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Political: Dwight D. Eisenhower (285 items)

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The following items relate to Dwight D. Eisenhower, his political campaigns, presidency, and military career. For campaign buttons go to: Political: Buttons, 1952-1956. Other items may be located in catalogs relating to political, military, presidential books, First Ladies, post cards, newspaper headlines, political china & glassware.

 

A2813E
Item A2813E
Dwight Eisenhower: (sheet music) Dwight D. Eisenhower March, colorful R/W/B composed by Dr. Gorman Mance, director of Syracuse American Legion Band (national champions). Photo of band, Mance & Eisenhower on front. 1951. $12.00


LK1352BU
Dwight Eisenhower: Unusual Inauguration pottery item. Small 3-3/4" cream pitcher w/handle. Dark green glaze w/color lighten on front side. "Eisenhower Inauguration Washington, D.C. 1953" in dark green lettering. $45.00


K8950A
Dwight Eisenhower: (Book) "The Eisenhowers at Gettysburg" by Times and News Publishing Company, Gettysburg. 48p. Pictorial account of the Eisenshowers at their Gettysburg farm. Soft cover. $3.50


C9408BD
Item C9408BD
Dwight Eisenhower: "Watch... the television guide in the 1956 conventions, the campaign and the Election" by CBS. 100p photobook. Nice 1956 reference book for any Eisenhower or Stevenson collector. $12.00


LK5202
Item LK5202
Dwight Eisenhower: Official Inaugural Parade Book, January 21, 1057, General Order No. 1. $20.00


A2616C
Dwight Eisenhower: Presidential Elections booklet. Center spread shows the jugates pics of the Democratic nominees for 1956, Adlai E. Stevenson, Estes Kefauver and the Democratic Platform, and pics of the Republican nominees for 1956, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard M. Nixon and the Republican Platform. Just this center spread would make a nice display item. $6.00


K8778
Item K8778
Dwight Eisenhower: Eisenhower. Glazed ceramic ashtray 3" square. Red rose in center w/"White House Abilene Kansas" in silver script. Different item from the Eisenhower years - seldom see Abilene pieces. $18.00


LK1379
Item LK1379
Dwight Eisenhower: Eisenhower head mug in the shape of Dwight Eisenhower's head. Full color image w/brown tree branch style handle. 2-1/2" high. $40.00


K8646
Item K8646
Dwight Eisenhower: Head mug w/handle in the shape of Mamie Eisenhower's head. Cream colored pottery. 4-7/8" high. $48.00


LK1302A
Item LK1302A
Dwight Eisenhower: Head mug w/handle in the shape of Mamie Eisenhower's head. Cream colored pottery. 4-7/8" high. $48.00


CH0519F
Item CH0519F
Dwight Eisenhower: "Republican Victory Kick-Off Dinner 1955-56." Neat dinner program done in the shape and design of a football, printed on a "pigskin textured" stock. Inside first page carries picture and fac. sig. of Eisenhower. The dinner took place at Convention Hall, Philadelphia, Oct. 4, 1955. Has sketch of elephant kicking football. Lists complete dinner program, menu, program committee members. Nice lineart drawings of Thacher Longstreth, Republican nominee for Mayor of Philadelphia, and of Hon. George Humphrey, Secretary of the Treasury and a main speaker for the affair. $20.00


LK5205
Item LK5205
Dwight Eisenhower: 1957 Official Program. 43rd Inauguration. Line art sketch of Eisenhower and Nixon on cover by Norman Rockwell. Nice photos throughout. Produced by Inaugural Committee. $30.00


JJ5882
Dwight Eisenhower: Name badge. Attached is a R/W/B 5" ribbon. "Young Republican National Convention Washington, D.C. June 19-22, 1957" in gold lettering on ribbon. $6.00


JJ5882A
Dwight Eisenhower: White ribbon. "I Was There. 2nd Inauguration. Dwight D. Eisenhower Richard M. Nixon Washington, D.C. January 20-21, 1957" blue lettering on ribbon, blue eagle design. 4-1/4" long. No printing on top 1" of ribbon so could have been attached to back of an inauguration button. $10.00


JJ6099
Dwight Eisenhower: Eisenhower photo, speaking at podium addressing the Fifth International Congress on Nutrition, September 1-7, 1960. The large photo, 11" x 14" is mounted on stiff cardboard and signed by Eisenhower. Came directly from the estate sale of the Directory of National Institute of Health. $500.00


A2149E
Item A2149E
Dwight Eisenhower: "The Campaign of '52 in Star Cartoons," a 96_page publication of The Washington Evening Star political cartoons. $28.00


A2814E
Item A2814E
Dwight Eisenhower: "Eisenhower, Man and Soldier," by Francis Trevelyan Miller, 1944, 278p. $7.50


A1814E1
Item A1814E1
Dwight Eisenhower: "Eisenhower, Man and Soldier," by Francis Trevelyan Miller, 1944, 278p. $12.50


LK3116
Item LK3116
Dwight Eisenhower: Unusual Eisenhower Campaign Plate. Sketch of Eisenhower in center holding his glasses in left hand. "Peace with Prosperity. All in favor Say IKE" 1956 campaign plate in green and white with bkgd of montage of newspaper clippings. Star design on rim. Made in Alliance, Ohio. 10" Rare. $40.00


A2815E
Item A2815E
Dwight Eisenhower: Eisenhower College Newsletter, Vol. l, No. l, Spring 1967. (Eisenhower College no longer exists.) $15.00


A2817E
Item A2817E
Dwight Eisenhower: Stationery & matching envelope,both with same pennant insignia, "All of Us Need Ike" in R/W/B/Gold. Nice. $5.00


A2819E
Item A2819E
Dwight Eisenhower: First Day Issue cover, NATO stamp postmked Washington, DC Apr 4, 1952. Cover photos of Gen Ike & Adm. McCormick. $6.00


A2820E
Item A2820E
Dwight Eisenhower: Campaign cover, "I Like Ike, America's Choice," with Eisenhower photo, postmked 1952. $10.00


A2835E
Item A2835E
Dwight Eisenhower: Inaugural cover with photo of Eisenhower, postmked Washington, DC Jan 20, 1953. $8.00


A2823E
Item A2823E
Dwight Eisenhower: Inaugural cover with colored sketch of Eisenhower & quote, "I believe in the future of the United States of America," postmked Washington, DC Jan 20, 1953. $14.00


A2824E
Item A2824E
Dwight Eisenhower: Memorial cover with Eisenhower sketch, first day of issue for Eisenhower stamp, postmked Abilene, KS, Oct 14, 1969. $8.50


A2825E
Item A2825E
Dwight Eisenhower: The Eisenhowers. January 18, 1953 Special Inaugural Section, Baltimore American's The American Weekly magazine. Great full color photo feature including center spread, full color, of four generations, Dwight and Mamie, Mamie's mother, John Eisenhower's wife (John was in Korea) and Ike's three grandchildren, other photos from his life and an interesting full page montage. $10.00


A2827E
Item A2827E
Dwight Eisenhower: Campaign handcard, unflattering sketch of Adlai in dunce cap, "Trick"...or "Treat" under nice sketch of Ike. $4.00


A2830E
Item A2830E
Dwight Eisenhower: Red & white cloth ribbon, "Republican National convention, 1952 Chicago" with elephant & the amphitheatre. Approx 9" long. $20.00


A2831E
Item A2831E
Dwight Eisenhower: Green & white cloth ribbon, "Republican National convention, 1952 Chicago" with elephant & the amphitheatre. Approx. 9" long. $20.00


A2832E
Item A2832E
Dwight Eisenhower: Blue & white cloth ribbon, "Republican National Convention, 1952 Chicago" with elephant & the amphitheatre. Approx. 9" long. $20.00


A2833E
Item A2833E
Dwight Eisenhower: White & red cloth ribbon, "Republican National Convention, 1952 Chicago" with elephant & the amphitheatre. Approx. 9" long. $20.00


A2837E1
Item A2837E1
Dwight Eisenhower: 4-section 14" x 11" food tray similar to those used in cafeteria lines made from bakelite or some similar product. Used at 1953 Eisenhower Fund Raiser and has sticker on tray, "I ate with Ike at the Forward to '54 Dinner sponsored by The New England Republican Finance Committee September 21, 1953" Nice display item. some scrapes on tray. $40.00


A2837E2
Item A2837E2
Dwight Eisenhower: 4-section 14" x 11" food tray similar to those used in cafeteria lines made from bakelite or some similar product. Used at 1953 Eisenhower Fund Raiser and has sticker on tray, "I ate with Ike at the Forward to `54 Dinner sponsored by The New England Republican Finance Committee September 21, 1953". Nice display item. Some scrapes on tray. $40.00


A2839E
Dwight Eisenhower: Three campaign pieces. "Stick with Ike" R/W/B. Round "Stick with Ike" sticker, "Stick with Ike" matchbook w/sticky back so matches can be pressed to package of cigarettes, and stick of "Stick with Ike" chewing gum. $40.00


A2840E
Item A2840E
Dwight Eisenhower: B&W press photo with caption. Great shot of convention floor activity when Eisenhower's name was placed in nomination for re_election Aug 22, 1956. $17.00


A2842E
Item A2842E
Dwight Eisenhower: B&W press photo with caption. President Eisenhower with Canada's Prime Minister John Diefenbaker. 9/27/60 $12.00


A2843E
Item A2843E
Dwight Eisenhower: B&W press photo with caption. 10/8/54 Eisenhower signs proclamation and hands pen to group. Relates to National Nurses Week. $14.00


A2845E
Item A2845E
Dwight Eisenhower: B&W press photo with caption. Eisenhower & Republican leaders meet in Denver, 10/9/54. Photo includes Nixon, Sen. Knowland, Reps. Allen, Arends, Halleck, House Speaker Martin, Sen. Ferguson, etc. $13.00


