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Dwight D. Eisenhower's Autograph Conveys Power in His Signature

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Typewritten Letter Signed, one page, quarto, June 2, 1955. On White House stationery, to Mr. William D. Simmons at the White House Office. With the original envelope.
Autograph Letter Signed, two pages, quarto, [Algiers], March 1, [1943]. To his wife Mamie, with the original envelope, bearing Eisenhower's "censored" stamp and signature.
Formal bust portrait photograph of the President, signed and inscribed on the blank lower margin, For Dr. Francis J. Braceland with best wishes Dwight D Eisenhower.
Autograph Letter Signed, Ike, two and one-half pages, quarto, [Bushy Park, London, March 26, 1944]. To his wife Mamie.

"...I'm so glad you like your coat. Nothing I ever tried to buy caused me as ...

Envelope, which Eisenhower has Signed, acting as his own censor, written from Allied Force Headquarters and bearing the typewritten address of his wife Mamie. The envelope is dated April 8, 1943. Eisenhower's signature is in ...
Crusade in Europe, a personal account of World War II, Signed and Inscribed by Eisenhower on the half title, "For Mary Anne / With greetings and best wishes from her friend / Dwight D. Eisenhower." ...
Printed Broadside Signed, one page, quarto, Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force, [undated]. To the "Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen of the Allied Expeditionary Force." Eisenhower signs a printed D-Day Order of the Day containing his famous ...
Typewritten Letter Signed, one page, quarto, February 7, 1959. On White House stationery, to Mr. Edgar W. Garbisch in New York.

"Mrs. Eisenhower and I deeply appreciate your offer to come to Washington to show ...

Typewritten Letter Signed, D.E., one page, quarto, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, December 2, 1964. On stationery imprinted with his initials, DDE, to William Scranton, governor of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg. Together with a related Typewritten Letter, unsigned, marked ...
Typewritten Letter Signed, one and one-half pages, quarto, Augusta, Georgia, December 30, 1953. On White House stationery, to Lewis Strauss, Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission in Washington, D.C.

Dwight Eisenhower's signature conveys the sense of power that came from his military expertise, the importance he placed on diplomacy to accomplish goals and his iron will when it failed. His pragmatism and patriotism were very powerful qualities as were his emphasis on teamwork and leadership and his triumphant spirit. As one can see in the Dwight D. Eisenhower autograph signed letters to his wife, Mamie, he was a loving husband and totally focused as commander of U.S. and Allied Forces in Europe in World War II. Dwight D. Eisenhower's signed photographs are most sought after when in uniform or as president.

Among our collection of Dwight D. Eisenhower autograph signatures is a printed D-Day Order of the Day to the "Soldiers, Sailors, and Airmen of the Allied Expeditionary Force," containing his famous address to the forces preparing to depart for the Normandy Invasion: "You are about to embark upon the Great Crusade, toward which we have striven these many months. The eyes of the world are upon you. The hopes and prayers of liberty-loving people everywhere march with you...."

Dwight D. Eisenhower's Signed Letters as President

Dwight D. Eisenhower's signed letters as President are available in our inventory. His eight years as president and great popularity have caused them to be treasured. In recent years his presidency is seen by historians as one in which he understood when government action was needed and when it was not. His clear understanding of this, probably based on his successful experience of running World War II in Europe, has caused historians to rate his presidency more importantly.

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