The Hermitage, Home of Andrew Jackson
Title:
The Hermitage, Home of Andrew Jackson
Divided Back unused

Description:
Andrew Jackson, the seventh President of the United States, and the founder of the Democratic Party, was born March 15th, 1767, in the Washaw Settlement, Union Co., on the border between North and South Carolina. He married Mrs. Rachel Donelson Roberts in 1794. After nearly 40 years of happy wedlock, Mr.s Jackson died at The Hermitage on Dec. 2nd, 1828. Jackson continued to live there until his death on June 6th, 1845.


Jacqueline and John F Kennedy
Title:
Jacqueline and John F Kennedy
New York New York (NY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
New York City, 1960



Ronald Reagan and Doris Day
Title:
Ronald Reagan and Doris Day
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
"The Winning Team" 1952 - Photo Library of Congress


President and Nancy Reagan Visit with TV Star Tom Selleck
Title:
President and Nancy Reagan Visit with TV Star Tom Selleck
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
In their hotel suite in Honolulu, Hawaii, April 23, 1984.



Richard Nixon at Piano, 1967
Title:
Richard Nixon at Piano, 1967
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Photograph by Philippe Halsman


President Wm. H. Taft and Summer Home
Title:
President Wm. H. Taft and Summer Home
Beverly Cove Massachusetts (MA), Real Photo PM 1910 Aug-5



William Howard Taft
Title:
William Howard Taft
Cincinnati Ohio (OH), Real Photo unused

Description:
Portrait by Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. On loan from Mrs. Albert S. Ingalls and Mrs. William T. Semple.


President Theodore Roosevelt and Sons
Title:
President Theodore Roosevelt and Sons
Real Photo unused



Herbert Hoover
Title:
Herbert Hoover
Real Photo unused


Newspaper Article about USS Maine & Theodore Roosevelt
Title:
Newspaper Article about USS Maine & Theodore Roosevelt
Real Photo unused



William Howard Taft
Title:
William Howard Taft
Real Photo unused


The Late President Harding
Title:
The Late President Harding
Real Photo unused



Theodore Roosevelt
Title:
Theodore Roosevelt
Real Photo PM 1904 Nov-9


Warren G. Harding
Title:
Warren G. Harding
Real Photo unused



President Woodrow Wilson and His First Wife
Title:
President Woodrow Wilson and His First Wife
Real Photo unused


Woodrow Wilson
Title:
Woodrow Wilson
Real Photo unused



Congress Created the Reconstruction Finance Corp. - Hoover - Lou Henry Hoover
Title:
Congress Created the Reconstruction Finance Corp. - Hoover - Lou Henry Hoover
Real Photo unused


Calvin Coolidge
Title:
Calvin Coolidge
Real Photo unused

Description:
Calvin Coolidge taking the oath of Office.



President and Mrs. Coolidge
Title:
President and Mrs. Coolidge
Cavendish Vermont (VT), Real Photo unused

Description:
21-Sep-28


Mt. Rushmore National Memorial
Title:
Mt. Rushmore National Memorial
Real Photo unused

Description:
The Shrine of Democracy Mt. Rushmore National Memorial World's greatest sculptural work began in 1927. Gutzon Borglum, world's artist and sculptor. Planned and supervised the monument. Financed by contributions and federal funds. Busts are proportionate to men 465 ft. high. Top of Washington's head to tip of chin 60 ft. Rock is ageless granite. Busts are of Washington, Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Lincoln.. Memorial dedicated by Calvin Coolidge 1927, Dedication of Washington by J.S. Cullinan 1930, Jefferson by F.D. Roosevelt 1936, Lincoln by Sen. Burke 1937, Roosevelt by Gov. Bushfield 1939. Sculptor died 1941, Son carries work to completion.



Warren G. Harding, Printer and Publisher
Title:
Warren G. Harding, Printer and Publisher
Real Photo unused

Description:
Harding Home & Memorial. Marion, Ohio A visit to Ohio is never complete unless the home & final resting place of Warren G. Harding, 29th President of the United States are included. Visiting hours at home, week days 10:00 to 5:00, Sundays 1:00 to 7:00 p.m. The Memorial, on State Route 23, was erected by public subscription at the cost of $7831108.00, is in Georgian Marble, 108' in diameter, 52' high and is surrounded by 10 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds, maintained by the Harding Memorial Association.


Miss Alice Roosevelt
Title:
Miss Alice Roosevelt
Real Photo PM 1906 Feb-26



President Roosevelt in Big Tree Grove, Santa Cruz, CA
Title:
President Roosevelt in Big Tree Grove, Santa Cruz, CA
Real Photo PM 1907


The Way We Welcomed Taft in Iowa
Title:
The Way We Welcomed Taft in Iowa
Real Photo PM 1913 Oct-2



Richard Nixon and Family
Title:
Richard Nixon and Family
Chrome unused

Description:
This time vote like your whole world depended on it. And when you do...take 4 voters with you. Remember...Polls don't Vote-People do.


Nancy Reagan on Diff'rent Strokes
Title:
Nancy Reagan on Diff'rent Strokes
Chrome unused

Description:
Nancy Reagan returns to the screen for the first time in 27 years to help her anti-drug crusade. Shown here on the set, she congratulates Gary Coleman for the expose of drugs written into his Arnold character dialogue. Ignoring cue cards, Mrs. Reagan stumbles over a few lines but accomplished each of her two scenes in a single take. March 9, 1983.



Lyndon Baines Johnson
Title:
Lyndon Baines Johnson
Chrome unused

Description:
Come..."Let us reason together" - 36th President of the United States of America.


Ex-President Roosevelt Leaving Capitol March 4, 1909
Title:
Ex-President Roosevelt Leaving Capitol March 4, 1909
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Divided Back PM 1910 Feb-11

Description:
Inauguration Day



President and Mrs. Taft at Railroad Wharf
Title:
President and Mrs. Taft at Railroad Wharf
Provincetown Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused

Description:
For the dedication of the Pilgrim Memorial Monument, August 5, 1910.


Portrait of President Woodrow Wilson
Title:
Portrait of President Woodrow Wilson
unused

Description:
One land One flag One people united forever



President Wilson and Ex-President Taft.
Title:
President Wilson and Ex-President Taft.
unused

Description:
President Wilson and Ex-President Taft passing the New Willard Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue.


President Wilson Taking the Oath of Office
Title:
President Wilson Taking the Oath of Office
unused



Theodore Roosevelt
Title:
Theodore Roosevelt
unused

Description:
Born in New York 1958. Graduated at Harvard, 1880. Col. Rough Riders, 1898. Governor New York, 1899-1900. Vice-President, 1901. President September 14, 1901. Re-Elected 1904.


President Roosevelt
Title:
President Roosevelt
PM 1905 Mar-22

Description:
President Roosevelt at work in his office, Washington, D.C.



President Roosevelt
Title:
President Roosevelt
unused

Description:
President Roosevelt addressing 150,000 people Unveiling of Lawton Statue Indianapolis, Ind. May 30 '07.


Faces of Theodore Roosevelt Collage
Title:
Faces of Theodore Roosevelt Collage
PM 1908



Warren G. Harding
Title:
Warren G. Harding
PM 1923 Aug-24

Description:
President of the United States Old homestead near Caledonia, O Residence Mt. Vernon Ave. Marion, Ohio.


Stand by the President
Title:
Stand by the President
unused

Description:
McKinley called in Ninety-eight, Old Abe in Sixty-one, and years before they heard the call of Grand Old Washington, We'll answer now as they did then in accents loud and long, We are coming Woodrow Wilson, a hundred million strong.



