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    Thomas E. Dewey Typed Letter Signed as Governor of New York "Thomas E. Dewey." One page, 7.25" x 10.25", on State of New York Executive Chamber letterhead, Albany, April 3, 1947, to Mr. A. T. Bramer, Cincinnati, Ohio, with the original transmittal envelope. He writes, in part: "Many thanks for your card of March 28th and for the good things you say about prohibiting strikes by public employees in the State of New York. I am profoundly convinced that unless government, which protects the liberties of all, can function uninterruptedly, there will be liberty for none." Light handling wear, the usual folds, uniformly toned and small marks to top margin, else very good condition.

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    17th-18th Thursday-Friday
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