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    Franklin D. Roosevelt: Typed Letter Signed as President. September 12, 1942. Washington, D. C. One page, 6.75" x 8.75". White House letterhead. To George Rublee, Washington, D.C. FDR writes: "Dear George:/ Such letters as yours are most heartening and I do appreciate your kindness in writing to me. It is good to know that you are so fully in accord with the objectives of the address./ Very sincerely yours,/ Franklin D. Roosevelt". The address to which FDR is referring in thanking Rublee was the President's Message to Congress on Stabilizing the Economy of September 7, 1942. In the speech FDR reiterates his seven-point position for stabilizing the economy by keeping the cost of living from spiraling up for the period of the war. With the usual fold crease, light toning, else very fine.

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