Typed draft letter from Dwight D. Eisenhower, unsigned, one page, 7 x 10.25, personal letterhead, November 3, 1967. A letter to Roger Enloe, president of UN We Believe, which Eisenhower has amended with black felt tip to read as follows: "I am afraid I can give you little hope of being able to accept your nice invitation for September 17, 1968. In no way do I wish to indicate a lack of interest in what you and your association are doing, but I can only be candid and say that my doctors are becoming adamant in their instructions that I minimize my public appearances. Under these circumstances I can not make an engagement of a period so far in advance." In fine condition. From the collection of Brigadier General Robert L. Schulz, longtime military aide to Dwight D. Eisenhower.
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