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Niemöller, Pastor Martin - autographed letter signed on a postcard by the German anti-Nazi dissident sending birthday greetings to a friend, 6-15-1976, unframed

Nixon, Pat - official color White House photograph of President and Mrs. Nixon, inscribed and signed by the First Lady, with her accompanying typed cover letter on embossed White House stationery, 8-5-1971, unframed

Nixon, Pat - autograph letter signed sending thanks for a Christmas ornament, unframed

Nixon, Richard M. - typed letter signed as Vice President attributing the “the important Republican victory in California” in the 1954 mid-term election to “grass roots campaigning,” 11-24-1954, unframed

Nixon, Richard M. - Nixon thanks Ambassador Llewellyn Thompson for his help during Nixon’s trip to the Soviet Union in March 1967, one of four foreign trips Nixon used as a springboard for his 1968 presidential campaign, 3-27-1967, unframed

Nixon, Richard M., and Julie Nixon Eisenhower - the former President sends a signed first edition copy of his daughter’s book Special People (two pieces), 6-24-1977

Nixon, Richard M. - superb autograph note signed referring to his “long climb upward on the comeback trail,” 7-7-1979

Nixon, Richard M. - first edition, first printing copy of Leaders, inscribed and signed to a friend, 1982

Nixon, Richard M. - autograph letter signed thanking a friend for a gift of California navel oranges, 3-21-1988, unframed

 

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Obama, Barack - Obama signs the dedication page from his book The Audacity of Hope, which he dedicated to his grandmother and mother, unframed

 

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Pauncefote, Sir Julian - bold signature and title of the noted diplomat, Britain’s first ambassador to the United States, 1895

Pepper, Claude - heartfelt typed letter signed sending condolences to the son upon the death of a former Senate colleague, 10-24-1940, unframed

Pierce, Franklin - extraordinary autograph album from the 33rd Congress containing the signatures of Pierce and other prominent mid-19th Century personalities, including Chief Justice Salmon P. Chase, Jefferson Davis and members of the Confederate government, Texas giants Sam Houston and Thomas Jefferson Rusk, and Union and Confederate generals

Pitney, Mahlon - rare handwritten note by Justice Pitney, on his personal calling card, asking the marshal to seat guests in the courtroom, unframed

Pitney, Mahlon - scarce Court-date signature clipped from a letter, unframed

Porter, Katherine Anne - exceptional typed letter signed to her publisher sending a portion of the manuscript for her novel Ship of Fools and confiding the pressures of finances and exhaustion as she struggles to finish it. 11-13-1958, unframed

Pound, Ezra - vitriolic typed letter signed to the director of the Atlantic Monthly Press seeking publication of two of his Cantos, 12-14-1957, unframed

Portillo, José López - excellent Hispanic-content display featuring a White House luncheon menu signed in person by President Ronald Reagan, Mexican President Portillo, and others, framed

Powell, Colin - beautiful cacheted first day cover honoring President Dwight D. Eisenhower, signed by Powell in black

Price, Sterling - court affidavit boldly signed by the future Confederate general 2-27-1841

Provost, Jon - very fine condition dual-signed photo of Provost as Timmy, with his co-star, Lassie, unframed

 

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Rathbone, Basil - autographed letter signed by the Sherlock Holmes actor returning a manuscript and sending another new work, 12-4-1955, unframed

Ray, James Earl - handwritten Christmas card referring to Ray’s interview on the Morton Downey show, 12-14-1988, unframed

Ray, James Earl - autograph letter signed from Brushy Mountain Prison referring to publishing a revised paperback edition of his book Tennessee Waltz: The Making of a Political Prisoner, 1-15-1991, unframed

Ray, James Earl - typed letter signed by the convicted assassin of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., referring to his British mock trial, and sending a signed mugshot, 9-21-1992 – two pieces, unframed

Ray, James Earl - typed letter signed, discussing lawsuits against Loyd Jowers, who confessed to a conspiracy to assassinate Martin Luther King, Jr., and against an author and publisher of a book about mafioso Carlos Marcello that tied Marcello and Ray to the King murder, 11-16-1994, unframed

Rayburn, Sam - excellent World War II-dated letter in which the powerful Speaker of the House writes of the “marvelous and almost amazing” war production, 6-7-1943, unframed

Reagan, Ronald - handwritten notes for a Reagan speech about voluntary income tax withholding, written as Governor of California, unframed

Reed, Stanley F. - superb autographed letter signed to Tom C. Clark congratulating him on his appointment as an Associate Justice, 8-1-1949, unframed