A2846E
Item A2846E
Dwight Eisenhower: B&W press photo with caption. Eisenhower at podium, shot taken from behind TV camera, Reports to Nation praising the record of 83rd Congress, 8/24/54. $9.00


A2847E
Item A2847E
Dwight Eisenhower: B&W press photo with caption. GOP Powwow in Rockies, 7/24/52. Eisenhower as presidential nominee meets with Sen. Duff, PA; Gov Thornton, CO; etc. $7.00


A2848E
Item A2848E
Dwight Eisenhower: B&W press photo with caption. Eisenhowers hold brief reunion with Korea_bound son, Maj. John Eisenhower. 7/17/52 (during Ike's campaign). $9.00


A2860E
Item A2860E
Dwight Eisenhower: B&W press photo with caption. Eisenhower meets French President Charles de Gaulle at National Airport. 4/22/60. Mrs. de Gaulle also shown. $16.00


A2861E
Item A2861E
Dwight Eisenhower: B&W press photo with caption. President Eisenhower and Queen Elizabeth inspect honor guard at Balmoral Castle. 8/28/59. $17.00


A3026E
Dwight Eisenhower: Browntone photo of smiling Ike on campaign stamp (postage stamp size), "I Like Ike" under picture. $4.00


A3027E
Dwight Eisenhower: (post card) Colored jugate photos of Eisenhower & Nixon, "Vote for Your Future, Vote Republican" $12.50


A3027A
Item A3027A
Dwight Eisenhower: (post card) Colored jugate photos of Eisenhower & Nixon, "Vote for Your Future, Vote Republican" Two parallel dotted lines done in printing process cross the card. $6.00


A3028E
Dwight Eisenhower: (post card) B&W photo of Ike & Mamie, their daughter_in_ law and 3 grandchildren (son Jon was overseas). Back left_hand side carries message from Ike to voters. $10.00


A3294E
Item A3294E
Dwight Eisenhower: "The Supreme Commander: The War Years of General Dwight D. Eisenhower," by Stephen E. Ambrose, 1970. 732p. $7.00


A3295E
Item A3295E
Dwight Eisenhower: "Eisenhower: At War 1943_1945," by David Eisenhower. 1986. 977p. DJ. $12.00


A3296E
Item A3296E
Dwight Eisenhower: "Dwight D. Eisenhower, The Story of the General from Abilene," by Malcolm Moos, 1964. 175p. illus. exlib. $3.50


A3384E
Item A3384E
Dwight Eisenhower: (sheet music) "A March to Eisenhower, Souvenir of Inauguration 1953" with R/W/B cover showing American flag, sketch of White House and bluetone photo of Ike. Words by Hiram Hirsh, Music by Jewel Frank, 1953. Nice. $10.00


A3385E
Item A3385E
Dwight Eisenhower: (sheet music) "Go G.O.P." 1952 campaign song. Words by Hiram Hirsh, music by Jewel frank. c. 1952. Catchy R/W/B cover with red elephant standing on his hind legs. Bluetone photo of "Hon. John S. Fine, Pennsylvania's Great Governor." Must have been used at Pennsylvania rallies, however words are "national": "the air is blow_in' strong, there's vict'ry in the air, the Grand Old Party is com_in' along. It will sweep the coun_try, From Oregon to Maine..." etc. Scarce. $6.00


A6006E
Item A6006E
Dwight Eisenhower: "Eisenhower for President, This Man Portrays Our ideas and hopes of Tommrrow, one of eternal Peace" volunteer headquarters, etc. in red & blue on heavy paper stock. 3" x 5" 1952 $7.50


A6014E
Item A6014E
Dwight Eisenhower: QUICK news weekly magazine, July 7, 1952 with color photo of Gen. Eisenhower on cover. $5.50


A6378E
Item A6378E
Dwight Eisenhower: "What Eisenhower Thinks," edited and interpreted by Allan Taylor. 1952. 186lp. illus. DJ (dust jacket has a couple of rips) $6.00


A7256E
Item A7256E
Dwight Eisenhower: (post card) Home of General Eisenhower, Abilene, Kansas, showing home and insert photo of the general. Linen card, pre-presidential. $3.50


A7257E
Item A7257E
Dwight Eisenhower: (sheet music) "A March to Eisenhower" with photo of Ike on cover, sketch of White House and large R/W/B American flag. States: "Souvenir of Inauguration 1953" $10.00


A7260E
Item A7260E
Dwight Eisenhower: White House card with "The White House" embossed at top, dated Nov 19, 1955 and fac sig "Mamie Doud Eisenhower" thanking someone for their birthday wishes. Accompanied by envelope postmarked Gettysburg Nov 25, 1955 and marked "The White House" $20.00


A7272E
Item A7272E
Dwight Eisenhower: Great campaign banner R/W/B on corregated off-white stiff paper stock. In huge letters, "Give IKE A REPUBLICAN CONGRESS" 48" x 12" A showy piece for a wall display. $125.00


A7619E
Item A7619E
Dwight Eisenhower: 8" x 10" glossy press photo of Ike's return to Washington from Colorado after his heart attack. Believe the photo may have been taken at the airport with fans in the background (including some Congressmen, holding signs "Welcome Ike" and "I Like Ike." The photo is a closeup of Ike and Mamie, Dick and Pat Nixon, excellent poses of all four of them. B&W. $30.00


A7620E1
Item A7620E1
Dwight Eisenhower: Close-up of Ike on back of 1952 election campaign train at Silver Spring, MD, along with Dewitt Hyde who was running for Congress from that district (and won). B&W 8" x 10" matte finish. Nice pose of Ike standing at radio mike with his hand in his suit coat pocket. $25.00


A7620E2
Item A7620E2
Dwight Eisenhower: Close-up of Ike on back of 1952 election campaign train at Silver spring, MD, along with Dewitt Hyde who was running for Congress from that district (and won). B&W 8" x 10" matte finish. Nice pose of Ike standing at radio mike with his hand in his suit coat pocket. $25.00


A7621E
Item A7621E
Dwight Eisenhower: B&W 8" x 10" print of Ike in handshake welcoming newly elected U.S. Congressman Dewitt Hyde (MD) to Washington. Nice picture of both of them. $16.50


A7621E1
Item A7621E1
Dwight Eisenhower: B&W 8" x 10" print of Ike in handshake welcoming newly elected U.S. Congressman Dewitt Hyde (MD) to Washington. Nice picture of both of them. $16.50


A7622E
Item A7622E
Dwight Eisenhower: Photo of "Breakfast with Ike" March 1953. Republican Congressmen pose of steps with Ike. B&W 8" x 10" $8.50


A4849N
Item A4849N
Dwight Eisenhower: 1952 convention poster. "YOU will be on Television! 140,000 eyes will watch OUR convention. 70,000 people will watch US nominate the next president and vice president of the United States. Stiff poster board stock. 8-1/2" x 11" $3.50


KRO71X
Dwight Eisenhower: Full color Tru-Chrome poster of Dwight Eisenhower by Fabian Bachrach and with fac. sig. of Eisenhower. Unusual as the actual photo is printed on a piece of satin; not on paoer. Great Eisenhower item and a nice size. Excellent. 18" x 14-1/2" $39.00


JJ6099
Dwight Eisenhower: Large mounted black and white photo of Eisenhower addressing the Fifth International Congress on Nutrition, september 1-7, 1960. Signed by Eisenhower on the matting below the photo. Came from estate sale of the Director of National Institute of Health. $225.00


W5147
Item W5147
Dwight Eisenhower: Eisenhower memorial token. Eisenhower profile on front with "Dwight David Eisenhower 1969"; Reverse has eagle symbol with complete circle of stars and "34th president of the United States of America - born October 14, 1890 - died March 28, 1969" 1-1/2" $75.00


K9863A
Item K9863A
Dwight Eisenhower: Official bronze inaugural medal for 1953. Profile of Dwight David Eisenhower on obverse; eagle in wreath and "Inaugurated President of the United States of America January 20, 1953" on reverse. 2-3/4" $50.00


A7054N
Item A7054N
Dwight Eisenhower: Postcard. Campaign card. Photo of Eisenhower w/fac. sig. below; Reverse has message - "Dwight D. Eisenhower, on whose election as President, next November 4, millions are pinning their hopes for a re-birth of the great American principles of Liberty, Equality, Decency, Fairness, Opportunity..." $7.00


A7055N
Item A7055N
Dwight Eisenhower: Postcard. Campaign card. Photo of Eisenhower w/fac. sig. below; reverse has "I Like Ike, He's For Us" $6.00


A7030N
Item A7030N
Dwight Eisenhower: Souvenir Album. First Day Issue honoring President Dwight D. Eisenhower's visit to the Philippines June 14-16, 1960. Includes two of the actual stamps, both different, showing President Eisenhower shaking hands with President Garcia. Nice presentation piece. $28.00


LK2456
Item LK2456
Dwight Eisenhower: Eisenhower Presidential Inauguration plate 1953. 34th President, Dwight D. Eisenhower with sketch of nation's capitol. At bottom of plate all 33 previous presidents are listed. Surrounded by circle of stars. Maroon color on white china with gold rim. 10-1/8" Marked "W. George" and stamped DuBois, PA on back. $20.00


M1371
Item M1371
Dwight Eisenhower: Eisenhower Presidential Inauguration plate 1953. 34th President, Dwight D. Eisenhower with skethc of nation's capitol. At bottom of plate all 33 previous presidents are listed. Surrounded by circle of stars. Maroon color on white china with gold rim. 10-1/8" Marked China and Glass Decorators, DuBois, PA on back. $20.00


J1080
Item J1080
Dwight Eisenhower: Official Program, Presidential Inauguration 1953, excellent, w/orig envelope in good condition. $40.00


