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MANUEL LUJAN JR. - SIGNATURE(S) - DOCUMENT 85739

 
MANUEL LUJAN, JR.
President Bush's Secretary of Interior signs his name in blue ink
Signature: "Manuel Lujan Jr/M.C. N. Mex", 3½x2 card. Manuel Lujan Jr. (b. 1928) is a retired Republican politician from New Mexico who served in the U.S. House of Representatives (1969-1989) and was the US Secretary of the Interior under President Bush Sr. (1989-1993). He is best remembered for opposing Democratic efforts to halt offshore oil drilling after the Exxon Valdez spill in 1989, for which he faced significant criticism. Edges slightly worn. Fine condition.


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MANUEL LUJAN JR.
Born: May 12, 1928 in San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico




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