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15 White House Return Letters with 20 Envelopes - From Presidents Incl. Carter, Ford, Regan, Nixon & Johnson

Presented is a collection of 20 White House return envelopes. Also included in the collection are 15 return letters answering requests from White House representatives. Each letter is dated and in parenthesis is the POTUS in office at the time.

The letters include: 1968 (Lyndon Johnson), 1973 (Richard Nixon), 1974 (Richard Nixon), two 1975 (Gerald Ford), 1976 (Gerald Ford), two 1977 (Gerald Ford), four 1978 (Jimmy Carter), 1979 (Jimmy Carter), 1980 (Jimmy Carter) and 1981 (Ronald Reagan). All letters and envelopes show expected aging and wear from storage/being mailed etc. These are from the collection of a longtime history buff who sent many requests to politicians around the world.

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