Theodore Roosevelt
Title:
Theodore Roosevelt
unused

Description:
Co onol Theodore Roosevelt Series 10013 Photo of Theodor Roosevelt seated on a horse.


"Bill" - William Howard Taft
Title:
"Bill" - William Howard Taft
PM 1915 May-26



1909 President Taft Visits Gloucester Wednesday August 4
Title:
1909 President Taft Visits Gloucester Wednesday August 4
Gloucester Massachusetts (MA) unused


Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, William McKinley
Title:
Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, William McKinley
unused



Lincoln and the Contrabands
Title:
Lincoln and the Contrabands
Divided Back unused

Description:
African slaves inside of the Union lines were known as contrabands.


Meet William "Bill" Howard Taft
Title:
Meet William "Bill" Howard Taft
San Francisco California (CA) unused

Description:
Hotel Stanford 250 Kearny Street



Mrs. Roosevelt and Daughter Ethel
Title:
Mrs. Roosevelt and Daughter Ethel
unused

Description:
Ethel Carow Roosevelt Derby (1891–1977) was the only daughter, and third child of President Theodore Roosevelt and his second wife Edith, First Lady from 1901 to 1909.


Much Ado About Nothing
Title:
Much Ado About Nothing
unused

Description:
Shakespeare Series 441, 5



Our New President William H. Taft
Title:
Our New President William H. Taft
unused

Description:
Rel Theochrom Serie Series


Roosevelt at Camp Grant
Title:
Roosevelt at Camp Grant
PM Oct-3



Roosevelts at Sir Alfred Pease's Ranch
Title:
Roosevelts at Sir Alfred Pease's Ranch
Kapiti unused


Route Map of Teddy Roosevelt's Hunting Trip
Title:
Route Map of Teddy Roosevelt's Hunting Trip
unused

Description:
Roosevelt Tour Series



Teddy Roosevelt Baby
Title:
Teddy Roosevelt Baby
PM 1908 Nov-14

Description:
Charles Twelvetrees World's Fighters - US - Rough Rider by Charles Twelvetrees.


Theodore Roosevelt
Title:
Theodore Roosevelt
unused

Description:
Theodore Roosevelt Series 2333



Theodore Roosevelt
Title:
Theodore Roosevelt
unused

Description:
Twenty-sixth President of the United States, Born Oct. 27, 1858. Took oath of office, Sept. 14, 1901, to complete McKinley's unexpired term. Inaugurated 1905.


Ulysses S. Grant, Capin & Tomb
Title:
Ulysses S. Grant, Capin & Tomb
unused



Up San Juan Hill
Title:
Up San Juan Hill
unused

Description:
"Our colonel is now in the lead," Said Teddy to Rosa that day. And Rosa replied: "I will not be denied, For I'll ride to the front of the fray."


Wedding of Alice Roosevelt and Nicholas Longworth
Title:
Wedding of Alice Roosevelt and Nicholas Longworth
PM 1906 Feb-21

Description:
Marriage of Miss Alice Roosevelt and Mr. Nicholas Longworth, White House, February 17, 1906



William H. Taft
Title:
William H. Taft
unused

Description:
As he looks today.


Gerald R. Ford and Company
Title:
Gerald R. Ford and Company
Chrome unused

Description:
Our nation's 38th President returned to his hometown, Grand Rapids, Michigan for the dedication of the new $11 million Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum. Ford came to office and helped restore the honor of the American presidency from the opprobrium of Watergate. First couples distinguished guests are: Row 1, Nancy Reagan, President Reagan, President Ford, Betty Ford, Row 2, Bob Hope, Japan's Foreign Minister Sunao Sonoda, Mexican President Lopez Portillo, Barbara Bush, Vice President Bush, Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau, former French President Giscard d'Estaing and Lady Bird Johnson. Sept. 17, 1981



1944 Dewey and Hoover as Ventriloquist
Title:
1944 Dewey and Hoover as Ventriloquist
Chrome unused

Description:
Ben Shahn Dewey is depicted as a ventriloquist's dummy on Herbert Hoover's knee.


Ronald Reagan
Title:
Ronald Reagan
Chrome unused

Description:
40th President of the United States, is pictured with Boy Scouts in Pennsylvania.



Woodrow Wilson
Title:
Woodrow Wilson
unused

Description:
The Victorious Peace Series P4979 In the History of the Great War President Wilson will ever stand forth one of the most forceful figures in the Cause of Justice and Liberty, and as a typical representative of the United States which, in the President's own words "springs out of freedom and is for the service of freedom."


Woodrow Wilson
Title:
Woodrow Wilson
PM Jul-19

Description:
10 Designs Vacation Auto. Comic Series 2160 "A steadfast concert for peace can never be maintained except by a partnership of democratic nations."



Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt and her daughter Ethel
Title:
Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt and her daughter Ethel
unused

Description:
Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt Series 2333 Mrs. Roosevelt was Miss Edith Kermit Carow, and was married to the present President in London, England in 1886, being his second wife. She is 5 feet 8 inches in height and is fond of outdoor life. She is the mother of four boys and one girl, the latter being Miss Ethel who is shown in this portrait and who is a flaxen-haired, blue-eyed beauty of a distinct German type of beauty.


Theodore Roosevelt at Oyster Bay
Title:
Theodore Roosevelt at Oyster Bay
unused

Description:
Theodore Roosevelt At Oyster Bay Series 2333



President Theodore Roosevelt in his Office
Title:
President Theodore Roosevelt in his Office
unused

Description:
President Roosevelt Series 2333


Theodore Roosevelt
Title:
Theodore Roosevelt
unused

Description:
Theodore Roosevelt Series 2333 Theodore Roosevelt is the youngest man who ever served as Chief Magistrate of the U.S., being only 43 years old when he was inaugurated. He was born in New York City, his father being a well-known merchant of the metropolis and his mother a member of a prominent Georgia family. After his graduation from Harvard College, he devoted almost his entire time to the public service, with the except of a few years spent in the West to regain his health.



Miss Alice Roosevelt
Title:
Miss Alice Roosevelt
unused

Description:
Series 2333 Miss Alice Roosevelt. A brief biography is included.


William Taft, William J. Bryan Candidates 1908
Title:
William Taft, William J. Bryan Candidates 1908
Divided Back PM 1908 Nov-2

Description:
Each Will would be the Bill, but which Bill will? Cedarine Standard Furniture Polish



Shank and Ronald
Title:
Shank and Ronald
Chrome unused

Description:
An 800-lb. boar named Shank (freshly scrubbed for the occasion) has Reagan's attention as his Iowa hosts listen during a fence-mending trip to woo 2.4 million struggling farmers. The President extended for one year, the grain supply agreement with the Soviet Union. He sipped lemonade, spooned into home-made peach ice cream and drew hearty laughs with vintage Reagan story-telling. August 1982.


Jacqueline Kennedy
Title:
Jacqueline Kennedy
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Rick Geary In memory of Jacqueline's editorial contribution to the book world, for each post card sale, we will donate 25 cents to the Friends of the Wichita Public Library. Edition of 1000



Bill Clinton
Title:
Bill Clinton
Continental Chrome unused


Richard Nixon
Title:
Richard Nixon
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
1967



America's First Family
Title:
America's First Family
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
President Bill Clinton with First Lady Hillary Clinton and daughter Chelsea.


