33rd President. Group of three (3) typed letter signed “Harry S. Truman”, all to Irv Kupcinet, American newspaper columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times, television talk-show host, and radio personality based in Chicago, Illinois. The archive includes:
March 12, 1957. “Harry S. Truman / Federal Reserve Bank Building / Kansas City 6, Missouri” stationery, in full: I have made no contract along the lines of your telegram. I have had a number of propositions but that doesn’t mean that they are in line to be consummated.
November 9, 1957. “Harry S. Truman / Independence, Missouri” stationery, in full: “Thanks for the clipping you attached to your good note of October 24th. You remain as thoughtful as ever.” Truman has added a handwritten postscript: “Glad to see you in L.A.”
May 12, 1958. “Harry S. Truman / Independence, Missouri” stationery, in full: “Thank you very much for your good birthday wishes. I more than appreciated your note and the enclosure.”
Each letter with a large, dark, full signature. Mailing folds, else fresh.