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Large format etching of President Theodore Roosevelt by Hungarian artist Jacques Reich, signed by Roosevelt. Additionally signed and annotated by the artist, “Jacques Reich, Printed from the copper.” In near fine condition. The etching measures 16 inches by 20 inches.
Price: $3,250.00 Item Number: 118142
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.
Price: $4,000.00 Item Number: 101946
Document signed by Theodore Roosevelt as president, one page, dated, April 2, 1907. President Roosevelt appoints John N. Dersam as “Postmaster at McKeesport, in the County of Allegheny, State of Pennsylvania.” Signed at the conclusion by Theodore Roosevelt, and countersigned by Postmaster General George von L. Meyer. Gold foil seal remains affixed. In fine condition. Matted and framed with an engraved plaque and large color portrait. The document measures 16.25 inches by 14.75 inches. The entire piece measures 39 inches by 21 inches. In fine condition. An attractive presentation.
Price: $2,200.00 Item Number: 119615
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.
Price: $2,500.00 Item Number: 94710
"No one quality by itself makes a good man or woman; many are essential; but three especially - courage, straightforward honesty, and common sense": Rare autograph quotation book lengthily inscribed by Theodore Roosevelt as President in addition to many others including William Howard Taft, John Muir, John Burroughs, and Bernard Baruch
ROOSEVELT, Theodore; William Howard Taft; John Muir; John Burroughs; Bernard Baruch et al. [Olga Roosevelt].
Olga Roosevelt’s autograph book, lengthily inscribed and signed by Theodore Roosevelt as President of the United States, William Howard Taft as Vice President of the United States and several other famous figures of the era, including naturalists John Muir and John Burroughs and financier Bernard Baruch. Octavo, bound in full vellum with hand painted decorations to the spine and panels, patterned endpapers. Inscribed and signed by Theodore Roosevelt with a lengthy quotation, “No one quality by itself makes a good man or woman; many are essential; but three especially – courage, straightforward honesty, and common sense. Theodore Roosevelt July 23rd 1903.” Inscribed by William Howard Taft “For Miss Olga Roosevelt with best wishes of William H. Taft May 23 1910.” Inscribed by American naturalist John Burroughs, “The most precious things of life are without money & without price John Burroughs Sept 8, 1903.” Inscribed by the President of Cornell University and United States Ambassador to Germany Jacob Gould Schurman, “Beauty, graceful manners, good temper, common sense, and a kind heart: these are the qualities that make a woman to be beloved and powerful. J.G. Schurman East Hampton September 14th 1903.” Additionally inscribed by Alfred W.S. Garden, American diplomat Robert Underwood Johnson, American screenwriter Daniel Carson Goodman, and American naval officer Leigh Carlyle Palmer. Signed by John Muir and signed and dated by Bernard Baruch “B. Baruch Jan 20th 1920.” From the collection of Theodore Roosevelt’s niece, Olga Roosevelt. Roosevelt was the heiress to a fortune of several million dollars left her by her mother. She made her debut in Washington in 1908 and married Dr. Breckenridge Bayne in 1911. In very good condition. An exceptional collection of signatures with noted provenance.
Price: $15,000.00 Item Number: 116342
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 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.
Price: $12,500.00 Item Number: 95371
Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Procession Appointment Signed by Chief of Staff John A. Johnston and Grand Marshall Adna R. Chafee
Washington, D.C: 1905.
Original Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Procession Appointment Signed by Chief of Staff John A. Johnston and Grand Marshall Adna R. Chaffee. The appointment reads, “This is to Certify that Charles B. Gatewood has been duly chosen and appointed to serve as Aid to the Grand Marshall in the parade in the City of Washington at the Inauguration of Theodore Roosevelt as President, and Charles W. Fairbanks as Vice President of the United States of America on the Fourth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and five, and of the Independence of the United States the one hundred twenty-ninth. It is therefore requested that all Civic and Military organizations participating in these ceremonies give due respect to such directions as may be issued by him in that behalf. Attest. “John A. Johnston” Chief of Staff and “Adna R. Chaffee” Grand Marshall. Washington D.C. In near fine condition.
Price: $450.00 Item Number: 88175
"If it should occur that men of other creeds and different nationalities come to live amongst us, we should accord them honorable protection and equality before the law": First Edition of De Haas' Theodor Herzl: A Biographical Study; Inscribed by Him
Chicago/ New York: The Leonard Company, 1927.