Claim Tomorrow for Arkansas--Re-elect Governor Clinton
Title:
Claim Tomorrow for Arkansas--Re-elect Governor Clinton
Continental Chrome PM 1986 Oct-27

Description:
Governor Clinton has made a strong commitment to Arkansas' future. Please help him claim tomorrow for Arkansas. Vote for Governor Clinton November 4.



Hillary Clinton BDSM Dominatrix
Title:
Hillary Clinton BDSM Dominatrix
Continental Chrome PM 1998 Dec-2

Description:
I don't care what happens, I'm not leaving!


Ronal Reagan golfing
Title:
Ronal Reagan golfing
Chrome unused

Description:
All-around athlete Ronald Reagan demonstrates good form on the gold course. His sports ability, starting as a swimmer, high school football player, and lifeguard in Dixon Illinois, even surfaced in cinema. "Let's win this one for the Gipper," is a phrase immortalized in a Knute Rockne gridiron epic starring Ronald Reagan.



President Taft
Title:
President Taft
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 680 United States Government--Republic Products: Wheat, cotton, corn, rice, fruits, cattle, gold, silver, copper, iron, etc. Industries: Farming, Mining, manufacturing, packing and canning.


Woodrow Wilson
Title:
Woodrow Wilson
Divided Back unused



Benjamin Harrison
Title:
Benjamin Harrison
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 Twenty-third President of the U.S. Served one term - from March 4, 1889 to March 3, 1893.


Grover Cleveland
Title:
Grover Cleveland
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 Twenty-second President of the U.S. Served two terms - from March 4, 1885 to March 3, 1889 and from March 4, 1893 to March 3, 1897.



William McKinley
Title:
William McKinley
Divided Back unused

Description:
Twenty-fourth President of the U.S. Elected twice. Inaugurated for the first time March 4, 1897 and entered on his second term March 4, 1901. Born at Niles, Ohio on Jan. 29, 1843, and was 53 years old when inaugurated President. During his first term the Spanish-American War and the annexation of the Philippines were successfully concluded. Six months after his re-election he was assassinated and died Sept. 14, 1901, the third martyr President of the U.S.


Chester A. Arthur
Title:
Chester A. Arthur
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 Twenty-first President of the United States. Served from September 20, 1881 to March 3, 1883. Chester A. Arthur was born at Fairfield, Vt. on Oct. 5, 1830. He was elected Vice President with Garfield, and upon the death of the latter assumed the office as President, serving three years and six months. He was 51 years old when inaugurated President. He died Nov. 17, 1886.



Theodore Roosevelt
Title:
Theodore Roosevelt
Divided Back unused

Description:
Theodore Roosevelt, twenty-fifth President of the U.S., and has been serving since Sept. 14, 1901-1909.


John Adams
Title:
John Adams
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 John Adams was born in the town of Quincy, Mass. on October 30, 1735. He had been Vice-President under both Washington administrations, and was chosen President by the Federal party by a small majority. He died July 4, 1826.



Thomas Jefferson
Title:
Thomas Jefferson
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 Thomas Jefferson, third President of the U.S. Served two terms - from March 4, 1801 to March 3, 1805 and from March 4, 1805 to March 3, 1809. Thomas Jefferson was born in Albemerle Co., Virginia on April 2, 1743. He was elected by the Jeffersonian or Democratic (then called Republican) party which he founded, and was re-elected almost unanimously. The Louisiana Purchase, which gave the United States the great empire beyond the Mississippi was made during his administration. He died July 4, 1826.


Andrew Jackson
Title:
Andrew Jackson
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 Andrew Jackson, seventh President of the US. Served two terms - from March 4, 1829 to March 3, 1833 and from March 4, 1833 to March 3, 1937. Andrew Jackson was born in North Carolina on March 15, 1767. He was elected by the Democratic Party and proved to be, with the mass of people, the most popular President since Washington. He died June 8, 1845.



James Monroe
Title:
James Monroe
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 Fifth President of the U.S. Served two terms - from March 4, 1817 to March 3, 1821 and from March 5, 1921 to March 3, 1825


John Quincy Adams
Title:
John Quincy Adams
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 John Quincy Adams, sixth President of the U.S. Served one term - from March 4, 1825 to March 3, 1829.



Martin Van Buren, eighth President of the U.s. Served one term - from March 4, 1837 to March 3, 1841
Title:
Martin Van Buren, eighth President of the U.s. Served one term - from March 4, 1837 to March 3, 1841
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 Martin Van Buren was born in a small town on the banks of the Hudson River on Dec. 5, 1782. He was nominated by the Democratic party and elected by a handsome majority. A financial panic, unprecedented in its disastrous results, swept the country during his administration. He died July 24, 1862.


William Henry Harrison
Title:
William Henry Harrison
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 William Henry Harrison, ninth President of the U. S. Served from March 4 to April 4, 1841. William Henry Harrison was born in Berkeley, VA on February 9, 1773, but was elected from Ohio. He was nominated by the Whig party and received 234 electoral votes out of 304. His death occurred on April 4, 1841, one month after his inauguration and he was the first president to die in office.



John Tyler
Title:
John Tyler
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 Tenth President of the U.S. Served from April 6, 1841 to March 3, 1845.


Zachary Taylor
Title:
Zachary Taylor
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the UnIted States Series 2328 Twelfth President of the US. Served from March 5, 1849 to July 9, 1850. Was born in Orange Co., Virginia on Nov. 24, 1784, and as a result of the fame which he gained during the Mexican War, was nominated by the Whig party and elected. He served for one year and four months when he died on July 9, 1850.



James K. Polk, eleventh President of the U.S. Served one term - from March 4, 1845 to March 3, 1849.
Title:
James K. Polk, eleventh President of the U.S. Served one term - from March 4, 1845 to March 3, 1849.
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 James K. Polk was born in Mecklenburg Co., North Carolina on Nov. 2, 1795. He was nominated by the Democratic party and elected by a majority in the popular vote of about 40,000. The Mexican War occurred during his administration. He died June 15, 1849.


Millard Fillmore
Title:
Millard Fillmore
Divided Back unused

Description:
2328 Presidents of the United States Series



Abraham Lincoln, 16th. President of the US. Elected twice. Inaugurated for the first time 3/4/1861
Title:
Abraham Lincoln, 16th. President of the US. Elected twice. Inaugurated for the first time 3/4/1861
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328


Franklin Pierce
Title:
Franklin Pierce
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 Franklin Pierce, fourteenth President of the U. S. Served one term - from March 4, 1853 to March 3, 1857. Franklin Pierce was born in Hillsborough, N.H. on Nov. 23, 1804, and at the age of 49 years, was inaugurated as President. He was a candidate of the Democratic party, but his election was almost unanimous, only four states casting electoral votes against him. He died October 8, 1869.



President James Buchanan, fifteenth President of the U.S. Served one term - from March 4, 1857 to M
Title:
President James Buchanan, fifteenth President of the U.S. Served one term - from March 4, 1857 to M
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 James Buchanan was born in Franklin Co., Pennsylvania on April 23, 1791. He was the candidate of the Democratic party and pro-slavery and received 174 electoral votes while his anti-slavery opponent received 114. His administration was a stormy one owning to the agitation of the slavery question. He died June 1, 1868.


Andrew Johnson, seventeenth President of U.S. Served from April 15, 1865 to March 3, 1869.
Title:
Andrew Johnson, seventeenth President of U.S. Served from April 15, 1865 to March 3, 1869.
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 Andrew Johnson was born in Raleigh, N.C. on Dec. 29, 1808, He was chosen Vice-President at Abraham Lincoln's second election, and upon death of the latter, took up the reigns of government, serving as President for three years and eleven months. He died July 31, 1875.



