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Eisenhower Writes To Commerce Secretary Lewis L. Strauss

 EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.
TLS 1 page 6 ¾” x 9”. On imprinted White House Letterhead. To Secretary of Commerce Lewis L. Strauss. Dear Lewis: I am appalled by the contents of your letter of March thirteenth. Are our communications after all, as “free” as we like to think?” Initialed at he conclusion of the letter. “D.E.” An interesting letter raising question concerning privacy issued within the government during the 1950’s. One center fold. Excellent.
Catalog: # AM-1027
Topic: Presidents and First Ladies
Price: $500.00

Eliphalet Dyer Receives Expenses For Attending Continental Congress

Eliphalet Dyer (1721 – 1807). Lawyer, jurist and statesman. Continental Congressman. DS. 1 page. 8” x 4 ¾”. Hartford, May 24, 1777. Dyer boldly signs at the conclusion of a document indicating he has “Recd. Of Comt. Of pay table office orders on Treasurer for one hundred pounds lawful money, towards defraying expences at Congress & to render account.” Mounted along edges to a larger sheet. Fine condition.
Catalog: # AM-3406
Topic: American Revolution
Price: $475.00

Eliphalet Remington Jr. Partly-printed Bank Check

ELIPHALET REMINGTON, JR. (1828-1924) Executive in Remington & Sons. Partially Printed Check Signed by Remington for the company, "E Remington & Sons" 7 ¾” x 3 ¾”. Ilion, New York Aug. 9th, 1854. Nice engraved check drawn on the Ilion Bank, Herkimer County payable to E. Remington. Numerous fine vignettes Bank cut cancellation. Very Fine.
Catalog: # AM-1432
State: New York
Topic: Signed Checks
Price: $125.00

Eliphalet Remington Signed Check

ELIPHALET REMINGTON (1793-1861) Designer of the Remington rifle and founder of Remington & Sons. Partially Printed Cashier of Ilion Bank Check Signed "E. Remington," as president. 7" x 2 3/8". Ilion, New York. February 28, 1854. The check pays, "Self for Note due." Vignette of a blacksmith at his anvil at left. Cut cancelled. One pinhole. Overall Very Fine.
Catalog: # AM-1433
Topic: Signed Checks
Price: $275.00

Ellis Henry Roberts

 ROBERTS, ELLIS HENRY
ALS, 2pp. Mar 11, 1874, to H.L. Lamb, Printed House of Representative, Washington, D. C. Letterhead ref to political election or appointments My Dear Lamb: A movement is on foot in the House to get the delegation to sustain R. Holland Drell for Hall’s place. How many are committed, I do not know. Several are not. If Troy should he …between Townsend and Forsyth, would not the depart of both be inevitable! H. Boardman Smith would not be a bad selection. I would not take the place. C M. D… of Utica would not refuse it. A host of names will be presented. May the best man win. Yours Very Truly, Elllis H. Roberts H.L Lamb, Esq. Do you go with the Watertown lines?
Catalog: # AM-0993
Topic: Political/United States
Price: $45.00

Erasmus D. Skinner Applies To Be A Naval Surgeon For The Union During The Civil War

Application submitted to the Examining Board of Naval Surgeons as Assistant Surgeon. 3 pages. Naval Hospital. New York. September 18, 1861. Weeks is asked to give answers to 8 questions including “Described the Anatomy of the elbow joint?” He is unable to answer the three of the questions: “What are the tests for arsenious acid?” “What are the constituents of the gastric juice?” and “State by symbols the compounds of Oxygen with Nitrogen?”
Catalog: # AM-1093
Topic: Civil War
Price: $225.00

Explorer Frederick Albert Cook Promotes Stock in A Film Company

Frederick Albert Cook 1865 – 1940 was an American explorer, physician, and ethnographer, noted for his claim of having reached the North Pole on April 21, 1908. This was a year before April 6, 1909, the date claimed by the American explorer Robert Peary, and the accounts were disputed for several years. TLS 2pp 8” x 10” Chicago May 11th, 1915. A typed letter signed “F A Cook” to My dear Wyckoff. …”I had hoped that you could at least accompany us on the “Round the World Tour” even if you did not care to plunge into the life enraptured wilderness about Mr. Everest. This would give you seven months of physical ease and mental recreation, but if you cannot make this possible, don’t you want to take a persona and financial interest in the motion pictures phase of the project?...Cook continues on promoting stock in The Orient Film Company "to make, market and hold, the motion pictures of the Mt. Everest and Around the World Expedition. Folds. In Excellent condition.
Catalog: # AM-3433
State: Illinois
Topic: Business
Price: $350.00

Fine ALS By Colonial Printer Isaiah Thomas Discussing The Printing of Sermons With A Scarce Free Frank as Postmaster of Worcester, Massachusetts

Isaiah Thomas (1749 – 1831). Colonial printer, the foremost of his day, publisher, helped Paul Revere warn of the British approach to Boston and served as a minuteman, founder of the American Antiquarian Society. Autograph Letter Signed, 1 ½ pages 4to, Worcester, Aug. 30, 1794 to Rev. Dr. Joseph Lathrop concerning the publication of his sermons. “…I lament I had not time to call on you. I shall immediately issue proposals for printing the second volume of your sermons, and will forward a number of them to you.” Fine, with the integral address leaf Free Franked by Thomas as Worcester’s first Postmaster, with a very rare straight line “Worcester Sept. 1” postmark. Lathrop, one of the most prominent Congregational ministers of his day, published seven volumes of sermons from 1796 to 1821, probably all printed by Thomas. Letters of Thomas are quite scarce.
Catalog: # AM-1768
State: Massachusetts
Topic: Early America
Price: $2400.00

Fine Letter Edward Augustus Holyoke Signed Debt Payment Confirmation

This letter was written by famous doctor Edward Augustus Holyoke in 1803 confirming payment of debts that were owed to him by one Aaron Wait for medicine and treatment. It is signed clearly by Holyoke. Holyoke is best known for his work with the smallpox epidemic. He allowed for Dr. Nathaniel Perkins to inoculate him with the disease and survived the treatment. Due to his survival, Holyoke was able to convince six hundred of his own patients to inoculated with only two of the patients dying. Essentially, Holyoke can be contributed with developing the first steps of a smallpox vaccine and later was able to further develop the vaccine. Transcript: "Salem M. Aarn Wait to E.A. Holyoke, From Oct 29, 1800 to Medicines administered and attendance to November 15, or his family. £3.11.18 December 24, 1803 received payment, E.A. Holyoke"
Catalog: # AM-1824
Price: $950.00

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