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    Franklin D. Roosevelt: 1932 Campaign Poster Signed.
    -Circa 1932. 16" x 20".
    -To: Thomas Quinn.
    -Minor foxing, else fine.

    An excellent signed lithograph campaign poster for FDR's first successful run for the White House. Boldly inscribed (in full) "For Thomas Quinn / from his friend / Franklin D. Roosevelt." Also signed by the artist, "Perskie." Matted and framed with a name plate to 18.5" x 28.5".


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    December, 2008
    2nd Tuesday
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