letter) $25
1925 TLS from the homeopathic physician, conservative New York US Senator
 Copeland, Royal S. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $15
Homeopathic physician, conservative New York US Senator 1923-38
 Cox, Jacob D. (Photograph) $95
Mathew Brady Studio cabinet photo, likely while Grant's Interior Secretary
 Dennis, George R. & Whyte, William Pinkney (Signed Album Page) $30
Maryland’s 1875-79 Reconstruction-era US Senators
 Depew, Chauncey M. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $25
New York lawyer & US Senator, represented Vanderbilt railroad interests, NY Central Railroad president 1885-98
 Depew, Chauncey M. (Photograph) $125
Signed Sarony cabinet photograph of the New York lawyer, railroad executive & US Senator
 Dickinson, Daniel S. (ON HOLD) (Photograph) $40
Signed carte-de-visite photogrph of the New York politician, US Senator 1844-51, briefly considered to be Lincoln’s 1864 running mate
 Dole, Bob (Photograph) $40
Only person in history of today’s major parties nominated for Vice President and President and not elected to either office!
 Dole, Bob; Allen, James; Bellmon, Henry; Cook, Marlow; Cranston, Alan;Eagleton, Tom; Gravel,Mike; Gurney, Ed; Hughes, Harold; Mathias, Charles "Mac"; Packwood, Bob; Saxbe, Bill; Schweiker, Dick; Stevens, Ted (ON HOLD) (First Day Cover) $50
1968 FDC signed by 14 then “freshmen” US Senators
 Eagleton, Tom (Photograph) $30
1972 Democratic VP nominee replaced after disclosure of psychiaric treatment history
 Edmunds, George F. (Signature) $15
Prominent Vermont US Senator 1866-91, sponsored law to end polygamy in Utah
 English, William H. (Signed Card) $30
1880 Democratic VP candidate with Hancock
 Ervin Jr., Sam J. (Signed Card) $15
“Senator Sam”, presided over Senate Watergate investigation
 Ervin Jr., Sam J. (Letter) $25
North Carolina’s “Senator Sam”, presided over Senate Watergate investigation
 Ewing Sr., Thomas (Signature) $20
Signature of the 14th Treasury Secretary (Harrison-Tyler )and 1st Interior Secretary (Taylor-Fillmore)
 Fair, James G. (Signed Card) $50
Co-owner of the Comstock Lode, California real estate & railroad speculator, banker, Nevada US Senator
 Fenton, Reuben E. (Letter) $50
1859 ALS by the NY Rep. (and future US Senator), a founder of the Republican Party, reporting on the future of a bill
 Ferry, Orris S. (Signature) $25
Connecticut US Rep & Senator, Brigadier General in Civil War, at Battle of Winchester, Valley & Peninsula campaigns
 Ferry, Thomas W. & Christiancy, Isaac P. (Signed album page) $50
Michigan’s 1875-79 GOP Senators, Senate President Ferry presided over the 1877 Electoral Commission
 Fong, Hiram L. (Letter) $15
1970 TLS from the 1st Asian-American US Senator to Senator Muskie, acknowledging message of re-election congratulations
 Fowler, Joseph S. & Patterson, David T. (Signatures) $75
Tennessee’s 1st US Senators on 1866 readmission to the Union, both voted “not guilty” in impeachment of trial Andrew Johnson
 Frelinghuysen, Frederick T. (Signature) $15
Signature of the New Jersey US Senator 1866-67, later Secretary of State (Arthur, 1881-85)
 Garner, John Nance (Signed card) $40
Card signed by FDR's 1st VP, the only man to serve as Speaker of the House and President of the Senate on the same day!
 Garner, John Nance (Signed Card) $50
Card signed by the Texas congressman, 1931-33 House Speaker, FDR VP 1933-41
 Gillett, Frederick H. (Autograph album page) $20
42nd Speaker of the House, next in line to presidency 1923-25
 Glenn, John (Photograph) $95
2nd American in space, 1st to orbit Earth, US Senator
 Goldwater, Barry (First Day Cover) $50
1973 First Day Cover signed by "Mr. Conservative"
 Goldwater, Barry (Letter) $95
1980 TLS to the US Army War College commandant appreciating his graduation address
 Goldwater, Barry (Photograph) $75
Signed bust photograph of “Mr. Conservative” , 1964 GOP presidential candidate
 Grimes, James W. (Signature) $40
3rd Iowa Governor, one of 7 GOP Senators to vote to acquit President Andrew Johnson
 Guggenheim, Simon (Signature) $20
Noted Colorado businessman, philanthropist, US Senator 1907-13
 Hale, John P. (Signature) $50
New Hampshire Free Soil/ Republican US Rep & Senator, 1852 Free Soil presidential candidate
 Hamlin, Hannibal (Autograph album page) $110
Signed autograph album page while Maine US Senator (ca. 1877)
 Hamlin, Hannibal & Blaine, James G. (Signatures) $150
Autograph album page signed by Maine’s ca. 1881 US Senators
 Harlan, James (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $40
Andrew Johnson's Interior Secretary 1865-66, Iowa US Senator, Robert Lincoln’s father-in-law
 Harlan, James (Signature) $35
Iowa Senator, Interior Secretary 1865-66, Robert Lincoln’s father-in-law
 Harrison, John Scott (Signature) $65
Ohio US Rep, grandson of Virginia Signer Benj. Harrison, son of President Wm. Henry Harrison, father of President Benj. Harrison
 Henderson, David B. (Document) $30
Future House Speaker (last Civil War veteran to serve in the House), receives Chickamauga & Chattanooga battlefields atlas
 Hendricks, Thomas A. (Letter) $150
1872 ALS by the 1876 Democratic VP candidate, died in 1885 after 8 1/2 months as Cleveland’s VP
 Hereford, Frank & Davis, Henry G. (Signed Album Page) $35
West Virginia 1877-81 US Senators, one the 1904 Democratic VP candidate
 Hill, David B. (Signed Card) $15
New York Governor and US Senator, rival of Grover Cleveland
 Hindman Jr., Thomas C., et al. (Letter) $550
18 Congressmen (3 future CSA generals) endorse a pick for Arkansas District US Attorney
 Hoar, George F. (Signed Album Page) $10
Signature of the prominent Massachusetts statesman
 Howe, Timothy O. (signature) $15
Ca. 1869 signature as Wisconsin US Senator, later Arthur’s Postmaster General
 Howe, Timothy O. & Cameron, Angus (Signed Album Page) $25
Wisconsin’s 1875-79 Republican US Senators
 Ingalls, John J. (Photograph) $50
Kansas Senator, 3rd in succession to presidency 1885-89
 Ingalls, John J. & Plumb, Preston B. (Signed Album Page) $25
Kansas’ 1877-91 Republican US Senators
 Jackson, Henry M. (Letter) $25
1970 TLS to Senator Ed Muskie, thanking him for his wire on Jackson’s re-election
 Johnson, Hiram W. (Letter) $75
1940 TLS as Senator, sends thanks for message of congratulations on (last) re-nomination
 Johnson, Reverdy (Letter) $225
1867 ALS while Maryland US Senator, to Governor Thomas Swann, likely discussing President Johnson and the soon-to-be-passed, vetoed, and later the veto-overridden 1867 Reconstruction Acts
 Johnston, John W. & Withers, Robert E. (Signed Album Page) $35
Virginia’s post-Reconstruction Era US Senators
 Julian, George W. (Letter) $75
1875 ALS of the staunch abolitionist, Indiana US Rep, 1852 Free Soil VP candidate, a leader of House Reconstruction-era radical Republicans
 Kefauver, Estes (Letter) $75
Tennessee US Senator, led 1950-51 Senate organized crime investigation, 1956 Democratic VP candidate
 Kemp, Jack (Letter) $30
1996 GOP VP candidate, pro football player, NY US Rep, G. H. W. Bush Cabinet Member
 Kennedy, Edward M. "Ted" (Signature) $20
Kennedy declines to attend July 3 golf club luncheon
 La Follette Jr., Robert M. ("Young Bob") (Photograph) $40
Wisconsin Progressive/GOP Senator 1925-47, leading Senate isolationist, lost to McCarthy in 1946 GOP primary
 Lawrence, William (Signature) $10
Ohio US Rep, Instrumental in creation of the Dept. of Justice and the American Red Cross, secured US ratification of the Geneva Convention with Clara Barton
 Lehman, Herbert (Letter) $20
1950 TLS of the liberal Democrat New York US senator, 1st Jewish New York governor (1933-42)
 Lodge Jr., Henry Cabot (Letter) $50
1966 TLS as Ambassador to South Vietnam by the Massachusetts US Senator, 1960 GOP VP candidate, diplomat
 Lodge Jr., Henry Cabot (Signed card) $30
Massachusetts US Senator, diplomat, 1960 GOP VP candidate with Nixon
 Lodge Jr., Henry Cabot (Letter) $50
1938 TLS as junior Massachusetts US Senator, Nixon's 1960 running mate, diplomat
 Lodge Sr., Henry Cabot (Signature) $20
1904 signed slip while Massachusetts US Senator
 Longworth, Nicholas (Letter) $75
1927 TLS as House Speaker, declines invitation to speak at Tufts' convocation
 Longworth, Nicholas & Alice Roosevelt (Signed Cards) $50
2 matching cards signed by Washington’s #1 “power couple” of the early 20th century
 Mann, James R. (Photograph) $20
Progressive Republican, best known as author of anti-prostitution “Mann Act” of 1910
 Mansfield, Mike (Signed Program) $10
1999 in-person signature of the highly respected former Senate Majority Leader and Ambassador to Japan
 Marston, Gilman (Check) $60
1881 check completed and signed by the New Hampshire Civil War general and politician
 Martin Jr., Joseph W. (Signed Card) $15
House GOP Leader 1939-59, a chief congressional oppnent of FDR, Speaker 1947-49 & 1953-55
 Mathias Jr., Charles McC. "Mac" (Letter) $15
The Maryland liberal GOP US Senator congratulates colleague Senator Ed Muskie on 1970 reelction
 Matthews, Stanley & Thurman, Allen G. (Signed Album Page) $75
Ohio’s 1877-79 Senators, a future Supreme Court Justice and a future VP candidate
 Maynard, Horace (Signature) $15
Tennessee Unionist congressman, Minister to Turkey, Postmaster General (Hayes)
 McCormack, John W. (Letter) $35
1941 TLS as House Majority Leader to an African-American journalist, likely backing investigation into revocation of head of German-American Bund‘s citizenship
 McCreery, Thomas C. & Beck, James B. (Signed album page) $15
Kentucky’s 1877-79 Democratic US Senators
 McDowell, James (Letter) $20
1848 ALS as Virginia US Rep to Treasury Secetary Walker
 Mondale, Walter; McCarthy, Eugene; LeVander, Harold (First Day Cover) $35
1970 Minnesota-related First Day Cover signed by Governor LeVander and Senators McCarthy & Mondale
 Montoya, Joseph M. (Letter) $15
Senator Montoya thanks colleague Ed Muskie for his telegram of congratulations on Montoya’s reelection to the Senate
 Morgan, Edwin D. (Signature) $30
New York’s Civil War Governor, Senator, and Major General
 Morgan, John T. & Spencer, George E. (Signed Album Page) $60
Alabama’s post-Reconstruction US Senators, one a Confederate, one a Unionist
 Morgan, John Tyler (Signed Card) $65
Alabama CSA cavalry general, KKK Grand Dragon, US Senator 1877-1907
 Morrill, Justin S. (Signature) $15
Vermont US Rep & Senator, Drafted Land Grant College Act and controversial tariff and anti-polygamy legislation in 43-year congressional career
 Morrow, Dwight W. (Photograph) $60
Businessman, lawyer, diplomat, US Senator, father-in-law of Charles Lindbergh
 Muhlenberg, Frederick A. C. (Document) $250
Uncommon 1795 MsDS while First Speaker of the US House of Representatives
 Muskie, Edmund S. (Letter) $30
1971 TLS to former Treasury Secretary Fowler, gathering support for his 1972 doomed run for the Democratic presidential nomination
 Negley, James S. (Signature) $30
Major General (Vols) in Civil War, fought in Georgia & Tennessee, Penna. US Rep 1869-75 & 1885-87
 Norris, George W. (Signed Card) $30
Liberal, progressive Republican Nebraska Congressman & Senator, father of TVA & 20th Amendment
 Nye, Gerald P. (Signed Card) $15
No. Dakota Republican US Senator, uncovered Teapot Dome scandal, a founder of pre-WW II isolationist “America First Committee”
 Orr, James L. (Document) $60
Speaker Orr summons witness to1859 House inquiry into charges against Navy Dept. & Navy Yard officers
 Orr, James L. (Document) $60
The Speaker of the House summons a former New Hampshire lighthouse keeper before 1859 Select House Committee inquiry into Navy Dept. & Navy Yard officers
 Owen, Ruth Bryan (Letter) $15
1937 ALS from the south’s 1st Congresswoman, 1st woman US ambassador, author
 Owen, Ruth Bryan (Letter) $15
1935 TLS while Ambassador to Denmark (1st woman US ambassador), invitation to composer Charles Wakefield Cadman
 Patman, Wright (Letter) $215
Powerful chair of the House Banking and Currency Committee thanks Senator Muskie for congratulatory telegram on his reelection
 Platt, Thomas C. (Letter) $25
1904 TLS by the New York GOP "boss", helped secure nomination of GovernorTheodore Roosevelt for VP in 1900 to get him out of New York State!
 Proxmire, William (Letter) $15
1970 TLS to Senator Muskie, praises his election eve speech, acknowledges re-election congratulations
 Ramsey, Alexander (Signature) $15
Minnesota Governor & US Senator, Secretary of War (Hayes)
 Randall, Samuel J. (ON HOLD) (Signature) $20
Signature of the powerful Speaker of the House on the next-to-last day of the 44th Congress
 Randolph, Theodore F. & McPherson, John R. (Signed album page) $15
New Jersey’s post-Reconstruction Democratic US Senators
 Rankin, John E. (Signed Card) $15
1944 card signed by the racist & anti-Semitic arch-conservative, Mississippi Congressman
 Rayburn, Sam (ON HOLD) (Letter) $90
1950 TLS as House Speaker, "Mr. Sam" thanks a former House member for a telegram of sympathy on Rayburn's brother's death
 Reed, Thomas B. (Signature) $20
1892 signature of “Czar Reed”, powerful Speaker of the House of Represenatives 1889-91 & 1895-99 while also Rules Committee Chairman
 Reed, Thomas B. (Signed card) $25
1899 card signed by the powerful 1889-91 & 1895-99 Speaker of the House
 Revels, Hiram R. (Signature) $295
First African-American US Senator/Member of Congress
 Rogers, Edith Nourse (Letter) $20
1936 TLS from the 6th woman elected to Congress, the powerful voice for veterans sponsored the GI Bill and helped create the Women's Army Corps (WAC)
 Sargent, Aaron A. & Booth, Newton (Signed Album Page) $30
California’s 1870s US Senators
 Saunders, Alvin & Paddock, Algernon (Signed Album Page) $20
Ca. 1881 signatures of Nebraska’s US Senators, its last territorial Governor & Secretary
 Schenck, Robert C. (Signature) $35
Ohio US Rep 1843-51 & 1863-71, diplomat, Major General in Virginia & Maryland
 Schmitt, Harrison "Jack" (Signed card) $50
Apollo 17 scientist-astronaut, 12th Moonwalker
 Schurz, Carl (Signature) $40
German-born diplomat, Civil War general, Missouri US Senator, Secretary of the Interior (Hayes), journalist
 Schurz, Carl & Henderson, John B. (Signatures) $85
Missouri’s important, notable ca. 1869 US Senators
 Schweiker, Richard S. (Letter) $15
Freshman Pennsylvania GOP Senator Schweiker congratulates Democrat Ed Muskie on his 1970 re-election
 Sergeant, John (Letter) $125
Nice 1838 ALS on penmanship by Henry Clay’s 1832 running mate, written during his last term in Congress
 Sherman, John (Signature) $30
Ca. 1869 signature while Ohio US Senator
 Sherman, John (Letter) $50
1857 ALS of the eminent statesman while a 34-year-old Ohio Congressman
 Slocum, Henry W. (Signature) $65
2nd youngest Union Major General (Vols), fought at 1st & 2nd Manassas, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Tennessee, Atlanta & Carolinas; NY US Rep 1869-73 & 1883-85
 Smith, Marcus Aurelius ("Mark") (Letter) $25
Tombstone prosecutor, one of Arizona’s first two US Senators
 Smith, Margaret Chase (Letter) $30
1967 letter of advice to a constituent seeking a US Capitol job
 Smith, Margaret Chase (Photograph) $50
Wonderful photo of a smiling Senator Smith likely while campaigning for the 1964 Republican presidential nomination
 Sparkman, John (Signed Portrait) $30
1953 signed & inscribed color portrait of the 1952 Democratic VP candidate
 Specter, Arlen (Letter) $10
The Senator-elect recommends an orchestra to the 1981 Presidential Inaugural Committee
 Stewart, William M. (Signature) $20
49er, one of Nevada’s 1st US Senators, an author of the 15th Amendment, a founder of Chevy Chase, Maryland
 Stoughton, William L. (Signature) $30
Led 11th Michigan Infantry 1861, Army of the Cumberland Brigadier General at Stones River, Chickamauga & Chattanooga, US Rep 1869-73
 Stuart, Alexander H. H. (Signed Card) $35
Card signed by Fillmore’s Interior Secretary, instrumental in restoring Virginia to the Union in 1870
 Swanson, Claude (Letter) $20
1921 TLS as Virginia US Senator praising the work of the outgoing Comptroller of the Currency
 Taft, Robert A. (Letter) $40
1948 TLS from the Senate conservative leader, 3-time Republican presidential hopeful
 Thayer, John M. & Tipton, ThomasW. (Signatures) $45
Signatures of Nebraska’s 1st US Senators
 Thomas, J. Parnell (Signed Card) $25
New Jersey Republican congressman, Chaired House on Un-American Activities Committee 1947-49, cited “Hollywood Ten” for contempt of Congress
 Thurman, Allen G. (Signature) $35
Ohio US Senator, unsuccessful 1884 Democratic VP candidate with President Grover Cleveland
 Thurmond, J. Strom (Signed Card) $30
1948 “Dixiecrat” presidential candidate, South Carolina US Senator for 47 Years
 Tillman, Benjamin R. (Signed Card) $60
“Pitchfork Ben”, South Carolina White supremacist governor & US senator, a founder of Clemson University
 Toombs, Robert (Letter) $175
1856 ALS from Senator Toombs sending his autograph
 Van Winkle, Peter G.; Willey, Waitman T. (Signatures) $75
West Virginia’s 1st US Senators: one joined 6 other GOP Senators against impeaching Andrew Johnson, one presented petition to Congress to admit West Virginia into the Union
 Vandenberg, Arthur H. (Letter) $20
Senator Vandenberg to a noted collector on a missing photograph
 Vinson, Carl (Letter) $15
1974 TLS from the retired Georgia US Rep, longtime chair of the House Armed Services Committee, unable to participate in an Army War College oral history program
 Voorhees, Daniel W. (Signed album page) $10
Indiana Democrat US Senator 1877-97, led powerful Senate Finance Committee 1893-95 in coinage & tariff issues
 Wade, Benjamin F. (Signed Album Page) $75
Ohio Radical Republican Senator, as Senate President pro tempore, would have become President had the impeached Andrew Johnson been convicted by the Senate
 Wadsworth Jr., James W. (Photograph) $15
Conservative GOP NY US Senator 1915-27, opposed Prohibition & women’s suffrage, US Rep 1933-51
 Walsh, David I. (Signed Card) $15
Massachusetts’ 1st Irish-American & Catholic governor & US senator, chaired Senate Naval Affairs Committee in WW II
 Walthall, Edward C. (Document) $95
Mississippi CSA Major General, post-War US Senator
 Webster, Daniel (Free Franked Panel + Steel Engraving) $175
Senate free franked panel addressed to 1st great US autograph collector
 Webster, Daniel (Letter) $295
1841 LS as Tyler’s Secretary of State regarding passports
 Wheeler, Burton K. (Signed Card) $25
Liberal isolationist Montana US Senator, 1924 Progressive VP candidate
 Wilson, Henry (Signature) $65
Signature of the Massachusetts US Senator, Grant's VP 1873-75, a founder of the Republican Party
 Wilson, Henry (Letter) $250
March 1869 ALS while Senator mentioning post-Inaugural visit to President Grant
 Wilson, Henry (Signature) $75
Massachusetts US Senator, Grant's VP 1873-75, a founder of the Republican Party
 Winthrop, Robert C. (Letter) $30
1854 ALS declining to address a library association

Educators
 Bache, Alexander D. (Letter) $150
1838 ALS to trustee Joseph Hopkinson raising problems with Stephen Girard’s will to further aims of Girard College
 Bache, Alexander D. (Letter) $75
Distinguished scientist and educator, 1st President of the National Academy of Sciences
 Berry, Sidney B. (Letter) $25
1975 TLS as 50th West Point Superintendent, served in Korea and Vietnam to the Army War College Commandant
 Brimmer Jr., Martin (Photograph) $50
Signed 1860 carte-de-visite photo of the Harvard Fellow, 1st president of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts
 Bush, Vannevar (Signature) $75
Led WW II Office of Scientific Research & Development, created 1st analog computer
 Compton, Karl T. (Signature) $30
Member of National Defense Research Committee, MIT President, defended WW II A-Bomb use
 Crowinshield, Francis Boardman (Photograph) $50
Signed carte-de-visite photo of the Massachussetts statesman, Harvard Fellow 1861-77
 Eisenhower, Milton S. (Letter) $30
1976 TLS as President Emeritus of Johns Hopkins University, sends corrections to his testimony before a Senate Subcommottee
 Gardner, John W. (Letter) $20
1975 TLS on Common Cause letterhead to the Commandant of the Army War College
 Hibben, John Grier (Photograph) $30
Philosopher, Presbyterian minister, succeeded Woodrow Wilson as president of Princeton University
 Howe, Samuel G. (Letter) $115
Noted teacher of the blind seeks ½-price railroad pass for a blind girl
 Low, Seth (Letter) $25
1st President of Columbia University, reformist 2nd Mayor of New York City
 Lowell, John Amory (Photograph) $175
Boston businessman & philanthropist, 1st Lowell Institute trustee 1839-81, Harvard Fellow 1837-77
 Maclaurin, Richard C. ("Maclaurin of Tech") (Letter) $15
1916 TLS from the dynamic president of MIT to President Howe of Case School of Applied Science
 Morse, Jedediah (Signature) $25
“The Father of American Geography”, minister, teacher, father of inventor-artist Samuel F. B. Morse
 Nott, Eliphalet (AQS) $75
Latin AQS from the Presbyterian minister, president of Union College 1804-66, president of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 1829-45
 Pound, Roscoe (Letter) $15
Renowned legal scholar, Harvard Law School dean 1916-36
 Putnam, George (Photograph) $110
Carte-de-visite photo signed by a founder of the Transcendentalist Movement
 Schurman, Jacob G. (Signed card) $10
Autograph sentiment signed by Cornell's 3rd President, US diplomat
 Seelye, Julius H. (Letter) $75
1848 ALS as an Amherst student seeking (in vain) to convince a future Shakespearean scholar to not leave the College
 Seelye, Laurenus Clark (Photograph) $35
1904 photograph as (1st) President of Smith College
 Walker, James (Photograph) $50
Signed photograph of the 21st President of Harvard University (1853-60)
 Webster, John W.; Channing, Walter; Bigelow, Jacob; Hayward, George; Ware, John (Signatures) $85
Signatures of 5 notable mid-19th century Harvard Medical School professors, including the last Harvard man hanged after a sensational 1849 murder case!
 Webster, Noah (Letter) $750
1838 ALS from the lexicographer and education pioneer, his textbooks taught 5 generations of American children to spell & read
 White, Andrew D. (Letter) $15
1891 TLS as (1st) former President of Cornell University
 Willard, Emma (Document) $225
Early ADS of the founder of the 1st women’s school of higher education

Espionage
 Colby, William E. (Letter) $90
US career intelligence officer, with OSS in WW II, with CIA in Vietnam from 1959, CIA Director 1973-76
 Cushman Jr., Robert E. (Letter) $40
1974 TLS as 25th Marine Corps Commandant, to the Army War College Commandant regarding Corps participation in an Army War College program
 Hallowes, Odette Bailly Sansom Churchill (Photograph) $175
Color photo of the British spy with her decorations and medals
 McCoy, Frank Ross (Signed Card) $15
Soldier-diplomat, served from Spanish-American War thru WW II
 Peers, Wm. Ray (Letter) $40
1977 TLS from the WW II OSS and CIA officer, former commander of I Field Force in Vietnam, led 1969 investigation of the My Lai massacre
 Turner, Stansfield (Letter) $85
1977 TLS as CIA Director regarding CIA participation in the Army War College’s Warsaw Pact seminars

Explorers & Adventurers
 Bartlett, Robert A. "Captain Bob" (Letter) $175
1919 ALS to “Who’s Who in America” from the Canadian seafarer and arctic explorer
 Brodie, Steve (Signed Card) $65
Colorful Brooklyn bookmaker, claimed to have survived 1886 Brooklyn Bridge jump
 Byrd, Richard E. (Photograph) $225
1927 signed & inscribed sepia photograph in Navy uniform
 Freuchen, Peter (Photograph) $65
Uncommon signed photo of the Danish Greenland explorer, traveler and author
 Gibbons, Floyd (Signature) $15
Noted war correspondent & radio news commentator, signed at the Salt Lake City Tabernacle
 Grosvenor, Gilbert H. (Letter) $75
“Father of Photojournalism”, edited National Geographic Magazine 1899-1954, Society President 1920-54
 Hedin, Sven (Signed Portrait) $75
Swedish Central Asian explorer, geographer, topographer & author
 Muller, David Heinrich (Photograph) $40
1903 signed photo of the eminent Austrian-Jewish orientalist & semitist
 Peary, Adm. Robert E. (Letter) $450
Nov. 1904 LS to the Peary Arctic Club Secretary-Treasurer, offers to contribute supplies for a dinner, including "pickled narwhal skin"
 Stefansson, Vilhjalmur (First Day Cover) $30
1959 US Arctic Exploration stamp First Day Cover signed by the Canadian arctic explorer

