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Horace Greeley Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

HORACE GREELEY
Born: February 3, 1811 in Amherst, New Hampshire
Died: November 29, 1872 in Pleasantville, New York
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HORACE GREELEY founded the "New York Tribune" in 1841 and edited it until his death. He served in Congress to fill a vacancy (December 4, 1848-March 3, 1849) and was a friend and supporter of Lincoln. Greeley was the unsuccessful nominee of the Liberal Republican and Democratic parties for President against President Grant in 1872, dying on November 29, 1872, just 24 days after the election.
  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER DOUBLE SIGNED 03/04/1867  - HFSID 1797
    Handwritten letter from Greeley speaking of several accounts he manages, saying he does not know one of the account holders personally, and that he was trying to convey the amount of work he does to the recipient's associates. Dated 1867 and signed twice!

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  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 01/03/1864  - HFSID 177257
    HORACE GREELEY Civil War-dated ALS seeking to repay a debt of $30 Autograph Letter signed: "Horace Greeley", 1 page, 5x8. New York, N.Y., 1864 January 3. On N. Y. Tribune letterhead to Abner Bentford [?], in full: "I believe you paid $30 for the dinner to Prof.

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  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 01/13/1854  - HFSID 286517
    HORACE GREELEY ALS accepting a donation "for the Poor of our City" from an upstate minister Autograph Letter signed: "Horace Greeley", one page, 4¾x7¼ folded, 9½x7¼ open flat. New York, 1854 January 13. To Reverend M. M. Fisk, Potsdam, New York.

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  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 01/18/1870  - HFSID 264408
    HORACE GREELEY. Autograph Letter signed: "Horace Greeley", 1 p, folded to 5x5¾. On letterhead of New York Tribune. New York, 1870 January 18. To "Dear Sir". In full: "The bearer is my friend H. L. Stuart Esq.

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  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 02/25/1867  - HFSID 1795
    Horace Greely wrote this letter on New York Tribune stationery in 1867 to advise the recipient against publishing a book: "I judge that no one can afford to print his book who cannot evade a judgment." Greeley was the founder and editor of the Tribune.

    Sale Price $595.00

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  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 02/26/1867  - HFSID 1777
    Horace Greeley wrote this letter on New York Tribune stationery in 1867 about investing in beet sugar: "I don't know about immediate money-making thereby; but I feel very sure that we shall soon be wishing Beet Sugar by millions of pounds". Greeley was the founder and editor of the Tribune.

    Sale Price $510.00

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  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 03/09/1864  - HFSID 1786
    HORACE GREELEY Horace Greeley wrote this letter on New York Tribune stationery in 1864 to discuss the distribution of unidentified specimens. Greeley was the founder and editor of the New York Tribune. Autograph letter signed "Horace Greeley". 2 pages, 5¼x8, on New York Tribune stationery. March 9, 1864.

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  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 03/16/1868  - HFSID 1799
    HORACE GREELEY Horace Greeley sends an autograph letter about hoping the coming generation does not have to "struggle for Liberty and Equality". Autograph Letter Signed: "Horace Greeley", 1p, 4½x7. New York, 1868 June 16. To an unnamed "Young Friend".

    Sale Price $450.00

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  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 03/26/1861  - HFSID 1780
    At a moment of extreme tension following South Carolina's secession but before the bombardment of Fort Sumter, Greeley disputes the origin of a letter written from Charleston, since the Tribune's reporters had been "driven away" from that city.

    Sale Price $765.00

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  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 04/05/1858  - HFSID 46944
    HORACE GREELEY. ALS: "Horace Greeley", 2p, 5¼x8 (front and verso). New York, 1858 April 5. To Col. S.R. Curtis M.C. In part: "Two radical changes seem to me indispensable if our government is ever again to be honest and free, viz 1.

    Sale Price $680.00

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  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 04/07/1864  - HFSID 1783
    HORACE GREELEY Horace Greeley wrote this letter on New York Tribune stationery in 1864 about the publication of a book on Texas. Greeley was the founder and editor of the New York Tribune. Autograph letter signed "Horace Greeley". 2 pages, 5x8, 1 sheet, front and verso, on New York Tribune stationery. April 7, 1864.

    Sale Price $680.00

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  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 04/08/1861  - HFSID 1781
    HORACE GREELEY Horace Greeley sends an autograph letter stating that he cannot ask for more appointments in the new Lincoln administration. Autograph Letter Signed: "Horace Greeley", 1p, 5x8. Office of the Tribune, New York, 1861 April 8. To F.H. Upton, Esq., 82 Broadway, New York City.

    Sale Price $450.00

    $500.00

  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 04/09/1864  - HFSID 1784
    HORACE GREELEY Horace Greeley wrote this letter from New York in 1864 to settle details on the publishing of a fairly hefty book. Greeley was the founder and editor of the New York Tribune. Autograph letter signed "Horace Greeley". 1 page, 4¾x7¾, ruled paper. New York,April 9, 1864. Addressed to O.

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  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 04/21  - HFSID 177258
    HORACE GREELEY Horace Greeley wrote this letter to say that he would review the recipients' notes when he met him. Greeley was the founder and editor of the New York Tribune. Autograph letter signed "Horace Greeley". 1 page, 7x9¾. Roscoe House, Boston, Massachusetts, written "Wednesday, 21st April, Noon.".

    Sale Price $510.00

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  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 04/21/1856  - HFSID 87601
    HORACE GREELEY. ALS: "Horace Greeley/154 Nassau St", 1p, 4½x7. New York, 1856 April 21. To Albany Tile Works, Albany. In full: "Please send me by Harlem Railroad to Chappaqua, Westchester Co. N.Y. 500 smallest size Sole tile, 500 next larger [Sole tile] Send bill to Tribune Office, N.Y.

