22nd and 24th President. Autograph letter signed (ALS) “Grover Cleveland”, front and back of first leaf of 2-page 4.25×7 stationery, headed “Princeton May 31, 1901” to “My dear Mr Wilson”, in part:
I enclose check for $8 10/100 in full of the tax you have paid for me on my Cleveland Heights lots. I note with satisfaction what you say about the prospect of a profitable sale ‘some of these days.’ I am in no great hurry as I am paying no interest and taxes are less; still I am prepared to accept the advantages of any future [?].
Our little girl is steadily improving and we hope for her speedy recovery – though we are still secluded from the outer world.
Mrs. Cleveland wishes to be kindly remembered to you and sends love to Mrs. Wilson in which I heartily join.
Accompanied by original mailing envelope addressed by Cleveland to “A.A. Wilson Esq / Room G Freemans Insurance Co. Building / Washington / D.C.”
Mailing fold, else in very good condition.
A.A. Wilson was U.S. Marshal under President Cleveland.