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    Franklin D. Roosevelt: Typed Letter Signed as President.
    -February 7, 1939. Washington, D.C. One page, White House letterhead.
    -To: Honorable John Knight, Buffalo, New York.
    -Fine condition.

    FDR writes to the former Republican Majority Leader of the New York State Senate: "Dear John:/ Thank you very much for your letter of February second, endorsing Judge Knox for appointment on the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second District when that post becomes vacant./ I was glad to know of your high opinion of Judge Knox's qualification and do want to assure you that your interest will be borne in mind./ With all good wishes,/ As ever yours..."


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    December, 2008
    2nd Tuesday
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