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JEAN NEPOTE - TYPED NOTE SIGNED 09/13/1972 - HFSID 216356

JEAN NEPOTE Head of Interpol sends his autograph. TLS: "J. Nepote" as Secretary General of Interpol, 1p, 5¼x8. Saint-Cloud, 1972 September 13. To Mr. J.L. Pruett, Clute, Texas. In full: "Thank you for your letter of 29th August 1972.

Sale Price $72.00

Reg. $80.00

Condition: lightly creased
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JEAN NEPOTE
Head of Interpol sends his autograph.
TLS: "J. Nepote" as Secretary General of Interpol, 1p, 5¼x8. Saint-Cloud, 1972 September 13. To Mr. J.L. Pruett, Clute, Texas. In full: "Thank you for your letter of 29th August 1972. I enclose a small folder explaining the structures and activities of Interpol which I hope may be of some help in your classes' studies on police work. As you request in your letter, I have much pleasure in giving you my autograph below." Interpol is the "Organisation Internationale de Police Criminelle". During the First International Criminal Police Congress held in Monaco in 1914, legal experts and police officers from 14 different countries studied the possibility of establishing an international criminal records office and harmonizing extradition procedures. After World War I, at the Second Congress in Vienna in 1923, the International Criminal Police Commission was founded. In 1946, the ICPC chose "Interpol" as its telegraphic address in its new Paris headquarters. The organization moved to St. Cloud, outside of Paris in 1966.Its administrative and technical functions are handled by the General Secretariat, headed by the General Secretary, who is elected to a five-year term. Today, the International Criminal Police Organization-Interpol has 178 member countries. Lightly creased, fine condition.

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