A List of Future Color Reproductions
to be made available through our company:

Persian Gulf War In Research
The Constitution of United States America - Actual sized reproduction of all four pages to be produced in true color. In Process for 2005
Vietnam War In Research
Korean War In Research
German Surrender Document, signed in Rhiems, France on May 8, 1945 (WWII). Color photography from national archives Now in production
German Surrender Document, signed in Berlin Germany on May 8, 1945 (WWII). Color photography from national archives Color photography completed.
Declaration of War against Germany, (WWII) Signed December 11, 1941 at Washington, D. C. Color photography from National Archives. Color photography completed.
 Declaration of War against the Empire of Japan, (WWII) Signed December 17, 1941 at Washington, D. C. Color photography from National Archives.  Color photography completed.
Message to Congress, By President Franklin D. Roosevelt asking that war be declared against Japan. Color print of typed and hand corrected text.  Color photography completed.
Declaration of War against Germany, (WWI) Signed April 2, 1917 by president Woodrow Wilson in Washington, D. C. Color photography from National Archives.  Color photography completed.
Declaration of War against Spain, Signed April 11, 1898 (Spanish-American War ) by president William McKinley. Color photography from National Archives.  Color photography completed.
Surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia, April 9, 1865 at Appromattox, Virginia (Civil War). Signed by General Robert E. Lee and General U. S. Grant. In research.
 The Emancipation Proclamation, January 1, 1863 (Civil War). Signed by President Abraham Lincoln, official copy at the National Archives.Color photography from National Archives. In research.
 Declaration of War against Mexico, May 13, 1846 (Mexican-American War) Signed by President James K. Polk. Color photography from the National Archives.  Color photography not yet completed.
An Act for the protection of the commerce of the United States against Algerian Cruisers, Approved March 3, 1815. Signed by President Thomas Jefferson. Color photography from National Archives.  Color photography not yet completed.
Declaration of War against the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, June 18, 1812 (War of 1812). Signed by President James Madison. Color photography from National Archives. Color photography not yet completed.
Treaty of Peace with Great Britain, Signed Diplomatic Copies. (revolutionary War) Signed September 3, 1783. In research.
Articles of Capitulation of British Army under Cornwallis, October 19, 1781 (Revolutionary War) at Yorktown. Signed by Lord Cornwallis. Nine pages. Color photography from National Archives.  In research, color photography soon to be produced.

Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776 (Revolutionary War). Full size color print produced from the only photographic color transparency ever made of this great Charter Document.

The reproduction is true to the current condition of the Declaration of Independence. The original document is on public display at the National Archives, but is covered by a special light protective screen. This screen was removed for the color photography.

The use of laser graphics and new computer technology, makes the new print of this document the most accurate and color matched printed reproduction of the Declaration of Independence that has ever been offered to the American people.

Now Available!

Special War Related Document

Letter from General Douglas MacArthur to personal friend, Frederick H. Payne outlining the strategy that should be used in the Pacific to prevent war and to control a possible war situation. Dated October 8, 1936.

The strategy offered by MacArthur could have made the attack on Pearl Harbor virtually impossible for the Japanese. In the letter MacArthur says:

The Old defeatist line of Alaska, Hawaii, Panama, was in my opinion fatally defective in two basic ways. First, it pitched the potential battle areas on our own coast, and second, it destroyed the maneuvering potentialities of the fleet; cooped up in such a narrow triangle they were practically worthless.

This document has the letter head Commonwealth of the Philippines, Office of the Military Advisor, 1-calle Victoria, Maninila. This document is owned by Historical Document Reproduction, Inc. Jasper, Texas.

Color photography completed.

If you have an interest in any of these future color printed document reproductions, please E-Mail or write to our firm so that we can put you on our response list.We will contact you and advise you on how to order the reproductions of your choice. All inquiries will be responded to on a first receipt basis.