Franklin Pierce

Presidential memorabilia, collectilbes, souvenirs from Calvin Coolidge to George Washington including unique and unusual items from our nation's presidents.

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  1. Franklin Pierce Framed Portrait

    Franklin Pierce Framed Portrait


    Commemorative portrait of President Franklin Pierce. From oil painting in the collection of the the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. and one of a series of prints produced in the 1960's featuring each President from George Washington to Lyndon Johnson.. Printed signature of the President displayed under the portrait. Nice new mahogany colored frame with glass with beading. Ready for wall display or use the attached easel. Learn More
  2. 1856 Democratic National Convention

    1856 Democratic National Convention Proceedings - James Buchanan


    Original eighty four page Proceedings of the 1856 Democratic National Convention, the first convention administered by the Democratic National Committee. Convention nominated James Buchanan for President. It was held in Cincinnati Ohio June 2-6 1852. Discussed in detail all of the events each day that led up to the nomination. Amazing piece of Democratic and American political history.A cornerstone piece to any Democratic Party political memorabilia collection. Learn More
  3. Franklin Pierce Medal

    Franklin Pierce U.S. Mint Medal


    U.S. Mint Medal for Franklin Pierce. 3" diameter bronze high relief medal Learn More
  4. White House Christmas Ornaments

    Friends of the White House John Adams Collectible Christmas Ornament


    President John Adams dition of the beautiful white house christmas ornament series produced by "Friends of the White House", featuring the inauguraiton of John Adams. Each ornament is hand blown, silvered, hand-painted and intricately decorated glass ornament. Elegantly gift boxed along with decriptive literature. This first in a series ornament commemorated the fascinating story behind the White House and our presidential history. By creating the second-in-an-annual-series of ornaments, Friends of the White House honors the second President of the United States, John Adams, the first President to reside in the newly constructed White House. The result of a centuries-old tradition of distinctive glass making, this handcrafted ornament is hand blown, silvered, individually painted, and intricately decorated by skilled artisans. Each glittering ornament is truly unique. This ornament features a faithful reproduction of an original painting depicting President John Adams arrival at the White House on Saturday, November 1, 1800, accompanied by two gentlemen, Billy Shaw, his secretary, and John Brisling, his steward on horseback. Incorporated into the design is President Adams’ signature along with his famous quotation regarding the White House, now found over the fireplace in the White House State Dining Room. The famous quotation is excerpted text of a letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, November 2, 1800, and is reproduced in John Adams own handwriting. Permission to quote and publish text from the original manuscript of the Adams Family Papers has been given to Friends of the White House as a courtesy by the Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, Massachusetts. Learn More
  5. Franklin Pierce Nomination Speech

    Speech in Honor of the Nomination for President of Franklin Pierce 1852


    Speech of John H. George, Esq, of Concord at the Mass Convention of the Democracy of New Hampshire, In Honor of the Nomination of Gen. Franklin Pierce held at Concord, N.H. June 10, 1852. Original eight page printed pamphlet. Learn More
  6. Bleeding Kansas 1856

    1856 Bleeding Kansas Military Forces in Kansas Slavery


    1856. Bleeding Kansas, Bloody Kansas or the Border War was a series of violent political confrontations in the United States involving anti-slavery "Free-Staters" and pro-slavery "Border Ruffian", or "southern yankees" elements in Kansas between 1854 and 1861. This is a four page document entitled Message from the President of the United States communication information in reference to the employment of government military forces it the Territory of Kansas. Includes messages from President Franklin Pierce and Jefferson Davis, Original Learn More
  7. Speech of Mr. Pierce of New Hampshire

    1840 Early Franklin Pierce Speech Regarding Military Affairs


    Early in his political career during the time when he served in the House of Representatives, Original 8 page pamphlet. "Speech of Mr. Pierce of New Hampshire." delivered in the Senate, May 1, 1840. Franklin Pierce was chosen to chair the Committee on Miiltary pensions, a thankless taks that he handled with an admirable sense of duty, and was a member of the commitee on Miltary Affairs. This address deals with the high cost validity of many seeking miliatary pensions. Resigned from the Senate February 29,9142 to return to New Hampshire after the birth of his son Benjamin. Learn More

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