DUNCAN U. FLETCHER - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 01/31/1911 - HFSID 223502
DUNCAN U. FLETCHER
Congressman's polite and signed response to a constituent's proposed legislation with original mailing envelope.
Typed Note Signed: “D.U. Fletcher” 8x10½ dated 1911 January 31 In Full: “Mrs. M.C. Harris,/Secretary, Monday Club,/Jonhson(sic) City, Tenn./Dear Madam:-/Yours of the 26th received./I shall be glad to consider carefully/the proposed legislation you mention./Yours very truly”. Duncan U. Fletcher served as a United States Senator for Florida from 1909-1936. Previously, he was elected mayor of Jacksonville, Florida on two separate occasions. After the Wall Street crash in 1929, he was appointed the chair of the Senate Banking and Currency Committee to investigate the cause of the collapse. He spearheaded major reforms in the financial system. Mailing creases. Envelope heavily worn. Toned. Otherwise, fine condition. Two Pieces.
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