Framed signature and photograph of General Joseph Hooker with staff in 1863-64 winter quarters in Lookout Valley near Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Framed signature and photograph of General George G. Meade.
Group of Civil War photos including, a photo of General Philip Henry Sheridan, an engraving of Lloyd Garrison, an engraving of Horace Greely, an engraving of General Simon Cameron, and an engraving of Gideon Welles.
Framed signature of Union General John Eugene Smith with a photo and brief description of his wartime accomplishments.
Framed signature of Union General Thomas John Wood with a photo and brief description of his wartime accomplishments.
Army enlistment certificate dated February 26, 1864 for Uriah Meadwell, Springfield, Maine. Toward the end of the Civil War.
Black rimmed frame has Discharge Paper, dated September 10, 1863, for Private William Sherwood of Company D, 177th Regiment of New York Vol. Brown rimmed frame has Discharge Paper, dated January 5, 1865, for Private Elias McDonald of F Company, 50th Regiment of Indiana Inf.
Framed signature and engraving of Medal of Honor recipient Union General Oliver Otis Howard.
Framed typed letter dated November 11, 1901 from President Theodore Roosevelt. Addressed to Colonel Russell B. Harrison. President Roosevelt references a piece written about him by President Benjamin Harrison and expresses his appreciation toward President Harrison for backing his Presidential campaign.
Newspaper clipping from The Daily Evening Bulletin in Philadelphia, PA. Dated April 28, 1865. This clipping contains "The Death of Booth, the Assassin. Capture of his Accomplice, Harrold. Booth's Resistance. Interesting Details of the Affair."
Sharp signed photo of President Theodore Roosevelt made out to former President Benjamin Harrison.
Photograph of Theodore Roosevelt in his Rough Rider uniform with his signature nicely framed.
A framed handwritten letter signed, P. H. Sheridan Lieutenant General, respectfully declining a dinner invitation to the New England Society of Pennsylvania. includes a photo of General Sheridan.
Framed typed letter signed by Theodore Roosevelt dated February 23rd, 1918 and addressed to U.S. Senator Ernest Lundeen of Minnesota. Lundeen and Roosevelt debated via correspondence about patriotism, free speech, and disagreement in a democracy. This letter addresses a speech Lundeen made and sent to his district voters. Roosevelt infers that Lundeens actions were constitutional, however...