Lot 231    

Presidents, First Ladies & Children, Group of Autographs & Photos, Plus
3/7/2013 - Timed American History
Lot includes several signatures and signed photos, some autopen, plus Reagan medal. Most associated with Elsie Eberhardt.

Signature card of Alice Longworth, TR's daughter, 3 x 4 in., with cover envelope and newspaper article about her death in 1980.

Black-and-white photo of Mamie Doud Eisenhower, 3 x 5.5 in., signed in lower margin.

Black-and-white family photo of the Johnson family, 5 x 7 in., inscribed to Elsie Eberhardt and signed by Lady Bird Johnson.

Photo of young Richard Nixon, with printed signature and signed below, probably autopen.

Unsigned color photo on 8 x 10 in. sheet of George and Barbara Bush. 

Unsigned color photo, 8 x 10 in., of Jimmy Carter, color photo of Rosalynn Carter with printed signature, and 3.5 x 5.5 b-&-w of daughter, Amy.

Color photo of Ronald and Nancy Reagan, plus small thank-you note for a get-well message, both signed by Reagan autopen. Also 8 x 10 color photo of Nancy Reagan, with letter from Nancy with printed signature. There are also two smaller pictures, one black-and-white of Ron and Nancy, and one color of Ronald Reagan and Gerald Ford. Plus an invitation to the inauguration of Ronald Reagan in 1981 with another photograph of Reagan and Bush, with printed signatures. There is a "Presidential Achievement Award" for Miss D. Eberhardt for contributions to the Republican Party, again with printed Reagan signature.  Plus a postal commemorative coin for Ronald Reagan in honor of the inauguration.

There are also seven copies of First Monday, each with an article on Reagan: Feb. 1981, May 1981, Oct. 1981, Nov.-Dec. 1981, May 1982, Dec. 1984-Jan. 1985, and Feb. 1985.

Plus five small unsigned photos (4 color) of Gerald Ford and family. One is from the campaign showing Ford shaking hands with people in a crowd, one is a photo of the swearing-in ceremony, two are Gerald and Betty, last is the whole family. Also small thank-you note that accompanied one of the photos with printed signature "Jerry."

Also from Japanese embassy, magazine-type biography of Prime Minister Masayoshi Ohira, celebrating the partnership between Japan and the U.S., with 7.5 x 9.25 in. color photo of Masayoshi Ohira and paper indicating this is complements of the embassy.


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