DAVID HALL - TYPED LETTER SIGNED - HFSID 273611
Sale Price $81.00
DAVID HALL. TLS: "David Hall" as Governor of Oklahoma, 1p, 6x9. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, no date, but circa 1973. On letterhead of State of Oklahoma, Office of the Governor to Mr. Danny Franklin, Phoenix, Arizona. In full: "Thank you so very much for your warm gracious letter of September 22nd. It was truly a pleasure hearing from you. The comments you made about my activities and work as Governor of Oklahoma were deeply appreciated. The information you desired is enclosed with this letter. You have my warmest best wishes. Sincerely". Fine condition. Accompanied by imprinted biography, 4p, 8½x11, conjoined leaves. Photograph and brief biography on first page, excerpts from Hall's legislative addresses on inside pages and on verso. Slightly creased. Fine condition. David Hall (born in 1930), a U.S. Air Force veteran and attorney was the Democratic Governor of Oklahoma from 1971-1975. Three days after leaving office in January 1975, he was indicted on federal racketeering and extortion charges. Convicted two months later, Hall became the first Oklahoma Governor to be convicted of criminal acts committed while in office. Ironically, Hall had previously served as Assistant County Attorney for Tulsa County (Oklahoma) from 1959-1962, and he was Tulsa District Attorney (1962-1966). After serving 19 months of a three-year sentence, Hall was disbarred by the Oklahoma Bar Association. He later moved to La Jolla, California, where he became a successful sales executive. Two items.
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