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#221 - Warren G. Harding

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Description                           Estimate: $500+          

Partly-printed DS as president, one page both sides, 10.5 x 16, June 5, 1922. Extradition document issued by President Harding, in part: "Whereas, It appears, but information in due form by me received, that Nick Latinovich, charged with the crime of larceny, is a fugitive from the justice of the United States, supposed to have taken refuge in Canada…Application has been made to the British authorities for the extradition of said fugitive…You are hereby authorized and empowered…to receive the said Nick Latinovich…and hold him in your custody, and conduct him from such place of delivery in Canada…to and into the United States, there to surrender the said Nick Latinovich to the proper authorities of the State of Wisconsin." Signed at the conclusion by President Harding and countersigned by Secretary of State Charles E. Hughes. The large seal affixed to the left of the signatures is present but cracked at the top. In fine condition, with horizontal storage folds, light toning, and a small split along one of the folds.

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