GEORGE W. ROMNEY - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 05/07/1963 - HFSID 321447
Sale Price $162.00
GEORGE W. ROMNEY
The Governor sends a letter to a constituent, thanking him for a copy of an Al Smith speech
Typed letter signed: "George Romney", in blue ink, 1 page, 7¼x10½. May 7, 1963. Lansing, Michigan. In full: "Dear Mr. Brown: Thanks for your note of the 19th and for sending me the reprint of speech made by Al Smith in 1936. I found it most interesting. Sincerely". Chairman and President of American Motors Corporation from 1954-1962, George W. Romney (1907-1995) served as Governor of Michigan (1963-1969) and Nixon's Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (1969-1973). Born in a Mormon community in Chihuahua, Mexico to American citizens, Romney unsuccessfully sought the 1968 Republican presidential nomination. His son, Mitt Romney, was Governor of Massachusetts from 2003-2007. Normal mailing folds. Ink marking on bottom left corner. Light surface creases. Rust stains on top margin. Staples holes on top margin. Otherwise, fine condition.
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