Dwight Eisenhower Wwii Letter Signed Re His Autographs For Sale
Dwight D. Eisenhower autograph letter signed from Europe during WWII. He writes to his wife, Mamie, the day before their 27th wedding anniversary. The letter, dated 30 June , reads in part: ''Darling: With this note I'm sending several signed photos...for your use in case someone of the family, or a close friend, should ask you suddenly for one. Getting one's name in the papers seems automatically to set up a demand for signed photos. I've just dispatched a teletype to be delivered to you tomorrow; July 1. Sometime ago I arranged for flowers to be delivered on the same day. Hope there is no hitch. I have a new cap. Same style as a garrison cap but khaki covered, and floppy rather than stiff. Not much in the way of glamour, but it is fairly light & cool and the beak keeps the glare out of my eyes. I always have trouble with the bright sun & I simply cannot wear dark glasses all the time. Well sweet, my next appointment is coming up; I'll run along, after saying once more that tomorrow marks my 27th year of good luck and good fortune, because I've had you. I love you more every day - there is no one else by you. Always / Ike''. 2pp. letter on ruled stationery measures 8'' x 10.5''. Creasing, else near fine.
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