Portrait of George Washington
Title:
Portrait of George Washington
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 George Washington, first President of the US. Served two term - from April 30, 1789 to March 3, 1793 and from March 4, 1793 to March 3, 1797.


Rutherford B. Hayes
Title:
Rutherford B. Hayes
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 Nineteenth President of the U.S. Served one term - from March 5, 1877 to march 3, 1881. Was born at Delaware, Ohio on Oct. 4, 1822. He was the Republican nominee, but his selection for the Presidency was due in Congressional action, the election at large being indecisive and the choice left to the national legislature, which in the end turned the matter over to a special commission which selected him by a party vote of 8 to 7. He died March 8, 1881.



Ulysses S. Grant, eighteenth President of the US Served two terms - from March 4, 1869 to March 3
Title:
Ulysses S. Grant, eighteenth President of the US Served two terms - from March 4, 1869 to March 3
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 Ulysses S. Grant was born at Pt. Pleasant, Ohio on April 29, 1822, but was elected president from Illinois. He was the nominee of the Republican party and on his first election received 214 electoral votes, while he was chosen for the second term by 292 electoral votes - up to that time the largest number ever cast for a President. He died july 23, 1885.


James A. Garfield twentieth President of the U.S. Served from March 4, 1881 to Sept. 19, 1881
Title:
James A. Garfield twentieth President of the U.S. Served from March 4, 1881 to Sept. 19, 1881
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328



Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation
Title:
Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation
Divided Back

Description:
Issued January 1st, 1863. Four Millions of slaves were liberated from bondage that had existed from the beginning of the National Life. Henceforth, a Government without a Master and a Slave.


Washington's Inauguration
Title:
Washington's Inauguration
Divided Back PM 1911 Feb-22

Description:
Series 414



Ronald Reagan and Miss America Vanessa Williams
Title:
Ronald Reagan and Miss America Vanessa Williams
Chrome unused


President and Mrs. Carter Welcome Pierre Trudeau
Title:
President and Mrs. Carter Welcome Pierre Trudeau
Chrome unused

Description:
The Prime Minister of Canada and his wife Margaret, to the White House. February 21, 1977.



Lyndon Baines Johnson and Family
Title:
Lyndon Baines Johnson and Family
Chrome


Billy Carter "BIllygate"
Title:
Billy Carter "BIllygate"
Chrome unused

Description:
In a lighter moment of the Senate "Billygate" hearings, President Jimmy Carter's brother, Billy, trades words with Senate Committee members. The hearings were called to investigate dealings Billy had with Libya.



George Washington, 1732-1799
Title:
George Washington, 1732-1799
Divided Back PM 1908 Jun-18


Nancy Reagan and Mr. T
Title:
Nancy Reagan and Mr. T
Chrome unused

Description:
Nancy Reagan once again invites a popular hero to preside at the White House Christmas festivities for children. Youngsters adore Mr. T. and indistinctly know he's a nice guy. Mrs. Reagan appreciates his support in fighting drugs, his interest in young people, and his indefatigable entertaining for her Christmas children. With his usual attire of pounds and pounds of glittering fold, Mr. T. gets in the Christmas spirit by donning the red and white Santa hat to pass out goodies and treat children to his uplifting presence. December 12, 1984



Sugar Ray Leonard & Ronald Reagan
Title:
Sugar Ray Leonard & Ronald Reagan
Chrome unused

Description:
The boxing champion and his lovely wife are welcomed to the White House by President Reagan, September 1981.


US Air Force One
Title:
US Air Force One
Chrome unused

Description:
The official plane for the president of the United States.



Vice Presidential candidate George Bush
Title:
Vice Presidential candidate George Bush
Chrome unused

Description:
Vice Presidential candidate George Bush talks to campaign workers as Ronald Reagan looks on. Speaking of the Reagen-Bush administration, Bush calls for a close working relationship with Congress and a reduction in government regulations.


White House Birthday Party
Title:
White House Birthday Party
Chrome unused

Description:
No place like the White House for a good birthday party! Particularly if Daddy is president. Amy and her friends are having a grand time carving Halloween pumpkins before starting to open the presents. President Jimmy and Rosalynn see to be enjoying themselves, too.



Virginia's Eight Presidents
Title:
Virginia's Eight Presidents
Jumbo/Large Format unused


President Barack Obama with White House, Flag in Background
Title:
President Barack Obama with White House, Flag in Background
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States of America.



Richard Nixon Library & Birth Place
Title:
Richard Nixon Library & Birth Place
Yorba Linda California (CA), Jumbo/Large Format unused


Socks, the White House Cat
Title:
Socks, the White House Cat
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Jumbo/Large Format PM 1994 Jan-11

Description:
Thank you for writing to me. I am honored to be your "First Cat."



President McKinley 9/14/1901, from Austria
Title:
President McKinley 9/14/1901, from Austria
Real Photo PM 1902 May-31


Unfinished Portrait of George Waashington by Gilbert Stuart
Title:
Unfinished Portrait of George Waashington by Gilbert Stuart
Divided Back PM 1968 Jul-4

Description:
First Day of Issue for 6-cent Liberty Flag Honoring Fort Moultrie 1776



Assassination Scene of John F. Kennedy
Title:
Assassination Scene of John F. Kennedy
Dallas Texas (TX), Chrome

Description:
22-Nov-63


President Harding Funeral, Aug. 10, 1923
Title:
President Harding Funeral, Aug. 10, 1923
Real Photo unused



President Speaking to Crowd Warren Harding?
Title:
President Speaking to Crowd Warren Harding?
Real Photo unused

Description:
Date is 1918-1930, not sure if this is Wilson, Harding or Coolidge


Theodore Roosevelt's Tomb
Title:
Theodore Roosevelt's Tomb
Long Island New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
Oyster Bay



John F. Kennedy
Title:
John F. Kennedy
Chrome unused


Lincoln
Title:
Lincoln
PM Aug-24



Washington - his kindness
Title:
Washington - his kindness
unused

Description:
Washington Birthday Series 2


Wm. J. Bryan and John W. Kern
Title:
Wm. J. Bryan and John W. Kern
unused



George Washington's Face, from the Portrait by Gilbert Stuart
Title:
George Washington's Face, from the Portrait by Gilbert Stuart
PM 1906

Description:
Souvenir of Washington's 1732 * Birthday* 1906 * February 22


Lincoln Centennial Souvenir 1809 1909
Title:
Lincoln Centennial Souvenir 1809 1909
PM 1910 Mar-7

Description:
Abraham Lincoln The martyred President



Portrait of William McKinley
Title:
Portrait of William McKinley
unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 William McKinley, twenty-fourth President of the U.S. Elected twice, inaugurated for the first time March 4, 1987 and entered on his second term March 4, 1901.


Franklin Delano Roosevelt Visits with WWI Navy Men Outdoors
Title:
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Visits with WWI Navy Men Outdoors
Real Photo



The Nation's Choice
Title:
The Nation's Choice
Divided Back PM 1908 Jul-21

Description:
For President Hon. William Howard Taft of Ohio For Vice President Hon. James S. Sherman of New York


George Washington as a Boy Holding an Axe Next to a Cherry Tree
Title:
George Washington as a Boy Holding an Axe Next to a Cherry Tree
Divided Back PM 1910 Feb-19

Description:
Series 51766 Here's to the hatchet forever distinguished by fame



President Roosevelt Bidding Peary God Speed
Title:
President Roosevelt Bidding Peary God Speed
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1


Woodrow Wilson
Title:
Woodrow Wilson
Divided Back unused

Description:
Woodrow Wilson Series 2181



William Howard Taft
Title:
William Howard Taft
Divided Back PM 1908 Nov-10

Description:
SEPIA CAMPAIGN SERIES


George Washington
Title:
George Washington
Divided Back unused



Millard Fillmore
Title:
Millard Fillmore
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 Millard Fillmore, thirteenth President of the U.S. Served from July 10, 1850 to March 3, 1853.


