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Autographed Letter, Signed

by (Roosevelt, Theodore) in the person of Frank Harper

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Used - Very good
Published
1912
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Wilmington, Vermont, USA
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New York, 1912. Very good. (Roosevelt, Theodore) in the person of Frank Harper. Autographed Letter, Signed. The Outlook, New York, March 19, 1912. Two pages on Outlook stationery to a Mrs. James Edward Leach of Andover Mass. Harper relates that TR will not give his permission for an unnamed project that the Patent Office says needs TR's release.… Read more
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An Autographed Letter, Signed

by (Theodore Roosevelt) ???, Arthur

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Used - Very good
Published
1901
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Wilmington, Vermont, USA
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White River Colorado, 1901. Very good. Four pages on plain lined writing paper, measuring apprx. 8" x 10". The letter is written to the his mother. We know the following; he is a school teacher, or as he states it "a pedagogue", he is a hunter, he had a cousin, a Major Hersey, that served as a "Rough… Read more
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Autographed Letter Signed

by (CIVIL WAR: WISCONSIN)

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Used - very good
Published
1864
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Unbound
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New York, New York, USA
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Springfield, 1864. unbound. very good. Interesting Home-Front A.L.S. 4to. 2 pages, Springfield, Illinois, September 7th 1864, concerning happenings in and around Wisconsin. In part: "I am glad to hear of your recovery from your wounds. Where did your father leave you when he went to Nashville after you? Mr. Hill says he left you part way… Read more
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Autographed Letter Signed

by [DUTTON, William T.]

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Used - Near Fine
Published
1843
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Unbound
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Gloucester City, New Jersey, USA
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Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1843. Unbound. Near Fine. One page letter. Single sheet, measuring 14.75" x 8.75". Folded several times for mailing, with a few tiny tears at the folds, near fine. A letter of nearly 2500 words sent to West Point Cadet William Thompson Dutton, later a Civil War colonel, by his cousin Mary. The long letter is in… Read more
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Autographed Letter Signed

by (MEXICAN WAR)

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Used
Published
1846
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Unbound
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New York, New York, USA
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Nunda, NY, 1846. unbound. 4 pages (front and back) each measuring 9.75 x 7.75 inches, Nunda (NY), September 11, no year, circa 1846. The writer of this letter refers to the events leading up to the Mexican War, which was precipitated by actions of President Polk, in part: "George M. Dallas played Judas; and James K. Polk is a… Read more
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Autographed Letter Signed

by (PATRONAGE POLITICS IN VERMONT IN 1840)

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Used
Published
1840
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Unbound
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New York, New York, USA
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Burlington, Vermont, 1840. unbound. 1 page, 10 x 8 inches, Burlington, Vermont, December 7, 1840. Written by Harry Bradley to Dr. Fairbanks, with the hopes that he will be appointed to the post of Collector, since William Henry Harrison has captured the Presidency: "...General Harrison will make thorough work in the Custom Department here and in that case I… Read more
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Autographed Letter Signed

by (ECONOMIC UNREST IN FRANCE IN 1925)

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Used - very good
Published
1925
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Unbound
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New York, New York, USA
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Paris, 1925. unbound. very good. Interesting A.L.S. by an unnamed American Financier vacationing France, providing his observations of the French economic situation in post-war Europe. 8vo. 4 pages, Boulevard Raspail, Paris, France, Dec. 17th 1925, in part: "The French Franc is now 27.50 to a dollar, which is about 3 4/10 cents each. The French people are beginning… Read more
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