1½ pages, 4to, White House stationery, soiled, a note of congratulations: "I am delighted to know that you are to take charge of Harper's Weekly" and recommending he hire a writer "struggling to endure his connection with the Hearst papers"; WILSON. Typed letter signed as President, to Grosvenor Clarkson, Washington, D.C., 20 September 1918, 1 page, 4to, integral blank, White House stationery, sending thanks "...for your attention to the case of Mrs. Blanche Hogle..."; WILSON. Document signed as President, Washington, D.C., 23 August 1913, 1 page, oblong folio, accomplished in manuscript, papered seal, attractive appointment of a Notary Public; WILSON. Photograph signed, by Harris & Ewing, Washington, D.C., n.d. [c. 1916?], 300 x 215 mm. (12 x 8½ in.) including margins, a fine, dignified portrait, signed in bottom margin -- WARREN G. HARDING. Typed letter signed as President, to Mrs. H.A. Colman, Washington, D.C., 14 September 1922, 1 page, 4to, White House stationery, thanks for his concern over the First Lady's heath: "Such assurances of friendly interest have been very heartening in the hours of anxiety. We are greatly encouraged now..."; HARDING. Typed letter signed as President, to Senator Frank B. Willis, Washington, D.C., 9 June 1922, 1 page, 4to, White House stationery, regarding an appointment "in connection with the Commission to the Rio de Janeiro Exposition. You doubtless will recall that this commission was fully appointed several months ago..."; HARDING. Typed letter signed as Ohio Senator, to George T. Goshorn, Marion, Ohio, 10 August 1920, 1 page, 8vo, integral blank, Senator's stationery, wear at fold, warm thanks to a fellow former printer for "your recitation of events of the past...letters such as yours are not without their value..."; together 8 items. (8) " /> [PRESIDENTS]. WILSON, WOODROW. Typed letter signed as President to William Bayard Hale, Washington, D.C., 15 January 1915, <I>1½ pages, 4to, White House stationery</I>, a personal letter: "It distresses me deeply to know that you have temporarily been knocked out...You have in my opinion done a great deal and been of very great service to us and I shall be at a loss where to turn..."; WILSON. Typed letter signed as President to Norman Hapgood, Washington, D.C., 22 May 1913, <I>1½ pages, 4to, White House stationery, soiled</I>, a note of congratulations: "I am delighted to know that you are to take charge of Harper's Weekly" and recommending he hire a writer "struggling to endure his connection with the Hearst papers"; WILSON. Typed letter signed as President, to Grosvenor Clarkson, Washington, D.C., 20 September 1918, <I>1 page, 4to, integral blank, White House stationery</I>, sending thanks "...for your attention to the case of Mrs. Blanche Hogle..."; WILSON. Document signed as President, Washington, D.C., 23 August 1913, <I>1 page, oblong folio, accomplished in manuscript, papered seal,</I> attractive appointment of a Notary Public; WILSON. Photograph signed, by Harris & Ewing, Washington, D.C., n.d. [c. 1916?], <I>300 x 215 mm. (12 x 8½ in.) including margins</I>, a fine, dignified portrait, signed in bottom margin -- WARREN G. HARDING. Typed letter signed as President, to Mrs. H.A. Colman, Washington, D.C., 14 September 1922, <I>1 page, 4to, White House stationery</I>, thanks for his concern over the First Lady's heath: "Such assurances of friendly interest have been very heartening in the hours of anxiety. We are greatly encouraged now..."; HARDING. Typed letter signed as President, to Senator Frank B. Willis, Washington, D.C., 9 June 1922, <I>1 page, 4to, White House stationery</I>, regarding an appointment "in connection with the Commission to the Rio de Janeiro Exposition. You doubtless will recall that this commission was fully appointed several months ago..."; HARDING. Typed letter signed as Ohio Senator, to George T. Goshorn, Marion, Ohio, 10 August 1920, <I>1 page, 8vo, integral blank, Senator's stationery, wear at fold</I>, warm thanks to a fellow former printer for "your recitation of events of the past...letters such as yours are not without their value..."; <I>together 8 items</I>. (8) | Christie's