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Signed 1958 Handwritten Harry Truman letter & 1957 Typed Edward R Murrow letter

Signed 1958 Handwritten Harry Truman letter & 1957 Typed Edward R Murrow letter
Signed 1958 Handwritten Harry Truman letter & 1957 Typed Edward R Murrow letter
Signed 1958 Handwritten Harry Truman letter & 1957 Typed Edward R Murrow letter
Signed 1958 Handwritten Harry Truman letter & 1957 Typed Edward R Murrow letter

Signed 1958 Handwritten Harry Truman letter & 1957 Typed Edward R Murrow letter
On personal letterhead, 1p. 7.25×10.5, Independence, Missouri, February, 1958, to Bessie (Besse) Zuckerman ca. Letter provides thanks to Bessie Zuckerman for her interest in an interview by Edward R. Murrow in Islamorada, Florida; February, 1957; which was eventually broadcast on the television program See It Now (“From Precinct to President”). You have no idea how I appreciated your letter about my interview with Mr. The question and answer period carried on by Mr. Murrow and myself was intended to clear up misunderstandings of events as they happened. The statements made by me in answer to Mr. Murrows questions were the facts as I saw them. Boldly signed at the conclusion. Includes original envelope postmarked February 28, 1958. Two horizontal fold creases. MURROW – TYPED LETTER SIGNED 1957 Edward Roscoe Murrow, was an American broadcast journalist and war correspondent. He first gained prominence during World War II with a series of live radio broadcasts from Europe for the news division of CBS. 7.25×10.5, Madison Avenue, New York, New York, April 25, 1957, to Bessie (Besse) Zuckerman ca. Letter gives thanks to Bessie Zuckerman for her interest in the interview by Edward R. Murrow and President Harry Truman in Islamorada, Florida; February, 1957; which was eventually broadcast on the television program See It Now (“From Precinct to President”). Thank you very much indeed for your recent note and for your gracious comments. I hope that succeeding broadcasts will continue to merit your approval. It is always helpful to have the comments of listeners, and I appreciate your taking the time to write to me. Sincerely yours, ER Murrow… Includes original envelope postmarked April 25, 1957 New York, New York. Letters were received by Bessie (Besse) Zuckerman who was a prominent member of the community of music associations in Los Angeles between 1920 and 1940. She founded the Santa Monica Bay Music Association and served as its president. She also served as president of the Bay Cities Music Association, where among other accomplishments she worked to make concerts accessible to school children. In addition, Zuckerman was chairman of the Venice Community Sing and of the Local Convention Board for the California Federation of Music Clubs. In 1926, she accepted an invitation to serve on the Hollywood Bowl Associations Music Committee, and in 1927 the Hollywood Bowl Audition Board extended an invitation to her. Zuckerman was also a member of the Opera Reading Club of Hollywood and the Santa Monica Bay Womans Club, and she organized musical events for the Union League Club of Los Angeles. The item “Signed 1958 Handwritten Harry Truman letter & 1957 Typed Edward R Murrow letter” is in sale since Tuesday, November 30, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Presidential”. The seller is “pataxo” and is located in Honolulu, Hawaii. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Industry: Presidential
  • President: Harry S Truman
  • Signed by: Harry Truman
  • Signed: Yes
  • Autograph Authentication: Original signature
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Modified Item: No

Signed 1958 Handwritten Harry Truman letter & 1957 Typed Edward R Murrow letter