WILLIAM E. "BILL" BROCK III - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 10/28/1986 - HFSID 89506
Sale Price $108.00
WILLIAM E. “BILL” BROCK IIIAs the Secretary of Labor, he signed this typed letter and sent it to a collector Typed Letter Signed: “Bill Brock” in black ink on a 7x9 sheet of paper. One page. Dated October 28, 1986. In Part: “Good luck with your project, and I will certainly / keep David in my prayers”. Bill Brock (b. 1930) represented Tennessee in the United States House of Representatives (1963-1971) and Senate (1971-1977). In his winning Senate race, he beat country singer Tex Ritter in the Republican primary and then upset 3-term Senator Albert Gore, Sr. in the general election. He lost his bid for re-election, but went on to hold other political posts: United States Trade Representative (1981-1985) and Secretary of Labor under President Ronald Reagan (1985-1987). Brock resigned from the Cabinet to manage Senator Bob Dole's 1988 Presidential campaign. Brock was accused of financial mismanagement and Dole's campaign was unsuccessful. Fine condition.
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