FIORELLO LAGUARDIA Signature in the return address of an envelope postmarked at a philatelic convention in New York Envelope signed: “F LaGuardia”, 6½x3½. Typed address of H. W. Correll, Chamber of Commerce, Pittsburgh, Pa, postmarked at the Philatelic Exhibition Station, New York, N.Y, with anniversary stamps of Michigan and Texas affixed. Republican Fiorello Henry LaGuardia (1882-1947) was Mayor of New York City for three terms (1934-1945). LaGuardia became nationally known for his sweeping reforms of city government, creation of Depression-Era jobs and ambitious projects, which included clearing slums and building roads, housing, schools, parks and playgrounds and the city’s first airport, which was subsequently named in his honor. Lightly worn. Lightly creased. Lightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition. – Please contact us if you have any questions or require additional information. HFSID 34572
Makes a memorable one-of-a-kind gift or unique centerpiece for your home or office!
Use the Amazon “Make an Offer” option and get a quick response today!
UACC registered dealer #RD110 and long-standing member of the Manuscript Society – In business since 1981.
We offer authentic autographs & manuscripts and every purchase is backed by a certificate of authenticity – Buy with confidence!
We are here to answer any questions you may have regarding this or any other piece. We have an outstanding reputation for the thoroughness of our research, for our business integrity and for our service to our clients.