Calvin Coolidge Typed Letter Signed as president. One page, 6.5" x 8" (sight) on White House letterhead, Washington, D.C., December 9, 1926. Headed "Personal," and addressed to an unknown correspondent in New York City, Coolidge inquires when his friend will next be in Washington and hopes for a visit. Large signature; slight ink smudge to last name. Matted and framed with a color image of Coolidge to an overall size of 11.5" x 17.25". Very fine condition.

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    Letter reads in full: "I wonder when you will be in Washington. One of our good friends in speaking of you today told me of your very friendly and helpful interest and I want you to know that it is appreciated. When you do come to Washington I hope you will not fail to see me. Very truly yours, Calvin Coolidge." Coolidge became the 30th president of the United States upon the death of Warren G. Harding (August 2, 1923); he was reelected to a full term the following year.

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