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    Harry S. Truman: Typed Letter Signed. 8" x 10.5", two pages, on Convention and Visitor's Bureau letterhead, December 20, 1930, Kansas City, Missouri. Truman is writing as General Chairman of the Kansas City Committee for a Veterans of Foreign Wars Convention scheduled for September 4, 1931. Truman is asking the recipient of the letter to serve on a committee. Boldly signed on the second page. Some light tears on page two, else near fine. Attractively framed (13.5" x 28" overall).

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    December, 2008
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