Rare Autograph Letter Signed of George W. Bush as President, One of Only Three We Have Seen Reach the Market: “God Bless you”

Written during his second campaign, from the Midwest, where he was holding rallies, he praises the recipient for her success in raising a family and running a successful business

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Autograph letter signed, on Presidential letterhead, St. Paul, Minnesota, where he gave a speech in the afternoon, August 18, 2004, to a Debbie, who had hosted him on his Midwest swing. “Dear Debbie, Thank you for your hospitality and for the BLT with a vanilla shake. I enjoyed meeting you and your...

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Rare Autograph Letter Signed of George W. Bush as President, One of Only Three We Have Seen Reach the Market: “God Bless you”

Written during his second campaign, from the Midwest, where he was holding rallies, he praises the recipient for her success in raising a family and running a successful business

Autograph letter signed, on Presidential letterhead, St. Paul, Minnesota, where he gave a speech in the afternoon, August 18, 2004, to a Debbie, who had hosted him on his Midwest swing. “Dear Debbie, Thank you for your hospitality and for the BLT with a vanilla shake. I enjoyed meeting you and your family. I appreciate your hard work in raising your children and running your own business.. I wish you all the best. God bless you. George Bush.”

George W. Bush takes a place among the most elusive modern presidents in handwritten White House letters. This is our first.

Purchase $9,000

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