Hoover, Herbert (1874-1964) Four Signed Offprints of Speeches, Signed Portrait, and Two Typed Letters Signed.
The letters each on Hoover's stationery, typed, on one side, 17 September 1934 and 27 January 1963, both addressed to Arnold Gates, thanking him for writing, and transferring good wishes, 10 1/2 x 7 1/4 in. each; the portrait is a reproduction of a charcoal sketch, with the artist's name printed and Hoover's signature in blue ink, 6 1/2 x 4 1/2 in.; and offprints of the speeches: "American Policies for Peace," delivered to the Women's National Republican Club of New York City and San Francisco 15 January 1938; Hoover's address to the Republican National Convention, 25 June 1940; "The Year Since the Great Debate," New York City, 27 January 1952; and the pamphlet "American Ideals versus the New Deal," containing eight addresses; various sizes, each signed by Hoover on the front cover. (7)
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