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    1912 Zack Wheat Handwritten Signed Letter--He Meets President Taft. Full text: "April 9-12, My Dear Dais, Just a few lines before we go, we leave in 20 minutes so you see must be in a hurry. We lost today I only played part of game my ankle got tired and I quit. I want to be in the opener, see? Don't know anything new to tell my big girls, was sight-seeing this a.m., visited the Treasury, Bureau of Engraving, Congressional Library and White House shook hands with "Bill." I'd like to play ball in his backyard. Sweetheart must quit they are leaving. Love and Kisses, Your Buck." Two-page letter is penned on letterhead from a Washington D.C. hotel, with all ink in 9/10 or better strength. Pages have some edge chipping, original mailing folds. A rare and desirable ALS from the Hall of Fame outfielder. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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