Civil War - Union | Quotations
GENERAL BENJAMIN F. BUTLER Quotation from Alfred, Lord Tennyson's poem Maud, signed and dated by Union Civil War General Benjamin F. Butler in 1878 Autograph quotation signed "Benj. F. Butler/Mass/Aug. 9th 1878". Pencil notations at bottom edge in unknown hand. 1 page, 6½x8. read more...
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The rider known as "heartless" and who murdered thousands of buffalos pens his signature on this 4¼x2 card. Accompanied with a 3¾x5 black and white photograph of himself! read more...
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NEAL DOW Neal Dow signs an autograph quotation. Autograph quotation signed: "Neal Dow", 1p, 4½x7. 1895 March 20, on a sheet headed "The Autograph Collection of Howes Norris, Jr.". read more...
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WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON The social reformer signed this handwritten quote espousing his opposition to slavery Autograph Quotation signed: "Wm. Lloyd Garrison", 4¾x2¼ lined sheet. read more...
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WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON Piece of white paper signed "Liberty for each, for all, and for ever!" by the abolitionist in 1868 Autograph quotation signed "Liberty for each, for all, and/for ever!/Wm. Lloyd Garrison." Boston, Feb. 26, 1868. read more...
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WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON Signed quotation of the social reformer who fought against slavery with his pen, dated 1874 Autograph quotation signed "Liberty for each, for all, and/for ever!/Wm. Lloyd Garrison./Boston, August 27, 1874." 7½x4¾ album leaf with rounded corners on right edge. read more...
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JULIA WARD HOWE Howe handwrote, signed and dated this quotation in Boston in 1860, two years before The Atlantic Monthly published her Battle Hymn of the Republic. Autograph quote signd "Julia Ward Howe.". 1 page, 8x5. Boston, Massachusetts, March 18, 1860. read more...
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JULIA WARD HOWE She writes, signs and dates the first two lines of "Battle Hymn of the Republic" on a book plate, which is affixed to the inside cover of her book, Later Lyrics. Autograph quotation signed: "Mine eyes have seen the glory/of the coming of the Lord./Julia Ward Howe./May 9th 1898. read more...
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JULIA WARD HOWE A year and a half before her death, she penned and signed this verse. Autograph Quotation signed: "Julia Ward Howe.", 5¼x3½. In full: "The veriest churl/May be an Earl/With blazon broad and high;/And Hodge may hold/A heart of gold/that empires would not buy. read more...
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JULIA WARD HOWE She writes "High Thought makes High Life" and signs a 4¾x2¾ card. Autograph Quotation signed: "High Thought/makes High Life./Julia Ward Howe/April 1892", 4¾x2¾ card. read more...
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JULIA WARD HOWE The author of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" handwrites and signs a patriotic epigram Autograph Quotation Signed: "Julia Ward Howe", 1 page, 5¼x4. No place, 1896 May. In full: "Love your Country. You can build up for her one faithful son and servant. read more...
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HENRY B. PEIRCE Signed as the Bay State's Secretary of State in 1878, with the motto, "God save the Commonwealth of Massachusetts." Autograph Sentiment signed: "Henry B. Peirce/Secretary/God save the Commonwealth of Massachusetts/April 1878", 6½x4 paper. Henry B. read more...
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STEPHEN C. ROWAN The highly accomplished Navy Vice Admiral who served in The Mexican American War and Civil War signs this quote about listening to reason to steer one's course Autograph quotation signed: "S.C. Rowan/Vice Admiral" in black ink. 5x7¾. Washington, March 1886. read more...
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SOL SMITH RUSSELL Autograph Quotation signed: "Sol Smith Russell/1886", 4¼x3½ card. He has written a quote from Shakespeare's Macbeth: "The poor player who struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more. read more...
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BRIGADIER GENERAL FRANCIS A. WALKER The economist who was a major proponent of bimetallism signed this handwritten quotation in ink Autograph Quotation Signed: "Francis A. Walker". One page. 4¼x6¼. Boston, Dated June 2, 1887. read more...
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LOYD WHEATON. AQS: "Loyd Wheaton/Major General U.S.A.", 1p, 8½x5¼. Chicago, Ill., 1911 March 27. In full: "'To urge the reduction of the armaments of one's country while those of other powers increases invites the destruction of the government and the subordination of the fatherland. read more...
Sale Price $378.00