1 page, 4to, White House stationery, a good letter dated eight days after he proclaimed the Truman Doctrine: "...Yes I have a statuette of the three Monkeys and I try to follow the advice set out by that statuette..." -- WILLIAM H. TAFT. Typed letter signed to Erastus Brainerd, New Haven, 20 June 1916, 1 page, 4to, personal stationery, a fine letter on the Presidential race between Wilson and Charles E. Hughes: "...One of the great assets we have in this fight is Hughes' campaigning ability and I am sure he can stir up the entire West, which will mean a sweeping victory...I consider his nomination a great...development for the Republican party..."; TAFT. Signature on a card, n.p., n.d., 58 x 95 mm. (2¼ x 3¾ in.) -- WOODROW WILSON. Typed letter signed as Governor of New Jersey, to Hyman Lazarus, 13 June 1912, 1 page, 4to, Governor's stationery, minor stain, a letter regarding the approaching Democratic Convention and Wilson's bid for the nomination: "The plot is thickening for the Convention at Baltimore," and urging Lazarus to "be on hand...to exercise such influence as seems possible. It would be very serviceable to the cause..."; WILSON. Document signed as Governor of New Jersey, 21 September 1911, 1 page, folio, papered seal, appointing a Representative to the Lakes-to-the-Gulf Deep Waterway Association Convention..." -- MARTIN VAN BUREN. Autograph letter signed as Vice-President, to B.F. Butler, Washington, D.C., 29 September 1830, 2¼ pages, 4to, an official letter in a grand style: "...The President [Jackson] has authorized me to offer you the appointment of one of the Commissioners under the Treaty of Denmark..."; VAN BUREN. Autograph letter signed to Mr. Corbin, n.p, n.d., 3½ pages, 8vo, mourning stationery, about an appointment: "I...have written this note to serve in case of absence..."; together 8 items. (8) " /> [PRESIDENTS]. TRUMAN, HARRY S. Typed letter signed as Senator, to Nannie B. Wallace, Washington, D.C., 14 January 1935, <I>1 page, 4to, Senator's stationery, matching envelope</I>, praising Senator Pittman, "a very fine gentleman" and regretting that "I didn't get a chance to see you before I left. But the organizations to which I belong almost pulled me apart and I had to spend the last few days in bed before I left home..."; TRUMAN. Typed letter signed as President, to his friend David H. Morgan, Washington, D.C., 20 March 1947, <I>1 page, 4to, White House stationery</I>, a good letter dated eight days after he proclaimed the Truman Doctrine: "...Yes I have a statuette of the three Monkeys and I try to follow the advice set out by that statuette..." -- WILLIAM H. TAFT. Typed letter signed to Erastus Brainerd, New Haven, 20 June 1916, <I>1 page, 4to, personal stationery,</I> a fine letter on the Presidential race between Wilson and Charles E. Hughes: "...One of the great assets we have in this fight is Hughes' campaigning ability and I am sure he can stir up the entire West, which will mean a sweeping victory...I consider his nomination a great...development for the Republican party..."; TAFT. Signature on a card, n.p., n.d., <I>58 x 95 mm. (2¼ x 3¾ in.)</I> -- WOODROW WILSON. Typed letter signed as Governor of New Jersey, to Hyman Lazarus, 13 June 1912, <I>1 page, 4to, Governor's stationery, minor stain</I>, a letter regarding the approaching Democratic Convention and Wilson's bid for the nomination: "The plot is thickening for the Convention at Baltimore," and urging Lazarus to "be on hand...to exercise such influence as seems possible. It would be very serviceable to the cause..."; WILSON. Document signed as Governor of New Jersey, 21 September 1911, <I>1 page, folio, papered seal</I>, appointing a Representative to the Lakes-to-the-Gulf Deep Waterway Association Convention..." -- MARTIN VAN BUREN. Autograph letter signed as Vice-President, to B.F. Butler, Washington, D.C., 29 September 1830, <I>2¼ pages, 4to,</I> an official letter in a grand style: "...The President [Jackson] has authorized me to offer you the appointment of one of the Commissioners under the Treaty of Denmark..."; VAN BUREN. Autograph letter signed to Mr. Corbin, n.p, n.d., <I>3½ pages, 8vo, mourning stationery</I>, about an appointment: "I...have written this note to serve in case of absence..."; <I>together 8 items</I>. (8) | Christie's