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  • GEORGE D. AIKEN Senator of Vermont responds to a request to autograph a picture Typed Letter signed: "Geo D Aiken", 1p. 8x10½, Washington, D.C., 1974 October 24, to Mr. J. L. Pruett, Clute, Texas. In full: "Dear Mr. Pruitt: Your letter of October 17th is at hand.

    Sale Price $108.00

    $120.00

  • WILLIAM L. ALDEN Typed note signed by the American journalist upon his return to England Typed Note signed: "W. L. Alden", 1 page, 8x5. 61 Cloudesdale Road, Bulham [England], 1902 May 6.

    Sale Price $144.00

    $160.00

  • LAMAR ALEXANDER Card signed by a two-time Presidential candidate Autograph Note signed "Monet/Very Best/Lamar Alexander/1995". 6x4. Alexander, born in Maryville, Tennessee in 1940, was Governor

    Sale Price $90.00

    $100.00

  • LAMAR ALEXANDER Card signed by the 2002 Tennessee Senator Autograph Note signed "For Uncle/Best Wishes/Lamar Alexander/1998". 4x6. Alexander, born in Maryville, Tennessee in 1940, was governor

    Sale Price $90.00

    $100.00

  • MARYON PITTMAN ALLEN Handwritten note by the Alabama Senator, writing about The Lord's Prayer Autograph Note signed: "Mr. Friseat-/The 'saying' which guides me is: 'They Will Be Done'--part of the Lord's/Prayer. It was very hard for me to/ accept, but I have. Thank you for/writing./Maryon Allen/2-16-79 ", 6x4½.

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  • STEVENSON ARCHER The Maryland politician, later imprisoned for embezzlement as State Treasurer, signs an autograph letter as a member of Congress. Autograph Letter signed: "Stevenson Archer", 1 page, 4¾x8 lined writing paper attached to 5¼x8¼ green construction paper. Washington, D.C., 1873 May 5.

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    $420.00

  • HENRY F. ASHURST. Autograph Letter signed: "Henry Fountain Ashurst" 5x3 lined card. No place, 1948 October 14. To "Dear Mr Espey". In full: "You honor me by your request for my signature. Sincerely yours [signature] United States Senator, Arizona, 1912-1941".

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    $160.00

  • CHARLES G. ATHERTON Autograph Letter from the US Senate (1848) Autograph Letter signed: "C. G. Atherton" as US Senator, 1 page, 7¾x9¾. Washington City [D.C.], Senate U.S., 1848 July 19. To Henry C.

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    $280.00

  • John T. Averill, a U. S. Representative from Minnesota, wrote this letter on his paper business' stationery in 1873. In it, he answers the recipient's question of whether he was ever a member of the Minnesota State Legislature.

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    $240.00

  • NEWTON D. BAKER The Mayor and Secretary of War to Woodrow Wilson signs this note thanking a friend for his kind message Autograph note signed: "Newton D Baker" in black ink. 5¾x3¾. December 5, 1930. Written on letterhead of Baker, Hostetler & Sidlo. In full: "Thank you, my dear Mr.

    Sale Price $252.00

    $280.00

  • RAYMOND E. BALDWIN Typed Letter signed as Governor of Connecticut (1939) Typed Letter signed: "Raymond E. Baldwin" as Governor, 1p, 8½x11. Hartford, Connecticut, 1939 June 29. On official letterhead to Charles Whittelsey, Hartford, Connecticut.

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    $140.00

  • LARRY BALES [CHARLES]The Texas politician signed this letter from his office in Austin, Texas Typed Note Signed: “Larry Bales” in blue ink. 7¼x10½. One page. Dated February 23, 1973. Letterhead from the State of Texas House of Representatives.

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    $200.00

  • ALBEN W. BARKLEY Alben W. Barkley sends a typed letter as Senator to an autograph seeker. Typed Letter Signed: "Alben W. Barkley" as Senator, 1p, 8x6½ cut from a larger page, mounted to a sheet 8¼x7¼. (Washington), 1937 January 30. To Horace O. Tracy, Dayton, Ohio.

    Sale Price $162.00

    $180.00

  • W. KENNETH BARNESThe employee at the Texas House of Representatives signed this letter Typed Letter Signed: “W. Kenneth Barnes”. 8½x11. Dated June 1, 1972. One page. In Full: “Thanks for your letter requesting Speaker Price's autograph. / Mr.

    Sale Price $72.00

    $80.00

  • BIRCH BAYHThe politician pens a note to an admirer on this index card Autograph Note signed: "My best to Danny!/ Birch Bayh" in brown felt tip, 5x3. Newspaper clipping, 3½x2, announcing one of Bayh's speaking engagements included. Birch Bayh (1928-2019) was a 3-term U.S.

    Sale Price $108.00

    $120.00

  • BIRCH BAYHSigned autograph note to a "Birthday Boy," below which a magazine photo of him is attached Autograph Note signed: "Birch Bayh", 1p, 7x9¼. No place, 1970 February 11.

