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21-Jun-1895 John Snyder 23-Jun-1934 Don Wilder 25-Jun-1915 Peter Hayes
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22-Jun-1962 Clyde Drexler 24-Jun-1933 Sam Jones 26-Jun-1943 Bill Robinson
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22-Jun-1958 Mike McDonald 25-Jun-1900 Louis Mountbatten 27-Jun-1937 Joseph Allen
22-Jun-1936 Kris Kristofferson 25-Jun-1925 June Lockhart 27-Jun-1943 Rico Petrocelli
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PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 04/02/1991:

Handwritten letter to Lydia "Hup" MacArthur, the widow of Peter MacArthur, who gave Reagan his first job as a 21 year old Sports Announcer in Davenport, Iowa, signed "Dutch"

Autograph Letter signed: "Dutch", 1 page, 6½x4¼. No place, 1991 April 2. To "Dear Hup" [Lydia MacArthur] on card printed with his name and Presidential seal. In full: "Thank you for sending the news story. Nancy & I both enjoyed it very much. Yes we would like to have been there but our travels and chores had us elsewhere. By the way if you are writing again sometime how about sending me Myrtles address? I've somehow lost it. Again thanks and out love to you." Ronald Reagan (1911-2004) had two careers: actor and politician. His first movie was Love is on the Air (1937) and his 53rd and last film was The Killers (1964). In 1965, he wrote his autobiography, Where's the Rest of Me?, a line from his role as Drake McHugh in King's Row (1942). Reagan left his job hosting television's Death Valley Days during the 1965-1966 season, when he entered politics. Read More...

Document 292104

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PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 04/02/1991

 
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JOHN "DUKE" WAYNE - BOOK SIGNED CIRCA 1924:

This extremely rare piece is a copy of actor John Wayne's 1924 yearbook from Glendale Union High School in Glendale, California. It shows the future Oscar winning actor as junior class vice-president and in football gear in the football section and is signed with his birth name Marion Morrison! Items signed with Wayne's birth name are both extremely rare and highly desirable!

Book signed "Marion/Morrison" on page 121, with other signatures in unknown hands. B/w, 228 pages, bound in brown paper covers. Titled: "Stylus/1924". This book is a copy of the 1924 Stylus yearbook from Glendale Union High School in Glendale, California. It's autographed by junior class vice-president John Wayne with his birth name, Marion Morrison, on the junior class introduction page on page 121. It also has an unsigned photo of him in football gear in football team section on page 159. Wayne (1907-1979, born Marion Michael Morrison in Winterset, Iowa) appeared in more films (over 250) than any other star. Read More...

Document 280767

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CLARA BARTON - DOCUMENT SIGNED 09/17/1906 CO-SIGNED BY: LOUIS A. STEBBINS, GENERAL W. H. SEARS, JOSEPH GARDNER, ENOLA LEE GARDNER:

Two years after her resignation from the "lifelong Presidency" of the American Red Cross amidst charges that she had diverted relief donations to personal uses, Barton, her lawyer, another Red Cross official and a wealthy contributor, sign an agreement to waive financial claims against each other.

Document Signed: "Clara Barton", "Joseph Gardner", "Enola Lee Gardner", "L.A. Stebbins" and "W.H. Sears", 1 page, 8½x13. No place, 1906 September 17. Joseph Gardner, his wife, Enola, L.A. Stebbins, W.H. Sears and Clara Barton declare that none of the parties have any claims against or any financial obligations to each other. In full: "WHEREAS, we, Joseph Gardner and Enola Lee Gardner his wife, and L.A. Stebbins and W.H. Sears, have in times past had diverse and sundry dealings with Miss Clara Barton, both individually and as President of the American National Red Cross; and WHEREAS, realizing the uncertainty of human life and desiring that no business transaction or matter involving property right, or any claim of any kind or character whatsoever held, or which at any time might be claimed to be held against Miss Clara Barton, either individually or as President of the American National Red Cross, or by her against us, shall become a matter of dispute, either during our lives or after we shall be dead: We, the undersigned, have this day met together in conference, and having gone over all past transactions carefully and in detail, have agreed and do hereby agree, in consideration of the premises, that none of us Joseph Gardner and Enola Lee Gardner his wife, and L.A. Stebbins and W.H. Sears, have any claim of any kind or character against Miss Clara Barton, either individually or as President of the American National Red Cross. Read More...

