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2 Letters: to Mr. John M. Harlan of Chicago, Dated June 23rd, 1910 & Hon. Edward N. Hurley, Dated September 9th, 1918
1918 - One letter, typed on Princeton University stationery and addressed to a Mr. John M. Harlan, wherein Princeton University President Wilson expresses doubt over the possibility of a bid for the Governor's office. That letter is dated June 23rd, 1910. In the second letter, typed on White House stationery, the standing US President writes the Hon. Edward N. Hurley and discusses post-war policy. This letter is dated 9 September, 1918. The letters have been annotated for their association to a biography, in two short notes typewritten in the upper left hand corner. They are otherwise bright, clean copies. The signatures were stamped by a member of Wilson's staff. Photographs available upon request. ; 4to ; 2 pages; Signed by Author [Attributes: Signed Copy]
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