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RICHARD A. BALLINGER - SIGNATURE(S) 03/02/1922 - DOCUMENT 26416

 
RICHARD A. BALLINGER
Signature given in Seattle the year he died
Signature: "Richard A. Ballinger/March 2nd 1922/Seattle, Washington", 6½x9. Typed caption below signature. Richard Achilles Ballinger (1858-1922) was Mayor of Seattle (1904-1906) and Secretary of the Interior under President Taft (1909-1911). His tendency to favor business interests over environmental ones was a factor in the rift between Taft and former President Teddy Roosevelt which split the Republican Party in 1912. Multiple fold creases. Otherwise, fine condition.


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RICHARD A. BALLINGER
Born: July 9, 1858 in Boonesboro, Iowa
Died: June 6, 1922 in Seattle, Washington





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