W2192
Item W2192
Dwight Eisenhower: Official Program, Presidential Inauguration 1953. Very good. $28.00


W3449B
Item W3449B
Dwight Eisenhower: Spoof greeting card. "I Like Ike" at bottom under a photo showing Ike and Mamie's heads on a couple rather lustfully engaged. Unused, envelope included. $10.00


A4914N
Item A4914N
Dwight Eisenhower: Sympathy acknowledgement card. Edged in black. "The Eisenhower family acknowledges with grateful appreciation your kind expression of sympathy" with original envelope postmarked Washington, DC on Sept 25, 1946. (This may have been for Ike's mother.) $25.00


W5999
Item W5999
Dwight Eisenhower: Autographed photo. President Eisenhower, adjusting glasses at podium. International Congress on Nutrition. 1960. 14" x 11" (from the estate of the director of Bethesda Naval Hospital.) $365.00


W5998
Item W5998
Dwight Eisenhower: Autographed photo. President Eisenhower, adjusting glasses at podium. International Congress of Nutrition. 1960. 14" x 11" (from the estate of the director of Bethesda Naval Hospital.) $365.00


A7759E
Item A7759E
Dwight Eisenhower: 1-1/2" laminated plastic sign, R/W/B "Pennsylvania for IKE" w/gold chain necklace. $18.00


A9918E
Item A9918E
Dwight Eisenhower: "IKE" ice blue rhinestones pinback jewelry. 1" long. One of the nicest pieces because of the blue color. $29.50


A9919E
Item A9919E
Dwight Eisenhower: Great 1960 campaign memento from an Eisenhower fund raiser. Bronze medallion w/top loop. Embossed image of Ike on front with "Peace and Prosperity" above; "Dinner with Ike 1960" w/fac. sig. and laurel wreath on reverse. 1-5/16" diameter. $45.00


W6294
Item W6294
Dwight Eisenhower: 1953 Inaugural Ball Program in honor of the President of the United States Dwight David Eisenhower, the Vice President of the United States Richard Milhous Nixon. At the Mcdonough Auditorium of Georgetown University, The National Guard Armory, Washington DC January 20, 1953 w/full page photos of Eisenhower, Mrs. Eisenhower, Nixon, Mrs. Nixon. Great line-up of dance orchestras includling Lionel Hampton, Wayne King, Guy Lombardo, Jack Morton, Meyer Davis and others. Blue cover w/embossed gold seal and gold braided cord. $40.00


W6295
Item W6295
Dwight Eisenhower: 1957 Inaugural Festival. R/W/B decorated inside front page. Full page bluetone photos of both Eisenhower and Nixon. Double-page spread featuring the entertainment under Director of Entertainment George Murphy - including Pat Boone, Abbott and Costello, Kathryn Grayson, Ray Bolger, the Step Brothers, Pearl Bailey, Peter Lind Hayes and Mary Healy, The Toppers, Phil Silvers, Dorothy Shay, Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians and others. Also lists the Boxholders, Patrons and Patronesses and Diplomatic Corps. $30.00


W1835
Item W1835
Dwight Eisenhower: Copper plate, 9-3/8" diameter, embossed image of Dwight Eisenhower in bottom. Hook on back for hanging on wall. $45.00


JO274
Dwight Eisenhower: (book) "The Ordeal of Power, A Political Memoir of the Eisenhower Years," by Emmet John Hughes. 1963 372p DJ $10.00


W4558
Item W4558
Dwight Eisenhower: Excellent full color print of the Eisenhower's home in Gettysburg from the period when they were living in the house. 11" x 14" $16.00


A4914N
Item A4914N
Dwight Eisenhower: Memorial card edged in black. "The Eisenhower family acknowledges with grateful appreciation your kind expression of sympathy." w/envelope postmked Washington, DC Sept 25, 1946. We're not sure who passed away in the family at this time, perhaps a parent(?) but shouldn't be too hard to research. Early Eisenhower piece. $17.50


LK0590MA
Dwight Eisenhower: Saturday Evening Post, Jan 10, 1953. Feature: "Who elected Eisenhower? The Story Behind the Landslide." $10.00


LK0813
Dwight Eisenhower: (book) "Eisenhower, The President Nobody Knew" by Arthur Larson. 1968. 210p illus. DJ. $6.00


LK0814
Item LK0814
Dwight Eisenhower: "Dwight David Eisenhower, Late a President of the United States, Memorial Tributes Delivered in Congress," gold printed on black cover. U.S. Govt. Printing Office 1970. 217p of tributes by Congressmen and Senators. $20.00


A2473E
Item A2473E
Dwight Eisenhower: Sheet music, "A March to Eisenhower, Souvenir of Inauguration 1953" R/W/B w/American flag & photo of Ike. $22.00


LK1685
Item LK1685
Dwight Eisenhower: Today, Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine, Feb 1, 1953. Full color cover of Eisenhower being sworn in as President. Coverage inside. $10.00


LK1743
Item LK1743
Dwight Eisenhower: 33-1/3 rpm record. Presidential Profiles. "Dwight D. Eisenhower, The Presidents Speak" narrated by Art Baker. Pic of IKE on jacket. 1966. $10.00


LK1744
Item LK1744
Dwight Eisenhower: Printed program for Missouri Republicans Unlimited, Dinner With Ike, January 27, 1960. Cardboard cover giving leather-looking appearance w/embossed seal, rope ties. Edges of cover show some wear. Two full page prints are in program w/tabs (not a printed part of the program). One is of President Eisenhower w/quote below. Other is a colored print of Abraham Lincoln w/quote below. The duotone print of Ike is from a Thomas Stephens painting & the Lincoln print was painted in the early summer of 1953 by President Eisenhower. It is explained that the prints are inserted so that they may be removed for framing and still leave your souvenir program complete. Eisenhower addressed the dinner via closed-circuit television. $50.00


LK1941
Item LK1941
Dwight Eisenhower: 6 cent Eisenhower stamp. Stamped "First Day Issue" postmked Abilene, KS Oct 14, 1969. $5.00


LK3564
Item LK3564
Dwight Eisenhower: 1957 Inaugural badge. Brass "Inaugural Committee" pinback at top. 1-3/4" brass inaugural fob hanging from 1-1/2" red satin ribbon w/"Member" printed in gold, i.e. member of inaugural committee. 6" R/W/B backing ribbon with gold printing, "1789-1957 43rd Inaugural Dwight D. Eisenhower Richard M. Nixon January 20th 1957". Nice item. $100.00


LK3748
Item LK3748
Dwight Eisenhower: Cloth pot holder. "Pull the 2nd Lever For Your Republican Ticket. Eisenhower and Nixon. Nov. 6, 1956" on one side and "Re-Elect for Representatives Elizabeth Croumey and adelbert Mautte. Pull the 2nd Lever" on other side. $22.00


C9399
Item C9399
Dwight Eisenhower: Young Republican News. National Convention Issue. July 1952. "What Taft and Ike are saying" w/pics of both. $12.00


W6160
Item W6160
Dwight Eisenhower: Cloth campaign item. "Draft Ike and HE Will Draft You" 3-3/4" Unusual. Not quite sure what these are for, other than being anti-Eisenhower, but we will call them coasters to place under bottles or glasses. $10.00


K7490A
Item K7490A
Dwight Eisenhower: (book) "Eisenhower at Gettysburg" by Times and News Publishing Company, Gettysburg, PA. Undated. 48p photobook with b&w self-cover. Pics of the Eisenhower farm home and of Eisenhower on cover. Slight cover wear. $12.00


W5421
Item W5421
Dwight Eisenhower: Inaugural badge. 1953. Pinback metal badge w/window, "Inaugural Committee." Hanger w/"Chairman" and back hanger w/1-3/4" inaugural metal showing capitol dome, "Eisenhower and Nixon" on ribbon below capitol dome, "Inauguration of President and Vice President" around rim. Also, R/W/B ribbon attached w/gold fringe. "1789-1953. 42nd Inaugural Dwight D. Eisenhower Richard M. Nixon January 20th 1953" in gold lettering. 7-1/2" long. Showy display piece. $325.00


W5422
Item W5422
Dwight Eisenhower: Inaugural badge. 1953. Pinback metal badge w/window, "Inaugural Committee." Hanger w/purple ribbon and word "Member" and back hanger w/1-3/4" inaugural metal showing capitol dome, "Eisenhower and Nixon" on ribbon below capitol dome, "Inauguration of President and Vice President" around rim. Also, R/W/B ribbon attached w/gold lettering "1789-1953. 42nd Inaugural Dwignt D. Eisenhower Richard M. Nixon January 20th 1953". 6-1/4" long. $200.00


W6421
Dwight Eisenhower: Eisenhower memorial medal presented by Radio of Free Asia. 1-1/2" brass. In original holder. $15.00


KR020X
Dwight Eisenhower: A Tribute to Dwight David Eisenhower - IKE" A 68-page photo book published as a collectors item published in 1969 by Stanley Publications. $10.00


KR020Y
Item KR020Y
Dwight Eisenhower: CURRENT EVENTS. National School Newspaper for week of Nov 12-16, 1956. "The People Choose a President" plus a special center spread section on Woodrow Wilson's 100th birthday with a special message from Mrs. Wilson. $8.00


KR020Z
Item KR020Z
Dwight Eisenhower: TIME Magazine. Nov 16, 1942. Full color pic of General Eisenhower on cover. Coverage of U.S. at War. $15.00


KR021A
Item KR021A
Dwight Eisenhower: "Eisenhower American Hero, The Historical Record of His Life," hard cover photo book by the editors of American Heritage Magazine and United Press International. 144p 1969. $10.00


