always wants to go to Bermuda to rest!) There has been some question as to whether he will be criticized for leaving the country..." -- EDITH BOLLING WILSON. Autograph note signed as First Lady, to Mrs. Colby, Washington, D.C., 2 June 1920, 2 pages, oblong 12mo, a White House card, inviting Mrs. Colby and her daughters to visit -- HELEN H. TAFT. Autograph letter signed as First Lady, to Horatio King, Washington, D.C., 21 March 1910, 1 page, small 8vo, unusual bright blue White House stationery, formerly tipped to another sheet, "Thank you for the music you sent me..." -- GRACE COOLIDGE. Autograph letter signed as First Lady, to the wife of the Postmaster General, Mrs. H.S. New, Washington, D.C., n.d., 1¼ page, 4to, White House stationery, a warm thank-you note, "Really, you do think of the nicest things...Such things are done only by those who love us enough to consider our ways..." -- LOU HENRY HOOVER. Autograph letter signed as First Lady, to Miss Nicolay, "The President's Camp on the Rapidan," 9 June [1929-32], 3¼ pages, 4to, "The President's Camp" stationery, a letter to a motion-picture actress, "I am very sad that I have not been able to see your picture..."; HOOVER. Typed letter signed as First Lady, to Rosemary Louise O'Donnell, Washington, D.C., 25 March 1929, 1 page, 8vo, White House stationery, with envelope, "Will you thank your mother for letting me know that your birthday is March 4th [the same day President Hoover was inaugurated in 1929]? I...hope that you will grow up to be a good little girl..." -- GLORIA KING HARDING. Typed letter signed as First Lady, to Walter D. Fleck, Washington, D.C., 29 August 1921, 1 page, 4to, White House stationery, formerly mounted, "I was very much touched by the gift of beautiful flowers presented to me by Washington Post No. 1, American Disabled Veterans of the World War..." Together 7 items. (7) " /> [FIRST LADIES]. WILSON, ELLEN A. Autograph letter signed as First Lady-elect, to Mrs. Harrison, Princeton, 7 November 1912, <I>3¼ pages, 8vo, personal stationery</I>, discussing holiday plans, "Of course Mr. Wilson wants to go to Bermuda (he <I>always</I> wants to go to Bermuda to rest!) There has been some question as to whether he will be criticized for leaving the country..." -- EDITH BOLLING WILSON. Autograph note signed as First Lady, to Mrs. Colby, Washington, D.C., 2 June 1920, <I>2 pages, oblong 12mo, a White House card</I>, inviting Mrs. Colby and her daughters to visit -- HELEN H. TAFT. Autograph letter signed as First Lady, to Horatio King, Washington, D.C., 21 March 1910, <I>1 page, small 8vo, unusual bright blue White House stationery, formerly tipped to another sheet,</I> "Thank you for the music you sent me..." -- GRACE COOLIDGE. Autograph letter signed as First Lady, to the wife of the Postmaster General, Mrs. H.S. New, Washington, D.C., n.d., <I>1¼ page, 4to, White House stationery</I>, a warm thank-you note, "Really, you do think of the nicest things...Such things are done only by those who love us enough to consider our ways..." -- LOU HENRY HOOVER. Autograph letter signed as First Lady, to Miss Nicolay, "The President's Camp on the Rapidan," 9 June [1929-32], <I>3¼ pages, 4to, "The President's Camp" stationery</I>, a letter to a motion-picture actress, "I am very sad that I have not been able to see your picture..."; HOOVER. Typed letter signed as First Lady, to Rosemary Louise O'Donnell, Washington, D.C., 25 March 1929, <I>1 page, 8vo, White House stationery, with envelope</I>, "Will you thank your mother for letting me know that your birthday is March 4th [the same day President Hoover was inaugurated in 1929]? I...hope that you will grow up to be a good little girl..." -- GLORIA KING HARDING. Typed letter signed as First Lady, to Walter D. Fleck, Washington, D.C., 29 August 1921, <I>1 page, 4to, White House stationery, formerly mounted</I>, "I was very much touched by the gift of beautiful flowers presented to me by Washington Post No. 1, American Disabled Veterans of the World War..." <I>Together 7 items</I>. (7) | Christie's