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SF Cable Car post card, with note & signed by Mamie Eisenhower  

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Autograph Note, signed on a postcard from Mamie Eisenhower, about a trip taken to California with President Eisenhower

Eisenhower, Mamie



July 17, 1964


Autograph note signed, on a postcard, from Mamie Eisenhower. Signed "Mamie E." San Francisco cable car, color illustrated pop-out post card, still intact. 10.5x25.5 cm (4x10"). With mailed rubberstamps.

In August, 1964 President Dwight D. Eisenhower took a trip to California, visiting Monterey for some golf, plus San Francisco and the Bohemian Grove. Mamie writes to "Viv": "Thanks for your note which reached me here- off to visit the Justin Darts at Pebble Beach today while Ike is at Grove - we are very tired and the farm will look good to us. Love to you and mae - Mamie E." The address reads: Mrs. J. Holt McCracken, Portuguese Bend Club, Portuguese Bend, California.

Lot Amendments

A tiny tear at right edge of post card; else fine.

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