W855
Item W855
Dwight Eisenhower: Rare wood block and lead printing plate. Oval balloon with Dwight Eisenhower's image on side, "For President" above balloon on banner ribbon and "Dwight D. Eisenhower" below balloon on banner ribbon. Image is 5-1/2" x 5-1/2" and wooden block is same outside dimension. Nice, unusual Eisenhower campaign piece. $80.00


A2206
Item A2206
Dwight Eisenhower: B&W glossy press photo w/caption. President Dwight D. Eisenhower poses at White House desk Jan. 21 as new president. 1/23/53. $25.00


A2207
Item A2207
Dwight Eisenhower: B&W glossy press photo w/caption. President Eisenhower holds anti-Communist bill he has just signed. 8/24/54. $30.00


A2208
Item A2208
Dwight Eisenhower: B&W glossy press photo w/caption. President Eisenhower poses with state Republican leaders at a Denver meeting. 9/10/54. Enite group of 18 men (no women) are identified. $10.00


A2484
Item A2484
Dwight Eisenhower: Special Souvenir Inaugural Edition, The Diplomat, with great jugate cover of Eisenhower and Nixon against a R/W/B American flag and eagle symbol. Feb. 1953. $14.00


A2485
Dwight Eisenhower: Official Program, 43rd Inauguration, 1957, with Rockwell sketch of Eisenhower & Nixon on cover. $30.00


A2486
Dwight Eisenhower: Official Program, 1953 Presidential Inauguration. $30.00


LK5183
Item LK5183
Dwight Eisenhower: 1953 Presidential Inauguration. Official Program. 52p. Many illustrations. Produced by Inaugural Committee. $30.00


LK5197
Item LK5197
Dwight Eisenhower: 1953 Presidential Inauguration. Official Program. 52p. many illus. Produced by Inaugural Committee. $30.00


LK5200
Item LK5200
Dwight Eisenhower: Special souvenir inaugural edition. The Diplomat. Feb 1953. Great cover w/full colored jugate pics of Eisenhower and Nixon and R/W/B stars & stripes flag bkgd, eagle and shield design. $14.00


CH0064B
Item CH0064B
Dwight Eisenhower: Two items. Temporary roll and Permanent roll of delegates and alternative delegates to Republican National Convention, San Francisco. Aug 20, 1956. $10.00


CH0069B
Item CH0069B
Dwight Eisenhower: "Salute to Eisenhower" Dinner program in conjunction w/inaugural. Jan 20, 1956. Sheraton-Park Hotel, Washington, DC. Embossed in gold, R/W/B, tipped in photo of Ike, blue cord tie. $28.00


CH2130AM
Dwight Eisenhower: Inaugural ribbon. White silk ribbon w/eagle design and "I WAS THERE. 2nd Inauguration. Dwight E. Eisenhower Richard M. Nixon Washington, D.C. January 20-21, 1957" blue on white, 5" $35.00


CH054F
Dwight Eisenhower: 1957 Inaugural Ball invitation. "In honor of The President of the United States and Mrs. Eisenhower and The Vice President of the United States and Mrs. Nixon The Inaugural Committee requests the pleasure of the company of (blank) at the Inaugural Ball Monday evening the twenty-first of January One thousand nine hundred and fifty-seven at nine o'clock Washington, District of Columbia" Inaugural emblem in gold at top. $20.00


KR027MBN
Dwight Eisenhower: Bust. Dwight D. Eisenhower. 5-1/2" Molded substance, not old. Dull black pewter-looking. Name on base. Nice shelf piece with no problem if it happens to fall off! $5.00


K9812F
Dwight Eisenhower: Thimble, Elect Ike, Beall, Hyde. $25.00


KR017H
Dwight Eisenhower: Official Program. Presidential Inaugural. 1953. Dwight D. Eisenhower and Richard M. Nixon. $30.00


KR3275
Item KR3275
Dwight Eisenhower: "Inagural Transportation" button with gold metal rectangular frame and hanging purple ribbon with gold "1789-1957...43rd Inagural...(Seal w/Capitol and eagle)...Dwight D. Eisenhower...Richard M. Nixon...January 20th 1957." 5-1/2" long; 2" wide. $35.00


KR3278
Item KR3278
Dwight Eisenhower: "The Inagural Ball 1957" program. Apx 15p. Embossed eagle on hard paper cover with a blue tassel. Illus. $50.00


KR3302
Item KR3302
Dwight Eisenhower: 12-page illus B+W pamphlet about the Eisenhower's Pennsylvania estate. $7.00


KR3308
Item KR3308
Dwight Eisenhower: "Ike & Dick" window sticker. White on blue w/white border. 8 x 2-1/2." Adhesive is on front. Dampen and stick. $6.00


KR066T
Item KR066T
Dwight Eisenhower: Rectangular sticker. Attractive. "I Like IKE" in large blue lettering w/bluetone pic of Eisenhower and line sketch of Capitol dome on bright red bkgd shield-shape w/blue stars around outside. 6-1/2" x 3-3/8" Glue on back of stickers has partially stuck to back of see-through protective wrapper but front of sticker is fine for display purposes. Nice graphics! $10.00


A5504N
Item A5504N
Dwight Eisenhower: "Ike Leads all Americans!" blue on white paper sash produced by Citizens for Eisenhower. 29-1/4" long. Nice display item. $12.50


A5509N
Item A5509N
Dwight Eisenhower: "Ike & Dick" blue & white window sticker. 8" long. $7.50


A5510N
Item A5510N
Dwight Eisenhower: "Vet for IKE" R/W/B window sticker. 8" long. $12.50


A5511N
Item A5511N
Dwight Eisenhower: "Let's Back IKE" round cardboard pinback button. 4" Unusual. $12.50


A5512N
Item A5512N
Dwight Eisenhower: "I Like Ike" embroidered in black on dark red linen pocket handkerchief. $20.00


A5513N
Item A5513N
Dwight Eisenhower: "IKE" w/gold star above vertical name on R/W/B cloth ribbon. 5-1/2" long. $12.00


A5514N
Item A5514N
Dwight Eisenhower: "Citizens for Eisenhower" white lettering on purple cloth ribbon. 13-3/4" long. Nice display piece. $25.00


A5515N
Item A5515N
Dwight Eisenhower: B&W postcard of the Eisenhower family with grandchildren. $8.00


A5518N
Item A5518N
Dwight Eisenhower: Signed letter on embossed White House stationery addressed to Guy Noble, president of the National Committee on Boys and Girls Club Work. Eisenhower was honorary chairman of this organization while he was president. One small tape stain to the upper left of sig. $750.00


A5519N
Item A5519N
Dwight Eisenhower: An Address by President Eisenhower to the UN General Assembly. September 22, 1960. Speech highlight includes programs for African nations, many which had just joined the UN, standby arrangements for the U.N. forces, disarmament and outer space. Regarding the last topic, Ike's major concerns were that in the space race, celesial bodies not be subject to national appropriation by any claims of sovereignty and that no nation will put into orbit or station in outer space weapons of mass destruction. $18.00


A5520N
Item A5520N
Dwight Eisenhower: Inauguration Ceremonies Program. Jan 20, 1953, and original envelope. $35.00


A5521N
Item A5521N
Dwight Eisenhower: 8" x 10" b&w glossy photo of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, Apr 1956. $15.00


A5522N
Item A5522N
Dwight Eisenhower: Two items. White House letter dated Nov 3, 1959 supporting the 1960 4-H theme, "Learn - Live - Serve through 4-H" w/fac. sig. of the president and an 8" x 10" print of Eisenhower accepting a genuine Indian peace pipe from a group of 4-H members on a visit to the White House. $25.00


A5524N
Item A5524N
Dwight Eisenhower: Eisenhower address at the Republican National Convention. July 26, 1960. $20.00


A5525N
Item A5525N
Dwight Eisenhower: Brochure on President Eisenhower's televised report to the Nation on the Summit Meeting. May 25, 1960. $20.00


A5526N
Item A5526N
Dwight Eisenhower: (postcard) The day the Russians tapped The Mayflower's God Reserve. Sketch of Eisenhower talking with Khrushchev at a banquet at The Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C. $10.00


A5527N
Item A5527N
Dwight Eisenhower: Glossy photo of Dwight Eisenhower trout fishing. 8" x 10" $15.00


A5529N
Item A5529N
Dwight Eisenhower: (postcard) Formal pose of Dwight Eisenhower. $4.00


A5530N
Item A5530N
Dwight Eisenhower: (postcard) Eisenhower Farm and Gettysburg Countryside. $3.50


A5531N
Item A5531N
Dwight Eisenhower: 1960s booklet on The Dwight D. Eisenhower Library in Abilene, Kansas. $4.00


A5532N
Item A5532N
Dwight Eisenhower: (postcard) 1960s postcard of a artwork showing Dwight D. Eisenhower as a baby. $3.50


A5533N
Item A5533N
Dwight Eisenhower: (postcard) The Eisenhower Farm in Gettysburg. $4.00


A5534N
Item A5534N
Dwight Eisenhower: (postcard) A painting of General Eisenhower with a background portraying the struggle for liberty, on display at the Famous Hall of Presidents in Gettysburg. $2.00


A5535N
Item A5535N
Dwight Eisenhower: 8" x 10" glossy b&w photo, the last public photo if President Eisenhower before his death. $20.00


A5536N
Item A5536N
Dwight Eisenhower: Program for The Memorable Eisenhower Years. Gallery of Modern Art. $4.00


A5537N
Item A5537N
Dwight Eisenhower: Great coat-tails leaflet from Illinois promoting the election of Eisenhower for President, Nixon for Vice President, Stratton for Governor, Chapman for Lieut. Governor, Carpentier for Sec. of State, Hodge for Auditor, Hoffman for Treasurer and Castle for Attorney General. $20.00


A5538N
Item A5538N
Dwight Eisenhower: Nice leaflet by the U.S. Mint promoting the 1971 Eisenhower Silver Dollar including an order form for ordering proof dollars. $ $12.50


