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Adolph Lewisohn Signature

Adolph Lewisohn (1849 – 1938). Investment banker, mining magnate and philanthropist. Lewisohn donated the money for the longstanding Lewisohn Stadium in New York. DS. 1 page. Aug. 20, 1906. Signature on a stock receipt for shares in the Sierra Madre Development Company. Excellent.
Catalog: # AM-0096
Topic: Business
Price: $65.00

Adolph Sutro ALS

 SUTRO, ADOLPH
ADOLPH SUTRO (1830-1898) Mayor of San Francisco and the namesake of various San Francisco landmarks. Autograph Letter Signed, " Adolph Sutro." Four pages, 5" x 8". San Francisco. March 5, 1878. Sutro writes to his wife, Leah, in part: " … I was glad to know that your knee has not troubled you so much - I think I would get the bandage made anyawy, for I believe when you get up you will be troubled again, with your knee. So if you think ti had better be made telegraph upon receipt of this the measurements precisely ... the length he gave me 8 1/2 inches, the instrument maker says is ivory ...IN telegraphing you need simply say length ... The instrument has to be long, so as to allow plaster and bandages to be applied to above and below the knee .... I hope Emma attends on you ... at least a good part of the time ..." Extremely Fine.
Catalog: # AM-1234
Topic: Business
Price: $350.00

Alexander Bullock

ALEXANDER H. BULLOCK (1816-1882) Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives and Senate, Speaker of the House for Massachusetts and Governor of that state. Photograph of Bullock signed on verso “A.H. Bullock Speaker 1862” 2 3/4” x 4 1/4”.  No place. 1862. Backstamp reads, “Photographed by Claflin 188 Main St., Worcester.” Fine.
Catalog: # AM-0215
State: Massachusetts
Topic: Political/United States
Price: $75.00

Alfred H. Colquitt

ALFRED H. COLQUITT (1824-1894) U.S. Senator, Governor of Georgia. During the civil war, he served in the Confederate army, reaching the rank of major general. 3 1/2” x 2 1/4” card Signed, “Alfred H. Colquitt Georgia” No date. Very Fine.
Catalog: # AM-0238
State: Georgia
Topic: Civil War
Price: $175.00

Allen Turner Davidson Cut Signature

Cut Signature. 4” x 1 ¼”. ALLEN TURNER DAVIDSON, (1819- 1905). North Carolina Congressman, Lawyer and Banker.
Catalog: # AM-1650
Topic: Civil War
Price: $29.00

ALS From James Rivington Publisher Of The Loyalist Newspaper New York Gazette And One Of General George Washington’s Most Successful Spys

James Rivington (1724-1802) English-born American journalist and publisher of Rivington’s Gazette, one of the most infamous Loyalist newspapers in the American colonies and a spy for General Washington. Autograph Letter Signed, “James Rivington” with integral address leaf to Jacob Reed, Member of So. Carolina at Congress: One page. New York .November 1, 1784. Rivington writes “Sir This morning received your favor of the 30 Ulto & beg leave to intimate that the Buckles mentioned in your letter shall be forwarded to Trenton by the first proper opportunity. My clerk tells me the price fixed on had you taken them, was five guineas, at which they are now reserved for you. A set of Rollins Roman History 4 Volumes, was last Saturday forwarded to a new established library society at Princeton to which I presume W. James Bond Read will join himself with the other students and of course derive the benefits without the expense of purchasing that voluminous work. I am, sir, Your most obliged and faithfull, humble servant. James Rivington.” The Address leaf is stamped with a free frank; “N. York nov:* 1*FREE.” While James Rivington was generally believed to be the Loyalist printer of the New York Gazette during the British occupation, he actually acted as a spy for General Washington to great effect. During the war, his greatest achievement is the capture of the British Navy’s entire signal book, which was passed on to Admiral De Grasse by American forces. Left margin has a couple of areas of paper loss, with one just slightly affecting one word of text. A few age spots. Fine.
Catalog: # RN-180
State: New York
Topic: American Revolution
Price: $1250.00

Als Signed By Amos Kendall To Lewis Cass

 KENDALL, AMOS
AMOS KENDALL A journalist, Kendall also served as Jackson and Van Buren’s Postmaster General. ALS signed by Amos Kendall to Lewis Cass. 1 page. Washington, June 23rd, 1859. 8” x 10”. Letter of recommendation for J.C. Lewis and signed by Amos Kendall. Two punch holes at left border. Ideal for framing.
Catalog: # AM-0971
Topic: Political/United States
Price: $175.00

Amasa Walker ALS

AMASA WALKER (1799-1875) businessman, economist, and U.S. representative. He was the father of Francis Amasa Walker. Walker helped found Oberlin College and lectured there (and at other colleges) on political economy for many years. During the panic of 1857 he had an opportunity to put his monetary theories to the test and his experiment saved many Boston banks. Walker was elected as a Republican to Congress to fill a vacancy in 1862 and 1863. In 1866 he published his widely read work “The Science of Wealth: A Manual of Political Economy.” Throughout his life he devoted himself to temperance, world peace, and abolition. Autograph Letter Signed from North Brookfield, 1845. Addressed to William Hyde regarding a lecture before the Lyceum. Integral address leaf with red postal stamp. On the seal is a tiny 1” x ¾” green printed stamp that reads “do good to them that despitefully use you” Says the Saviour. “Trample them in the dust” cries the Warrior. War is contrary to the Spirit of the Gospel.” Fine.
Catalog: # AM-1145
Topic: Business
Price: $60.00

American Unitarian Leader Henry Ware

Henry Ware (1764 – 1845). Preacher and theologian. Influential in the formation of Unitariansim and the American Unitarian Association in the United States. ALS. 1 page. 5” x 8”. May 18, 1836. To Dr. Pierce; “I received yesterday from Mr. Clarke of Sherburn a note, asking me to give the charge at his Ordination, and if it should not be in my power, to request you to perform that service. It was my intention to attend the ordination, being very desirous to visit my brother there. But I was served on Sunday with a very violent cold, which has confined me ever since to the house and mostly to my bed….I can have no hope of being well enough by Thursday to make it prudent for me to attend the Ordination. I am dear sir, with great regard, yours Henry Ware.” Extremely Fine.
Catalog: # AM-1523
State: Massachusetts
Topic: Religious History
Price: $125.00

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