    Sale Price $510.00

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  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 04/22/1866  - HFSID 1792
    HORACE GREELEY Horace Greeley wrote this letter on New York Tribune stationery in 1866 to turn down an invitation to speak at a fair. Greeley was the founder and editor of the New York Tribune. Autograph letter signed "Horace Greeley". Pencil notations on verso in unknown hand. 1 page, 5x8¼, on New York Tribune stationery.

    Sale Price $510.00

    $600.00

  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 04/23/1865  - HFSID 1787
    Horace Greeley wrote this letter on New York Tribune stationery in 1865 regarding someone that he thought would be "a very fit and worthy person to be a trustee of the great college". Greeley was the founder and editor of the Tribune.

    Sale Price $595.00

    $700.00

  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 06/14/1860  - HFSID 15488
    Greeley handwrote, signed and dated this letter to J. H. Fowler in New York in 1860. In it, he rips the work of abolitionist and anarchist Lysander Spooner and an article by Fowler, which he called "a clear imitation of Spooner".

    Sale Price $680.00

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  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 06/17/1868  - HFSID 1800
    Horace Greeley wrote this letter on New York Tribune stationery in 1868 to U. S. Senator Henry Bowen Anthony to protest the scandalous manner in which the crowds of the late World's Exposition at Paris were persecuted by paid officials of our government purposes of jobbery and puffery." Greeley was the founder and editor of the Tribune.

    Sale Price $680.00

    $800.00

  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 07/22/1860  - HFSID 1798
    Horace Greely wrote this letter to an autograph hunter on New York Tribune stationery: "The fact that a man's Autograph is sought du-ring his life offered proof presumptive that he is not a great man." Greeley was the founder and editor of the New York Tribune.

    Sale Price $510.00

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  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 08/05/1839  - HFSID 46064
    HORACE GREELEY.ALS (twice): "Horace Greeley" and "H.G.", 2½p, front and verso, 7¾x10. New York, 1839 August 5. With integral leaf addressed by Greeley. To Augustus S. Porter, Detroit, Michigan.

    Sale Price $765.00

    $900.00

  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 08/06/1867  - HFSID 1796
    HORACE GREELEY Horace Greely wrote this letter on stationery of the New York Constitutional Convention in 1867 to request an overdue statement. Greeley was the founder and editor of the New York Tribune. Autograph letter signed "Horace Greeley". Black ink in top left corner and on verso, both in unknown hand.

    Sale Price $595.00

    $700.00

  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 08/17/1867  - HFSID 1801
    THE CHAMPION OF MORALISTIC IDEALS WRITES OF OVERCOMING EVIL   HORACE GREELEY. ALS: "Horace Greeley", 1p, 4¾x5¾ ruled sheet. Albany, New York, 1867 August 17. To unknown recipient. Begins: "My friend".

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  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 09/10/1865  - HFSID 1788
    HORACE GREELEY Horace Greeley wrote this letter of recommendation on New York Tribune stationery in 1865. Greeley was the founder and editor of the Tribune. Autograph letter signed "Horace Greeley". Pencil notations at top edge in unknown hand. 1 page, 5x7, on New York Tribune stationery. Sept. 10, 1865.

    Sale Price $595.00

    $700.00

  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 10/11/1864  - HFSID 100417
    1872: HORACE GREELEY (Lost to Grant) He is running as a Lincoln presidential elector and is too absorbed in the election to "think of little elsee". ALS: "Horace Greeley", 1p, 5x8. Office of The Tribune, New York, 1864 October 11. To Mrs. Laura Bowe.

    Sale Price $595.00

    $700.00

  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 10/19/1865  - HFSID 1791
    HORACE GREELEY To the Secretary of the Interior recommending a promotion. Autograph Letter Signed: "Horace Greeley", 1p, 5x8. Office of the Tribune, New York, 1865 October 19. To Hon. James Harlan, Sec. Interior. In full: "Dr. W.C.

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    $600.00

  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 11/05/1851  - HFSID 154925
    HORACE GREELEY Horace Greeley wrote this letter in 1851 to ask the recipient to for $50 worth of quicksilver. Greeley was the founder and editor of the New York Tribune. Autograph letter signed "Horace Greeley". 1 page, 6½x9¼, on ruled paper. Tribune Office, New York City, Nov. 5, 1851.

    Sale Price $510.00

    $600.00

  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 11/19/1870  - HFSID 288137
    HORACE GREELEY Handwritten employment recommendation for the bearer, who "was rather wild in his youth" but "has married, sobered down to work". Written on New York Tribune letterhead. Autograph Letter signed: "Horace Greeley", 1 page, 5x7. New York, 1870 November 19. On New York Tribune letterhead to "Sir".

    Sale Price $510.00

    $600.00

  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 11/26/1866  - HFSID 1789
    Horace Greeley wrote this letter on New York Tribune stationery in 1866 to give the recipient political advice: "You don't know how many and bitter are the new enemies of Protection, who say the manufacturers are too greedy, &c. We must reason with these, not boil at them." Greeley was the founder and editor of the New York Tribune.

    Sale Price $680.00

    $800.00

  • HORACE GREELEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 11/26/1868  - HFSID 84342
    HORACE GREELEY Horace Greeley wrote this letter on New York Tribune stationery in 1868 to turn down an invitation. Greeley was the founder and editor of the Tribune. Accompanied by original mailing envelope. Autograph letter signed "Horace Greeley.". Pencil notations near bottom edge in unknown hand.

    Sale Price $510.00

    $600.00

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