Description: (PRESIDENTS.) Group of 15 items Signed. Format and condition vary. (MRS) Vp, vd
Notes: John Quincy Adams. Two Franking Signatures, "J.Q. Adams," each as Secretary of State. Each 4to address leaf with conjugate letter relating to patent office. Np,  * Theodore Roosevelt. Typed Letter Signed, sending thanks for help during campaign. 1 page, square 8vo, "The Outlook" stationery. New York, 14 November 1912 * Harry S. Truman. Brief Typed Letter Signed, sending his autograph. 1 page, 4to, personal stationery. Independence, 2 October 1961 * William McKinley. Brief Typed Letter Signed, "WMcKinley," declining an invitation. 1/2 page, 4to, personal stationery. Canton, OH, 14 December 1896 * William Howard Taft. Two Typed Letters Signed, "WHTaft," one as Chief Justice, sending thanks and declining an invitation. Each 1/2 page, 4to, one on "Supreme Court" stationery. New Haven, 28 February 1914; Washington, 2 December 1926 * Herbert Hoover (3). Photograph postcard Signed, showing his birthplace in West Branch, IA. Oblong 12mo; Signature on an etched portrait of him. Signed in the blank lower margin. 4x3 1/4 inches (image), 9 1/2x6 1/2 inches overall; Signature, on a slip of paper. 2x3 1/2 inches. Np, nd * James Buchanan. Clipped portion of a partly-printed vellum Document Signed, as Secretary of State. 2 1/4x9 1/2 inches. Np, nd * Calvin Coolidge. Signature, as Vice President, on a small card. 2x3 1/2 inches. Np, nd * Millard Fillmore. Partly-printed Document Signed, as Comptroller of Hudson & Berkshire Rail-Road Co., $1,000 railroad bond with most coupons intact. 14x14 inches. Np, 15 September 1848 * Gerald R. Ford. Two "Gerald R. Ford" printed bookplates, each Signed. 4 1/2x3 inches. Np, nd.
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