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ALBERT L. VREELAND - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 03/14/1939 - HFSID 140240

ALBERT L. VREELAND The congressman who served in the Army during the Second World War signs this letter saying that he would be happy to attend an upcoming community function Typed Letter Signed: "Albert L. Vreeland" 1p, 8x10. March 14, 1939. Letter written on official Congressional letterhead.

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ALBERT L. VREELAND The congressman who served in the Army during the Second World War signs this letter saying that he would be happy to attend an upcoming community function Typed Letter Signed: "Albert L. Vreeland" 1p, 8x10. March 14, 1939. Letter written on official Congressional letterhead. Addressed to "Mr. Joseph P. Kelley, President/ New Jersey State Society/ Washington, D.C.". Written to "My dear Mr. Kelley". In full: "I wish to thank you for your kind invitation to be present at the reception and dance to be given by the New Jersey State Society on March 24, and to assure you that I shall be most happy to attend./ With kind regards, I am/ Sincerely yours". Albert Lincoln Vreeland (1901-1975) was a Republican congressman who represented the state of New Jersey from 1939 to 1943. He worked as an ambulance driver for the American Red Cross before attending the New Jersey Law School in Newark (which is now known as the Rutgers School of Law). The New Jersey congressman went on to serve in World War II. Following his release from the Army in 1945, Vreeland served as the police commissioner of East Orange. Lightly toned. Two horizontal mailing folds. Otherwise, fine condition.

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