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    Scarce Herbert Hoover Autograph Letter Signed A.L.S. "Herbert Hoover" on his gray imprinted letterhead bearing his 2300 S Street address, 1p. , 6.5" x 8.25", [Washington], n.d., addressed to "My dear Wallace", sending New Year's greetings. He writes: "This is not only to wish you a good new year but to indicate my belief that you are launching the New Year with a great service in the place it is most sorely needed." Although quite plentiful in typed letters signed, letters entirely in Hoover's hand are quite scarce. On a single sheet, this example is ideal for display. In fine condition, tipped to a larger sheet.

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    April, 2007
    16th-17th Monday-Tuesday
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