Typed Letter Signed - Senator John Chandler "Chan" Gurney (Two Letters)

By: Gurney, John Chandler "Chan"

Price: $50.00

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Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good


Two letters typed on white paper in black ink. Both letters signed by Chan Gurney in blue ink. $50 for the pair. November 19, 1938 and May 6, 1948. 1938 letter measures 7 1/4" x 10 1/2"; 1948 letter measures 8" x 10 1/2." Two pages (one page each). 1938 letter is signed "Chan" and includes an inscription by him: "Must do a good job to win for the Party in 1940." 1948 letter is printed on United States Senate stationery and is signed "Chan Gurney." Both letters are very clean and undamaged. Signatures and inscription are also clean and intact. John Chandler "Chan" Gurney (1896-1985) was a U.S. Senator from South Dakota. In these two letters, Gurney writes to Edwin W. Tomlinson, a poet and resident of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. In the letter dated 1938, Gurney writes that he believes that the elections of 1938 are a mandate for fiscal conservatism. In the other letter concerns compensation for government officials and financial legislation.

Title: Typed Letter Signed - Senator John Chandler "Chan" Gurney (Two Letters)

Author Name: Gurney, John Chandler "Chan"

Categories: Literature, U.S. History, Business and Finance,

Publisher: 0

Binding: No Binding

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good

Type: Manuscript

Inscription: Signed by Author(s)

Seller ID: 019401

Keywords: Letters. Autographs. Signatures. Politics. Politicians. US Senate. Senators. Congress. S-1327. S1327. Flanders Reclassification Bill. Flanders Bill. Flanders Reclassification. Senator Flanders. S-1537. S1537. Government spending. Civil Service Committee. Edwin Tomlinson. 1940 election. SG-15.