President Nixon Wishes A Speedy Recovery To The Jewish Admiral Lewis Strauss
by RICHARD NIXON
RICHARD NIXON (1913-1994). Nixon was the Thirty-Seventh President. LEWIS STRAUSS (1896-1974). Strauss was an American businessman and an influential member of the Atomic Energy Commission. A champion of the hydrogen bomb, he greatly influenced both Truman’s and Eisenhower’s nuclear policies. TLS. 1pg. 6 ¾” x 9”. November 29, 1972. The White House. A typed letter signed “RN” as President. He wrote to the Jewish admiral Lewis Strauss at the George Washington University Hospital: “Pat and I were deeply saddened to learn that you are in the hospital, and we just want to let you know that you have our hopes and prayers for a quick return to better health. Needless to say, we will be thinking of you in the days ahead and looking forward to the good news that you are fully recovered. As always, our warmest regards to you and Alice.” The letter has a central mailing fold, an embossed Presidential seal at the top, and two small staple holes. The condition is fine. (Inventory #: 4180)
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