Grover Cleveland handwritten letter thanking a friend for the gift of a book
GROVER CLEVELAND THANKS A FRIEND FOR GIFTING HIM A BOOK. Cleveland was the Twenty-Second and Twenty-Fourth Presidents. 4 ½” x 7″. An autograph letter signed ” Grover Cleveland”. It is written on letterhead reading ” Westland, Princeton, New Jersey “, the name and location of Cleveland’s residence after his second term as President. Cleveland thanks his friend, a Syracuse lawyer by the name of A. Nathaniel, for sending him a biography of Tammany Hall-affiliated politician Samuel S. Nathaniel, Please accept my sincere thanks for a copy of the Life of Samuel S. Cox which you kindly sent me on Christmas. I have just laid it aside after an hour delightfully spent in glancing it through, and I anticipate added pleasure in its thorough perusal. I wish in these days we had more of Mr. Cox’s committed attachment to his secretary. Yours very truly, Grover Cleveland. The letter is in fine condition. All items are issued with an invoice that states in writing at the bottom All autographs and historical papers are guaranteed authenti c for life by me. New Jersey residents, please add 7% for the Governor’s salary ;. Please do not ask me to do anything else.