PRESIDENT GROVER CLEVELAND - CIVIL APPOINTMENT SIGNED 06/28/1895 CO-SIGNED BY: JUDSON HARMON - HFSID 3916
Sale Price $850.00
GROVER CLEVELAND and JUDSON HARMON
Both sign the partly printed appointment of a District of Columbia official (1895)
Partly Printed DS: "Grover Cleveland" as President and "Judson Harmon" as Attorney General, 1p, 21x16. Washington, 1895 June 28.Appointment of Henry C. Stewart, Jr. as Notary Public for the District of Columbia.Harmon was Cleveland's Attorney General from 1895-1897. Secretary of State Walter Q. Gresham had died on May 28, 1895 and was succeeded by Attorney General Richard Olney on June 10th. On June 11th, 17 days before he signed this document, Judson Harmon entered upon his duties as Attorney General. In 1908, five months after Cleveland's death, Harmon was elected Governor of Ohio; in 1910, he was reelected, defeating 45-year-old Warren G. Harding. Folds, vertical folds touch "o" in Harmon. Lightly creased. Lightly worn top edge. Full, 3-inch red seal with vertical fold. Overall, fine condition.
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