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Autograph, General William C. Westmoreland

Commander of the United States forces during the Vietnam War from 1964 to 1968

Chief of Staff of the United States Army

He fought in World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War


(1914-2005) Born at Spartanburg, South Carolina, he graduated in the West Point class of 1836, as First Captain, the highest cadet rank, and he received the "Pershing Sword," which is "presented to the cadet with the highest level of military proficiency." Following graduation, Westmoreland became an artillery officer and served...  

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Autograph, Judge George M. Stroud

Important Early Anti-Slavery Abolitionist

(1795-1875) Born on October 12, 1795, in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, he was educated at Princeton, was an American jurist, and author, who played a major role in the recognition of the horrors of the institution of slavery which was one of the primary causes of the War Between The States. Stroud was the author of a "Sketch Of The Laws Relating To Slavery In The Several States Of The United States Of America." Even before the Dred Scott decision, Stroud's book had extensive influence upon...  

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Autograph, Commander Ted Crosby, United States Navy

Hellcat naval fighter ace who shot down 5 Japanese war planes in one day over the Pacific

Signed photograph with military inscriptions


(1920-2014) John Theodore (Ted) Crosby was born in Eureka, California, and he joined the U.S. Navy in 1942, and was commissioned in 1943. On April 16, 1945, Lieutenant Crosby, an experienced fighter pilot, served on the U.S.S. Hornet and flying his F6F Hellcat, scored 5 victories when he shot down 5 Japanese war planes over the Pacific Ocean becoming a Hellcat fighter ace on a single mission in one...  

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Autograph, General Roger Jones, U.S. Army

Hero of the War of 1812 against the British

He was the longest serving Adjutant General of the United States Army in our military history

Member of the distinguished "Fighting Jones" family from Virginia


(1789-1852) Born in Westmoreland County, Virginia, he was a central figure in the distinguished "Jones military family" with relatives holding commissions in the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Mexican War, Civil War, World War I, and World War II. His brother Thomas ap Catesby Jones won distinction in the...  

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Autograph, William Lloyd Garrison

The Famous Abolitionist, and Prominent Advocate of Women's Rights!

Autograph Quotation Signed


(1805-79) Born in in Newburyport, Massachusetts, he was a newspaper publisher, and editor of the "The Liberator," a Boston newspaper that was a strong and influential voice for abolition which he began in 1831, and continued for 35 years. He was one of the founders of the American Anti-Slavery Society and promoted the immediate and uncompensated emancipation of slaves in the United States. A price was put on his head, and he was...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item Auto5134: Autograph, Shag Crawford, Major League Baseball Umprire

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Autograph, Shag Crawford, Major League Baseball Umprire

During his twenty seasons in the National League Crawford umpired more than 3,100 games

He was the home plate umpire during one of the most violent brawls in baseball history!


(1916-2007) Born Henry Charles "Shag" Crawford, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, growing up, he played baseball and football, and was involved in boxing, and later played in the minor leagues as a catcher in the Philadelphia Phillies system. He served in the United States Navy during World War II, and was on the destroyer USS Walke (DD-723) when its...  

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Autograph, George C. Scott, Actor

Academy Award Winning Actor for his historic portrayal of World War II General George S. Patton, Jr.

(1927-99) Born in Wise, Virginia, he became well known as an American stage, film and television actor, director, and producer who had a celebrated career. He was considered an actor of rare courage. After graduating high school, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps, serving from 1945-49 with rank of sergeant. Following his military service, Scott enrolled in the University of Missouri, on the G.I. Bill, graduating in 1953. He...  

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Autograph, General Scott Shipp

The gallant young Lieutenant Colonel who led the cadets of the Virginia Military Institute at the battle of New Market, Va. in May 1864 where Shipp was struck by an artillery shell and knocked unconscious!

Commandant of Cadets at V.M.I.


(1839-1917) Born in Warrenton, Virginia, he graduated from the Virginia Military Institute in 1859, standing 4th in a class of 29, and holding the rank of cadet 1st lieutenant. He accompanied the cadets to Charlestown, Va., in December 1859, to witness and serve at the execution of John Brown. Shipp...  

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Autograph, Colonel Abner M. Aust, Jr., U.S. Air Force

American flying ace in the 506th Fighter Group during World War II

He was credited with the destruction of 5 enemy aircraft in aerial combat, and another 3 destroyed on the ground, while strafing Japanese airfields!

Aust later flew 324 combat missions over Vietnam!


(1921-2020) Born in in Scooba, Mississippi, he enlisted in the Aviation Cadet Program of the U.S. Army Air Force on June 23, 1942. He was sent to Santa Ana Army Air Base in California, and completed flight training and earned his wings. Aust joined the 457th Fighter...  

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Gettysburg National Bank Check

Signed by 2 Gettysburg citizens who were prominent during the battle!

Issued to and signed by a member of the famous Codori family of Gettysburg!


7 1/4 x 3, imprinted check, filled out in ink. Gettysburg, PA., Jany. 16th, 1871. Gettysburg National Bank, Pay to G.A. Codori & Son. Thirty one Dollars. $31.00. Signed at lower right by D. Kendlehart. Endorsed on the reverse by George A. Codori. Light age toning. Typical cut cancellation. Extremely desirable Gettysburg related document signed by two of its prominent war time citizens! Any...  

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Letter Signed by Mrs. La Salle Corbell Pickett

Wife of the legendary Confederate General George E. Pickett of Gettysburg fame!

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(1843-1931) Born in Nansemond County, Virginia, she was the eldest of nine children, of David John Corbell, and Elizabeth Phillips Corbell, wealthy owners of a slave plantation near Suffolk, Virginia. "Sallie Ann" attended the Lynchburg Female Seminary in Lynchburg, and at the outbreak of the War Between the States, a very passionate romance blossomed between young La Salle, and her swashbuckling, flamboyant, and...  

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Gettysburg National Bank Check

Signed by 2 prominent Gettysburg citizens who were prominent during the battle!

Issued to and signed by a member of the famous Culp family of Gettysburg!


7 1/4 x 3, imprinted check, filled out in ink. Two cents, U.S. Internal Revenue tax stamp at upper left of the check, with a bust view of President George Washington. Gettysburg, PA., Dec. 19th, 1872. Gettysburg National Bank, Pay to Jeremiah Culp. Twelve Dollars and 34/100. Signed at lower right by D. Kendlehart. Endorsed on the reverse by Jeremiah Culp, and S.G. Cook. Light fold...  

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