TYPED LETTER SIGNED, TO W. G. MCADOO, ESQ., SEPTEMBER "&TH [@1920], ON STATIONERY OF HOTEL ST. REGIS, WITH ENGRAVING OF THE HOTEL IN UPPER LEFT CORNER: DEAR MR. MCADOO:I AM SO SORRY TO HEAR OF YOUR ILLNESS, AND HOPE THAT YOU WILL BE RELEASED PERFECTLY CURED. I HAVE HAD TWO SUCH EXPERIENCES AND CAN SYMPATHISE.LADY NORTHCLIFFE AND I HOPE THAT WHEN YOU ARE NEXT IN LONDON YOU WILL LET US KNOW, SO THAT AT ANY RATE WE MAY HELP YOU TO ESCAPE A BRITISH SABBATH.YOURS SINCERELY NORTHCLIFFESEPTEMBER "&TH.W.MCADOO, ESQ.

1920. 8" x 10". Light wear, Very Good. McAdoo was President Wilson's Secretary of the Treasury, and Northcliffe was the British publishing magnate who was Minister of Propaganda during World War I. Item #23328

Price: $50.00