DAVID F. CARGO - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 273900
DAVID F. CARGO The Governor of New Mexico penned his autograph on this black and white 4x5 image that's accompanied by a campaign sticker Photograph signed: "David F. Cargo" as Governor of New Mexico. B/w, 4x5. Photograph by MILO Photographer, Santa Fe (stamped on verso).
Sale Price $81.00
DAVID F. CARGO The Governor of New Mexico penned his autograph on this black and white 4x5 image that's accompanied by a campaign sticker Photograph signed: "David F. Cargo" as Governor of New Mexico. B/w, 4x5. Photograph by MILO Photographer, Santa Fe (stamped on verso). Ink slightly spread. Minor surface scratches (not evident head on). Fine condition. Accompanied by campaign sticker, 6½x1¾. Imprinted: "CARGO". Slightly creased. Minor surface scratches. Overall, fine condition. David Francis Cargo (1929-2013) was the Governor of New Mexico from 1967-1971. A liberal Republican, he was known as "Lonesome Dave" during his first campaign. Cargo was responsible for creating the state's film commission. Asked to appear in several films, he had a role as a "State Trooper" in 1971's Bunny O'Hare, which starred Bette Davis and Ernest Borgnine. Cargo, who had previously served in the New Mexico House of Representatives (1962-1967), made unsuccessful bids for U.S. Senator in 1970 and 1972, and he was an unsuccessful candidate for U.S. Representative from New Mexico in 1986. After relocating to Oregon with his family from 1973-1985, Cargo returned to Albuquerque, where he practiced law. Two items.
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