HERMAN E. TALMADGE - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 04/09/1970 - HFSID 34805
Sale Price $162.00
Senator Talmage responds to "What my country means to me"
Typed Letter signed: "Herman E. Talmadge", as U.S. Senator. 1p. 8x10½, United States Senate letterhead. 1970 April 9, Washington, D.C. To: Mr. Jack F. Dodds. In Full: "Dear Mr. Dodds: Thank you for your recent communications regarding your school project on patriotism. In short, 'What my country means to me' is freedom to live and work and opportunity for all of us to grow and prosper, each according to his own desires and abilities. These, in my judgment, are basic requirements of human dignity and constitute what I regard as the American way of life. With every good wish, I am Sincerely" Herman Talmadge (1913-2002) was Georgia's Governor (1947-1948, 1948-1955) and U.S. Senator (1957-1981). While a Senator, he was appointed as a member of the Senate Watergate Committee. Normal mailing fold creases. Fine condition.
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