John Tyler

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. 1841 State of the Union Address

    1841 President John Tyler State of the Union Message


    76 pages in six Sections. Message from the President of the United States to the Two Houses of Congress at the Commencement of the First Session of The Twenty Seventh Congress, June 1, 1841 by President John Tyler. Also, detailed information on budgets including the war department. Original. In fragile condition. Particularly noteworthy is that it includes an address by Daniel Webster. Learn More
  2. John Tyler framed portrait

    John Tyler Framed Portrait


    Commemorative portrait of President James Polk. From oil painting in the collection of the the Corcoran Gallery, 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
  3. 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
  4. John Tyler 1841 States of the Union Address

    1847 Message From The President John Tyler Slavery & Death Of Harrison


    Message from the President of the United States to the Two Houses of Congress, at the Commencement of the Second Session of the Twenty-Seventh Congress. December 7, 1841 Washington [D.C.] 76 Pages. Limited printing of 3,500 total copies issues. Includes introductory comments relating to the death of William Harrison that led to Tyler assuming the Presidency. Also mentions attempts to limit the slave trade from Africa, "the highest considerations of public honor, as well as the strongest promptings of humanity, require a resort to the most vigorous efforts to suppress the trade. Includes text of documents to and from Daniel Webster, John Bell from the War Department and more. Learn More

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