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Theodore Roosevelt DS as President
5/26/2011 - ONLINE Books, Maps & Autographs
Roosevelt, Theodore "Teddy" (1858-1919). 26th President of the United States (1901-1909). An appointment of William Cary Sanger to Assistant Secretary of War, dated December 21, 1901, signed Theodore Roosevelt boldly in black ink. Also signed by Secretary of War Elihu Root and affixed with the blue seal of the United States War Office. Framed, 16" x 20" sight, 23.25" x 27.25" overall.
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Theodore Roosevelt TNS
Lot # 22 - Theodore Roosevelt TNS
On his office stationery from the Metropolitan in NYC, 1 Nov. 1917. Thank you to Mr. Richard Ware. Matted and framed with a lithographed portrait of TR (overall 12 x 18 in.). Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919), President (1901-1909). > Item Details
Western Art
Lot # 177 - Western Art
Lot of 2. Feder, Norman. American Indian Art. New York: Harry Abrams, Inc., 1965. Obl. 4to, red cloth w/dj (in mylar), gilt front and spine, tipped in frontis, 447pp. Peters, Harry T. California on Stone. Garden City: Double, Doran & Company, Inc., 1935. 4to, printed cloth beveled boards, 227... > Item Details
Grinnell's Indians, Plus
Lot # 165 - Grinnell's Indians, Plus
Lot of 2. Grinnell, George Bird. The Indians of To-Day. Chicago: Herbert S. Stone and Company, 1900. Illustrated with photographs by Frank A. Rinehart. 4to, illustrated cloth, 55 plates, 185pp. Light toning of leaves, very light shelf wear and surface soil. Slight damage to first few pages in lower ... > Item Details
1980 Iran Hostage Crisis, Newspaper Signed by Hostages
Lot # 85 - 1980 Iran Hostage Crisis, Newspaper Signed by Hostages
The front page of the January 20, 1981, edition of The Stars and Stripes, featuring headshots of the 52 remaining hostages positioned around the headline So Near, And Yet..., each signed in blue or black ink. January 20, 1981, was the date the hostages were released to the United States after 444 d... > Item Details
Books on the Revolution and Early Nation
Lot # 239 - Books on the Revolution and Early Nation
Lot of 3. Headley, J.T. Washington & His Generals. Westvaco, 1991. 8vo, grey cloth with gilt spine in pictorial slipcase, ribbon bookmark, 238pp. Very slight shelfwear to slipcase, else near new. Edmonds, Walter D. Drums along the Mohawk. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1939. 8vo, blue cloth w/d... > Item Details
Eberstadt Catalogs of Americana
Lot # 200 - Eberstadt Catalogs of Americana
4 volumes. Eberstadt, Edward. The Eberstadt Catalogs of Americana. In Four Volumes Including Index. Introduction by Archibald Hanna Jr.; index by Karl Brown. New York: Argosy-Antiquarian Ltd., 1965. 8vo, red half-leather, gilt spines and top page edges; pages not numbered. Deluxe edition, No. 21 of ... > Item Details
Judy Garland Signed Photographs, Plus Records, Books, & Other Ephemera
Lot # 121 - Judy Garland Signed Photographs, Plus Records, Books, & Other Ephemera
Lot of 25+ items, including: a photograph signed To george: / All the best / Judy in blue ink, professionally framed, 7.5" x 9.25" sight, 13.25" x 15.5" overall; a photograph signed To george: / love from / Judy Garland, professionally framed, 7.25" x 9.25" sight, 13.75" x 16.25" overall; copy of Th... > Item Details
West Across the Plains
Lot # 188 - West Across the Plains
Lot of 2. Hafen, Le Roy R. The Overland Mail, 1849-1869. Promoter of Settlement; Precursor of Railroads. Cleveland (OH): Arthur H. Clark Company, 1926. 8vo, green cloth with gilt spine, no dj, 361pp, folding map before index. [Howes H11] Very light toning of leaves with slighter heavier toning of ed... > Item Details
<i>The Naval Monument</i>, 1842
Lot # 157 - The Naval Monument, 1842
Fully titled The Naval Monument, Containing Official and Other Accounts of All the Battles Fought Between the Navies of the United States and Great Britain During the Late War; and an Account of the War with Algiers. With Twenty-Five Engravings. To which is Annexed a Naval Register of the United S... > Item Details
Travels in Gaul, Three Latin Volumes
Lot # 238 - Travels in Gaul, Three Latin Volumes
Includes: Sincerus, Jodocus. Itinerarium Galliae, ita accomodatum ut eius ducti mediocri tempore tota Gallia obiri, Anglia & Belgium... (Travels in Gaul). Argentorati (Strasbourg): Lazarus Zeiznert, 1617. 32mo, (4.25 in. tall), red leather with 4 spine bands, folding genealogy chart, 784pp, [24]. Ca... > Item Details
