PRESIDENT MILLARD FILLMORE - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 03/15/1858 - HFSID 4688
MILLARD FILLMORE Millard Fillmore sends an autograph letter of regret that he does not know the person. Autograph Letter Signed: "Millard Fillmore", 1p, 5x8. Buf Albany, 1858 March 15. To Seneca Wood, Esq.
Sale Price $2,380.00
Millard Fillmore sends an autograph letter of regret that he does not know the person.
Autograph Letter Signed: "Millard Fillmore", 1p, 5x8. Buf Albany, 1858 March 15. To Seneca Wood, Esq. In full: "Yours of the 11th has reached me where where (sic) I am sojourning for a few weeks, and I have complied with your request in the only way in my power as I am personally unacquainted with Mr. Denton. Judge Hall is holding court in N. York city. In haste." NATHAN K. HALL and FILLMORE were law partners in the 1830s in Buffalo. Hall served as Fillmore's Postmaster General from 1850 until 1852, when the President appointed him U.S. District Judge for the Western District of New York, an office he held until his death in Buffalo on March 2, 1874. Six days later, also in Buffalo, Fillmore died. They are buried in Buffalo's Forest Lawn Cemetery. Irregular upper left edge. Lightly soiled. Diagonal stain on verso lightly shows through to 1 word. Ink note (unknown hand) on verso lightly shows through at upper right corner). Overall, fine condition.
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