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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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Accounts of Explorers and Artists
Lot # 263 - Accounts of Explorers and Artists
Lot of 2. Witte, Stephen S. and Gallagher, Marsha V. The North American Journals of Prince Maximilian of Wied. Vol. I. May 1832-April 1833. Norman: Arthur H. Clark Company with the Durham Center for Western Studies, Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska, 2008. 4to, brown leather with silver lettering f... > Item Details
<i>Orbis Terrarum Veteribus Cogniti Typus Geographicus</i>
Lot # 268 - Orbis Terrarum Veteribus Cogniti Typus Geographicus
Jansson, Jan. (1588-1664), Amsterdam, ca 1650. Approx. 18.5 x 22.5 in. (plate impression approx. 16 x 20 in.), currently matted and shrink wrapped (not removed); hand-colored; second state with complete dedication. This is the Old World as known in the 17th century, marked with Arctic, Temperate, Tr... > Item Details
James Monroe, Document Signed as President
Lot # 2 - James Monroe, Document Signed as President
Monroe, James (1758-1831). Fifth President of the United States (1817-1825). DS as President, 1p, Washington DC. November 1, 1824. A General Land Office grant transferring to Mr. William Edward Hayne a quarter of a section of land near Cahaba, AL. Affixed with the seal of the office. Framed, 1... > Item Details
Ted Williams, Baseball Hall-of-Famer, Signed Postage Stamp, Plus
Lot # 154 - Ted Williams, Baseball Hall-of-Famer, Signed Postage Stamp, Plus
Williams, Ted (1918-2002). Nicknamed "Teddy Ballgame, "The Splendid Splinter," and "The Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived." Williams put together one of the finest baseball careers ever known, and his status as an All-American icon was further enhanced by twice leaving baseball in the prime of his care... > Item Details
Books about Western Artists
Lot # 198 - Books about Western Artists
Lot of 3. Horan, James D. The LIfe and Art of Charles Schreyvogel: Painter-Historian of the Indian-Fighting Army of the American West. New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., 1969. Obl. atlas, red and grey cloth w/dj (in mylar), 62pp plus 36 color plates (including frontis), 13 platinum prints, 37pp of gr... > Item Details
Franklin D. Roosevelt, TLS a President
Lot # 33 - Franklin D. Roosevelt, TLS a President
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano (1882-1945). President of the United States (1933-1945). TLS as President, 1p, Washington, DC. June 4, 1941. Addressed to Mrs. W. Gordon Crawford of Hyde Park, New York, on White House letterhead, thanking her for those "Silver Jubilee" spoons. Framed with portrait, 1... > Item Details
Spencer Phips, Colonial Governor of Massachusetts Bay, ANS
Lot # 65 - Spencer Phips, Colonial Governor of Massachusetts Bay, ANS
1p, 7.25 x 8.75 in. At a Council held at the Council Chamber in Boston on Saturday the 27th of April, 1751 - Ordered that a Hearing be had on the foregoing Appeal before this Board upon Wednesday the 5th day of June next & that the Appelant cause the adverse Party to be seasonably served with a Copy... > Item Details
1754 Manuscript Document Addressed to Daniel Parke Custis, First Husband of Martha Washington
Lot # 113 - 1754 Manuscript Document Addressed to Daniel Parke Custis, First Husband of Martha Washington
8" x 11"; Dated March 20 1754, at Plum Island, Massachusetts, by an unidentified sender (looks like "Newbury Home"), regarding payment of unspecified bills. The note is addressed to Daniel Parke Custis at York River/Rappahanock River, Virginia. Custis (1711-1757) was a wealthy Virginia planter who... > Item Details
William H. Seward ALS
Lot # 75 - William H. Seward ALS
