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GENERAL JOSEPH HAWLEY HANDWRITTEN SIGNED LETTER

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226. JOSEPH R. HAWLEY (1826-1905). Union brigadier general commanding a brigade under Terry and participated in the Siege of Petersburg; later governor of Connecticut and was Mark Twain's next-door neighbor. ALS, 1p, 8"x10", Washington, DC, Feb 8, 1893. On Senate Chamber letterhead to George Lincoln, US Consul to Belgium. Hawley expresses appreciation for an engraving from Lincoln and continues regarding political matters. "...You will have heard of my reelection. It was preceded by quite a contest but it ended in a very kind temper so far as I was concerned. I shall be curious to know who is to be Secretary of State. There are democrats to whom I could go gladly to make suggestions. I shall 'watch out' as they say..." Darkly penned and signed in black ink. Light general toning; tipped at left edge to mount; two punch holes at left edge; two small tears without paper loss; else VG/Fine. Est: $60-140

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GENERAL JOSEPH HAWLEY HANDWRITTEN SIGNED LETTER

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226. JOSEPH R. HAWLEY (1826-1905). Union brigadier general commanding a brigade under Terry and participated in the Siege of Petersburg; later governor of Connecticut and was Mark Twain's next-door neighbor. ALS, 1p, 8"x10", Washington, DC, Feb 8, 1893. On Senate Chamber letterhead to George Lincoln, US Consul to Belgium. Hawley expresses appreciation for an engraving from Lincoln and continues regarding political matters. "...You will have heard of my reelection. It was preceded by quite a contest but it ended in a very kind temper so far as I was concerned. I shall be curious to know who is to be Secretary of State. There are democrats to whom I could go gladly to make suggestions. I shall 'watch out' as they say..." Darkly penned and signed in black ink. Light general toning; tipped at left edge to mount; two punch holes at left edge; two small tears without paper loss; else VG/Fine. Est: $60-140

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