1 full page, 8vo, Executive Mansion stationery, inviting the General and his wife to visit "...now or anytime before you return to S[an] F[rancisco]..." -- GROVER CLEVELAND. Autograph letter signed as President, to Fred Speck, Washington, D.C., 13 May 1896, 1 page, 8vo, Executive Mansion stationery, original envelope, forwarding $34.00 for two fishing rods and repairing old one. I supose I am now very well equipped..."; CLEVELAND. Autograph letter signed as President, to Mrs. Bayard, Washington, D.C., 30 November 1886, 1 page, 8vo, agreeing to interview "your friend as [you] proposed..." -- BENJAMIN HARRISON. Autograph letter signed as President, to Mr. Wanamaker, Washington, D.C., 28 October 1889, 1 page, 8vo, asking him to "bring up Huntington..." -- [With:] THOMAS W. FERRY. Autograph letter signed as a Michigan Representative, to B.R. Stoddard, Grand Haven, 11 May 1867, 1 page, 8vo, pictorial Congressional letterhead, and signature card, Grand Haven, n.d., 1 page, a large notecard. Together 7 items. (7) " /> [PRESIDENTS]. JOHNSON, ANDREW. Autograph note signed as President, to the Secretary of the Treasury Hugh McCullough, [Washington, D.C.], n.d., <I>2 pages, on both sides of a small oblong card, in pencil</I>, urging McCullough to "give an interview and hear [Colonel Wooly's]...statement..." -- RUTHERFORD B. HAYES. Autograph letter signed as President, to General Irwin McDowell (Union officer), Washington, D.C., 7 November 1880, <I>1 full page, 8vo, Executive Mansion stationery</I>, inviting the General and his wife to visit "...<I>now</I> or <I>anytime</I> before you return to S[an] F[rancisco]..." -- GROVER CLEVELAND. Autograph letter signed as President, to Fred Speck, Washington, D.C., 13 May 1896, <I>1 page, 8vo, Executive Mansion stationery, original envelope</I>, forwarding $34.00 for two fishing rods and repairing old one. I supose I am now very well equipped..."; CLEVELAND. Autograph letter signed as President, to Mrs. Bayard, Washington, D.C., 30 November 1886, <I>1 page, 8vo,</I> agreeing to interview "your friend as [you] proposed..." -- BENJAMIN HARRISON. Autograph letter signed as President, to Mr. Wanamaker, Washington, D.C., 28 October 1889, <I>1 page, 8vo</I>, asking him to "bring up Huntington..." -- [<I>With</I>:] THOMAS W. FERRY. Autograph letter signed as a Michigan Representative, to B.R. Stoddard, Grand Haven, 11 May 1867, <I>1 page, 8vo, pictorial Congressional letterhead</I>, and signature card, Grand Haven, n.d., <I>1 page, a large notecard</I>. <I>Together 7 items</I>. (7) | Christie's