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WHITELAW REID - AUTOGRAPH 03/16/1885 - HFSID 79483

Whitelaw Reid sings a card in brown ink. Signature: "Whitelaw Reid/New York/16 Mar. 1885", 3½x1¾ card.

Sale Price $76.50

Reg. $90.00

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WHITELAW REID
Whitelaw Reid sings a card in brown ink.
Signature: "Whitelaw Reid/New York/16 Mar. 1885", 3½x1¾ card. Whitelaw Reid (1837-1912), who covered the Civil War as a young journalist, was handpicked by Horace Greeley as his successor to manage and edit the New York Tribune (1872-1905). Reid was the Republican Vice Presidential nominee in 1892, added to the ticket of incumbent Benjamin Harrison for the unsuccessful rematch with Grover Cleveland. Reid spent his final years (1905-1912) as U.S. Ambassador to Britain. Slightly soiled. Otherwise, fine condition.

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