GOVERNOR NEIL GOLDSCHMIDT - AUTOGRAPH 03/05/1970 - HFSID 26686
Sale Price $81.00
The Oregon politician signs this piece of paper with magazine photos of himself and his family
Signature: "Neil Goldschmidt/('a nothing's')/March 5, 1970", 7x9. Affixed below are a magazine photograph of Goldschmidt with wife and son and an ad from the "Oregon Voter", April 11, 1970: "Sensible/City Government/for Portland City Council". Neil Edward Goldschmidt (b. 1940) is an American businessman and former Democratic politician from Oregon who held local, state and federal offices over three decades. Goldschmidt was elected as mayor of Portland in 1972, becoming the youngest mayor of any major American city. He promoted the revitalization of Downtown Portland and was influential on Portland-area transportation policy. He was appointed U.S. Secretary of Transportation by President Jimmy Carter in 1979. Later Goldschmidt was elected the 33rd governor of Oregon in 1986, serving a single term. During his term, Oregon emerged from nearly eight years of recession. After leaving public office, he engaged in many business endeavors and in 2003 was nominated to serve on the Oregon State Board of Higher Education, but resigned shortly after because of the reemergence of an earlier sexual abuse scandal in his life. Irregular left edge. Slightly creased. Otherwise, fine condition.
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