Warren G. Harding Typed Letter Signed, "Warren ...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionWarren G. Harding Typed Letter Signed, "Warren G Harding." One page (of a bifolium) on White House stationery, 7" x 8.75", Washington, DC; September 14, 1922. Letter from Harding (1865-1923), as President of the U.S., to Joe Mitchell Chapple (1867-1950), editor of the National Magazine and a later Harding biographer, in Boston, Massachusetts, in which he writes, in part, about his wife's health.
"I was more than grateful to have your letter of September 11th.... I have been going through a period of very great anxiety, but I think Mrs. Harding has passed over the critical period and is quite certain to make a good recovery."
Condition: The letter has horizontal folds, with the center fold showing weakness and separation; small paper loss at center crease; slight soiling. Overall fair.
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