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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.

James K. Polk

He engineered the Mexican War and saw it through to victory. His interesting letters are quite uncommon.

Ralph Waldo Emerson

Transcendentalist founder who encouraged a generation of American authors, from Thoreau to Whitman. Of particular interest are autographs relating to his ideology and well known works.

Eleanor Roosevelt

Eleanor Roosevelt autographs are often warm letters, some of which refer to her husband's attitudes towards life and response to his illness and the pressures of his job. Her humanitarian work can...

Dwight D. Eisenhower

Autographs of Ike are obtainable from throughout his lifetime, with those from during World War II and his presidency generally being most desirable. He could write long, thoughtful and frank...

Charles Lindbergh

First man to fly the Atlantic. Charles Lindbergh autographs can be found as letters and signed photographs, which are often very attractive.

Rutherford B. Hayes

During his presidency, a telephone came to the White House and a typewriter was installed. His autograph letters cover a wide range of topics and can be interesting and revealing.

West Point

Autographs related to America's famed military academy

Woodrow Wilson

Leader in WWI, he set a tone of idealism in American foreign policy. He typed many of his own policy papers and letters as President, using a small typewriter. Autograph letters and historical...

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