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Marquis de Lafayette

The Marquis de Lafayette's historical documents and autograph letters are found in both French and English. Those autographs from America or in English are increasingly rare.

Sam Houston

General and President of the Republic of Texas. Houston's signature is large and distinct, and a staple of any Texicana collection.

John Tyler

The first vice president to assume the presidency upon the death of a president, his letters as President have become quite scarce.

Winfield Scott

General in the War of 1812 and Mexican War, presidential candidate. His good content autographs, letters and historical documents are uncommon.

Robert Frost

One of the most popular of American poets. His signed poems and verses sometimes appear in manuscript form in letters and in books.

Grover Cleveland

He was the only Democrat elected to the presidency in the era 1860-1912. His handwriting in his autograph letters signed is very small; his style is direct and the content thorough.

Louis XVI

The French monarch who presided over the French Revolution and eventually fell victim to it

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.

John J. Pershing

Commander of the United States Army in World War I. He rose to the highest rank ever held in the U.S. military, equivalent only to the posthumous rank of George Washington: General of the Armies.

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