First edition of this Herzl biography by the British-born Jewish journalist and an early leader of the Zionist movement in the United States. Octavo, 2 volumes, original cloth, top edge gilt, pictorial endpapers. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author in the year of publication on the half-title page, “To my friend Louis Karasik Jacob de Haas Oct ’27.” Fine in very good to near fine dust jackets. With sixty illustrations, index, chronological table, appendices and bibliography. Rare and desirable signed by de Haas.
Price: $1,250.00 Item Number: 106211
"We have talked long enough ... about civil rights,' Lyndon Johnson had said. 'It is time ... to write it in the books of law' - to embody justice and equality in legislation": First Edition of Each Volume in Robert Caros Biography on Lyndon Johnson; Each Signed by Him
The Years of Lyndon Johnson: The Path To Power, Means of Ascent, Master of the Senate, Passage To Power.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1982-2012.
First editions of each volume in the historian’s ground-breaking biography on President Lyndon Johnson. Octavo, 4 volumes, original cloth. Each volume is signed by Robert Caro, with Means of Ascent an association copy, inscribed in the prior to publication by the author on the front free endpaper, “For Vicki and Loring- with deep affection from their friend, Robert A. Caro March 2, 1990.” The recipients were close friends writers, Vicki Goldberg and Loring Eutemay. Also, laid in is a signed postcard by Caro to the same recipients. Each are fine in near fine to fine dust jackets. An exceptional set with noted provenance.
Price: $2,000.00 Item Number: 105633
"These are the times that try men's souls": Rare 1792 variant of Paine's writings containing the scarce and important first collected American edition of The Crisis
The Writings of Thomas Paine, Secretary for Foreign Affairs to the Congress of the United States of America, in the Late War [Including: Common Sense, The Crisis, Rights of Man].
Albany: Printed by Charles R. & George Webster, 1792.
Rare 1792 variant of Paine’s writings containing the scarce and important fist collected American edition of The Crisis. Octavo, bound in full contemporary calf with gilt ruling and a red morocco spine label lettered in gilt to the spine. Containing: 1. Common Sense; Addressed to the Inhabitants of North-America (Albany: Re-Printed, by Charles R. and George Webster, 1791); 2. The Crisis: In Thirteen Numbers (Albany: Printed & Sold, by Charles R. & George Webster, 1792); 3. Public Good: Being an Examination into the Claim of Virginia, to the Vacant Western Territory (Albany: Printed by Charles R. & George Webster, [n.d.]). 4. Letter Addressed to the Abbe Raynal, on the Affairs of North-America (Albany: Printed by Charles R. & George Webster, [n.d.]). 5. Letters, by the Author of Common Sense. First, to the Earl of Shelburne…Second, To Sir Guy Carlton…Third, To the Authors of “The Republican,” a French Paper…Fourth, To the Abbe Syeyes (Albany: Printed by Charles R. & George Webster, 1792). 6. Rights of Man: Being an Answer to Mr. Burke’s Attack on the French Revolution. The Fourth American Edition (Albany: Re-Printed, by Charles R. and George Webster, [n.d.]). 7. Rights of Man. Part the Second. Containing Principle and Practice (Albany: Re-Printed, by Charles R. and George Webster, 1794). 8. Letter, To Mr. Secretary Dundas. London, June 6, 1792 (caption title). In very good condition.
Price: $7,500.00 Item Number: 103202
“The grand essentials to happiness in this life are something to do, something to love, and something to hope for”: The complete writings of George Washington; Bound in Full Contemporary Calf
The Writings of George Washington Being His Correspondence, Addresses, Messages, and Other Papers, Official and Private.
Boston: American Stationers Company. John B. Russell, 1836-1837.
The complete writings of George Washington. Large octavo, 12 volumes, uniformly bound in full contemporary calf, gilt titles and tooling to the spine, rebacked. Frontispiece of Washington to volumes 1-3; engraved by J.W. Paradise from a painting by J.G. Chapman after a painting by C.W. Peale; frontispiece in volumes 2 and three engraved by A.B. Durand, the first from a painting by Gilbert Stuart; frontispiece in volume 12 of Martha Washington engraved by J. Cheney. Editor Jared Sparks was a noted early American historian and President of Harvard College. Sparks worked as editor of the North American Review and a Unitarian pastor in Baltimore. His most notable work was his Writings of George Washington. An attractive set.
Price: $9,200.00 Item Number: 63030
“ONE OF THE MOST BRILLIANT TREATISES ON WAR THAT HAS EVER BEEN WRITTEN”: FIRST EDITION OF WINSTON CHURCHILL'S THE WORLD CRISIS 1916-1918: VOLUME I; Signed by Winston S. Churchill
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1927.