Benjamin Harrison
Title:
Benjamin Harrison
Divided Back unused

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328



Hon. William H. Taft
Title:
Hon. William H. Taft
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 2323


Calvin Coolidge
Title:
Calvin Coolidge
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series A 1321



President Woodrow Wilson
Title:
President Woodrow Wilson
Divided Back unused


William Howard Taft
Title:
William Howard Taft
Divided Back unused



Lincoln Centennial Souvenir 1809-1909 - Abraham Lincoln - The Martyred President
Title:
Lincoln Centennial Souvenir 1809-1909 - Abraham Lincoln - The Martyred President
Divided Back PM 1910 Feb-14

Description:
"The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here have consecrated far above our poor power to add or detract."


Thomas Jefferson
Title:
Thomas Jefferson
Chrome PM 1954 Sep-15

Description:
Thomas Jefferson by Rembrant Peale, 1801 The New York Historical Society



James Monroe
Title:
James Monroe
Chrome PM 1958 Apr-28


President Eisenhower
Title:
President Eisenhower
Chrome unused

Description:
President Eisenhower - First Day Cancellation. Stamp from Monaco.



Bust of George Washington
Title:
Bust of George Washington
Chrome PM 1933 Feb-22

Description:
This is a reproduction of the famous Houdon bust of George Washington made from life at Mount Vernon by the great French sculptor in 1785. The bust has never been away from that shrine. This bust has been selected by the Portrait Committee of the George Washington Bicentennial as the official picture of The Father of His Country for the Bicentennial celebration of his birth in 1932.


George Washington
Title:
George Washington
Chrome PM 1954 Oct-8



President Roosevelt and Family
Title:
President Roosevelt and Family
Post Card (Undivided Back)


President Roosevelt as Colonel of the Rough Riders - on Horeseback
Title:
President Roosevelt as Colonel of the Rough Riders - on Horeseback
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1903 May-23



Theodore Roosevelt as a Rough Rider
Title:
Theodore Roosevelt as a Rough Rider
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Theodore Roosevelt, Colonel of the Rough Riders
Title:
Theodore Roosevelt, Colonel of the Rough Riders
Post Card (Undivided Back)



William McKinley
Title:
William McKinley
Private Mailing Card PM 1901 Sep-23


Nancy & Ronald Reagan
Title:
Nancy & Ronald Reagan
Continental Chrome



Barack Obama
Title:
Barack Obama
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Limited Edition, Signed


Bill Clinton Postcard Light-Switch-Cover
Title:
Bill Clinton Postcard Light-Switch-Cover
Continental Chrome unused



Greetings From America: Barack Obama 2008
Title:
Greetings From America: Barack Obama 2008
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
There is not a black America and a white America and Latino America and Asian America. There is the United States of America.


The Scotten Tobacco Co. - Salesman's Card
Title:
The Scotten Tobacco Co. - Salesman's Card
Detroit Michigan (MI), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Sep-28



Ronald Reagan
Title:
Ronald Reagan
Continental Chrome PM 1984


President Bush Funny Cartoon
Title:
President Bush Funny Cartoon
Maine (ME), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Greetings from Maine, Bush Country: Stormin Norman, President Bush, and General Powell Burying Hussien Once Again!



Chester Alan Arthur
Title:
Chester Alan Arthur
Continental Chrome unused


Theodore Roosevelt
Title:
Theodore Roosevelt
Continental Chrome unused



William Howard Taft
Title:
William Howard Taft
Continental Chrome unused


Grover Cleveland, President of the U.S.
Title:
Grover Cleveland, President of the U.S.
Continental Chrome unused



William McKinley
Title:
William McKinley
Continental Chrome unused


Bill Clinton and Al Gore in Leather Bondage
Title:
Bill Clinton and Al Gore in Leather Bondage
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Design by George Cataldo. Photo by Michael Hunn, NYC.



Harry S. Truman
Title:
Harry S. Truman
Continental Chrome unused


Abraham Lincoln
Title:
Abraham Lincoln
Linen unused



Franklin D. Roosevelt and the White House
Title:
Franklin D. Roosevelt and the White House
Real Photo unused


Calvin Coolidge
Title:
Calvin Coolidge
Real Photo unused



Calvin Coolidge Family Portrait
Title:
Calvin Coolidge Family Portrait
Real Photo unused


Bust of George Washington by Jean Antonine Houdon
Title:
Bust of George Washington by Jean Antonine Houdon
Divided Back unused



Four Men Standing Next to Each Other
Title:
Four Men Standing Next to Each Other
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 3 Entering Mombassa Harbor. An interesting group viewing Mombassa from the ships rail. Reading from left to right we have Messrs. Roosevelt, Selous, Mearns and Kermit Roosevelt. Mr. Selous is the most famous living African hunter; Mr. Mearns represents the Smithsonian Institute and has charge of all the taxidermy work of the expedition.


George Washington
Title:
George Washington
unused

Description:
Series 332



George Washington in Uniform Standing in Front of White Horse
Title:
George Washington in Uniform Standing in Front of White Horse
Divided Back unused

Description:
John Trumbull General George Washington Painting by John Trumbull Yale Gallery of Fine Arts


Official Italian Earthquake Relief Memorial Card
Title:
Official Italian Earthquake Relief Memorial Card
Divided Back PM 1909 Feb-12

Description:
December 28, 1908. American Italian General Relief Committee. World Building, New York. I earnestly wish success to the American Italian General Relief Committee.



Portrait of Andrew Jackson
Title:
Portrait of Andrew Jackson
unused


Portrait of Andrew Jackson President of the US
Title:
Portrait of Andrew Jackson President of the US
unused

Description:
DeLuxe



Portrait of James Knox Polk President of the US
Title:
Portrait of James Knox Polk President of the US
unused

Description:
Maximart Card


Portrait of James Monroe
Title:
Portrait of James Monroe
unused



Portrait of John Adams
Title:
Portrait of John Adams
unused


Portrait of Millard Fillmore President of the US
Title:
Portrait of Millard Fillmore President of the US
unused

Description:
Maximart Card



Portrait of Zachary Taylor
Title:
Portrait of Zachary Taylor
unused


President Roosevelt and his sons
Title:
President Roosevelt and his sons
Divided Back unused



Washington in the Uniform of a British Colonial Colonel
Title:
Washington in the Uniform of a British Colonial Colonel
Divided Back unused

Description:
A famous painting by Peale owned by Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginia


Ex-President Grover Cleveland Speaking at a to Governor bachelder at Sandwich
Title:
Ex-President Grover Cleveland Speaking at a to Governor bachelder at Sandwich
Real Photo unused



Laconia Tavern Hotel
Title:
Laconia Tavern Hotel
Laconia New Hampshire (NH), Chrome unused

Description:
President Dwight D. Eisenhower accompanied by Charles F. Stafford, General Manager during his visit to Laconia, New Hampshire June 23, 1955.


George and Barbara Bush
Title:
George and Barbara Bush
Chrome unused



Nancy Reagan, Pinellas Park, FL
Title:
Nancy Reagan, Pinellas Park, FL
Chrome unused


Abraham Lincoln
Title:
Abraham Lincoln
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 9463 A. Lincoln In Memory of the Centennial Anniversary of his birth.



