Autograph letter signed (TLS). One page, 7.25×10.5, personal stationery sent from Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey, August 5, 1993, to to old friend Bob Nesen, in full. As we road [sic] around the Santa Barbara area in one of your Cadillacs, Tricia, Julie and I remarked about how fortunate we have been to have known you as a friend and a loyal supporter over the years. I just want you to know that we do not take your generosity for granted. Accompanied by the original mailing envelope. In fine condition, with a thin strip of old tape residue along the top edge. An influential ally of the Republican party, Nesen was appointed as Assistant Secretary of the Navy by President Nixon in 1972, and in 1981 was nominated by Reagan to serve as United States Ambassador to both Australia and the Republic of Nauru. This letter dates to just six weeks after the death of Pat Nixon, and eight months before the former president succumbed to a severe stroke at the age of 81. We authored the Presidential Autographs chapter in the 7th Edition of The Sanders Autograph Price Guide. We guarantee the authenticity of this item with our written certification, without time limit. We are full-time autograph dealers specializing in Presidential, Historical and Sports collectibles. Additional information and/or images gladly sent promptly. Some images are stock photos for items we have multiples of. Please alert us if you would prefer not to receive these specials. Please view our other auctions for additional material including historical autographs, Steiner Sports and Yankees memorabilia and Presidential signatures. We are full-time autograph dealers. We appreciate your interest in Shafran Collectibles. The item “President Richard Nixon 1993 Typed Letter Signed Great Handwritten Letter” is in sale since Wednesday, February 24, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Political\US\Presidents & First Ladies”. The seller is “shafrancollectibles” and is located in East Meadow, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- President: Richard M. Nixon