an oblong, accomplished in manuscript, lightly browned, A PROMISSORY NOTE SIGNED BY TRUMAN AND BOSS TOM PENDERGAST, a promissory note for $1,000, apparently free of interest, from the City Bank & Trust Co.: "One year after date we promise to pay..." Pendergast was the Kansas City Democratic political boss who played a key role in Truman's early political advancement; TRUMAN. Autograph note signed as President, to an unidentified recipient, [Washington, D.C., c. 1945-1953], an oblong, lightly browned, a section of a manila envelope, boldly inscribed, "Return to Sec of Defense HS. T"; TRUMAN. Typed document signed, French Lick, Indiana, 27 August 1955, 3½ pages, folio, a strongly worded address assailing the policies of the Eisenhower administration: "...When the Republican Congress and the Republican administration took office in 1953, they began tearing down the New Deal and the Fair Deal whenever they dared and as fast as they dared...When I was at the White House, I used to keep on my desk a sign which said 'The Buck Stops Here.' That is a precept every President ought to have on his desk..."; together 4 items. (4) " /> TRUMAN, HARRY S., <I>President</I>. Typed letter signed as President to James M. Pendergast, Washington, D.C., 22 September 1951, <I>1 page, 4to, on White House stationery</I>: "...I'll take a look at the situation and see what we can do about it. I was most happy to see you when I was in Kansas City. It looks as if we are making some progress with the redistricting program..."; TRUMAN. Document signed as Presiding Judge of Jackson County, countersigned by T. J. Pendergast, Kansas City, Missouri, 15 January 1934, <I>an oblong, accomplished in manuscript, lightly browned</I>, A PROMISSORY NOTE SIGNED BY TRUMAN AND BOSS TOM PENDERGAST, a promissory note for $1,000, apparently free of interest, from the City Bank & Trust Co.: "One year after date we promise to pay..." Pendergast was the Kansas City Democratic political boss who played a key role in Truman's early political advancement; TRUMAN. Autograph note signed as President, to an unidentified recipient, [Washington, D.C., c. 1945-1953], <I>an oblong, lightly browned</I>, a section of a manila envelope, boldly inscribed, "Return to Sec of Defense HS. T"; TRUMAN. Typed document signed, French Lick, Indiana, 27 August 1955, <I>3½ pages, folio</I>, a strongly worded address assailing the policies of the Eisenhower administration: "...When the Republican Congress and the Republican administration took office in 1953, they began tearing down the New Deal and the Fair Deal whenever they dared and as fast as they dared...When I was at the White House, I used to keep on my desk a sign which said 'The Buck Stops Here.' That is a precept every President ought to have on his desk..."; <I>together 4 items</I>. (4) | Christie's