DescriptionTwo California Politician Signed Letters, 1970s. The first typed on City of Los Angeles letterhead, to JW in Beverly Hills, CA, dated "September 29, 1975," regarding a function for the Emperor and Empress of Japan, reading in part "I look forward to your being with Mrs. Bradley and me on / this historic event," signed in blue felt-tip ink in the lower right corner "Tom Bradley;" the second typed on personalized notepaper, to JW in Los Angeles, CA, dated "January 15, 1979," reading in part "...the marvelous spirit and resilience / with which you have met serious illness has / been an inspiration to us all," signed in blue felt-tip ink in the lower right corner "Jerry" [Edmund G. Brown, Jr.]; included is a file copy of a 1975 telegram Wayne sent to Brown reading "Governor congratulations from one of the loyal opposition."
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