CORDELL HULL - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 284278
Sale Price $216.00
Pencil signature on a 3x2 card
Signature: "Cordell Hull" in pencil, 3¼x2¼ card. Printed caption: "Autograph." As Secretary of State under Franklin D. Roosevelt, CORDELL HULL (1871-1955) was the chief architect of the Good Neighbor Policy toward Latin America. He had previously represented Tennessee as a Democrat in the U.S. House of Representatives (1907-1921, 1923-1931) and U.S. Senate (1931-1933) and had served as Chairman of the Democratic National Executive Committee (1921-1924). Early in World War II, Hull began planning a postwar international organizationthat would become the United Nations. In 1945, "the Father of the United Nations" was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Soiled. Creased. Residue and marking from previous staples on right and left edges. Ink note on verso (unknown hand) shows through lightly. Residue from previous mounting on verso.
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