New York: 1931.
1 page, 10.5 x 7.25 inches, New York, April 8, 1931, responding to an admirer, in part: "...It is mighty gratifying to me to know that you enjoy the radio talks and I want to tell you how deeply I appreciate your expression of interest. I am very happy to autograph the card you sent me and you will find it attached to this letter." That card is included with this letter, is unevenly toned, and has mounting remnants on the back; very good(-) condition. The letter has natural folds and is in fine condition.
Pioneer American aviator and war correspondent during World War I. While at the Battle of Belleau Woods in France, he lost an eye after being hit by German gunfire while trying to rescue an American soldier behind the lines. He is considered the very first "action" war correspondent in American journalism.
Condition: Very Good