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AUTHENTIC AUTOGRAPH LIBRARY

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Compiled from records which have been diligently studied over the centuries, AUTHENTIC AUTOGRAPH LIBRARY is the foremost comprehensive on-line source for research and authentication of manuscripts from all fields of human endeavor. Pricing and valuation information is not provided, nor are any of the illustrated items available for sale. As a scholarly work in progress, recently discovered exemplars are being added regularly.
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CURRIER, CHARLES LOYAL (1828-?) Prominent Insurance Executive in Chicago, Illinois; Official in the American Insurance Company

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CURRY, JABEZ LAMAR MONROE (1825-1903) Confederate Congressman - Alabama 1861-64; Confederate Lieutenant Colonel of Cavalry; U.S. Representative Alabama 1857-61; Mexican War Private in the Texas Rangers

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CURTIN, ANDREW GREGG (1817-94) Governor of Pennsylvania 1861-67; U.S. Representative Pennsylvania 1881-87

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CUSTER, BOSTON (1848-76) Brother of George Armstrong & Thomas Custer; Killed at the Battle of the Little Big Horn, June 25, 1876

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CUSTER, ELIZABETH B. (1842-1933) Wife of 7th Cavalry Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer; Author of Numerous Books on Her Husband and the American West

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CUSTER, GEORGE ARMSTRONG (1839-76) Union Major General of Cavalry Michigan; Lieutenant Colonel 7th U.S. Cavalry Killed-in-Action at Little Big Horn

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CUSTER, THOMAS W. (1845-76) U.S. Army Officer; Twice awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for service during the American Civil War; Younger brother of George Armstrong Custer, in whose command he was killed-in-action at the Battle of Little Big Hor

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CUSTIS, GEORGE WASHINGTON PARKE (1781-1857) American Author; Grandson of Martha Washington; Father-in-Law of Robert E. Lee; Owner of Arlington House

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CUTLER, AUGUSTUS W. (1827-97) U.S. Congressman New Jersey 1875-79

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D'ANNUNZIO, GABRIELE, PRINCE OF MONTENEVOSO (1863-1938) Italian Poet, Orator, Journalist, Politician, and Army Officer during World War I

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DACIER, ANNE LE FEVRE (1651-1720) French Scholar, Translator, and Editor

# dacierannelefevre
 

DADE, FRANCIS L. (ca.1793-1835) U.S. Army Officer; Ambushed and killed during the Second Seminole War near present-day Ocala, Florida, in what came to be known as the "Dade Massacre"

# dadefrancisl
 

DAGUERRE, LOUIS (1787-1851) French Artist & Photographer, recognized for his invention of the Daguerreotype

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DAHLGREN, JOHN A. (1809-70) Union Rear Admiral - Pennsylvania

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DAHLGREN, MADELEINE VINTON (1825-89) American Writer, Translator, and Anti-Suffragist; Married U.S. Admiral John A Dahlgren in 1865

# dahlgrenmadeleinevinton
 

DALE, RICHARD (1756-1826) American Revolutionary War, Officer in the Continental Navy; U.S. Navy Commodore First Barbary War

# dalerichard
 

DALLAS, ALEXANDER J. (1759-1817) U.S. Treasury Secretary - 1814-16; Acting U.S. Secretary of War - 1815

# dallasalexanderj
 

DALLAS, GEORGE M. (1792-1864) U.S. Vice President 1845-49; U.S. Senator Pennsylvania 1831-33; Mayor of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1828-29; Namesake of Dallas Counties in Arkansas, Iowa, Missouri, and Texas

# dallasgeorgem
 

DALTON, TRISTRAM (1738-1817) U.S. Senator - Massachusetts - 1789-91; Close friend of George Washington

# daltontristram
 

DANA, AMASA (1792-1867) U.S. Congressman New York 1843-45

# danaamasa
 
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