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Gettysburg Replies, The World Responds to Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address

Gettysburg Replies, The World Responds to Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address

Almost five months after the Civil War’s deadliest clash, President Abraham Lincoln and other Union leaders gathered to dedicate the Soldiers’ National Cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The program for the occasion featured music, prayer, orations, and benedictions. In the middle of it all, the president gave a few commemorative remarks, speaking for just two minutes, delivering what we now know as the Gettysburg Address.
Gerald R. Ford Autograph Signature Study, 1st edition

Gerald R. Ford Autograph Signature Study, 1st edition

Gerald R. Ford. Gerald R. Ford IACC/DA Concise Autograph Study by Stephen Koschal. First Edition, March 1998. Twelve pages fully illustrated. A study w you will learn what you need to know about the signature of Gerald R. Ford.

 

From the White House Inkwell

From the White House Inkwell

Individuals buying documents allegedly signed by U.S. presidents should buy this book to learn of when certain presidents stopped signing certain types of presidential documents. Presidents were required to sign land grants, but after signing a few Pres.

US Presidents - A Guide to Authenticating Autographs

US Presidents - A Guide to Authenticating Autographs

A guide to authenticating autographs of the American Presidents: paper, ink, forgeries, and signature examples, 128 pages.

by Joseph Liberkowski
The Robot That Helped to Make a President

The Robot That Helped to Make a President

Sub-titled "A Reconnaissance Into the Mysteries of John F. Kennedy's Signature"

From the President`s Pen

From the President`s Pen

An Illustrated Guide to Presidential Autographs

Presidents of the United States - AUTOPEN GUIDE

Presidents of the United States - AUTOPEN GUIDE

First edition sold out, second print available:

United States 2009, 84 pp, Softcover. This is the first time all known presidential Autopen signatures can be found in one book starting with Dwight D. Eisenhower until the first known Autopen of Barack Obama

William Jefferson Clinton IACC/DA concise autograph study

William Jefferson Clinton IACC/DA concise autograph study

William Jefferson Clinton - IACC/ DA concise autograph study by Stuart Lutz - Charter Member, IACC/ DA, 43 pages
The Eisenhower Files

The Eisenhower Files

The Eisenhower Files by Paul Carr is a hardcover 205 page fully illustrated book on the autographs of Dwight D. Eisenhower.