WASHINGTON CREATES THE SECRET SERVICE. WASHINGTON, GEORGE. 1732-1799. Autograph Letter Signed ('Go Washington') to Captain Caleb Gibbs requesting outfitting during the creation of his Life Guard, 2 pp
WASHINGTON CREATES THE SECRET SERVICE. WASHINGTON, GEORGE. 1732-1799. Autograph Letter Signed ('...
WASHINGTON, GEORGE. 1732-1799. Letter Signed ('Go Washington') to Colonel Richard Gridley, the first engineer of the American Army, regarding plans for Boston fortifications and payment, 1 p, on first
[WAR OF 1812]. -- [WELLS, William (ca 1770-1812), his copy]. WASHINGTON, George (1732-1799). Official Letters to the Honourable American Congress... New York: Samuel Campbell, 1796.  2 volumes bo
(CIVIL RIGHTS.) CARVER, GEORGE WASHINGTON. Autograph Letter Signed, "Geo. W. Carver," to "My dear friends Mr. & Mrs. Chisholm," thanking for their Christmas greeting, explaining that he and his worker
WASHINGTON, George (1732-1799). Partly printed document accomplished in manuscript in a secretarial hand signed ("G:Washington"), as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army, countersigned by Jonath
George Washington's Nephew Bushrod, SC Justice, After Burning of D.C. War 1812, From Mt. Vernon [WAR OF 1812.] Bushrod Washington, Autograph Letter Signed, to Robert Morris, September 24, 1814, Mount
(GEORGE WASHINGTON.) William F. Turner. Letter to the president's great-grand-nephew, discussing his sale of Mount Vernon. Autograph Letter Signed to "Gus" (John Augustine Washington). 3 pages, 9¾