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DescriptionFranklin D. Roosevelt Typed Letter Signed "Franklin D. Roosevelt." One page, 6.25" x 8.25" (sight), Washington, D.C.; May 31, 1943. Addressed to Major General James C. Magee, Surgeon General of the Army. Roosevelt commends Magee on his service to the nation prior to Magee's retirement, writing in part: "I have been especially gratified by the efficient limitation of epidemics, the excellent results obtained in the treatment of battle casualties, and the prompt removal of the wounded from the field of battle. With best wishes for your continued success..." The letter is matted and framed with a sketch portrait of Roosevelt to the overall size of 21.25" x 16".
Condition: Flattened mail folds, with light toning and foxing. Bold signature by Roosevelt.
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