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WOODROW WILSON TYPED LETTER SIGNED, single sheet, on his personal letterhead, from Princeton, July 17, 1912, to Mr. Peyton Cochran of Staunton, VA, in part "I get at my letters as I may in these distracting days and you may be sure that no message gave me greater or more solid satisfaction than yours from my old birthplace. I know how generous you have been in the work you have been doing for me and I want you to know how thoroughly I enjoy and appreciate your letter of July sixth." Housed under glass in a later frame.

Condition : Very good condition with fold creases, the lower vertical crease with separation. Not examined out of frame.

Circa : 1912.

Item Dimensions: 10" x 7 3/4" sheet.

Provenance : From the collection of H. C. Stuart and Emily Cochran, Stuart House, Staunton, VA. Property descended in the family of Archibald Stuart (1757-1832).

Estimate : 100 - 200

Catalog Note : Catalogue Note: Peyton Cochran (1880-1969) became acquainted with Wilson while a student at Princeton. Cochran founded and spearheaded the Wilson For President movement in Virginia.
Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $50.00
Final prices include buyers premium: $341.00
Estimate: $100.00 - $200.00
Number Bids:9