The Raab Collection website to release newly found historical documents each day this week.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE / PRURGENT
Philadelphia, PA, May 24, 2011: Pieces of history that were previously buried and recently discovered will be showcased this week by the Raab Collection. Each day, the dealer of historical documents will unveil a different historical document to the public that promises to generate significant interest and discussion.
“We’ve uncovered these important documents during our work with the relatives and descendants of famous figures,” said Nathan Raab, Vice president of The Raab Collection and expert on historical autographs. “We also comb through old collections, often assembled decades or longer ago. Ours is a process of historical discovery, and our clients are already part of that journey. We’re excited to be bringing these documents to the public – all for the very first time.”
- a letter by President Barack Obama expressing pride in being American
- a newly discovered letter penned in 1798 by Alexander Hamilton on the founding of West Point that was in a private collection for decades.
- a founding document by a famed Signer of the Declaration of Independence
People passionate about historical documents are encouraged to visit the website, www.raabcollection.com each day to view the latest release.
FOR INTERVIEW OR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT: Nathan Raab (610) 609-1782
About the Raab Collection
The Raab Collection is soon entering its third decade buying and selling significant historical letters, documents, and manuscripts. They have handled many of the most important historical autographs to reach the market and have represented the families of many famous Americans, among them Thomas Jefferson, Dwight Eisenhower, and Gerald Ford. Its recent discovery of a letter discussing Abraham Lincoln’s religious beliefs generated national and international interest. For more information visit http://www.raabcollection.com