SELECTION OF SIGNATURES - NOTABLE FIGURES OF THE CIVIL WAR ERA; POLITICAL, MILITARY, CIVILIAN - REDUCED PRICES

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The following signatures are all on signature cards and are not clipped from documents. Each card is pasted to a sheet from an autograph album. The cards generally measure 3” x 1.75”.

These signatures are from an album compiled by William E. Kettles, who as a young man worked at a telegraph station across from the White House during the Civil War. In 1865 Kettles received the telegraph that Richmond had fallen. It is believed that Kettles likely acquired at least some of the autographs by requesting them from those who came to the telegraph station.  Later in life Kettles gifted the album to a friend, and it remained in that family until sold at auction in 2015.  [SS]

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Item#                    Subject                                                                  Biography                         Price

215-228

Brigham Young

Wikipedia

$1200 SOLD

215-229

Maj Gen. George Crook

Wikipedia

$250 SOLD

215-188

Assoc. Justice David Davis

Wikipedia

$200 SOLD

215-20

President Andrew Johnson

Wikipedia

$400  SOLD

215-22

President Abraham Lincoln

Wikipedia

$4000 SOLD

215-23

VP Hannibal Hamlin

Wikipedia

$160.00 WAS $200.00

215-24

William H. Seward

Wikipedia

$150 SOLD

215-26

Edwin M. Stanton

Wikipedia

$150 SOLD

215-27

John Hay

Wikipedia

$150 SOLD

215-28

John G. Nicolay

Wikipedia

$175 SOLD

215-32

Chief Justice Roger B. Taney

Wikipedia

$400 SOLD

215-34

Edward Everett

Wikipedia

$100 SOLD

215-35

Horace Greeley

Wikipedia

$125 SOLD

215-36

Montgomery Meigs

Wikipedia

$100 WAS $125

215-21

Christopher “Kit” Carson

Wikipedia

$3000 WAS $3750

215-18

Gen. Robert E. Lee

Wikipedia

$1250 SOLD

215-39

Maj. Gen. Henry W. Halleck

Wikipedia

$250 SOLD

215-40

Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman

Wikipedia

$350 SOLD

215-41

Maj. Gen. Edward Canby

Wikipedia

$250  SOLD

215-42

Maj. Gen. John G. Foster

Wikipedia

$150  SOLD

215-43

Maj. Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks

Wikipedia

$120 WAS $150

215-44

Maj. Gen. David Hunter

Wikipedia

$200 SOLD

215-45

Maj. Gen. James McPherson

Wikipedia

$450 SOLD

215-46

Maj. Gen. George G. Meade

Wikipedia

$400 SOLD

215-47

Maj. Gen. George H. Thomas

Wikipedia

$350  SOLD

215-48

Maj Gen. Benjamin Butler

Wikipedia

$150  SOLD

215-49

Maj. Gen. Ambrose Burnside

Wikipedia

$175 SOLD

215-50

Maj. Gen. J. M. Schofield

Wikipedia

$150 SOLD

215-51

Maj. Gen. John Pope

Wikipedia

$120 WAS $150

215-52

Maj. Gen. William S. Rosecrans

Wikipedia

$175  SOLD

215-53

Maj. Gen. George McClellan

Wikipedia

$275  SOLD

215-54

Maj. Gen. Winfield S. Hancock

Wikipedia

$325  SOLD

215-55

Maj. Gen. John Sedgwick

Wikipedia

$450  SOLD

215-56

Maj. Gen. Gouverneur K Warren

Wikipedia

$400  SOLD

215-57

Maj. Gen. Joseph Hooker

Wikipedia

$350  SOLD

215-58

Maj. Gen. John C. Fremont

Wikipedia

$300  SOLD

215-59

Maj. Gen. Darius N. Couch

Wikipedia

$120 WAS $150

215-60

Maj. Gen. George Cadwalader

Wikipedia

$125  SOLD

215-61

Maj. Gen. Lew Wallace

Wikipedia

$200  SOLD

215-62

Maj. Gen. John A. Dix

Wikipedia

$125  SOLD

215-63

Maj. Gen. John E. Wool

Wikipedia

$125

215-64

Maj. Gen. Samuel P. Heintzelman

Wikipedia

$120 WAS $150

215-66

Maj. Gen. Franz Sigel

Wikipedia

$175  SOLD

215-67

Maj. Gen. Julius Stahel

Wikipedia

$140 WAS $175

215-201

Rear Admiral S. F. DuPont

Wikipedia

$320 WAS $400

215-206

Phineas T. Barnum

Wikipedia

$500 SOLD

215-198

President Millard Fillmore

Wikipedia

$440 WAS $550

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