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Israeli Foreign Minister Golda Meir Rare Autograph Letter Signed on her Personal Business Card to long-time friend and early Zionist leader, Baruch Zuckerman.  Exceedingly rare Autograph Letter Signed "Golda" as Israeli Foreign Minister, on her 3.75" x 2" business card imprinted in Hebrew "Golda Meir/Foreign Minister." In Hebrew, translated. #50275 $4000

Israeli Foreign Minister Golda Meir Rare Autograph Letter Signed on her Personal Business Card to long-time friend and early Zionist leader, Baruch Zuckerman. Exceedingly rare Autograph Letter Signed "Golda" as Israeli Foreign Minister, on her 3.75" x 2" business card imprinted in Hebrew "Golda Meir/Foreign Minister." In Hebrew, translated. #50275 $4000

night at the museum sacagawea | Movies Which character did you like the most from "Night at the Museum ...

night at the museum sacagawea | Movies Which character did you like the most from "Night at the Museum ...

The First Woman to Address Congress Responds to the Charge of Rudeness $550

The First Woman to Address Congress Responds to the Charge of Rudeness $550

A Suffragette Signs Lines from a Poem Honoring New Hampshire First Lady Emily Lane Smyth $450

A Suffragette Signs Lines from a Poem Honoring New Hampshire First Lady Emily Lane Smyth $450

Eleanor Roosevelt Stands for Civil Rights – Her Four Freedoms $20,000

Eleanor Roosevelt Stands for Civil Rights – Her Four Freedoms $20,000

Ida Tarbell Turns Down the Chance to Help Launch a New Progressive Magazine $550

Ida Tarbell Turns Down the Chance to Help Launch a New Progressive Magazine $550

Sarah Grimké Sends a Manuscript $1,200

Sarah Grimké Sends a Manuscript $1,200

Kansas Historical Quarterly, August 1943

Kansas Historical Quarterly, August 1943

The document on the left might look serious, with its curvy calligraphy and concentrated script, but it is really nothing more than a bill.   It says, in essence, that by order of the Queen, Marc-Antoine-François-Marie Randon of the Tower, the General Treasurer, is to pay the Monsieur Bonnefoy-Duplan, her launderer, 250 pounds cash (150 for services rendered and 100 for housing).  The payment covered the first half of 1783.

The document on the left might look serious, with its curvy calligraphy and concentrated script, but it is really nothing more than a bill. It says, in essence, that by order of the Queen, Marc-Antoine-François-Marie Randon of the Tower, the General Treasurer, is to pay the Monsieur Bonnefoy-Duplan, her launderer, 250 pounds cash (150 for services rendered and 100 for housing). The payment covered the first half of 1783.

Charlemagne, the first Holy Roman Emperor, born April 2, 742. The red marble (porphyry) disk in the foreground is where Charlemagne stood when he was crowned Emperor in 800 AD. This is St Peter's Basilica in Rome: the disk was recycled from Old St Peter's.

Charlemagne, the first Holy Roman Emperor, born April 2, 742. The red marble (porphyry) disk in the foreground is where Charlemagne stood when he was crowned Emperor in 800 AD. This is St Peter's Basilica in Rome: the disk was recycled from Old St Peter's.