WILLIAM K. MCALISTER - TYPED SENTIMENT SIGNED - HFSID 223500
Sale Price $81.00
WILLIAM K. McALISTER
Typed Sentiment signed by the Tennessee judge
Typed Sentiment signed: "With cordial regards, I am,/Very sincerely,/"W. K. McAlister", 6x2 attached to 6¾x2¾ piece of brown construction paper (two surfaces). William K. McAlister (1804-1891) was a statecourt judge in Tennessee. His courtroom made national headlines in 1889 when he dismissed charges brought by the Nashville sheriff against heavyweight boxing champion John L. Sullivan, seized from a train on which he was fleeing Louisiana, where he had won an illegal prize fight the night before. McAlister's son, Harry Hill McAlister, was Governor of Tennessee (1933-1937). Jagged at upper and left margin. Otherwise, fine condition.
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