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#38 - Warren G. Harding

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“The greatest Republican victory in the history of the country”

TLS, one page, 6.25 x 8, United States Senate letterhead, November 16, 1920. Letter to Hampton Moore, mayor of Philadelphia. In part: “I was delighted to have your message of congratulations on the night of November 2nd. Philadelphia and Pennsylvania helped notably in securing the greatest Republican victory in the history of the country. Please know how grateful I am for the part you had therein.” Affixed to a same-size mount. Toning to borders and dampstaining to bottom edge, otherwise fine condition. Harding had just secured the presidency in the November 2 election by one of the greatest popular vote margins in history—the largest since 1820, when James Monroe had run unopposed. Pre-certified John Reznikoff/PSA/DNA.

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