HERBERT G. KLEIN - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 34924
Sale Price $63.00
Herbert Klein signs a magazine page.
Signature: "Herb/Klein", 5x5 magazine page affixed to thicker 7¼x9½ paper on which a magazine clipping with photo of Klein at a podium (b/w, 4½x2½) is also affixed. Signature page has a photo (b/w, 2x3¼) of a spiral notebook on Broadcast Self Regulation, the caption: "a new code service", and an ink note (unknown hand): "March 30, 1971, Chicago." The other clipping reports Klein reading a special message from President Nixon pledging to protect broadcasting and press freedom. Newspaperman, Herbert Klein (1918-2009) served as press secretary to Vice President Nixon during the Eisenhower administration, leaving to assume the editorship of the "San Diego Union" (1959-1968). During Nixon's presidency, Klein served as White House Director of Communications, being one of the few Nixon insiders untouched by the Watergate affair. Klein is now editor in chief of the Copley newspaper group. Mounting adhesive slightly shows through. Larger sheet is frayed at left edge. Overall, fine condition.
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