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JULIUS S. MORTON - PRINTED CARD SIGNED IN INK - DOCUMENT 49291

 
JULIUS STERLING MORTON
Morton, the founder of Arbor Day, signed this card printed with a green tree cachet and the caption "Plant Trees".
Printed cared signed "J Sterling Morton". 3½x2 cardstock. Printed with cachet of green tree and the caption "Plant Trees" on left of card. Morton (1832-1902, born in Adams, New York) was Secretary of Nebraska Territory (1858-1861) and served as President Grover Cleveland's Secretary of Agriculture in his second term (1893-1897). Morton also founded Arbor Day. Lightly toned and soiled. Adhesive residue on verso. Otherwise in fine condition.


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JULIUS S. MORTON
Born: April 22, 1832 in Adams, New York
Died: April 27, 1902 in Lake Forest, Illinois





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