DescriptionHuey P. Long Typed Letter Signed, Signature, and Free-Franked Envelope. The TLS: one page, 8" x 10", U.S. Senate Letterhead, Washington, June 10, 1933. In this letter he is happy to provide an autograph for a Mr. Sadler. Mailing folds, very fine condition. Also included is a free-franked envelope with a bold signature and a clipped signature as governor, 4.25" x 1.0".
Long, who was a controversial Louisiana politician known as the "Kingfish," was assassinated on September 8, 1935. His famous last words were "Don't let me die, I have got so much to do." Accompanied by LOA from PSA/DNA.
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