U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES PRINTED CARD, ACCOMPLISHED BY HAND, ASKING THAT THE BUREAU OF ENGRAVING EXTEND COURTESY TO A CERTAIN PARTY OF VISITORS. Clyde H. Smith.

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES PRINTED CARD, ACCOMPLISHED BY HAND, ASKING THAT THE BUREAU OF ENGRAVING EXTEND COURTESY TO A CERTAIN PARTY OF VISITORS.

Washington DC: U.S. House of Representatives, 1938. Original document. Accomplished and signed by Smith. Dated May 19, 1938. Addressed to Hon. A.W. Hall, Bureau of Engraving. "Any courtesy you may extend to Mr. A.C. Heald and party will be appreciated [signed] Clyde H. Smith, M.C., Maine." Very Good. Item #041416

Clyde Harold Smith (1876-1940) was a businessman, school superintendent, and held local and state offices in Maine. Elected as a Republican to the US Congress, he served from 1937 until his death, when his wife Margaret Chase Smith was elected to fill the vacancy he left.

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