PRESIDENT HERBERT HOOVER - TYPED LETTER TWICE SIGNED 03/14/1946 - HFSID 87301
Sale Price $807.50
Herbert Hoover sends a typed letter of thanks for the clipping.
Typed Letter Signed: "Herbert Hoover", 1p, 7¼x10½. The Waldorf-Astoria Towers, New York, 1946 March 14. To James J. Rick, Union National Bank, Kansas City, Missouri. "Herbert Hoover" stationery. In full: "Many thanks for your note of March twelfth and for the clipping which you enclosed." In a long handwritten postscript, Hoover adds: "I had a pleasant interview with your clerical friend and was glad to establish contact. H" Hoover made his Waldorf-Astoria apartment his permanent home after his wife died in 1944. The January 1946 issue of "Swing" magazine named JAMES J. RICK "Swing's" Man of the Month with an article entitled: "James J. Rick--Big Hearted Banker". Rick was Chairman of the Jackson County Chapter for Infantile Paralysis and a banker involved in many charities. WHB radio in Kansas City began publishing "Swing" magazine in 1943. The 100 page, pocket-size magazine functioned as an advertising tool for the station. Hoover is rare in holograph; this letter bears 15 words in his handwriting. Creased.
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