PRESIDENT GROVER CLEVELAND - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 12/15/1890 - HFSID 5831
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Grover Cleveland sends an autograph letter forwarding something he has received and to say that he is glad Don M. Dickinson is coming.
Autograph Letter Signed: "Grover Cleveland", 1p, 8x10. New York, 1890 December 15.To Hon. Don M. Dickinson, Detroit.On Cleveland's law firm's stationery. In full: "I send you the enclosed [not present], which I received this morning because I don't know what else to do with it, and I am glad to unload one of the many things of the kind which are poured out upon me, on you. I think we shall have a first rate time here on the 23rd instant and I am very happy to know that you are coming. I have never seen a better list of speakers - barring the old blunderbuss at its head. With the heartiest kind of a 'Merry Christmas' to you and Mrs Dickinson and Frances and Don Jr." DON M. DICKINSON had served as Cleveland's Postmaster General from 1888-1889. Cleveland ran for reelection in 1888, but lost to Benjamin Harrison. After leaving the White House in 1889, Cleveland moved to New York City to resume his law practice. In 1892, Cleveland was nominated for the third consecutive time, defeating President Harrison, becoming the only former President to be elected President. Encapsulated. Folds, vertical fold touches "nd" of Cleveland. Horizontal fold shows separation. Lightly soiled and creased.
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