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    Group of Three U.S. General Letters including: Fleet Admiral William D. Leahy Post Card Signed. One page, 6" x 4.75", Wisconsin Rapids [Wisconsin], November 10, 1955. Fleet Admiral William D. Leahy writes to Mrs. Margret Akey to give "...early Christmas greetings..." to her and Cleve. Including envelope. Folds. [and:] Mark W. Clark Typed Letter Signed. One page, 7.25" x 10.5", Fairfield [New York], April 9, 1948. Mark W. Clark (1896-1984), who served as an American general during the Second World War, writes to Frank Brygi saying his "...collection sounds very interesting..." and that he is "...happy to have the opportunity to add [his] autograph to it." Folds. [and:] George C. Marshall Typed Letter Signed. One page, 7" x 9", Sharpsville [Pennsylvania], July 16, 1957. George C. Marshall (1880-1959), President Roosevelt's Chief of Staff during the Second World War, writes to Mr. Edmond Marino denying the request of an autographed picture. Including envelope. Fold.

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