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JAMES D. CAMERON - AUTOGRAPH SENTIMENT SIGNED - DOCUMENT 320318

 
JAMES D. CAMERON
Former Secretary of War and U.S. Senator signs his name in brown ink
Autograph sentiment signed: "Yours truly/ J.D. Cameron" in black and brown ink. 4¾x1½. James Donald Cameron (1833-1918) followed closely in his father's footsteps. Simon Cameron, a key Pennsylvania Republican, had been President Lincoln's first Secretary of War and a US Senator. James Cameron was Secretary of War under President Grant (1876-1877), resigning the office to fill the US Senate seat from which his father had just resigned. Cameron represented Pennsylvania in the US Senate from until 1897. Uneven cut on left edge. Toned and creased. Light stains. Otherwise, fine condition.


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JAMES D. CAMERON
Born: May 14, 1833 in Middletown, Pennsylvania
Died: August 30, 1918 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania





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