Leonard Wood Autograph

Leonard Wood (October 9, 1860 – August 7, 1927) was a United States Army major general, physician, and public official. He served as the Chief of Staff of the United States Army, Military Governor of Cuba, and Governor-General of the Philippines. He began his military career as an army doctor on the frontier, where he received the Medal of Honor. During the Spanish–American War, he commanded the Rough Riders, with Theodore Roosevelt as his second-in-command. Wood was bypassed for a major command in World War I, but then became a prominent Republican Party leader and a leading candidate for the 1920 presidential nomination. More about Leonard Wood

Affiliate disclosure: When you click on links to various merchants on this site and make a purchase, this can result in this site earning a commission. Affiliate programs and affiliations include, but are not limited to, the eBay Partner Network.

Current items with a signature of Leonard Wood

These are the most current items with a signature of Leonard Wood that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1992 TRAKS LEONARD WOOD NASCAR LEGEND Autographed Signed CARD$1.99logo
thumbnail@@NASCAR Leonard Wood signed 1991 TRAKS racing card auto #91 HOF@2$4.99logo
thumbnail@@NASCAR Leonard Wood signed 1992 TRAKS racing card auto #62 HOF@$4.99logo
thumbnail@@NASCAR Leonard Wood signed 1994 ACTION PACKED racing card auto #47 HOF@$4.99logo
thumbnail@@NASCAR Leonard Wood signed 1994 TRAKS PREMIUM racing card auto #156 HOF@$3.99logo
thumbnailLeonard Wood 1991 PRO SET CITGO #21 VINTAGE WINSTON CUP autographed NASCAR card$8.08logo
thumbnailLEONARD WOOD SIGNED 1992 PRO SET RACING #84 - NASCAR$3.00logo
Born in Winchester, New Hampshire, Wood became an army surgeon after earning a Doctor of Medicine degree from Harvard Medical School. He received the Medal of Honor for his role in the Apache Wars and became the personal physician to the President of the United States. At the outbreak of the Spanish–American War, Wood and Roosevelt organized the Rough Riders, a volunteer cavalry regiment. Wood was promoted to the rank of brigadier general during the war and fought in the Battle of San Juan Hill and other engagements. After the war, Wood served as the Military Governor of Cuba, where he instituted improvements to medical and sanitary conditions. President William Howard Taft made Wood the Army Chief of Staff in 1910, and Wood held that position until 1914. Several Republican leaders supported Wood for the role of commander of the American Expeditionary Forces in World War I, but the Woodrow Wilson administration selected John J. Pershing.

After Roosevelt's death in 1919, many of Roosevelt's former supporters backed Wood for the presidential nomination at the 1920 Republican National Convention. Wood received the most votes on the first four ballots of the convention, but the Republicans nominated Warren G. Harding. Wood retired from the army in 1921 and was appointed Governor-General of the Philippines later that year. He held that position until his death in 1927. Read even more about Leonard Wood at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Leonard Wood

In total, we tracked 204 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Leonard Wood (2018 Darlington #21 Signed Autographed by Cale Yarborough,Glenn & Leonard Wood) was sold in December 2019 for $225.00 while the cheapest item (LEONARD WOOD NASCAR 1990 MAXX AUTOGRAPHED CARD [T17]) found a new owner for $0.09 in April 2008. The month with the most items sold (8) was April 2011 with an average selling price of $1.50 for an autographed item of Leonard Wood. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in December 2019 with $225.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.50 was November 2015. In average, an autographed item from Leonard Wood is worth $3.00.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Leonard Wood were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail@@NASCAR Leonard Wood signed 1994 PRO SET racing card auto #SL47 HOF@BARGAIN BIN$2.99logo
thumbnail@NASCAR Leonard Wood signed 1995 UPPER DECK racing card auto #15 HOF@BARGAIN BIN$2.79logo
thumbnail@NASCAR Leonard Wood signed 1996 MAXX racing card auto #79 HOF@BARGAIN BIN$2.99logo
thumbnailLEONARD WOOD SIGNED 1992 MAXX RED RACING #170 - NASCAR$2.55logo
thumbnailLEONARD WOOD SIGNED 1994 MAXX PREMIER PLUS RACING #127 - NASCAR$2.55logo
thumbnailLEONARD WOOD Signed Autograph 1991 Maxx Race Cards Collection #88 of 240 NASCAR$1.50logo
thumbnailLEONARD WOOD Signed Autograph 1991 Maxx Race Cards Collection #88 of 240 NASCAR$3.00logo
thumbnailLeonard Wood Signed Autographed Card 1994 Pro Set Power Racing #SL47 Auto$4.95logo
thumbnailLeonard Wood Signed Business Card - NASCAR Hall of Fame$2.99logo
thumbnailNASCAR Leonard Wood signed 1997 PINNACLE racing card auto #33 HOF$4.99logo

Latest News about Leonard Wood

Ft. Leonard Wood to Name Building for Pinson (07/19/12): WAYNESVILLE, Mo. -- The Army's Fort Leonard Wood is dedicating a new building in honor of Missouri's first female soldier killed by hostile fire.

Fort Leonard Wood honors female soldier (07/18/12): FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. — Fort Leonard Wood is dedicating a new building in honor of Missouri’s first female soldier killed by hostile fire.

Fort Leonard Wood Building Honors Soldier (07/18/12): FORT LEONARD WOOD (AP) — Fort Leonard Wood is dedicating a new building in honor of Missouri's first female solider killed by hostile fire.

Fort Leonard Wood building honors female soldier (07/18/12): Fort Leonard Wood is dedicating a new building in honor of Missouri's first female solider killed by hostile fire.

Fort Leonard Wood celebrates the 4th (07/06/12): Fort Leonard Wood opened their gates up to the public on Wednesday as they hosted a 4th of July celebration.

Older News Stories about Leonard Wood

Fort Leonard Wood honors female soldier (07/2012): FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. — Fort Leonard Wood is dedicating a new building in honor of Missouri’s first female soldier killed by hostile fire.