A5539N
Item A5539N
Dwight Eisenhower: 3 items. An Eisenhower 1st day cover with the Eisenhower 6 cent stamp first day issue, postmarked Abilene Kansas in memory of Eisenhower, and a note of acknowledgement from Mamie Doud Eisenhower with thank you for wishes of expressed sympathy upon Ike's death, plus the original envelope postmarked Gettysburg and with Mamie's franked signature. $40.00


A5540N
Item A5540N
Dwight Eisenhower: A letter from Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1967 congratulating a lady on her 99th birthday, fac. sig. With original envelope w/Eisenhowers franked sig. $20.00


A5541N
Item A5541N
Dwight Eisenhower: Eisenhower prayer card. Line art sketch of Ike on one side; prayer on reverse. $15.00


A5542N
Item A5542N
Dwight Eisenhower: Vol. 1 No. 1 Eisenhower College Newsletter. $30.00


A8911A
Item A8911A
Dwight Eisenhower: Colored portrait of Dwight & Mamie Eisenhower on side of white ceramic bell. "General and Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower" above the portrait. "Abilene, Kansas" below. 5-3/4" $27.50


A5666N
Item A5666N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower addresses news conference. May 15, 1957. The chief executive objected to allegations from some fellow Republicans that he has become more liberal in his views and policies since takin office in 1952--if anything, he declared, he has grown more conservative. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $18.00


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Item A5667N
Dwight Eisenhower: General "IKE" returns from Europena inspection. General Dwight D. Eisenhower and his wife, leave an ATC plane at Washington, DC, upon their return from Europe. The General toured the continant in a month long flying trip, and said he was amazed by the high morale of the American forces abroad. Oct 19, 1946. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


A5667NA
Item A5667NA
Dwight Eisenhower: General and Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower are pictured leaving their Fort Myer, Virginia, home today as the recently retired U.S. Army Chief of Staff made his first appearance in civilian clothes. Feb 24, 1948. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $35.00


A5668N
Item A5668N
Dwight Eisenhower: General "Ike" Eisenhower, U.S. Army's Chief of Staff, waves goodbye to the crowd who saw him off at Washington this morning. Mrs. Eisenhower, shown with the General, will not accompany her husband on his trip. The General is bound for a four-weeks air inspection tour of military establishments in Alaska. The War Department explained that the Chief of Staff's Alaska journey is part of his program to make first hand observation of Army operations in the field. Eisenhower will leave the Army's active list within a few months to become President of Columbia University, New York. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $18.00


A5669N
Item A5669N
Dwight Eisenhower: General "Ike" Eisenhower proudly poses with his mother, Ida Eisenhower in Kansas City yesterday. It was their first meeting since General "Ike" went to war. June 22, 1945. NO caption. Original press photo. 7" x 9" $25.00


A5670N
Item A5670N
Dwight Eisenhower: General "Ike" Eisenhower proudly poses with his mother, Ida Eisenhower in Kansas City yesterday . It was their first meeting since General "Ike" went to war. June 22, 1945. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $30.00


A5671N
Item A5671N
Dwight Eisenhower: Secretary of Navy James Forrestal, right, today presented the Navy distinguished service medal to Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, left. The Army Chief of Staff, who yesterday disclosed that he will relinquish his duties to become President of Columbia University next year, was given the award "for exceptional meritorious service as Commander-in-chief of allied expeditionary forces during the simultaneous assault on Casablanca, Oran, Algiers, North Africa, in Nov. 1942." Secretary of War Robert Patterson, center, witnessed the ceremony at the Navy Department earlier today. June 25, 1947. Original press photo w/caption. 8" x 10" $20.00


A5672N
Item A5672N
Dwight Eisenhower: General Dwight D. Eisenhower, in his first news conference since accepting the presidency of Columbia University, announced today that he will remain available to the War Department ofr advice despite his acceptance of the Columbia job. The Chief of Staff siad that he would "always have the welfare of the nation and the army at heart" and be as much in his country's service as if he wore the uniform. June 27, 1947. Original press photo w/caption. 8" x 10" $20.00


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Item A5673N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower appears in a happy mood as he meets with Defense Secretary Neil McElroy in his White House office today. The president is celebrating his 67th birthday today. Oct 14, 1957. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $17.00


A5675N
Item A5675N
Dwight Eisenhower: Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. President Dwight D. Eisenhower is shown as he left the polling building as he casted his ballot in the Pennsylvania primary election. The chief executive was greeted by a young admirer, Michael Auginbaugh, 18-months-old, and gave the President a present which is under his arm. April 24, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $30.00


A5676N
Item A5676N
Dwight Eisenhower: Happy Eisenhowers take Capital "Salute" - Washington, DC. President Eisenhower raises both hands above his head in the familiar campaign gesture while his wife, Mamie, radiates happiness beside him as they were greeted at the "Salute to Eisenhower" dinner in Washington last night. This was as the president prepared to address the gathering and 52 other cities holding "Salute" dinners that brought $5,000,000 into the GOP Campaign chest. 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $22.00


A5677N
Item A5677N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower and Chief Justice Earl Warren are shown chatting at the second annual prayer breakfast of the International Christian Leadership Group for members of Congress. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $16.00


A5679N
Item A5679N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower is shown adjusting his tie during the great question and answer game that marked his first press conference since Sept 24. Among the vital questions shot at him were some concerning his candidacy for reelection, his views on Dulles' "Brink of War" statement and Gen. Ridgway's charge that the administration played politics with the nation's security. Jan 19, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. Partial crease diagonally across upper portion of photo. 7" x 9" $8.00


A5680N
Item A5680N
Dwight Eisenhower: In his first full-scale news conference here since last August, President Eisenhower braces himself for the barrageof questions newsmen had been saving up to ask him. Foremost among them was whether the President had made up his mind about second term plans. The chief executive said that he had no objections to having his name placed in presidential primaries, as it had in New Hampshire, but that does not mean he has made up his mind to run. Jan 19, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


A5681N
Item A5681N
Dwight Eisenhower: Langley Air Force Base, VA - President Eisenhower walks down the ramp from his personal plane, the Columbine III, after it was grounded by electrical trouble and he was forced to return to Washington aboard a DC-4. He is followed by his Air Force aide and pilot Lt. Col. William Draper. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $12.00


A5682N
Item A5682N
Dwight Eisenhower: President-elect Dwight Eisenhower (left) is shown with British Air Marshal Lord Tedder (right), who worked with him during World War II and after, when the Briton called at Ike's headquarters today. In center is Lewis W. Douglas, former U.S. Ambassador to England, also a close friend of Tedder. Nov 25, 1952. Dark room stain along left side of photo. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $10.00


A5683N
Item A5683N
Dwight Eisenhower: Present at the swearing in ceremony today of James V. Forrestal, of New York, as the Nation's first Secretary of National Defense, were the "top brass" of the army and navy. L. to R. - Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, Chief of Naval Operations; General of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower, Army Chief of Staff; General Carl Spaatz, Commanding General of the Army Air Forces; and General Alexander A. Vandergrift, Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps, as they watched their new chief take oath of office. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $18.00


A5684N
Item A5684N
Dwight Eisenhower: President and Mrs. Eisenhower, followed by Mrs. John Doud, mother of the First Lady, alight from the presidential plane, the Columbine, on their return to Washington from the Thomasville, GA., farm of Treasury Secretary George Humphrey. Feb 25, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


A5685N
Item A5685N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Dwight D. Eisenhower is shown with Gov. Thomas Stanley of Virginia as the Chief Executive arrived at Langley Air Force Base, VA to address the 49th annual meeting of the Governors Conference. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $14.00


A5686N
Item A5686N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Dwight D. Eisenhower is shown with Gov. Thomas Stanley of Virginia as the Chief Executive arrived at Langley Air Force Base, VA to address the 49th annual meeting of the Governors Conference. Original press photo. 7" x 9" $14.00


A5687N
Item A5687N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower is shown aboard his small "commuter" plane before his return flight from Gettysburg to Washington after spending the week-end at his farm. Feb 7, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $9.00


A5688N
Item A5688N
Dwight Eisenhower: The result was still in doubt when President Eisenhower and Republican National Chairman Leonard Hall scanned the election returns at Republican Headquarters in Washington in the November 1954 Congressional Elections. When the smoke had cleared away, the Democrats had control of both houses. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $25.00


A5689N
Item A5689N
Dwight Eisenhower: President-Elect Dwight Eisenhower had a warm welcome for Mme. Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, Head of the Indian Delegation to the United Nations General Assembly when she called at his New York headquarters yesterday. Mme. Pandit is the sister of Indian Prime Minister Nehru. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $22.00


A5690N
Item A5690N
Dwight Eisenhower: President-elect Dwight Eisenhower extends a hearty welcome to British Foreign Minister Anthony Eden as the British diplomat arrived for a luncheon conference with the General. Immediately after his meeting with President-Elect Eisenhower, Eden was to address the UN Political Committee on Korea. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


A5691N
Item A5691N
Dwight Eisenhower: General Dwight Eisenhower receives Sword of Honor of City of London. Lord Inverchapel, British Ambassador, presents the Sword of Honor to Eisenhower on behalf of the British people, at the British Embassy. Mar 20, 1947. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


A5692N
Item A5692N
Dwight Eisenhower: General of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower presents the Legion of Merit Degree of Chief Commander to Lieutenant-General Ibrahim Pasha Atalla, Chief of Staff of the Royal Egyptian Army. General Edward Witsell (center), Adjutant General, U.S. Army, reads the citation. May 19, 1947. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $17.00


A5693N
Item A5693N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower arrives at his Lowry Air Force Base Summer White House Office after a short stay at Byers Peak Ranch in Fraser, Colorado. Sept 23, 1955. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $17.00


