Dwight Eisenhower Wwii Letter Signed Meeting Churchill For Sale
Dwight D. Eisenhower 1942 autograph letter signed. From WWII he writes to his wife Mamie, mentioning acclaimed war correspondent Helen Kirkpatrick. Dating his letter simply Wednesday, he writes: ''Darling: Butch & I sent you & Ruth a couple of presents by a Miss Helen Kirkpatrick, a newspaper friend of Butch's now returning to states. She may stay in N.Y. a few days & the presents will be delayed that much in arrival...Gosh - how busy we are! Last night with the Prime until 1:30. the night before almost no sleep at all. So it goes; but I keep...well. Sometimes though I really get sleepy and yawn in faces. Well sweet - take care of yourself. Thanks for the candy - it came yesterday. As ever yours - only - / Ike''. 2pp. letter measures 6'' x 9''. Creasing, else near fine. Includes original mailing envelope postmarked 1 September 1942.
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