Group of Presidential and Presidential related signatures, including Grover and Frances Cleveland, Harry Truman, Grace Coolidge, and William Taft. 1st item: autographed letter, signed by Grover Cleveland (1837-1908), on note with embossed letterhead Westland, Princeton, New Jersey, July 10, 1902. Letter is addressed to Mr. P. Vail, Chairman and reads “Dear Sir: In reply to your note of this date I have to say that I much distrust my judgment in the matter you suggest. There are others who would be willing to address your __ opinion ___ worth more than mine. I __ quite clear that if I were obligated to vote on the proposition if would be in favor of choosing the affirmation of the question stated. Yours truly, Grover Cleveland.” 6-3/4″ x 5-3/8″. Light toning to paper, signature excellent. 2nd item: First Lady Frances F. Cleveland (1864-1947) autograph on card, 3-3/8″ x 4-1/2″. Light toning. 3rd item: William Howard Taft signed document appointing William A. Mosman as Hon. Vice Consul of Guatemala at Boston, Aug. 15, 1912. Sheet 18″ x 21-3/8″. Toning, some foxing/small stains and separation at center fold line. Fold across Taft’s signature. 4th item: Envelope with Grace Coolidge signature across top right hand side (cancellation across signature), addressed to George G. Gebelein of Boston. Envelope 4″ x 7-1/2″. 5th item: Harry S. Truman signed commemorative card marking the president’s 77th birthday May 8, 1961, and picturing the mural “Independence and the opening of the West” by Thomas Hart Benton. Card is inscribed and signed in pen: “Kindest regards to Abraham Ribicoff, 12/4/61 Harry S. Truman.” Card 10-1/2″ x 17″. Light toning. Condition: All in generally good condition with light toning to paper except where noted in description.
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