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JAMES A. FARLEY - INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED - DOCUMENT 28569

 
JAMES A. FARLEY. Photograph inscribed and signed: "To E.C. (Tex) Courtney/With every good wish to a real friend/for whom I have a very high regard/James A. Farley". Sepia, 10x14 overall, image 6½x9½ (one surface). Farley (1888-1976) was appointed Chairman of the Democratic National Committee (1932) and Postmaster-General (1933), holding both posts until disagreeing with FDR about running for a third term in 1940. Farley resigned both positions in 1940 but remained Chairman of the party in New York State (1930-1944). Lightly creased, mostly at corners, with light spotting on left side. Otherwise, fine condition.


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JAMES A. FARLEY
Born: May 30, 1888 in Stony Point, New York
Died: June 9, 1976 in New York City, New York




Film Credits
1959 Project XX (Other), 1952 Longines Chronoscope (in person), 1950 What's My Line (in person), 1947 Meet the Press (in person), 1946 World's Heavyweight Championship: Joe Louis vs. Billy Conn (in person)


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