U.S. Cabinet Members - Postmaster General | Other
COMMERCE and LABOR: FIRSTS. Comprises: (1) GEORGE B. CORTELYOU. First Secretary of Commerce and Labor (1903-04). TLS: "Geo. B. Cortelyou", 1p, 5½x6¾. Washington, D.C., 1904 July 2. To Lucien L. Bonheur, New York City, thanking him for his "words of congratulation" upon leaving office.
Sale Price $488.75
JOHN A.J. CRESWELL The U.S. Postmaster General under President Ulysses S. Grant signs on this engraved image in ink Engraving signed: "Jno. A. J. Creswell". B/w, 5¾x7¾ overall, image portion 3x4½ with 1¾x2¼ portrait (two surfaces). Imprinted beneath photograph: "John A.J. Creswell,/Postmaster General,/1869.
Sale Price $658.75
JAMES A. FARLEY. Special Cover signed: "James A Farley" as Postmaster General, 6½x3¾. Cover for the dedication of the "New Post Office Building At Rome, N.Y.", block of four 7-cent Washington stamps and two 3-cent Washington stamps affixed, postmarked Rome, N.Y., February 6, 1937.
Sale Price $108.00
The Founding Father of the United States whose diplomatic efforts convinced France to side with the United States during the Revolutionary War is depicted in this unsigned 5½x8¾ engraving
Sale Price $126.00
Accused by the New York Times of complicity in a major bank scandal, the failure of the Keystone National Bank of Philadelphia (looted of its assets by bank executives, who went to prison), Wanamaker penned this 7-page defense of his conduct!
Sale Price $765.00