Harry S. Truman Typed Letter Signed. One page, 7.2...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionHarry S. Truman Typed Letter Signed. One page, 7.25" x 10.5" (sight), Kansas City, Missouri; August 27, 1954. Addressed to Mrs. George E. Neagle on Truman's personalized Federal Reserve Bank stationery. It reads in full: "Mrs. Truman and I appreciated most highly you letter of the nineteenth, regarding Margaret. We are pleased to have the program of the show. It was good of you to write us as you did and we are highly pleased with your thoughtfulness." Matted and framed along with a placard, black and white photograph of Truman, and envelope to an overall size of 25.75" x 20.25". The envelope is loose within the frame. Not examined outside of the frame.
Condition: Smoothed folds. Envelope is lightly rubbed. Frame has some chipping.
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