1935 Three Typed Notes on White House Letterhead Signed By Marguerite 'Missy' Le Hand ,M.H. McIntyre and H.M. Kanee to the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation
(Americana - Autographs - Franklin Delano Roosevelt Administration - Presidents)

Washington, D.C.: Not Published, 1935. F Three notes typed and sent to the Warm Springs Foundation oft-visited by Franklin Delano Roosevelt in an effort to the ameliorate the effects of his polio condition: January 9, 1935 "Respectfully referred to the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation. (signed) M.A. Le Hand" from Marguerite Alice "Missy" LeHand (1898 - 1944) private secretary to President Franklin D. Roosevelt for 21 years; (with) January 23, 1935 "My dear Mr. Little: Reference is made to your letter of January eighteenth, enclosing copies of White House and Mr. McIntyre's accounts. I have been assured by Mr. Sanderson that vouchers for these two bills are now on Mr. Howe's desk and as soon as they are signed by him will be forwarded to the Warm Springs Foundation. With kind regards, Sincerely (signed) H.M. Kanee Secretary to Mr. McIntyre (with hand written note added at bottom, "How is your golf? We all envy you - Snowing up here."); (and) May 1, 1935 "Memorandum for Arthur Carpenter Georgia Warm Springs Foundation Thought you would be interested in the photographs attached which came with a letter inviting the President to make use of the facilities of the Children's Hospital in San Diego. I have not had an opportunity to show them to the President. (signed with initials) M.H.M" Marvin Hunter McIntyre (1878 - 1943) journalist and Presidential Secretary to FDR; all on The White House Washington imprint letterhead notepaper, two later notes approx.6 1/4" x 9 1/4"; on "American Eagle" watermark note paper; the note from Le Hand 5 1/4" x 8", plain paper; old fold lines; old filing holes punched at tops; light wear; in very good condition. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 24283)


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