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    William Westmoreland Typed Letter Signed. One page, 7" x 8", Washington, February 14th, 1969. Westmoreland (1914-2005), the United States army general who led military operations in Vietnam from 1964-1968, including during the Tet Offensive, writes to a Warren S. Woodward from the national Society of the American Revolution. The letter reads, "Thank you very much for sending me the copy of SAR. Your thoughtfulness is much appreciated." With 7.5" x 4.75" envelope. Smoothed fold.

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    July, 2013
    18th Thursday
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