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BLANCHE K. BRUCE Washington D. C. deed signed by former slave and Senator Blanche K. Bruce as the city's Recorder of Deeds in 1890 Deed signed "B. K. Bruce" as Recorder of Deeds for the District of Columbia on cover docket panel. Black ink and lead pencil notations in unknown hand.
Sale Price $360.00
BLANCHE K. BRUCE The first Black American to have his signature printed on US currency signs here as Recorder of Deeds for the District of Columbia. Deed signed: "B. K. Bruce" as Recorder of Deeds, 5 pages, 3½x8½ folded, 8½x14 open-flat. District of Columbia, 1890 July 18.
Sale Price $324.00
RALPH J. BUNCHE Ralph J. Bunche signs a philatelic envelope honoring the Fifth Birthday of the United Nations. Philatelic Envelope signed: "Ralph J. Bunche", 6½x3¾. Cover honoring the
Sale Price $180.00
RALPH J. BUNCHE Ralph J. Bunche signs a block of four United States 6-cent air mail stamps. Stamps signed: "Ralph J. Bunche", 3x2. Block of four United States 6-cent air mail stamps. Ralph J. Bunche, (1904-1971) who joined the United Nations in 1946, was chief U.N.
Sale Price $144.00
JOE LOUIS CLARKSigning a copy of an article about his conflict with the Paterson, N.J. school board, he attributes success to "pertinacity". Magazine Article inscribed and signed: "Mr. Salaki,/Pertinacity is the essence/of success! Joe Clark", 1 page, 7¾x10¼.
Sale Price $81.00