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    Harry S Truman et al: White House Christmas Artifacts. Group of items received by Mrs. Bertha Reynolds, a long-time White House employee. Includes: 1945 and 1946 Christmas cards & envelopes from the Truman's, 11.5" leather book mark given as a Christmas gift from the Truman's in 1948, 9" x 12" Christmas Greetings "illuminated document" with printed signatures of the Truman's (with envelope), 11" x 14" photographic Christmas card sent by the Truman's in 1951 (mounted to board), a similar card sent in 1952 (also mounted to board) and an 11" x 14" US Army photograph of Eisenhower with printed signature (minor chipping and edge toning).

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    August, 2018
    25th-26th Saturday-Sunday
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