Etching of Theodore Roosevelt by Jacques Reich, signed as president, “Theodore Roosevelt, Feb. 9th 1909.” Also signed by the artist, “Jacques Reich.” Affixed to a same-size board, with the reverse bearing a label from the Arthur H. Hahlo Co., identifying the piece as a limited edition autographed artist’s proof. In near fine condition. Double matted and framed. The entire piece measures 21.5 inches by 17.5 inches.
"Good luck to all good Americans!" First Edition of Theodore Roosevelt's Fear God and Take Your Own Part; Signed by Him
New York: George H. Doran Company, 1916.
First edition of this collection of essays by the twenty-sixth President of the United States. Octavo, original cloth. Signed by the author on the front free endpaper, “Good luck to all good Americans! Theodore Roosevelt March 27th 1916.” In near fine condition, note to the front free endpaper. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. An exceptional inscription.
Rare collection of Rough Riders Photographs and Documents; Twice signed and inscribed by Theodore Roosevelt
Rare collection of original signed documents and photographs taken during President Theodore Roosevelt’s days as Colonel of the 1st United States Volunteer Cavalry, or Rough Riders. The collection includes an original mounted photograph of Roosevelt in full uniform with his campaign hat; two cabinet card photographs of Albert S. Johnson, a member of the Cavalry; an endorsement dated September 7, 1998 which reads in part, “This officer did not serve in Cuba but remained in Florida with the squadron left behind” signed, “T. Roosevelt” which is affixed to the verso of Albert S. Johnson’s 5 September 1898 application for 60-days leave; and a military record discharging Johnson from the 1st United States Volunteer Cavalry with remarks from Captain R.H. Bruce and Theodore Roosevelt, “Did not serve under me personally; is reported to me as a good and loyal officer. T. Roosevelt col 1st U.S.V.” Johnson’s application for leave was ultimately denied as his regiment was about to be disbanded and taken out of service. In near fine condition. An exceptional collection. Documents from Roosevelt’s Rough Rider days are rare.
Rare original photograph of Theodore Roosevelt and the Rough Riders Cavalry; accompanied by a first edition of the Rough Riders in which the photograph was featured
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1899.
Rare original sepia-toned photograph of Theodore Roosevelt and Commander Leonard Wood leading a regimental drill with the 1st United States Volunteer Cavalry in San Antonio, Texas. The photograph was featured as a double page engraved illustration in Roosevelt’s best-selling work, The Rough Riders. San Antonio was a pivotal location in the cavalry’s history as it was from the Menger Hotel that Roosevelt conceived of and formed the group. In 1905, a Rough Riders reunion convened in San Antonio at the end of the campaign season and before the commencement of Roosevelt’s second term as president. Matted and framed with fragments from historic army San Antonio photographer, D.P. Barr’s original presentation mat in a sleeve to the verso. The entire piece measures 19.5 inches by by 11.5 inches. Accompanied by a first edition of The Rough Riders in the original cloth with the frontispiece of Theodore Roosevelt with tissue guard, illustrations, top edge gilt. In near fine condition with period ownership inscription to the front free endpaper. Rare and desirable, an attractive pairing.
New York: The Co-Operative Publication Society, 1903.
Rare original salesman’s dummy for The Executive edition of The Works of Theodore Roosevelt. Octavo, bound in three quarters morocco over marbled boards, frontispice stereographic portrait of Roosevelt and 7 plates after photographs by Sargent and illustrations by Remington with lettered tissue guards. With excerpts from eight of Roosevelt’s works including The Naval War of 1812, Rough Riders, and Hunting Trips of a Ranchman. In very good condition. Uncommon.
Rare Original Theodore Roosevelt 'Perfec' Stereograph Card; Produced By Historic Bennington Vermont Optical Company H.C. White
Bennington, Vermont: H.C. White Co, 1902.
Rare original Theodore Roosevelt ‘Perfec’ stereograph card featuring two views of Roosevelt in the Cabinet Room of the White House. The card measures 7 inches by 3.5 inches.
Signed Limited Edition of Theodore Roosevelts The Wilderness Hunter; Bound in the original publisher's morocco
The Wilderness Hunter: An Account Of The Big Game Of The United States And Its Chase With Horse, Hound And Rifle.
New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1893.
Signed limited first edition, one of only 200 numbered copies, signed by Theodore Roosevelt. Quarto, bound in original full red morocco by Putnam’s deluxe issue binding, gilt titles and tooling to the spine, front panel. Frontispiece plus twenty-three full page plates by Frederic Remington, A. B. Frost I, James Carter Beard, Henry Sandham, and Charles Henry Eaton. In near fine condition, bookplate. Housed in a custom clamshell box.
Rare Original Riggs National Bank Check; Signed by Theodore Roosevelt as President on Novembery 25th 1907
Rare original Theodore Roosevelt Riggs National Bank Check, signed by Roosevelt as President. Paid to the order of Schwab and Gassenheimer on November 25th, 1907 for the amount of ten dollars. Double matted and framed with a portrait of Roosevelt. The check measures 8 inches by 3 inches. The entire piece measures 21 inches by 11.75 inches. Rare and desirable signed by Roosevelt as president.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT’S RANCH LIFE AND THE HUNTING-TRAIL; ILLUSTRATED BY FREDERIC REMINGTON AND IN THE EXCEEDINGLY RARE ORIGINAL DUST JACKET
New York: The Century Company, 1899.
Early printing of Roosevelt’s fascinating account of the West. Quarto, original illustrated cloth, top edge gilt with others uncut. Profusely illustrated by Frederic Remington. Near fine in the original dust jacket which is in very good condition. Exceptionally rare in the original dust jacket.
"The highest form of success comes, not to the man who desires mere easy peace, but to the man who does not shrink from danger, from hardship, or from bitter toil, and who out of these wins the splendid ultimate triumph": First Edition of Theodore Roosevelt's The Strenuous Life
New York: The Century Co, 1902.
First edition of this collection of speeches from Theodore Roosevelt. Octavo, original cloth, gilt topstain, frontispiece of Roosevelt. In near fine condition. An exceptional example.