First Ladies/First Families of the US
 Bush, Barbara (Letter) $165
Uncommon 1988 TLS as "Second Lady" and "First Lady-Elect" thanking a close friend for a holiday gift
 Carter, Rosalynn (Photograph) $65
Signed 1986 b&w portrait photo
 Carter, Rosalynn (Letter) $65
TLS during the 1984 Democratic Convention, regarding her autobiography "First Lady from Plains"
 Cleveland, Frances (Executive Mansion Card) $150
Executive Mansion Card signed while First Lady
 Cleveland, Frances F. (Letter) $175
First Lady Mrs. Cleveland invites Mrs. Jefferson and Mrs. Taft for tea at Gray Gables
 Cleveland, Frances F. (White House Vignette) $250
Rare signed White House South Portico steel vignette
 Clinton, Hillary Rodham (Letter) $295
1993 TLS as First Lady thanking Little Rock friends for a memorial gift in memory of her father
 Coolidge, Grace (White House Card) $125
Signed White House card
 Coolidge, Grace (Free Franked Envelope) $150
1934 free-franked Lincoln-Hoover cacheted envelope address by her to notable Lincoln collector John E. Boos
 Coolidge, Grace (Signed White House vignette) $185
Nice steel engraved White House vignette card signed by the First Lady
 Coolidge, Grace (Signed card) $85
Engraved card from their new home signed & dated 7 months after leaving The White House
 Eisenhower, Mamie D. (Letter) $95
Mamie hopes to visit Abilene and Eisenhower Library, praised by grandson David
 Eisenhower, Mamie D. (Signed White House card) $150
Uncommon White House card signed by Mrs. Eisenhower
 Ford, Betty (Photograph) $75
Lovely White House color signed & inscribed portrait
 Ford, Gerald & Betty (Signed cards) $75
Post-presidential cards signed by the President & First Lady
 Garfield, Lucretia R. (Check) $350
Signed bank check written a year after President Garfield’s death
 Garfield, Lucretia R. (Letter) $295
1904 New Years Eve ALS , regrets she has no autographs of General Garfield with her
 Harding, Florence Kling (Check) $175
1924 check to a friend of the Hardings, with them when the President died, written 5 months before her death
 Harrison, Mary Scott Lord Dimmick (Signed Card) $50
1938 card signed by President Benjamin Harrison’s 2nd First Lady
 Hoover, Lou Henry (Letter) $235
4 page post-White House ALS written on a train to family friend Marie Sullivan
 Hoover, Lou Henry (White House card) $150
Signed White House card
 Johnson, Lady Bird (Letter) $110
1985 TLS Inviting Former Treasury Secretary Fowler & wife to a cocktail party & dinner at the LBJ Library during an LBJ Foundation Board meeting
 Johnson, Lady Bird (Letter) $150
1965 TLS as First Lady to Mrs. Henry Fowler, proposing Virginia “safari” with Cabinet wives!
 Johnson, Lady Bird (Photograph) $75
Lovely 1968 color photo taken at the LBJ Ranch
 Johnson, Lady Bird (Photograph) $85
Lovely signed & inscribed White House color portrait of Mrs. Johnson
 Johnston, Harriet Lane (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $225
Niece of bachelor James Buchanan and his 1857-61 White House hostess, Baltimore & Washington philanthropist
 Nixon, Pat (Signed Program) $95
Signed program for 1971 launch of US nuclear-powered guided-missle frigate “California”
 Nixon, Pat (Signed Cover) $75
Signed commemorative envelope for 1971 launch of US nuclear-powered guided- missle frigate “California”
 Nixon, Pat (Letter) $175
April 1974 TLS as First Lady to a well-wisher
 Pierce, Jane A. (Letter) $1100
1851 ALS of the future First Lady to her sister, regarding health of their brother and his family and her son Bennie, mentions "Mr. Pierce"
 Polk, Sarah C. (Letter) $525
1878 ALS written from "Polk Place" by the 1845-49 First Lady
 Reagan, Nancy (Letter) $225
1980 TLS a week after Ronald Reagan accepted the 1980 Republican presidential nomination!
 Reagan, Nancy (Letter) $225
1984 TLS as First Lady thanking a man for a gift of Reagan campaign buttons
 Reagan, Nancy (Photograph) $85
Signed & inscribed lovely color photograph
 Roosevelt, Edith K. (Letter) $250
Poignant 1920 ALS on the death of her WW I pilot son Quentin, killed in action in France on Bastille Day 1918
 Roosevelt, Edith K. (Letter) $275
1908 ALS while First Lady thanking a prominent Louisiana GOP businessman and his wife for their hospitality
 Roosevelt, Edith Kermit (Free Franked Envelope) $75
1933 free-franked, hand-addressed envelope
 Roosevelt, Eleanor (Signature) $95
Frameable signature of the popular First Lady and stateswoman
 Roosevelt, Eleanor (ON HOLD) (Letter) $350
The First Lady congratulates an Arizona woman on the success of a Democratic Women's Day Drive
 Taft, Helen H. (Free Franked Envelope) $110
Free-franked, hand-addressed envelope postmarked 1939
 Truman, Bess W. (Letter) $250
Undated ALS from the First Lady to the wife of Vice President Barkley, a cordial invitation to a “family dinner”
 Truman, Bess W. (Letter) $250
Uncommon ALS from the First Lady to the “Second Lady”, wife of Vice President Alben Barkley
 Wilson, Edith B. (Letter) $250
Mrs. Wilson, in Japan, happily anticipates FDR’s 1932 election in 4 days!
 Wilson, Edith B. (Letter) $225
1956 ALS from the former First Lady to the widow of former VP Alben Barkley, lovely letter of sympathy on his death
 Wilson, Edith B. (Letter) $225
1956 ALS to “Cousin Jane”, 2nd wife of Vice President Alben Barkley, sends thanks for a birthday orchid “in memory of Mr. Wilson”
 Wyman, Jane (Letter) $125
Good content 1949 TLS (year her divorce from Ronald Reagan was finalized) mentioning a good deed from a fan, an Oscar night lucky charm!

Framers of the US Constitution
 Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth (Check) $950
1802 rare check written by the South Carolina Framer, Federalist 1800 VP and 1804 & 1808 presidential candidate

Inventors
 Bell, Alexander Graham (Letter) $995
Bell sends an autograph to an American collector
 Black, Alexander (Letter) $50
Inventor of the “picture play”, made President Grover Cleveland a “film star”!
 Coolidge, William D. (Signature) $35
Inventor of the “Coolidge Tube”, made medical x-rays safe and convenient
 Ericsson, John (Letter) $450
1851 ALS by the marine engineer and inventor, designed and built 1st US ironclad ship, “USS Monitor”
 Henry, Joseph (Document) $225
1873 letter as Smithsonian Secretary introducing Vermont Senator Edmunds
 Maxim, Hudson (Signature) $50
Inventor of smokeless gunpowder
 Nott, Eliphalet (AQS) $75
Latin AQS from the Presbyterian minister, president of Union College 1804-66, president of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 1829-45
 Schaefer, Vincent J. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $20
General Electric chemist, developed artificial snow and cloud-seeding to produce rain

Journalism
 Booker, Simeon (Letter) $75
Good content 1958 letter on JFK from the crusading newspaperman called the “Jackie Robinson of journalism”
 Brisbane, Arthur (Letter) $60
1932 TLS from Hearst's "virtual executive director" to Hearst's personal assistant-secretary after a visit to San Simeon
 Brown, Mildred D. (Letter) $40
1975 ALS to the Army War College Commandant by a civil rights leader, praising his remarks on possibilities and challenges facing young people as future leaders
 Brownlow, William G. (Signed Card) $60
Card signed by “The Fighting Parson” of East Tennessee
 Buchanan, Patrick J. (Letter) $35
Nixon White House aide, sought 1992 & 1996 GOP presidential nominations, 2000 Reform Party nominee, arch-conservative journalist
 Chandler, Otis (Photograph) $15
Signed photo of the Los Angeles Times publisher 1960-80, chairman of Times-Mirror 1980-85
 Cox, James M. (Signature) $50
Ohio US Rep & Governor, 1920 Democratic presidential candidate (with FDR), his newspaper company now a media giant
 Dana, Charles A. (Letter) $65
Dana of “The Sun” regrets he cannot accept J. P. Morgan & Committee’s invitation to attend Chamber of Commerce annual banquet
 Dana, Charles A. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $25
1886 Autograph Sentiment Signed while influential “New York Sun” owner-editor
 Gannett, Frank E. (Autographed Sentiment Signed) $20
1944 card signed by the media mogul, founded Gannett Corporation
 Gibbons, Floyd (Signature) $15
Noted war correspondent & radio news commentator, signed at the Salt Lake City Tabernacle
 Godey, Louis A. (Document) $50
1853 10-month $360 promissory note signed twice by the “Godey’s Lady’s Book” founder-editor-publisher
 Grosvenor, Gilbert H. (Letter) $75
“Father of Photojournalism”, edited National Geographic Magazine 1899-1954, Society President 1920-54
 Hearst, William Randolph (Letters) $595
Hearst details his thoughts on outdoor issues relating to his St. Donat's Castle in Wales, bought as a gift for Marion Davies, to his personal European representative
 Hearst, William Randolph (ANS) $225
Draft Hearst telegram to a London representative providing for a clergyman's Christmas gift!
 Hearst, William Randolph (Letter) $350
Hearst micromanages the furnishing of his Wyntoon estate!
 Lloyd, Henry Demarest (Letter) $15
1900 TLS to editor Hamilton Holt on labor-management disputes and the International Permanent Court of Arbitration
 Luce, Henry R. (Letter) $110
ALS from the communications empire founder to the wife of Yale’s president
 Luce, Henry R. (Letter) $110
ALS to the wife of Time Inc.’s vice chairman, an original investor, praising a biography of St. Ignatius Loyola
 Mencken, H. L. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $75
Frameable card signed by “The Sage of Baltimore”
 Ochs, Adolph S. (Signature) $40
Progressive “New York Times” owner-publisher 1896-1935, crusaded against anti-semitism in American press
 Paley, William S. (Signed Card) $30
Card signed by the pioneer broadcaster, founder of the CBS radio & television networks
 Pearson, Drew (Letter) $20
1953 TLS on his 192-station taped radio network letterhead, to a Pennsylvania physician fan
 Pomeroy, Marcus M. "Brick" (Autograph Quotation Signed) $50
Wisconsin “Copperhead” Democrat newspaperman, viciously attacked Lincoln in print and called for his death!
 Pulitzer, Joseph (Check) $1100
1889 check from the the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and New York World publisher, left money to create Columbia University School of Journalism and Pulitzer Prizes
 Raymond, Henry J. (Autograph Sentiment Signed ) $20
1861 autograph sentiment signed by the 1851 co-founder of The New York Times, a founder of the Republican Party, biographer of Lincoln
 Reid, Whitelaw (Signed Album Page) $20
Signed 1893 album page with unsigned Sarony cabinet photo
 Reid, Whitelaw (Letter) $35
1879 ALS as New York Tribune editor
 Rowan, Carl T. (Photograph) $15
Acclaimed African-American journalist, diplomat and government official
 Runyon, Damon (Letter) $250
1937 uncommon TLS from the colorful Hearst sportswriter and short story author to Hearst's chief assistant and personal secretary
 Runyon, Damon (Letter) $225
1944 uncommon TLS from the Hearst's sportswriter and short story author to Hearst's chief assistant- personal secretary on the throat cancer that would kill him in 2 years and covering the 1944 conventions
 Watterson, Henry (Letter) $15
Influential Kentucky editor, 1918 Pulitzer Prize recipient for editorials
 White, William Allen (Signed Card) $25
1943 card signed by the Pulitzer Prize-winning “Sage of Emporia”
 White, William Allen (Photograph) $40
Signed photo of the Pulitzer Prize-winning “Sage of Emporia”
 Winter, William (Signed portrait) $40
Portrait of the American drama critic-author inscribed in 1894 to John L. Toole, English comic actor, manager, and producer

Labor Leaders
 Abel, I. W. (Letter) $20
TLS as Steelworkers Union Secretary-Treasurer, 2 weeks before certification of his election as Union President
 Foster, William Z. (Signed Card) $65
Led US Communist Party 1921-56, Party 1924, 1928 & 1932 US presidential candidate
 Green, William (ON HOLD) (Photograph) $35
Photo signed by the 2nd President of the American Federation of Labor (1924-52)
 Green, William F. (Signed Card) $20
(2nd) President of the American Federation of Labor 1924-52
 Lewis, John L. (Signed Card) $25
Controversial 1920-60 Mine Workers president, a founder of the CIO, took the UMWA into the AFL in 1944
 Murray, Philip (Signature) $20
1st President of the United Steelworkers, 2nd CIO President 1940-52
 Woodcock, Leonard (Photograph) $15
Led United Auto Workers Union 1970-77, 1st US top diplomat and ambassador to People’s Republic of China 1977-81

Law
 Baker, Newton D. (Letter) $35
1927 TLS to notable collector Rev. Cornelius Greenway, unable to accept his invitation
 Baker, Newton D. (Photograph) $45
Signed photo while on the Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague
 Butler, Benjamin F. (Letter) $125
The former Cabinet member and Van Buren’s law partner, sends his autograph from court, apologizing for neglecting an earlier request
 Califano Jr., Joseph A. (Letter) $30
1979 TLS as Carter’s HEW Secretary, sending a book and setting up a meeting with the Army War College Commandant
 Carson of Duncairn, Baron (Photograph) $95
Famed barrister in Oscar Wilde libel suit, Irish & Ulster Unionist leader, foe of Irish Home Rule
 Choate, Joseph H. (Letter) $30
Renowned attorney Choate nominates a lawyer for membership in the New York Bar Association
 Choate, Joseph H. (Letter) $30
The eminent New York lawyer enjoys the 1891 summer Stockbridge heat
 Choate, Joseph H. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $15
Eminent New York City lawyer and diplomat
 Choate, Rufus & Shaw, Lemuel (Document) $90
1833 legal document signed by two Massachusetts legal giants
 Christopher, Warren M. (Photograph) $30
Signed photo of the lawyer-statesman, 63rd US Secretary of State
 Crowder, Enoch H. (Photograph) $40
US Army Judge Advocate General 1911-23, as Provost Marshal, implemented & administered WW I military conscription
 Cummings, Homer S. (Photograph) $75
1938 official portrait inscribed to the 1st Asst. Postmaster General by FDR's dynamic Attorney General
 Cushing, Caleb (ON HOLD) (Letter) $75
1866 ALS to powerful New York Republican boss Roscoe Conkling
 Doar, John (Leter) $75
1980 TLS by the Justice Dept. Civil Rights Division lawyer, prosecuted murderers of civil rights martyrs Viola Liuzzo, James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner, protected James Meredith at Ole Miss, walked into Montgomery ahead of Dr. King
 Evarts, William M. (Signed Card) $50
Andrew Johnson's Attorney General and impeachment trial lawyer, Hayes' Secretary of State
 Foster, John W. (Letter) $65
1902 LS of the diplomat, Secretary of State, author and first legal "lobbyist', to Admiral George Dewey
 Gardner, Erle Stanley (ON HOLD) (Photograph) $85
Creator of the great fictional crime-solving lawyer, Perry Mason
 Kaufman, Irving R. (Letter) $55
1957 TLS by the controversial federal judge who imposed death sentences on convicted Russian spies Julius & Ethel Rosenberg in 1951
 Kenyon, Dorothy (Letter) $20
Controversial feminist lawyer-jurist-diplomat
 Kunstler, William M. (Signed Portrait) $15
Controversial radical lawyer, civil rights activist
 Miller, Nathan L. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $15
New York lawyer for Carnegie and US Steel, 43rd Governor of New York 1921-22
 Pound, Roscoe (Letter) $15
Renowned legal scholar, Harvard Law School dean 1916-36
 Rusk, Dean (Letter) $25
1975 TLS by the JFK-LBJ Secretary of State while University of Georgia Professor of Law
 Williams, Edward Bennett (Letter) $20
Legendary Washington super-lawyer /insider, owned Baltimore Orioles & Washington Redskins

Law & US Supreme Court
 Black, Hugo L. (Letter) $125
1943 TLS as Associate Justice, one of the 20th century's greatest justices
 Blackmun, Harry A. (Letter) $125
1985 TLS modest comment on a commencement addresses by the author of the Court’s controversial 1973 Roe v. Wade abortion rights opinion
 Blackmun, Harry A. (ANS on SCOTUS Card) $75
Authored Court’s controversial 1973 Roe v. Wade opinion
 Brennan Jr., William J. (Signed booklet) $150
Signed 1979 printed Court "slip opinion"
 Breyer, Stephen (Photograph) $75
Signed color photo of Associate Justice Breyer
 Burger, Warren E. (Letter) $110
1973 TLS as Chief Justice on inability to attend meeting of the National Portrait Gallery Commission
 Burger, Warren E. (Letter) $40
1977 initialed TLS as Chief Justice declining invitation to attend "opening" and dinner at the National Portrait Gallery
 Burton, Harold H. (Letter) $95
Justice Burton thanks a friend’s daughters for 73rd birthday wishes
 Burton, Harold H. (Letter) $110
1959 Justice Burton ALS thanking friends for birthday greetings
 Butler, Pierce (Signature) $50
1923 signature of one of the Anti-New Deal “Four Horsemen”
 Byrnes, James F. (Signed Card) $30
Card Signed by the South Carolina statesman, US Supreme Court Justice & Secretary of State
 Cardozo, Benjamin N. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $250
Autograph Sentiment Signed likely while 2nd Jewish Associate Justice
 Chase, Samuel (Document) $2950
1768 printed DS completed by him and signed while Baltimore lawyer, seeks summons from sheriff to bring a client’s debtor to court
 Clark, Tom C. (Photograph) $65
Nicely Inscribed 1945 Photo as Attorney General
 Clark, Tom C. (Letter) $75
1955 ALS on Court notecard to Mrs. Alben Barkley
 Clark, Tom C. (First Day Cover) $35
1968 First Day Cover signed by President Truman's "biggest mistake"
 Clark, Tom C. (Letter) $90
1951 TLS as Associate Justice congratulating a friend whose son is to clerk for renowned 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Learned Hand
 Clark, Tom C. (Letter) $90
1956 ALS on Court notecard sending sympathies to Mrs. Alben Barkley on the death of the former Vice President
 Clarke, John H. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $275
1923 autograph sentiment signed by one of the rarest 20th century Justices
 Day, William R. (Document) $40
1873 MsDS as Stark County, Ohio Justice of the Peace, later US Secretary of State & Supreme Court Associate Justice
 Day, William R. (Check) $50
1899 check while federal appellate court judge, joined Supreme Court in 1903
 Douglas, William O. (Signed Inaugural Cover) $75
Signed 1973 Nixon 2nd Inaugural cover
 Douglas, William O. (Signed Card) $40
1943 card signed while Associate Justice
 Douglas, William O. (Letter) $95
Justice Douglas appreciates "generous comments" on one of his books
 Douglas, William O. (Check) $195
1958 check from Justice Douglas payable to his (2nd of 4) wife
 Douglas, William O. (Letter) $95
1949 brief TLS from Justice Douglas on visiting the University of Virginia Law School
 Duvall, Gabriel (Signature) $75
Clipped signature as (1st) US Treasury Comptroller, served on Marshall Court 1812-35
 Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Letter) $995
1967 TLS to brother Edgar, agreeing that he should have opposed appointing Earl Warren as Chief Justice 14 years before!
 Field, Stephen J. (Signed Card) $110
Card signed as Retired Associate Justice (1897-99)
 Field, Stephen J. (Letter) $250
1875 LS while Associate Justice to a powerful San Francisco financier-businessman, helping his friend meet the US Attorney General for a job interview
 Field, Stephen J. (Letter) $325
Good content 1875 LS while Associate Justice, seemingly currying favor with San Francisco financier-businessman Wm. Ralston, on rooms on his property for the federal judiciary in San Francisco
 Field, Stephen J. (Letter) $325
Lengthy good content 1874 ALS while Associate Justice, to San Francisco financier-businessman Wm. Ralston, mentions recent Court decision affecting banks, thanks him for a $1,200 gift (!), and much more!
 Fortas, Abe (Signed booklet) $195
Rare signed copy of his 1968 booklet, "Concerning Dissent and Civil Disobedience"
 Frankfurter, Felix (First Day Cover) $175
1950 US National Government Sesquicentennial-Judicial Branch stamp First Day Cover signed while Associate Justice, a leader of the Court's conservatives
 Frankfurter, Felix (Letter) $250
1944 TLS as Associate Justice, advocate of judicial restraint, a leader of the Court's conservatives
 Goldberg, Arthur J. (Photograph) $95
Signed & inscribed photograph of the statesman & jurist
 Goldberg, Arthur J. (First Day Cover) $50
Signed 1968 First Day Cover
 Goldberg, Arthur J. (ON HOLD) (Letter) $150
1970 TLS after losing New York gubernatorial election, to Senator Muskie, thanking him for campaign help
 Gray, Horace (Signed Card) $75
Card signed by the 1st Justice to hire a law clerk – paid from his own pocket!
 Harlan, John M. (First Day Cover) $65
Signed First Day Cover while Associate Justice
 Hughes, Charles Evans (Signed card) $30
Card signed by the statesman and jurist
 Lamar, Lucius Q. C. (Autograph album page) $125
Drafted Mississippi's Ordinance of Secession, CSA diplomat, Cleveland's Interior Secretary, Associate Justice 1888-93
 Lamar, Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus (Signed card) $125
CSA diplomat, Georgia US Rep. & Senator, Cleveland Interior Secretary, Associate Justice
 Matthews, Stanley & Thurman, Allen G. (Signed Album Page) $75
Ohio’s 1877-79 Senators, a future Supreme Court Justice and a future VP candidate
 McKenna, Joseph (Signed Card) $75
Card signed while McKinley's Attorney General, served in all 3 Federal Government branches
 McLean, John (Letter) $350
Justice McLean 1840 draft ALS to Harvard President Josiah Quincy accepting an honorary degree
 McLean, John (Letter) $325
Associate Justice McLean, Cincinnati landlord, remits rents
 McLean, John (Letter) $350
1840 ALS while Associate Justice, to the lawyer son of his Assistant when Postmaster General, later counsel for Lincoln assassination conspirators, the Surratts
 Murphy, Frank (Signed Card) $75
Went from Detroit to Manila to Lansing to the Justice Department to the Supreme Court 1933-1940!
 Murphy, Frank (Letter) $135
1948 TLS as Associate Justice – served in Detroit, Manila, Lansing, Justice Department, then to the Supreme Court from 1933-1940!
 Murphy, Frank (Signed Court card) $95
Uncommon signed Court notecard
 Nelson, Samuel (Letter) $275
Justice Nelson declines a Congressional banquet invitation to celebrate Washington’s birthday
 OConnor, Sandra Day (First Day Cover) $85
Court-related First Day Cover signed by the 1st woman named to the Court
 OConor, Charles (Signed Card) $30
Southern sympathizer, counsel for Jefferson Davis’ treason trial, helped bring down Boss Tweed & the Tweed Ring 1871-75, 1872 “Straight-Out Democrats” presidential nominee
 Powell Jr., Lewis F. (Signed Inaugural Cover) $75
Signed 1973 Nixon Inaugural cover
 Reed, Stanley (Signed Card) $20
Card signed most likely while Associate Justice
 Reed, Stanley F. (First Day Cover) $25
1964 JFK Memorial Stamp FDC signed while retired from the Court
 Rehnquist, William H. (First Day Cover) $75
Signed 1978 Holmes stamp First Day Cover
 Rehnquist, William H. (First Day Cover) $75
ABA 75th anniversary stamp First Day Cover signed as Associate Justice
 Roberts, Owen J. (Signed Card) $30
FDR appointee, wrote 1936 opinion striking down a major New Deal program
 Stevens, John Paul (First Day Cover) $40
First Day Cover signed in person while Associate Justice
 Stevens, John Paul (Signed Court card) $50
Engraved Court notecard signed by the 3rd longest serving Justice in Court history
 Stewart, Potter (Signed Brochure) $25
Signed Court biographical brochure page
 Stone, Harlan F. (Photograph) $195
Signed Harris & Ewing official portrait dated while Associate Justice
 Strong, William (Signed Card) $125
Card Signed as Associate Justice
 Supreme Court of the United States 1968-69 (First Day Cover) $1100
1968 Oliver W. Holmes Jr. stamp FDC signed by the 9 members of the last “Warren Court”
 Supreme Court of the United States: 1898-1902 (Signed cards) $895
9 cards signed by the late 19th-early 20th century "Fuller Court", noted for its general conservatism faced with enormous social and business changes
 Taft, William H. (Check) $550
Rare 1921 personal check while Yale law professor
 Taft, William H. (Letter) $650
1921 ALS thanking an Illinois congressman for his congratuations on Taft's appointment, confirmation and swearing-in 3 days earlier as Chief Justice
 Vinson, Fred M. (Signed Court card) $125
1947 TNS while Chief Justice on Court notecard
 Vinson, Fred M. (Signed Program) $75
In-person signature on 1953 Washington dinner program
 Warren, Earl (Letter) $150
California Governor Warren expresses thanks after 2nd reelection victory
 Warren, Earl (Letter) $150
Governor Warren thanks Lincoln biographer G. Lynn Sumner for a signed copy of his book
 White, Byron R. (Signed Court Slip Opinion) $150
1977 Court Slip Opinion signed by its author, a College Football Hall of Famer and the 1938 NFL leading rusher!
 Woodbury, Levi (Letter) $295
Rare Court-related ALS while Associate Justice, offering to present an opinion in Newport
 Woodbury, Levi (Letter) $90
1836 LS as Treasury Secretary, to the Cashier of the Girard Bank in Philadelphia, postponing payment of a transfer draft

Law-Law Enforcement
 Burns, William J. (ON HOLD) (Photograph) $75
1921 signed photo of the famed detective while head of US Bureau of Investigation, FBI forerunner
 Hoover, J. Edgar (Letter) $125
1971 TLS as FBI Director, thanking a former US diplomat-businessman-lobbyist for his support against attacks on the FBI
 Hoover, J. Edgar (Letter) $110
1956 letter as FBI Director expressing sympathy to widow of prominent anti-Communist labor leader
 Hoover, J. Edgar (Letter) $115
1956 TLS as FBI Director to a noted US statesman-diplomat, thanking him for bringing material on a Native American activist to his attention
 Jerome, William Travers (Signed card) $30
Anti-corruption NYC DA 1902-09, prosecuted Harry Thaw for Stanford White murder; cousin of Winston Churchill
 Johnson, Wm. E. "Pussyfoot" (ON HOLD) (Photograph) $15
Prohibition advocate, US law enforcement officer in Indian Territory & Oklahoma
 McDonald, Maurice "Nick" (Photograph) $110
Photo signed by the Dallas policeman who arrested Lee Harvey Oswald after JFK’s assassination
 Palmer, A. Mitchell (Signed Card) $25
Card signed by Wilson’s Attorney General, enforced Prohibition, directed “Palmer Raids” against “Reds” and anarchists
 Pinkerton, William A. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $60
Led Pinkerton’s National Detective Agency 1884-1923
 Webster, John W.; Channing, Walter; Bigelow, Jacob; Hayward, George; Ware, John (Signatures) $85
Signatures of 5 notable mid-19th century Harvard Medical School professors, including the last Harvard man hanged after a sensational 1849 murder case!
 Yorty, Sam (Letter) $20
Mayor Yorty defends the LAPD & Chief Parker 2 weeks after the August 1965 Watts Riots

