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    Harry Truman: Signed Specially Bound Copy of Address of the President at the Opening of the Conference on the Japanese Peace Treaty September 4, 1951. The White House, Washington. 1893. Christmas 1951. 12pp., 6.5" x 9.5". Number 33 of a limited edition series of sixty printed especially for the President. Inscribed on the front endpage: "To Hon. Stuart Symington, with best wishes for a Merry Christmas. Harry Truman / Dec. 25, 1951." W. Stuart Symington was chosen by Truman to be the First Secretary of the Air Force. Book is bound in quarter Morocco with the Presidential seal on the cover, and the title in gilt along the spine. Some staining to cover, and light soiling to end pages; otherwise a very good copy. Accompanied by a printed card sending a photograph (not included) bearing a printed Harry Truman signature.

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