Abraham Lincoln
Title:
Abraham Lincoln
Divided Back PM 1917 Feb-11

Description:
Portrait of Abraham Lincoln along with White House and Log cabin where he was born.


George Washington
Title:
George Washington
Divided Back

Description:
February 22, 1732 December 27, 1799



Washington's Farewell to his Officers
Title:
Washington's Farewell to his Officers
Divided Back unused

Description:
Feb 22 1732-Dec 14 1799


George Washington
Title:
George Washington
Divided Back PM 1912 Feb-21



Abraham Lincoln
Title:
Abraham Lincoln
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 717 Abraham Lincoln, The Martyred President Born at Elizabethtown, Ky, February 12th, 1809. First inaugurated president, March 4th, 1861. Again March 4th 1865. Assassinated in Ford's Theatre Washington, during the celebration of the close of the Civil War, April 14th, 1865. "With malice towards none, with charity for all."


Fighters for Peace, Roosevelt, Witte, Komura, Takahira, Rosen
Title:
Fighters for Peace, Roosevelt, Witte, Komura, Takahira, Rosen
Divided Back unused

Description:
Portsmouth Peace Treaty



First Lady Nancy Reagan
Title:
First Lady Nancy Reagan
Chrome unused

Description:
long interested in programs such as the "Foster Grandparents" visits with children at St. Anne's Hospital in Hyattsville, Maryland. March 18, 1981


Nancy Reagan and the Smurf
Title:
Nancy Reagan and the Smurf
Chrome unused

Description:
Smurfs are such fun, says Nancy Reagan and millions of young and old across the USA. Smurfs come in all occupations, they live in mushrooms, they outsmart the villian Gargamil, and rescue Mother Nature. This craze comes in stuffed animals, clothes, Smurf shoes, posters, puzzles, buttons, mobiles, banks, toothbrushes, sheets, blankets etc. The annual White House Easter Egg Roll has come a long way as Mrs. Reagan keeps it spiced up with current trends. April 12, 1983



Jacqueline Kennedy
Title:
Jacqueline Kennedy
Chrome unused

Description:
Summer of '60 - Hyannisport, Massachusetts


Nancy Reagan and Mr. T
Title:
Nancy Reagan and Mr. T
Chrome unused

Description:
For goodness sake, it's strapping Mr. T in his sleeveless red Santa suit wowing the children of the Washington Diplomatic corps after Nancy Reagan properly kissed him as she took first turn on his ample knee. Bedecked in white feathers, a plethora of jingling gold jewelry, and a bag of "little T" dolls, Mr. T gave the press a mock scolding about not "writing anything mean about the Reagans, or I'll have to call on you." Ho-Ho-Ho! December 12, 1983



Nancy Reagan and Mr. T. at 1984 White House Christmas Festivities
Title:
Nancy Reagan and Mr. T. at 1984 White House Christmas Festivities
Chrome unused

Description:
Nancy Reagan once again invites a popular hero to preside at the White House Christmas festivities for children. Youngsters ador (sic) Mr. T. and instinctively know he's a nice guy. Mrs. Reagan appreciates his support in fighting drugs, his interest in young people, and his indefatigeable entertaining for her Christmas children.With his usual attire of pounds and pounds of glittering gold, Mr. T. gets in the Christmas spirit by donning red and white Santa suit to pass out goodies and treat children to his uplifting presence. December 12, 1984.


Nancy Reagan on Different Strokes
Title:
Nancy Reagan on Different Strokes
Chrome unused

Description:
for the first time in 27 years to help her antidrug crusade. Shown here on the set of "Diff'rent Strokes," she congratulates Gary Coleman for the expose of drugs written into his Arnold character dialogue. Ignoring cue cards, Mrs. Reagan stumbles over a few lines but accomplished each of her two scenes in a single take. March 9, 1983



Nancy Reagan-Keep Them Drug Free
Title:
Nancy Reagan-Keep Them Drug Free
Chrome unused

Description:
Warm press comments appeared about Nancy Reagan and her crusade against drugs, as she blossomed as an advocate for more understanding and help in this national problem affecting so many people. March 1982.


Operation PAR Inc., Alpha Program
Title:
Operation PAR Inc., Alpha Program
Pinellas Park Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Mary Anne Fackelman Nancy Reagan, at Pinellas Park, joins fourth and fifth grades, their teachers, counselors, and parents as they told of the differences the Alpha Program has made in the lives of children, especially in raising their self esteem. Mrs. Reagan advised the 20 or so students to "realize that you are a person unto yourself and your own self-worth is really important." She has wholeheartedly supported the exemplary drug prevention programs in the nation. Here she demonstrates one of the first and most powerful activities in any drug program - listening, and then listening some more. The First Lady had warm press comments about her crusade against drugs and her grandmother's program. February 15, 1982. Mike Roberts Color Productions



Rulers of the World Group at Eden Musee, N. Y.
Title:
Rulers of the World Group at Eden Musee, N. Y.
New York (NY)


Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln
Title:
Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln
Divided Back

Description:
Lincoln's Birthday Series 155



Abraham Lincoln
Title:
Abraham Lincoln
Divided Back unused

Description:
Like a rock, Lincoln stood for preservation of the home and the Nation. Like Gibraltar, the Prudential Guarantees Home and Family Protection. The Prudential issues all that is good in life insurance, giving a most and best for the least. Ask about it.


Lincoln Centennial Souvenir
Title:
Lincoln Centennial Souvenir
Divided Back PM 1910

Description:
E. Nash Lincoln's Birthday Series 1 Abraham Lincoln, The Martyred President One hundredth anniversary of his birth at Elizabethtown, KY February 12th, 1809 First inaugurated President March 4th, 1861. Again March 4th 1865 Assassinated in Ford's Theatre Washington during the celebration of the close of the Civil War, April 14th, 1865. With malice toward none, with charity for all.



Abraham Lincoln
Title:
Abraham Lincoln
Divided Back unused

Description:
Lincolns Birthday Series 1 Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation Issued January 1st 1863 Four Millions of Slaves were liberated from bondage that had existed from the beginning of the National life. Henceforth a Government without a Master and without a Slave. Abraham Lincoln The Martyr's President


Abraham Lincoln, "The Rail Splitter"
Title:
Abraham Lincoln, "The Rail Splitter"
Divided Back

Description:
LIncoln's Birthday Series 1 Lincoln Centennial Souvenir Never idle; performing the humblest labor with the same enthusiasm that he pursued under the light of a tallow dip the learning that eventually entitled him to a place in the front ranks as an orator and a write of English.



100 year Commemorative, Abraham Lincoln's Birthday
Title:
100 year Commemorative, Abraham Lincoln's Birthday
Divided Back unused

Description:
1809 1909 In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of his birth. A. Lincoln. Lawyer, Statesman, February 12th. Profile portrait on top, Lincoln splitting rails on bottom.


Abraham Lincoln
Title:
Abraham Lincoln
Divided Back PM 1909

Description:
C. Chapman Series 51658 The White House The Log Cabin in which Abraham Lincoln was born Rock Spring Farm Kentucky Feb 12th 1809



Abraham Lincoln's Birth Place
Title:
Abraham Lincoln's Birth Place
Divided Back PM 1914 Feb-12

Description:
Series 415 Lincoln's Birth Place. 1809 1865


Washington - His Industry
Title:
Washington - His Industry
Divided Back PM 1910 Feb-10



Washington
Title:
Washington
Divided Back

Description:
Series 722 Feb. 22d 1732-Dec. 27th 1799


Washington Father of His Country
Title:
Washington Father of His Country
Divided Back PM Feb-22

Description:
1732-1799



William Howard Taft Portrait
Title:
William Howard Taft Portrait
Divided Back PM 1909 Sep-25

Description:
Presidents of the United States Series 2328 Twenty-sixth President of the US. Inaugurated March 4, 1909.