Literature
 Aldrich, Thomas Bailey (Check) $45
1896 check in the hand of, and signed by, the New England writer to a literary critic and poet +AMs of a poem by Aldrich
 Alger Jr., Horatio (ON HOLD) (Autograph sentiment signed) $175
Children’s fiction author of greatly popular “rags to riches” stories
 Anderson, Maxwell (Document) $75
1945 license for radio broadcast of his play "Elizabeth the Queen"
 Angell, Sir (Ralph) Norman (Letter) $40
English 1933 Nobel Peace Prize laureate, believed that European economic integration would make militarism obsolete
 Arthur, T(imothy). S(hay). (Signature) $15
Popular mid-19th century author, famous for 1854 temperance novel, “Ten Nights in a Bar-Room and What I Saw There”
 Barton, Bruce F. (ANS) $15
Successful advertising executive and author, GOP congressional foe of FDR (“Martin, Barton, and Fish”)
 Brady, Cyrus Townsend (Autograph Sentiment Signed + Quotation) $25
1901 AQS from a novel by the naval biographer & writer of historical fiction
 Brady, Cyrus Townsend (Photograph) $30
Signed photo of the naval biographer & historical novelist
 Bryant, William Cullen (Letter) $225
1847 ALS to an aunt from the popular 19th century American poet & editor
 Bryce, James, 1st Viscount (Letter) $15
1909 ALS from notable British historian, diplomat & alpinist, condemned German Belgian and Ottoman Armenian atrocities
 Burgess, Thornton W. (AQS) $85
Children's author Thornton Burgess AQS from “Peter Rabbitt”
 Cady, Harrison (Signature) $30
Wrote and drew “Peter Rabbit” comic strip 1920-48, illustrator partner of Thornton Burgess for 50 years
 Cain, James M. (Letter) $225
1947 TLS from “hard-boiled” crime ficton novelist
 Carnegie, Dale (Signed Card) $30
Legendary speaker, writer and teacher of salesmanship & self-improvement
 Carson of Duncairn, Baron (Photograph) $95
Famed barrister in Oscar Wilde libel suit, Irish & Ulster Unionist leader, foe of Irish Home Rule
 Clemens (Mark Twain), Samuel L. (Letter) $2250
Twain to his English publisher, approving Italian translations but nothing before “The Gilded Age”
 Clemens, Samuel L. ("Mark Twain") (Check) $1550
1900 personal check from America’s best-known writer & humorist !
 Cronin, A(rchibald). J(oseph). (Document) $20
New York bank signature card signed by the popular Scottish physician-novelist
 Cullen, Countee (Signed Card) $195
1928 card signed by the renowned African-American poet, a leading figure in the Harlem Renaissance
 Dana Sr., Richard Henry (Autographed Sentiment Signed) $30
American writer & critic, early practitioner of Gothic literature
 Edgeworth, Maria (Autograph Manuscript Signed) $295
Manuscript page from her 1834 novel “Helen” by the late 18th-early 19th century popular Irish novelist
 Eliot, George (Signature) $195
One of Victorian England's greatest novelists, one of world's foremost women writers
 Forster, E(dward) M. (Letter) $250
1969 ALS of the popular English novelist who had 5 novels published in his lifetime, 3 became very successful films 50+ years later
 Gardner, Erle Stanley (ON HOLD) (Photograph) $85
Creator of the great fictional crime-solving lawyer, Perry Mason
 Garland, Hamlin (Photograph) $60
Wrote of midwestern farm life, 1922 Pulitzer Prize winner
 Gilder, Richard Watson (Letter) $95
1895 ALS as Chairman to NY Governor Levi Morton on Report of the Tenement House Committee
 Guthrie Jr., A. B. (Photograph) $20
Pulitzer Prize-winning Western novelist, wrote Oscar-nominated script for 1953 film “Shane”
 Howard, Sidney Coe (Document) $150
1928 contract for South African rights to one of his plays from Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, & “Gone With the Wind” Oscar-winning screenplay writer
 Howells, William Dean (Signature) $50
“The Dean of American Letters”
 James, P.D., Baroness James of Holland Park (Autograph album page) $25
In-person signature of the English mystery writer, creator of detective-poet Adam Dalgleish
 Jusserand, Jules Jean (Photograph) $30
1925 photo signed by the great French diplomat, Ambassador to the US 1902-25, 1st recipient of the Pulitzer Prize in History in 1926
 Kaufman, George S. (Typed Note Signed) $175
Characteristically odd 1935 TNS from the Algonquin Round Table member to an actor friend seeking a part
 Larcom, Lucy (Autograph Manuscript Signed) $75
Original 1879 verse in honor of a girl
 London, Jack (Letter) $895
London refers a fellow Socialist editor to his rather capitalist European agent
 Longfellow, Henry W. (ON HOLD) (Letter) $350
The great popular poet praises a singer, apparently a protege of a noted Unitarian minister
 Luhan, Mabel Dodge (Signature) $75
Rare autograph of the wealthy patron associated with the Taos Art Colony; author
 Mailer, Norman (Letter) $125
1971 letter thanking children for drawings
 Mencken, H. L. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $75
Frameable card signed by “The Sage of Baltimore”
 Mitchell, Donald G. (Photograph) $50
Popular 19th century American writer under pseudonym “Ik Marvel”
 Mitchell, Silas Weir (ANS) $40
Prominent Philadelphia neurologist & notable historical novelist
 Paulding, James K. (Letter) $50
LS as Van Buren's Navy Secretary, prominent New York writer of the 1st half of the 19th century
 Paulding, James K. (Letter) $50
1838 ALS of the prominent writer while Van Buren’s Navy Secretary
 Pinero, Sir Arthur Wing (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $20
1902 autograph sentiment signed by the English dramatist
 Randall, James R. (Autograph Quotation Signed) $425
AQS, 2nd stanza of "Maryland, My Maryland!" by the "Poet Laureate of the Lost Cause"
 Rogers, Samuel (Letter) $75
1847 ANS from the London poet and salonist called "The Banker Poet"
 Runyon, Damon (Letter) $250
1937 uncommon TLS from the colorful Hearst sportswriter and short story author to Hearst's chief assistant and personal secretary
 Runyon, Damon (Letter) $225
1944 uncommon TLS from the Hearst's sportswriter and short story author to Hearst's chief assistant- personal secretary on the throat cancer that would kill him in 2 years and covering the 1944 conventions
 Sandburg, Carl (Signed Card) $35
Poet of America’s common people, Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer of Lincoln
 Seagrave, Gordon S. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $25
"The Burma Surgeon", US medical missionary, served under General Stilwell in the Burma Campaign
 Sedgwick, Catharine M. (ANS) $150
Autographed note signed by of one of the early 19th century’s major female writers, noted for “domestic fiction”
 Sendak, Maurice (Autograph album page) $45
In-person signature of the celebrated children's book author-illustrator
 Sherwood, Robert Emmet (Document) $125
1933 DS from Pulitzer Prize-Winning playwright, & Oscar-winning screenplay writer for British rights to his play "Reunion in Vienna"
 Sigourney, Lydia H. (AQS) $135
The popular American poet misquotes English poet Edward Young
 Sigourney, Lydia H. (ALS & AQS) $295
The popular Connecticut poet provides a quote from one of her most successful works, “Niagara”
 Smith, Samuel Francis (AQS) $750
Signed handwritten 1st & 4th stanzas of the national hymn, “America”
 Spender, Stephen (Letter) $50
English writer, noted for themes of social injustice and class struggle
 Stoddard, John L. (Autograph Quotation Signed) $30
AQS by the famed traveler and lecturer, amplifying St. Augustine’s words
 Tennyson, Alfred, Lord (AQS) $650
AQS, 1st quatrain of "Tears, Idle Tears", by Great Britain's longest-serving Poet Laureate
 Van Vechten, Carl (Letter) $90
American writer and photographer, patron of “the Harlem Renaissance”
 Webster, Noah (Letter) $750
1838 ALS from the lexicographer and education pioneer, his textbooks taught 5 generations of American children to spell & read
 Whitlock, Brand (Photograph) $15
Signed photo of the heroic WW I US Ambassador to German-occupied Belgium
 Wiggin, Kate Douglas (AQS) $110
AQS from the 1887 “The Birds' Christmas Carol” by the popular children’s author, famed for “Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm”
 Willard, Emma (Document) $225
Early ADS of the founder of the 1st women’s school of higher education
 Winter, William (Signed portrait) $40
Portrait of the American drama critic-author inscribed in 1894 to John L. Toole, English comic actor, manager, and producer
 Wordsworth, William (Signature) $350
Rare signature of the leading English "Lake District" Romantic poet

Magic
 Blackstone, Harry (Signed Original Sketch) $115
1940 self-portrait sketch of the great magician & illusionist
 Christopher, Milbourne (Signed Flyer) $20
Magician, illusionist, author, debunker, noted collector of magicana
 Henning, Doug (Photograph) $75
Colorful 70’s – 80’s magician-showman
 Henning, Doug (Signed Album Page) $35
In-person signature of the colorful 1970’s & 80’s Canadian magician & showman

Mayors & Governors
 Arrington Jr., Richard (Letter) $15
1st African-American Birmingham, Alabama mayor served 1979-99
 Barbour, James (Signature) $40
Virginia’s 18th governor, US senator J. Q. Adams’ Secretary of War, Minister to England
 Beame, Abraham D. ("Abe") (Letter) $25
1975 TLS by the 1st Jewish NYC mayor, presided over city's mid-1970s fiscal crisis
 Bloxham, William D. (Letter) $15
1873 ALS from leading Florida Democratic politician in Reconstruction Era, 13th & 17th governor, precipitated state land boom
 Brooks, John (Document) $90
1820 DS as Massachusetts Governor transmitting a legislative resolution opposing a constitutional amendment proposed by Pennsylvania against national bank expansion
 Brownlow, William G. (Signed Card) $60
Card signed by “The Fighting Parson” of East Tennessee
 Bulkeley, Morgan G. (ON HOLD) (Signed Card) $650
1891 card signed as Connecticut Governor by the 1937 Baseball Hall of Fame inductee, 1st President of the National League 1876!
 Chandler, Zachariah (Signature) $30
Detroit mayor, Michigan Radical Republican leader in Senate, Grant’s Interior Secretary
 Clayton, Powell (Letter) $50
1889 TLS from Union general, 1st Republican (“carpetbag”) Arkansas governor
 Clements Jr., William P. (Letter) $20
1975 TLS from the Deputy Secretary of Defense, twice Texas governor, to the Army War College Commandant, thanking him for making a colonel available to him for a trip to Saudi Arabia
 Clinton, DeWitt (Letter) $150
1827 ALS as Governor, seeks information before issuing a pardon to an inmate in the nation’s 1st juvenile reformatory
 Clinton, DeWitt (Letter) $125
1820 LS as New York Governor concerning an identity issue with a pardon recommendation
 Clinton, DeWitt (Letter) $125
1825 LS as New York Governor regarding resolution of a county judicial appointment dispute
 Cox, James M. (Signature) $50
Ohio US Rep & Governor, 1920 Democratic presidential candidate (with FDR), his newspaper company now a media giant
 Dow, Neal (Letter) $95
1888 ALS from the Civil War general, 1880 presidential candidate, “Father of Prohibition”
 Ellsworth, William W. (Document) $45
1840 DS as Connecticut Governor to New York Governor Wm. H. Seward, warrant for extradition with initialled docket by Seward
 Eustis, William (Document) $95
1824 DS as Massachusetts Governor, 1824 appointment of a militia artillery officer
 Eustis, William (Document) $85
1812 partial DS as Secretary of War, appointment of an infantry officer
 Flower, Roswell P. (Signed Card) $15
Card signed by the 30th Governor of New York
 Graham, William A. (letter) $125
1852 ALS while Navy Secretary saluting Washington's 120th birthday, later 1852 Whig VP candidate
 Hatcher, Richard G. (Photograph) $15
1st elected African-American mayor of a large US city
 Herrick, Myron T. (Signed Card) $15
Autograph sentiment signed on official card as 42nd Ohio Governor
 Hill, David B. (Signed Card) $15
New York Governor and US Senator, rival of Grover Cleveland
 Huckabee, Mike (Photograph) $25
Color inscribed portrait of the 2008 & 2016 GOP presidential hopeful, 1999-2007 Arkansas Governor, minister, radio & TV talk show host
 Johnson, Andrew (Autograph Quotation Signed) $1250
Rare AQS while Governor of Tennessee
 Landon, Alf (First Day Cover) $30
1954 Kansas Centennial stamp FDC signed by the Kansas Governor and 1936 GOP presidential candidate
 Landon, Alf M. (Signed Card) $25
Kansas Governor, 1936 GOP presidential candidate
 Lehman, Herbert (Letter) $20
1950 TLS of the liberal Democrat New York US senator, 1st Jewish New York governor (1933-42)
 Low, Seth (Letter) $25
1st President of Columbia University, reformist 2nd Mayor of New York City
 Maddox, Lester (Photograph) $35
Segregationist Georgia governor, 1976 American Independent Party presidential candidate
 McClelland, Robert (Signature) $25
Clipped signature of the Michigan statesman, Interior Secretary 1853-57 (Pierce)
 McDowell, James (Letter) $20
1848 ALS as Virginia US Rep to Treasury Secetary Walker
 McNutt, Paul V. (Letter) $15
Served Indiana, American Legion and Philippines, WW II Federal Security Administrator
 Merriam, Frank F. (Letter) $25
1938 TLS as California Governor to a prominent GOP supporter, laments re-election defeat
 Miller, Nathan L. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $15
New York lawyer for Carnegie and US Steel, 43rd Governor of New York 1921-22
 Morgan, Edwin D. (Signature) $30
New York’s Civil War Governor, Senator, and Major General
 Morton, Levi P. (Signed Card) $40
Card signed by Benj. Harrison’s VP (1889-93), 31st New York Governor, declined to be Garfield’s running mate 1880, placed 1st rivet in Statue of Liberty in 1881 while popular US Minister to France
 Murphy, Frank (Signed Card) $75
Went from Detroit to Manila to Lansing to the Justice Department to the Supreme Court 1933-1940!
 Opdyke, George (Letter) $50
1862 LS from New York City’s Civil War Mayor
 Proctor, Redfield (Signed Card) $15
Card signed as Benjamin Harrison’s Secretary of War
 Ramsey, Alexander (Signature) $15
Minnesota Governor & US Senator, Secretary of War (Hayes)
 Rolph Jr., James (Letter) $20
San Francisco’s 30th & longest serving Mayor, 27th California Governor
 Ross, Nellie Tayloe (Signed Card) $30
1st woman state governor (Wyoming), 1st woman to be Director of the US Mint
 Rusk, Jeremiah M. (Signed Card) $10
Card signed by Benjamin Harrison ‘s Secretary of Agriculture, 15th Wisconsin governor
 Smith, Al (Letter) $65
1934 TLS by the former New York governor and 1928 Democratic presidential candidate (1st Catholic nominee), to a Chicago liberal socialite
 Thurmond, J. Strom (Signed Card) $30
1948 “Dixiecrat” presidential candidate, South Carolina US Senator for 47 Years
 Tillman, Benjamin R. (Signed Card) $60
“Pitchfork Ben”, South Carolina White supremacist governor & US senator, a founder of Clemson University
 Trinkle, Elbert Lee (Letter) $15
1923 TLS as Virginia Governor appointing a Richmond woman as a delegate to the United States Good Roads Association's annual convention
 Trinkle, Elbert Lee (Letter) $15
1925 TLS as Governor appointing a Richmond woman a delegate to the 1926 Annual Meeting of the American Forestry Association and the Southern Forestry Congress
 Wallace, George C. (Photograph) $60
Segregationist Alabama governor, 1968 3rd party presidential candidate, shot in 1972
 Wallace, George C. (Letter) $75
1973 TLS as Alabama Governor, 4-time presidential candidate, paralyzed in 1972 attempted assassination
 Walsh, David I. (Signed Card) $15
Massachusetts’ 1st Irish-American & Catholic governor & US senator, chaired Senate Naval Affairs Committee in WW II
 Warren, Earl (Letter) $150
California Governor Warren expresses thanks after 2nd reelection victory
 Whitlock, Brand (Photograph) $15
Signed photo of the heroic WW I US Ambassador to German-occupied Belgium
 Whitman, Christine Todd (Photograph) $10
Moderate Republican 50th Governor of New Jersey, EPA Administrator (G. W. Bush)
 Yorty, Sam (Letter) $20
Mayor Yorty defends the LAPD & Chief Parker 2 weeks after the August 1965 Watts Riots

Military-American Revolution
 De Lancey Jr., Oliver (Letter) $195
New York Loyalist, succeeded Major Andre as Clinton’s spymaster, Adjutant General of British Army in North America 1781-83
 Dearborn, Henry (Letter) $150
1809 printed circular letter while new Boston Port Collector, gathering information on Massachusetts manufacturing
 Hull, William (Document) $275
Surrendered Detroit to British in 1814 without a fight, his death sentence stayed by President Madison
 Pickering, Timothy (document) $225
1783 War-dated ADS while Quartermaster General, receipt for funds for carting hay
 Pickering, Timothy (Document) $225
Quarter Master General Pickering's 1783 receipt for funds for forage for the 6th Massachusetts Regiment
 Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth (Check) $950
1802 rare check written by the South Carolina Framer, Federalist 1800 VP and 1804 & 1808 presidential candidate
 Washington, George (Letter) $21500
1794 ALS while President to a Philadelphia lawyer on whether interest should be paid on debts incurred before the Revolutionary War to an estate of which Washington was executor for over 30 years!

Military-Civil War
 Bisbee, William H. (Signed card) $25
Wounded 3 times in Civil War, received Purple Heart at age 100, military governor in Philippines 1899-1902
 Brooke, John R. (Signed Card) $85
Led brigade at the Wheat Field at Gettysburg, Military Governor of Puerto Rico and Cuba
 Brownell, Francis E. (Signature) $250
Rare signature of “Ellsworth’s Avenger”, Medal of Honor recipient
 Clayton, Powell (Letter) $50
1889 TLS from Union general, 1st Republican (“carpetbag”) Arkansas governor
 Cobb, Amasa (Signature) $25
One of few sitting Congressmen to see combat in the Civil War, fought at Antietam, Fredericksburg, Williamsburg, Johnsonville
 Cockrell, Francis M. & Armstrong, David H. (Signed Album Pages) $30
Missouri’s post-Reconstruction Era US Senators
 Cox, Jacob D. (Photograph) $95
Mathew Brady Studio cabinet photo, likely while Grant's Interior Secretary
 Dahlgren, John A. (Autographed Note Signed) $225
Likely Civil War-time note to Navy Secretary Gideon Welles
 Dow, Neal (Letter) $95
1888 ALS from the Civil War general, 1880 presidential candidate, “Father of Prohibition”
 Dow, Neal (Signed Card) $50
1881 card signed by the Civil War general, “Father of Prohibition”, 1880 presidential candidate
 Dow, Neal S. (Letter) $95
1887 ALS from the “Father of Prohibition”, Civil War general, 1880 presidential candidate
 Ericsson, John (Letter) $450
1851 ALS by the marine engineer and inventor, designed and built 1st US ironclad ship, “USS Monitor”
 Ferry, Orris S. (Signature) $25
Connecticut US Rep & Senator, Brigadier General in Civil War, at Battle of Winchester, Valley & Peninsula campaigns
 Goldsborough, Louis M. (ON HOLD) (Signature) $50
Signature as Rear Admiral, US Navy officer 1816-73, 1853-57 Annapolis Superintendent, led North Atlantic Blockading Squadron 1861-62
 Henderson, David B. (Document) $30
Future House Speaker (last Civil War veteran to serve in the House), receives Chickamauga & Chattanooga battlefields atlas
 Hindman Jr., Thomas C., et al. (Letter) $550
18 Congressmen (3 future CSA generals) endorse a pick for Arkansas District US Attorney
 Hoffman, William (Signature) $75
US Army Commissary General of Prisoners, presidend over terrible conditions and treatment of Confederate prisoners
 Jenkins, Thornton A. (Check) $50
1880 check signed by the Navy hero, received surrender of Port Hudson, with Farragut at Mobile Bay
 Kautz, August V. (Letter) $225
General Kautz informs General Butler of the 1st Maryland Cavalry's vote in favor of the 1864 Maryland Constitution
 Lee, Fitzhugh (Signed Card) $150
CSA Virginia cavalry commander, nephew of R. E. Lee, US Major General in Spanish-American War
 Lee, Robert E. (ON HOLD) (Signature) $2250
Clipped signature from an ALS to a nephew
 Marston, Gilman (Check) $60
1881 check completed and signed by the New Hampshire Civil War general and politician
 Maury, Matthew F. (Letter) $295
Very good content 1845 LS from the eminent 19th century scientist, to Harvard astronomer Wm. Cranch Bond, regarding a shipment of chronometers and inquiring about a barometer
 Memminger, Christopher A. (Letter) $325
The former CSA Treasury Secretary talks South Carolina Reconstruction politics with a fellow Signer of the Ordinance of Secession
 Merritt, Wesley (Signed Card) $110
Major General in Civil War & Spanish-American War, fought at Gettysburg, captured Manila
 Morgan, John T. & Spencer, George E. (Signed Album Page) $60
Alabama’s post-Reconstruction US Senators, one a Confederate, one a Unionist
 Morgan, John Tyler (Signed Card) $65
Alabama CSA cavalry general, KKK Grand Dragon, US Senator 1877-1907
 Negley, James S. (Signature) $30
Major General (Vols) in Civil War, fought in Georgia & Tennessee, Penna. US Rep 1869-75 & 1885-87
 Otis, Elwell S. (Signed Card) $50
Led 8th Army in Manila Campaign, Philippines Military Governor 1899-1900
 Pettus, Edmund W. (Document) $110
Alabama Confederate general & US Senator, “Bloody Sunday” Selma bridge named for him
 Randall, James R. (Autograph Quotation Signed) $425
AQS, 2nd stanza of "Maryland, My Maryland!" by the "Poet Laureate of the Lost Cause"
 Rousseau, Lovell H. (Signature) $95
War date signature of the Kentucky unionist US Rep as Major General, accepted transfer of Alaska from Russia in 1867
 Schenck, Robert C. (Signature) $35
Ohio US Rep 1843-51 & 1863-71, diplomat, Major General in Virginia & Maryland
 Slocum, Henry W. (Signature) $65
2nd youngest Union Major General (Vols), fought at 1st & 2nd Manassas, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Tennessee, Atlanta & Carolinas; NY US Rep 1869-73 & 1883-85
 Stoughton, William L. (Signature) $30
Led 11th Michigan Infantry 1861, Army of the Cumberland Brigadier General at Stones River, Chickamauga & Chattanooga, US Rep 1869-73
 Thomas, Lorenzo (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $35
US Army Adjutant General, his nomination to replace Secretary of War Stanton precipitated Andrew Johnson’s impeachment
 Toombs, Robert (Letter) $175
1856 ALS from Senator Toombs sending his autograph
 Totten, Joseph G. (Letter) $225
Good content 1825 ALS to a friend seeking help with position at Fort Adams (Rhode Island) from the future Army Chief Engineer
 Walcutt, Charles C. (Document) $50
US Army brigadier general, with Ohio regiment from Shiloh to March to the Sea
 Walthall, Edward C. (Document) $95
Mississippi CSA Major General, post-War US Senator
 Welles, Gideon (Signature) $65
Clipped signature as Navy Secretary (Lincoln & Johnson)
 Whipple, William D. (Document) $45
Brigadier General USV, brevet Major General USA with Dept. of the Cumberland
 Wise, Henry A. (Letter) $225
ALS while Virginia Governor, signed John Brown’s death warrant; CSA general
 Woodford, Stewart L. (ANS) $15
1868 ANS while NY Lieutenant Governor
 Wool, John S. (Signature) $60
Oldest officer (77) in active command in either army during the Civil War

Military-Cold War
 Clay, Lucius D. (Letter) $65
Brief 1949 TLS right after the lifting of the Berlin Blockade, sends thanks for goodwill message (on his retirement)
 Goodpaster, Andrew J. (Letter) $30
1974 TLS as SACEUR & CINCEUR, accepting invitation to address the Army War College and exchanging views with the class
 Gruenther, Alfred M. (Photograph) $50
Eisenhower protege, military planner of North Africa and Italy invasions, led NATO 1953-56
 Gruenther, Alfred M. (Signed TIME Portrait) $30
Signed TIME portrait of Eisenhower's protege, planned North Africa & Italy invasions, led NATO 1953-56
 Jones, David C. (Letter) $30
1979 TLS as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, regrets he is unable to address the National Security Seminar at the Army War College
 Kroesen Jr., Frederick J. (Letter) $30
1978 TLS as Army Vice Chief of Staff, in active combat in WW II, Korea and Vietnam, attacked by terrorist Bader-Meinhofg Gang in Heidelberg in 1981 while heading NATO Central Army Group
 Lemnitzer, Louis L. (Signed TIME Portrait) $30
1959 TIME cover portrait signed in 1964 as General and Supreme Allied Commander, Europe (SACEUR)
 Lilienthal, David E. (Letter) $60
AEC Chairman Lilienthal appreciates encouragement in the development of the US atomic energy program
 Norstad, Lauris (Photograph) $15
Led US & NATO European forces during Berlin and Cuban Missile crises
 Norstad, Lauris (Letter) $20
Led US and NATO forces in Europe during the Berlin and Cuban Missile crises, 1975 TLS on inviting Vice President Rockefeller to speak at the Army War College
 Power, Thomas S. (Letter) $40
1964 ALS of Curtis LeMay's successor as head of Strategic Air Command 1957-64, led SAC during the Cuban Missle Crisis
 Taylor, Maxwell D. (Letter) $85
1957 TLS as Army Chief of Staff saluting his outgoing Aide-de-Camp
 Taylor, Maxwell D. (Letter) $75
1974 ALS as retired General, accepting date to appear at the Army War College
 Taylor, Maxwell D.; Burke, Arleigh A.; Twining, Nathan F.; White, Thomas D.;Pate, Randolph M. (Photograph) $225
US Military Joint Chiefs of Staff 1957-59
 Teller, Edward (Photograph) $150
Signed photo of the controversial WW II Manhattan Project physicist, "father of the hydrogen bomb"
 Twining, Nathan F. (Signed Cover) $25
Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff 1957-60m 1st from the Air Force, flew in Pacific and European theaters in WW II

Military-Great Britain
 Anglesey, 1st Marquess of (Henry William Paget) (Franked Envelope) $90
Led Wellington’s cavalry and lost a leg at Waterloo
 De Lancey Jr., Oliver (Letter) $195
New York Loyalist, succeeded Major Andre as Clinton’s spymaster, Adjutant General of British Army in North America 1781-83
 Farrar-Hockley, General Sir Anthony H. (Letter) $35
1980 ALS while commanding NATO Forces in Northern Europe to the Commandant, Army War College praising his kindness and reputation
 Gibbs, General Sir Roland C. (Letter) $25
1977 TLS as Chief of the British General Staff to the Commandant, US Army War College on exchanges of lecturers
 Hunt, General Sir Peter M. (Letter) $30
1975 TLS as British Chief of the General Staff to the US Army War College Commandant regarding lecturers for the Anglo-American Kermit Roosevelt 1975 Lecture Series
 Jameson, Sir Leander Starr, 1st Baronet (ON HOLD) (Signature) $95
Cecil Rhodes associate, led failed 1895 "Jameson Raid" in southern Africa to overthrow Boers in Transvaal
 Kelly-Kenny, Sir Thomas (ON HOLD) (Signature) $40 Special Offer: $35
British Lieutenant General in 2nd Boer War, led 6th Division, South African Field Force

