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RECONNAISSANCE MAP OF THE ISLAND OF CUBA Prepared by order of BRIGADIER GENERAL LEONARD WOOD U. S. A. MILITARY GOVERNOR under the direction of THE CHIEF ENGINEER DEPARTMENT OF CUBA MAJORS W. M. BLACK AND H. F. HODGES CORPS OF ENGINEERS, U.S.A. 1900-1903…. CORRECTED AND ISSUED BY THE SECOND (MILITARY INFORMATION) DIVISION GENERAL STAFF OCTOBER 1906.

Colossal 1906 map of Cuba produced for the Army of Cuban Pacification

A colossal six-sheet map of Cuba, more than 15 feet wide if joined, issued in 1906 for use by the so-called Army of Cuban Pacification in the re-occupation of the island ordered by President Roosevelt. Extremely rare, with only four institutional examples located, and no record of having appeared on the antiquarian market. The map […]

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[ Election of 1904 ] Strobridge Litho Co., ELECTORAL VOTES [:] TOTAL NUMBER 483 NECESSARY TO CHOICE 242. Cincinnati: Strobridge, 1908.

Strobridge maps the Election of 1904

A most appealing and unrecorded poster mapping the results of the presidential election of 1904 and the electors allocated to each state for the upcoming 1908 election. The poster features a large thematic map of the United States, colored to differentiate states that went for incumbent Republican President Theodore Roosevelt in 1904 (blue) from those […]

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Teddy Roosevelt establishes Utah National Forests

An archive of six extremely rare circulars printing proclamations by President Roosevelt establishing and expanding Utah National Forests. The circulars address the creation of the Beaver, La Sal, Vernon and Wasatch Forest Reserves (all in 1906), and the 1907 expansion of the Aquarius and Monticello National Forests in 1907. Each circular includes the text of […]

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Theodore Roosevelt expands the National Forest system in California

An archive of extremely rare circulars printing proclamations by Theodore Roosevelt establishing the San Luis Obispo Forest Reserve (1906), and expanding the Santa Barbara Forest Reserve (1906) and the San Gabriel (1907), Trabuco Canyon (1907), San Bernadino (1908) and Monterey (1908) National Forests. Each circular includes the text of the proclamation, signed in type by […]

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Chromolithographic advertising with George Washington and Teddy Roosevelt

A lovely chromolithographic poster by the Advance Thresher Co. of Battle Creek, Michigan, appropriating political imagery to promote farm machinery. The poster employs a presidential theme highlighting George Washington and Theodore Roosevelt, suggesting that it was produced during the latter’s 1904 re-election campaign. At top large portrait busts of the two presidents flank a figure […]

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Rare Theodore Roosevelt proclamation expanding Oklahoma’s Wichita Forest Reserve

An extremely rare circular printing a 1906 proclamation by President Roosevelt expanding the Wichita Forest Reserve in Oklahoma. Originally established in 1901 on just over 57,000 acres in southwestern Oklahoma, in 1905 Roosevelt designated the Reserve as the nation’s first big-game preserve. It became Wichita National Forest in 1907, when all Forest Reserves were reclassified […]

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Rare Theodore Roosevelt proclamations creating National Forests in Nevada

Two extremely rare circulars printing proclamations by President Roosevelt establishing National Forests in Nevada. Ruby Mountains Forest Reserve (1906) encompassed more than 420,000 acres in northeastern Nevada, and Vegas National Forest (1907) some 185,000 acres in Lincoln County. Both have long since been absorbed into Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. Each includes the text of the proclamation, signed in […]

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