Washington in Seal with Flag
Title:
Washington in Seal with Flag
Divided Back unused

Description:
The first president of the United States. 1732 1799.



Jamestown Exposition 1907
Title:
Jamestown Exposition 1907
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
The President will press the button April 26th inviting the whole world. The Landing of John Smith Meet me on the war path Jamestown Exposition 1907. Magee& Robinson


President Wm. H. Taft
Title:
President Wm. H. Taft
Divided Back PM 1910



"In the Phillipines" - The Taft Party On Board the "Manchuria"
Title:
"In the Phillipines" - The Taft Party On Board the "Manchuria"
Divided Back

Description:
Burr McIntosh Series 121


Bwana Tumbo Back on the Job
Title:
Bwana Tumbo Back on the Job
Divided Back



President Roosevelt Bidding Peary God Speed
Title:
President Roosevelt Bidding Peary God Speed
Divided Back PM 1914 Nov-23

Description:
At Oyster Bay, July , 1908, on his dash for the pole, which terminated successfully April 8th, 1909. September 1st, 1909, Dr. Frederick A. Cook electrified the world with the announcement that he had planted the stars and stripes at the pole April 21st, 1908, and five days later the world was again electrified by the announcement that Commander R.E. Peary had also attained the goal.


Hon. William J. Bryan
Title:
Hon. William J. Bryan
Divided Back unused

Description:
The American Post Card "Photogravure" Series 125, 2324



Rutherford B. Hayes
Title:
Rutherford B. Hayes
unused

Description:
Nineteenth President of The United States. Born October 4, 1822. Inaugurated 1877. Died January 17, 1893.


Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Title:
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
unused



Washington, His Truthfulness
Title:
Washington, His Truthfulness
unused


Washington: His Bravery
Title:
Washington: His Bravery
unused



George Washington
Title:
George Washington
PM 1911 Mar-7

Description:
E pluribus unum


Washington: His Industry
Title:
Washington: His Industry
unused



President Chester A. Arthur
Title:
President Chester A. Arthur
unused

Description:
Twenty-first President of the United States. Born Oct. 5, 1830. Sworn into office Sept. 19, 1881 to finish Garfield's unexpired term. Died Nov. 18, 1886.


Benjamin Harrison
Title:
Benjamin Harrison
unused

Description:
Twenty-third President of The United States. Born August 20, 1833. Inaugurated 1889. Died March 13, 1901.



William McKinley, Twenty-fifth President of The United States
Title:
William McKinley, Twenty-fifth President of The United States
unused

Description:
Born Jan. 29, 1843. Inaugurated 1897 and 1901. Died Sept. 14, 1901.


Millard Fillmore
Title:
Millard Fillmore
unused

Description:
Thirteenth President of The United States. Born Feb. 7, 1800. Sworn into office July 9, 1850 to finish Zachary Taylor's unexpired term. Died March 8, 1874



George Washington
Title:
George Washington
unused

Description:
First President of the United States. Born Feb. 23, 1732. Inaugurated 1789 and 1793. Died Dec. 14, 1799.


James Buchanan
Title:
James Buchanan
unused

Description:
Fifteenth President of the United States. Born April 23, 1791. Inaugurated March 1857. Died June 1, 1868.



Thomas Jefferson, Third President of The United States
Title:
Thomas Jefferson, Third President of The United States
unused

Description:
Born April 2, 1743. Inaugurated 1801 and 1805. Died July 4, 1826.


Zachary Taylor
Title:
Zachary Taylor
unused

Description:
Zachary Taylor Twelfth President of The United States. Born Nov. 24, 1784. Inaugurated March 4, 1849. Died July 9, 1850.



Abraham Lincoln
Title:
Abraham Lincoln
unused

Description:
Sixteenth President of the United States. Born Feb. 12, 1809. Inaugurated 1861 and 1865. Died April 15, 1865.


Ulysses S. Grant
Title:
Ulysses S. Grant
unused

Description:
Eighteenth President of The United States. Born April 27, 1822. Inaugurated 1869 and 1873. Died July 23, 1885.



WASHINGTON - George Washington and His Home in PA.
Title:
WASHINGTON - George Washington and His Home in PA.
PM 1916

Description:
Series W-11 THE PRESIDENT'S HOUSE IN PHILADELPHIA 1791.


George Washinton Riding a Horse
Title:
George Washinton Riding a Horse
PM 1910 Feb-19

Description:
Series 2161 A Life without a Stain; A Fame without a Flaw



George Washington Taking Oath of Office
Title:
George Washington Taking Oath of Office
PM 1912 Feb-20

Description:
Series 722 Washington; Feb. 22d 1732 - Dec. 27th 1799


Washington Riding a White Horse
Title:
Washington Riding a White Horse


Description:
Series 722 First in War, First in Peace, and first in the Hearts of his Countrymen.



A Painting of Geroge Washington
Title:
A Painting of Geroge Washington


Description:
E. Nash Washington Birthday Series 2 Washington - his industry


Hon. Wm. H. Taft
Title:
Hon. Wm. H. Taft




Photo of Woodrow Wilson
Title:
Photo of Woodrow Wilson



Lincoln Centennial Souvenir
Title:
Lincoln Centennial Souvenir


Description:
Lincolns Birthday Series 1 Abraham Lincoln The Martyred President From the humblest origin, by zeal and personal worth, he reached the highest pinnacle of fame. His name will ever shine pre-eminently in history as the Champion of Liberty.



Abraham Lincoln Portrait with Flag
Title:
Abraham Lincoln Portrait with Flag
unused

Description:
With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right.


Hearse Carrying President John F. Kennedy's Body
Title:
Hearse Carrying President John F. Kennedy's Body
Dallas Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
and Mrs. Kennedy from Parkland Hospital back to airplane at Love Field.



Arrival of President's Escort Plane at Love Field
Title:
Arrival of President's Escort Plane at Love Field
Dallas Texas (TX), Chrome unused


President John F. Kennedy and Party Leaving Airplane at Love Field
Title:
President John F. Kennedy and Party Leaving Airplane at Love Field
Dallas Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Mrs. Kennedy - pink hat



Presidential and Escort Planes at Love Field
Title:
Presidential and Escort Planes at Love Field
Dallas Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Landed shortly after this picture was taken.


Ronald Reagan
Title:
Ronald Reagan
Chrome unused

Description:
Micheal Evans Ronald Reagan, 40th President of the United States, is pictured with Boy Scouts in Pennsylvania. Mike Roberts



Vice President Johnson and Others at Love Field
Title:
Vice President Johnson and Others at Love Field
Dallas Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Vice President Johnson, Governor John Connally, Presidential party and newspaper men.


Vice President Johnson and Others at Love Field
Title:
Vice President Johnson and Others at Love Field
Dallas Texas (TX), Chrome unused

Description:
Vice President Johnson, Governor Connally, Mrs. Kennedy (pink hat), other members of party at Dallas Love Field.



Evanston Celebration
Title:
Evanston Celebration
Evanston Illinois (IL), Divided Back unused

Description:
One Hundredth Anniversary Lincoln's Birth. February Twelfth, 1809-1909.


