A pair of typed letters on White House vice-presidential stationery, one dated October 27, 1972, the other dated August 27, 1973, each addressed to Beverly Hills, CA friends of the 39th Vice President of the United States, SPIRO T. AGNEW (1918-1996). The first letter thanks the couple for working hard on behalf of the party for the upcoming November 1972 election (Richard Nixon/Agnew against George McGovern and Sargent Shriver); the second, written only weeks before his October 10, 1973 resignation from the Vice Presidency, is of historical interest. It thanks the couple for the friendship ("......a source of strength at a most difficult time,.....". Both letters are hand signed in brown ink "Ted". Authenticity guaranteed. Both letters have some folds and creases in the paper, but are generally clean. Measurements 9 3/4" by 7 3/4" framed.
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