Collection of Political Autographs (6)
1) In reply to a letter that was passed onto him, Gerald Ford writes this letter on Congressional stationary to a Mr. Thayer, thanking him and expressing his liking of a letter in support of President Nixon. In the letter Ford, points out a statement Thayer had made "...we must put away our own personal selfishness and disappointment and move shoulder to shoulder for the common good". Dated October 6, 1971 Ford signed in blue ink and this letter comes with an LOA from PSA. 2) Lyndon Baines Johnson signed this letter sent to Mollie Parnis, a NYC fashion designer known for her work with First Ladies, including Mamie Eisenhower, Betty Ford, and LBJ's wife Lady Bird Johnson, who became a close friend of Mollie's. The letter reads "Dear Mollie, You made this trip to New York a special one. Lady Bird and I so much enjoyed the assemblage of friends you gathered in your home. I'm so glad you let me come by. You even made me happy to part with some of my money. Though I couldn't afford to go shopping with you too often, it was wonderful to have your help this time. Many, many thanks. With affectionate regards, Sincerely, LBJ." There is an accompanying handwritten note underneath the signature that reads "Don't forget my scarf, will need soonest, L". The letter is dated November 18, 1971 and framed to 12x24" with matted photo of LBJ. Comes certified by PSA. 3) During his second inauguration for Vice President, Agnew found time to sign this official invitation to the event. The inauguration of Agnew and President Nixon was held on January 20th 1973. With less than a year into his second term of VP, Agnew resigned and later in the term Nixon resigned as well, both of these resignations due to Watergate. 4) Signed on an Official invitation for the inauguration of President George H.W. Bush and VP Dan Quayle, Bush signed right above the 89 inauguration seal. The date of the inauguration was January 20th 1989. Comes with an LOA from PSA. 5) Two signed in autopen framed letters from Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States. One is dated February 17, 1999, which is 5 days after he was acquitted, and the other is dated November 23, 1994. Both are on White House stationary and have been framed (13.5x21" and 18x22", each with a matted photo). One letter is addressed to an Elmont, NY fireman and the other is to a Mrs. Biden, wishing her a happy birthday.