A5695N
Item A5695N
Dwight Eisenhower: With his left hand on a Bible and his right hand raised, Herbert Brownell is sworn in as Attorney General by Chief Justice Fred Vinson in the presence of President Dwight Eisenhower. Eight other cabinet members were also sworn into office yesterday. Jan 22, 1953. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


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Item A5696N
Dwight Eisenhower: General Dwight Eisenhower and wife shown leaving Washington by train on his first leg of a month's tour overseas where they will be guests of the King and Queen of England. General Eisenhower will make an inspection tour of the various U.S. occupation zones in Germany and other countries. Sept 21, 1946. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $18.00


A5697N
Item A5697N
Dwight Eisenhower: General and Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower were among the "brass" in the Army Section at Yankee Stadium today when Army and Notre Dame squared off for their annual classic. Here the popular soldier and his lady wave in acknowledgement of cheers that greeted them. Nov 9, 1946. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $18.00


A5698N
Item A5698N
Dwight Eisenhower: President and Mrs. Dwight Eisenhower wear cherry vacation smiles as they leave Denver's Corona Presbyterian Church after attending Sunday services in the morning. The President and his lady are pending the first ten days of their Colorado vacation at the home of Mrs. Eisenhower's mother. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $18.00


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Item A5699N
Dwight Eisenhower: General and Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower stand before the Christmas tree at the Denver home of Mrs. Eisenhower's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John S. doud, admiring a pair of argyle socks. They were knitted by their daughter-in-law, Barbara, for the General's Chirstmas present. But the General seems to be admiring them somewhat ruefully; for he's going into uniform very soon, and Arthle socks are not usually worn with uniform. General Eisenhower is scheduled to depart for Europe in the near future to pilot Western Europe's defenses. Dec 27, 1950. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


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Item A5701N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower points to a plaque on the wall at West Point here today during his visit. The names on plaque are members of the 1915 football team who were Ike's classmates, and with whom he played football. 1957. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $12.00


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Item A5702N
Dwight Eisenhower: Old grad happy to be back-- Happy as only an old grad can be, President Eisehnower waves to cheering throngs as he and Mamie take seats for the Army-Colgate game at Michie Stadium today. The President joined about 30 of his classmates for a two-day reunion of Class of 1915. The Chief Executive rooted Army to a 53-7 victory over the visitors. 11-2-57. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $18.00


A5703N
Item A5703N
Dwight Eisenhower: Ike faces newsmen again--thanks N.H. voters. These three closeups show President Eisenhower facing a battery of newsmen in his first press conference here since Aug 4. Frame at left shows the Chief Executive reading from a statement thanking citizens of New Hampshire for placing his name in the Presidential primaries. He said that he did not object to his name being entered, but emphasized that this did not mean he would run. The other two frames show the General in customary alertness and vigor facing his questioners. Jan 19, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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Item A5704N
Dwight Eisenhower: Ike welcomes Defense Secretary Designate. New York...President-elect Dwight Eisenhower (left) welcomes Defense Secretary Designate Charles Wilson at Eisenhower's Commodore Hotel headquarter for a luncheon conference today. The luncheon preceded a full cabinet meeting in which the President-elect and his cabinet were to chart the incoming Administration's course in dealing with a wide range of domestic and foreign problems. Jan 12, 1953 Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $18.00


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Item A5705N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower, shown at his press conference today, said he would not objrect to his name being entered in the New Hampshire presidential primary. Jan 19, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


A5706N
Item A5706N
Dwight Eisenhower: View of President Eisenhower's press conference today. It was his first full-scale meeting with the press since last August 4. Center, facing the press, is White House News Secretary James Hagerty and at right is his assistant Murray Snyder.Jan 19, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $18.00


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Item A5707N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower and his wife, Mamie, are shown with Mrs. Eisenhower's sister, Mrs. Gordon Moore (right) as they left LaGuardia Field for the Waldorf Astoria after a flight from Washington this afternoon. The President is in New York to address the dinner of the National Fund for Medical Education in honor of Alfred P. Sloan Jr., at the Waldorf tonight. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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Item A5708N
Dwight Eisenhower: Mrs. Dwight Eisenhower, wife of the new Chief of Staff USA, who has been seriously ill, returned to Washington today by train and was taken to a waiting ambulance by stretcher. MP's assisted by General Eisenhower shown removing Mrs. Eisenhower from train at Union Station this morning. Dec 7, 1945. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $14.00


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Item A5709N
Dwight Eisenhower: Mrs. Dwight Eisenhower, wife of the new Chief of Staff USA, who has been seriously ill, returned to Washington today by train and was taken to a waiting ambulance by stretcher. MP's assisted by General Eisenhower shown removing Mrs. Eisenhower from train at Union Station this morning. Dec 7, 1945. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $14.00


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Item A5711N
Dwight Eisenhower: Gen. Eisenhower at Abilene, Kansas. Gen. Dwight Eisenhower is pictured here on the reviewing stand on top of the Lamar Hotel's Marquee. Left to right, Sgt. Sapp, Col. Staak, The General's aide, Mrs. Eisenhower, General Eisenhower, C. M. Hanger, Gov. Schoeppel, Mayor H. Strawig of Abilene. June 22, 1945. Original press photo w/caption. 8" x 10" $15.00


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Item A5712N
Dwight Eisenhower: Part of the great crown that heard "Ike" speak at Eisenhower Park in Abilene Kansas today. June 22, 1945. Original press photo w/caption. 8" x 10" $15.00


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Item A5713N
Dwight Eisenhower: Girls who taught Eisenhower. Abilene, Kansas - Three of General Eisenhower's teachers are show left to right - Mrs. Emma Wolf, who as Emma Hassgen, taught him in fourth grade; Mrs. B. F. Brennamen, who, as Miss Nettie Geaque, was his first grade teacher; and Miss Addie Over who taught his seventh grade class. June 19, 1945. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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Item A5714N
Dwight Eisenhower: "Jonah" Callahan, left leaning against lightpost, General Eisenhower's football coach in high school days, reflects on Friday's doings in Abilene as other residents look at Dickinson County's honor roll. Note Gen. Eisenhower's photo in the upper left hand corner of the tablet. June 20, 1945. Original press photo w/caption. 8" x 10" $15.00


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Item A5717N
Dwight Eisenhower: Gen. Eisenhower waves from the door of the railroad car at Abilene, Kansas during his visit "home". June 19, 1945. Original press photo. 7" x 9" $10.00


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Item A5718N
Dwight Eisenhower: Quartette of barbers--Eisenhower favorites. Abilene, Kansas--The barber shop which Gen. Dwight Eisenhower visited when he lived here. This was a partnership affair and all of these men at various times did Gen. Eisenhowers work. Left to right-Glen Owens, Harry Lorenson, Walt Branaman, M.C. Mclintock and Jim Callahan. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $10.00


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Item A5719N
Dwight Eisenhower: John B. Ewards of Abilene, Kansas. Will be 101 in September, inspects plow used by General Eisenhower. Original press photo. 7" x 9" $10.00


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Item A5720N
Dwight Eisenhower: This is the favorite spot in Callahans' confectionary where Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Commander of American Forces in the European Area, visited before going overseas to command the U.S. Forces. The men shown here knew Gen. Eisenhower and went to school with him in Abilene. Standing, "Jonah" Callahan, sitting left to right - Ed Crawford, Dr. F. M. Worley, W. E. Freeman and "Chet" Hutchison. June 14, 1945. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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Item A5722N
Dwight Eisenhower: "Ike" meets Schoolday pal. Abilene, Kansas-General Eisenhower shakes hands with Paul Royer, Abilene, City Attorney and a member of the General's high school football squad. At right Dave Wilke looks on. June 21, 1945. Original press photo. 7" x 9" $12.00


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Item A5723N
Dwight Eisenhower: Senora De Martin Artajo, wife of the Spanish Foreign Minister, presents a rare and beautiful lace Spanish Mantilla to Mrs. Eisenhower during a White House visit today. April 18, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $10.00


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Item A5724N
Dwight Eisenhower: A little shot for a big shot. New York, NY-Nine-year-old David Syrett, of 401 W. 118th Street, who says his father is a history teacher at Columbia, brought along his popgun when he turned out to welcome Gen. and Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower to their new home at 60 Morningside Drive. Eisenhower said he would spend some time writing his memoirs, before assuming his duties as prexy of Columbia University. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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Item A5725N
Dwight Eisenhower: Ike arrives at his new home, 60 Morningside Drive and announces that he will write his memoirs. Original press photo. 7" x 9" $12.00


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Item A5726N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower appears to be enjoying his golfing vacation at the Augusta National Golf Club as he is shown before his meeting with Harold E. Stassen this morning. April 23, 1957. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $14.00


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Item A5727N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower visits the USIA's exhibit picturing the American way of Life as "Peoples Capitalism" with rich rewards for all. The exhibit which opens at Union Station in Washington, DC will be displayed overseas to help combat Communist lies about lie in the U.S. Feb 13, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $18.00


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Item A5728N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower contributes to the Easter Seal campaign after 4-year-old Clara Jo Proudfoot, of Miami, Florida, the National Easter Seal child, presented him with the first sheet of the 1956 seals at the White House today. Mar 15, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $16.00


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Item A5729N
Dwight Eisenhower: National Easter Seal child Clara Jo Proudfoot, 4, of Miami, Florida, looks on expectantly as President Eisenhower searches his desk for something to give the child in return for the first sheet of 1956 Easter Seals and a gold pen. A rubber band and a pen knife for her 9-year-old brother Carl. The bartering began when Mr. Eisenhower accepted the Seals and placed a $5 bill in Clara Jo's hand. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $14.00