Document 27986

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CLARA BARTON - DOCUMENT SIGNED 09/17/1906 CO-SIGNED BY: LOUIS A. STEBBINS, GENERAL W. H. SEARS, JOSEPH GARDNER, ENOLA LEE GARDNER

 
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ORVILLE WRIGHT - DOCUMENT SIGNED 02/06/1945

ORVILLE WRIGHT - DOCUMENT SIGNED 02/06/1945:

Orville Wright signed this document in 1945 to lease 135 acres of farm and pastureland that he owned in Indiana. This document was signed three years before Wright's death and offers a look into how he paid his bills late in life.

Lease signed "Orville Wright" as Lessor. 2 pages, 8½x12¾, single-sided sheets, bound with two staples at top edge. Feb. 6, 1945. Wright signed this lease agreement to lease 135 acres of farm and pastureland in "Township 23 North", Indiana [possibly Fowlerton] to Clayton W. Dickerson of Jonesboro, Indiana. The lease's term was from March 1, 1945, to Feb. 28, 1946. Dickerson leased the farm - which included improvements like an orchard, garden lot and barn - for $6 per acre or a total of $810, paid in full to Wright on Sept. 1, 1945. This lease also laid out Dickerson's responsibilities. In short, he had to maintain the land and its buildings out of his own pocket and pay one-half the cost for seed and fertilizer and for threshing and hulling any crops, with Wright paying the other half. Wilbur (1867-1912, born near Millville, Indiana) and Orville (1871-1948, born in Dayton, Ohio) formed the Wright Cycle Company in 1892 and manufactured bicycles. The brothers designed and built the first motor-powered airplane and conducted its first successful flight on December 17, 1903 at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. Read More...

Document 279312

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PRESIDENT ZACHARY TAYLOR - MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT SIGNED 1/1834 CO-SIGNED BY: BRIGADIER GENERAL ROBERT CROOKE WOOD:

Taylor and his aide-de-Camp and son-in-law Wood, sign a requisition for cords of wood for the hospital at Fort Crawford (1834).

Manuscript Document Signed: "Z. Taylor Col/Comdg", 1 page, 8x9¾. Fort Crawford, 1834 January. Penned from Michigan Territory (now Wisconsin) on a sheet of paper headed: "Requisition for Eight Cords Wood for the Hospital at Fort Crawford for January 1834". Aide-de-Camp Robert Crooke Wood has signed a manuscript certification: "I Certify that the above Requisition is Correct and Just. R.C. Wood/a.Camp". Beneath Wood, Taylor has ordered and signed: "The Asst Quarter Master will issue the above". Wood has signed another manuscript receipt beneath Taylor's order: "Received of Lt J.B.W. Stockton Asst Quarter Master at Fort Crawford this 21st January 1834 Eight Cords Wood in full of the above Requisition". Wood has added in his own hand: "The last issue of wood to the Hospital at Fort Crawford was composed of a large proportion nearly one half of black oak, some cotton, which can hardly be considered merchantable wood-stores worthless". Read More...

Document 4813

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PRESIDENT ZACHARY TAYLOR - MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT SIGNED 1/1834 CO-SIGNED BY: BRIGADIER GENERAL ROBERT CROOKE WOOD

 
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MAJOR GENERAL GODFREY WEITZEL - EPHEMERA SIGNED 1861

MAJOR GENERAL GODFREY WEITZEL - EPHEMERA SIGNED 1861:

Pair of binoculars with case signed and war-dated in 1861 by Union Major Godfrey Weitzel. He served with the unit that guarded Abraham Lincoln during the 1861 presidential inauguration and later commanded the XXV Corps of U. S. Colored Troops during the First Battle of Fort Fisher. These binoculars were given to Weitzel by Lincoln, with impeccable provenance from the general himself!

Ephemera signed "President/Abraham/Lincoln/to/Godfrey/Weitzel/1861" inside case lid. 4¼x3x1¾ Galilean binoculars in 5x3½x2¼ leather case. Stamped inside lid in gold: "McAllister & Brother/728 Chestnut Street/Philadelphia". Weitzel served with the unit that guarded Abraham Lincoln during the 1861 presidential inauguration and helped build defenses in Washington, D. C. Lincoln gave these binoculars to him, and they have impeccable provenance from Weitzel himself. Read More...

Document 282924

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