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FRANKFURTER, Felix (1882-1965) Associate Justice, U.S. Supreme Court. Nominated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Served on the Court for 23 years. MULLINS, William D. (1932-1986) State representative from Massachusetts. Mullins Center Arena on the campus of University of Mass named in his honor. FUCHS, Emil (1878-1961) German-born American baseball club owner and executive. Fuchs was the attorney for John McGraw's N.Y. Giants when he bought the Boston Braves with Christy Mathewson in 1922. During 1923, the team presidency turned over to Fuchs and he hired Rogers Hornsby. When Fuchs learned that Babe Ruth's days as a N.Y. Yankee were numbered, Fuchs bought Ruth from Jacob Ruppert.
Autograph letter signed, two full pages on a large imprinted Supreme Court of the United States card (4"x6") April 2/58 Frankfurter writes: "What?! Emil is 80! But then why should be startled? I've just passed my 75th. I wish I could join you and I appreciate it very much the terms in which you ask me. But it just cannot be - much as I could reminisce of our early days. Emil's and mine. Join me in your toast to him, when you raise your glass and give him my warmest salutations. And "auld lang syne" to you with this Scotch slogan. Yours sincerely, Felix Frankfurter." Two very minor scotch tape stains not touching any of the writing , otherwise in very good condition. Frankfurter is quite scarce in handwritten material and anything with such nice personal content by Frankfurter is seldom seen..........................................$675.00