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Item A5730N
Dwight Eisenhower: President-elect Dwight Eisenhower is shown with British Air Marshall Lord Tedder (right), an old comrade-in-arms, as the Briton called at Ike's headquarters today. In center is Lewis W. Douglas, former U.S. Ambassador to England, also a close friend of Lord Tedder. Nov 15, 1952. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $17.00


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Item A5731N
Dwight Eisenhower: Major General Leonard D. Heaton, Commanding Officer of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, greets President and Mrs. Eisenhower as the Chief Executive reported to the hospital today for a medical check up to determine the extent of his recovery from a Sept. 24 heart attack. Feb 11, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $14.00


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Item A5732N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower appeared glum as he walked to the White House from his press conference in the Executive Office Building as a mild snow storm hit the Capital today. Jan 19, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $9.00


A5735N
Item A5735N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower appears to be doing some high-powered pondering as he chats with some of the GOP Congressmen who attended his second of a series of White House breakfasts for Republican lawmakers today. From left in front are: Rep. Patrick Hillings, Cal; Rep. Peter Frelinghuysen Jr, NJ; Pres. Eisenhower; and Rep. Robert D. Harrison, Neb. Behind Frelinghuysen is Rep. Frederic J. Coudert Jr, NY; and behind the President is Rep. Robert B. Chiperfield, IL. The Presidential breakfasts are designed to win support for the President's legislative program. June 14, 1957. Original press photo w/caption. 5-1/2" x 9" $16.00


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Item A5736N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower tells reporters at his Press Conference that if he wever feels he is unable to carry the burden of the Presidency, he will withdraw as a candidate for a second term. Mar 7, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $18.00


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Item A5737N
Dwight Eisenhower: Retiring JCS members decorated by the President. President Eisenhower (right) is shown as he congratulated three retiring members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff yesterday after he decorated them with distinguished service medals. From left: General J. Lawton Collins, Army Chief of Staff; Admiral William Fechteler, Chief of Naval Operations, and General Omar N. Bradley, Chairman of the JOS. The President praised the trio's contributions to a military policy which, he said, may someday "make war impossible." Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


A5738N
Item A5738N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower is shown en route to the Executive Office Building for his first full-scale news conference since last August 4th. Jan 19, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $12.00


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Item A5739N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower, dressed in cap and gown, lifts a sterling silver spade full of dirt as he participates in ground-breaking ceremonies for the new School of International Service at American University in Wash., D.C. this evening. Earlier the Chief Executive received an Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree and called for establishment of International Relations based on "Truth, Integrity, and Honesty" in his address. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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Item A5740N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower, dressed in cap and gown, lifts a sterling silver spade full of dirt as he participates in ground-breaking ceremonies for the new School of International Service at American University in Wash., D.C. this evening. Earlier the Chief Executive received an Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree and called for establishment of International Relations based on "Truth, Integrity, and Honesty" in his address. Original press photo. 7" x 9" $14.00


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Item A5741N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower with two military officers. No caption. Original press photo. 7" x 9" $7.00


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Item A5742N
Dwight Eisenhower: GOP National Committee Chairman Leonard Hall, left, House Minority Leader Joseph W. Martin, Jr., of Mass., and President Eisenhower watch the NATS-Yanks opener at Griffith Stadium after the Chief Executive lobbed the symbolic first pitch to initiate the 1956 baseball season. April 17, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $17.00


A5743N
Item A5743N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower told his news conference today the national economy is taking a breather but indicated he sees no great cause for alarm in the recent stock market decline. It was his first press session in three weeks. Oct 30, 1957. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


A5745N
Item A5745N
Dwight Eisenhower: From left, Fred Dixon, President, Washington, D.C., Young Republicans Club; Bob Williams, Director of the Club's Leadership and Training School in Washington; Mrs. Eisenhower; Joyce I. Bovik, Denver, Colo, Co-chairman of the Young Republicans National Federation; and Charles McWhorter, of New York City, Chairman of the Young Republicans National Federation, as the First Lady received the group at the White House today. Jan 25, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $18.00


A5746N
Item A5746N
Dwight Eisenhower: A smiling closeup of President-Elect Dwight Eisenhower as he posed for a bust in bronze by amateur sculptor Dr. C. W. Bressler-Pettis, of Kissimmee, Florida. Later the likeness was presented to the General by the sculptor. Nov 20, 1952. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


A5747N
Item A5747N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower arrives at Washington National Airport after a flight from Harrisburg, PA, aboard the Columbine III. The Chief Executive voted early this morning at Gettysburg in the Pennsylvania primary then flew to Washington for his conference with Congressional leaders. April 24, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $14.00


A5748N
Item A5748N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower, center, is shown as he accepted from Italian President Giovanni Gronchi, right, a beautiful, full-sized reproduction of the famed "discus thrower" statue. Looking on at the ceremony in the White House Rose Garden is Gaetano Martino, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Italian Republic. Feb 28, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $18.00


A5749N
Item A5749N
Dwight Eisenhower: When British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden arrives in the U.S. on Monday, it is expected that one of the first things to be discussed between him and President Eisenhower is the letter from Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin delivered to the President this week. The letter reportedly proposes some sort of Soviet-American friendship treaty. This photo of Bulganin (left) and President Eisenhower was made at the "Summit" conference in Geneva. Jan 28, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $18.00


A5750N
Item A5750N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower, speaking over a closed circuit TV and radio network to $100-a-plate "Salute to Eisenhower" dinners in 53 cities, is shown as he told the nation's GOP's celebrating his 3rd anniversary in office tonight that he is still undecided whether to run for a second term. Jan 20, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


A5751N
Item A5751N
Dwight Eisenhower: Serious in face, President Eisenhower arrived at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington yesterday for a key medical checkup to determine the extent of his recovery from his September 24 heart attack. In contrast to his grim, preoccupied expression on entering the hospital, the examination may provide the key to whether the President will run for reelection. Feb 12, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $10.00


A5752N
Item A5752N
Dwight Eisenhower: Serious in face, President Eisenhower arrived at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington yesterday for a key medical checkup to determine the extent of his recovery from his September 24 heart attack. In contrast to his grim, preoccupied expression on entering the hospital, the examination may provide the key to whether the President will run for reelection. Feb 12, 1956. Original press photo. 7" x 9" $10.00


A5753N
Item A5753N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower is shown leaving the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington after a key medical checkup to determine the extent of his recovery from his September 24 heart attack. Feb 12, 1956. Original press photo. 7" x 9" $9.00


A5754N
Item A5754N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower is shown leaving the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington after a key medical checkup to determine the extent of his recovery from his September 24 heart attack. Feb 12, 1956. Original press photo. 7" x 9" $9.00


A5755N
Item A5755N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower walks from the White House to the Executive Office Building to hold his regular press conference. With the President is Gerald D. Morgan, Special Counsel to the President, and a secret service agent. Mar 7, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $10.00


A5756N
Item A5756N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Dwight D. Eisenhower met with some of his cabinet officials today to discuss his Atoms for Peace Program. Shown with the Chief Executive are, l to r, Treasury Secretary George Humphreys, President Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. Jan 13, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $17.00


A5757N
Item A5757N
Dwight Eisenhower: White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. "Now I know I can Take It"...Proving to himself that he is back in form, Ike waves with a big smile, after leaving the club house at Greenbriar. He was very well pleased and so was his doctor. Ike stood up to it very well, going 18 rounds of golf immediately after arriving by train from Washington this morning. Mar 26, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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Item A5758N
Dwight Eisenhower: Mamie Eisenhower in Bow as "First Lady Elect." Mrs. Dwight D. eisehnower made her first public appearance as "First Lady-Elect" today when she attended a Waldorf-Astoria Luncheon meeting of the New York USO Defense Fund Women's Division. Mrs. Eisenhower's first official duty was to cut and partake of a home-made chocolate cake, a sample of "The American Serviceman's Favority Dessert." The First-Lady-Elect is shown surrounded by servicemen and some of the USO lady delegates, as she cuts the soldier's "dream cake". Nov 25, 1952 Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $12.00


A5759N
Item A5759N
Dwight Eisenhower: Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower, wife of the President-Elect, is shown at the door of the White House on her arrival yesterday for a housekeeping tour of her home for the next four years with Mrs. Harry S. Truman, the current tenant. A mement after this photo was made, Mrs. Truman came to the door and extended a warm greeting to Mrs. Eisenhower. Dec 2, 1952. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" Upper right corner missing. $8.00


A5760N
Item A5760N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower responds to a minute-long ovation shortly before he addressed the GOP's $100-a-plate "Salute to Eisenhower" Dinner in Washington this evening. Jan 20, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $16.00


A5761N
Item A5761N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower is shown as some 290 correspondents quizzed him at his first formal news conference in more than five months. Jan 19, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $14.00


A5762N
Item A5762N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower today vetoed the explosive farm bill but proposed a "pay-in-advance" Sil Bank Plan which could put as much as 500 million extra dollars into farmers' pockets this year. The Chief Executive, shown here as he made a nation-wide television-radio broadcast, explained why he vetoed the bill--he told the people that the measure sent him by the Democratic-controlled Congress was a "hodge-podge." April 16, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $18.00


A5763N
Item A5763N
Dwight Eisenhower: Thomasville, GA. Ike plays gold again,here he is as he tees off on the first tee at Glen Arvin Country Club. Feb 17, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $18.00


A5764N
Item A5764N
Dwight Eisenhower: Thomasville, GA. President Eisenhower reaches down for golf ball while practicing on the putting green at Glen Arvin Country Club. Feb 17, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" Bottom left corner missing. $7.00