Franklin Roosevelt Signed Photograph, Plus Eleanor Roosevelt TNS
Lot # 35 - Franklin Roosevelt Signed Photograph, Plus Eleanor Roosevelt TNS
Lot of 2. Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882-1945, President 1933-1945) photograph, inscribed and signed in lower margin, 8 x 9.25 in. visible, n.d., framed and matted. Together with Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962) typed note on her personal stationery, 27 Oct. 1958. Matted and framed with a print of a p... > Item Details
Maps of Discovery and Charts of History
Lot # 295 - Maps of Discovery and Charts of History
Lot of 7. Chart of the Atlantic Ocean. New York: E. & G. W. Blunt, 1831; engraved by William Hooker. Partial coloring; 9 x 14 in. With an illustration of the character and route of a storm which occurred on the American coast in August 1830. Shows part of United States, South America, Spain, and Afr... > Item Details
President Dwight D. Eisenhower Signed Postage Stamp
Lot # 41 - President Dwight D. Eisenhower Signed Postage Stamp
Eisenhower, Dwight David "Ike" (1892-1967). 34th President of the United States (1953-61). A sheet of four U.S. five cent The Sciences postage stamps, issued 1963, affixed to Office of Dwight D. Eisenhower stationary, and signed three times in blue ink (once in each of the top two stamps and once ... > Item Details
Pocket Map of the City of Washington, 1855, by McClelland
Lot # 292 - Pocket Map of the City of Washington, 1855, by McClelland
Map of the City of Washington Established as the Permanent Seat of the Governemnt of the United States of America 1855. Washington: D. McClelland. 19.5 x 16.5 in. in 4 x 6.5 cloth covers with gilt Map of Washington on front; printed endpapers. Inset of region. Upper inset of references with grid ref... > Item Details
U.S. 18th Century Texas Land Grant from Former Governor of Texas Dated <i>1861</i>
Lot # 195 - U.S. 18th Century Texas Land Grant from Former Governor of Texas Dated 1861
Partially printed document, 12.5 x 14.5 in. Austin, 28 June 1861. Land document for Aaron M. Sikes. Signed by Edward Clark as Governor. Born and raised in the South, Edward Clark (1815-1880) eventually settled in Marshall, Texas in late 1841. A lawyer, he became involved in politics, serving as a de... > Item Details
Eleanor Roosevelt Signed Postage Stamp
Lot # 36 - Eleanor Roosevelt Signed Postage Stamp
Roosevelt, Eleanor (1884-1962). First Lady of the United States (1933-45), widely considered the most influential first lady to date, and a noted writer, speaker, and political activist. A 1945 issue U.S. five cent "Toward United Nations" stamp, signed Eleanor Roosevelt in blue ink. > Item Details
James Buchanan, Clipped Signature
Lot # 12 - James Buchanan, Clipped Signature
Buchanan, James (1791-1868). Fifteenth President of the United States (1857-1861). Clipped free frank signature. Addressed to Isaac Wagner, Esquire, Warren Post Office, Chester County, Pennsylvania, all in Buchanan's handwriting, as well as the word Free above signature. Framed with steel engrav... > Item Details
Eadweard Muybridge Autograph
Lot # 141 - Eadweard Muybridge Autograph
Muybridge, Eadweard (1830-1904). English photographer known for his work in the American West, especially California, and his time-lapse photography of animal locomotion, which contributed to the development of motion picture technology. ALS, on one side of an 8vo leaf, imprinted on the other side... > Item Details
Woodrow Wilson, Clipped Signature
Lot # 25 - Woodrow Wilson, Clipped Signature
Wilson, Thomas Woodrow (1856-1924). Twenty-eighth President of the United States (1917-1921). Clipped signature, with embossed Seal of the United States underneath. Framed with portrait photograph of Wilson, 10" x 14.25". > Item Details
Three Leaves from a Gradual
Lot # 155 - Three Leaves from a Gradual
Probably from the same volume. Each page 15.75 x 20.75 in. on vellum, indicating use by a moderately large choir/congregation. With large initials in penwork blocks with geometric patterns in contrasting ink. Each page with seven 4-line bars of music. Probably from same set of volumes; likely 16th c... > Item Details
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