PRESIDENT GEORGE H.W. BUSH - STAMP(S) SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: ROBERT C. BYRD, ROBERT H. MICHEL, ALAN K. SIMPSON, THOMAS P. "TIP" O'NEILL JR., ALAN CRANSTON, ROBERT J. "BOB" DOLE, TRENT LOTT, JIM WRIGHT, THOMAS S. FOLEY - HFSID 309832
99th CONGRESS: GEORGE BUSH, ROBERT BYRD, BOB MICHEL, ALAN SIMPSON, TIP O'NEILL, ALAN CRANSTON, BOB DOLE, TRENT LOTT, JIM WRIGHT and TOM FOLEY The 41st President (signing as VP) and nine Congressional leaders sign a block of stamps matted on paper from the Speaker's Room US House of Representatives to an overall size of 11x13.
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99th CONGRESS: GEORGE BUSH, ROBERT BYRD, BOB MICHEL, ALAN SIMPSON, TIP O'NEILL, ALAN CRANSTON, BOB DOLE, TRENT LOTT, JIM WRIGHT and TOM FOLEY
The 41st President (signing as VP) and nine Congressional leaders sign a block of stamps matted on paper from the Speaker's Room US House of Representatives to an overall size of 11x13.
Stamps signed: ""Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr/Speaker", "George Bush/Vice-President", "Robert C. Byrd", "Jim Wright", "Thomas S. Foley", "Robert Dole", "Alan Simpson", "Bob Michel", "Trent Lott", "Alan Cranston". In all 10 signatures. Two blocks of six each 3-cent stamps of Washington, D.C., showing the US Capitol Building, affixed to stationery with printed heading "The Speaker's Room/U. S. House of Representatives/Washington, D.C. 20515", matted to an overall SIZE? This block of stamps has been signed by all the top leaders of the 99th US Congress (1985-1987): Vice President GEORGE BUSH (as President of the Senate), Senate Majority (Republican) Leader BOB DOLE and Majority Whip ALAN SIMPSON, Senate Minority (Democratic) Leader ROBERT BYRD and Minority Whip ALAN CRANSTON, the House Speaker, Democrat THOMAS P. "TIP" O'NEILL, House Majority (Democratic) Leader JIM WRIGHT and Majority Whip TOM FOLEY, and House Minority (Republican) Leader ROBERT MICHEL and Minority Whip TRENT LOTT. The 99th Congress was seated from January 3, 1985 to January 3, 1987. Despite the landslide re-election of President Ronald Reagan, political power remained divided between the two major parties. Despite this division, and quite unlike some later Congressional sessions, the parties were able to enact into law important measures, including the Gramm-Rudman-Hollings Budget Control Act and the Simpson-Mazzoli Immigration Reform and Control Act. Signatures lightly faded (legible). Fine condition. Not matted in the Gallery of History style.
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