VICE PRESIDENT WALTER F. MONDALE - INAUGURAL TICKET SIGNED CIRCA 1977 - HFSID 30690
Sale Price $180.00
WALTER F. MONDALE
Walter F. Mondale signs an inaugural party ticket in black ink.
Inaugural Party Ticket signed: "F/Mondale", 7x3¼. $25 admission ticket to the Inaugural Party at the National Visitor Center, Union Station (Washington, D.C.), January 20, 1977. Ticket stub still attached. Pencil note on verso: "Rec'd in person/Wash D.C./7-22-81/[illegible signature]." Walter "Fritz" Mondale served as U.S. Senator from Minnesota succeeding Hubert H. Humphrey who had resigned to become LBJ's Vice President. Mondale resigned as Senator to become Carter's Vice President (1977-1981). He was the unsuccessful Democratic candidate for Vice President in 1980 and for President in 1984, losing to President Reagan, 525-13 electoral votes. Mondale later served as U.S. Ambassador to Japan (1993-1996). In 2002, "Fritz" Mondale was re-nominated for the U.S. Senate after incumbent Paul Wellstone was killed in a plane crash, but he lost the election. Fine condition.
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