JOHN S. HERRINGTON - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 10/31/1986 - HFSID 89357
JOHN S. HERRINGTON Letter from the Secretary of Energy to a young collector, sending along an autographed photo for his collection (not included) Typed letter signed: "John S. Herrington", in black felt tip, 6½x8½. October 31, 1986. Washington, D.C.
Sale Price $162.00
JOHN S. HERRINGTON
Letter from the Secretary of Energy to a young collector, sending along an autographed photo for his collection (not included)
Typed letter signed: "John S. Herrington", in black felt tip, 6½x8½. October 31, 1986. Washington, D.C. In full: "Dear David: Your mother wrote me a letter recently about your special collection of pictures. You must be very proud of the many autographs you have received. I am pleased to send the enclosed autographed photograph to add to your collection [item not included], along with my best wishes. Yours truly". John S. Herrington (b. 1939) is an American politician and former Secretary of Energy under Ronald Reagan. Previously a private practicing attorney, Herrington first served in the Reagan administration as Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs (1981-1983), before becoming Deputy Assistant for Presidential Personnel (1983-1985), and finally Secretary of Energy. He served in the position for four years, leaving at the same time as Reagan. After his years in government service, Herrington became the chairman of publishing firm Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, and continues to serve in local political functions in California. Slight line of toning on upper margin. Fine condition.
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