John Tyler, Tenth President of the United States
Title:
John Tyler, Tenth President of the United States
Divided Back

Description:
1841-1845. Born 1790 - died 1862. American Trust and Savings Bank. Masonic Temple. Cedar Rapids, Iowa.



Residence of President Calvin C. Coolidge
Title:
Residence of President Calvin C. Coolidge
Northampton Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1923 Oct-11


Residence of President Calvin C. Coolidge
Title:
Residence of President Calvin C. Coolidge
Northampton Massachusetts (MA), White Border



Abraham Lincoln During His Presidency, from a Photograph by Brady
Title:
Abraham Lincoln During His Presidency, from a Photograph by Brady
Divided Back unused

Description:
Springfield House, Tomb Every man is said to have his peculiar ambition. Whether that be true or not, I can say for one, that I have no other so great as that of being truly esteemed of my fellow-men, by rendering myself worthy of their esteem. - From a Speech, 1982


Lincoln During His Presidency
Title:
Lincoln During His Presidency
Divided Back unused

Description:
If I could save the Union without freeing any slave, I would do it; and if I could save it by freeing all the slaves, I would do it; and if I could save it by freeing some and leaving others alone, I would also do that. - Lincoln's letter to Horace Greeley, Aug. 22, 1862.



Lincoln At The Time He Made Cooper Union Speech, from a Photograph by Brady
Title:
Lincoln At The Time He Made Cooper Union Speech, from a Photograph by Brady
Divided Back unused

Description:
Indiana Home, Cooper Union "If any personal description of me is thought desirable, it may be said that I am, in height,six feet four inches, nearly; lean in flesh, weighing on average one hundred and eighty pounds; dark complexion, with coarse black hair and gray eyes. No other marks or brands recollected." - From a brief autobiography


Home of Abraham Lincolnn in Springfield, Ill.
Title:
Home of Abraham Lincolnn in Springfield, Ill.
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 51658



George Washington - Feb. 22, 1732 -Dec. 27, 1799p
Title:
George Washington - Feb. 22, 1732 -Dec. 27, 1799p
Divided Back unused

Description:
First In War First In Peace and First In the Hearts of His Countrymen.


Washington's Inauguration as President
Title:
Washington's Inauguration as President
Divided Back

Description:
Washington's Birthday Series 156



William Howard Taft Reads Toledo Blade
Title:
William Howard Taft Reads Toledo Blade
Divided Back PM 1906 Sep-19

Description:
A snapshot of Mr. Taft taken in a lull of the G. A. R. parade, Toledo, O., Sept. 2, '08.


George Washington with Eagle and Cherries
Title:
George Washington with Eagle and Cherries
Divided Back PM 1910 Feb-1

Description:
Washington Birthday Series 2 Eagle holds a banner reading "E Pluribus Unum"



Portrait of President Lincoln
Title:
Portrait of President Lincoln
Divided Back unused

Description:
Lincoln's Birthday Series 155 Showing Lincoln's birthplace and Lincoln's home in Springfield, Illinois. 1908-1865.


In Memory of George Washington
Title:
In Memory of George Washington
Divided Back

Description:
R. Veenfliet Series 51768 Washington On His Way To Trenton



A Smile For The Children
Title:
A Smile For The Children
Divided Back PM 1910 Jun-20


Abraham Lincoln and his Son, Tad
Title:
Abraham Lincoln and his Son, Tad
Divided Back unused



The Pen Used by President Coolidge When He Signed the Oath
Title:
The Pen Used by President Coolidge When He Signed the Oath
Real Photo unused


Celebrating President George Washington, With Cherries
Title:
Celebrating President George Washington, With Cherries
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 540 Washington, First in peace, First in war and First in the hearts of his countrymen.



Washington Entering New York
Title:
Washington Entering New York
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 414 1732 - 1799


President William McKinley
Title:
President William McKinley
Divided Back unused

Description:
Twenty-fifth President of The United States, Born Jan. 29, 1843. Inaugurated 1897 and 1901. Died Sept. 14, 1901



Washington Adopting The Five Pointed Star
Title:
Washington Adopting The Five Pointed Star
Divided Back PM Feb-19


The Nations Choice
Title:
The Nations Choice
Divided Back PM 1908 Jul-21

Description:
The Nations Choice For President Hon. William Howard Taft of Ohio For Vice President Hon. James S. Sherman of New York



George Washington
Title:
George Washington
Divided Back unused

Description:
Born Feb 22, 1732 Washington Died Dec 14, 1799


George Washington on Horseback
Title:
George Washington on Horseback
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 51646 "First in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen."



George Washington with U.S. Flag
Title:
George Washington with U.S. Flag
Divided Back unused

Description:
George Washington. First President of the United States. Born Feb. 22, 1732. Inaugurated 1789 and 1793. Died Dec 14, 1799.


"Bill" - William Howard Taft
Title:
"Bill" - William Howard Taft
Divided Back unused



Abraham Lincoln in Front of U.S. Flag
Title:
Abraham Lincoln in Front of U.S. Flag
Divided Back PM 1908 Jun-30

Description:
Series F.L. 225/2 With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right. Abraham Lincoln


Alice Roosevelt and Nicholas Longworth
Title:
Alice Roosevelt and Nicholas Longworth
Divided Back unused



John F. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy
Title:
John F. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy
Real Photo unused


The Roosevelt Family
Title:
The Roosevelt Family
Real Photo unused



Washington at Prayer
Title:
Washington at Prayer
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused


Thomas Jefferson - Portrait by Charles Wilson Peale
Title:
Thomas Jefferson - Portrait by Charles Wilson Peale
Divided Back unused



Richard Nixon and his Family
Title:
Richard Nixon and his Family
Real Photo


Allie Smith
Title:
Allie Smith
Plains Georgia (GA), Chrome unused

Description:
A long time resident of Plains, Georgia has been described by Time Magazine as, "A quiet impressive lady." Mrs. Smith, mother of America's First Lady, Rosalynn Carter, is pictured in the yard of her home, June 1979.



Ronald Reagan and Bonzo
Title:
Ronald Reagan and Bonzo
Dixon Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Can you believe I'm in Dixon, IL? Hometown of Ronald Reagan


John F. Kennedy
Title:
John F. Kennedy
Chrome unused



Portrait of George Washington
Title:
Portrait of George Washington
Fort Ticonderoga New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Portrait of George Washington by Artist Charles Peale Polk, Fort Ticonderoga Museum, NY.


Statue of George Washington
Title:
Statue of George Washington
Chrome unused



Portrait General Dwight D. Eisenhower
Title:
Portrait General Dwight D. Eisenhower
Real Photo unused

Description:
Supreme Commander of the Allied armies, at his desk at headquarters in Great Britain. On June 6th, 1944, he gave the order that started the invasion with the greatest numbers of men, guns, airplanes and warships ever assembled in history.


Abraham Lincoln Inset below Insets of His Father and Mother
Title:
Abraham Lincoln Inset below Insets of His Father and Mother
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 971 "All that I am or all that I hope to be I owe to my angel Mother" - Abraham Lincoln



Abraham Lincoln presenting the proclamation of freedom to a slave
Title:
Abraham Lincoln presenting the proclamation of freedom to a slave
Divided Back unused

Description:
C. Chapman Series 51658 Female figure of liberty, the American eagle and a statue of Lincoln and a kneeling slave


Washington's Home Life at Mount Vernon
Title:
Washington's Home Life at Mount Vernon
Divided Back unused

Description:
Washington's Birthday Series 156



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