 Low, Sir Robert Cunliffe (ON HOLD) (Letter) $40 Special Offer: $35
1895 ALS by the British Indian Army General, served in Afghanistan and India, commanded in Bombay area 1898-1903

 Maude, Frederick S. (Letter) $95
1904 LS as secretary to Canada’s Governor General, later led allied forces in Mesopotamia, captured Baghdad 1917
 Napier, Field Marshal Robert C., 1st Baron Napier of Magdala (Letter) $150
British Soldier in India, Afghanistan, China & Ethiopia, Commanded Army In India, Governor of Gibraltar
 Smuts, Jan Christiaan (Letter) $175
South African statesman, only person to sign peace treaties ending WW I and II
 Steyn, Marthinus Theunis (ON HOLD) (Signature) $150
Rare signature while last President of the Orange Free State, led Boers in 1899-1902 2nd Boer War against Great Britain
 White, Sir George Stuart (ON HOLD) (signature) $65
British Army officer, awarded Victoria Cross for heroism in 2nd Afghan War, bravely refused to surrender Ladysmith garrison in 1899 siege during 2nd Boer War
 Williams, Sir William Fenwick (Signature) $75
Led British forces in British No. America, organized Canada’s defenses when US Civil War began

Military-Indian Wars
 Bisbee, William H. (Signed card) $25
Wounded 3 times in Civil War, received Purple Heart at age 100, military governor in Philippines 1899-1902
 Craig Sr., Louis A. (Signed card) $25
Fought in the Indian Wars with 6th Cavalry, with 32nd Infantry in the Spanish-American War, died of malaria contracted in the Philippines
 Hasbrouck, Henry C. (Signed card) $20
Artillery officer, fought Modoc Indians, West Point Commandant 1882-88
 Poland, John S. (Signed Album Page) $50
Signature as 6th Infantry Regt. Captain and brevet Lieut. Colonel, commanded Standing Rock Army post in Dakota Territory 1874-76, before battles of the Rosebud and Little Big Horn
 Reno, Marcus A. (Signature) $650
Highest ranking officer under Custer at Little Bighorn debacle
 Roe, Charles F. (Signed card) $75
Cavalry officer, his troop the 1st to arrive at the Little Bighorn after Custer's force was massacred, wrote later graphic description
 Wade, James Franklin (Signed Card) $30
Son of Ohio Radical Republican Senator Benj. F. Wade, led African-American"buffalo soldier" regiments in West 1864-87, as Major General US Vols, supervised 1898 Spanish evacuation of Cuba & Puerto Rico
 Wood, Leonard (Signed Card) $75
Medal of Honor recipient, led “Rough Riders” in Cuba, fought Moros in Philippines, 1916 & 1920 GOP Presidential hopeful, Philippines Governor General 1921-27

Military-Korean War
 Barrow, Robert H. (Letter) $40
1980 TLS as Marine Corps Commandant, decorated for heroism in Korea and Vietnam, 1st official Corps rerpesentative on Joint Chiefs of Staff
 Berry, Sidney B. (Letter) $25
1975 TLS as 50th West Point Superintendent, served in Korea and Vietnam to the Army War College Commandant
 Clark, Mark W. (Photograph) $90
Signed 1953 photo while commanding UN Forces in Korea, conferring with General James Van Fleet
 Collins, J. Lawton (Letter) $95
Army commander in European & Pacific Theaters, Army Chief of Staff in Korean War
 Farrar-Hockley, General Sir Anthony H. (Letter) $35
1980 ALS while commanding NATO Forces in Northern Europe to the Commandant, Army War College praising his kindness and reputation
 Fechtetler, William M. (Signed Card) $50
Led 7th Fleet Amphibious Group 1944-45 in New Guinea & Philippine landings, Korean War CNO 1950-51
 Gabreski, Francis S. (Typed Quotation Signed) $80
Nice patriotic TQS on duty and faith signed by the top WW II ETO fighter pilot ace, 1 of 7 aces also in Korean War
 Gingrich, John (Signed Card) $50
Aide to Forrestal, heroic commander of cruiser Pittsburgh in WW II, led blockade of Wonsan in Korean War, 1st AEC Chief of Security
 Hershey, Lewis B. (Letter) $50
Controversial Selective Serivce System Director 1941-1970, spanned WW II thu Vietnam drafts
 Lemnitzer, Louis L. (Signed TIME Portrait) $30
1959 TIME cover portrait signed in 1964 as General and Supreme Allied Commander, Europe (SACEUR)
 Pace Jr., Frank (Letter) $25
1974 TLS of the Korean War Army Secretary, psywar advocate, one of the “Eisenhower Ten”, and business executive, honored to participate in an Army oral history program
 Taylor, Maxwell D. (Letter) $85
1957 TLS as Army Chief of Staff saluting his outgoing Aide-de-Camp
 Taylor, Maxwell D. (Letter) $75
1974 ALS as retired General, accepting date to appear at the Army War College
 Taylor, Maxwell D. (Letter) $75
General Taylor salutes the 25th anniversary of NBC’s “Meet The Press”
 Wedemeyer, Albert Coady (Letter) $65
1951 Letter as 6th Army Commander

Military-Mexican-American War
 Tompkins, Daniel D. (Document) $65
1848 MsDS as New Orleans quartermaster to future CSAMajor General S. G. French
 Totten, Joseph G. (Letter) $225
Good content 1825 ALS to a friend seeking help with position at Fort Adams (Rhode Island) from the future Army Chief Engineer
 Wool, John S. (Signature) $60
Oldest officer (77) in active command in either army during the Civil War

Military-Miscellaneous
 Allen Jr., Lew (Letter) $30
1979 TLS as Air Force Chief of Staff on addressing US Army War College class, led Jet Propulsion Laboratory 1982-90
 David, George W. (ON HOLD) (Signed Card) $25
Army engineer, helped build Washington Monument, chaired board of consulting engineers to build Panama Canal, 1st Military Governor of Panama Canal Zone 1904-05
 Eisenhower, John S. D. (Letter) $50
1975 TLS to the Army War College Commandant, OKs plans to publish a paper written by his father in 1928
 Ludlow, William (Signed Card) $40
Army engineer, surveyed Yellowstone & Black Hills, chaired Nicaragua Canal Commission 1895, Military Governor of Havana & Dept. of Havana 1899-1900, led 1900 board that recommended Army War College creation
 Lyautey, Marshal Louis H. G. (ANS) $65
Led 1896 French invasion of Madagascar, governed Morocco 1907-25
 Patton, George S. (IV) (Letter) $40
1974 TLS by WW II General George Patton’s son, himself a tank commander in Vietnam, rising to Major General
 Powell, Colin L. (Photograph) $35
1st African American Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff & Secretary of State, oversaw 1991 “Desert Storm” & 2003 overthrow of Saddam Hussein
 Snow, William J. (Letter) $40
1926 ALS while (1st) US Army Chief of Field Artillery, “Father” of Fort Bragg
 Tompkins, Daniel D. (Document) $65
1848 MsDS as New Orleans quartermaster to future CSAMajor General S. G. French
 Totten, Joseph G. (Letter) $225
Good content 1825 ALS to a friend seeking help with position at Fort Adams (Rhode Island) from the future Army Chief Engineer
 Williams, Sir William Fenwick (Signature) $75
Led British forces in British No. America, organized Canada’s defenses when US Civil War began
 Wright, Adm. Jerauld (Letter) $25
NATO Atlantic Commander invites Ambassador Grew to North Atlantic Council luncheon

Military-Napoleonic Wars
 Anglesey, 1st Marquess of (Henry William Paget) (Franked Envelope) $90
Led Wellington’s cavalry and lost a leg at Waterloo
 Kellermann, Francois Etienne de, 2nd Duke de Valmy (Letter) $395
1800 ALS to First Consul Bonaparte urging a promotion for his aide-de-camp mentioning "Maringo" (Battle of Marengo) , with note by Bonaparte's Chief of Staff future Marshal Berthier
 Serurier, Jean Mathieu-Philbert, 1st Comte Serurier (Letter) $350
Rather sarcastic 1797 LS to General Dumas (father of the novelist), who has complained that his troops lack meat, during the Siege of Mantua

Military-Spanish-American War
 Bates, John C. (Very good, overall light toning) $60
1899 card signed as Major General of Volunteers while Military Governor of Cienfuegos, Cuba
 Bisbee, William H. (Signed card) $25
Wounded 3 times in Civil War, received Purple Heart at age 100, military governor in Philippines 1899-1902
 Brooke, John R. (Signed Card) $85
Led brigade at the Wheat Field at Gettysburg, Military Governor of Puerto Rico and Cuba
 Craig Sr., Louis A. (Signed card) $25
Fought in the Indian Wars with 6th Cavalry, with 32nd Infantry in the Spanish-American War, died of malaria contracted in the Philippines
 David, George W. (ON HOLD) (Signed Card) $25
Army engineer, helped build Washington Monument, chaired board of consulting engineers to build Panama Canal, 1st Military Governor of Panama Canal Zone 1904-05
 Ernst, Oswald H. (Signed Card) $25
Army engineer, West Point Superintendent 1893-98, led US troops at Coamo, Puerto Rico
 French, Daniel Chester (Letter) $225
The eminent American sculptor on preparation of his medal commemorating the Battle of Manila Bay
 Gordon II, William W. (Letter) $25
Served under Jeb Stuart in Civil War, father of founder of the Girl Scouts, served on Puerto Rico Peace Commission as Brigadier General USV
 Grant, Frederick Dent (Signed card) $75
1899 card signed as Brigadier General USV from Puerto Rico by Ulysses S. Grant's eldest son
 Greene, Francis V. (Signed card) $30
Led a brigade at Battle of Manila, assisted in Manila surrender negotiations
 Lee, Fitzhugh (Signed Card) $150
CSA Virginia cavalry commander, nephew of R. E. Lee, US Major General in Spanish-American War
 Ludlow, William (Signed Card) $40
Army engineer, surveyed Yellowstone & Black Hills, chaired Nicaragua Canal Commission 1895, Military Governor of Havana & Dept. of Havana 1899-1900, led 1900 board that recommended Army War College creation
 McCoy, Frank Ross (Signed Card) $15
Soldier-diplomat, served from Spanish-American War thru WW II
 Merritt, Wesley (Signed Card) $110
Major General in Civil War & Spanish-American War, fought at Gettysburg, captured Manila
 Otis, Elwell S. (Signed Card) $50
Led 8th Army in Manila Campaign, Philippines Military Governor 1899-1900
 Sternberg, George M. (Signed card) $75
1st US bacteriologist, Army physician and Surgeon General 1893-1902, expert on tuberculosis, malaria, typhoid, and yellow fever, established Army Medical School 1893
 Wade, James Franklin (Signed Card) $30
Son of Ohio Radical Republican Senator Benj. F. Wade, led African-American"buffalo soldier" regiments in West 1864-87, as Major General US Vols, supervised 1898 Spanish evacuation of Cuba & Puerto Rico
 Wood, Leonard (Signed Card) $75
Medal of Honor recipient, led “Rough Riders” in Cuba, fought Moros in Philippines, 1916 & 1920 GOP Presidential hopeful, Philippines Governor General 1921-27
 Woodford, Stewart L. (ANS) $15
1868 ANS while NY Lieutenant Governor

Military-US Navy
 Barney, Joshua (Letter) $995
Undated ALS of the Chesapeake Bay hero, noted for his role at the Battle of Bladensburg in the War of 1812
 Blandy, William H. P. (First Day Cover) $25
First Day Cover signed by the 1946 Bikini Atoll A-Bomb test commander
 Dahlgren, John A. (Autographed Note Signed) $225
Likely Civil War-time note to Navy Secretary Gideon Welles
 Ericsson, John (Letter) $450
1851 ALS by the marine engineer and inventor, designed and built 1st US ironclad ship, “USS Monitor”
 Fechtetler, William M. (Signed Card) $50
Led 7th Fleet Amphibious Group 1944-45 in New Guinea & Philippine landings, Korean War CNO 1950-51
 Fitch, Aubrey W. (Signed Card) $50
Aircraft carrier commander, led air units in South Pacific, Deputy CNO (Air) 1944-45
 Gingrich, John (Signed Card) $50
Aide to Forrestal, heroic commander of cruiser Pittsburgh in WW II, led blockade of Wonsan in Korean War, 1st AEC Chief of Security
 Goldsborough, Louis M. (ON HOLD) (Signature) $50
Signature as Rear Admiral, US Navy officer 1816-73, 1853-57 Annapolis Superintendent, led North Atlantic Blockading Squadron 1861-62
 Hayward, Thomas B. (Letter) $30
1979 TLS as Chief of Naval Operations to the Army War College Commandant, hoping to remedy reduction of Navy participation at Service Colleges
 Holloway III, James L. (Letter) $40
1974 TLS as Chief of Naval Operations, served on destroyer duty in WW II, naval aviator in Korea, commanded 1st nuclear aircraft carrier Enterprise and 7th Fleet in Vietnam, CNO 1974-78
 Ingersoll, Royal E. (Signed Card) $65
Led US Atlantic Fleet 1942-44 and Western Sea Frontier 1944-46
 Jenkins, Thornton A. (Check) $50
1880 check signed by the Navy hero, received surrender of Port Hudson, with Farragut at Mobile Bay
 Kidd Jr., Isaac C. (ON HOLD) (Letter) $30
1975 TLS as Atlantic C-in-C, CINCLANT, and NATO Atlantic Fleet Commander; graduate from Annapolis 12 days after his RADM father was killed on the bridge of USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor
 Kinkaid, Thomas C. (Letter) $110
Led Allied naval forces & US 7th Fleet in SW Pacific, supported Solomons, Aleutians, New Guinea, Borneo & Philippine landings and campaigns
 McDonald, David L. (Letter) $30
As Chief of Naval Operations 1963-77, credited with building Navy’s combat air force in Vietnam War
 McDonald, David L. (Letter) $30
1966 TLS as Chief of Naval Operations, built the Navy’s combat air force in Vietnam War, sends birthday wishes to General Earle Wheeler, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
 Moorer, Thomas H. (Letter) $40
1974 TLS by the WW II naval aviator, only person to Serve as CINCLANT & CINCPAC, CNO, Joint Chiefs Chairman during the Vietnam War
 Moorer, Thomas H. (Letter) $40
WW II naval aviator, only one to serve as CINCLANT & CINCPAC, CNO & Joint Chiefs Chairman in Vietnam War
 Read, A(lbert). C(ushing). (First Day Cover) $35
US Navy aviator, piloted NC-4 on 1919 1st transatlantic flight
 Sherman, Frederick C. (Signed Envelope) $75
Commanded USS Lexington 1940-42, led Pacific aircraft carrier task forces in South and Central Pacific thru Iwo Jima & Okinawa
 Southard, Samuel L. (Letter) $90
1824 LS as Navy Secretary trasnsmitting 1825 budget estimates to the Treasury Register
 Towers, John H. (Signed Card) $75
Pioneer Navy pilot, with NC-3 on 1919 1st transatlantic flight, commanded 1st US aircraft carrier, ADM Nimitz's deputy in the Pacific Theater
 Towers, John H. (Photograph) $125
Pioneer US Navy aviator,with NC-3 on 1919 1st transatlantic flight, commanded 1st US aircraft carrier, deputy to ADM Nimitz in Pacific
 Turner, Stansfield (Letter) $85
1977 TLS as CIA Director regarding CIA participation in the Army War College’s Warsaw Pact seminars
 Wright, Adm. Jerauld (Letter) $25
NATO Atlantic Commander invites Ambassador Grew to North Atlantic Council luncheon

Military-Vietnam War Era
 Abrams Jr., Creighton W. (Letter) $125
1973 TLS as Army Chief of Staff, WW II tank commander, succeeded Westmoreland in command in Vietnam, led transition to all volunteer Army, oversaw creation of Army Rangers
 Abrams Jr., Creighton W. (Letter) $125
TLS as Army Chief of Staff on 4-star letterhead 2 months before his death, congratulating a fellow officer on his promotion to permanent Brigadier General
 Barrow, Robert H. (Letter) $40
1980 TLS as Marine Corps Commandant, decorated for heroism in Korea and Vietnam, 1st official Corps rerpesentative on Joint Chiefs of Staff
 Berry, Sidney B. (Letter) $25
1975 TLS as 50th West Point Superintendent, served in Korea and Vietnam to the Army War College Commandant
 Blanchard, George S. (Letter) $25
1975 TLS as US Army VII Corps Commander in Europe
 Brown, George S. (Letter) $50
1975 TLS as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, congratulates Major General Smith on appointment as Army War College Commandant, thanks him for a book
 Callaway Sr., Howard H. "Bo" (Letter) $15
1973 TLS as new Secretary of the Army, lost controversial 1966 Georgia gubernatorial election to Lester Maddox
 Clements Jr., William P. (Letter) $20
1975 TLS from the Deputy Secretary of Defense, twice Texas governor, to the Army War College Commandant, thanking him for making a colonel available to him for a trip to Saudi Arabia
 Colby, William E. (Letter) $90
US career intelligence officer, with OSS in WW II, with CIA in Vietnam from 1959, CIA Director 1973-76
 Cushman Jr., Robert E. (Letter) $40
1974 TLS as 25th Marine Corps Commandant, to the Army War College Commandant regarding Corps participation in an Army War College program
 Dawkins, Pete (Letter) $50
1975 TLS by the famed West Point football halfback, 1958 All-American and Heisman Trophy winner, as Lt. Col. and Military Asst. to the Deputy Secetary of Defense
 Dawkins, Pete (Letter) $50
1975 TLS by the famed West Point football halfback, 1958 All-American and Heisman Trophy winner, as Lt. Col. and Military Asst. to the Deputy Secetary of Defense
 DePuy, William E. (Letter) $30
1979 ALS while retired General, led “Big Red One” in Vietnam, noted for firing 56 officers who did not measure up
 Froehlke, Robert F. (Letter) $25
1972 TLS from the Army Secretary seeking criteria and considerations, not names, in replacing General Westmoreland as Army Chief of Staff
 Goodpaster, Andrew J. (Letter) $30
1974 TLS as SACEUR & CINCEUR, accepting invitation to address the Army War College and exchanging views with the class
 Haig Jr., Aexander M. (Letter) $35
1972 TLS as Nixon’s Deputy Asst. for National Security Affairs, congratulates Army officer friend on promotion to Major General
 Haig Jr., Alexander M. (Letter) $35
1984 TLS of the Army general, Nixon-Ford White House Chief of Staff, Reagan Secretary of State 1981-82
 Hayward, Thomas B. (Letter) $30
1979 TLS as Chief of Naval Operations to the Army War College Commandant, hoping to remedy reduction of Navy participation at Service Colleges
 Hershey, Lewis B. (Letter) $50
Controversial Selective Serivce System Director 1941-1970, spanned WW II thu Vietnam drafts
 Holloway III, James L. (Letter) $40
1974 TLS as Chief of Naval Operations, served on destroyer duty in WW II, naval aviator in Korea, commanded 1st nuclear aircraft carrier Enterprise and 7th Fleet in Vietnam, CNO 1974-78
 Johnson, Harold K. (Letter) $75
1966 TLS as Army Chief of Staff sending birthday wishes to General Earle Wheeler, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
 Jones, David C. (Letter) $30
1979 TLS as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, regrets he is unable to address the National Security Seminar at the Army War College
 Kittinger, Joseph W. (Signed Cover) $25
1984 Vatican City cover honoring his 1984 1st solo transatlantic balloon flight
 Kroesen Jr., Frederick J. (Letter) $30
1978 TLS as Army Vice Chief of Staff, in active combat in WW II, Korea and Vietnam, attacked by terrorist Bader-Meinhofg Gang in Heidelberg in 1981 while heading NATO Central Army Group
 McDonald, David L. (Letter) $30
As Chief of Naval Operations 1963-77, credited with building Navy’s combat air force in Vietnam War
 McDonald, David L. (Letter) $30
1966 TLS as Chief of Naval Operations, built the Navy’s combat air force in Vietnam War, sends birthday wishes to General Earle Wheeler, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
 Meyer, Edward C. "Shy" (Letter) $20
1980 TLS as Army Chief of staff to the Commandant, Army War College, on keeping new general officers aware of new publications of interest
 Momeyer, William M. (Letter) $35
33rd Fighter Group commander in WW II opposed Tuskegee Airmen in combat, led 7th Air Force and Tactical Command in Vietnam, Deputy Commander of MACV for Air Operations
 Moorer, Thomas H. (Letter) $40
1974 TLS by the WW II naval aviator, only person to Serve as CINCLANT & CINCPAC, CNO, Joint Chiefs Chairman during the Vietnam War
 Moorer, Thomas H. (Letter) $40
WW II naval aviator, only one to serve as CINCLANT & CINCPAC, CNO & Joint Chiefs Chairman in Vietnam War
 Palmer Jr., Bruce (Letter) $535
1979 ALS from the retired Army Vice and acting Chief of Staff to the head of The Army War College, praising a class on the Vietnam War
 Patton, George S. (IV) (Letter) $40
1974 TLS by WW II General George Patton’s son, himself a tank commander in Vietnam, rising to Major General
 Peers, Wm. Ray (Letter) $40
1977 TLS from the WW II OSS and CIA officer, former commander of I Field Force in Vietnam, led 1969 investigation of the My Lai massacre
 Powell, Colin L. (Signed Bookplate) $20
In-person signed frameable bookplate
 Resor, Stanley R. (Letter) $20
1971 TLS as Army Secretary (1965-71) to the future Commandant of the Army War College, thanking him for his letter saluting Resor on his departure from the Army
 Rogers, Bernard W. (Letter) $40
1975 ALS to the Commandant, Army War College, from one of the few generals to receive a Distinguished Service Cross, earned while in Vietnam 1966-67; as Army Chief of Staff 1976-79 authorized creation of elite “Delta Force”
 Rosson, William K. (Letter) $30
1979 TLS as retired General, US Army, re participation in Army War College Oral History Program, earned DSC at Anzio in WW II, later MACV Deputy Commander
 Rostow, Walt W. (Photograph) $20
LBJ's Special Assistant for National Security Affairs, his main Vietnam War "hawk"
 Westmoreland, William C. (Letter) $95
1972 TLS 2 weeks after retiring from the Army as Chief of Staff, the former commander of US operations in Vietnam reflects on his retirement to the then Army Deputy Chief of Information
 Westmoreland, William C. (Signed Card) $40
Led US operations in Vietnam 1964-68, Army Chief of Staff 1968-72
 Westmoreland, William C. (Photograph) $95
Led US operations in Vietnam 1964-68, Army Chief of Staff 1968-72
 Weyand, Frederick C. (Letter) $60
1974 TLS as new Army Chief of Staff, last commander of US operations in Vietnam 1972-73, to the Army War
 Wheeler, Earle G. (Letter) $50
1966 TLS as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff during the height of the Vietnam War
 Wheeler, Earle G. (Letter) $50
1964 TLS as Army Chief of Staff to Deputy Secretary of Defense Cyrus Vance, longest serving Joint Chiefs Chairman 1964-70
 Wilson Jr., Louis H. (Letter) $60
1975 TLS from the WW II Medal of Honor recipient, new Marine Corps Commandant, 1st Commandant on Joint Chiefs of Staff, to the Commandant, Army War College

Military-War of 1812
 Barney, Joshua (Letter) $995
Undated ALS of the Chesapeake Bay hero, noted for his role at the Battle of Bladensburg in the War of 1812
 Dearborn, Henry (Letter) $150
1809 printed circular letter while new Boston Port Collector, gathering information on Massachusetts manufacturing
 Hull, William (Document) $275
Surrendered Detroit to British in 1814 without a fight, his death sentence stayed by President Madison
 Wool, John S. (Signature) $60
Oldest officer (77) in active command in either army during the Civil War

Military-World War I
 Crowder, Enoch H. (Photograph) $40
US Army Judge Advocate General 1911-23, as Provost Marshal, implemented & administered WW I military conscription
 Foch, Ferdinand; Mangin, Charles E.; Weygand, Maxime (Photograph) $495
Signed photograph of Generals Foch, Mangin and Weygand reviewing French Seneglaese soldiers
 Macnider, Hanford "Jack" (Photograph) $60
A founder of the American Legion and National Commander 1921-22, diplomat, led 158th Regimental Combat Team in the Philippines in WW II
 Maude, Frederick S. (Letter) $95
1904 LS as secretary to Canada’s Governor General, later led allied forces in Mesopotamia, captured Baghdad 1917
 McCoy, Frank Ross (Signed Card) $15
Soldier-diplomat, served from Spanish-American War thru WW II
 McNarney, Joseph T. (Photograph) $75
US Army aviator, Deputy Army Chief of Staff, led US forces in Mediterranean Theater, and US occupation forces in Germany
 McNarney, Joseph T. (Signed Envelope) $75
Army aviator, Deputy Chief of Staff under Geo. C. Marshall, led US forces in Mediterranean Theater & US occupation forces in Germany
 McNarney, Joseph T. (Letter) $95
US Army aviator, Army Deputy Chief of Staff, led US Forces in Mediterranean Theater, and US Occupation Forces in Germany
 Snow, William J. (Letter) $40
1926 ALS while (1st) US Army Chief of Field Artillery, “Father” of Fort Bragg
 Summerall, Charles P. (Photograph) $65
Led Army 1st Division & 5th Corps in W W I, Army Chief of Staff 1926-30, Citadel President 1931-53
 Summerall, Charles P. (Signed Card) $25
Fought in France 1917-19, Army Chief of Staff 1926-30, Citadel president 1931-53
 Summerall, Charles P. (Photograph) $85
Led Army 1st Division then 5th Corps in W W I, Army Chief of Staff, Citadel President
 Taylor, Maxwell D. (Letter) $75
1974 ALS as retired General, accepting date to appear at the Army War College
 Weygand, Maxime (Photograph) $225
Uncommon WW II-era photo of Foch's WW I Chief of Staff, read Armistice terms to Germans in 1918; collaborated with Germany in WW II, jailed by them 1942-45

