Timothy O. Howe Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles
Died: March 25, 1883 in Washington, District of Columbia
TIMOTHY O. HOWE - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 87203TIMOTHY O. HOWE His ink signature on this 3½x2 card Signature: "Timo. O.Howe", 3½x2 card. Timothy Otis Howe (1816-1883), a Republican, represented Wisconsin in the US Senate for three terms (1861-1879). An abolitionist, he supported stringent Reconstruction in the South and voted for the removal of President Andrew Johnson.
Sale Price $126.00
TIMOTHY O. HOWE - AUTOGRAPH 07/29/1882 - HFSID 49266TIMOTHY O. HOWE His signature in ink on this 3½x2 card, dated in 1882! Signature: "Timothy O. Howe/July-29-1882", 3½x2 card. Timothy Otis Howe (1816-1883), a Republican, represented Wisconsin in the US Senate for three terms (1861-1879).
Sale Price $81.00
TIMOTHY O. HOWE - AUTOGRAPH 07/29/1882 - HFSID 49307TIMOTHY O. HOWE His signature in ink on this 3½x2 card, dated in 1882! Signature: "Timo O. Howe/July 29, 1882" as Arthur's Postmaster General, 3½x2¼ card. U.S. Senator from Wisconsin (1861-1879), Republican Timothy O. Howe served as a commissioner for the purchase of the Black Hills territory from the Indians.
Sale Price $81.00
TIMOTHY O. HOWE - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED 05/02/1873 - HFSID 3195TIMOTHY O. HOWE He expresses he was part of the Maine Legislature during 1845 Autograph Note Signed: "T.O. Howe," 1p, 5x8. Green Bay, Wis., 1873 May 2.In full: "I was a member of the Maine Legislature during the Winter of 1845.
Sale Price $180.00
TIMOTHY O. HOWE - QUESTIONNAIRE SIGNED 10/08/1871 - HFSID 17428TIMOTHY 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.
Sale Price $414.00
CHARLES J. FOLGER - AUTOGRAPH 03/06/1883 CO-SIGNED BY: TIMOTHY O. HOWE - HFSID 174879ARTHUR'S CABINET. Signatures: "Chas. J. Folger/Secy Treasy/Washington, D.C./Mch 6, 1883" and "Tim. O. Howe/Post Master General", 1p, 7x9. CHARLES J. FOLGER was Secretary of the Treasury (1881-1884) and TIMOTHY O. HOWE was Postmaster General (1881-1883 death) in Chester A.
Sale Price $162.00
WILLIAM M. STEWART - DOCUMENT SIGNED 01/16/1868 CO-SIGNED BY: FREDERICK T. FRELINGHUYSEN, JAMES K. MOORHEAD, SAMUEL C. POMEROY, ALEXANDER RAMSEY, HENRY B. ANTHONY, TIMOTHY O. HOWE, WILLIAM H. HOOPER, MAJOR GENERAL NATHANIEL P. BANKS, BENJAMIN F. WADE, GEORGE H. WILLIAMS, MAJOR GENERAL JOHN M. THAYER, MAJOR GENERAL BENJAMIN F. BUTLER, ZACHARIAH CHANDLER, CORNELIUS COLE, JAMES W. PATTERSON, OLIVER P. MORTON, HENRY W. CORBETT, GEORGE M. CHILCOTT, WILLIAM HIGBY, COLES BASHFORD, JOSE F. CHAVES, LEWIS SELYE, ALEXANDER G. CATTELL, JACOB M. HOWARD, GOVERNOR JAMES W. NYE, DELOS R. ASHLEY, EDMUND G. ROSS - HFSID 285755Signatures of 18 Senators, 6 Representatives, and 4 territorial delegates on a manuscript document ordering copies of a Senate speech delivered one month before the House voted to impeach President Andrew Johnson. Many of these signers, including Benjamin Wade, Benjamin Butler and Oliver Morton, were of great importance in the Civil War and Reconstruction eras.
Sale Price $6,800.00