GOVERNOR JAMES GUY "JIM" TUCKER - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 12/15/1993 - HFSID 345111

JIM GUY TUCKER The 43rd Governor of Arkansas signs this typed letter in which he thanks an admirer for contacting his office to request information, and grants him with it Typed Letter Signed: “Jim Guy Tucker” in black felt tip. 8½11. One page. Date: December15, 1993.

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JIM GUY TUCKER

The 43rd Governor of Arkansas signs this typed letter in which he thanks an admirer for contacting his office to request information, and grants him with it

Typed Letter Signed: “Jim Guy Tucker” in black felt tip. 8½11. One page. Date: December15, 1993. Place: Arkansas. Addressed to:  Bill Geiger, 1311 East Euclid. Indianola, Iowa 50125. In full:Dear Mr. Geiger: Thank you for contacting my office with your request. I hope the restoration of your autograph collection is proceeding well. The address information you requested is listed below: Republican Party of Arkasas. 1 Riverfront Place, Suite 550 North Little Rock, AR 72114. Democratic Party of Arkansas. 1300 West Capitol, Little Rock, AR 72201. I hope this information is useful to you. Good luck in your endeavors. Sincerely, Jim Guy Tucker. JGT:rdb”. After receiving a medical discharge from the Marine Corps in 1964, Jim Guy Tucker (b. 1943) went to Vietnam anyway, spending several years there as a freelance correspondent, participating in combat, and interviewing soldiers from his native Arkansas. He published a well received collection of these interviews, Arkansas Men at War. After studying law and finding success as a prosecutor, Tucker ran successfully for Arkansas Attorney General (1973-1977) and served one term in the US Congress (1977-1979). He lost successive Democratic primaries for US Senate and Governor, the latter to Bill Clinton. In 1990 he was elected Lieutenant Governor, succeeding to the Governor's office when Clinton became President. Re-elected in 1994, Tucker resigned the governor's office in June 1996 after his conviction for conspiracy and mail fraud in the Whitewater investigation. Lightly creased and toned. Normal mailing  folds. Otherwise, fine condition.

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