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Gettysburg National Bank Check

Signed by two very prominent Gettysburg citizens!

6 x 2 1/2, imprinted check on blue paper, filled out in ink. Diamond shaped orange & brown tax stamp imprinted at the center of the check, with a bust view of President George Washington, and United States Internal Revenue, Two Cents printed around the edges. Gettysburg, PA., Dec. 17, 1877. [Check] No. 25. Gettysburg National Bank, Pay to the Order of J.C. Neely. Twenty five Dollars. Signed at lower right by D. Kendlehart. Endorsed on the reverse by J.C. Neely. Typical cut cancellation. Very...  

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Autograph, Professor Joseph Henry

1st Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution and famous American scientist

Born in Albany, New York in 1797, he attended The Albany Academy where he excelled at his studies. He was Secretary of the National Institute for the Promotion of Science, a precursor of the Smithsonian Institution, and was the first Secretary of the Smithsonian, serving from 1846-78. The Smithsonian Institution unit of inductance, "The Henry," is named in his honor.

in 1826, Henry was appointed Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy at The...  

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Autograph, Lieutenant Colonel Coates Kinney

Journalist, Famous Poet and U.S. Army officer during the Civil War

Civil War Date Document Signed


(1826-1904) Born near Penn Yan, New York, he moved with his parents to Ohio in 1840. He studied law with Thomas Corwin, was admitted to the bar in 1856, and practiced in Cincinnati as a partner of Thomas Spooner. However, a few years earlier, he had written a poem titled, "Rain on the Roof," which first appeared in the Cincinnati Great West. Its extraordinary merit was instantly recognized and the seeds of a literary pursuit had...  

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Autograph, General Winfield Scott

Hero of the War of 1812 and the Mexican War

General-in-Chief of the United States Army

Autograph Letter Signed

Written to the prominent lawyer and civil servant, Samuel L. Gouverneur concerning the presidency of "Old Hickory," Andrew Jackson!


(1786-1866) A year older than the Constitution, the venerable Winfield Scott, hero of the War of 1812 and the Mexican War, became General in chief of the U.S. Army in 1841, a position he still held at the start of the Civil War. A true professional soldier, he was one of...  

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Autograph, John P. Gaines

Fought in the War of 1812

Fought in the Mexican War in a Kentucky Cavalry Brigade and was captured in 1847

United States Congressman from Kentucky

Governor of Oregon


(1795-1857) Born in Augusta, Va. (now West Virginia), he moved to Boone County, Ky., studied law, was admitted to the bar, and practiced in Walton, Ky. He was a member of the Kentucky State House of Representatives for many years. Fought in the Mexican War as a major in the cavalry brigade of General Thomas Marshall. He also served as aide-de-camp to General...  

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Autograph, John C. Underwood

Autograph Document Signed

(1809-73) A planter and lawyer in Clarke County, Va., Underwood was a Free-Soiler in politics and was virtually driven from Virginia for his attacks on slavery during the presidential campaign of 1856. A Republican office holder during the Civil War, he became a U.S. district court judge in Virginia, in 1864. In this capacity he asserted the right of the United States to confiscate property of persons in rebellion and treated Confederate President Jefferson Davis with great harshness during and after Davis'...  

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William Augustus Muhlenberg, American Clergyman & Educator

Author of "The President's Hymn; Give Thanks All Ye People," which was written in response to President Abraham Lincoln's Proclamation recommending a general day of Thanksgiving on November 26, 1863

War Date Autograph Letter Signed


(1796-1877) An Episcopal clergyman and educator, he was the grandson of Frederick Muhlenberg, a member of the First and Second Continental Congresses and Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives. William A. Muhlenberg is considered the father of church schools in the United States. An early...  

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Autograph, Cyrus W. Field

Created the Atlantic Telegraph Company and laid the first telegraph cable across the Atlantic Ocean

Desirable 1863 letter written to James T. Ames, head of the famous Ames Mfg. Co., regarding the Williams bullet!


(1819-92) Born in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, he was a famous American businessman and financier who created the Atlantic Telegraph Company and laid the first telegraph cable across the Atlantic Ocean in 1858.

7 1/2 x 9 3/4, in ink, Civil War date letter signed. Written to James T. Ames, head of the famous Ames Mfg....  

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Autograph Charles O'Conor

He was the attorney in some very prominent Slave cases!

Senior counsel for Confederate President Jefferson Davis in his treason case against the U.S. government

Nominated for President of the United States in 1872


(1804-84) Born in New York City, he studied law, and in 1824, before he had reached the statutory age of 21, was admitted to the bar, and soon became highly respected in his profession. He earned acclaim and a national reputation for his successful handling of the "Forrest Divorce Case." Other celebrated...  

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Autograph Lord John Russell

1st Earl of Russell

British Prime Minister, 1846-52 and 1865-66

British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1859-65


(1792-1878) Lord John Russell was born into the highest echelons of the British aristocracy. His family had been one of the principal Whig dynasties in England since the 17th century, and were among the richest handful of aristocratic landowning families in the country. He served two terms as British Prime Minister, 1846-52, and 1865-66. He also served as British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1859-65...  

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Autograph, Lord Richard B.P. Lyons

1st Viscount Lyons

British Minister to the United States, 1858-65

Autograph Note Signed


(1817-87) A prominent British diplomat, he was appointed British envoy to the United States in Washington in 1858. Lyons reached Washington a full two years before the start of the Civil War, and like many observers, believed that the dissolution of the United States was a strong possibility. He was seen as an excellent appointment to the United States by the British government, and was successful in healing the rift in American-British...  

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Autograph Thomas J. Rusk

1st Secretary of War of the Republic of Texas

Member of the 2nd Congress of the Republic of Texas

Major General of the Republic of Texas

United States Senator from Texas


(1803-57) Self taught, he studied law, was admitted to the bar, and commenced practice in Georgia. He moved to Nacogdoches, Texas in 1835, and was a delegate to the convention which declared for the independence of Texas in 1836. He was the 1st Secretary of War of the Republic of Texas, and at the battle of San Jacinto he took command of the forces and...  

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