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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.

Zachary Taylor

Hero of the Mexican War who, as president, sought a solution to the slavery controversy. His letters are straight shooting and high-toned, though because of his short time in office, those as...

Daniel Webster

Vice President under John Taylor, famed 19th century politician

Walt Whitman

One of the world's most prophetic literary minds, Whitman's autographs are uncommon, particularly those relating to his work or achievements.

John Adams

Johns Adams autographs and historical documents are very collectible. His letters are among the most interesting and spirited of any President, reflecting his ability with the pen and his knowledge...

Warren Harding

Most of his presidential letters are typed. Some are long and have very interesting content. There are also autograph letters from his Senate term before the presidency and a variety of historical...

Ronald Reagan

The Great Communicator who shifted the American political center of gravity to the conservative side. Reagan's autographs and letters can be rich in content and replete with the vision that...

John Hancock

A feature of the great collections, John Hancock autographs often contain the great flourish that adorns the Declaration of Independence, which he signed as President of the Continental Congress. ...

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.

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