Military-World War II
 Blandy, William H. P. (First Day Cover) $25
First Day Cover signed by the 1946 Bikini Atoll A-Bomb test commander
 Brown, George S. (Letter) $50
1975 TLS as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, congratulates Major General Smith on appointment as Army War College Commandant, thanks him for a book
 Carney, Robert B. (Signed Cover) $35
Halsey's Chief of Staff 1943-45, planned Leyte Gulf & Okinawa operations, helped arrange Japanese surrender on USS Missouri; CNO 1953-55
 Chase, William C. (Letter) $95
Led Army’s 1st Cavalry: “First in Manila, First in Tokyo”
 Clark, Mark W. (Photograph) $90
Signed 1953 photo while commanding UN Forces in Korea, conferring with General James Van Fleet
 Clay, Lucius D. (Letter) $65
Brief 1949 TLS right after the lifting of the Berlin Blockade, sends thanks for goodwill message (on his retirement)
 Clement, William T. (Signed Card) $40
Commanded 4th Marines in first landing on Japan 2 weeks after surrender
 Collins, J. Lawton (Letter) $95
Army commander in European & Pacific Theaters, Army Chief of Staff in Korean War
 Cushman Jr., Robert E. (Letter) $40
1974 TLS as 25th Marine Corps Commandant, to the Army War College Commandant regarding Corps participation in an Army War College program
 Douglass Jr., Robert W. (Photograph) $80
1946 SP as Major General, USAAF, led VII Fighter Command 1942-44 & Seventh Air Force 1944-45 in Central Pacific
 Eaker, Ira C. (Letter) $150
Nice content postwar TLS as Hughes Tool Co. vice president
 Eaker, Ira C. (Letter) $110
Nice 1977 TLS of the early US Army pilot, deputy commander of US Army Forces in WW II to the Commandant of the Army War College
 Eaker, Ira C. (Letter) $150
Uncommon ALS of deputy USAAF commander, led bomber command in Europe
 Eichelberger, Robert L. (Photograph) $75
Led 8th Army in SW Pacific at New Guinea, Philippines, & Occupation of Japan
 Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Letter) $395
Former President Eisenhower thanks his former White House Chief of Staff for Golden Anniversary wishes
 Fechtetler, William M. (Signed Card) $50
Led 7th Fleet Amphibious Group 1944-45 in New Guinea & Philippine landings, Korean War CNO 1950-51
 Ferebee, Thomas (Photograph) $95
Bombardier on 1945 "Enola Gay" Hiroshima atomic bomb mission
 Ferebee, Thomas W. (Signed Card) $50
Souvenir card autographed by the "Enola Gay" (Hiroshima atomic bomb) bombardier
 Fitch, Aubrey W. (Signed Card) $50
Aircraft carrier commander, led air units in South Pacific, Deputy CNO (Air) 1944-45
 Gabreski, Francis S. (Typed Quotation Signed) $80
Nice patriotic TQS on duty and faith signed by the top WW II ETO fighter pilot ace, 1 of 7 aces also in Korean War
 Gavin, James M. (Letter) $75
1976 TLS by the WW II paratroop commander, youngest Major General in WW II, to the Army War College Commandant, mentions student concerns as to ethics in higher officer corps
 Gavin, James M. (Letter) $75
1970 TLS of the youngest WW II Major General, with the 82nd Airborne at Normandy & Nijmegen paratroop assaults
 Gingrich, John (Signed Card) $50
Aide to Forrestal, heroic commander of cruiser Pittsburgh in WW II, led blockade of Wonsan in Korean War, 1st AEC Chief of Security
 Goodpaster, Andrew J. (Letter) $30
1974 TLS as SACEUR & CINCEUR, accepting invitation to address the Army War College and exchanging views with the class
 Gruenther, Alfred M. (Photograph) $50
Eisenhower protege, military planner of North Africa and Italy invasions, led NATO 1953-56
 Gruenther, Alfred M. (Signed TIME Portrait) $30
Signed TIME portrait of Eisenhower's protege, planned North Africa & Italy invasions, led NATO 1953-56
 Hackett, General Sir John "Shan" (Letter) $95
1980 TLS of the British WW II hero in No. Africa & Arnhem, later commanded in Middle East & Northern Ireland
 Hallowes, Odette Bailly Sansom Churchill (Photograph) $175
Color photo of the British spy with her decorations and medals
 Harteneck, Gustav (Letter) $95
Good 1970 TLS in English on why he became a German military officer and his opposition to Bolschevism
 Hershey, Lewis B. (Letter) $50
Controversial Selective Serivce System Director 1941-1970, spanned WW II thu Vietnam drafts
 Hoag, Earl S. (Letter) $85
Led Air Transport Command over "The Hump" between India & China, reorganized ATC in Europe in preparation for Normandy invasion
 Hoge, William (Signed Card) $65
Army engineer & armor commander, led Omaha Beach engineer brigade and 9th Armor at Ardennes & Remagen Bridge
 Huebner, Clarence R. (Photograph) $175
Major General, led 1st Infantry (“The Big Red One”) from Omaha Beach to Huertgen Forest, led V Corps in Germany 1945
 Ingersoll, Royal E. (Signed Card) $65
Led US Atlantic Fleet 1942-44 and Western Sea Frontier 1944-46
 Juin, Alphonse Pierre (Photograph) $195
Led French forces in North Africa under Vichy to Nov. 1942, led French forces in Italy with Fifth US Army, last living Marshal of France
 Kenney, George C. (ON HOLD) (Signed card) $35
Led MacArthur’s air war in the SW Pacific, 1st head of the postwar Strategic Air Command
 Kinkaid, Thomas C. (Letter) $110
Led Allied naval forces & US 7th Fleet in SW Pacific, supported Solomons, Aleutians, New Guinea, Borneo & Philippine landings and campaigns
 Krueger, Walter R. (Signed Portrait) $95
1st US soldier to rise to General from private, led 6th Army in SW Pacific
 Lemnitzer, Louis L. (Signed TIME Portrait) $30
1959 TIME cover portrait signed in 1964 as General and Supreme Allied Commander, Europe (SACEUR)
 Macnider, Hanford "Jack" (Photograph) $60
A founder of the American Legion and National Commander 1921-22, diplomat, led 158th Regimental Combat Team in the Philippines in WW II
 Magee, James C. (Signed Card) $20
Army Surgeon General 1939-43, led wartime US Army Medical Corps
 McNarney, Joseph T. (Photograph) $75
US Army aviator, Deputy Army Chief of Staff, led US forces in Mediterranean Theater, and US occupation forces in Germany
 McNarney, Joseph T. (Signed Envelope) $75
Army aviator, Deputy Chief of Staff under Geo. C. Marshall, led US forces in Mediterranean Theater & US occupation forces in Germany
 McNarney, Joseph T. (Letter) $95
US Army aviator, Army Deputy Chief of Staff, led US Forces in Mediterranean Theater, and US Occupation Forces in Germany
 Miller Watson, Florene (Photograph) $30
One of the original 25 WW II Women’s Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron, later Women's Airforce Service Pilots (WASP)
 Momeyer, William M. (Letter) $35
33rd Fighter Group commander in WW II opposed Tuskegee Airmen in combat, led 7th Air Force and Tactical Command in Vietnam, Deputy Commander of MACV for Air Operations
 Moorer, Thomas H. (Letter) $40
1974 TLS by the WW II naval aviator, only person to Serve as CINCLANT & CINCPAC, CNO, Joint Chiefs Chairman during the Vietnam War
 Norstad, Lauris (Letter) $20
Led US and NATO forces in Europe during the Berlin and Cuban Missile crises, 1975 TLS on inviting Vice President Rockefeller to speak at the Army War College
 Patch, Alexander M. (Signature) $150
led Americal Division at Guadalcanal and 7th Army in So. France & Germany; died Nov. 1945
 Peers, Wm. Ray (Letter) $40
1977 TLS from the WW II OSS and CIA officer, former commander of I Field Force in Vietnam, led 1969 investigation of the My Lai massacre
 Power, Thomas S. (Letter) $40
1964 ALS of Curtis LeMay's successor as head of Strategic Air Command 1957-64, led SAC during the Cuban Missle Crisis
 Quesada, E. R. "Pete" (Letter) $50
1977 TLS of the pioneer aviator, as Major General led 9th Air Force at Normandy, 1st FAA administrator 1959-61, Washington Senators owner 1961-63
 Quesada, Elwood R. "Pete" (Photograph) $40
Photo in uniform as Army Air Corps Major General, pioneer aviator led 9th Air Force at Normandy, 1st FAA administrator, Washington Senators owner 1961-63
 Quesada, Elwood R. "Pete" (Photograph) $40
Pioneer aviator, WW II Army Air Corps general, provided close air support at Normandy landings and breakout, 1st FAA Administrator, Washington Senators owner 1961-63
 Reinhardt, Emil F. (Photograph) $150
Commanded 69th US Infantry, 1st to link with Russians in 1945 on the Elbe at Torgau, Germany
 Reinhardt, Emil F. (Photograph) $150
Led US 69th Infantry, 1st unit to link with the Russians in 1945 on the Elbe at Torgau, Germany
 Richardson, Robert C. (Signed Cover) $30
Commanding General of US Army Forces in Pacific
 Robertson, 2nd Lt. William D. (Photograph) $110
"The Spirit of the Elbe", the formal US-Soviet "link-up" at Torgau
 Romulo, Carlos P. (Letter) $20
1969 TLS as Philippine Secretary of Foreign Affairs to "Meet The Press" founder-moderator Lawrence E. Spivak
 Romulo, Carlos P. (Letter) $20
1972 TLS as Secretary of Foreign Affairs of The Phillppines, congratulating "Meet The Press" co-founder, producer, and moderator on the program's 25th anniversary
 Rosson, William K. (Letter) $30
1979 TLS as retired General, US Army, re participation in Army War College Oral History Program, earned DSC at Anzio in WW II, later MACV Deputy Commander
 Ruge, Friedrich (Letter) $85
Senior Kriegsmarine officer in charge of minesweepers, naval advisor to Rommel before and after D-Day
 Seagrave, Gordon S. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $25
"The Burma Surgeon", US medical missionary, served under General Stilwell in the Burma Campaign
 Sevez, Francois-Adolphe-Laurent (Photograph) $495
Rare signed photo of De Gaulles’s chief of staff, signed German WW II Instrument of Surrender as an official witness
 Sherman, Frederick C. (Signed Envelope) $75
Commanded USS Lexington 1940-42, led Pacific aircraft carrier task forces in South and Central Pacific thru Iwo Jima & Okinawa
 Silverthorn, Merwin H. (Letter) $35
1948 TLS as Brigadier General, USMC, decorated in WW I & WW II
 Simpson, William H. (Letter) $75
1979 ALS by the commander of the US 9th Army in Europe 1944-45, 1st to cross the Elbe River, offering to send memorabilia to the Army Military History Institute
 Somervell, Brehon (Letter) $125
The general who built the Pentagon, led US Army Service Forces 1942-45, in charge of logisitics
 Spaatz, Carl A. (letter) $115
One of 1st Army pilots, led USAAF in Europe, developed daylight bombing strategy against Germany, 1st Air Force Chief of Staff 1947-48
 Sweeney, Charles W. & Tibbets, Paul W. (Photograph) $295
Uncommon photo jointly signed by the “Enola Gay” (Hiroshima) and “Bockscar” (Nagasaki) atomic bomb mission pilots
 Taylor, Maxwell D. (Letter) $85
1957 TLS as Army Chief of Staff saluting his outgoing Aide-de-Camp
 Taylor, Maxwell D. (Letter) $75
General Taylor salutes the 25th anniversary of NBC’s “Meet The Press”
 Tibbets, Paul W. (Signature) $75
Piloted “Enola Gay” on August 1945 Hiroshima atomic bomb mission
 Towers, John H. (Signed Card) $75
Pioneer Navy pilot, with NC-3 on 1919 1st transatlantic flight, commanded 1st US aircraft carrier, ADM Nimitz's deputy in the Pacific Theater
 Towers, John H. (Photograph) $125
Pioneer US Navy aviator,with NC-3 on 1919 1st transatlantic flight, commanded 1st US aircraft carrier, deputy to ADM Nimitz in Pacific
 Turnage, Allen H. (Photograph) $75
Led USMC 3rd Division at Bougainville & Guam, awarded Navy Cross
 Twining, Nathan F. (Signed Cover) $25
Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff 1957-60m 1st from the Air Force, flew in Pacific and European theaters in WW II
 Vandegrift, Alexander A. (Signed Card) $175
1943 card signed as Major General Commanding 1st Marine Division, Medal of Honor & Navy Cross recipient, Marine Corps Commandant 1944-46
 Wainwright, Jonathan M. (Photograph) $175
Led Allied forces in Philippines, Japanese POW 1942-45, Medal of Honor recipient
 Wedemeyer, Albert Coady (Letter) $65
1951 Letter as 6th Army Commander
 Weygand, Maxime (Photograph) $225
Uncommon WW II-era photo of Foch's WW I Chief of Staff, read Armistice terms to Germans in 1918; collaborated with Germany in WW II, jailed by them 1942-45
 White, Thomas D. (Signed card) $50
1945 card signed as Brigadier General commanding 7th Air Force on Okinawa, later Air Force Chief of Staff
 Wilson Jr., Louis H. (Letter) $60
1975 TLS from the WW II Medal of Honor recipient, new Marine Corps Commandant, 1st Commandant on Joint Chiefs of Staff, to the Commandant, Army War College
 Wright, Adm. Jerauld (Letter) $25
NATO Atlantic Commander invites Ambassador Grew to North Atlantic Council luncheon

Miscellaneous
 Browning, "Peaches" (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $40
Centerpiece of scandalous 1920s marriage & divorce
 Culbertson, Ely (Signed Card) $15
Dominant contract bridge player of the 1930s & 40s
 Culbertson, Ely (Photograph) $35
Dominant contract bridge player of the 1930s & 40s
 Culbertson, Josephine (Signed card) $20
1st woman bridge champion
 Goethals, George W. (ON HOLD) (Signed Card) $95
US Army engineer, supervised construction and opening of the Panama Canal, 1st Civil Governor of Panama Canal Zone 1914-16
 Goren, Charles H. (ON HOLD) (Photograph) $25
1950s-60s champion bridge player, wrote numerous books & columns that popularized the game
 Hall, A. Oakley & Connolly, Richard B. (Check) $40
1871 check signed by "Tweed Ring" members, NYC Mayor Hall & City Comptroller Connolly
 Harrison, John Scott (Signature) $65
Ohio US Rep, grandson of Virginia Signer Benj. Harrison, son of President Wm. Henry Harrison, father of President Benj. Harrison
 Ingersoll, Robert G. (Letter) $150
Good content 1889 LS by the noted agnostic regarding oath taking for public officials
 Woodcock, Leonard (Photograph) $15
Led United Auto Workers Union 1970-77, 1st US top diplomat and ambassador to People’s Republic of China 1977-81

Music-Ballet & Dance
 Baryshnikov, Mikhail (Photograph) $85
One of greatest 20th century ballet dancers
 Bonfiglio, Giuseppe (Photograph) $20
Lead male dancer at the Metropolitan Opera 1905-35
 Dunham, Katherine (Photograph) $75
Vintage signed photo of the "Matriarch & Queen Mother of Black Dance"
 Fonteyn, Dame Margot (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $25
1987 card signed by the great classical English "prima ballerina assoluta", noted for 20-year dance partnership with Rudolf Nureyev
 Fonteyn, Dame Margot (Photograph) $185
Sadler’s Wells Ballet publicity photograph from “Swan Lake” signed by the great classical English "prima ballerina assoluta"
 Makarova, Natalia (Signed Card) $15
Russian prima ballerina, Kirov Ballet star 1956-70, danced with ABT & London Ballet after defecting, famously partnered with Baryshnikov
 McKechnie, Donna (Photograph) $15
Musical theater dancer, singer, actress & choreographer, starred in Broadway classic “A Chorus Line”
 Nureyev, Rudolf (Signature) $60
Signature of the great Russian dancer & choreographer
 Saddler, Donald (Photograph) $25
Ballet, Broadway & film dancer, award-winning choreographer
 Villella, Edward (Letter) $10
1967 TLS by the foremost 20th century American-born ballet dancer

Music-Composers
 Argento, Dominick (AMQS) $95
Lengthy AMQS, words & music from his opera “From the Diary of Virginia Woolf”
 Bernstein, Leonard (Signed Musical Score) $225
Signed score for his incidental music for the 1955 Broadway show “The Lark”, adapted from Jean Anouilh’s play by friend Lillian Hellman
 Carmichael, Hoagy (Photograph) $250
Nice signed photo of the composer, singer, pianist and actor
 Dello Joio, Norman (AMQS) $85
AMQS from his 1969 composition, “Mass for Mixed Chorus, Brass, and Organ”
 DIndy, Vincent (AMQS) $195
AMQS from an unidentified work by the controversial French composer-music teacher
 Druckman, Jacob (AMQS) $125
AMQS from “Windows”, his 1972 Pulitzer Prize-winning composition
 Foss, Lukas (Signed Album Page) $20
German-born composer, conductor and pianist, called "an authentic genius" by Leonard Bernstein
 Garner, Erroll (Photograph) $110
Jazz pianist, composed standard “Misty”
 Gershwin, George (Check) $1100
1935 personal check, year “Porgy and Bess” premiéred
 Glass, Philip (Signed Mini-Poster) $40
In-person signed 1997 mini-poster
 Gould, Morton (Autograph album page) $15
Autograph album page signed by the composer, pianist, conductor, and arranger
 Harbach, Otto A. (Signature) $35
Broadway playwright, composer, lyricist-librettist
 Hovhaness, Alan (Letter) $150
Prolific 20th century Armenian-American composer of 67+ symphonies
 Husa, Karel (AMQS) $65
AMQS from his 1969 Pulitzer Prize-winning composition, “String Quartet No. 3”
 James, Philip (Signature) $15
Composer, conductor, bandleader, music educator, taught Bernard Herrmann and Milton Babbitt
 Lerner, Alan Jay (ON HOLD) (Photograph) $75
Award-winning librettist-lyricist of musicals, inc. “Brigadoon”, “Gigi”, “My Fair Lady”, "Camelot”
 Liszt, Franz (Framed signature) $550
Matted & framed signature of the legendary Hungarian composer and pianist
 Moore, Douglas (Signed Card) $35
American composer of Yale fight song "Goodnight, Harvard" and operas, inc. "The Devil and Daniel Webster" and "The Ballad of Baby Doe"
 Paderewski, Ignace Jan (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $150
Autograph sentiment signed by the great Polish pianist, composer and statesman
 Piston Jr., Walter H. (Signed Card) $30
1958 card insc. & signed by the classical composer, music theorist and teacher
 Schmidt, Harvey (Photograph) $50
Tony Award-winning composer of longest running musical ever, “The Fantasticks”
 Schwarenka, Franz Xavier (Letter) $40
1895 ALS of the German pianist-composer mentions prominent Wagnerian dramatic basso
 Sousa, John Philip (Signed Card) $195
1930 neatly mounted card signed by “The March King”
 Stuart, Leslie (Photograph) $25
Popular English Edwardian musical comedy composer, best known for 1899 international hit, "Floradora"
 Waller, Thomas "Fats" (Document) $250
1934 Harlem Opera House salary advance receipt signed by the popular songwriter, master of the stride piano
 Williams, John (Signed Album Page) $25
In person signature of the great award-winning film composer, 2nd only to Walt Disney for Oscar nominations

Music-Conductors
 Bernstein, Leonard (Signed Musical Score) $225
Signed score for his incidental music for the 1955 Broadway show “The Lark”, adapted from Jean Anouilh’s play by friend Lillian Hellman
 Dorati, Antal (Christmas card) $25
1977 Christmas card signed by the notable Hungarian-born conductor
 Foss, Lukas (Signed Album Page) $20
German-born composer, conductor and pianist, called "an authentic genius" by Leonard Bernstein
 Gibson, Sir Alexander D. (Christmas Card) $15
1st principal conductor & artistic director of the Scottish National Orchestra 1959-84, founded Scottish Opera 1962, music director to 1986
 Gould, Morton (Autograph album page) $15
Autograph album page signed by the composer, pianist, conductor, and arranger
 Halle, Sir Charles (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $15
Autograph Sentiment Signed by the accomplished pianist-conductor, founded Manchester's Hallé Orchestra 1858
 Inbal, Eliahu (Christmas card) $15
1971 Christmas card & sentiment of the Israeli-English conductor
 James, Philip (Signature) $15
Composer, conductor, bandleader, music educator, taught Bernard Herrmann and Milton Babbitt
 Kostelanetz, Andre (ON HOLD) (Photograph) $10
Popular orchestra conductor-arranger, pioneered “easy listening” music
 Leppard, Raymond (Christmas Card) $15
1974 Christmas greeting card ANS by the British conductor-harpsichordist
 Liszt, Franz (Framed signature) $550
Matted & framed signature of the legendary Hungarian composer and pianist
 Mehta, Zubin (Signed Album Page) $15
Eminent Indian-born classical western music conductor
 Menuhin, Yehudi (Letter) $50
Optimistic as to the success of a French documentary about him, Menuhin consoles the producer
 Ormandy, Eugene (Signed Album Page) $15
Autograph album page signed in 1957 by the great Philadelphia Orchestra conductor
 Ozawa, Seij (Signed Album Page) $15
Autogrpah album page signed by the great Japanese-born conductor, led BSO for 29 years
 Sousa, John Philip (Signed Card) $195
1930 neatly mounted card signed by “The March King”
 Voorhees, Donald (Photograph) $10
Emmy-nominated “Bell Telephone Hour” radio & television program conductor for 28 years
 Williams, John (Signed Album Page) $25
In person signature of the great award-winning film composer, 2nd only to Walt Disney for Oscar nominations

Music-Instrumentalists
 Arrau, Claudio (Christmas Card) $40
Christmas card from the eminent Chilean-born pianist, considered one of the greats of the 20th century
 Goodman, Benny (Signed Program) $95
1982 concert program with Al Hirschfeld cover portrait signed by “The King of Swing”
 Goodman, Benny (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $95
Card signed by “The King of Swing”, one of the preeminent clarinet and jazz greats
 Gould, Morton (Autograph album page) $15
Autograph album page signed by the composer, pianist, conductor, and arranger
 Leppard, Raymond (Christmas Card) $15
1974 Christmas greeting card ANS by the British conductor-harpsichordist
 Liszt, Franz (Framed signature) $550
Matted & framed signature of the legendary Hungarian composer and pianist
 Menuhin, Yehudi (Christmas Card) $40
1955 Christmas card from one of the great violinists of the 20th Century!
 Menuhin, Yehudi (Letter) $50
Optimistic as to the success of a French documentary about him, Menuhin consoles the producer
 Paderewski, Ignace Jan (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $150
Autograph sentiment signed by the great Polish pianist, composer and statesman
 Parratt, Sir Walter (Signed Card) $10
English organist and teacher, Master of the Queen's (King's) Music to Victoria, Edward VII, and George V
 Schwarenka, Franz Xavier (Letter) $40
1895 ALS of the German pianist-composer mentions prominent Wagnerian dramatic basso
 Spalding, Albert (Letter) $25
Foremost 20th century American violinist, son of sporting goods manufacturer and Baseball Hall of Famer

Music-Jazz & Big Band
 Barnet, Charlie (Document) $35
1947 DS by the jazz composer, saxophonist, and bandleader, agreement with Sam Goldwyn Productions for film “That’s Life” (“A Song Is Born”)
 Bigard, Barney (Photograph) $135
New Orleans-born clarinet/tenor sax soloist with Oliver, Ellington, Ory & Armstrong, co-wrote “Mood Indigo"
 Fitzgerald, Ella (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $60
Vintage autograph album page inscribed & signed by the “First Lady of Song”
 Garner, Erroll (Photograph) $110
Jazz pianist, composed standard “Misty”
 Goodman, Benny (Signed Program) $95
1982 concert program with Al Hirschfeld cover portrait signed by “The King of Swing”
 Goodman, Benny (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $95
Card signed by “The King of Swing”, one of the preeminent clarinet and jazz greats
 James, Harry (Photograph) $60
Signed photo of the popular "swing era" bandleader with trumpet
 McCoy, Clyde (Signature) $30
Popular jazz trumpet player, known for “Sugar Blues" theme song & "wah-wah" sound
 McCoy, Clyde (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $30
Popular jazz trumpet player, composed his famed theme song, “Sugar Blues”
 Spanier, "Muggsy" (Photograph) $195
Famed Chicago Dixieland jazz cornet player & bandleader
 Vaughn, Sarah (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $60
Frameable 1949 sentiment signed by “The Divine One”
 Waller, Thomas "Fats" (Document) $225
1936 receipt signed by the popular songwriter, master of the stride piano
 Waller, Thomas "Fats" (Document) $250
1934 Harlem Opera House salary advance receipt signed by the popular songwriter, master of the stride piano
 Whiteman, Paul (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $35
“The King of Jazz”, popular 1920s-30s band & orchestra leader, commissioned and first recorded Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue”