Reed, Stanley F. and Tom C. Clark - rare internal correspondence between the Justices regarding a 1951 case—an autograph note by Clark and an autograph note signed by Reed, unframed

Rehnquist, William H. - virtually pristine engraved Supreme Court card, boldly signed in black, unframed

Remington, Frederic - bold signature on a card of the renowned American Old West artist, perfect for framing

Roberts, Owen J. - former Justice Roberts, now a law school dean, writes to Justice Clark in an effort to place graduates as law clerks with Supreme Court Justices, 11-6-1950, unframed

Romulo, Carlos P. - typed letter signed 1-15-1959

Roosevelt, Eleanor - typed letter signed to an editor of The Atlantic Monthly regarding a proposed article, 12-14-1957, unframed

Roosevelt, Franklin D. - outstanding typed letter signed by FDR, seeking the Democratic presidential nomination, about “the present tragic economic condition” and the need  for “a return to sanity and stability” near the depth of the Great Depression, 5-6-1932, unframed

Roosevelt, Franklin D. - rare and excellent World War II content typed letter signed, FDR’s first known letter following Pearl Harbor, mentioning his son Elliott’s assignment to “a bombing squadron on the West Coast,” 12-18-1941, unframed

Roosevelt, Theodore - exceptional content typed letter signed encouraging organization of the Progressive Party in Rhode Island 4-10-1913

Root, Elihu - typed letter signed by the former Secretary of State referring to “the very interesting subject of the Soviet experiment,” 5-20-1929, unframed

Root, Jesse, and Oliver Ellsworth - excellent association autograph document signed authorizing reimbursement to Root for volunteer soldiers’ wages two days after Washington’s surprise victory at Trenton, New Jersey, 12-28-1776, unframed

Rusk, Dean - the former Secretary of State writes of Ambassador Llewellyn Thompson’s “crucial behind the scenes” role during the Cuban Missile Crisis, 11-16-1987, unframed

 

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Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr. - typed letter signed from the Harvard historian and presidential aide seeking donation of Ambassador Llewellyn Thompson’s papers to the JFK Library, 2-6-1964, unframed

Seward, William H. - historically superb letter by which Seward sends vital certified copies of documents for use as exhibits in the trial of the Lincoln assassination conspirators, 6-13-1865, unframed

Sherman, John - autograph letter signed by the famed Ohio Senator and two-time presidential cabinet member sending his autograph, 1-14-1895, unframed

Sherman, Roger - autograph judicial order signed by Sherman, the only person who signed all four major American founding documents, including the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, 5-9-1786, unframed

Sinclair, Upton - typed letter signed to his friend and critic, Melville Kress, sending a gift for suggesting the opening chapter of his fourth Lanny Budd novel, Wide is the Gate, 3-16-1942, unframed

von Schuschnigg, Kurt - scarce signed postcard photograph of the Austrian chancellor who opposed Hitler’s takeover of Austria, unframed

Speer, Albert - Hitler’s chief architect and Nazi Reich Minister of Armaments sends thanks for reviews likely of his first book, Inside the Third Reich, 3-24-1971, unframed

Stewart, Potter - extra fine early Supreme Court card, signed in blue fountain pen, unframed

Stone, Harlan Fiske - virtually pristine signed Supreme Court card, unframed

Sutherland, George - bold sentiment and signature from the closing of a letter by Sutherland, who led the conservative opposition to the New Deal, unframed

 

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Taft, William Howard - boldly signed The White House card, unframed

Tibbets, Paul W. - signed photograph of the pilot of the Enola Gay standing before the plane that dropped the world’s first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan, unframed

Truman, Bess - excellent condition autograph letter signed to New York Post columnist Leonard Lyons, with original autograph envelope, unframed

Truman, Bess - very fine condition autograph letter signed, as First Lady, sending thanks for a gift, 9-17-1949, unframed

Truman, Harry S. - 1959 letter with Truman’s classic signature in a stunning framed display

Truman, Harry S. - President Truman awards the Legion of Merit to a British signal officer for his work with communications for the important Yalta Conference among Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin in February 1945, unframed

Truman, Harry S. - extremely rare signed reproduction of the Chicago Daily Tribune’s 1948 election night front page boldly declaring dewey defeats truman, framed

Truman, Harry S. - excellent content typed White House letter signed commemorating the anniversary of the Civil Service Act and presaging Truman’s controversial loyalty program, 1-4-1947, unframed

Truman, Harry S. - rare set of three vintage matching The White House cards signed by Harry S. Truman, Bess W. Truman, and Margaret Truman, unframed

Truman, Harry S. - excellent 11” x 13½” formal portrait inscribed and signed to a relative, almost certainly as President, unframed

