PERRY BELMONT - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 72473
Sale Price $63.00
Perry Belmont signs his name to a piece of paper while in New York.
Signature: "Perry Belmont/N. Y,", 6¾x2¼piece of paper. PERRY BELMONT (1851-1947), first born of August Belmont Sr., was Democratic Congressman from New York (1881-1888) and U.S. Minister to Spain (1888-1889). A prominent New York lawyer, in 1905, he successfully initiated and organized the movement for the Federal and State campaign-publicity legislation. It was enacted into law in 1911 and he was elected president of the National Association for Campaign Publicity Law. WILLIAM SULZER became Governor of New York on January 1, 1913. As a result of his quarrel with the Tammany Hall organization, Sulzer was impeached and removed from office on October 18, 1913. Irregular left edge. Lightly toned at edges. Fine condition.
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