Music-Opera
 Alvary, Lorenzo (Photograph) $30
Signed portrait in costume from Orff’s “Die Kluge”
 Alvary, Max (Signature) $30
Famed mid-19th century German Wagnerian tenor, first to sing Siegfried and Loge in America
 Anderson, Marian (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $110
1944 autograph sentiment signed by the famed contralto
 Arroyo, Martina (Autograph album page) $15
Sensational African-Americansoprano, starred at Zurich 1963-65 and at the Met 1965-78, 1st black singer to portray Elsa in Wagner's "Lohengrin" (1968)
 Austral, Florence (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $15
Autograph sentiment signed by one of Australia's finest dramatic sopranos, renowned for Wagnerian roles
 Beeson, Jack (AMQS) $95
Lengthy AMQS from Act 1, Scene 1 of his opera “Lizzie Borden”, with lyrics
 Bispham, David (Letter) $25
1898 ALS by the 1st US-born baritone to achieve international acclaim as an opera star
 Bispham, David S. (Signed Card) $15
Acclaimed baritone, 1ST US-born international opera star noted for Wagner roles, championed opera in English
 Bonfiglio, Giuseppe (Photograph) $20
Lead male dancer at the Metropolitan Opera 1905-35
 Calvé, Emma (Signed Card) $30
1894 card signed by the great French Belle Epoque dramatic soprano best known for her "Carmen", sang at Metropolitan Opera 261 times 1893-1904
 Campanari, Giuseppi (Autograph Quotation Signed) $25
1893 AQS in Italian by the Italian cellist and opera baritone, sang Tonio in 1893 US premiere of "I Pagliacci", sang Ford in 1895 US premiere of "Falstaff", at Met 1894-1912
 Chaliapin, Feodor (Photograph) $175
Austrian Willinger photo card signed by one of opera’s greatest bassos
 Chaliapin, Feodor (Signature) $110
Autograph album page signed & inscribed by the great Russian bass
 Chaliapin, Feodor (Signed Card) $125
1928 card signed by the great Russian basso, one of opera's greatest stars
 Cordon, Norman (Portrait) $10
Signed 1941 program portrait as Kezal from Smetana's "The Bartered Bride"
 Crooks, Richard (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $15
Metropolitan Opera tenor 1933-43, radio star 1928-45
 De Lussan, Zelie (Signature) $20
American soprano & mezzo-soprano, sang Carmen 2,000 times, sang Musetta in 1897London premiere of "La Boheme", at Met 1894-96
 De Reszke, Edouard (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $75
1902 card signed by the renowned Polish bass, one of the great late Victorian era opera singers
 De Reszke, Jean (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $50
1895 autograph sentiment signed in French by the great Polish tenor saluting Philadelphians
 Della Chiesa, Vivienne (Photograph) $10
Lyric soprano, with Chicago Opera 1930s-40s, popular nightclub & radio singer
 Eames-Story, Emma (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $25
1892 autograph sentiment signed by the American soprano, sang at the Metropolitan Opera 1891-1909, at Covent Garden 1891-1901
 Farrar, Geraldine (Letter) $20
1930 ALS of the retired soprano opera singer and silent screen actress
 Fursch-Madi, Emma (Signed Card) $15
French soprano chosen by Verdi to be 1st representative of Aida in Europe, sang in Met's 1st 1883-84 season
 Gadski, Johanna (Photograph) $40
1913 Postcard Photo of the German leading Wagnerian soprano at the Metropolitan Opera
 Gadski, Johanna (Signed Card) $15
1902 card signed by the German diva, lead Wagnerian soprano at the Metropolitan Opera 1898-1904 & 1907-17
 Garden, Mary (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $20
1930 autograph sentiment signed on her notecard by the renowned diva, "the Sarah Bernhardt of opera"
 Giannini, Dusolina (Photograph) $45
Portrait as Aida inscribed to her teacher Marcella Sembrich’s accompanist, pianist- composer Frank La Forge
 Gruning, Wilhelm (Photograph) $25
Signed 1905 German postcard photo in costume as Lohengrin
 Hauk, Minnie (Autograph Sentiment Signed + Quotation) $25
Ameican soprano, sang in US premieres of Gounod's "Romeo et Juliette" & "Manon Lescault", her "Carmen" brought lasting fame to Bizet's opera
 Kronold-Koert, Selma (AQS) $25
Opera “Golden Age” Polish-Jewish born soprano, sang in US premieres of “Cavalleria Rusticana”, “L’Amico Fritz” & “I Pagliacci “
 Lehmann, Lotte (Photograph) $50
German soprano, with Vienna State Opera 1916-37, "discovered" the Trapp Family singers in Salzburg in 1936, persuaded them to sing in public
 McCormack, John F. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $50
Frameable autograph sentiment signed by the great Irish tenor
 Milnes, Sherrill (Photograph) $15
Signed postcard photo as Rodrigo in Verdi’s “Don Carlo”
 Milnes, Sherrill (Photograph) $10
Early signed photo of the baritone famed for his Verdi repertoire
 Mitchell, Leona (Photograph) $15
Renowned African-American lyric-spinto soprano
 Norman, Jessye (ANS) $20
Christmas wishes from the popular African-American dramatic soprano
 Novotna, Jarmila (Signed Portrait) $15
Program portrait from“The Bartered Bride” as Marenka/ Marie
 Novotna, Jarmila (Signed Portrait) $20
Signed 1941 program portrait as Marie in Smatana's "The Bartered Bride"
 Patti, Carlotta (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $40
1863 autograph aentiment signed by the popular concert soprano, elder sister of Adelina Patti
 Pavarotti, Luciano (Photograph) $85
Signed color photo in costume from “Pagliacci”
 Peerce, Jan (Photograph) $20
Popular Jewish-American opera, concert & recording star
 Pinza, Ezio (Signed Program) $40
Italian basso, opera and Broadway star, notable for “South Pacific”
 Ruffo, Tita (Photograph) $75
Early 20th century Italian baritone, rivaled Caruso for fame - and fees!
 Scalchi-Lolli, Sofia (Signed Card) $20
Italian contrato, sang in Gounod's "Faust" at 1883 opening of the Metropolitan Opera House, appeared in US debuts of several well-known operas
 Schumann-Heink, Ernestine (Signature) $30
1901 autograph of the great Wagnerian contralto at the Metropolitan Opera 1898-1931
 Soderstrom, Elisabeth (Photograph) $15
The renowned Swedish soprano as Emilia Marty in “The Makropoulos Affair”
 Sucher, Rosa (Signature) $15
German Wagnerian soprano noted for Isolde, sang at Bayreuth 1886 & 1888, Berlin Opera principal soprano 1888-1899
 Sutherland, Dame Joan (Photograph) $30
“La Stupenda”, Australia’s great dramatic coloratura soprano in “La Sonnambula”
 Swarthout, Gladys (Letter) $15
1949 TLS to composer Chas. Wakefield Cadman’s sister on pleasure of singing his song, “At Dawning”
 Talley, Marion (Photograph) $20
1935 signed & inscribed Clarence Bull glamour matte finish photo
 Traubel, Helen (Signed Card) $20
Major Metropolitan Opera Wagnerian soprano 1937-53, appeared in concert, Broadway, TV and film
 Upshaw, Dawn (Photograph) $15
Signed portrait of the popular Grammy Award-winning American soprano
 Vickers, Jon (Photograph) $15
Signed photo of the Canadian heldentenor as Canio in “Pagliacci”
 Voigt, Deborah (Photograph) $10
American dramatic soprano noted fchiefly or Strauss & Wagner repertoire

Music-Popular, Rock, R&B
 Brown, James (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $175
1993 in-person Autograph Sentiment Signed by “The Godfather of Soul”
 Downey Sr., Morton (Signed Portrait) $15
Handsome signed 1934 pencil portrait of the popular singer-actor-songwriter
 Harbach, Otto A. (Signature) $35
Broadway playwright, composer, lyricist-librettist
 Horne, Lena (ON HOLD) (Signed Card) $60
Singer, dancer, actress, civil rights activist, 1st Black performer to sign long-term studio contract
 Mills Brothers (Photograph) $110
1936-57 photo signed by the fabulous Mills Brothers
 Nelson, Rick (Photograph) $225
Uncommon youthful portrait of the teen idol singing into a microphone
 White, Josh (Autograph album page) $65
Vintage autograph sentiment signed in person on an album page by the blacklisted singer, songwriter, and activist

Nobel Prize laureates
 Angell, Sir (Ralph) Norman (Letter) $40
English 1933 Nobel Peace Prize laureate, believed that European economic integration would make militarism obsolete
 Basov, Nikolai G. (Signed Card) $75
Neatly calligraphed card signed by the Soviet physicist, 1964 Nobel laureate
 Begin, Menachem (Signed Card) $85
Nice signed card of the Israeli statesman and 1978 Nobel Peace Prize laureate
 Begin, Menachem (Photograph) $110
Small signed photo of the Israeli statesman, 1978 Nobel Peace Prize co-laureate
 Begin, Menachem; Navon, Yitzhak; Katz, Yisrael (Document) $110
1979 document in Hebrew signed by the controversial PM (1978 Nobel Peace Prize laureate), the 5th President of Israel, and the developer of Israel's state welfare system
 Bragg, Sir William Lawrence (Letter) $225
1971 ALS by the British physicist, jointly awarded 1915 Nobel Prize with his father at age 25, youngest Nobel laureate until 2014
 Carter, Jimmy (Letter) $150
Brief January 1977 TLS as President-elect
 Churchill, Sir Winston (Letter) $2250
A year before returning to power, Tory leader Churchill thanks a Conservative colleague and inquires of his health
 Cockroft, Sir John D. (Signed Card) $95
British physicist, developed atom-splitting particle accelerator, shared 1951 Nobel Prize
 Frank, Ilya M. (Signed Card) $95
Nice calligraphed collector's card signed by the USSR physicist, 1958 Nobel laureate
 Glaser, Donald A. (Signed Brochure) $65
Signed 1955 Scientific American reprint, "The Bubble Chamber" signed by author Donald A. Glaser, 1960 Nobel Physics laureate, on cover
 Hull, Cordell (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $30
Autograph Sentiment Signed by FDR’s Secretary of State, 1945 Nobel Peace Prize laureate
 Joliot-Curie, Irene (Letter) $395
French physicist, daughter of Pierre & Marie Curie, shared 1935 Nobel Prize in Chemistry with her husband
 Kellogg, Frank B. (Signed Card) $30
Card signed while Secetary of State, awarded 1929 Nobel Prize for Peace
 Martin, Archer J. P. (Signed Envelope) $30
British chemist, co-recipient of 1952 Nobel Prize for invention of partition chromotography
 Millikan, Robert A. (Signed Card) $65
Nice Caltech card signed by the 1923 Nobel physics laureate
 Millikan, Robert A. (Letter) $225
1940 TLS from the Caltech Nobel physics laureate thanking a noted astronomer for his new book
 Mossbauer, Rudolf (Signed Card) $60
Card signed by the German physicist, 1961 Nobel laureate for discovery of "the Mossbauer effect"
 Mulliken, Robert S. (Signed Card) $45
Card signed by the American chemist & physicist, awarded 1966 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for development of molecular orbital theory
 Ochoa, Severo (Letter) $40
1959 Nobel co-laureate for Physiology or Medicine on scouting
 Ochoa, Severo & Carmen (Signatures) $20
1967 US JFK aerogramme signed by 1959 Nobel laureate for synthesis of RNA & wife
 Peres, Shimon (Photograph) $35
President of Israel 2007-14, twice PM, co-recipient of 1994 Nobel Peace Prize
 Peres, Shimon (Autograph album page) $30
Co-recipient of 1994 Nobel Peace Prize, twice Prime Minister of Israel, President 2007-2014
 Perutz, Max F. (Letter) $40
British 1962 Nobel Prize for Chemistry co-laureate for studies of globular protein structures
 Ramsay, Sir William (AQS) $175
Brief AQS from British 1904 Nobel Prize-winning chemist
 Roosevelt, Theodore (Letter) $750
1913 TLS during his Marquette, Michigan lawsuit for libel against an editor who accused TR of drunkeness!
 Tatum, Edward L. (First Day Cover) $15
1967 US JFK stamp FDC signed by 1958 Nobel Prize co-laureate & wife
 Todd, Sir Alexander R., 1st Baron (Letter) $60
Scottish biochemist, received 1957 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for research on nucleosides
 Waksman, Selman A. (Photograph) $115
1952 Nobel laureate, coined term “antibiotics”, discovered streptomycin, neomycin, and others
 Walton, Ernest Thompson Sinton (Signature) $75
Irish Physicist, Shared 1951 Nobel Prize for development of atom-splitting particle accelerator
 Wilson, Woodrow (Letter) $750
Interesting 1898 ALS while Princeton professor, responding to a review of his 2nd book, giving his views on Britain's House of Lords
 Wilson, Woodrow (Photograph) $595
Handsome pre-presidential sepia bust portrait
 Yang, Chen-Ning (Signed Card) $50
One of first 2 Chinese Nobel laureates, awarded 1957 Nobel Prize in Physics
 Yukawa, Hideki (Signed Cover) $110
1963 US stamp First Day Cover signed by the 1949 Nobel laureate in physics, 1st Japanese Nobel Prize recipient!
 Zewail, Ahmed H. (Letter) $25
Pioneer in femtochemistry, 1999 Nobel chemistry laureate

Political Items (Unsigned)
 Coolidge, Calvin & Grace (Engraved cards) $20
Engraved unsigned White House place cards
 Harding, Warren G. (Engraved invitation) $20
Invitation from President & Mrs. Harding to a Pan-American Union Reception
 Nixon, Pat (Engraved invitation) $10
Invitation to a White House Christmas Open House from the First Lady
 Ronald Reagan 1981 Presidential Inauguration (Unsigned Presidential Inaugural Memorabilia) $20
Unsigned 1981 Engraved Reagan-Bush Commemorative Inaugural Invitation
 Truman, Harry (Engraved invitation) $10
Unsigned engraved invitation from President & Mrs. Truman to a 1946 White House (press) reception
 Wilson - Hoover (Engraved form) $25
White House flowers sent to the hospitalized son of a Member of Congress

Presidents of the US
 Adams, John Quincy (Document) $3500
1829 patent for “useful improvement” of a railway cook stove, signed by President Adams, Secretary of State Henry Clay, & Attorney General William Wirt
 Bush, George H. W. (Letter) $275
1984 ALS to a prominent Washington political items dealer thanking him for a button
 Bush, George H. W. (Letter) $250
TLS as VP week after 2nd Reagan-Bush Inauguration to a close friend, starting to look down the road to 1988
 Bush, George H. W. (Letter) $275
TLS 3 days after accepting the 1980 GOP Vice Presidential nomination!
 Bush, George H. W. (Letter) $295
Optimistic ca. 1979 ALS to the composer of “Hail to The Redskins”, predicting he will win the 1980 GOP presidential nomination!
 Bush, George H. W. (Letter) $275
1986 ALS as VP to the composer of “Hail to The Redskins”
 Bush, George H. W. (Photograph) $275
1984 color White House photo signed and inscribed by Vice President Bush to White House Chief Usher Rex Scouten and his wife
 Carter, Jimmy (Letter) $150
Brief January 1977 TLS as President-elect
 Cleveland, Grover (ON HOLD) (Signed card) $250
Card signed by the only US President to serve two non-consecutive terms
 Cleveland, Grover S. (Letter) $495
1895 ALS from his summer "White House", to the Acting Secretary of State
 Cleveland, Grover S. (Signed slip) $225
Card signed between terms by the only US President to serve 2 non-consecutive terms
 Clinton, Bill (Letter) $250
Governor Clinton salutes private-public sector literacy program partnerships
 Coolidge, Calvin (White House Card) $295
Signed White House card
 Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Letter) $995
1967 TLS to brother Edgar, agreeing that he should have opposed appointing Earl Warren as Chief Justice 14 years before!
 Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Letter) $395
Former President Eisenhower thanks his former White House Chief of Staff for Golden Anniversary wishes
 Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Letter) $495
President Eisenhower sends sympathies to White House Chief Usher J. B. West on the death of his father
 Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Letter) $495
President Eisenhower sends appeciative and apologetic birthday wishes to White House Chief Usher J. B. West
 Eisenhower, Dwight D. & Hoover, Herbert C. (Photograph) $695
Uncommon photograph of the only 2 GOP US Presidents from 1929 to 1961, inscribed to a White House staffer
 Eisenhower, Dwight D. & Mamie Doud (Photograph) $495
Uncommon photograph inscribed and signed by President & Mrs. Eisenhower for a long-time White House staffer
 Ford, Gerald & Betty (Signed cards) $75
Post-presidential cards signed by the President & First Lady
 Ford, Gerald R. (Letter) $650
Post-White House ALS thanking a friend for Christmas “treats”
 Ford, Gerald R. (Signed Inaugural Cover) $125
Signed 1973 Nixon Inaugural cover
 Ford, Gerald R. (Signed Bookplate) $60
Signed bookplate as 38th US President
 Ford, Gerald R. (Signed Steel Engraving) $150
Signed BPE steel engraving portrait
 Ford, Gerald R. (Letter) $650
Post-White House ALS Thanking former White House Chief Usher Rex Scouten for his contribution to the Gerald R. Ford Foundation
 Ford, Gerald R. (Signed Card) $50
Post-presidential signed & dated card
 Grant, Ulysses S. (Franked Envelope) $1495
Franked Executive Mansion envelope addressed to Secretarty of State Fish
 Harding, Warren G. (Letter) $650
1921 White House TLS to a Marion, Ohio acquaintance offering condolences and hope for a job
 Harrison, John Scott (Signature) $65
Ohio US Rep, grandson of Virginia Signer Benj. Harrison, son of President Wm. Henry Harrison, father of President Benj. Harrison
 Harrison, William Henry (Document) $2495
July 1840 uncommon ADS while Whig presidential candidate, furnishing $35 to his son-in-law
 Hayes, Rutherford B. (Document) $395
1880 document signed as President
 Hoover, Herbert (Letter) $2250
Scarce ALS, 1925 letter of sympathy as Secretary of Commerce
 Hoover, Herbert (Signature) $75
Signature of President Hoover & son Herbert Hoover Jr.
 Jackson, Andrew (Letter) $1750
1825 3rd Person ALS agreeing to dine with friends if wife Rachel’s health will allow him to leave her
 Jefferson, Thomas (ANS ) $6750
1785 ANS a week before officially taking office as US Minster to France, to a Pennsylvania physician-economist in Paris
 Jefferson, Thomas (Letter) $8250
1816 likely "polygraph" ALS by the ex-President to his Richmond business agent, drawing money for grandsonThomas Jefferson Randolph
 Johnson, Andrew (Autograph Quotation Signed) $1250
Rare AQS while Governor of Tennessee
 Johnson, Lyndon B. (Photograph) $575
Color Arnold Newman portrait of President Johnson, inscribed to a long-time White House staffer
 Johnson, Lyndon B. (Framed Signed Print) $1250
Copy of color painting of Cecil Stoughton's famed b&w photo of LBJ being sworn in as President on Nov. 22, 1963, inscribed to a CIA employee
 McKinley, William (Letter) $1250
1880 ALS from Ohio Congressman McKinley to wife Ida at home in Canton
 McKinley, William (Check) $895
1899 rare personal check signed while President
 McKinley, William (Letter) $1250
1880 ALS from Ohio Congressman McKinley to wife Ida at home in Canton, reports of coming morning visit to President Hayes
 Monroe, James (Free Frank Signature) $550
Free franked address leaf as Madison's Secretary of State
 Nixon, Richard M. (Letter) $250
VP (and soon-to-be 1960 GOP nominee) Nixon sends thanks for miniature Viennese elephant orchestra gift (!)
 Nixon, Richard M. (Photograph) $295
1953 ISP while VP with nice inscription
 Nixon, Richard M. (Signed Card) $125
Frameable card signed by the 37th US President
 Nixon, Richard M. (Letter) $1250
Rare ALS 2 years before elected President, nice letter of condolence to a friend on her husband's death, both IGFA Hall of Fame fishermen
 Polk, James K. & Buchanan, James (Document) $2495
1848 erroneous vellum appointment of the 1st US Charge d’Affaires to the Papal States signed by President Polk and Secretary of State (future President) Buchanan
 Reagan, Ronald (ON HOLD) (Photograph) $295
Authentically signed handsome b&w early portrait from his Hollywood days
 Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Letter) $450
1930 TLS as New York Governor to Warm Springs' manager on taking in a needy Memphis girl as a patient
 Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Photograph) $695
ISP likely while New York governor
 Roosevelt, Theodore (Letter) $750
1913 TLS during his Marquette, Michigan lawsuit for libel against an editor who accused TR of drunkeness!
 Taft, William H. (Check) $550
Rare 1921 personal check while Yale law professor
 Taft, William H. (Letter) $650
1921 ALS thanking an Illinois congressman for his congratuations on Taft's appointment, confirmation and swearing-in 3 days earlier as Chief Justice
 Truman, Harry S (Letter) $275
The former President complies (twice) with an autograph request
 Truman, Harry S (Letter) $225
The former president is jealous of his former Treasury Secretary's Africa trip!
 Truman, Harry S (Check) $225
1925 bank check completed in Truman's hand and signed by him while in the "political wilderness"
 Truman, Harry S (Photograph) $225
The former President signs this iconic 1953 photo used for a postage stamp honoring him
 Van Buren, Martin (Letter) $1050
Martin Van Buren 1831 ALS to Navy Secretary Woodbury assisting a West Point cadet get a Marine Corps appointment
 Washington, George (Letter) $21500
1794 ALS while President to a Philadelphia lawyer on whether interest should be paid on debts incurred before the Revolutionary War to an estate of which Washington was executor for over 30 years!
 Wilson, Woodrow (Letter) $750
Interesting 1898 ALS while Princeton professor, responding to a review of his 2nd book, giving his views on Britain's House of Lords
 Wilson, Woodrow (Photograph) $595
Handsome pre-presidential sepia bust portrait

Reformers
 Arthur, T(imothy). S(hay). (Signature) $15
Popular mid-19th century author, famous for 1854 temperance novel, “Ten Nights in a Bar-Room and What I Saw There”
 Baird, Wm. F. "Bill" (Autograph Statement Signed) $20
Founded Pro Choice League, successfully fought for rights of unmarried persons to access contraception, abortion rights activist
 Baldwin, William H. (Photograph) $35
Boston businessman & philanthropist, led Boston Young Men’s Christian Union 1868-1907
 Boutwell, George (Letter) $65
1857 ALS from the former Massachusets governor recalling a 1773 Boston declaration against slavery
 Bright, John (Signed Envelope) $15
British Quaker, Liberal & Radical reform MP 1843-89, joined with Cobden to repeal Corn Laws
 Brimmer Jr., Martin (Photograph) $50
Signed 1860 carte-de-visite photo of the Harvard Fellow, 1st president of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts
 Browder, Earl (Signature) $50
American Communist Party leader 1930-45, 1936 & 1940 presidential candidate
 Chadwick, Sir Edwin (Letter) $75
The notable British 19th century public health advocate agrees to meet a fellow reformer on his lecture on the health of towns
 Childs, John Filby (Letter) $30
English radical Noncomformist printer, opposed compulsory church taxes and royal bible printing monopoly
 Coxey Sr., Jacob S. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $75
Led 1894 & 1914 “Coxey’s Army” marches on Washington, twice ran for president
 Dickinson, Anna E. (Letter) $150
1864 ALS to controversial physician D. Willard Bliss, then in charge of Washington's Armory Square Hospital, later controversially attended to President Garfield
 Dix, Dorothea L. (Letter) $225
ALS by the social reformer, Superintendent of US Army female nurses in the Civil War
 Dodge, Grace H. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $40
Social worker & philanthropist, devoted her life & money to improving women’s education, esteem, and safety
 Dow, Neal (Signed Card) $50
1881 card signed by the Civil War general, “Father of Prohibition”, 1880 presidential candidate
 Dow, Neal S. (Letter) $95
1887 ALS from the “Father of Prohibition”, Civil War general, 1880 presidential candidate
 Foster, William Z. (Signed Card) $65
Led US Communist Party 1921-56, Party 1924, 1928 & 1932 US presidential candidate
 Friedan, Betty (Signed Program) $40
1985 lecture program signed by “The Pen-Woman of the Women’s Rights Movement”
 Gardner, John W. (Letter) $20
1975 TLS on Common Cause letterhead to the Commandant of the Army War College
 Gilder, Richard Watson (Letter) $95
1895 ALS as Chairman to NY Governor Levi Morton on Report of the Tenement House Committee
 Gough, John B. (Letter) $15
Popular 19th century temperance reformer & orator
 Hale, John P. (Signature) $50
New Hampshire Free Soil/ Republican US Rep & Senator, 1852 Free Soil presidential candidate
 Heyworth, Lawrence (Letter) $75
1842 ALS to fellow reformer William Lovett favoring direct payment of salaries to MPs by their constituencies
 Hindley, Charles (Letter) $50
1837 ALS to fellow reformer and a Chartist Movement founder,William Lovett, hopes to attend London Working Men's Association dinner
 Hodgskin, Thomas (Letter) $60
1843 LS of the English "socialist" reformer inviting a prominent Chartist activist to his lecture advocating repeal of the Corn Laws
 Howe, Samuel G. (Letter) $115
Noted teacher of the blind seeks ½-price railroad pass for a blind girl
 Jackson, James Caleb (Signature) $30
Abolitionist & health reformer, hydropathy advocate, invented 1st dry, whole grain breakfast cereal
 Jarvis, Anna M. (Letter) $125
1938 TLS from the founder of America’s Mother’s Day holiday
 Johnson, Wm. E. "Pussyfoot" (ON HOLD) (Photograph) $15
Prohibition advocate, US law enforcement officer in Indian Territory & Oklahoma
 Kenyon, Dorothy (Letter) $20
Controversial feminist lawyer-jurist-diplomat
 Livermore, Mary A. (Signed Card) $60
“The Queen of the Platform”, abolitionist, woman suffrage & education, temperance advocate
 Lloyd, Henry Demarest (Letter) $15
1900 TLS to editor Hamilton Holt on labor-management disputes and the International Permanent Court of Arbitration
 Lowell, John Amory (Photograph) $175
Boston businessman & philanthropist, 1st Lowell Institute trustee 1839-81, Harvard Fellow 1837-77
 Lowery, Robert (Letter) $95
1848 good content ALS to fellow British reformer William Lovett on the hard, lonely and often unpaid work of preaching political and social reform
 McKim, James M. (Letter) $110
The Philadelphia abolitionist thanks a Delaware Quaker abolitionist for a donation to “the Cause”
 Miall, Edward (Letter) $65
Interesting 1843 ALS to fellow reformer Thomas Beggs, good political content on on backing a candidate for Parliament
 Nader, Ralph (First Day Cover) $40
Influential consumer advocate, 3-time US presidential candidate
 Nader, Ralph (Autograph Quotation Signed) $60
In-person AQS by the prominent consumer advocate, 3-time presidential candidate
 Osborne, Thomas Mott (Signature) $10
Prison reformer & author, learned conditions first-hand as voluntary prisoner
 Phillips, Wendell (Autograph Quotation Signed) $175
1864 AQS quoting John Brown
 Phillips, Wendell (Autograph Quotation Signed) $150
1871 “Liberty & Justice” AQS on card
 Phillips, Wendell (Letter) $150
Undated ALS displaying uncommon humor!
 Putnam, George (Photograph) $110
Carte-de-visite photo signed by a founder of the Transcendentalist Movement
 Russell, Howard Hyde (Autograph Statement Signed) $15
Founded temperance Anti-Saloon League & Lincoln-Lee Legion For children
 Sutherland, John (Letter) $75
ALS from Florence Nightingale's closest collaborator on public sanitation, to reformer Thomas Beggs
 Wald, Lillian D. (Letter) $95
Public health/visiting nurse pioneer, founder of New York City’s celebrated Henry Street Settlement
 Welch Jr., Robert H. W. (Signed Program) $50
Ultra-conservative ideologue, founded John Birch Society 1958 to promote theory that Communists controlled US society
 White, Josh (Autograph album page) $65
Vintage autograph sentiment signed in person on an album page by the blacklisted singer, songwriter, and activist
 Willard, Frances E. (Letter) $150
1892 pencil ALS on letterhead as President of the National Women’s Christian Temperance Union

