Signed Envelope with FDR and ER stamps with a musical scale
by Jackson, Graham W., Sr.(1903-1983)
1975. 12mo. Fine. 12mo. Jackson was the Black chief petty officer who often played the accordion for FDR at his Georgia retreat Warm Springs and was made famous in the LIFE magazine hotograph of him playing as FDR's coffin was moved from the Little White House to Washington, DC. He is reputed to be one of only 3 people present when FDR died.With an ALS from Tom Ryan 1 page, 8-1/2 x 11 inches transmitting the signed envelope to his friend Don and telling the story of celebrating Graham Jackson's 25 wedding anniversary in Atlanta the evening before. brooklyn (Inventory #: 304912)
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