1952 Typed Note Signed by Dwight D. Eisenhower During His Presidential Campaign, Writing from the Brown Palace Hotel, Denver Colorado.
(Americana - U.S. Presidents - Dwight D. Eisenhower)

Denver Colorado: Not Published, 1952. F Composed on 5 3/4" x 8" Strathmore-watermark notepaper, "Office of Dwight D. Eisenhower" imprint at top and sent from the Brown Palace Hotel in Denver, dated August 18, 1952; a reply to a letter sent by Mr. R.C. Graveley of Sag Harbor, N.Y.; the future President writes "...Thank you for writing me as you did on August 10. In the busy months ahead it will be a source of encouragement to know that thinking people like yourself are sufficiently interested to pass on their helpful suggestions to us. It was most thoughtful of you to write. Sincerely, Dwight D. Eisenhower"; signed in blue ink; most probably secretarially-signed, as our research indicates that he had a group of people working for him there at the hotel who would help him with routine correspondence, such as this; we are happy to include that research with the item for an interested buyer; light wear, old fold lines, couple of tiny pinholes at extreme right edge; in very good condition; Dwight David Eisenhower (1890 - 1969) U.S. Army general and thirty-fourth president of the United States; "...Eisenhower was the general who hated war, the president who sought peace...He took pride in his triumphs, but his instinct after victory was to reach out his hand to the defeated opponent. He was intelligent, well educated, a man of the broadest experience, but the characteristic that mattered most to most Americans was his personality...he ranks among the few truly great presidents of the twentieth century. (Stephen E. Ambrose in the ANB) Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 22073)


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