Gerald Ford Typed Letter Signed. One page, 5.5" x...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionGerald Ford Typed Letter Signed. One page, 5.5" x 8.25" (sight), Washington, D.C.; February 20, 1975. Addressed to the Honorable Henry Bellmon on White House stationery. It reads in part: "Your vote on H.R. 1767 is an example of the kind of leadership and cooperation that will be needed between the Legislative and Executive branches to bring our energy and economic problems under control. Even though we were not successful in our efforts to prevent the passage of this inadvisable measure, you have demonstrated that you place the welfare of our nation ahead of other considerations..." Signed, "Jerry Ford." Matted and framed with a color photograph of Ford to an overall size of 21" x 17". Not examined outside of the frame. COA from Todd Mueller Autographs accompanies this lot.
Condition: Frame has some light scratches.
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