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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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POLK, JAMES KNOX (1795-1849) Eleventh U.S. President - 1845-49; U.S. Representative Tennessee 1825-39; Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives 1835-39; Governor of Tennessee 1839-41

# polkjamesknox
 

POLK, LEONIDAS (1806-64) Confederate Lieutenant General

# polkleonidas
 

POLK, TRUSTEN W. (1811-76) Confederate Colonel in the Missouri State Guard; Governor of Missouri 1857; U.S. Senator Missouri 1857-62 - expelled from the U.S. Senate for Disloyalty

# polktrustenw
 

POPE, JOHN (1822-92) Union Major General - Kentucky; Commanded the Union Army of the Potomac at the Battle of Second Bull Run

# popejohn
 

POWELL, LAZARUS W. (1812-67) Governor of Kentucky 1851-55; U.S. Senator Kentucky 1859-65

# powelllazarusw
 

PREBLE, EDWARD (1761-1807) Served in the American Revolutionary War; U.S. Navy Commodore First Barbary War

# preblee

Printed facsimile signature, on a steel engraving.

 

PRESTON, WILLIAM (1816-87) Confederate Brigadier General Kentucky

# prestonwilliam
 

PRESTON, WILLIAM BALLARD (1805-62) Confederate Congressman Virginia; U.S. Navy Secretary 1849-50; U.S. Congressman 1847-49

# prestonwilliamballard
 

PROCTOR, REDFIELD (1831-1908) U.S. Secretary of War 1889-91; Governor of Vermont 1878-80; U.S. Senator Vermont - 1891-1908; Union Colonel 15th Vermont Infantry

# proctorredfield
 

PUGH, GEORGE ELLIS (1822-76) Captain of the Fourth Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the Mexican War; U.S. Senator Ohio 1855-61

# pughgeorgeellis
 

PUGH, JAMES L. (1820-1907) Officer in the Confederate Army; Confederate Congressman 1862-65; U.S. Senator 1880-97; U.S. Representative Alabama 1859-61

# pughjamesl
 

PURDY, SMITH MEADE (1796-1870) U.S. Congressman New York 1843-45

# purdysmithmeade
 

QUINCY, JOSIAH (1772-1864) Harvard University President 1829-45; Mayor of Boston, Massachusetts 1823-29; U.S. Representative 1805-13

# quincyjosiah
 

QUITMAN, JOHN A. (1799-1858) U.S. Major General - Mexican War; U.S. Representative Mississippi - 1855-58; Governor of Mississippi 1835-36 & 1850-51

# quitmanjohna
 

RAMSAY, DAVID (1749-1815) American Revolutionary War, served as a field surgeon in the South Carolina Militia during the Siege of Charleston; Delegate to the Continental Congress South Carolina 1782-83 & 1785-86

# randolphj

Printed facsimile signature, on a steel engraving.

 

RAMSEUR, STEPHEN D. (1837-64) Confederate Major General - North Carolina; Mortally wounded at the Battle of Cedar Creek, October 19, 1864

# ramseursd
 

RANDOLPH, JOHN (of Roanoke) (1783-1833) U.S. Senator Virginia 1825-27; U.S. Representative Virginia 1799-1813, 1815-17, 1819-25, 1827-29 & 1833

# randolphj
 

RANSOM, MATTHEW W. (1826-1904) Confederate Brigadier General North Carolina

# ransommattheww
 

RANSOM, ROBERT, JR. (1828-92) Confederate Major General, brother of Confederate Brigadier General Matthew W. Ransom

# ransomrobertjr
 

RAUCH, JOHN HENRY (?-1894) Union Surgeon & Brevet Lieutenant Colonel

# rauchjohnhenry
 
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