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    President Andrew Jackson's Administration A group lot of 12 autographs by members of Jackson's administration, in various formats. Includes: Louis McLane (signature); Samuel H. Ingham (clipped FF signature); Amos Kendall (ALS, Feb. 1, 1858, responding to a request for Jackson's autograph. He writes, "My supply of Gen. Jackson's autograph has been so far reduced by frequent demands that I have none to spare..."); John Branch (signature); William J. Duane (signature); John H. Eaton (signature); Mahlon Dickerson (LS); William T. Barry (ALS); John MacPherson Berrien (ALS and signature); Edward Livingston (ALS); and Levi Woodbury (ALS, Nov. 9, 1848, regarding the Taylor/Cass/Van Buren election). Overall condition is very good to near fine. From the collection of Henry E. Luhrs.

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    October, 2007
    27th Saturday
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