A5765N
Item A5765N
Dwight Eisenhower: Thomasville, GA. President Eisenhower intently follows the flight of the ball after he hit an iron shot in practice before playing a game with John Walter, Pro at the Glen Arvin Country Club, as his partner against Press Secretary James Hagerty and New York sportsman John Hay (Jock) Whitney. Don't be surprised, however, if you see more pictures of the President smiling when he plays golf. Today he said he was going to try a new psychological approach in an effort to smooth out his game. The President daid he was going to start laughing "instead of cussin'" when he dubs a shot. Feb 17, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $18.00


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Item A5766N
Dwight Eisenhower: Thomasville, GA. President Eixenhower reaches down for golf ball while practicing on the putting green at Glen Arvin Country Club. Feb 17, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


A5767N
Item A5767N
Dwight Eisenhower: Thomasville, GA. President Eisenhower watches the ball roll after putting on the green at the Glen Arven Country Club. The Chief Executive got in 18 holes of golf for the first time since his Sept. 24 heart attack. Feb 17, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $17.00


A5768N
Item A5768N
Dwight Eisenhower: Thomasville, GA. President Eisenhower rides down the fairway on the first hold of the Glen Arvin Country Club course. Feb 17, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $14.00


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Item A5769N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower with unidentified companion on golf course. No caption Original press photo. 7" x 9" $7.00


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Item A5771N
Dwight Eisenhower: President sharpens up his golfing eye. Key West, Florida. This sequence of magic eye pictures shows President Eisenhower keeping in touch with his favorite sport during his vacation in Key West. He is pitching golf balls with a no. 9 iron. Follow the action from left and you see the backswing as No. 1 and the forward swing, NO. 2. In the third photo the club head is just connecting with the ball, and in the fourth frame the ball is rising about level with the President's knee. Second from right: the ball is well on its way, but the President still has his head down. At extreme right is the follow through. Jan 9, 1956. Original 6 press photos w/caption. 4-1/4" x 5-1/2" $20.00


A5772N
Item A5772N
Dwight Eisenhower: Followed by two secret service men, President-Elect Dwight D. Eisenhower has a cherry good-night for two attractive G.O.P. workers as he leaves Republican Headquarters at New York's Hotel Commodore for his Columbia University residence tonight. Security precautions are being stepped up as the General's trip to Korea nears. Nov 25, 1952. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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Item A5773N
Dwight Eisenhower: Ike's active life! This photo was made April 4th of this year when Ike started the baseball season in Washington by throwing out the first ball. Ike, who was an excellent athlete in his youth and at West Point winds up and throws the ball like a pro. Original press photo divided into six frames w/caption. 7" x 9" $20.00


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Item A5774N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower munches peanuts as he watches the Nats-Yanks opener at Griffith Stadium after tossing the first ball to launch the 1956 baseball season today. April 17, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $18.00


A5775N
Item A5775N
Dwight Eisenhower: Gen. Sarlih Omurtak, Chief of Staff of the Turkish Army, arrived in Washington today to begin a one month's inspection tour of U.S. military installations and industrial plants. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Army Chief of Staff, right, is shown as he welcomed the Turkish Chief of Staff to the Nation's Capital upon his arrival at A.T.C. terminal, Washington. Original press photo w/caption. 8" x 10" $14.00


A5776N
Item A5776N
Dwight Eisenhower: General of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower presents the Soldiers Medal to Sgt. Wylie Bell Air Transport Command, who was responsible for rescuing a fellow crew member from the Naknek River, alaska. The incident took place when Gen. Eisenhower was touring alaska last August. The ceremony took place at the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. Mrs. Bell (left) and Gen. Carl Spaatz, Air Chief of Staff, witness the ceremony. Oct 9, 1947. Original press photo w/caption. 8" x 10" $15.00


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Item A5778N
Dwight Eisenhower: President and Mrs. Eisenhower braved the elements today to attend church services at the National Presbyterian Church here in the nation's capitol. The chief executive and the first lady were greeted by a cold driving rain as they emerged from the church at the conclusion of the service. At left, is the presidential chauffeur, Dick Flor. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $10.00


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Item A5779N
Dwight Eisenhower: President-Elect Eisenhower prepares to serve his granddaughter, Susan, aged 10 months, as Mamie (rear) looks on, during the traditional Thanksgiving Day dinner at the Eisenhowers' Morning Heights residence. Ike and Mamie, their daughter-in-law and three grandchildren celebrated together. Nov 27, 1952. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $18.00


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Item A5780N
Dwight Eisenhower: Eisenhower uses his hands to show how a jet lands on an aircraft carrier. Original press photo. 7" x 9" $10.00


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Item A5781N
Dwight Eisenhower: Old Grad Happy to be back. West Point, NY. Happy as only an old grad can be, President Eisenhower waves to cheering throngs as he and Mamie take seats for the Army-Colgate game at Michie Stadium today. The President joined about 30 of his classmates for a two-day reunion of Class of 1915. The Chief Executive rooted Army to a 53-7 victory over the visitors. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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Item A5782N
Dwight Eisenhower: From left, Mrs. Prescott Bush, wife of the GOP Senator from Connecticut, Mrs. Eisenhower, Mrs. Richard M. Nixon, wife of the Vice President, and Mrs. Stuart Symington, wife of the Democratic Senator from Missouri, chat at a Senate Luncheon given in the First Lady's honor by the Senate Wives Club today. The club membership is made up of wives of Senators past and present, who meet semi-monthly at the Senate Office Building. They devote much of their time to Red Cross work, such as rolling bandages. (Note: Mrs. Prescott Bush is the mother of President H. W. Bush and grandmother of President George W. Bush). April 24, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $25.00


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Item A5784N
Dwight Eisenhower: Home of General Dwight D. Eisenhower in Abeline, Kansas. The quiet, well shaded home Mrs. Ida D. Eisenhower, mother of General Dwight D. Eisenhower. Eisenhower will see his mother for the first time since leaving the United States. June 14, 1945. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $12.00


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Item A5785N
Dwight Eisenhower: Newsmen dash for telephones in the Executive Office Building as President Eisenhower, background, concluded his press conference today. Jan 25, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $12.00


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Item A5786N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower bows his head in prayer at the annual Congressional prayer breakfast in Washington, DC attended by several hundred Congressmen and top administration officials. L. to R.: Senator Price Daniel, Texas, President Eisenhower, Hotelman Conrad Hilton. Feb 2, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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Item A5787N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower tells reporters at his news conference that he would be happy to have Vice President Richard Nixon as his 1956 Republican running mate and indicated the matter is settled. Mar 14, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $17.00


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Item A5788N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower, shown at his press conference today, announced he will not object to his name being entered in the New Hampshire or other presidential preferential primaries but emphasized he has reached no decision on seeking reelection. Jan. 19, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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Item A5789N
Dwight Eisenhower: Ike faces newsmen again--thanks N.H. voters. These three closeups show President Eisenhower facing a battery of newsmen in his first press conference here since Aug. 4. Frame at left shows the Chief Executive reading from a statement thanking citizens of New Hampshire for placing his name in the presidential primaries. He said that he did not object to his name being entered, but emphasized that this did not mean he would run. The other two frames show the General in customary alertness and vigor facing his questioners. Jan 19, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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Item A5790N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower leaves the National Presbyterian Church accompanied by the pastor, Edward L. R. Elson, after the Chief Executive attended early morning services in the nation's capital. Jan 22, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $12.00


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Item A5791N
Dwight Eisenhower: At his press conference today, President Eisenhower again ducked a direct answer to whether he himself wants Vice President Richard M. Nixon to be his running mate again. He said he has told the Vice President that Nixon must decide for himself whether he wants to seek reelection to the number two post. Mar 7, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $17.00


A5792N
Item A5792N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower, shown at his press conference today, said he would not object to his name being entered in the New Hampshire Presidential Primary. Jan 19, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $15.00


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Item A5793N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower tells reporters at his press conference that if he ever feels he is unable to carry the burden of the presidency, he will withdraw as a candidate for a second term. Mar 7, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $12.00


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Item A5794N
Dwight Eisenhower: Maj. Gen. Milton A. Reckord, right, receives a 2nd oak leaf cluster to the distinguished service medal from Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Army Chief of Staff, for exceptionally meritorious service as Provost Marshal General in the European Theater of Operations from March, 1944 to June, 1945. Gen. Reckord is former Commanding General of the 29th Division, and at present is Adjutant General for the State of Maryland. He is also a member of the War Department's Committee on National Guard and Reserve Policy. The Award was made in a ceremony at the Pentagon Building. May 20, 1947. Original press photo w/caption. 8" x 10" $12.00


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Item A5795N
Dwight Eisenhower: Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower told Congress today that there can be lasting peace in the world "if we'll just have a little sense." The Army Chief of Staff, testifying before a House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on the continuance of the State Department's "Voice of America" foreign language broadcasts, termed Russia "one of the big question marks of the world," but added that the Soviet Union is just part of a larger overall problem that has to be solved if there is to be peace. L. to R.-Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Rep. Karl E. Mundt, of S.D.; Subcommittee Chairman, and Rep. Charles Eaton, R., of N.J., Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. May 20, 1947. Original press photo w/caption. 8" x 10" $15.00


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Item A5796N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower is shown as he told his first full scale news conference since August 4 that John Foster Dulles is the best Secretary of State he's ever known, even if he may have used some unfortunate expressions in discussing the so-called "Brink of War" policy. Jan 19, 1956. Original press photo w/caption. 7" x 9" $12.00


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Item A5797N
Dwight Eisenhower: President Eisenhower at podium. No caption nor date. Original press photo. 7" x 9" $10.00


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Item A5798N
Dwight Eisenhower: General Dwight Eisenhower and wife shown leaving Washington by train today on his first leg of a month's tour overseas where they will be guests of the King and Queen of England. Gen. Eisenhower will make an inspection tour of the various U.S. occupation zones in Germany and other countries. Sept. 21, 1946. Original press photo w/caption. 8" x 10" $12.00


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