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J Edgar Hoover

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Item Description: 1969. Letter. Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket. 8 x11"; 1 pages; Typed letter advising Splendor of raise to GS15 at $23,075 per annum. Signed J Edgar Hoover. ; 0. Bookseller Inventory # 34311

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J Edgar Hoover

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Item Description: 1940. Letter. Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket. 8 x11"; 1 pages; Typed letter advising Splendor of raise from $1200 a year to $1440. Signed J Edgar Hoover. Accompanied by letter from Atty General Jackson signed by facsimile along with inked signature of the Assistant Atty General . ; 0. Bookseller Inventory # 34309

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J Edgar Hoover

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Item Description: 1943. Letter. Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket. 8 x11"; 1 pages; Typed note advising Splendor of raise from $1620 a year to $1680. Signed J Edgar Hoover. Accompanied by letter from Atty General Biddle signed by facsimile along with inked signature of the Assistant Atty General . 2 pieces. ; 0. Bookseller Inventory # 34310

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Hoover, J. Edgar.

Published by FBI: Washington DC (1945)

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Item Description: FBI: Washington DC, 1945. One page, 9 x 7, on Hoover's letterhead, addressed to a Charles Samarjian regarding receiving an autographed copy of Samarjian's quiz book, "Who's This Man?" Letter has horizontal fold, some toning, wear and soil, with original mailing envelope (worn, soiled, postally used) and a copy of Samarjian's book in lightly worn condition with a sunned spine. Samarjian was a cranky used book store owner in Detroit for several decades. Bookseller Inventory # 97-8988

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Hoover, J. Edgar.

Published by FBI: Washington DC (1944)

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Item Description: FBI: Washington DC, 1944. One page, 9 x 7, on Hoover's letterhead, addressed to a Charles Samarjian in Detroit, regarding Samarjian's newspaper quiz feature,"Who's This Man?" Hoover jokingly states that he had ". . . a faint suspicion as to the identity of the individual . . ." and points out that he has not delivered 5,000 addresses in one year -- more like four or five. Letter is folded horizontally, toned, with finger soil, in original mailing envelope (soiled, postally used). LETTER IS SIGNED BY J. EDGAR HOOVER. Sold with a copy of Samarjian's compilation of the "Who's This Man?" quizzes, wraps, minor toning but still very nice. Samarjian was a cranky used book store owner in Detroit for years and years. Bookseller Inventory # 97-9010

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Hoover, J. Edgar.

Published by Washington DC (1938)

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Item Description: Washington DC, 1938. One page, 10.5 x 8, on Hoover's letterhead, toning around edges, some finger soil and edge wear, few small rust spots near top left corner else good. Hoover states that he is enclosing a copy of "Uniform Crime Reports" (not included) and several printed addresses, two of which are herein included: "Crime's Challenge to Society" (1937, mimeographed stapled pages, stained, rusty staple, toning), and "Address . . . Before the Association of Life Insurance Presidents. . ." (1937, stapled wraps, 9 pp, rusty staples, one corner bumped else nice). The lot . . . Bookseller Inventory # 97-9009

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Two Typed letters Signed ("J. Edgar Hoover"): Hoover, J. Edgar

Hoover, J. Edgar

Published by Washington (1958)

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Item Description: Washington, 1958. Book Condition: Very good condition. One page each, on letterhead of the Office of the Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation. 1 vols. 4to and 8vo. Generous Support for Hoover from Tuxedo Park. Interesting pair letters to Katharine St. George (née Katharine Delano Price Collier), Republican Congresswoman from Tuxedo Park, Orange County, New York, who served from 1947 to 1965. In the first letter, dated December 19, 1950, Hoover regretfully declines her invitation to serve on a "committee to make plans for a joint meeting of National leaders in Washington," citing the "unusually heavy pressure of my official duties and the many matters constantly arising which require my personal attention during these critical days?" (This was, of course the height of the McCarthy era, in which Hoover's FBI was busy feeding information to the House Committee on Un-American Activities). In the second letter from 1958, Hoover thanks the Honorable Congresswoman from New York for her "very generous remarks yesterday in Congress concerning my new book on communism, 'Masters of Deceit.' Your good words are indeed appreciated, and I join you in the hope the book will especially be of benefit to our country's youth.". One page each, on letterhead of the Office of the Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation. 1 vols. 4to and 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 39554

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