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

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

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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

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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

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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

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

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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

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RAYMOND, BENJAMIN WRIGHT (1801-83) Mayor of Chicago, Illinois – 1839-40 & 1842-43; President of the Fox River Railroad; Instrumental in the development of Lake Forest University and the city of Lake Forest, Illinois

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Co-founded the Elgin Watch Company in 1866; Namesake of the company’s first model, the “B.W. Raymond”

 

REAM, JOSEPH (1830-1901) Union Lieutenant – 106th Illinois Infantry – 1862-65; Resident and prominent citizen of Mount Pulaski, Illinois

# reamjoseph
 

REDFIELD, WILLIAM COX (1858-1932) U.S. Secretary of Commerce – 1913-19; U.S. Representative – New York – 1911-13

# redfieldwilliamcox
 

REED, CHARLES HARVEY (1834-?) Renowned Attorney in Rock Island & Chicago, Illinois; Elected State’s Attorney for Chicago – 1864

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REED, ROBERT RENTOUL (1807-64) U.S. Congressman – Pennsylvania – 1849-51

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REISCH, FRANZSALES (1809-75) German-Born Merchant & Brewer in Beardstown & Springfield, Illinois

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REVELS, HIRAM R. (1827-1901) First Black U.S. Senator – Mississippi – 1870-71

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REVERE, JOSEPH W. (1812-80) Union Brigadier General – Massachusetts; Grandson of Revolutionary-era patriot Paul Revere

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REVERE, PAUL (1734-1818) American Silversmith, Engraver, and Revolutionary War-era Patriot

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REYNOLDS, DANIEL H. (1832-1902) Confederate Brigadier General – Arkansas

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REYNOLDS, JOHN F. (1820-63) Union Major General – Pennsylvania; Killed-in-Action at the Battle of Gettysburg – July 1, 1863

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REYNOLDS, JOSEPH SMITH (1839-11) Union Brevet Brigadier General; Union Officer – 64th Illinois Infantry – 1861-65

# 8863

Saw action from Corinth through the war’s final battles in North Carolina; Took part in the grand review of General Sherman’s army, Washington, D.C., May 24, 1865

 

 
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