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  • 10749
    Price: $150.00
    James Garfield
    "Funeral March In Memory of James A. Garfield", by Theodore H. Klein
    SOLD for $150.00
  • 10768
    Price: $150.00
    James Garfield
    President Garfield's Funeral March composed by L. Hewitt
    SOLD for $150.00
  • 10895
    Price: $260.00
    Alexander Ramsey
    War Department letter to the Attorney General reporting that next to nothing is known "relative to the surrender or capture of Andersonville Prison premises and buildings...
  • 11145
    Price: $750.00
    James Garfield
    Secretarial letter sent to Lorenzo Thomas, Adjutant General in the midst of the Civil War, accepting his promotion to Brigadier General on behalf of James Garfield.
  • 11314
    Price: $5,250.00
    Woodrow Wilson
    Fabulous war content Woodrow Wilson TLS on White House stationery: "...the people do very distinctly comprehend what the war is about...".
  • 14928
    Price: $300.00
     Paleontology/Anthropology
    Five letters written by noted paleontologist Alpheus Hyatt and other notables in the field.
  • 17254
    Price: $550.00
    Archibald Robertson
    An autograph document signed "Archibald Robertson"
  • 20476
    Price: $1,500.00
     Revolutionary War
    A Revolutionary War archive concerning a soldier in the First Troop of Col. Sheldon's famous Light Horse Dragoons.
  • 20543
    Price: $2,500.00
    Richard Peters
    An interesting Richard Peters' archive consisting of two mid-eighteenth century Peters' pieces, and one 1808 piece from his nephew, also named Richard Peters.
  • 20640
    Price: $1,500.00
     Civil War
    A fine archive highlighting the changing role of African-Americans in 19th Century Society
  • 22437
    Price: $2,500.00
    Millard Fillmore
    A sepia-toned Brady carte-de-visite signed "Mrs. Millard Fillmore" by Fillmore on the verso.
  • 23066
    Price: $2,200.00
    Harry Truman
    Rare Harry Truman free frank cancelled with his World War I division reunion cancel.
  • 23124
    Price: $1,500.00
    George H. W. Bush
    Unusual fully signed ALS of George Bush on official Vice President of the United States stationery.
  • 23346
    Price: $750.00
     Revolutionary War
    Important Revolutionary War Document with 14 signatures!
  • 24741
    Price: $3,000.00
    James Randall
    James Randall ALS Concerning His Famous Song, "Maryland, My Maryland"
  • 24919
    Price: $1,500.00
    Fulgencio Batista
    Fulgencio Batista Signs a Rare Document; an Award in the Name of Jose Marti
  • 24998
    Price: $35,000.00
    Bill Clinton
    The most explosive Presidential scandal archive in private hands: Monica gets one lover, Bill Clinton, to send another lover a letter on White House stationery. This and many letters of Monica as well as relics were Starr exhibits that were used to impeach President Clinton.
  • 30187
    Price: $129,000.00
    Frank Wright
    An incredible find, the original 12 blueprints for the most important architectural marvel in history - Falling Water by Frank Lloyd Wright.
  • 30264
    Price: $20,000.00
     Colonial Plymouth
    A highly important and rarely seen group of fourteen 17th Century documents from Plymouth (Plimouth) Massachusetts. The growth of the New World!
  • 30306
    Price: $1,900.00
    Louis Mayer
    A collection of 6 movie related documents on Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer letterhead, signed by Louis B. Mayer.
  • 30307
    Price: $1,900.00
    William Pitt []
    William Pitt is presented with an impt 5-page 1791 document on British trade
  • 30889
    Price: $2,000.00
    Harry Truman
    A fabulous archive of two Harry Truman TLS's and related correspondence: "...how very untrustworthy Republicans are."
  • 31063
    Price: $2,900.00
     Russian Purges
    Nearly 300 pages of documentation with numerous official signatories: The Russian Communist Purges!
  • 32548
    Price: $1,500.00
    Theodore Roosevelt
    Terrific nine-page Teddy Roosevelt typescript "The Harvester Trust".
  • 32694
    Price: $2,750.00
    Jonathan Trumbull
    Jonathan Trumbull while Secretary and first aide to George Washington writes " . . . I wish Capt. Barney's account was more explicit respecting a general peace. I fear much least we shall be obliged to have another campaign. A vessel is arrived at Boston which left Amsterdam about January 25th. We have nothing particular from her but that the negotiations were going on when she left."

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