Truman, Harry S. - first edition, first printing copy of Mr. President with uncommon inscription and signature to one of Truman’s relatives

Twain, Mark - Samuel L. Clemens - bold dual signatures, Saml L. Clemens / Mark Twain, on a card, perfect for framing

Tyler, John - rare land document in which Tyler approves the transfer of land from a member of the Creek Indian tribe, 9-21-1841, unframed

 

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Van Devanter, Willis - official Supreme Court certification by Justice Van Devanter attesting to the genuineness of the clerk’s signature on a document, 6-9-1933, unframed

Van Devanter, Willis - autograph note on his personal calling card asking the Supreme Court marshal to seat ladies in the courtroom, unframed

Veeck, Bill - typed letter signed on stationery of the St. Louis Browns 6-17-1952

Vinson, Fred M. - typed letter signed 4-29-1949, with original envelope, unframed

Vinson, Fred M. - typed letter signed by the Chief Justice thanking Justice Tom C. Clark for a “novel” birthday gift, 1-27-1950, unframed

Vinson, Fred M. - typed letter signed by the Chief Justice to Justice and Mrs. Tom C. Clark, thanking them for a Christmas gift, 1-4-1950, unframed

King Vittorio Emanuele III and Benito Mussolini - clean, displayable vintage document, apparently a military promotion, boldly signed by both Mussolini and the King, 12-9-1926, unframed

von Braun, Wernher, and Emil Hillebrand - von Braun’s book The Mars Project inscribed and signed by von Braun to Hillebrand, a member of his rocket development team, with eight pages of handwritten calculations by Hillebrand

von Schuschnigg, Kurt - scarce signed postcard photograph of the Austrian chancellor who opposed Hitler’s takeover of Austria, unframed

 

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Wallace, George - exceptional typed letter signed in which the defiant segregationist Governor emphasizes his absolute opposition to the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 4-24-1964, unframed

Washington, Booker T. - typed letter signed to Dr. J. L. M. Curry, agent for the Slater Fund, which promoted African-American education in the post-Civil War South, expressing his “love for you and faith in you,” 11-12-1901, unframed

Westmoreland, William C. - outstanding signed 8“ x 10” formal color bust portrait of General Westmoreland, in his four-star uniform, unframed

White, Byron R. - formal portrait photograph inscribed and signed to a Supreme Court police officer, matted

White, Edward D. - scarce autograph letter signed, as Associate Justice, responding to a student’s request, 5-31-1895, unframed

Whittaker, Charles Evans - rare signed photograph of the Supreme Court Justice, who served but five years on the Court, unframed

Whittaker, Charles Evans - scarce typed letter signed by the former Supreme Court Justice sending a signed photo (not present), 2-17-1973, unframed

Wilder, Laura Ingalls - extremely rare, virtually pristine, first edition copy of Little Town on the Prairie with a tipped-in personalized poem handwritten and signed by Wilder to “Dear David” for Christmas 1941

Wilder, Laura Ingalls - extraordinary set of six signed Little House books that belonged to neighbors of Laura Ingalls Wilder, offered either as a set or individually

Wilder, Laura Ingalls - nice signed copy of Little House in the Big Woods, Wilder’s first book, with a huge 4” signature

Wilder, Laura Ingalls - an affordable alternative to a signed book:  a copy of Farmer Boy, with Wilder’s signature tipped in

Williams, William - extremely early autograph document by the Signer of the Declaration of Independence, signed as the town clerk of Lebanon, Connecticut, to note the recording of a deed, 2-20-1753, unframed

Wilson, Edith Bolling - autograph letter signed, mentioning difficulties of the Great Depression, the 1932 Democratic convention and Bernard Baruch 4-22-1932

Wilson, Ellen Axson - very rare, very fine condition autograph letter signed

Wilson, Woodrow - beautifully framed presidential appointment document for a District of Columbia judge, 10-16-1917

Windsor, Duke of - King Edward VIII - bold handwritten sentiment signed and dated by the former King in April 1951, when he released his memoir, A King’s Story, unframed

Wood, Leonard - very scarce handwritten letter by General Wood, who with Theodore Roosevelt formed the “Rough Riders,” referring to the yellow fever outbreak in Cuba during the Spanish-American war, 10-18-1899, unframed

Woodbury, Levi - manuscript letter signed by Woodbury, as Andrew Jackson’s Secretary of the Navy, to future Jackson nemesis Nicholas Biddle, 2-21-1833, unframed

Worden, Al - inscribed, signed portrait photograph

 

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Young, Brigham - nice brown ink signature of Young on a card, unframed

 

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