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PIERRE SALINGER - INSCRIBED SIGNATURE 05/22/1968 - HFSID 34746

PIERRE SALINGER The U.S. Senator and journalist offers his best wishes to radio personality George Sanders in black ink Inscribed signature: "To George Sanders -/with the best wishes of/Pierre Salinger/May 22, 1968", 6¾x9¼ album leaf. Newspaper photo (b/w, 1¾x3) affixed in lower right corner.

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PIERRE SALINGER
The U.S. Senator and journalist offers his best wishes to radio personality George Sanders in black ink
Inscribed signature: "To George Sanders -/with the best wishes of/Pierre Salinger/May 22, 1968", 6¾x9¼ album leaf. Newspaper photo (b/w, 1¾x3) affixed in lower right corner. Salinger (1925-2004) served as Press Secretary to Presidents Kennedy and Johnson from 1961 to 1964, when he resigned to run for the U.S. Senate. He won the Democratic primary on June 2, 1964. After California Senator Clair Engle died on July 30, 1964, Salinger was appointed Senator on August 4, 1964, but lost the election that November to former actor George Murphy. Later Salinger was an ABC news correspondent and freelance journalist. He committed an embarrassing gaffe in November 1996, when he claimed to have found a document revealing that TWA Flight 800 had actually been shot down by a U.S. Navy missile test. The "document" turned out to be an internet hoax, after which the term "Pierre Salinger syndrome" was coined to describe the tendency to believe whatever one finds on the net. George R. Sanders, originally a disc jockey, became a prominent radio/TV interview host, first in Los Angeles and later in Portland. He collected autographs from his guests. Slightly frayed at left edge. Fine condition.

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