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Calvin Coolidge

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John Calvin Coolidge, Jr., 1872–1933.  30th President of the United States, 1923-1929.  Typed letter signed, Calvin Coolidge, one page, 7 x 9, with integral leaf attached, on stationery of The White House, Washington, March 22, 1924.  With original envelope.

Coolidge seeks to solidify support for his campaign for election as President in his own right after succeeding to the presidency upon the death of President Warren G. Harding.  In part:  "It was a real pleasure to have a note from one who has been such a loyal friend and supporter . . . . I shall be very grateful if I can feel that my administration warrants a continuance of that assistance which you gave to me in 1920.

This letter has a very bold signature by Coolidge, who has signed in black fountain pen.  The letter is in very fine condition, with one normal mailing fold and minimal wear.  The accompanying White House envelope is soiled and bears pencil postal markings and overall is in fine condition. 



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