1933 Three Typed Notes on White House Letterhead Signed By Marguerite M.A. 'Missy' Le Hand, Malvina ("Tommy" Thompson") and H.M. Kanee, to Arthur Carpenter Georgia Warm Springs Foundation
(Americana - Autographs - Franklin Delano Roosevelt Administration - Presidents)

Washington, D.C.: Not Published, 1933. F All three notes typed and sent to Arthur Carpenter, the manager of the Warm Springs Foundation oft-visited by Franklin Delano Roosevelt in an effort to the ameliorate the effects of his polio condition: July 27, 1933 "Dear Carp: The enclosed memorandum I hope means something to you. It is the best I can do. Very sincerely yours, (signed) Missy - M.A. Le Hand Private Secretary" from Marguerite Alice "Missy" LeHand (1898 - 1944) private secretary to President Franklin D. Roosevelt for 21 years; (with) June 28, 1933 "Dear Mr. Carpenter: Thanks very much for your note and for the suggestion. We will accept it and act on it gladly (corrected by hand from 'accordingly'). It was awfully nice seeing you and I hope that I may be included in the party that goes to Warm Springs for Thanksgiving. Very sincerely yours, Malvina" from Malvina "Tommy" Thompson (1893 - 1953) private secretary and personal aide to First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt; (and) December 16, 1933 "My Dear Mr. Carpenter: Mr. McIntyre handed this to me when we left Warm Springs, and I have just resurrected it. It is in your bailiwick. For such consideration that it merits. Sincerely yours, (signed) H.M. Kanee Secretary to Mr. McIntyre; Marvin Hunter McIntyre (1878 - 1943) journalist and Presidential Secretary to FDR; all on The White House Washington imprint letterhead notepaper, approx.6 1/4" x 9 1/4"; on "American Eagle" watermark note paper; old fold lines; old filing holes punched at tops; light wear; in very good condition. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 24282)

$150.00

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