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THOMAS S. KLEPPE - PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED - DOCUMENT 26664

 
THOMAS KLEPPE
The former Secretary of the Interior is shown, appropriately, in a scenic outdoor setting.
Photograph inscribed and signed: "George Sanders/My best to you/always/Tom Kleppe/Sec. of Int./1975-1977". Color, 10x8.Thomas S. Kleppe (1919-2007), former mayor of Bismarck and president of the Gold Seal company, was a US Representative from North Dakota (1967-1971). After losing a bid for a US Senate seat, he headed the Small Business Administration under Presidents Nixon and Ford (1971-1975) and as Secretary of the Interior (1976-1977). As Interior Secretary, he was the (successful) appellant in Kleppe vs New Mexico (1976), in which the Supreme Court upheld the power of the federal government to regulate federal land within a state. George Sanders, a radio/TV interview host in Portland, collected autographs from guests on his show. Fine condition.


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THOMAS S. KLEPPE
Born: July 1, 1919 in Emmons County, North Dakota
Died: March 2, 2007 in Bethesda, Maryland





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