Buying and Selling Important Historical Autographs and Documents. Raab is an internationally recognized name for historical autographs and documents, providing a focus on quality and significance. The Raab Collection is helping build some of the great historical document collections, both public and private, and works with the descendants of notable historical families to find their legacies new homes. Historical documents on display around the country come from our collection and those of our clients. We regularly appear in major international media outlets.
President John F. Kennedy Accepts the Resignation of His Soviet Ambassador to Bring Him Back as His Key National Security Advisor on Soviet Affairs
Vice President Richard M. Nixon Is Proud of the “Magnificent” American Efforts “to discharge American responsibility in meeting the needs of the Hungarian refugees” After the Revolution of 1956
Albert Einstein Helps Noted Yiddish Literary Figure Samuel Lewin, Who Had Predicted the Holocaust and Fled to the United States From Nazi Germany
Gen. Ulysses S. Grant's Report to Washington: He Is Ordering Troops to the Defense of the Nation's Capital During Jubal Early's Confederate Raid in July 1864
President Abraham Lincoln Intervenes on Behalf of a Soldier, Ordering Him to Be "honorably discharged"
"Four Score and Seven Years Ago": A Rare First Printing of the Gettysburg Address, from the Closest Major Newspaper to the Event
During the Battle of Britain in 1940, Winston Churchill Donates a Signed Copy of His Memoirs to Benefit Sick and Wounded Soldiers of World War II
Less Than One Month After Pearl Harbor, President and Commander in Chief Franklin D. Roosevelt Enlists Veterans in Defending the Homeland From Another Attack
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The Creation of the Kennedy Center
An Original Pen Used to Sign the Kennedy Center Act
Given to Kennedy Aide Kenneth O'Donnell by President Johnson After JFK's Assassination; Acquired from the direct descendants of Kenneth O'Donnell and never before offered for sale
The Kennedys and Christmas 1963
The White House Christmas Gift For 1963, Signed by John and Jacqueline Kennedy, and Inscribed to Their Close Friend
A very rare signed picture of an engraving of the White House, with the statue of Andrew Jackson at front
Susan B. Anthony
Susan B. Anthony Finances Efforts to Increase the Membership of Her National American Woman Suffrage Association
She demands that some of these funds being held by the Woman's Christian Temperance Union be paid to an activist “organizing Equal Suffrage societies”