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MYER FELDMAN - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 02/13/1964 - HFSID 309915

MYER FELDMAN The Counsel to the President and the White House's "Anonymous Man" signs a letter to Barbara Norton, then head of the Public Relations department at the Sheraton-Park Hotel. Typed letter signed: "Mike", in black ink, 1 page, 6¼x9¼. The White House. Washington. February 13, 1964.

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MYER FELDMAN
The Counsel to the President and the White House's "Anonymous Man" signs a letter to Barbara Norton, then head of the Public Relations department at the Sheraton-Park Hotel.
Typed letter signed: "Mike", in black ink, 1 page, 6¼x9¼. The White House. Washington. February 13, 1964. In full: "Dear Barbara: It looks like we are having a good time. I know I did. Best regards. Sincerely". Ink note: "That was a very nice note - Thanks". Myer Feldman (1914-2007), the White House's "anonymous man", officially acted in the role of deputy special counsel for Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson. During Kennedy's race for presidency in 1960, Feldman was assigned to find negative information about then opponent Richard Nixon, creating a list of potential harmful stories and sources titled the Nixopedia. He would also aid Kennedy with speeches, helping appeal to the American audience by pulling names and stories for Kennedy to use to reach to a broader audience. Later, during Johnson's run, Feldman would repeat the same process, helping the president with generally underhanded or dirty tactics. He left his government job in 1965, founding a large law firm, and making money off the then booming radio station business. Light staining near ink note, does not affect note. Fine condition.

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