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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.

Alexander Hamilton

The most important cabinet member in U.S. history, he helped pass the U.S. Constitution and establish the nation's financial system.

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.

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...

Mark Twain

Humorist and author of some of America's enduring classics. Twain's autograph appears both as his nom de plume and also as Samuel L. Clemens.

Millard Fillmore

Fillmore's autograph letters can be unusually frank about his goals, feelings and motivations. Revealing letters can therefore be found relating to the slavery crisis.

Samuel Francis Smith

Baptist minister and author of the lyrics to "My Country, 'Tis of Thee", which he entitled America.

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.

James Russell Lowell

Poet, critic, editor, and diplomat.

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