President. Printed document signed twice ("Jimmy Carter"), n.d. 1 page, 4to. Carter's application, as Governor, for membership in the Playboy Club. The personal identifying information (birth date, address, etc.) was likely completed by a secretary. Carter's first signature accepts the terms of the agreement, while the second affirms that he meets the minimum age required for club membership: 21. An ironic piece of presidential memorabilia in light of the controversy over Carter's 1976 campaign interview with Playboy, during which the born-again candidate confessed to having "lusted in his heart" for woman other than his wife." /> CARTER, James Earl ("Jimmy") (1924-), <I>President</I>. Printed document signed twice ("Jimmy Carter"), n.d. <I>1 page, 4to</I>. Carter's application, as Governor, for membership in the Playboy Club. The personal identifying information (birth date, address, etc.) was likely completed by a secretary. Carter's first signature accepts the terms of the agreement, while the second affirms that he meets the minimum age required for club membership: 21. An ironic piece of presidential memorabilia in light of the controversy over Carter's 1976 campaign interview with <I>Playboy</I>, during which the born-again candidate confessed to having "lusted in his heart" for woman other than his wife. | Christie's