Nov 08, 2018 - Sale 2492

Sale 2492 - Lot 227

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DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER. Group of three Typed Letters Signed, "Ike," each to William F. Tompkins, sharing excitement about the upcoming presidential campaign or postponing commitment regarding an invitation. Each 1 page, narrow 4to or 8vo, personal stationery; holograph letter "D" struck out beside signature of third letter, punch holes at upper edge, horizontal folds. Denver, 8; New York, 30 August 1952; Gettysburg, 25 May 1964

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8 August 1952: ". . . We got a real lift from your wire, and it is certainly encouraging to know that warm friends are with us in the campaign ahead."

30 August 1952: "It was reassuring to receive your report on the strong sentiment in Virginia among businessmen, young people, women, and the press. . . ."

WITH--6 items: Printed telegram to William F. Tompkins announcing the death of Eisenhower. 1 page, oblong 8vo. Np, 29 March 1969 Dwig ...
8 August 1952: ". . . We got a real lift from your wire, and it is certainly encouraging to know that warm friends are with us in the campaign ahead."

30 August 1952: "It was reassuring to receive your report on the strong sentiment in Virginia among businessmen, young people, women, and the press. . . ."

WITH--6 items: Printed telegram to William F. Tompkins announcing the death of Eisenhower. 1 page, oblong 8vo. Np, 29 March 1969 Dwight D. Eisenhower. Group of 5 typed letters, each signed by a secretary on his behalf, to William F. Tompkins, arranging meetings or sending gifts [not present]. Each 1 page, 4to or smaller. Washington or Gettysburg, 10 May 1954-26 January 1961. Two with the original envelopes.