Texas Senator Ralph Yarborough Handwritten Letter Signed Thanksgiving Day 1959 For Sale
This is written in the hand of Ralph Yarborough and signed in the hand of him not a copy and it was done on Nov 26 1959 on Thanksgiving Day
Dr. John Palmer was a friend of Ralph for many years
Texas Senator Ralph Yarborough HandWritten Letter Signed Thanksgiving Day Nov 26 1959 Written to Dr. John Palmer about President Lincoln Jefferson Washington Signed and Dated Nov 26 1959 Austin Texas Book is The 150th Anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln 1809 1959 This book is dated 1959 It also has a smaller book that comes with it that is in envolope on back cover
This is a news paper article on Ralph Yarborough and Dr. John Palmer in South Texas
Brownsville HERALD, SoncUj, October U, INt-P*** »A GIFT GIVING IS IN STYLE — Sen. Ralph .Yarborough — in town for the installation of M. M. (Barney) Hale as U. S. Marshal of the Southern District of Texas—participated Friday in two gift-giving ceremonies. In the top photo, Hale is presented with an authenticated Wells Fargo shotgun, vintage of the early 1870's. From the left is Marshal Hale, Dr. John R. Palmer and Sen. Yarborough. Dr. Palmer and the senator jointly presented Hale with the double-barreled weapon. In the bottom photo, Sen. Yarborough presents a book on early clay railroading in the Valley to an old friend, County Judge Oscar C. Dancy . The judge is convalescing from a pelvic fracture suffered in a recent traffic mishap. The gift book is "Uriah Lotfc," a railroad pioneer in the border country. Stocks Resting After A Week Of Bland Activity By DAVID DEITCH NEW YORK (UPI) —The slock j market this week generally was described as "resting comfort »bly," almost stalemated in fact, against a background of equally bland business news. There was some selective demand in the industrial list, however. Railroad shares climbed to their highest level ol the year after considerable effort, and the reliable utility section bounded to a peak not seen In over thirty years. The narrowly erratic industrials still remained boxed inside of a month-old trading range of about 20 points on average, forming a "base" according to some analysts, and
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Texas Senator Ralph Yarborough Handwritten Letter Signed Thanksgiving Day 1959: $2,500