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Partly-Printed Autograph Document Signed

by DALZELL, John (1845-1927).

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Known as the "Father of the House of Representatives" for his lengthy (13 terms) service, this Pennsylvania representative served from 1887 to 1913. Partly-printed ADS, 1p, 3½" X 8½", n.p. [Washington, DC], n.d. [1895 September 25 inkstamped]. Near fine. Partly-printed Bureau of Pensions form for Congressional use. Dalzell pens in Loveina M. Kunkle of Pittsburgh as the claimant for soldier Jacob L. Kunkle of Company "I," 11th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, and requests to be advised on "present status claim," signing boldly. A private named Jacob L. Kunkle (1843-63) is known to have enrolled at Kittanning, Pennsylvania in 1862 and died of "Congestion of the Brain" in Virginia in 1862; Loveina was obviously next of kin, though her relationship is unclear, and presumably petitioned her congressman to find out if she could receive any pension because of this relationship. It's not believed Jacob Kunkle was married, so perhaps she was… Read More
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Partly-Printed Autograph Document Signed

by MacVEAGH, Franklin (1837-1934)

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This noted banker had long served as director of the Commercial National Bank of Chicago when President Taft asked him to serve as 43rd Secretary of the Treasury in 1909, a position he filled until 1913, instituting many reforms. Partly-printed ADS, 1p, 6½" X 2½", Boston, MA, 1898 September 14. Very good. Two ¼" cancellation punches (not affecting handwritten portions) and small paper chip. Pale pink check drawn on The Atlas National Bank, filled out entirely in MacVeagh's hand to "Mesr S. Tenney & Son" in the amount of $116.64 and signed in full. Attractive example.
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Partly-Printed Document Signed

by (REVOLUTIONARY WAR -- STATE OF CONNECTICUT.)

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Partly-printed DS, 1p, 6½" X 4", n.p., 1782 June 1. Very good. Printed pay order, signed in type by treasurer John Lawrence, ordering payment of five shillings to Ralph Pomeroy. Signed by two state officials. Dockets on verso.
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Partly-printed Autograph Document Signed

Partly-printed Autograph Document Signed

by CRAIG, Charles F. (1872-1950)

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This U.S. army physician served on the U.S. Army Board for Study of Tropical Diseases in Manila; malaria was a serious concern at the time, ravaging U.S. troops during the Spanish-American War; Craig's advancements in the field include writings such as The Aestivo-Autumnal Malarial Fevers (1901) and The Malarial Fevers (1909). Partly-printed ADS, 1p, 6½" X 2 3/4", Washington, DC, 1922 July 22. Very good. Check drawn on The Riggs National Bank, written out entirely in Craig's hand to "Cash" in the amount of $25, boldly signed. Cancellation perforations and stamps do not touch upon signature. Nice engraving of bank entrance at left.
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Partly-Printed Document Signed

by (DECLARATION OF INTENTION / ALLEN, Leo E., 1898-1973)

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This long-term Republican representative from U.S. Grant's adoptive hometown of Galena, Illinois, served this district in Northwestern Illinois for fourteen terms (1933-61). Partly-printed DS, 1p, 8½" X 11", Jo Daviess County, IL, 1926 October 15. Very good. Faint age toning. "Declaration of Intention" document issued by the U.S. Department of Labor Naturalization Service for one Andrew Boeckl, a 24-year-old marble worker from Bavaria, Germany, who had arrived in New York in 1924. Most interesting is the printed text noting that "It is my bona fide intention to renounce forever all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty, and particularly to The German Reich" (these last three words inked in) -- but better yet is the following printed text: "I am not an anarchist; I am not a polygamist nor a believer in the practice of polygamy...." Entirely filled out in Allen's attractive hand in black ink, and at lower right, as clerk of the circuit court, he signs boldly. A… Read More
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by DOUGLAS, Helen Gahagan (1900-80)

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This versatile actress was married to film heartthrob Melvyn Douglas and was also a successful Congresswoman, diplomat and author. Partly-printed DS, 1p, 7¼" X 10½", Washington, DC, 1945 May 2. Very good. Minor wear, bit of soiling and couple of acid spots from editorial staples. "Who's Who in America" updating form, consisting of Douglas' typed biographical entry for the 1946-47 edition, bearing several additions in her hand and her full signature in black ink at the close. Also bearing various editors' markings in green, blue and red ink and pencil. Comes with 5 other related typed documents, none signed, from Douglas' "Who's Who" records -- a carbon of the above document, a 2-page mimeographed chronology no doubt sent by Douglas' congressional office, a biographical data form, and so on. A fascinating and unusual, accompanied by a scarce original 1947 glossy 6½" X 8½" news agency photograph of Douglas carrying a basket of groceries to the House of Representatives.
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Partly-Printed Document Signed

by JONES, Horatio Gates, Jr. (1822-93)

