PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 08/21/1911 - HFSID 252450
WOODROW WILSON Governor Wilson cannot visit with Boy Scouts. Typed Letter Signed: "Woodrow Wilson" as Governor of New Jersey, 1p, 8x9½. Executive Department, (Trenton), 1911 August 21. To William P. Woods, Lewistown, Pennsylvania.
Sale Price $680.00
Governor Wilson cannot visit with Boy Scouts.
Typed Letter Signed: "Woodrow Wilson" as Governor of New Jersey, 1p, 8x9½. Executive Department, (Trenton), 1911 August 21. To William P. Woods, Lewistown, Pennsylvania. In full: "You may be sure that I would reserve a date for the Boy Scouts during the autumn if it were possible for me to reserve a date for anybody; but unhappily, I have already involved myself in so many engagements that I could not, without an actual neglect of public duties, take on others." Wilson had been sworn in as Governor of New Jersey, his first elective office, on January 7, 1911. The Boy Scouts of America had been chartered on February 6, 1910, while Wilson was President of Princeton University (1902-1910). Lightly creased particularly at upper left corner. Horizontal fold touches tops of "W"s, vertical fold through "d" of "Woodrow". Fine condition.
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