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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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STEEL, WILLIAM A. (1836-79) American Businessman, known for establishing the largest stone quarry company in the U.S. at the time; Mayor of Joliet, Illinois – 1869-73 & 1875-76

# steelwilliama

Organized and served as Major of the National Iron Works Battalion in St. Louis, building gunboats for the Union during the American Civil War

 

STENGER, JOHN (1825-1911) German-Born Brewer in Naperville, Illinois

# 8914
 

STEVENS, AARON FLETCHER (1819-87) Union Brevet Brigadier General; Union Colonel – 13th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry; U.S. Representative – New Hampshire – 1867-71

# stevensaaronfletcher
 

STEWART, ALEXANDER (ca 1739-1794 ) British Lieutenant Colonel during the American Revolutionary War; Major General in the British Army – 1790; British Member of Parliament – 1786-94

# stewartalexander
 

STEWART, ALEXANDER P. (1821-1908) Confederate Lieutenant General - Tennessee

# stewartalexanderp
 

STODDERT, BENJAMIN (1751-1813) First U.S. Navy Secretary – 1798-1801; Continental Army Cavalry Captain

# stoddertbenjamin
 

STONE, JAMES W. (1813-54) U.S. Representative from Kentucky – 1843-45 & 1851-53

# stonejw
 

STRAHL, OTHO F. (1831-64) Confederate Brigadier General – Tennessee; Killed-in-Action at the Battle of Franklin – November 30, 1864

# strahlothof
 

STREICHER, JULIUS (1885-1946) German Publisher, Politician, and Nazi Propagandist

# streicherjulius
 

STRINDBERG, JOHAN AUGUST (1849-1912) Swedish Playwright & Novelist

# strindbergjohanaugust
 

STRONG, JAMES G. (?-?) Prominent Resident of Dwight, Illinois

# strongjg
 

STUART, CHARLES EDWARD (1720-88) Grandson of King James II of England, the Stuart claimant to the throne of Great Britain after 1766 as "Charles III," also known as "the Young Pretender"

# stuartcharlesedward
 

STUART, JAMES EWELL BROWN (1833-64) Confederate Major General; Mortally wounded at the Battle of Yellow Tavern – May 11, 1864

# stuartjamesewellbrown
 

SWEITZER, NELSON B. (1828-98) Union Brevet Brigadier General; Staff Officer to General George B. McClellan; Union Colonel – 16th New York Cavalry & 3rd New York Provisional Cavalry

# sweitzernelsonb
 

SWIFT, JONATHAN (1667-1745) Anglo-Irish Essayist, Satirist, and Political Pamphleteer

# swiftj
 

SYDNEY, LADY MORGAN (1781-1859) Irish Novelist, best known as the author of “The Wild Irish Girl”

# sydneyladymorgan
 

SYPHER, JACOB H. (1837-1905) Union Brevet Brigadier General; Union Colonel – 11th U.S. Colored Heavy Artillery; U.S. Congressman – Louisiana – 1868-69 & 1870-75

# sypherjacobh
 

TAFT, HELEN HERRON (1861-1943) U.S. First Lady – 1909-13; Wife of U.S. President William Howard Taft

# tafthelenh
 

TAFT, WILLIAM HOWARD (1857-1930) Twenty-Seventh U.S. President - 1909-13; Chief Justice of the United States, Supreme Court – 1921-30; U.S. Secretary of War - 1904-08

# taftwilliamhoward
 

TANEY, ROGER B. (1777-1864) Chief Justice of the United States, Supreme Court - 1836-64, appointed by Andrew Jackson & remembered for ruling in the “Dred Scott” decision; U.S. Attorney General – 1831-33; U.S. Treasury Secretary – 1833-34

# taneyrogerb
 
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