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#99 - Eleanor Roosevelt Estimate: $400+

Six items signed by Eleanor Roosevelt, including a White House card and five TLSs. The letters are each one page, 6 x 7, personal letterhead, dated from January 1948 to August 1958. She declines to send samples of her late husband's handwriting, expresses delight to learn of interest in the "National Issues Committee," and sends thanks for good wishes. In very good to fine condition, with paperclip impressions to each item, and staple holes to the upper left corner of each letter. Accompanied by six original mailing envelopes, all bearing stamped facsimile free franks.




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