THE TRUMAN PRESIDENCY. A LEGACY OF LEADERSHIP. 1945-1995. Commemorating The 50th Anniversary Of The Preidency Of Harry S. Truman. A souvenir booklet of a dinner held at the National Building Museum, Washington D.C. and sponsored by The Harry S.Truman Library Institute For National and International Affairs, Wednesday, October 25, 1995. 4to. 24 pages. Blue covers stamped in gilt and decorated with a gilt cord and tassel. Each cover features a pocket containing cards with details of the Menu; Prog ...click for details
SOUVENIR BOOKLET OF THE COMMISSIONING OF THE UNITED STATES SHIP HARRY S.TRUMAN (CVN 75). Saturday, July 25, 1998. 4to. Blue covers stamped in gilt. 50pp (including a 4 page fold out, see enlargement 2). Contents include a brief biography of Truman; details of the ship; list of officers; and list of dignitaries attending - including President Clinton, etc. In mint condition.
MARYLAND's 56th GOVERNOR MARVIN MANDEL's CHRISTMAS CARD. No date. The card's folded measurement is 6" by 9 1/4". The card features Maryland's State Seal and the State House Dome, in color, within a gilt-ruled border. Mandel, a Democrat, served as Maryland's Governor from 1969 to 1979. Please see enlargements for details. In very good condition. No envelope.
A WHITE HOUSE INVITATION FROM MRS. TRUMAN FOR AN "AT HOME-GARDEN PARTY" EVENT. 1940s. The invitation us printed on cream card stock measuring 3 1/2" x 4 1/2". The Presidential Seal is imprinted in gold at top center. There is a small marginal tear and some yellowed scotch tape affixed otherwise very good. Please see enlargements.
A WHITE HOUSE INVITATION FROM MRS.TRUMAN FOR AN AT HOME-GARDEN PARTY EVENT. TOGETHER WITH THE FRONT OF AN ENVELOPE DATED APRIL 1948. The card is printed on cream card stock measuring 3 1/2" x 4 1/2". The Presidential Seal is imprinted in gold at top center. Both card and envelope have yellowed scotch tape affixed (please see enlargements).
A WHITE HOUSE INVITATION FROM MRS. ROOSEVELT. AN "AT HOME/GARDEN PARTY" EVENT FOR THURSDAY, MAY FIFTEENTH, (1941). The invitation is printed on cream card stock measuring 3 1/2" x 4 1/2". The Presidential Seal is imprinted in gold at top center. "1941" is written neatly in ink lower right. There are two areas with yellowed scotch tape affixed otherwise in very good condition.
A BLUE LEATHER BOOKMARK COMMEMORATING PRINCE CHARLES'INVESTITURE AS THE PRINCE OF WALES. JULY 1,1969. The ceremony was held at CAERNARVON CASTLE, WALES. A fine blue leather bookmark with gilt stamped decoration of the Welsh Dragon, The Prince of Wales' Feathers, and, Caernarvon Castle. Please see enlargements for details. Measures 9 inches by 1 1/2 inches. In mint condition.
A BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD MENU FOR JUNE 10, 1939 COMMEMORATING THE ROYAL VISIT OF THEIR BRITANNIC MAJESTIES KING GEORGE VI & QUEEN ELIZABETH TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The menu has a lacquer coating and was probably at one time framed. The lower edge has been trimmed and the menu has unfortunately lost its printed B.&O. identification. King George VI & Queen Elizabeth made a lengthy cross-country trip to Canada in 1938/39 and in June 1939 visited the U.S.A. at the invitat ...click for details
PUNCH MAGAZINE. KING GEORGE V. MR PUNCH'S LOYAL TRIBUTE. Volume CXC. No.4940. Published January 29, 1936. Original wrappers. Punch's KING GEORGE V MEMORIAL ISSUE featuring illustrations by Punch's leading illustrators such as Bernard Partridge and Ernest H. Shepard. Of special interest is a double page tribute to EDWARD, THE PRINCE OF WALES with a poem "The Light Burns On" illustrated by SHEPARD (who captions his illustration "VIVE LE ROI!"). The Prince was to be ...click for details
PUNCH MAGAZINE. KING GEORGE VI 1936-1952. Published February 13, 1952. Vol.CCXXII. No.5308. Original wrappers. A special MEMORIAL ISSUE featuring tributes to King George VI and illustrated by leading Punch illustrators such as Bernard Partridge and Ernest H. Shepard. Included is a lovely illustration by Shepard of PRINCESS ELIZABETH who is to be the next reigning monarch (see enlargement 4). In very good condition.