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Historical Autographs in all Categories. Refresh to see a new set of faces. Or browse the list of historical figures below. You can also find Presidential Autographs, Civil War historical documents, and other categories by hovering above "Buying" above

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Martin Van Buren

Van Buren's signed letters are often brief but can be quite blunt. He used secretaries in his legal practice and then again at the end of his life.

Thomas Edison

Perhaps the most noted inventor, autographs relating to his scientific work or inventions are the most desirable. His signed photographs, because of his beautiful signature, can be wonderful as well.

Franklin D. Roosevelt

FDR's autographs, letters and historical documents are often interesting, and reflect his leadership and the crises he faced, especially the Depression and World War II.

Herbert Hoover

A noted humanitarian, his pre-presidential signed letters can be lengthy and relate to his work and philosophy. Interesting letters signed as President are uncommon.

Marie Curie

Autographs of this Nobel Prize winning chemist famous for her pioneering research on radioactivity are very uncommon.

Robert Kennedy

United States Attorney General from 1961 to 1964 and a US Senator from New York from 1965 until his assassination in 1968.

Benjamin Harrison

Harrison's law firm was an early user of the typewriter, so typed letters with the earliest dates are usually his. He sent both typed and autograph letters as President.

James A. Garfield

Assassinated after just months in office. His letter writing was cut short by his death, so his autographs as President are uncommon.

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