True first edition of the first volume in the Part III of Churchill’s The World Crisis. Octavo, original cloth, illustrated with numerous maps (many folding), charts, facsimiles, photographs. Boldly signed by Winston Churchill on the front free endpaper. In near fine condition.
Price: $4,800.00 Item Number: 116722
“ONE OF THE MOST BRILLIANT TREATISES ON WAR THAT HAS EVER BEEN WRITTEN”: FIRST EDITIONS OF WINSTON CHURCHILL'S THE WORLD CRISIS; IN THE RARE ORIGINAL DUST JACKETS
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1927.
True first editions of the first two volumes of Churchill’s The World Crisis. Octavo, original cloth, illustrated with numerous maps (many folding), charts, facsimiles, photographs. Near fine in the rare original dust jackets with light wear.
Price: $3,200.00 Item Number: 103784
“Do what you can, with what you have, where you are": The Works of Theodore Roosevelt: Presidential Addresses and State Papers; Signed by Roosevelt during his Presidency
New York: P. F. Collier & Son, c. 1904.
Octavo, original cloth, frontispiece, illustrated. Boldly signed by Theodore Roosevelt during his Presidency on the front free endpaper, “with best wishes from Theodore Roosevelt, Nov. 3rd 1904.” In very good condition. Uncommon signed, especially as president.
Price: $4,500.00 Item Number: 117312
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.
Price: $850.00 Item Number: 96587
New York: Derby & Jackson, 1856.
Signed on the first free end page in pencil with his ownership signature, “J. A. Garfield, Hiram, Ohio, Sept. 1856.” Garfield’s personal bookplate, “Inter Folia Fructus, Library of James A. Garfield,” is affixed to the front pastedown. Housed in a custom half morocco chemise case. Rare and desirable, from the library of the 20th President of the United States.
Price: $3,000.00 Item Number: 58090
The Manuscript Edition of Theodore Roosevelt's Monumental Work The Winning of the West; One of 200 Numbered Copies
New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1900.
Limited edition, number 72 of 200 copies of the manuscript edition of The Winning of the West. Quarto, 4 volumes, bound in full publisher’s morocco, gilt titles to the spine, gilt tooling to the front and rear panels, top edge gilt, pastedowns full morocco with inlay. The manuscript page in this example opposite the limitation page and reads, “at the expense of the government; and on the lower Ohio in 1793 and ’93 there were plenty of men who, in the event of a campaign, hoped to make profit out of the goods, horses and cattle they supplied the soldiers.” Portrait frontispiece in volume one, illustrated throughout, with frontispieces in each volume, folding maps, and other plates. In near fine condition. Housed in two custom slipcases. A very nice set.
Price: $16,500.00 Item Number: 111740
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.
Price: $12,500.00 Item Number: 98320
First Edition of The White House: an Historic Guide; Inscribed by Lady Bird Johnson to Close Friend and Confidant of the Kennedy's Bill Walton
Washington, DC: White House Historical Association, 1964.
First edition of this wonderfully illustrated work on The White House. Octavo, original cloth, pictorial endpapers, illustrated. Inscribed by Lady Bird Johnson on the title page, “To Bill Walton with appreciation Lady Bird Johnson February 17, 1965.” The recipient William Walton was a painter and confidant of President John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy, and chaired the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts from 1963 to 1971. In near fine condition. A nice association.
Price: $975.00 Item Number: 69056
First Edition Of President Eisenhowers Mandate For Change and The White House Years; Warmly Inscribed by Him
Garden City, NY: Doubleday and Company, 1963.
First edition of volume one of President Eisenhower’s memoirs. Octavo, original cloth, pictorial map endpapers. Inscribed on the half title page by the author, “For The Honorable John R. Dethmers with best wishes from Dwight D. Eisenhower.” The recipient, John R. Dethmers was a member of the Michigan Republican State Central Committee in 1939. Dethmers served as Chairman of the Michigan Republican Party from 1942–1945 and was a delegate to the 1944 Republican National Convention. He served as Michigan Attorney General from 1945-1946. Governor Harry Kelly appointed Dethmers Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, serving from 1946–1970 and serving as Chief Justice of the Michigan State Supreme Court in 1953, 1956–1962, and 1967-1969. Fine in a near fine dust jacket. A nice association.
Price: $1,300.00 Item Number: 43031