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The son of noted Baptist minister Rev. Horatio G. Gates (1777-1853) was a Pennsylvania attorney and state senator known as an advocate of religious liberty; an antiquarian at heart, he long served as foreign corresponding secretary of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Partly-printed DS, 1p, 7 3/4" X 9 3/4", Philadelphia, PA, 1852 November 8. Very good. Strong original folds (not weakened); mounting traces on verso. Attractive partly-printed document with large circular seal of this organization at top. Notifies Major G.H. Crossman that at the organization's November 8th meeting he was named an honorary member. Blank portions filled in by Jones in brown ink with his bold, interesting script. Large bold signature at the close.
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by WILSON, Charles E. (1890-1961)

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Eisenhower's secretary of defense (1953-57) had unusual qualifications: he served as president of General Motors (1941-53). Partly-printed DS (pencilled initials), 1p, 7¼" X 10½", n.p., n.d. [1939 June 12]. Near fine. Updating form sent out by "Who's Who in America" for their 1940-41 edition, printed on light orange stock, with Wilson's clipped entry from the previous edition tipped to the central blank portion. Wilson approves this mini-biography with a bold "OK / C.E.W." This item comes with a fine 7" X 9" glossy news agency photograph of 1953 depicting Wilson addressing newsreel cameras outside the Senate Office Building. His nomination to the cabinet was recommended -- after he agreed to sell off all of his GM stock!
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Partly-Printed Autograph Document Signed

Partly-Printed Autograph Document Signed

by CLEMENS, Cyril (1902-99)

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This self-styled "nephew" of Mark Twain was actually his third cousin, twice removed, but nevertheless made a career of editing and publishing sentimental, scholarly questionable works about Samuel Clemens such as "Gold Rush Days with Mark Twain" (1930), "Mark Twain and Mussolini" (1934), "My Cousin Mark Twain" (1939) and "Young Sam Clemens" (1942), along with editing the "Mark Twain Quarterly" upon its establishment in 1936 and founding the International Mark Twain Society. Partly-Printed ADS, 1p, 6¼" X 2 3/4", Kirkwood, Missouri, 1967 January 15. Check drawn on the First Security Bank in Kirkwood on pale blue stock, filled out and signed entirely in Clemens' large, bold hand in black fineline, made out to John Dos Passos in the amount of five dollars. Usual red inkstamped cancellation. Near fine. DOS PASSOS (1896-1970) was the prolific American novelist best known for his "U.S.A." trilogy. He boldly endorses… Read More
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Partly-Printed Autograph Document Signed

by GREY, Zane (1872-1939)

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No one wrote more potboiling Westerns than this Ohio dentist turned novelist, whose sales topped 13 million copies within his lifetime; "Riders of the Purple Sage" (1912) typifies his fiction at its best. Partly-printed ADS, 1p, 6¼" X 2½", Altadena, CA, 1928 April 23. Near fine. Pale green bank check from the Pacific-Southwest Trust & Savings Bank, filled out entirely in Grey's hand to C.C. Markham for fifty dollars and boldly signed in his characteristic ink as purple as his prose. Normal cancellation perforations, not affecting signature. An attractive example.
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Partly-printed Typed Document Signed

by AMECHE, Don (1908-93)

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This amiable American leading man of the late 1930s (best known for "The Story of Alexander Graham Bell") appeared in dozens of films well into the 1990s; he became more popular than ever late in life, appearing in "Trading Places" (1983) and winning an Oscar for the 1985 film "Cocoon." Partly-printed TDS, 1p, 9¼" X 3", Hollywood, CA, 1936 August 8. Near fine. Pale orange check drawn on the California Bank, typed out to "CASH" in the amount of $150.00 and boldly signed in black ink by Ameche. Normal bank perforation cancellations (not touching signature). An attractive piece from quite early in Ameche's career -- his film debut had only occurred the previous year. It wasn't until 1939 that his most famous role as Alexander Graham Bell would make him a household name -- and actually make the name "ameche" synonymous with the telephone, as in "You're wanted on the ameche!" Accompanied by an 8½" X… Read More
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Recording the marriage of William M. Hatten and Saleta Evans, a partly printed document, completed in manuscript and signed by S.S. Davis, 30 December 1861 as Clerk of Court for Harrison County, Mississippi

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Handbill, 6 5/8 x 7 7/8 inches, printed on blue paper, further docketed and signed by W.T. Bond, 7 January 1862, as having performed the marriage ceremony as a member of the Baptist Church. Folded; a little browned, but very good.
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Certificate of eligibility for United Daughters of the Confederacy's Southern Cross of Honor, a partly printed document, completed in manuscript and signed by J.D. Barrett, 21 April 1903, affirming that he served as a private in Co. J., 59th Alabama Infantry, 1862-1865

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Broadside, 11 x 8 1/2 inches, on green paper, countersigned by W.H. Browder as Commander Camp No. 94, United Confederate Veterans. Folded. Very good.
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Partly-printed Autograph Document Signed

Partly-printed Autograph Document Signed

by URIE, J.F. (?-?)

