Vice President Aaron Burr Handwritten TWICE Signed Letter including Free Frank

Vice_President_Aaron_Burr_Handwritten_TWICE_Signed_Letter_including_Free_Frank_01_pm Vice President Aaron Burr Handwritten TWICE Signed Letter including Free Frank
Vice President Aaron Burr Handwritten TWICE Signed Letter including Free Frank
Vice President Aaron Burr Handwritten TWICE Signed Letter including Free Frank
Vice President Aaron Burr Handwritten TWICE Signed Letter including Free Frank
Vice President Aaron Burr Handwritten TWICE Signed Letter including Free Frank
Vice President Aaron Burr Handwritten TWICE Signed Letter including Free Frank
Vice President Aaron Burr Handwritten TWICE Signed Letter including Free Frank
Vice President Aaron Burr Handwritten TWICE Signed Letter including Free Frank
Vice President Aaron Burr Handwritten TWICE Signed Letter including Free Frank
Vice President Aaron Burr Handwritten TWICE Signed Letter including Free Frank
Vice President Aaron Burr Handwritten TWICE Signed Letter including Free Frank
Vice President Aaron Burr Handwritten TWICE Signed Letter including Free Frank

Vice President Aaron Burr Handwritten TWICE Signed Letter including Free Frank
Aaron Burr TWICE signed handwritten letter with signed free frank dated July 20, 1801. Written while Vice President, Burr communicates with Ephraim Kirby, Esq , who was revolutionary war soldier, published first volume of law report in the U. Was first General High Priest of the Royal Arch Masons, appointed by Jefferson as Supervisor of Connecticut Internal Revenue, and was the first judge of the Superior Court of the Mississippi Territory. Burr was an officer in the continental army, US Senator, Attorney General of NY and Vice President of the United States from 1801 to 1805. Aaron Burr was 3rd Vice President of the US under Thomas Jefferson and almost became president. He is probably best know for an infamous and illegal duel in New Jersey with Alexander Hamilton while still Vice President in 1804 in which he killed Hamilton. Attached 2 pages which include Free Frank cover in very good to fine condition with expected folds measuring in total approximately 16 x 10 inches. Has received “Likely to pass full authentication” from Beckett Authentication Signature Review. Combine this with the phenomenal Alexander Hamilton letter we have for sale (which relates to Burrs debts), and you have a wonderful addition to your historical document collection. Conservation freshly framed with museum plexiglass. The item “Vice President Aaron Burr Handwritten TWICE Signed Letter including Free Frank” is in sale since Friday, September 20, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Presidential”. The seller is “erinbrookegallery” and is located in Bonita Springs, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.
Vice President Aaron Burr Handwritten TWICE Signed Letter including Free Frank
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1872 Vice President Henry Wilson Autographed Signed Handwritten Letter

1872 Vice President Henry Wilson Autographed Signed Handwritten Letter
1872 Vice President Henry Wilson Autographed Signed Handwritten Letter

1872 Vice President Henry Wilson Autographed Signed Handwritten Letter
1872 Vice President Henry Wilson Autographed Signed Handwritten Letter, measures 6″ x 9 1/2″. Jeremiah Jones Colbath; February 16, 1812 November 22, 1875 was the. Vice President of the United States. Before and during the. He was a leading. And a strong opponent of. He devoted his energies to the destruction of the. The faction of slave owners and their political allies which anti-slavery Americans saw as dominating the country. Wilson was a founder of the. In 1848, and served as the party chairman during the 1852 presidential election. He worked diligently to build an anti-slavery coalition, which came to include the Free Soil Party, anti-slavery. Anti-slavery members of the. (Know Nothings), and anti-slavery Whigs called. When the Free Soil party dissolved in the mid-1850s, Wilson joined the. Which he helped found, and which was organized largely in line with the anti-slavery coalition he had nurtured in the 1840s and 1850s. While a Senator during the. Wilson was considered a. , and his experience as a militia general, organizer and commander of a. Regiment, and chairman of the Senate military committees enabled him to assist the. Administration in the organization and oversight of the Union Army and. After the Civil War, he supported the Radical Republican program for. In 1872, he was elected Vice President as the running mate of. President of the United States. Who was running for a second term. The Grant and Wilson ticket was successful, and Wilson served as Vice President from March 4, 1873 until his death on November 22, 1875. Wilson’s effectiveness as Vice President was limited after he suffered from a debilitating stroke in May 1873, and his health continued to decline until he was the victim of a fatal stroke while working in the. The item “1872 Vice President Henry Wilson Autographed Signed Handwritten Letter” is in sale since Monday, November 23, 2015. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “zartanthegreat1″ and is located in Woodstock, Georgia. This item can be shipped worldwide.
1872 Vice President Henry Wilson Autographed Signed Handwritten Letter
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