1 page, 4to, White House stationery, one word neatly clipped (protecting the identity of a lady), on relations with Congress: "...I am very much hoping to meet the suggestion which your letter conveys, but I am really having a very stiff protest made by a member of Congress. I am trying to iron out the situation..." -- HERBERT HOOVER. Typed letter signed as President, to journalist John C. Shaffer, Washington, D.C., 9 June 1930, 1 page, 4to, White House stationery, thanking The Indianapolis Star for loyal support of his administration "in the difficult months..."; HOOVER. Autograph note signed to an unidentified recipient, [Stamford], 14 July 1945, 1 page, an oblong, Stamford University notecard, "This is to express both my hopes and good wishes for your recovery..." Together 4 items. (4) " /> [PRESIDENTS]. McKINLEY, WILLIAM. Autograph letter signed as President, to his wife Helen McKinley, Washington, D.C., 27 April 1900, <I>1 page, 8vo, in pencil, Executive Mansion stationery, 1-cent stamp affixed to margin,</I> a hurried note: "Have returned -- all well. How is Sallie?" Rare in office -- WARREN G. HARDING. Typed letter signed as President, to Senator Rebecca Felton, Washington, D.C., 23 November 1922, <I>1 page, 4to, White House stationery, one word neatly clipped (protecting the identity of a lady),</I> on relations with Congress: "...I am very much hoping to meet the suggestion which your letter conveys, but I am really having a very stiff protest made by a member of Congress. I am trying to iron out the situation..." -- HERBERT HOOVER. Typed letter signed as President, to journalist John C. Shaffer, Washington, D.C., 9 June 1930, <I>1 page, 4to, White House stationery</I>, thanking <I>The Indianapolis Star</I> for loyal support of his administration "in the difficult months..."; HOOVER. Autograph note signed to an unidentified recipient, [Stamford], 14 July 1945, <I>1 page, an oblong, Stamford University notecard</I>, "This is to express both my hopes and good wishes for your recovery..." <I>Together 4 items.</I> (4) | Christie's