Autograph Note Signed

SPIRO AGNEW BITTER 1968 AUTOGRAPH NOTE on Labor Brochure Memo from Cope

SPIRO AGNEW BITTER 1968 AUTOGRAPH NOTE on Labor Brochure Memo from Cope
SPIRO AGNEW BITTER 1968 AUTOGRAPH NOTE on Labor Brochure Memo from Cope

SPIRO AGNEW BITTER 1968 AUTOGRAPH NOTE on Labor Brochure Memo from Cope
Governor of Maryland and Vice President of the United States under Nixon. A Bitter AUTOGRAPH NOTE by SPIRO AGNEW as Governor of Maryland penned on "Memo from Cope", a Labor Brochure supporting Hubert Humphrey. Committee on Political Education, AFL-CIO, 1968. Quarto, 11 inches high by 8-1/2 inches wide. Issue number 10-68 of the May 13, 1968 4-page labor brochure "Memo from Cope", promoting the candidacy of Hubert Horatio Humphrey, nicknamed "3-H" by them. Penned in blue ink at the upper left is a bitter note by Spiro Agnew, then Governor of Maryland, addressed to his chief of staff Arthur J. Sohmer: "Art - Ask our labor friends why they're always able to go'gung-ho' for some people but can't find a buck for others". Unsigned but penned in Agnew's hand. The brochure is folded for mailing with the mailing label addressed to "Hon S T Agnew" at the Governors Mansion, Annapolis, MD. There is minor soiling along the top edge of the brochure, else near fine.

The brochure lists George Meany as Chairman. I UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF THE ABOVE AUTOGRAPH! All items are guaranteed authentic and as described.

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  • Industry: Politics
  • Addressed to: Arthur Sohmer
  • Provenance: From estate of Agnew's chief of staff
  • Autograph Authentication: Blue Mountain Books & Manuscripts, Ltd.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Modified Item: No


SPIRO AGNEW BITTER 1968 AUTOGRAPH NOTE on Labor Brochure Memo from Cope