PRESIDENT GROVER CLEVELAND - AUTOGRAPH ENVELOPE UNSIGNED - HFSID 142108
Sale Price $198.00
Grover Cleveland addresses an envelope to General John Gillam.
Autograph Envelope, unsigned, 4½x3½. Printed return address: "Executive Mansion". Addressed by President Cleveland to "Gen John Gillam/Army and Navy Club/Washington/D.C.". No stamp or postmark. Ink date stamp of Dec. 18, n.y. Cleveland, formerly Mayor of Buffalo and Governor of New York (1883-1885) served as the 22nd and 24th President (1885-1889, 1893-1897). He won the popular vote all three times he ran (1884, 1888, 1892), losing the electoral vote and the presidency in 1888 to Benjamin Harrison. He was the only Democrat elected President in more than a half century between the departure of Buchanan (1861) and the inauguration of Wilson (1913). President Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1909) starting using "The White House" instead of "Executive Mansion" on correspondence from the Presidential residence. Lightly soiled. Pencil note (unknown hand) near top. Flap missing from verso. Otherwise, fine condition.
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