DescriptionDwight D. Eisenhower Typed Letter Signed to Norman Cousins. One page, 7.25" x 10.5", Gettysburg, Pennsylvania; May 27, 1966. After a spell of arthritis, Eisenhower writes to tell Cousins that he cannot write an article, but would provide a third person interview free of charge. Boldly signed twice in blue ink, once as "Dwight D Eisenhower", and then again after the postscript with initials "DE". Ex. Norman Cousins Estate.
Condition: Lightly toned along top and bottom margins. Usual mail folds are present, else fine.
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