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Washington, D.C. 1941. 3 x 5-inch card signed "J.C. McR," Washington, D.C., February 17th 1941. Written to powerful New York attorney Frederic R. Coudert on his resigning his seat on the Supreme Court, in full: "Thank you my dear Coudert for your cordial note. It was true for me to quit. My stomach has limits!" Near fine condition. United States Attorney General and later Associate Justice on the United States Supreme Court (1914 - 1941).
Washington, D.C. 1953. 1 page, 10.5 x 8 inches, Washington, January 29, 1953, sending thanks to the recipient for sending a complimentary magazine subscription, in part: "...I don't want to seem to solicit your further courtesy, but I have certainly enjoyed the magazine, and I am very appreciative of your thoughtfulness in sending it to me. I have seen several state publications, but I know of none that approaches VERMONT LIFE. In my years in Washington, some of the warmest.....