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An elder Cameron writes to a friend in the hospital - 1887
Autograph Letter Signed: "Simon Cameron", 1p, 5x8. Harrisburg, 1887 March 14. To William B. Fordney, Lancaster, Pa., promising "to meet Duffy at your hospital room" on Friday. Cameron (1799-1889) was Senator from Pennsylvania (Democrat, 1845-1849; Republican, 1857-1861, 1867-1877), a candidate for the 1860 Republican nomination for President and Lincoln's Secretary of War (1861-1862). Lightly stained, slightly soiled. With original postmarked envelope addressed by Cameron. Lightly soiled. Flap torn, 1x1¼-inch section cut out where stamp was removed. 1¼-inch separation touches "m" of Wm. Two items.

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Born: March 8, 1799 in Maytown, Pennsylvania
Died: June 26, 1889 in Maytown, Pennsylvania

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