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As a naval commander, this physician was severely injured in 1904 when a turret exploded abour the "Missouri," in which many others were killed and wounded -- but for the next 36 hours he tended the injured, until collapsing himself with a punctured lung; he also served as one of Theodore Roosevelt's personal physicians, and was awarded a Congressional Medal of Honor for services rendered in the Spanish-American War. Partly-printed ADS, 1p, 7½" X 3", Washington, DC, 1903 October 3. Near fine. Check drawn on The Riggs National Bank, filled out entirely in Urie's hand to the Chevy Chase Club for $48.50. Bank vignette at left and usual cancellation markings, not affecting signature.
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by PLUNKETT, Charles P. (1864-1931)

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Rear admiral to whom the U.S. Navy entrusted its transatlantic flight operation of May-June 1919. Partly-printed ADS, 1p, 7 3/4" X 3", Washington, DC, 1905 July 10. Near fine. Check drawn on the Riggs National Bank, made out to himself in the amount of forty dollars. Handsome bank vignette at left; usual cancellation holes, not affecting signature. Endorsed again on the verso, thus signed a total of three times.
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Partly printed Document Signed as Governor

by GROUT, Josiah (1841 - 1925)

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Windham County, VT, 1896. unbound. 2 pages (front and back), 14 x 8.5 inches, Windham County, Vermont, November 3, 1896, certifying that David L. Mansfield, having been elected a Justice of the Peace, shall take the oath and carry out his duties. Several small creases, but still in near fine condition with the gold seal still affixed.<br/><br/> 46th Governor of Vermont, serving from 1896 through 1898.<br/><br/>
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by PECK, Asahel (1803 - 1879)

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Montpelier, VT, 1874. unbound. 2 pages, 8.5 x 14 inches, Montpelier, Vermont, November 30, 1874, certifying that John H. Mattison was elected a Justice of the Peace, to serve a two-year term commencing on December 1, 1874. Boldly signed and in very good condition.<br/><br/> 35th Governor of Vermont serving from 1874 through 1876.<br/><br/>
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Partly-Printed Autograph Document Signed

Partly-Printed Autograph Document Signed

by SZYK, Arthur (1894-1951)

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This Polish-Jewish artist, illustrator and cartoonist fled Hitler's persecution but enjoyed skewering him in his 1941 book "The New Order"; a superb miniaturist and manuscript illuminator, his prints and book illustrations often bear a resemblance to stained glass windows and medieval illuminated manuscript leaves. Partly-Printed ADS, 1p, 6¼" X 2 3/4", New Canaan, CT, 20 November 1948. Near fine. Bank check drawn on The First National Bank & Trust Co., made out in Szyk's handsome printing to "Cash" in the amount of $27.00 and handsomely signed at lower right. On the verso he signs a second time. Usual bank cancellation perforations, not touching signature. A lovely twice-signed example dated just six months after Szyk attained American citizenship.
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Partly-Printed Autograph Document Signed

by (ROOSEVELT, Theodore.) MOORE, Dan Tyler (1877-1941)

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This lieutenant colonel served as an aide to Roosevelt during his first term, and used to partake in friendly sparring bouts with the president; unknown to him at the time, one of their matches in 1905 caused blindness in one of Roosevelt's eyes; not until October 1917, when Moore commanded the 310th Field Artillery at Camp Meade, Maryland, did he learn what had happened. He replied: "But could you ask for any better proof of the man's sportsmanship than the fact that he never told me what I had done to him, never told anybody else that I know of -- at least, it never got around to me till I saw in the papers the other day that he had said that he lost the sight of his eye while boxing with a captain of artillery who was his aide. He didn't name anybody then, but I knew that he must have meant me, for I happen to have been the only boxing aide he had who was in the artillery." Partly-Printed ADS, 1p, 7½" X 3", Washington, DC, 1917 May 24. Near fine. Usual perforated cancellation. Bank vignette at… Read More
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Partly-Printed Autograph Document Signed

by COUSINS, Ralph B. (1891-1964)

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It is for developing the radio beam that this U.S. Army officer gained aviation immortality; during his long career he commanded Clark Field Fort Stotsenburg and the Santa Ana Western Flying Training Command. Partly-printed ADS, 1p, 7 3/4" X 3", Washington, DC, 1920 December 4. Very good. Several minor smudges. Check made out to the Army & Navy Club in the amount of $49.47, drawn on the Riggs National Bank. Usual cancellation perforations, not affecting signature. Bank vignette at left.
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