Religion & Judaica
 Abzug, Bella (Photograph) $40
New York feminist US Rep, a founder of the National Women’s Political Caucus
 Altman, Benjamin (Check) $50
Check signed by founder of B. Altman & Co. department stores, notable philanthropist
 Beame, Abraham D. ("Abe") (Letter) $25
1975 TLS by the 1st Jewish NYC mayor, presided over city's mid-1970s fiscal crisis
 Begin, Menachem (Signed Card) $85
Nice signed card of the Israeli statesman and 1978 Nobel Peace Prize laureate
 Bernstein, Leonard (Signed Musical Score) $225
Signed score for his incidental music for the 1955 Broadway show “The Lark”, adapted from Jean Anouilh’s play by friend Lillian Hellman
 Briscoe, Robert (Letter) $25
Irish statesman, 1st Jewish Lord Mayor of Dublin
 Cardozo, Benjamin N. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $250
Autograph Sentiment Signed likely while 2nd Jewish Associate Justice
 Coffin, Henry Sloane (Letter) $25
ALS while President of the Union Theological Seminary to the wife of Yale University's president
 Colson, Charles W. "Chuck" (Autograph album page) $20
Nixon aide and "hatchet man", jailed for Watergare scandal-related charges, turned evangelist
 Fosdick, Harry Emerson (Signed Card) $10
Popular liberal Baptist theologian, radio preacher, author
 Fosdick, Harry Emerson (Photograph) $15
Popular liberal Baptist theologian, radio preacher and author
 Frankfurter, Felix (First Day Cover) $175
1950 US National Government Sesquicentennial-Judicial Branch stamp First Day Cover signed while Associate Justice, a leader of the Court's conservatives
 Frankfurter, Felix (Letter) $250
1944 TLS as Associate Justice, advocate of judicial restraint, a leader of the Court's conservatives
 Gershwin, George (Check) $1100
1935 personal check, year “Porgy and Bess” premiéred
 Glynn, Martin H. (Signed Card) $15
1st Irish-American Roman Catholic Governor of New York 1913-14
 Gross, Milt (Signed Envelope) $10
Popular 1920’s-40’s cartoonist-animator noted for Yiddish-inflected dialogue
 Guggenheim, Simon (Signature) $20
Noted Colorado businessman, philanthropist, US Senator 1907-13
 Harman, Avraham (First Day Cover) $10
Renowned Israeli Diplomat, Ambassador to US 1959-68
 Hibben, John Grier (Photograph) $30
Philosopher, Presbyterian minister, succeeded Woodrow Wilson as president of Princeton University
 Huckabee, Mike (Photograph) $25
Color inscribed portrait of the 2008 & 2016 GOP presidential hopeful, 1999-2007 Arkansas Governor, minister, radio & TV talk show host
 Iakovos, Archbishop (Signature) $30
Led Greek Orthodox Church in the US 1959-96, marched in Selma, Alabama with Dr. King
 Inge, Dean William R. (Signed Card) $10
1944 card signed by the former Anglican Dean of St. Paul’s Cathedral, columnist, author, religious philosopher
 Ingersoll, Robert G. (Letter) $150
Good content 1889 LS by the noted agnostic regarding oath taking for public officials
 Irwin, James B. (Signed Brochure) $85
Religious brochure color cover portrait in space suit signed by the 8th Moonwalker
 Jabotinsky, Zev (Letter) $450
Zionist leader, writer, orator, journalist, and soldier, founded Zionist Revisionist Movement
 Jacob, Francois (Photograph) $35
French-Jewish biologist, shared 1965 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for enzyme resarch
 Kahn, Otto W. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $40
Banker, philanthropist, patron of the arts
 Katzir, Ephraim (Photograph) $35
Signed photo of the prominent bio-physicist, 4th President of State of Israel
 Kreisky, Bruno (Photograph) $15
Jewish Socialist Chancellor of Austria 1970-1983
 Kronold-Koert, Selma (AQS) $25
Opera “Golden Age” Polish-Jewish born soprano, sang in US premieres of “Cavalleria Rusticana”, “L’Amico Fritz” & “I Pagliacci “
 Lehman, Herbert (Letter) $20
1950 TLS of the liberal Democrat New York US senator, 1st Jewish New York governor (1933-42)
 Levin, Rabbi Aryeh (Letter) $175
Eminent Orthodox rabbi, called “The Father of Prisoners” and “the Tzadik of Jerusalem” for his compassion
 Manning, William T. (Signed Card) $10
Rector of New York’s Trinity Church 1908-21, Episcopal Bishop of New York 1921-46
 Meir, Golda (Signed Card) $175
1972 Signature while Prime Minister in English & Hebrew
 Menuhin, Yehudi (Letter) $50
Optimistic as to the success of a French documentary about him, Menuhin consoles the producer
 Miall, Edward (Letter) $65
Interesting 1843 ALS to fellow reformer Thomas Beggs, good political content on on backing a candidate for Parliament
 Morse, Jedediah (Signature) $25
“The Father of American Geography”, minister, teacher, father of inventor-artist Samuel F. B. Morse
 Muller, David Heinrich (Photograph) $40
1903 signed photo of the eminent Austrian-Jewish orientalist & semitist
 Nott, Eliphalet (AQS) $75
Latin AQS from the Presbyterian minister, president of Union College 1804-66, president of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 1829-45
 Ochs, Adolph S. (Signature) $40
Progressive “New York Times” owner-publisher 1896-1935, crusaded against anti-semitism in American press
 Oxnam, Rev. G. Bromley (Photograph) $15
Signed photo of the eminent liberal Protestant churchman, a founder of American University
 Peerce, Jan (Photograph) $20
Popular Jewish-American opera, concert & recording star
 Peres, Shimon (Photograph) $35
President of Israel 2007-14, twice PM, co-recipient of 1994 Nobel Peace Prize
 Peres, Shimon (Autograph album page) $30
Co-recipient of 1994 Nobel Peace Prize, twice Prime Minister of Israel, President 2007-2014
 Pike, James A. (Letter) $20
Controversial liberal Episcopal bishop, died in Judean desert
 Pike, James A. (Photograph) $20
Signed photo of the controversial liberal 5th Episcopal Bishop of California1958-66, died in Judean Desert
 Pinero, Sir Arthur Wing (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $20
1902 autograph sentiment signed by the English dramatist
 Pope Gregory XVI (Letter) $795
1796 ALS of future Pope Gregory XVI, a young monk in Venice, requests payment for saying 70 masses, 4 masses per month, for 3 Venetians
 Pulitzer, Joseph (Check) $1100
1889 check from the the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and New York World publisher, left money to create Columbia University School of Journalism and Pulitzer Prizes
 Putnam, George (Photograph) $110
Carte-de-visite photo signed by a founder of the Transcendentalist Movement
 Rivers, Larry (Signature) $30
Frameable signature of the New York School “pop” artist
 Roberts, Oral (Photograph) $20
Signed photograph of the controvrsial Pentecostal televangelist
 Rosenberg, Anna M. (Photograph) $15
Asst. Secretary of Defense 1950-53, then highest post achieved by a woman in the US military establishment
 Sapir, Pinhas (FDC) $15
Father of the Israeli economy, managed from a black notebook
 Schick, Béla (Photograph) $125
Hungarian-American Jewish pediatrician, discovered test to determine susceptibiltiy to dipthereia
 Seelye, Julius H. (Letter) $75
1848 ALS as an Amherst student seeking (in vain) to convince a future Shakespearean scholar to not leave the College
 Shamir, Yitzhak (Photograph) $60
7th Israeli Prime Minister, served 1983-84 & 1986-92
 Smith, Al (Signed Card) $25
New York governor, 1928 Democratic presidential candidate (1st Catholic nominee)
 Smith, Eli (Letter) $75
Early 19th century Protestant missionary in the Middle East, Created 1st Arabic type printing press, began 1st Arabic translation of the Bible
 Soyer, Raphael (Signed Reproduction) $50
Reproduction of self portrait signed by the noted American social realist artist
 Specter, Arlen (Letter) $10
The Senator-elect recommends an orchestra to the 1981 Presidential Inaugural Committee
 Spellman, Cardinal Francis J. (Signed Card) $25
Card signed by the most powerful US Catholic cleric of the 20th century
 Spellman, Francis Cardinal (Photograph) $40
Color portrait as Cardinal signed by the most powerful American Catholic cleric
 Storrs, Richard S. (Signature) $10
1878 Signature while pastor of Brooklyn’s Congregational Church of the Pilgrims
 Strong, William (Signed Card) $125
Card Signed as Associate Justice
 Talmadge, T. De Witt (Signed Card) $50
Card signed by the popular prominent 19th century Protestant preacher & lecturer
 Waksman, Selman A. (Photograph) $115
1952 Nobel laureate, coined term “antibiotics”, discovered streptomycin, neomycin, and others
 Wise, Stephen S. (First Day Cover) $95
1948 US Four Chaplains stamp First Day Cover signed by the eminent rabbi, leading American Jewish spokesman

Science & Medicine
 Allen Jr., Lew (Letter) $30
1979 TLS as Air Force Chief of Staff on addressing US Army War College class, led Jet Propulsion Laboratory 1982-90
 Bache, Alexander D. (Letter) $150
1838 ALS to trustee Joseph Hopkinson raising problems with Stephen Girard’s will to further aims of Girard College
 Bache, Alexander D. (Letter) $75
Distinguished scientist and educator, 1st President of the National Academy of Sciences
 Basov, Nikolai G. (Signed Card) $75
Neatly calligraphed card signed by the Soviet physicist, 1964 Nobel laureate
 Bell, Alexander Graham (Letter) $995
Bell sends an autograph to an American collector
 Bowditch, Nathaniel (Letter) $250
1794 ALS from the eminent US mathematician, founder of modern maritime navigation, 1st US insurance actuary, sending treatises on algebra, astronomy and others
 Bowditch, Nathaniel (Letter) $225
1827 ALS to Peter Jay from the eminent mathematician, founder of modern maritime navigation, and 1st US insurance actuary, regarding settlement of a matter involving Rev. Wm. E. Channing and family
 Bowditch, Nathaniel (Letter) $225
Excellent 1811 LS from the eminent mathematician, founder of modern maritime navigation, preparing to observe a solar eclipse, also of interest to Thomas Jefferson
 Bragg, Sir William Lawrence (Letter) $225
1971 ALS by the British physicist, jointly awarded 1915 Nobel Prize with his father at age 25, youngest Nobel laureate until 2014
 Brown, Herbert C. (Letter) $50
1978 TLS on marking 40th anniversary of the discovery for which he would receive the 1979 Nobel Prize for Chemistry
 Brown, Herbert C. (Letter) $50
1979 letter sending an edited manuscript on hydride reductions to the Chemical and Engineering News
 Burbank, Luther (Signed Card) $65
1923 card signed by the pre-eminent horticulturist, developed 800+ strains and varieties of plants
 Bush, Vannevar (Signature) $75
Led WW II Office of Scientific Research & Development, created 1st analog computer
 Chadwick, Sir Edwin (Letter) $75
The notable British 19th century public health advocate agrees to meet a fellow reformer on his lecture on the health of towns
 Cockroft, Sir John D. (Signed Card) $95
British physicist, developed atom-splitting particle accelerator, shared 1951 Nobel Prize
 Compton, Karl T. (Signature) $30
Member of National Defense Research Committee, MIT President, defended WW II A-Bomb use
 Coolidge, William D. (Signature) $35
Inventor of the “Coolidge Tube”, made medical x-rays safe and convenient
 Coué, Emil (AQS) $195
French psychotherapist, developed system based on autosuggestion
 Cronin, A(rchibald). J(oseph). (Document) $20
New York bank signature card signed by the popular Scottish physician-novelist
 DeBakey, Michael (Letter) $35
Dr. DeBakey pleased to be in collection of “Outstanding Scientists of Today”
 DeBakey, Michael (Photograph) $25
Signed photo of the eminent cardiovascular surgeon
 Dix, Dorothea L. (Letter) $225
ALS by the social reformer, Superintendent of US Army female nurses in the Civil War
 Djerassi, Carl (ON HOLD) (Letter) $30
The birth control pill pioneer pushes a professional magazine to review his 1989 novel, "Cantor's Dilemma"
 Frank, Ilya M. (Signed Card) $95
Nice calligraphed collector's card signed by the USSR physicist, 1958 Nobel laureate
 Galton, Sir Francis (Note) $110
1888 ANS from the founder of fingerprint identification and the science of "eugenics"
 Glaser, Donald A. (Signed Brochure) $65
Signed 1955 Scientific American reprint, "The Bubble Chamber" signed by author Donald A. Glaser, 1960 Nobel Physics laureate, on cover
 Haeckel, Ernst (Autograph Quotation Signed) $150
AQS by the biologist-zoologist, 1st German advocate of Darwin’s Theory of Evolution
 Henry, Joseph (Document) $225
1873 letter as Smithsonian Secretary introducing Vermont Senator Edmunds
 Jackson, James Caleb (Signature) $30
Abolitionist & health reformer, hydropathy advocate, invented 1st dry, whole grain breakfast cereal
 Jacob, Francois (Photograph) $35
French-Jewish biologist, shared 1965 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for enzyme resarch
 Jenner, Sir William, 1st Baronet (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $50
English patholgist, discovered distinction between typhus & typhoid, physician to Queen Victoria & Prince of Wales
 Joliot-Curie, Irene (Letter) $395
French physicist, daughter of Pierre & Marie Curie, shared 1935 Nobel Prize in Chemistry with her husband
 Kelvin, William Thomson, 1st Baron (ON HOLD) (Signed album page) $95
Renowned British engineer and mathematical physicist, developed basis for “Absolute Zero” and formation of 1st & 2nd Laws of Thermodynamics
 Langley, Samuel P. (Letter) $425
1875 ALS of the aviation pioneer, 3rd Smithsonian Secretary and noted astronomer, devised precise time standards needed with growth of railroads
 Lilienthal, David E. (Letter) $60
AEC Chairman Lilienthal appreciates encouragement in the development of the US atomic energy program
 Magee, James C. (Signed Card) $20
Army Surgeon General 1939-43, led wartime US Army Medical Corps
 Martin, Archer J. P. (Signed Envelope) $30
British chemist, co-recipient of 1952 Nobel Prize for invention of partition chromotography
 Maury, Matthew F. (Letter) $295
Very good content 1845 LS from the eminent 19th century scientist, to Harvard astronomer Wm. Cranch Bond, regarding a shipment of chronometers and inquiring about a barometer
 Mayo, Charles H. & William J. (Signed Cards) $95
Cards signed by the physician founders of the world famous Mayo Clinic
 Mead, Margaret (Signed Album Page) $35
Famed anthropologist, wrote landmark “Coming of Age in Samoa” in 1928
 Menninger, Dr. Karl A. (Signature) $20
Pioneer American psychiatrist & prominent author in the field
 Millikan, Robert A. (Signed Card) $65
Nice Caltech card signed by the 1923 Nobel physics laureate
 Millikan, Robert A. (Letter) $225
1940 TLS from the Caltech Nobel physics laureate thanking a noted astronomer for his new book
 Mitchell, Silas Weir (ANS) $40
Prominent Philadelphia neurologist & notable historical novelist
 Mossbauer, Rudolf (Signed Card) $60
Card signed by the German physicist, 1961 Nobel laureate for discovery of "the Mossbauer effect"
 Mulliken, Robert S. (Signed Card) $45
Card signed by the American chemist & physicist, awarded 1966 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for development of molecular orbital theory
 Ochoa, Severo (Letter) $40
1959 Nobel co-laureate for Physiology or Medicine on scouting
 Ochoa, Severo & Carmen (Signatures) $20
1967 US JFK aerogramme signed by 1959 Nobel laureate for synthesis of RNA & wife
 Paget, Sir James, 1st Baronet (Letter) $125
Brief 1876 ALS likely to a patient, from the eminent English physiologist, a founder of scientific medical pathology
 Perrine, Charles Dillon (Typed Sentiment Signed) $30
American-Argentine astronomer, discovered two of Jupiter’s moons, etc.
 Perutz, Max F. (Letter) $40
British 1962 Nobel Prize for Chemistry co-laureate for studies of globular protein structures
 Ramsay, Sir William (AQS) $175
Brief AQS from British 1904 Nobel Prize-winning chemist
 Reik, Theodor (Letter) $50
The eminent Ph. D. psychoanalyst is not “a medical personality”!
 Ripley II, S. Dillon (Letter) $10
Smithsonian Secretary accepts an invitation to attend a pre-1981 Inaugural reception for VP-elect Bush
 Schaefer, Vincent J. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $20
General Electric chemist, developed artificial snow and cloud-seeding to produce rain
 Schick, Béla (Photograph) $125
Hungarian-American Jewish pediatrician, discovered test to determine susceptibiltiy to dipthereia
 Seagrave, Gordon S. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $25
"The Burma Surgeon", US medical missionary, served under General Stilwell in the Burma Campaign
 Spock, Dr. Benjamin (Signed Card) $20
Pediatrician, author, leftist political activist, People's Party 1972 presidential & 1976 VP candidate
 Sternberg, George M. (Signed card) $75
1st US bacteriologist, Army physician and Surgeon General 1893-1902, expert on tuberculosis, malaria, typhoid, and yellow fever, established Army Medical School 1893
 Stewart, Homer J. (Photograph) $50
US rocket pioneer, helped develop Explorer I, 1st US satellite launched Jan. 1958
 Sutherland, John (Letter) $75
ALS from Florence Nightingale's closest collaborator on public sanitation, to reformer Thomas Beggs
 Tatum, Edward L. (First Day Cover) $15
1967 US JFK stamp FDC signed by 1958 Nobel Prize co-laureate & wife
 Teller, Edward (Photograph) $150
Signed photo of the controversial WW II Manhattan Project physicist, "father of the hydrogen bomb"
 Tishler, Max (Letter) $30
Led mass production of penicillin in WW II and developed large-scale postwar vaccines and drugs
 Todd, Sir Alexander R., 1st Baron (Letter) $60
Scottish biochemist, received 1957 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for research on nucleosides
 Toynbee, Joseph (Letter) $90
1849 ALS of the pioneering English otolaryngologist, to physician-reformer Thomas Beggs
 Waksman, Selman A. (Photograph) $115
1952 Nobel laureate, coined term “antibiotics”, discovered streptomycin, neomycin, and others
 Wald, Lillian D. (Letter) $95
Public health/visiting nurse pioneer, founder of New York City’s celebrated Henry Street Settlement
 Walton, Ernest Thompson Sinton (Signature) $75
Irish Physicist, Shared 1951 Nobel Prize for development of atom-splitting particle accelerator
 Waterhouse, Benjamin (Signature) $150
Introduced Jenner’s smallpox vaccinations in the US, tested on his own children
 Webster, John W.; Channing, Walter; Bigelow, Jacob; Hayward, George; Ware, John (Signatures) $85
Signatures of 5 notable mid-19th century Harvard Medical School professors, including the last Harvard man hanged after a sensational 1849 murder case!
 Yang, Chen-Ning (Signed Card) $50
One of first 2 Chinese Nobel laureates, awarded 1957 Nobel Prize in Physics
 Yukawa, Hideki (Signed Cover) $110
1963 US stamp First Day Cover signed by the 1949 Nobel laureate in physics, 1st Japanese Nobel Prize recipient!
 Zewail, Ahmed H. (Letter) $25
Pioneer in femtochemistry, 1999 Nobel chemistry laureate

Signers of the Declaration of Independence
 Chase, Samuel (Document) $2950
1768 printed DS completed by him and signed while Baltimore lawyer, seeks summons from sheriff to bring a client’s debtor to court
 Gerry, Elbridge (letter) $1795
1792 ALS while Member of the Continental Congress, to Quartermaster General James Hodgdon
 Hancock, John (Letter) $3500
1782 draft ALS as (1st) Governor to the Massachusetts legislature asking the Assembly to appoint a naval officer for Nantucket
 Heyward Jr., Thomas (Document) $2250
1788 DS of the South Carolina Signer as jurist, signed also by plaintiff Jacob Read, notable "Low Country" patriot and politcian
 Jefferson, Thomas (ANS ) $6750
1785 ANS a week before officially taking office as US Minster to France, to a Pennsylvania physician-economist in Paris
 Jefferson, Thomas (Letter) $8250
1816 likely "polygraph" ALS by the ex-President to his Richmond business agent, drawing money for grandsonThomas Jefferson Randolph

Sports-Baseball
 Barrow, Edward G. (Check) $90
Hall of Fame New York Yankee executive, oversaw team’s 1920‘s–mid 40’s success
 Bulkeley, Morgan G. (ON HOLD) (Signed Card) $650
1891 card signed as Connecticut Governor by the 1937 Baseball Hall of Fame inductee, 1st President of the National League 1876!
 Busch Jr., August Anheuser (Photograph) $50
Signed photograph of the brewery magnate and baseball executive
 Quesada, E. R. "Pete" (Letter) $50
1977 TLS of the pioneer aviator, as Major General led 9th Air Force at Normandy, 1st FAA administrator 1959-61, Washington Senators owner 1961-63
 Quesada, Elwood R. "Pete" (Photograph) $40
Photo in uniform as Army Air Corps Major General, pioneer aviator led 9th Air Force at Normandy, 1st FAA administrator, Washington Senators owner 1961-63
 Williams, Edward Bennett (Letter) $20
Legendary Washington super-lawyer /insider, owned Baltimore Orioles & Washington Redskins

Sports-Basketball
 Quesada, Elwood R. "Pete" (Photograph) $40
Pioneer aviator, WW II Army Air Corps general, provided close air support at Normandy landings and breakout, 1st FAA Administrator, Washington Senators owner 1961-63

Sports-Boxing
 Dempsey, Jack (Signed album page) $75
1940 autograph sentiment signed by “The Manassa Mauler”, popular Heavyweight Champion 1919-26

Sports-Football
 Dawkins, Pete (Letter) $50
1975 TLS by the famed West Point football halfback, 1958 All-American and Heisman Trophy winner, as Lt. Col. and Military Asst. to the Deputy Secetary of Defense
 Dawkins, Pete (Letter) $50
1975 TLS by the famed West Point football halfback, 1958 All-American and Heisman Trophy winner, as Lt. Col. and Military Asst. to the Deputy Secetary of Defense
 Ford Sr., William Clay (First Day Cover) $15
Youngest grandson of Henry Ford, owner of NFL Detroit Lions
 Kemp, Jack (Photograph) $20
Professional football player, Congressman, Presidential Cabinet member, 1996 GOP VP candidate
 Kemp, Jack (Signed Official Card) $15
1996 GOP VP candidate, pro football player, New York US Rep, G. H. W. Bush Cabinet Member
 Kemp, Jack (Letter) $30
1996 GOP VP candidate, pro football player, NY US Rep, G. H. W. Bush Cabinet Member
 Rozelle, Pete (Signed Envelope) $15
Ground-breaking NFL Commissioner 1960-89, entered Football Hall of Fame 1985
 Williams, Edward Bennett (Letter) $20
Legendary Washington super-lawyer /insider, owned Baltimore Orioles & Washington Redskins

Sports-Golf
 Palmer, Arnold (Framed signature) $75
In-person signature matted & framed with photo of him hitting out of the rough

Sports-Miscellany
 Don, Kaye (Signed card) $30
Admit card signed by the Irish-born motorcycle, car and speedboat racer
 Ederle, Gertrude (ON HOLD) (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $40
American competitive swimmer, 1st woman to swim the English Channel 1926
 Lipton, Sir Thomas J. (Letter) $110
1927 TLS to the wife of New York City's Police Commissioner by the celebrated yachtsman, founder of Lipton Tea Co.
 Lipton, Sir Thomas J. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $40
Famed yachtsman, 5-time unsuccessful America’s Cup challenger; created Lipton Tea Company
 Neiman, Leroy (ON HOLD) (Signed Card) $20
American artist best known for brightly colored expressionistic paintings of musicians & sporting events
 Tibbs, Casey (Signature) $75
Signature of saddle bronc champion and actor, one of rodeo’s greatest stars ever
 Vanderbilt, Harold S. (Signed Card) $40
Great-grandson of Commodore Vanderbilt, champion yachtsman and bridge player
 Whitney, Harry Payne (Document) $60
Stock transfer document signed by the financier-polo player-horse breeder & racer

Sports-Olympic Games
 Holm, Eleanor (Signed Brochure) $15
In-person signature during 1933 Chicago May Company appearance
 Spock, Dr. Benjamin (Signed Card) $20
Pediatrician, author, leftist political activist, People's Party 1972 presidential & 1976 VP candidate

