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DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER

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INSCRIBED BY EISENHOWER

EISENHOWER, Dwight D. Crusade in Europe. Garden City, 1948.

Signed limited first edition, number 468 of 1426 copies signed by Eisenhower at the bottom of his D-Day message to Allied troops; this copy additionally inscribed by him on the recto of the limitation leaf to his lead nurse at Fitzsimons Army Hospital in 1955, after suffering a heart attack: "For: Lieut. Lorraine Knox—with lasting appreciation of devoted and competent service at Fitzsimons Hospital in the autumn of 1955;—and with kindest regard and best wishes from her friend, Dwight D. Eisenhower." An exceptional inscribed association copy. $15,000.

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"THE HOPES AND PRAYERS OF LIBERTY-LOVING PEOPLE EVERYWHERE MARCH WITH YOU"

EISENHOWER, Dwight D. Crusade in Europe. Garden City, 1948.

Signed limited first edition, one of 1426 copies signed by Eisenhower at the bottom of a facsimile of his D-Day message to Allied troops (this copy unnumbered and out of series). $7000.

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“ONE DAY IN THE MIDDLE OF A GOLF GAME…”

EISENHOWER, Dwight D. Typed letter signed. Gettysburg, July 13, 1965.

Delightfully conversational typed letter from Dwight D. Eisenhower to his friend, Harry Anholt, the long-time manager of Denver’s Brown Palace Hotel, regarding golf, back maladies, and the weather, boldly initialed by Eisenhower. $2200.

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"MAMIE AND I HAD THE BEST STEAKS THE OTHER EVENING THAT I CAN REMEMBER"

EISENHOWER, Dwight D. Typed letter signed. Washingon, May 6, 1958.

Exceptional and lengthy typed letter, initialed by Eisenhower, to Eisenhower's friend, golf partner, and Republican fundraiser, Barry Leithead, concerning the proper cooking of steaks, written in response to Leithead's gift of Chicago steaks. $2000.

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