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    Pat Garrett Handwritten Letter, 1903 A scarce Autograph letter signed, "P. F. Garrett," as Collector of Customs, 8" x 10", El Paso, Texas, May 23, 1903 in pencil to his wife. The lawman who shot Billy the Kid writes to update his wife on recent events, "Dear Wife, I sent you by today's mail a lot of papers that will furnish you reading for several days. The Lady cook is doing all right. As her house is being built North of our house six rooms. Annie left Monday night don't know how long she will be gone. You may look for me on the day I said I would be there. Kiss our babies for me yours P. F. Garrett." Pencil ever so slightly smudged, usual light creases, otherwise very clean and bright. Perfect for display in your Old West collection! Accompanied by COA from PSA/DNA.

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