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    $120.00

  • ELMER A. BENSON. ANS: "Elmer A. Benson", 1p, 3½x4¾. No date, no place. In full: "You have honored me by requesting my autograph. I wish you success." Irregular upper edge. Fine condition. Accompanied by original mailing envelope, 9½x4.

    Sale Price $108.00

    $120.00

  • LLOYD M. BENTSEN, JR. Typed note on United States Senate stationery signed by Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr, U. S. Senator and Representative from Texas. Accompanied by an unsigned b/w headshot of Bentsen. Typed note signed "Lloyd Bentsen" as United States Senator in blue ink. 1 page, 5¼x8, on United States Senate stationery.

    Sale Price $144.00

    $160.00

  • FRANCIS BIDDLE He pens a note on this 5x3 card, dated in 1948 Autograph Note Signed: "For W.W. Espy Jr./from/Francis Biddle/September 10, 1948", 5x3 lined card. Biddle was FDR's Solicitor General (1940-1941) and Attorney General (1941-1945). From 1945-1946, he was a U.S. judge at the trial of war criminals at Nuremberg.

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    $140.00

  • NICHOLAS BIDDLE. Promissory Note signed: "N Biddle" as President of the Bank of the United States, 9¼x4¼. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1837 February 20, No. 1440. Partly printed on thick paper.

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    $700.00

  • HUGO L. BLACK Supreme Court Justice Hugo L. Black signed this card in Washington, D. C. in 1948 "with good wishes" and his term as U. S. Senator from Alabama. Autograph note signed: "To/M.W. Espy, Jr. with good wishes/from/Hugo L. Black/U.S. Senator from Alabama/ March 1927 to August 1937/Washington, D C/Nov. 8' 1948".

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    $260.00

  • WILLIAM J. BLYTHE, JR. Blythe signed this note in blue ink on a letter from J. L Pruett, a teacher for the mentally retarded. Pruett has asked in 1972 for Blythe's autograph so that he could use it as a teaching aid. Autograph note double signed "William J Blythe Jr." and "WJB", both in blue ink.

    Sale Price $72.00

    $80.00

  • LEE BOWMANThe debonair actor wishes a fan better health on this 5x3 card Autograph Note signed: "To Tom/ I hope as the days/ pass you'll feel better/ your friend/ Lee Bowman", in blue ink, 5x3. Stage and screen actor

    Sale Price $162.00

    $180.00

  • LEE BOWMAN Signed autograph note on a 5x3 card Autograph Note signed: "My dear Ray,/Thanks for asking and here/it is - from your friend/Lee Bowman", 5x3 card. Accompanied by candid photo showing Bowman with radio/television host George Sanders.

    Sale Price $180.00

    $200.00

  • JOHN BRICKER Handwritten note on United States Senate letterhead signed by the Senator from Ohio Autograph Note signed: "To Ralph E Ward All good luck to you - always. Sincerely John Bricker", 1 page, 8x10½ U.S. Senate letterhead, Washington, D.C., no date.

    Sale Price $108.00

    $120.00

  • JOHN BRICKER The Governor of Ohio signs his autograph on a 4¾x3 card Signature: "John Bricker" as Governor of Ohio, 4¾x3 card. Embossed seal at upper left. Columbus, Ohio, no date. With printed text reading: "In response to your request. I take pleasure,/in attaching my autograph.

    Sale Price $108.00

    $120.00

  • RONALD BRIDGES The former State Senator from Texas signs a note to a teacher Autograph note signed: "To Mr. Pruett/and his state/government class-/with best wishes/Ronald Bridges/Senator, 20th District/State of Texas" in blue felt. 5x8. Ronald Bridges (1932-1989) was a state Senator who represented the 20th District of the Texas legislature.

    Sale Price $72.00

    $80.00

  • EDWARD W. BROOKE III He signs in black felt tip on this 3x2 page Autograph Note Signed: "To/Eric/[illegible]/Edward W. Brooke III", 3x2 page. Edward W. Brooke III (1919-2015) was Attorney General of Massachusetts for two terms (1963-1967) before being elected to two terms in the US Senate (1967-1979).

    Sale Price $126.00

    $140.00

  • B. GRATZ BROWN. ANS: "B. Gratz Brown", 1p, 5¼x2½. In full: "Subjoined please find/autograph./Yours Truly". Former U.S. Senator and Governor of Missouri, Benjamin Gratz Brown was the unsuccessful Democratic candidate for Vice President in 1872.

    Sale Price $180.00

    $200.00

  • THOMAS BROWN Handwritten note from the close of a letter Autograph Note signed: "Otherwise. With kindest regards to/Mrs. McLish, I remain/my dear Sir/yours faithfully/Thomas Brown", 4½x2¼. Thomas Brown (1785-1867), formerly a Virginia and Florida legislator, became Florida's second Governor (1849-1853).

    Sale Price $108.00

    $120.00

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