1 page, 4to, five-star stationery, "It worries me a bit to find that you have not yet shaken this queer disease that you picked up in France. Please tell Nell...that...a ball bat applied in a suitable spot is quite frequently effective in quieting any tendencies to 'be up and about'..."; EISENHOWER. Typed letter signed to the same, n.p. [New York?], 10 September 1948, 1 page, 4to, five-star stationery, "...If you can possibly get back this way before the snow sets in, we will most certainly have that game of golf..."; EISENHOWER. Typed letter signed to Brigadier General Robert Cutler, n.p. [Gettysburg?], 7 February 1962, 1 page, 4to, personal stationery, regretting he cannot accept an invitation; EISENHOWER. Typed letter signed as President-elect, to Mr. and Mrs. S.H. McVitty, New York, 12 January 1953, 1 page, 4to, five-star stationery, "...Since November 4th my thoughts have turned often to those whose faith and support...helped to make victory possible..."; EISENHOWER. Typed letter signed to Woodruff, n.p. [New York?], 11 January 1950, 1 page, 4to, five-star stationery, "...I am determined that there must be one man on the spot whom I have an outside chance of beating at golf. You are the only one who qualifies..."; together 5 items. (5) " /> EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D., <I>President</I>. Typed letter signed as Supreme Commander of NATO, to R.W. Woodruff, "Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe," 13 November 1951, <I>1 page, 4to, five-star stationery</I>, "It worries me a bit to find that you have not yet shaken this queer disease that you picked up in France. Please tell Nell...that...a ball bat applied in a suitable spot is quite frequently effective in quieting any tendencies to 'be up and about'..."; EISENHOWER. Typed letter signed to the same, n.p. [New York?], 10 September 1948, <I>1 page, 4to, five-star stationery</I>, "...If you can possibly get back this way before the snow sets in, we will most certainly have that game of golf..."; EISENHOWER. Typed letter signed to Brigadier General Robert Cutler, n.p. [Gettysburg?], 7 February 1962, <I>1 page, 4to, personal stationery,</I> regretting he cannot accept an invitation; EISENHOWER. Typed letter signed as President-elect, to Mr. and Mrs. S.H. McVitty, New York, 12 January 1953, <I>1 page, 4to, five-star stationery</I>, "...Since November 4th my thoughts have turned often to those whose faith and support...helped to make victory possible..."; EISENHOWER. Typed letter signed to Woodruff, n.p. [New York?], 11 January 1950, <I>1 page, 4to, five-star stationery</I>, "...I am determined that there must be one man on the spot whom I have an outside chance of beating at golf. You are the only one who qualifies..."; <I>together 5 items</I>. (5) | Christie's