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    Franklin D. Roosevelt: Card Signed as New York Governor.
    -No date [10-19-32]. No place. 4.5" x 3.25". State of New York Executive Chamber signature card.
    -Soiled, two holes at top, else very good.

    Roosevelt has signed in a large, bold hand on a printed Executive Mansion signature card complete with New York state seal. The date "10-19-32" (not in Roosevelt's hand) is written quite small in the lower right corner. A wonderful example of FDR's signature perfect for framing.


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    December, 2008
    2nd Tuesday
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