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DR. DENTON A. COOLEY - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 10/19/1971 - HFSID 253548

DENTON A. COOLEY The heart surgeon signs a typed letter saying, "Thank you for your recent letter and your very kind and flattering remarks" Typed Letter signed: "Denton A. Cooley M.D.", ¼p, 8½x11. Houston, Texas, 1971 October 19.

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DENTON A. COOLEY The heart surgeon signs a typed letter saying, "Thank you for your recent letter and your very kind and flattering remarks" Typed Letter signed: "Denton A. Cooley M.D.", ¼p, 8½x11. Houston, Texas, 1971 October 19. On letterhead of the Texas Heart Institute to Mr. Frank M. Rudon, Kendall Park, New Jersey. In full: "Thank you for your recent letter and your very kind and flattering remarks. Enclosed please find the autographed postage meter stamp you requested. [Not included] I am quite honored by your request and wish you the best of luck in pursuing your most interesting hobby. With best wishes, I am, Yours sincerely." Autographed postage strip not present. Denton A. Cooley (1920-2016), performed the first successful heart transplant in the U.S. (1968) and was the first surgeon to implant a total artificial heart in a human (1969). In 1962, he founded the Texas Heart Institute, of which he serves as President and Surgeon-in-Chief. Cooley and his associates have performed more than 100,000 open heart surgeries, more than any other group in the world, and Dr. Cooley has shared his expertise as the co-author of more than 1,300 scientific articles and a dozen books. Lightly shaded at upper and lower blank margins. Otherwise, fine condition.

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