PRESIDENT DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER - DOCUMENT SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: IVY BAKER PRIEST, WILBER M. BRUCKER, CHARLES S. THOMAS, DONALD A. QUARLES, EZRA TAFT BENSON, JAMES CAMPBELL HAGERTY, HERBERT BROWNELL JR., MARION B. FOLSOM, CHARLES E. "ENGINE CHARLIE" WILSON, JOHN FOSTER DULLES, ARTHUR E. SUMMERFIELD, FIRST LADY MAMIE DOUD EISENHOWER, PRESIDENT RICHARD M. NIXON, FREDERICK A. SEATON, GEORGE M. HUMPHREY, JAMES P. MITCHELL, SINCLAIR WEEKS - HFSID 32098
Ink signatures of the President and First Lady, along with 14 other original signatures of important members of the Eisenhower administration, accompanied by autopen signatures of Vice President Nixon and two others, all framed in the Gallery of History style to 42x24.
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EISENHOWER ADMINISTRATION Ink signatures of the President and First Lady, along with 14 other original signatures of important members of the Eisenhower administration, accompanied by autopen signatures of Vice President Nixon and two others, all framed in the Gallery of History style to 42x24. Sheet signed: "Dwight D. Eisenhower" as President, "Mamie Doud Eisenhower" as First Lady, "James C. Hagerty" as Press Secretary, "Sherman Adams" as Aide, "Richard Nixon" (Autopen) as Vice President, "John Foster Dulles" (Autopen) as Secretary of State, "G.M. Humphrey" as Secretary of the Treasury, "Ivy Baker Priest" as Treasurer, "C.E. Wilson" as Secretary of Defense, "Herbert Brownell, Jr." as Attorney General and on verso, "Marian B. Folsom" as Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, "Arthur E. Summerfield" as Postmaster General, "Fred A. Seaton" as Secretary of the Interior, "Ezra Taft Benson" as Secretary of Agriculture, "Sinclair Weeks" as Secretary of Commerce, "James P. Mitchell" as Secretary of Labor, "Wilber M. Brucker" as Secretary of the Army, "Charles S. Thomas" as Secretary of the Navy and "Donald A. Quarles" (Autopen) as Secretary of the Air Force, 2p, 7x10 (front and verso). The first page is headed: "1952-1956/The Government of the United States of America". Fine condition. Framed in Gallery of History style: 42¼x24¾.