Seward, William Henry (1801-1872). Secretary of State under Presidents Lincoln and Johnson (1861-1869), as well as a U.S. Senator and Governor of New York. Professionally framed and matted, 8" x 10" irregular (sight) 15.5" x 17.25" (overall). > Item Details
Four 19th Century Maps of Michigan
Lot # 288 - Four 19th Century Maps of Michigan
Lot of 4. Pair of Michigan maps: Lake Superior and the Northern Part of Michigan and Michigan, possibly from Colton’s Atlas of the World. New York, 1855. Each measures 12 x 15.5 in.; colored by counties. Interesting, detailed maps; United States statistics on verso. Some toning, overall good conditi... > Item Details
Buache 1739 Map of the Americas
Lot # 281 - Buache 1739 Map of the Americas
Bauche, Phillippe (1700-1773) and Delisle, Guillaume (1675-1726). Carte d'Amerique, dressee pour l'usage du Roy. Par Guillaume Delisle, permier Geographe de sa Majeste de l'Academie Royale des Sciences. A Amsterdam, Chez Jean Covens et Corneille Mortier, Geographes. Upper margin: America accurate in... > Item Details
Grover Cleveland, Document Signed as President
Lot # 16 - Grover Cleveland, Document Signed as President
Cleveland, Stephen Grover (1837-1908). Twenty-second and twenty-fourth President of the United States (1885-1889, 1893-1897). DS as President, 1p, Washington, DC. January 25, 1886. The document is an official appointment of Charles Henry Davis to the rank of Commander in the Navy, signed by Pres... > Item Details
Harriet Beecher Stowe Signature Page From a Book
Lot # 119 - Harriet Beecher Stowe Signature Page From a Book
Stowe, Harriet Beecher (1811-1896). Author of Uncle Tom's Cabin(1852). An 8vo leaf signed in black ink Harriet Beecher Stowe/Jan'y 10, 1896 below imprinted text reading The Author's Autograph, Written Specially For This Edition A Few Months Before Her Death. > 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
Franklin D. Roosevelt TLS
Lot # 31 - Franklin D. Roosevelt TLS
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano (1882-1945). 32nd President of the United States (1933-1945). TLS, dated April 23, 1938, at Washington, D.C., on White House letterhead, 7" x 8.75", thanking Ed. Wimmer, Esq., of Covington, KY, for his support; accompanied by its White House envelope with airmail cancell... > Item Details
Vice Presidential Autograph Collection, 19th-20th Century
Lot # 56 - Vice Presidential Autograph Collection, 19th-20th Century
Lot of 5, including: Hobart, Garrett (1844-1899). Vice President under William McKinley (1897-1899). Signed $1,000 scrip of the Midland Railroad Company of New Jersey, issue of April 1st, 1880. Wilson, Henry (1812-1875). Vice President under U.S. Grant (1873-1875). A 2" x 4.5" clipping signed He... > Item Details
Geography and other Academic Titles
Lot # 262 - Geography and other Academic Titles
Redway, Jacques W. and Hinman, Russell. Natural Advanced Geography. New York: American Book Company, 1901. 4to, brown cloth with illustrated front, i - iv, ivA, ivB, 5-162. Plates I-XXIV, 15p Geography of Virginia, apparently to be used in VA schools. An Accompaniment to Mitchell's Reference and Dis... > Item Details
John B. Floyd, Secretary of War Clipped Signature
Lot # 72 - John B. Floyd, Secretary of War Clipped Signature
Floyd, John Buchanan (1806-1863). United States Secretary of War under President Buchanan (1857-1860). Clipped signature in black ink John B. Floyd/Secretary of War, professionally matted and framed with albumen CDV portrait of Floyd, 6.5" x 9.75" overall. > Item Details
Map and Print of Southern England
Lot # 271 - Map and Print of Southern England
Lot of 2. Pinkerton, John (1758-1826); Herbert, Lewis. England: Southern Part. London: Cadell & Davies, 4 June 1811. From Pinkerton, A Modern Atlas:..., 1815. Print area 19.75 x 27.5 in.; hand-colored outlines of counties. Framed and glazed, faint central fold, waterstain across bottom, especially l... > 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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