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Keystone. 33535. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, President of the United States, at His Desk in the Executive Offices, Washington, D.C. VG. $75

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Keystone. 32790. Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Presidential Nominee of the Democratic Party, at Chicago, Ill. VG. $75

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Keystone. 16508. Hon. William H. Taft, the Choice of the Republican Party in the Presidential Campaign of 1908. VG. $45

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HC White Co. 9930. America’s tribute to its Chief Magistrate-thus crowds greet him everywhere. Station sign reads “Canon City.” VG. $50

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Underwood & Underwood. The Newspaper men with Senator Kean, Secretary Lochand, Secretary Barnes, Sagamore Hill, Oyster Bay, NY. “Library of Congress Surplus Duplicate” stamped on verso. VG. $50

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The Universal Photo Art Co. 115-President and Mrs. Roosevelt Entering Their Carriage at Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Copyright 1904 by C.H. Graves. E. $50

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The Universal Photo Art Co. 4457. Inauguration of President Roosevelt, March 4, 1905. The Inaugural Parade, Cavalry Escort. VG. $50

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Griffith & Griffith. Judge W.H. Taft. Stereoview of Taft before becoming President. “Library of Congress Surplus Duplicate” stamped on verso. VG. $65

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Universal Photo Art Co. 5677. Ohio Society of Phila. Banquet to Hon. Wm. Taft, Jan. 14, 1908. Copyright 1908 by C.H. Graves. VG. $30

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HC White Co. 13009. Hon. William H. Taft, Secretary of War. VG. $60

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Underwood & Underwood. 10576. President William H. Taft at work-Executive Office, Washington. “Library of Congress Surplus Duplicate” stamped on verso. VG. $60

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Keystone. 16601. President Taft Touching the Golden Bell Which Opened the Flood Through the Gunnison Tunnel, Montrose, Colorado, Sept. 23, 1909. VG. $30


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Keystone. 14155-President Roosevelt on His Arrival at the Exposition Grounds-Accompanied by President Tucker of the Exposition Company and Members of Presidential Party, April 26, 1907. VG. $35


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U&U. Attorney General Griggs, on the Presidential Party’s Receiving Stand, Minneapolis, Minn., President’s Western Tour. G. $30

     
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Stamp of B.F. Stevens, Peabody, Mass, Jeweler & Stationer, on verso. Peabody Square looking up Lowell St. Flag across the street during campaign of Garfield for President. Rare. E. $250  [There are more views from this series on the Massachusetts Stereoviews page.]

  
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B.W. Kilburn, Littleton, NH. 14565. The last sad home coming. At the depot, Canton, O. Mckinley’s funeral. E. $15

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Pres97. Joseph W. Warren, Fall River, Mass. Grant at Oak Bluffs. G. $95


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E&HT Anthony. Prominent Portraits. No. 5431. Hon. Andrew Johnson, President of the United States. VG. $850


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E&HT Anthony. No. 2956. The Funeral of President Lincoln, New-York, April 25th, 1865. VG. $250


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Keystone. 21043. Ketchikan-in Far-off Alaska, Welcomes Pres. Harding. VG. $40

President Lincoln and General McClellan in Tent at Antietam  President Lincoln and General McClellan in Tent at Antietam
CW1004. Taylor & Huntington, Hartford, Conn. The War For The Union. Photographic War History. 602. President Lincoln and Gen. McClellan in McClellan’s Tent. After the battle of Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862, President Lincoln visited the Army of the Potomac, and this view shows the President and “Little Mac” in McClellan’s tent at Headquarters Army of the Potomac, Antietam, October 4, 1862. G. $2500

President and Mrs. Roosevelt at the Century of Progress
PR140. Keystone. 33198. Thousands Greeted Presdient and Mrs. Roosevelt at Legion Convention, Administration Bldg., A Century of Progress, Chicago, Oct. 2, 1933. E. $75

Funeral of President Lincoln Philadelphia  Funeral of President Lincoln Philadelphia
Pres107. No ID. Lincoln’s Funeral Procession, April 22, 1865, Philadelphia. Banner for Major General Hancock’s 4th Army Corps with recruitment bonuses hands from building. G. $950

Funeral of President Lincoln Philadelphia  Funeral of President Lincoln Philadelphia
Pres108. No ID. Lincoln’s Funeral Procession, April 22, 1865, Philadelphia. Banner for Major General Hancock’s 4th Army Corps with recruitment bonuses hands from building. Label on verso “From Wilson & Hood, Dealers in Photographic Goods, 626 Arch St., Phila.” G. $1200

Abraham Lincoln's catafalque NYC Abraham Lincoln's catafalque NYC
PR143. [George Stacy]. Abraham Lincoln’s catafalque NYC. Carried by Peter Relyea’s huge and elaborately decorated hearse, which was drawn by sixteen horses. VG. $650

McKinley and Booker T. Washington McKinley and Booker T. Washington
PR144. U&U. President McKinley, Gov. Jos. E. Johnston and Booker T. Washington, Tuskegee, Alabama. Copyright 1902. Note thin peel on verso. G. $150

