Dwight Eisenhower Wwii Letter Signed Re His Autographs
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Dwight Eisenhower Wwii Letter Signed Re His Autographs:
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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