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[PRESIDENTS]. ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Autograph letter signed to Mr. Howells [William Dean Howells?], n.p., n.d., 1 page, oblong 8vo, on an article which he has "let go two or three hundred words beyond the 5000 limit; if so, and if you will send it back to me I will cut it down...or I will change it in any way you suggest..." -- ARTHUR, CHESTER A. Partly printed check accomplished and signed, New York, 20 July 1879, slit cancellations (no loss), 2-cent tax stamp, a check on the Nassau Bank to pay D. Schrieffer $126.08 -- MCKINLEY, WILLIAM. Partly printed check accomplished and signed, Canton, Ohio, 15 November 1880, slit cancellations (no loss), 2-cent tax stamp, a check on the Canton Bank to pay ("for church") $5.00; MCKINLEY. Typed letter signed to William Ford Upson, Canton, Ohio, 21 November 1896, 1 page, 8vo, on McKinley's personal stationery, thanking an admirer "for your congratulations and good wishes..." -- HARRISON, BENJAMIN. Letter signed as President to John W. Herron, Washington, D.C., 26 January 1892, 1 page, 4to, Executive Mansion stationery, declining an invitation to visit his alma mater, Miami University of Ohio: "I would be extremely glad to meet with you and to renew the memories of the days when our beloved University was a great educational power; but my public duties here will prevent me from having that pleasure..." -- CLEVELAND, GROVER. Autograph letter signed as President-elect, to Lawrence Wenderhall, Lakewood, New Jersey, 13 February 1893, 1 page, 8vo, stating: "I cannot recall James Letus, Jr. Mr. W.L. Bissell of Buffalo, my former partner, might remember him..." -- WILSON, WOODROW. Typed letter signed as Governor, to R.H. Tyson, [Trenton], New Jersey, 2 February 1911, 1 page, 4to, New Jersey Executive Department stationery, matching envelope present, confirming an appointment: "I find on examining my calendar that it would be possible for me to see you Thursday..." -- TRUMAN, HARRY. Typed letter signed to Rear Admiral William Brent Young, Independence, Missouri, 9 February 1959, 1 page, 4to, on Truman's personal stationery, envelope with printed signature, alluding to Democratic politics: "I have written you acknowledging receipt of the Club medal and thanking you for sending it to me. I am very glad to learn that you have put the junior Senator from Missouri in the line. I think he will make a very good president..." -- EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. Signature on a card, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 7 April 1967], 1 page, 24mo, on DDE monogrammed notepaper, envelope present -- KENNEDY, JOHN F. Signed photograph by Bacharach, 10 x 8 in., probably 1961; together 10 items. (10)

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[PRESIDENTS]. ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Autograph letter signed to Mr. Howells [William Dean Howells?], n.p., n.d., 1 page, oblong 8vo, on an article which he has "let go two or three hundred words beyond the 5000 limit; if so, and if you will send it back to me I will cut it down...or I will change it in any way you suggest..." -- ARTHUR, CHESTER A. Partly printed check accomplished and signed, New York, 20 July 1879, slit cancellations (no loss), 2-cent tax stamp, a check on the Nassau Bank to pay D. Schrieffer $126.08 -- MCKINLEY, WILLIAM. Partly printed check accomplished and signed, Canton, Ohio, 15 November 1880, slit cancellations (no loss), 2-cent tax stamp, a check on the Canton Bank to pay ("for church") $5.00; MCKINLEY. Typed letter signed to William Ford Upson, Canton, Ohio, 21 November 1896, 1 page, 8vo, on McKinley's personal stationery, thanking an admirer "for your congratulations and good wishes..." -- HARRISON, BENJAMIN. Letter signed as President to John W. Herron, Washington, D.C., 26 January 1892, 1 page, 4to, Executive Mansion stationery, declining an invitation to visit his alma mater, Miami University of Ohio: "I would be extremely glad to meet with you and to renew the memories of the days when our beloved University was a great educational power; but my public duties here will prevent me from having that pleasure..." -- CLEVELAND, GROVER. Autograph letter signed as President-elect, to Lawrence Wenderhall, Lakewood, New Jersey, 13 February 1893, 1 page, 8vo, stating: "I cannot recall James Letus, Jr. Mr. W.L. Bissell of Buffalo, my former partner, might remember him..." -- WILSON, WOODROW. Typed letter signed as Governor, to R.H. Tyson, [Trenton], New Jersey, 2 February 1911, 1 page, 4to, New Jersey Executive Department stationery, matching envelope present, confirming an appointment: "I find on examining my calendar that it would be possible for me to see you Thursday..." -- TRUMAN, HARRY. Typed letter signed to Rear Admiral William Brent Young, Independence, Missouri, 9 February 1959, 1 page, 4to, on Truman's personal stationery, envelope with printed signature, alluding to Democratic politics: "I have written you acknowledging receipt of the Club medal and thanking you for sending it to me. I am very glad to learn that you have put the junior Senator from Missouri in the line. I think he will make a very good president..." -- EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. Signature on a card, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 7 April 1967], 1 page, 24mo, on DDE monogrammed notepaper, envelope present -- KENNEDY, JOHN F. Signed photograph by Bacharach, 10 x 8 in., probably 1961; together 10 items. (10)
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