Stage & Screen
 Abbott, Bud & Costello, Lou (Photograph) $1150
Signed original b&w still photo from their 1944 MGM film, “Lost in a Harem”
 Albee II, Edward F. (Photograph) $95
Vaudeville impressario (grandfather of the playwright), with partner B. F. Keith, first introduced motion pictures in the US
 Anderson, Maxwell (Document) $75
1945 license for radio broadcast of his play "Elizabeth the Queen"
 Arness, James (Photograph) $150
Signed photo in the iconic role of Marshal Matt Dillon from the long-running television series, “Gunsmoke”
 Barnet, Charlie (Document) $35
1947 DS by the jazz composer, saxophonist, and bandleader, agreement with Sam Goldwyn Productions for film “That’s Life” (“A Song Is Born”)
 Beery, Wallace (Signature) $65
Frameable vintage pencil signature of the Oscar-winning actor
 Begley Sr., Ed (Photograph) $115
Nice signed & inscrbed 1956 United Artists still photo from “Patterns”, won Oscar in 1962
 Black, Alexander (Letter) $50
Inventor of the “picture play”, made President Grover Cleveland a “film star”!
 Boone, Richard (Photograph) $90
Film & TV actor best remembered as Paladin in “Have Gun-Will Travel” 1957-63
 Booth, Shirley (Photograph) $95
Celebrated stage, screen & TV actress, won an Oscar, 2 Emmys, & 3 Tonys
 Bowes, Major Edward (Letter) $10
Host of radio’s 1934-52 original “Amateur Hour”, introduced “Wheel of Fortune” & the gong
 Brennan, Walter (Photograph) $250
Nice seated portrait inscribed & signed by the 3-time Oscar winner, appeared in over 230 film and TV roles in 5 decade career!
 Bronson, Charles (Photograph) $125
Signed portrait in western attire of the 1950s-70s action film hero
 Burns, Bob (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $10
1930s-40s radio & film musical comedian, coined term “bazooka” for his unique comic instrument
 Carmichael, Hoagy (Photograph) $250
Nice signed photo of the composer, singer, pianist and actor
 Cassavetes, John (Photograph) $150
Early signed portrait of the famed actor, teacher, director, screenwriter, and pioneer of American independent films
 Cronyn, Hume & Tandy, Jessica (Photograph) $95
Lovely bust portrait of, and signed by, the celebrated pair renowned for their film and theater successes for over 50 years
 DeMille, Cecil B. (Photograph) $250
1944 bust portrait ISP of the legendary film director at the prime of his career!
 Downey Sr., Morton (Signed Portrait) $15
Handsome signed 1934 pencil portrait of the popular singer-actor-songwriter
 Dunham, Katherine (Photograph) $75
Vintage signed photo of the "Matriarch & Queen Mother of Black Dance"
 Durante, Jimmy (Letter) $50
The legendary “Schnozzola” thanks a Canadian fan for a joke line
 Farrar, Geraldine (Letter) $20
1930 ALS of the retired soprano opera singer and silent screen actress
 Flynn, Errol (Signed Card) $150
Swashbuckling film hero of the 1930s-1940s
 Garson, Greer (Signed Card) $50
Oscar nominee 7 times, won 1942 Best Actress Academy Award for “Mrs. Miniver”
 Gielgud, John (Photograph) $85
SP as George, Duke of Clarence in United Artist’s 1955 “Richard III” (with Laurence Olivier in title role)
 Hayakawa, Sessue (Photograph) $350
Signed & inscribed portrait from his most famous role as Colonel Saito in “The Bridge on the River Kwai”
 Henning, Doug (Photograph) $75
Colorful 70’s – 80’s magician-showman
 Henning, Doug (Signed Album Page) $35
In-person signature of the colorful 1970’s & 80’s Canadian magician & showman
 Holm, Eleanor (Signed Brochure) $15
In-person signature during 1933 Chicago May Company appearance
 Horne, Lena (ON HOLD) (Signed Card) $60
Singer, dancer, actress, civil rights activist, 1st Black performer to sign long-term studio contract
 Howard, Sidney Coe (Document) $150
1928 contract for South African rights to one of his plays from Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, & “Gone With the Wind” Oscar-winning screenplay writer
 Irving, Henry B. (Photograph) $30
Signed photo of the actor-lawyer and eldest son of Sir Henry Irving
 Irving, Henry B. (Photograph) $30
Photograph signed by the actor-lawyer, eldest son of Sir Henry Irving
 Kaufman, George S. (Typed Note Signed) $175
Characteristically odd 1935 TNS from the Algonquin Round Table member to an actor friend seeking a part
 Keel, Howard (Photograph) $75
Nice signed photo of the 1950’s MGM musical star, in 1980’s played major role on TV’s “Dallas”
 Lerner, Alan Jay (ON HOLD) (Photograph) $75
Award-winning librettist-lyricist of musicals, inc. “Brigadoon”, “Gigi”, “My Fair Lady”, "Camelot”
 MacGraw, Ali (Photograph) $15
1960s-70s star of “Goodbye Columbus”, “Love Story”, “The Getaway”, etc.
 Martin, Helena Savill Faucit ("Lady Martin") (AQS) $25
19th century English actress, performed with Macready & Irving, quotes Lord Byron
 McGuire, Dorothy (Photograph) $40
Signed & inscribed lovely portrait of the noted stage, radio, film and television actress
 McKechnie, Donna (Photograph) $15
Musical theater dancer, singer, actress & choreographer, starred in Broadway classic “A Chorus Line”
 Mills, Juliet (Photograph) $15
Inscribed & signed photo from her 1970-71 TV series “Nanny and the Professor”
 Mineo, Sal (Photograph) $250
Uncommmon signed MGM fan photo bust portrait of the actor, murdered at age 37
 Nelson, Rick (Photograph) $225
Uncommon youthful portrait of the teen idol singing into a microphone
 Novak, Eva (Photograph) $25
1917 photo signed by the popular silent screen actress, Tom Mix co-star in 10 films
 Nutt, Commodore & Stratton, Mrs. Charles (Mrs. Tom Thumb) (Signed card) $175
Two of P. T. Barnum's famed "little person" attractions, Nutt rivaled Tom Thumb for her love and lost
 Olivier, Sir Laurence (Photograph) $195
Signed b&w photograph as Richard III, which he co-produced and directed, and for which he received an Oscar nomination for Best Actor
 Olivier, Sir Laurence (Photograph) $195
Signed b&w photograph as Richard III, which he co-produced and directed, and for which he received an Oscar nomination for Best Actor
 Parker, Eleanor (Photograph) $15
1940s-60s leading lady, best remembered as Baroness Schraeder in “The Sound of Music”
 Pinero, Sir Arthur Wing (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $20
1902 autograph sentiment signed by the English dramatist
 Pinza, Ezio (Signed Program) $40
Italian basso, opera and Broadway star, notable for “South Pacific”
 Prince, Hal (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $15
Masterful Broadway musical producer and director, recipient of record 21 Tony Awards!
 Prince, Harold ("Hal") (Photograph) $25
Multi-Tony Award-winning Broadway musical producer & director
 Rains, Claude (Photograph) $395
Inscribed signed portrait by the star of many mid-20th century’s greatest classic films!
 Rathbone, Basil (Photograph) $250
Great signed original still portrait from “The Black Sleep” (1956)
 Rathbone, Basil (Photograph) $250
Great signed original still portrait from “Casanova's Big Night” (1954)
 Reagan, Ronald (ON HOLD) (Photograph) $295
Authentically signed handsome b&w early portrait from his Hollywood days
 Richman, Harry (Photograph) $25
Popular entertainer, famed for recording & film “Puttin’ on the Ritz”, co-piloted 1936 1st transatlantic round trip flight
 Russell, Harold (Check) $15
Only actor to win 2 Oscars for one role, activist in fight for employment rights for people with disabilities
 Saddler, Donald (Photograph) $25
Ballet, Broadway & film dancer, award-winning choreographer
 Schmidt, Harvey (Photograph) $50
Tony Award-winning composer of longest running musical ever, “The Fantasticks”
 Seabrooke, Thomas Q. (Photograph) $15
Signed cabinet photo in costume from one of his most popular roles
 Sherwood, Robert Emmet (Document) $125
1933 DS from Pulitzer Prize-Winning playwright, & Oscar-winning screenplay writer for British rights to his play "Reunion in Vienna"
 Simmons, Jean (Photograph) $60
SP, lovely b&w portrait as Ophelia, her 1948 Oscar-nominaed role in Olivier’s “Hamlet”
 Sondergaard, Gale (Photograph) $125
Lovely 1938 MGM Willinger Studio portrait of the recipient of the 1st Best Supporting Actress Oscar, 50's "Red Scare" victim
 Stuart, Leslie (Photograph) $25
Popular English Edwardian musical comedy composer, best known for 1899 international hit, "Floradora"
 Swarthout, Gladys (Letter) $15
1949 TLS to composer Chas. Wakefield Cadman’s sister on pleasure of singing his song, “At Dawning”
 Talley, Marion (Photograph) $20
1935 signed & inscribed Clarence Bull glamour matte finish photo
 Terry, Fred (Photograph) $25
Eminent late 19th-early 20th century English actor, Ellen Terry’s brother, husband of Julia Neilson
 Tibbs, Casey (Signature) $75
Signature of saddle bronc champion and actor, one of rodeo’s greatest stars ever
 Van Fleet, Jo (Photograph) $95
Lovely MGM publicity portrait signed & inscribed
 Warren, William (Autog. Sentiment Signed) $25
19th century American actor noted for playing English gentlemen roles for 50 years
 Warren, William (Autograph Quotation Signed) $25
Famed 19th century Boston comic actor misquotes Shakespeare
 Weber, Joe & Fields, Lew (Signatures) $65
1908 signatures of one of the greatest late 19th-early 20th century comedy teams
 Winter, William (Signed portrait) $40
Portrait of the American drama critic-author inscribed in 1894 to John L. Toole, English comic actor, manager, and producer
 Wyman, Jane (Letter) $125
Good content 1949 TLS (year her divorce from Ronald Reagan was finalized) mentioning a good deed from a fan, an Oscar night lucky charm!

Vice Presidents of the US
 Agnew, Spiro T. (Signature) $65
Signature of Nixon's 1st VP, 1st VP to resign from office over criminal charges
 Biden, Joseph R. "Joe" (Photograph) $95
1976 ISP while 1st term Delaware US Senator, potential 2020 presidential candidate
 Bush, George H. W. (Letter) $275
1984 ALS to a prominent Washington political items dealer thanking him for a button
 Bush, George H. W. (Letter) $250
TLS as VP week after 2nd Reagan-Bush Inauguration to a close friend, starting to look down the road to 1988
 Bush, George H. W. (Letter) $275
TLS 3 days after accepting the 1980 GOP Vice Presidential nomination!
 Bush, George H. W. (Letter) $295
Optimistic ca. 1979 ALS to the composer of “Hail to The Redskins”, predicting he will win the 1980 GOP presidential nomination!
 Bush, George H. W. (Letter) $275
1986 ALS as VP to the composer of “Hail to The Redskins”
 Bush, George H. W. (Photograph) $275
1984 color White House photo signed and inscribed by Vice President Bush to White House Chief Usher Rex Scouten and his wife
 Curtis, Charles (Signed card) $75
Signed US Senate Chamber Reserved Gallery pass as Vice President
 Garner, John Nance (Signed card) $40
Card signed by FDR's 1st VP, the only man to serve as Speaker of the House and President of the Senate on the same day!
 Garner, John Nance (Signed Card) $50
Card signed by the Texas congressman, 1931-33 House Speaker, FDR VP 1933-41
 Gerry, Elbridge (letter) $1795
1792 ALS while Member of the Continental Congress, to Quartermaster General James Hodgdon
 Hamlin, Hannibal (Autograph album page) $110
Signed autograph album page while Maine US Senator (ca. 1877)
 Hendricks, Thomas A. (Letter) $150
1872 ALS by the 1876 Democratic VP candidate, died in 1885 after 8 1/2 months as Cleveland’s VP
 Hendricks, Thomas A. (Franked Envelope) $65
1876 Democratic VP candidate with Tilden, Cleveland’s VP, died in office 1885
 Hobart, Garret A. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $150
1899 calling card signed as McKinley’s VP, died in office, replaced on 1900 ticket by Theodore Roosevelt
 Humphrey, Hubert H. (Letter) $75
VP Humphrey thanks a Washington friend for information about a helpful Congressman
 Humphrey, Hubert H. (Letter) $75
VP Humphrey sends Christmas & New Year greetings (and a modest gift) to a Washington pal
 Johnson, Andrew (Autograph Quotation Signed) $1250
Rare AQS while Governor of Tennessee
 Johnson, Richard M. (Free Franked Address Leaf) $150
Free-franked address panel to a noted New York portrait painter
 Johnson, Richard Mentor (Check) $225
Check handwritten a year & a day before his election as VP by the Senate
 Marshall, Thomas R. (Photograph) $150
Signed Clinedinst photo likely while Wilson’s VP
 Mondale, Walter F. (Letter) $60
TLS as Senator and Jimmy Carter's 1976 Democratic VP nominee
 Mondale, Walter F. "Fritz" (Photograph) $40
Signed Inauguration Day photo as Vice President to DC police officer
 Morton, Levi P. (Signed Card) $40
Card signed by Benj. Harrison’s VP (1889-93), 31st New York Governor, declined to be Garfield’s running mate 1880, placed 1st rivet in Statue of Liberty in 1881 while popular US Minister to France
 Nixon, Richard M. (Letter) $250
VP (and soon-to-be 1960 GOP nominee) Nixon sends thanks for miniature Viennese elephant orchestra gift (!)
 Nixon, Richard M. (Photograph) $295
1953 ISP while VP with nice inscription
 Wallace, Henry A. (Signed Card) $60
Card signed by the controversial FDR-Truman cabinet member, FDR’s 2nd VP, 1948 presidential candidate
 Wallace, Henry A. (Signed Engraving) $75
Nice signed steel engraving as Truman's VP, later his Commerce Secretary and 1948 presidential rival
 Wilson, Henry (Signature) $65
Signature of the Massachusetts US Senator, Grant's VP 1873-75, a founder of the Republican Party
 Wilson, Henry (Letter) $250
March 1869 ALS while Senator mentioning post-Inaugural visit to President Grant
 Wilson, Henry (Signature) $75
Massachusetts US Senator, Grant's VP 1873-75, a founder of the Republican Party

Western Americana
 Burke, John M. (Letter) $110
Buffalo Bill’s famed press agent, one of the great public relations legends
 Cameron, Ralph H. (Letter) $25
His bill brought about Arizona statehood while Territorial Delegate, won authorization for Coolidge Dam, built Bright Angel Trail into the Grand Canyon
 Smith, Marcus Aurelius ("Mark") (Letter) $25
Tombstone prosecutor, one of Arizona’s first two US Senators
 Tibbs, Casey (Signature) $75
Signature of saddle bronc champion and actor, one of rodeo’s greatest stars ever

Women
 Abzug, Bella (Photograph) $40
New York feminist US Rep, a founder of the National Women’s Political Caucus
 Baird, Wm. F. "Bill" (Autograph Statement Signed) $20
Founded Pro Choice League, successfully fought for rights of unmarried persons to access contraception, abortion rights activist
 Bixby, Dianna & Robert (Signed Card) $20
1950 husband & wife around-the-world flyers, Dianna killed in 1955 crash attempting solo around-the-world record flight
 Blackwell, Alice Stone (Letter) $125
Daughter of Lucy Stone, women’s and human rights advocate, edited “Woman’s Journal” 1893-1918
 Brown, Mildred D. (Letter) $40
1975 ALS to the Army War College Commandant by a civil rights leader, praising his remarks on possibilities and challenges facing young people as future leaders
 Culbertson, Josephine (Signed card) $20
1st woman bridge champion
 Dickinson, Anna E. (Letter) $150
1864 ALS to controversial physician D. Willard Bliss, then in charge of Washington's Armory Square Hospital, later controversially attended to President Garfield
 Dix, Dorothea L. (Letter) $225
ALS by the social reformer, Superintendent of US Army female nurses in the Civil War
 Dodge, Grace H. (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $40
Social worker & philanthropist, devoted her life & money to improving women’s education, esteem, and safety
 Edgeworth, Maria (Autograph Manuscript Signed) $295
Manuscript page from her 1834 novel “Helen” by the late 18th-early 19th century popular Irish novelist
 Eliot, George (Signature) $195
One of Victorian England's greatest novelists, one of world's foremost women writers
 Friedan, Betty (Signed Program) $40
1985 lecture program signed by “The Pen-Woman of the Women’s Rights Movement”
 Godey, Louis A. (Document) $50
1853 10-month $360 promissory note signed twice by the “Godey’s Lady’s Book” founder-editor-publisher
 Hallowes, Odette Bailly Sansom Churchill (Photograph) $175
Color photo of the British spy with her decorations and medals
 Jarvis, Anna M. (Letter) $125
1938 TLS from the founder of America’s Mother’s Day holiday
 Joliot-Curie, Irene (Letter) $395
French physicist, daughter of Pierre & Marie Curie, shared 1935 Nobel Prize in Chemistry with her husband
 Kenyon, Dorothy (Letter) $20
Controversial feminist lawyer-jurist-diplomat
 King, Coretta Scott (Signed Cover) $125
JFK assassination 5th anniversary commemorative cover signed by Dr. King's widow
 Larcom, Lucy (Autograph Manuscript Signed) $75
Original 1879 verse in honor of a girl
 Livermore, Mary A. (Signed Card) $60
“The Queen of the Platform”, abolitionist, woman suffrage & education, temperance advocate
 Longworth, Nicholas & Alice Roosevelt (Signed Cards) $50
2 matching cards signed by Washington’s #1 “power couple” of the early 20th century
 Luhan, Mabel Dodge (Signature) $75
Rare autograph of the wealthy patron associated with the Taos Art Colony; author
 Mead, Margaret (Signed Album Page) $35
Famed anthropologist, wrote landmark “Coming of Age in Samoa” in 1928
 Meir, Golda (Signed Card) $175
1972 Signature while Prime Minister in English & Hebrew
 Miller Watson, Florene (Photograph) $30
One of the original 25 WW II Women’s Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron, later Women's Airforce Service Pilots (WASP)
 OConnor, Sandra Day (First Day Cover) $85
Court-related First Day Cover signed by the 1st woman named to the Court
 Owen, Ruth Bryan (Letter) $15
1937 ALS from the south’s 1st Congresswoman, 1st woman US ambassador, author
 Owen, Ruth Bryan (Letter) $15
1935 TLS while Ambassador to Denmark (1st woman US ambassador), invitation to composer Charles Wakefield Cadman
 Priest, Ivy Baker (Signed currency) $30
Signed Series 1935E $1 silver certificate bearing her facsimile signature
 Rogers, Edith Nourse (Letter) $20
1936 TLS from the 6th woman elected to Congress, the powerful voice for veterans sponsored the GI Bill and helped create the Women's Army Corps (WAC)
 Roosevelt, Eleanor (Signature) $95
Frameable signature of the popular First Lady and stateswoman
 Roosevelt, Eleanor (ON HOLD) (Letter) $350
The First Lady congratulates an Arizona woman on the success of a Democratic Women's Day Drive
 Rosenberg, Anna M. (Photograph) $15
Asst. Secretary of Defense 1950-53, then highest post achieved by a woman in the US military establishment
 Ross, Nellie Tayloe (Signed Card) $30
1st woman state governor (Wyoming), 1st woman to be Director of the US Mint
 Sedgwick, Catharine M. (ANS) $150
Autographed note signed by of one of the early 19th century’s major female writers, noted for “domestic fiction”
 Seelye, Laurenus Clark (Photograph) $35
1904 photograph as (1st) President of Smith College
 Sigourney, Lydia H. (AQS) $135
The popular American poet misquotes English poet Edward Young
 Sigourney, Lydia H. (ALS & AQS) $295
The popular Connecticut poet provides a quote from one of her most successful works, “Niagara”
 Sims, Naomi (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $15
1st African-American supermodel, businesswoman, author
 Smith, Margaret Chase (Letter) $30
1967 letter of advice to a constituent seeking a US Capitol job
 Smith, Margaret Chase (Photograph) $50
Wonderful photo of a smiling Senator Smith likely while campaigning for the 1964 Republican presidential nomination
 Wald, Lillian D. (Letter) $95
Public health/visiting nurse pioneer, founder of New York City’s celebrated Henry Street Settlement
 Whitman, Christine Todd (Photograph) $10
Moderate Republican 50th Governor of New Jersey, EPA Administrator (G. W. Bush)
 Wiggin, Kate Douglas (AQS) $110
AQS from the 1887 “The Birds' Christmas Carol” by the popular children’s author, famed for “Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm”
 Willard, Emma (Document) $225
Early ADS of the founder of the 1st women’s school of higher education
 Willard, Frances E. (Letter) $150
1892 pencil ALS on letterhead as President of the National Women’s Christian Temperance Union

World Leaders
 Abboud, El-Ferik Ibrahim (ON HOLD) (Signed Card) $20
1960 signature as head of Sudan's 1958-64 military government
 Abu Gazalh, Abdel-Halim (Letter) $50
1990 TLS in Arabic by the conroversial Egyptian Defense Minister, he and Hosni Mubarak flanked Anwar Sadat when Sadat was assassinated in 1981
 Avila Camacho, Manuel (ON HOLD) (Signed Official Card) $20
Official card signed by Mexico’s World War II Head of State
 Begin, Menachem (Signed Card) $85
Nice signed card of the Israeli statesman and 1978 Nobel Peace Prize laureate
 Begin, Menachem (Photograph) $110
Small signed photo of the Israeli statesman, 1978 Nobel Peace Prize co-laureate
 Begin, Menachem; Navon, Yitzhak; Katz, Yisrael (Document) $110
1979 document in Hebrew signed by the controversial PM (1978 Nobel Peace Prize laureate), the 5th President of Israel, and the developer of Israel's state welfare system
 Bright, John (Signed Envelope) $15
British Quaker, Liberal & Radical reform MP 1843-89, joined with Cobden to repeal Corn Laws
 Briscoe, Robert (Letter) $25
Irish statesman, 1st Jewish Lord Mayor of Dublin
 Bryce, James, 1st Viscount (Letter) $15
1909 ALS from notable British historian, diplomat & alpinist, condemned German Belgian and Ottoman Armenian atrocities
 Callaghan, James (ON HOLD) (Photograph) $30
“Sunny Jim”, British Labour PM 1976-79
 Carson of Duncairn, Baron (Photograph) $95
Famed barrister in Oscar Wilde libel suit, Irish & Ulster Unionist leader, foe of Irish Home Rule
 Chamberlain, Joseph (Signed sentiment) $40
Sentiment Signed by the late 19th-early 20th century major British imperialist
 Chamberlain, Joseph (ON HOLD) (Letter) $75
1890 LS of the major British late 19th-early 20th century imperialist while Liberal Unionist leader, before heading the British Colonial Office
 Charles, Prince of Wales (Photograph) $395
1984 signed color photo of Prince Charles with District of Columbia police
 Chautemps, Camille (Signed Christmas card) $20
Christmas card sent by the 3-time Radical Socialist Premier in 1930’s, briefly Vichy Vice PM under Petain
 Churchill, Sir Winston (Letter) $2250
A year before returning to power, Tory leader Churchill thanks a Conservative colleague and inquires of his health
 Diefenbaker, John G. (Signed Engraved Card) $50
House of Commons notecard signed by Canada’s 13th Prime Minister
 Disraeli, Benjamin, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield (Free Franked Panel) $225
Free franked address panel while relatively new MP
 Disraeli, Benjamin, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield (Franked Envelope) $225
Franked hand-addressed envelope (likely while Prime Minister) to The Lord Chancellor
 Dorticos Torrado, Osvaldo (Letter) $75
1962 TLS as President of Cuba to artist Rockwell Kent’s agent, the controversial H. K. Thompson Jr., 2 weeks before the Cuban Missile Crisis
 Erhard, Ludwig (Signed Portrait) $20
Signed color portrait of the 1963-66 West German Chancellor
 Erlander, Tage F. (Letter) $15
1958 TLS of Sweden’s PM for 23 years, kept Sweden neutral in Cold War
 Faure, Edgar (Signed Official Card) $15
French PM 1952 & 1955, one of the "Big Four" at the July 1955 Geneva Conference
 Fitzroy, Edward A. (Letter) $25
1937 ALS while Speaker of the British House of Commons to Queen Elizabeth II's great-aunt
 Garcia, Carlos P. (Letter) $50
1958 TLS as Philippine President to “Meet the Press” producer-host, Lawrence E. Spivak
 Garcia, Carlos P. (Photograph) $30
Photograph signed & inscribed as 8th President of the Philippines 1957-61
 George III (Letter) $1250
Rare ALS of America’s last king!
 Gladstone, William E. (Letter) $195
1894 ALS 4 days before the end of his last term as Prime Minister, to his 1846 assistant private secretary, a poet and critic
 Granville, 2nd Earl (Granville George Leveson-Gower) (Letter) $20
1849 ALS of the future Liberal Party 3-time Foreign Secretary
 Grivas, Georgios (Photograph) $95
Greek Cypriot soldier, led fight for independence from Britain and for union (“Enosis”) with Greece
 Gursel, Cemal (ON HOLD) (Signed Card) $20
Popular 4th President of Turkey, led celebrated 1961-66 "Turkish Revolution"
 Harman, Avraham (First Day Cover) $10
Renowned Israeli Diplomat, Ambassador to US 1959-68
 Herriot, Edouard (ON HOLD) (Signed Portrait) $25
3-time French Radical Prime Minister1924-32, interned by Nazis 1940-45
 Holyoake, Sir Keith J. (Letter) $25
1965 TLS as New Zealand’s Prime Minister, only person to be both PM & Governor-General
 Jorgensen, Anker (Signed Portrait) $15
Danish PM, led Denmark into the European Economic Community
 Jusserand, Jules Jean (Photograph) $30
1925 photo signed by the great French diplomat, Ambassador to the US 1902-25, 1st recipient of the Pulitzer Prize in History in 1926
 Katzir, Ephraim (Photograph) $35
Signed photo of the prominent bio-physicist, 4th President of State of Israel
 Kekkonen, Urho (First Day Cover) $20
Signed 1965 US Winston Churchill stamp First Day Cover while President of Finland
 Kreisky, Bruno (Photograph) $15
Jewish Socialist Chancellor of Austria 1970-1983
 Lebrun, Albert F. (ON HOLD) (Signed Portrait) $20
Last President of France's 3rd Republic 1932-40, replaced by Vichy's Petain
 Lubke, Karl Heinrich (Photograph) $15
Signed photograph of the 2nd President of West Germany 1959-69
 Lyautey, Marshal Louis H. G. (ANS) $65
Led 1896 French invasion of Madagascar, governed Morocco 1907-25
 Lyons, Richard P. M., 1st Viscount (ANS) $25
Eminent British envoy to the US during the Civil War
 Magsaysay, Ramon (Photograph) $75
“The Idol of the Masses”, 7th Philippine President 1954-57, defeated Huk rebellion, killed in 1957 airplane crash
 Magsaysay, Ramon (Letter) $65
“The Idol of the Masses”, WW II guerilla leader, 7th Philippine president, defeated Huk rebellion, killed in 1957 plane crash
 Masaryk, Jan (Signed Card) $110
1939 card signed by the Czech diplomat and 1940-48 Foreign Minister, murdered by Communists
 Masaryk, Tomas G. (Letter) $450
Early ALS in English of the Czechoslovak statesman, to London publisher Thomas Longman
 Meir, Golda (Signed Card) $175
1972 Signature while Prime Minister in English & Hebrew
 Menocal, Mario Garcia (ON HOLD) (Signed Card) $20
Signature of Cuba’s 1913-21 President
 Mintoff, Dom (Signature) $10
Signature of the architect of Malta’s independence on 1960 ALS of his wife
 Mollien, Francois Nicolas, Comte (ON HOLD) (Letter) $125
1802 LS from Napoleon’s future 2nd Minister of Finance, thanks Paris Athéneé Des Artes for an honor
 Obote, Apollo Milton (ON HOLD) (Signature) $20
Uncommon signature of the Ugandan dictator while Prime Minister in 1965
 Obregon Salido, Alvaro (Photograph) $135
Signed photograph of Mexico's 1920-24 President, assassinated 1928
 Olmert, Ehud (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $30
In-person autograph sentiment signed by Israel’s disgraced former PM while Mayor of Jerusalem
 Paderewski, Ignace Jan (Autograph Sentiment Signed) $150
Autograph sentiment signed by the great Polish pianist, composer and statesman
 Peres, Shimon (Photograph) $35
President of Israel 2007-14, twice PM, co-recipient of 1994 Nobel Peace Prize
 Peres, Shimon (Autograph album page) $30
Co-recipient of 1994 Nobel Peace Prize, twice Prime Minister of Israel, President 2007-2014
 Raab, Julius (ON HOLD) (Signed Card) $10
Austrian politician, as Chancellor negotiated and signed treaty with 4 Allied powers guaranteeing Austrian independence, ending post-WW II occupation
 Rhodes, Cecil J. (Signature) $150
Signature of the noted British diamond mining magnate, African colonial admninistrator, financier, and philanthropist
 Ribot, Alexandre-Felix-Joseph (Document) $25
New York bank signature card signed twice by the French politician, 4-time Prime Minister 1892-1917
 Romulo, Carlos P. (Letter) $20
1969 TLS as Philippine Secretary of Foreign Affairs to "Meet The Press" founder-moderator Lawrence E. Spivak
 Romulo, Carlos P. (Letter) $20
1972 TLS as Secretary of Foreign Affairs of The Phillppines, congratulating "Meet The Press" co-founder, producer, and moderator on the program's 25th anniversary
 Roxas, Manuel A. (Typed Sentiment Signed) $110
1947 typed sentiment signed by the 1st President of the independent Philippine Republic
 Russell, Lord John, 1st Earl (Free Frank) $30
1827 free franked address leaf while MP
 Russell, Lord John, 1st Earl Russell (Free Frank) $30
1836 free franked panel while Home Secretary in Lord Melbourne's government
 Sapir, Pinhas (FDC) $15
Father of the Israeli economy, managed from a black notebook
 Sekou Toure, Ahmed (Photograph) $50
1st President of Guinea 1958-84, architect of independence from France
 Senghor, Leopold (Letter) $95
Senegal’s 1st President, 1st African member of the Academie Francaise, renowned poet and cultural theorist
 Shamir, Yitzhak (Photograph) $60
7th Israeli Prime Minister, served 1983-84 & 1986-92
 Smuts, Jan Christiaan (Letter) $175
South African statesman, only person to sign peace treaties ending WW I and II
 Somoza Garcia, Anastasio "Tacho" (Photograph) $75
Signed photo of the 20-year dictator of Nicaragua, his sons controlled the country to 1979
 Spaak, Paul-Henri (First Day Cover) $10
Belgian, United Nations & NATO statesman
 Stephen, Sir Alfred (Photograph) $20
1887 signed photograph of the New South Wales, Australia statesman and jurist
 Steyn, Marthinus Theunis (ON HOLD) (Signature) $150
Rare signature while last President of the Orange Free State, led Boers in 1899-1902 2nd Boer War against Great Britain
 Venizelos, Eleutherios (Photograph) $65
One of Greece’s greatest 20th century statesmen
 Von Weizsacker, Richard Karl Freiherr (Photograph) $15
Last president of West Germany and 1st president of reunified Germany 1984-94
 Waldheim, Kurt (Photograph & Signed Card) $25
Austrian statesman, led UN 1972-81, Austrian President 1986-92, disgraced after WW II actions revealed
 Williams, Sir William Fenwick (Signature) $75
Led British forces in British No. America, organized Canada’s defenses when US Civil War began
 Yoshida, Shigeru (Signed Card) $20
Eminent postwar Japanese statesman, one of longest serving PMs in Japan's history, signed 1951 peace treaty


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