165 x 110 mm. (6½ x 4 in.) including mount, half-length portrait signed on the lower margin, inscribed and signed on verso -- WILLIAM H. TAFT, President. Typed letter signed as Sec. of War, to Gov. Henry A. Butcher, Washington, D.C., 24 February 1908, 1 page, 8vo, War Dept. stationery, sending information requested -- BENJAMIN HARRISON, President. Typed letter signed to Henry C. Bowen, Indianapolis, 23 May 1886, 1 page, 4to, spotted, worn, regarding Harrison's address on 4 July 1886 -- FITZ JOHN PORTER, General, Union Army. Autograph letter signed as NYC Police Commissioner, to George A. Jones, New York, 1 July 1886. 1 page, 8vo, declining to make an address on "war subjects" (he had been dismissed and cashiered) -- PHILIP KEARNEY, General, Union Army. Autograph letter signed to Louise Wattson, New York, November 1830, 1½ pages, 4to, defects, as a Columbia University freshman, describing college life as "pleasant beyond description" -- A.E. BURNSIDE, General, Union Army. Autograph letter signed to Helen Holyoke, New York, 23 May 1871, 1 page, 8vo, mounted -- BURNSIDE. Cut signature, n.p., n.d., a small oblong -- HENRY WARD BEECHER, Clergyman and abolitonist. Autograph letter signed to "Insatiate Man," Brooklyn, 16 February 1853, 3 pages, 4to, one tiny separation,, regarding his anti-slavery speaking tour (the year of after his sister's Uncle Tom's Cabin) -- BEECHER. Autograph note signed to Dr. Leavett, n.p., n.d. 1 page, 24mo, 3 tiny perforations to one corner (not affecting text), asking him to meet with an apparent friend -- GEORGE BANCROFT. Two autograph letters signed, 1847 and 1868, together 3 pages, 4to, social content -- [With:] Two printed programs for the Whig Mayoral and Mass. Republican rallies. Together 13 items. (13) " /> [AMERICANA]. SHERMAN, WILLIAM TECUMSEH, <I>General</I>. Photograph inscribed and signed as General, to "Father Murphy," Washington, D.C., 9 December 1879, <I>165 x 110 mm. (6½ x 4 in.) including mount,</I> half-length portrait signed on the lower margin, inscribed and signed on verso -- WILLIAM H. TAFT, <I>President</I>. Typed letter signed as Sec. of War, to Gov. Henry A. Butcher, Washington, D.C., 24 February 1908, <I>1 page, 8vo, War Dept. stationery</I>, sending information requested -- BENJAMIN HARRISON, <I>President</I>. Typed letter signed to Henry C. Bowen, Indianapolis, 23 May 1886, <I>1 page, 4to, spotted, worn</I>, regarding Harrison's address on 4 July 1886 -- FITZ JOHN PORTER, <I>General, Union Army</I>. Autograph letter signed as NYC Police Commissioner, to George A. Jones, New York, 1 July 1886. <I>1 page, 8vo</I>, declining to make an address on "war subjects" (he had been dismissed and cashiered) -- PHILIP KEARNEY, <I>General, Union Army.</I> Autograph letter signed to Louise Wattson, New York, November 1830, <I>1½ pages, 4to, defects,</I> as a Columbia University freshman, describing college life as "pleasant beyond description" -- A.E. BURNSIDE, <I>General, Union Army</I>. Autograph letter signed to Helen Holyoke, New York, 23 May 1871, <I>1 page, 8vo, mounted</I> -- BURNSIDE. Cut signature, n.p., n.d., <I>a small oblong</I> -- HENRY WARD BEECHER, <I>Clergyman and abolitonist</I>. Autograph letter signed to "Insatiate Man," Brooklyn, 16 February 1853, <I>3 pages, 4to, one tiny separation,</I>, regarding his anti-slavery speaking tour (the year of after his sister's <I>Uncle Tom's Cabin)</I> -- BEECHER. Autograph note signed to Dr. Leavett, n.p., n.d. <I>1 page, 24mo, 3 tiny perforations to one corner (not affecting text)</I>, asking him to meet with an apparent friend -- GEORGE BANCROFT. Two autograph letters signed, 1847 and 1868, </I>together 3 pages, 4to,</I> social content -- [<I>With</I>:] Two printed programs for the Whig Mayoral and Mass. Republican rallies. <I>Together 13 items</I>. (13) | Christie's