Group of thirteen (13) typed letters, each signed “Harry S. Truman”, all to newspaper columnist Leonard Lyons, mostly on personal topics. Letters are on “Federal Reserve Bank Building” or personal stationery from Independence, Missouri. Dates range from 1955-1971.
Great grouping of letters showing the relationship between the former President and the well-respected New York columnist. Fantastic opportunity to see the progression, and regression, of Truman’s signature from just after his Presidency to just a year before his death.
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