First Lady of the United States MARY TODD LINCOLN mourning cover handwritten and free franked address panel to Supreme Court Justice. Post marked June 18th from Chicago. In May 1865 after President Lincoln's assassination, Mary Todd Lincoln and her sons, Robert and Tad, left Washington D.C. for Chicago. They resided there until leaving for Europe in 1868.Along with her signature Mrs. Lincoln has written "Hon David Davis - U. S. Supreme Court Washington D.C."Mary Todd writes to David Davis, Lincoln's campaign manager in 1860, he was also appointed by President Lincoln to the U.S. Supreme Court in 1862.CERTIFIED AUTHENTIC BY JAMES SPENCE (JSA) Authentication Services EXPERT EXAMINATION. Sale includes original JSA Letter of Authenticity. GUARANTEED GENUINE - simply one of the finest MARY LINCOLN documents available on the market.UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED GENUINE.Originally sold by renowned document dealer Kenneth Rendell, and later sold at auction by University Archives. All documentation included.Small tear to the top left side of the document, otherwise in pristine condition.Bid with confidence. Please view our exceptional feedback and ratings, and our additional autograph auctions.Own a remarkable piece of American history! The perfect gift for the Civil War collector, autograph enthusiast, or History buff. A must-have addition to the Executive Office, den, or "Man Cave".Sold as is, as shown.
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