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PR148. U&U. 10575. President William H. Taft at his desk, Executive Office, Washington, DC. VG. $50

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PR149. U&U. 10576. President William H. Taft at work, Executive Office, Washington. G. $30

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PR150. U&U. 10062. Hon. William H. Taft at his desk, Washington DC. VG. $60

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PR152. U&U. Beginning the great hunt–President Roosevelt and party entering the bear country. VG. $85

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PR157. U&U. President Roosevelt and Senator Fairbanks, at Sagamore Hill, Oyster Bay, NY. VG. $40

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PR158. U&U. 7661-On the great bear hunt-President Roosevelt after leaving Newcastle for the mountains-Colorado. VG. $125

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PR159.  U&U. President Roosevelt and Senator Fairbanks at Sagamore Hill. Oyster, Bay, NY. VG. $40

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PR161. U&U. President and Mrs. Roosevelt and guests-noted officers and yachtsmen at Navel review, off Long Island. VG. $40

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PR164. U&U. “These scenes of northern and southern valor should make us all better Americans.” President Roosevelt, Lookout Mountain, Tenn. G. $50

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PR168. U&U. The President and a group of the Notification Committee at Sagamore Hill, Oyster, Bay. NY. VG. $50

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PR173. U&U. “To the North and South the Great War’s Memories are priceless heritages of honor.”–Prest. Roosevelt, Exposition, Charleston, SC. G. $40

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PR177. HC White. 9943. President Roosevelt speaking from his train at Colorado Springs, Col. VG. $45

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PR179. HC White. 9931. President Roosevelt and Party after nine hour ride through rain and mud, Rockly Mtns., Col. VG. $75

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PR180. HC White. 9933. Returning from the Hunt-the President of the People, Glenwood Springs, Col. VG. $45

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PR181. HC White. 9901. President Roosevelt at his Desk in the White House, Washington, VG. $15

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PR182. Keystone. 16639-Ex-President Roosevelt responding to the welcome of his Countrymen on his Arrival in New York After his Extended Trip Abroad, June 18, 1910. VG. $45

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PR183. Universal View Co. President and Mrs. Roosevelt and Party aboard the Mayflower. Review of the War Fleet, Oyster Bay, Aug. 17th, 1903. VG. $35

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PR184. U&U. “The soldier, however patriotic, who runs away is no good.” President Roosevelt, Brattleboro, Vt. G. $30

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PR185. J.F. Jarvis, Washington DC. Cleveland and Wife. VG. $35

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PR187. Keystone. 189. Pension Building (Inaugural Ball Room), Washington DC. The ball given in honor of Cleveland and Stevenson. VG. $25

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PR188. B.W. Kilburn. 7924. Six Hundred Musicians rendering Columbian March at opening of Exposition. President Cleveland’s address, May Day. VG. $30

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PR189. B.W. Kilburn. 7922. The Blind Chaplain opening the Columbian Exposition with prayer. President Cleveland’s address, May Day. VG. $30

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PR191. Keystone. 13365. America’s Most Notable Gathering of Military Heroes-Left to Right, Jacques (Belgium), Diaz (Italy), Coolidge, Foch (France), Pershing and Beatty. In Kansas City. VG. $5

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PR192. Keystone. 496. Garfield Memorial, Lakeview Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio. G. $5

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PR193. Globe Stereograph Company. 26. Grant’s Log Cabin, L.P. Expo, 1904. Tinted. VG. $25

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PR194. Littleton View Co. General U.S. Grant. Fair. $10

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PR195. No ID. Photosculpture. US Grant. VG. $10

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PR196. B.W. Kilburn. 7911. Inaugural Procession, the Militia, 1893. Cleveland. G. $20

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PR197. Kilburn Brothers. 5048. The Grand Parade, Pennsylvania Avenue, March 4th, 1889. Wash DC. Benjamin Harrison’s Inaugural Parade. G-. $25

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PR199. Keystone. 11952. Boston’s first reception to President Wilson is the occasion of his return from France, February 24, 1919–Party arriving at State House. VG. $40

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PR200. Keystone. 17388. First President in History to participate in a Public Event on foot-President Wilson Marching in First Div., Preparedness Parade, Washington DC. VG. $25

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PR201. Keystone. 16658. President Woodrow Wilson at his desk, Washington, DC. VG. $50

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PR202. Keystone. 18781. Clemenceau, Wilson and Lloyd George leaving Palace of Versailles after signing peace treaty. VG. $5

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PR203. Keystone. 16770. President Woodrow Wilson reading a message to Joint Session of House and Senate, Congressional Chamber, Washington, DC. VG. $5

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PR204. No ID. President Wilson (in white pants and carrying a flag) leading parade of conscripts on Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, DC, Sept. 1917. VG. $25

President Grant
PR223. Pach Bros., NY. Mr. & Mrs. Gen. Grant & Son Jessie, 1872 at their cottage by the sea. VG. $125