JOHN ENDECOTT This exceedingly rare document is from the very earliest history of the American colonies and Massachusetts! It's a five-line complaint signed by John Endecott, colonial governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, in Marblehead, Massachusetts in1649. Documents from this early in American history are rarely seen outside of private collections and are highly desirable! Framed to 10x6½ in a gold-colored frame with cream-colored matte. Document signed "Jo: Endecott Gov.". Brown ink and lead pencil notations in top left corner and at left edge. 1 page, 5½x1¼. Framed to 10x6½ in a gold-colored frame with cream-colored matte. Marblehead, Massachusetts, April 24, 1649. Five-line complaint. Endecott (c. 1588-1665), also spelled "Endicott", was a colonial governor (1629-1630, 1644-1645, 1649-1650, 1651-1654 and 1655-1664) and deputy governor (1641-1644, 1650-1651 and 1654-1655) of the Massachusetts Bay Colony in the New World. Endecott arrived with 60 other settlers in the Naumkeag, future site of Salem, Massachusetts and already settled by seceders from the Plymouth colony, led by Roger Conant. read more...
U.S. Politicians / Government Employees | Questionaires
HIRAM L. FONG Hawaii's first U.S. Senator says the person he most admires is George Washington. Questionnaire signed: "Hiram L Fong", 7x4 printed questionnaire. Judge Advocate of the Seventh Fighter Command of the Seventh U.S. Air Force with rank of Major (1942-1945), Hiram L. Fong was Hawaii's first U.S. read more...
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HIRAM L. FONG Hawaii's first U.S. Senator says the person his favorite animal is a horse. Questionnaire signed: "Hiram L Fong", 7x4 printed questionnaire. Judge Advocate of the Seventh Fighter Command of the Seventh U.S. Air Force with rank of Major (1942-1945), Hiram L. Fong was Hawaii's first U.S. Senator, serving from 1959-1977. read more...
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TIMOTHY O. HOWE He fills out and signs a 40-question survey, giving flippant answers to most of the questions Questionnaire Signed: "T. O. Howe", 2 pages (front and verso), 7x8¼. No place, 1871 October 8. Printed personal questionnaire, filled out in ink by Howe. read more...
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WILLIAM J. "PETE" KNIGHT A questionnaire filled out by the X-15 pilot, citing his favorite food as 'steak' and his favorite film as The Quiet Man Questionnaire signed: "Wm J Knight", 6½x3¾ card. read more...
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Questionnaire printed by the U. S. Treasury Department in 1826 regarding the growth and manufacture of silk in Connecticut and signed by Secretary of the Treasury Richard Rush. He was U. S. Attorney General under Presidents James Madison and James Monroe, Secretary of the Treasury under President John Quincy Adams, U. S. Minister to Great Britain and France and, for seven months in 1817, Acting Secretary of State under Monroe. read more...
Sale Price $488.75