Lot 10: Autograph album with over 250 autographs: Theodore Roosevelt, William McKinley, Mark Twain,John A. Dix and much More!



2020-01-17 10:55:15

Lot 10

Autograph album with over 250 autographs from the late 1700's to the early 1900's. Many autographs,letters and photos of remarkable men through history. Includes Presidents William McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, Letters from relatives of Washington including Brigadier General William Washington signature and partial signed document, Catherine Washington, Ann Eliza Washington. A piece of fabric from Abraham Lincolns Funeral Car. A letter From George Washington Carver, even a letter from the king's representative John Ayscough at Fort George in 1751 to The Royal Governor George Clinton. There are also signatures from Civil War and Spanish American War Generals like John A. Dix, Benjamin Butler, Admiral George Dewey. A very large amount of Senator and Representative signatures from the 1880's-1910, including William Clark Montana who's fortune bought him a seat in the Senate. this directly lead to the formation of the17th Amendment. Senator William B Allison (Iowa), John P. Jones (Nevada), Matthew Quay (Pennsylvania), Chauncey Depew (New York), John Kean (New Jersey), Boies Penrose (Pennsylvania), Senator and former Grand dragon of the KKK Edmund Pettus (Alabama), Thomas Platt (New York Senate and House of Representative passes, Memorandums, ; Telegrams from the late 1800's to 1910. Pieces of an 1898 Navy Battleship Flag, Cabinet Member signatures from 1890's-1910. Many distinguished authors the early to late 1800's-Mark Twain, Charles Dudley Warner, Charles Moore, Samuel Rogers, Joseph Dennie, Collection of late 18th century and early 19th century signatures, Stephen G. Austin Signature from 1818. This is a treasure trove early political items and signatures. Early Signatures from Chinese representatives and much more

Estimate: $4000-$5000

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