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Curtis, Charles
CHARLES CURTIS. An original 7 ½ x 11 Harris & Ewing photograph of the Vice-President of the United States under Herbert Hoover, signed and inscribed with autograph greetings. [ref:6051]
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Divine, Father
FATHER DIVINE. An exceptionally pompous typed letter signed Rev. M.J. Divine, Ms.D., March 25, 1948, on highly informative stationery, by the charismatic African American religious/cult leader, who claimed God-hood and practiced the power of positive thinking. A brief quote from a verbose letter: "I AM writing to acknowledge receipt of your letter…I do not as a rule conform to the policy of men in signing autographs, for the Supreme Work of MY Mission is dedicated to changing the hearts and minds of the children of men…in every ATOM, fibre and cell of MY BODILY FORM." 1 page, 4to. [ref:5571]
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Doolittle, General J. H
A British 6 ½ X 4 ½ cacheted envelope honoring the 25th Anniversary of VE-Day. Signed by the American aviation pioneer and general during World War II. Postmarked British Forces Postal Service, May 8, 1970. [ref:3100]
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DuBois, W.E.B
The World and Africa. An ex-library edition signed on the half-title page by the great African-American author and Civil Rights leader. Original boards, 8vo. Index. N.Y., 1947. [ref:2953]
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DuBois, W.E.B.
SIGNED EDITION. W.E.B. DuBOIS. THE WORLD AND AFRICA. An ex-library edition, signed on the half-title page by the great African-American author and Civil Rights leader. Original boards, 8vo. Index. New York, 1947. [ref:5488]
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DUVALL, GABRIEL
[SUPREME COURT]. GABRIEL DUVALL A manuscript letter boldly signed G. Duvall, Washington, April 25, 1810, as first Comptroller of the U.S. Treasury but soon to be a U.S. Supreme Court jurist from Maryland. To William Jones and Joseph Clay of Philadelphia, "Your letter of the 2nd to the Secretary of the Treasury, is referred to me." "The case of Byerly and North has been decided, after mature consideration, by the Secretary and Comptroller, and their opinion communicated in a letter bearing the date the 24 ultimo. From that opinion they cannot recede the language of the law it is too positive to admit for a duration. There is no reason to doubt the rectitude of their conduct. Their case is certainly hard, but relief can be granted by the Legislature only." Integral address leaf bearing a free frank of Duvall attached. William Jones was a Congressman from Pennsylvania and became the 4th U.S. Secretary of the Navy. Joseph Clay was also a Congressman from Pennsylvania. [ref:6901]
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EARLY, JUBAL
[CONFEDERACY]. JUBAL EARLY An autograph letter signed J.A. Early, Lynchburg, Virginia, July 21, 1879, as vice-president of the Southern Historical Society. To John Letcher who was Governor of Virginia during the Civil War. "A Convention has been called of the Southern Historical Society that will assemble at the [?] White Sulpher Springs on the 14th of August next." "As Vice President of the Society for this state I have been requested to appoint delegates to the said convention." "At first I was limited to six delegates, but have lately received authority to appoint as many as I thought proper." "As Governor of the State for the first three years of the War you had some little to do with making the history and perhaps now you can throw some light upon how it may written." "I have therefore appointed you as one of the delegates from Virginia." "I hope you may find it convenient to attend." 2 pages, 8vo John Letcher was elected as Governor of Virginia in 1859 and served from 1860-1864. He discouraged secession, but was active in sustaining the ordinance passed by Virginia on April 17, 1861. Jubal Early was a Confederal general in the Civil War. He served under Stonewall Jackson and then Robert E. Lee for almost the entire war, rising from regimental command to Lieutenant General and the command of an infantry corps in the Army of Northern Virginia. The articles written by him for the Southern Historical Society in the 1870s established the Lost Cause point of view as a long-lasting literary and cultural phenomenon. [ref:5911]
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Eisenhower, Mamie Doud
MAMIE DOUD EISENHOWER. A commercial Birthday card with a printed greeting, inscribed, signed and date May 28, 1973, by the former First Lady. 4 pages, 8vo. With the original transmittal envelope bearing a printed Free Frank of Mrs. Eisenhower. The two: [ref:5348]
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ELIOT, CHARLES
An autograph letter signed on Charles Eliot, Landscape Architect, Boston, May 11, 1892, by the son of Harvard President Charles William Eliot, associate in the firm of Frederick Law Olmsted and a primary proponent of common lands for preservation. "Unless I hear from you to the contrary I will take the 9 a.m. train for Lowell...Perhaps I can be of some assistance...Can you drive me out to the ground?" 1 page, 8vo. [ref:2870]
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Eliot, Charles
Charles Eliot. An autograph letter signed on Charles Eliot, Landscape Architect stationery, Boston, May 11, 1892, by the son of Harvard President Charles William Eliot; he was an associate in the firm of Central Park designer Frederick Law Olmsted and a major proponent of common lands for preservation. "Unless I hear from you to the contrary I will take the 9 a.m. train for Lowell…Perhaps I can be of some assistance. Can you drive me out to the ground?" 1 page, 8vo. [ref:5668]
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