Theodore Roosevelt, Signature on Appointment Document
Theodore Roosevelt signature on an appointment for Assistant Secretary of War.
This boldly signed document appoints William Cary Sanger as Assistant Secretary of War. The document is countersigned by Sanger’s new boss, Elihu Root. Sanger would hold the post for two years. A few years later, Sanger would be president of the American delegation to the Geneva Conventions of 1906.
Very good; some edge toning and soiling, easily matted to conceal.
Roosevelt, Theodore. Partly Printed Document, signed in full. Folio; 1pg.; bright blue seal. 22″ x 18″, shrinkwrapped to foam core.