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CHARLES J. BONAPARTE - CALLING CARD SIGNED - DOCUMENT 320375

 
CHARLES J. BONAPARTE
A calling card as Attorney General signed in black ink
Calling card signed: "Charles J. Bonaparte", in black ink, 3¾x2¾. Charles Jerome Bonaparte (1851-1921, born in Baltimore, Maryland) was President Theodore Roosevelt's Secretary of the Navy (1905-1906) and Attorney General (1906-1909). He was the grand-nephew of Emperor Napoleon I. He was a founder of two important national reform organizations, the Municipal League and the Civil Service Reform League. Bonaparte disliked modern technology, refusing to electrify his Maryland estate and commuting until his death in a horse-drawn carriage. Lightly toned. Adhesive residue on verso. Fine condition.


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CHARLES J. BONAPARTE
Born: June 9, 1851 in Baltimore, Maryland
Died: June 28, 1921 in Baltimore County, Maryland





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