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    Howard Hughes Handwritten Letter Display. A two-page, handwritten letter in pencil to Colonel Robert C. Kuldell, the general manager of Hughes Tool Co., circa 1937, signed by Hughes. It reads: "Dear Colonel, Thanks for your letter of May 10th. I understand the Brewery radio situation thoroughly now, and will explain to Mr. Shurr why we are not interested. I am as glad as you are, no doubt, to find the $340,000 was not a loss. Shall appreciate hearing from you when you have completed your investigation of the various cost and profit ratios mentioned. As ever, my very best regards, Howard". The letter is in Very Fine condition with fold creases and mild staining and binder holes to the top of the second page. It has been matted and framed along with a b&w 8" x 10" photo of Hughes (with a Hughes Aircraft stamp en verso) to an overall size of 35" x 20". Accompanied by LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    October, 2006
    6th-7th Friday-Saturday
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