1932 Franklin D. Roosevelt Hand Signed Letter w/COA
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Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882-1945) 32nd President. 1/3” x 10 1/3” typed letter signed, Fidelity Deposit Company, Warm Springs, November 15, 1928, to Artemas Ward, Jr. “…It was mighty good of yo
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7"x9", Albany, Sep 2, 1932. This letter was most likely written during FDR's Whistle Stop Tour on his Executive Mansion letterhead to Mayor of Vancouver, British Columbia, L. D. Taylor. In full, "Have just acknowledged an invitation from your Board of Trade to visit Vancouver, and would like to express to you my sincere regret that I am compelled to decline it. Personally your invitation has a strong appeal, as I would like very much to spend a little time in your city. I also feel that it would be very helpful to me were it possible for me to pay you a visit and get better acquainted with some of our next-door neighbors. The itinerary finally arranged for my western trip make it impossible for me to accept your invitation, as much as I personally desire to..." Nicely matted beside a 2¾"x4¼" b/w reproduced engraved print. Contained within a simple wood frame that is missing glass. Overall 16½"x13¼". Certificate of Authenticity from Signature House, Upland, Ca included.
Boldly signed. General light toning; frame is missing glass.