2 pp., 8vo, integral leaf tipped to page. A sympathetic letter in which Cleveland informs a woman that there are no available state jobs and writes: "For the rest I am not much of a politician and if I were I have no influence with the powers now in charge of the federal government." -- ROOSEVELT, Franklin D. TLS, 12 January 1931. 1 p., 4to. Roosevelt accepts Gunnison's resignation from the Board of Visitors of the Brooklyn State Hospital. Also ALsS, TLsS, DsS and CsS of (many with multiple examples): CLINTON, G., LEWIS, M., TOMPKINS, D., TAYLOR, J., CLINTON, D., YALE, J., PITCHER, N., THROOP, E., MARCY, W., SEWARD, W., BOUCK, W., WRIGHT, S., YOUNG, J., FISH, H., HUNT, W., SEYMOUR, H., CLARK, M., KING, J., MORGAN, E., FENTON, R., HOFFMAN, J., DIX, J., TILDEN, S., ROBINSON, L., CARNELL, A., HILL, D., FLOWER, R., MORTON, L., BLACK, F., ROOSEVELT, T. (stamped signature), ODELL, B., HIGGINS, F., HUGHES, C., WHITE, H., SELZER, W., GLYNN, M., WHITMAN, C., SMITH, A., MILLER, N., and ROCKEFELLER, W. -- The Collection of Mayors contains examples from 1739 to 1927 (47 items) including: DUANE, James. DS, 23 May 1785. -- VARICK, Richard. DS, 14 April 1800. -- HICKS, Whitehead. DS, 6 June 1769. -- COLDEN, Cadwallader. ALS, 12 January 1803. -- RICHARD, Paul. ALS, 10 November 1737. Together 118 items mostly tipped, some laid, onto the leaves of two binders. (2) " /> [NEW YORK GOVERNORS NEW YORK CITY MAYORS]. A collection of Governors of New York and Mayors of New York City collected by Herbert Gunnison (1858-1932), publisher of the <I>Brooklyn Daily Eagle</I>. The collection of Governors (71 items, including all governors from 1777-1932) includes: JAY, John. LS, 17 May 1788. <I>1¼ pp., 4to, integral leaf tipped onto page</I>. Jay transmits an act of commerce from the King of France and a copy of a explanatory letter of Thomas Jefferson to Governor Johnston of North Carolina. -- VAN BUREN, Martin. ALS as Vice President, 26 November 1835. <I>2½ pp., 8vo, old repair to page 1, integral leaf tipped onto page</I>. Van Buren writes: "The President and all his Cabinet are hard at work preparing for Congress. His message will be an excellent one & give great...position for the people." -- CLEVELAND, Grover. ALS, 9 March 1883. <I>2 pp., 8vo, integral leaf tipped to page</I>. A sympathetic letter in which Cleveland informs a woman that there are no available state jobs and writes: "For the rest I am not much of a politician and if I were I have no influence with the powers now in charge of the federal government." -- ROOSEVELT, Franklin D. TLS, 12 January 1931. <I>1 p., 4to</I>. Roosevelt accepts Gunnison's resignation from the Board of Visitors of the Brooklyn State Hospital. Also ALsS, TLsS, DsS and CsS of (many with multiple examples): CLINTON, G., LEWIS, M., TOMPKINS, D., TAYLOR, J., CLINTON, D., YALE, J., PITCHER, N., THROOP, E., MARCY, W., SEWARD, W., BOUCK, W., WRIGHT, S., YOUNG, J., FISH, H., HUNT, W., SEYMOUR, H., CLARK, M., KING, J., MORGAN, E., FENTON, R., HOFFMAN, J., DIX, J., TILDEN, S., ROBINSON, L., CARNELL, A., HILL, D., FLOWER, R., MORTON, L., BLACK, F., ROOSEVELT, T. (stamped signature), ODELL, B., HIGGINS, F., HUGHES, C., WHITE, H., SELZER, W., GLYNN, M., WHITMAN, C., SMITH, A., MILLER, N., and ROCKEFELLER, W. -- The Collection of Mayors contains examples from 1739 to 1927 (47 items) including: DUANE, James. DS, 23 May 1785. -- VARICK, Richard. DS, 14 April 1800. -- HICKS, Whitehead. DS, 6 June 1769. -- COLDEN, Cadwallader. ALS, 12 January 1803. -- RICHARD, Paul. ALS, 10 November 1737. <I>Together 118 items mostly tipped, some laid, onto the leaves of two binders</I>. (2) | Christie's