ASSOCIATE JUSTICE JAMES F. BYRNES - TYPED NOTE SIGNED - HFSID 225701
JAMES F. BYRNES Byrnes signed this typed note to an autograph hunter while he was director of FDR's Office of Economic Stabilization. Typed note signed "J.FB." as Director. 1 page, 8x5. Washington, D.C.
Sale Price $252.00
JAMES F. BYRNES
Byrnes signed this typed note to an autograph hunter while he was director of FDR's Office of Economic Stabilization.
Typed note signed "J.FB." as Director. 1 page, 8x5. Washington, D.C., no date, but circa 1942-1943, on letterhead of the Executive Office of the President, Office for Emergency Management, Office of Economic Stability to unknown recipient. In full: "Dear Sir, Enclosed is an autographed picture [not included] as per your request. Sincerely, JAMES F. BYRNES". Byrnes, who served as the Director of the Office of Economic Stability from 1942-1943, came to be popularly known as the "Assistant President". Democrat Byrnes (1882-1972) was a U.S. Congressman (1911-1925) and U.S. Senator (1931-1941) from South Carolina before serving as an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1941-1942). As Secretary of State (1945-1947) under President Harry S Truman, Byrnes attended meetings regarding the establishment of the United Nations in both London and Lake Success, New York. He was Governor of South Carolina from 1951 to 1955. Lightly toned, soiled and creased. Upper left blank corner folded over. Otherwise in fine condition.
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