1937 Two Typed Notes on White House Letterhead Signed By Frank K. Sanderson and Ralph W. Magee to the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation
(Americana - Autographs - Franklin Delano Roosevelt Administration - Presidents)

Washington, D.C.: Not Published, 1937. F Both 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: May 28, 1937 "Gentlemen: in the examination of your statements of Mr. McIntyre's account for the period March 19 to 26, as turned over to me for payment, I note a balance of $ 48.38 brought forward which I presume represents the amount due for the period March 12 to 18. As I find no itemization of this amount I wonder if you would be good enough to furnish us with such a statement, and oblige. Very truly yours, (signed) Frank K. Sanderson Administrative Officer; (and) December 9, 1937 "My Dear Dr. Boone Mrs. Roosevelt and her secretary are away, and in their absence I have been asked to acknowledge their mail. Would you please let us know if the rug mentioned in the enclosed card from Mrs. Olive Brown, 39 Love Street, S.W. Atlanta, Georgia, has been received, and, if it has, whether or not it has been acknowledged? Very sincerely yours, (signed) Ralph W. Magee"; both 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; old staple holes at top corners where mentioned items (no longer present) were attached; light wear; one with the 'received' stamp from the Springs' administrative office; in very good condition. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 24284)


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