- A 1967 signed letter from Jacqueline Kennedy
A typed, one-page letter on heraldic letterhead.
6 x 9 inches.
Dated November 16, 1967.
Features a large, crisp and wonderfully legible signature in black ink from Jackie Kennedy.
Kennedy writes to Marcel Guillaume, the production manager at Vogue magazine.
The letter reads in full:
Dear Mr Guillaume,
I do want to thank you for all you did in regards to the photographs for my trip to Cambodia.
I understand that you spent a great deal of your time working on this project and I am more grateful than I can ever say for your efforts and your kindness.
With appreciation. Yours sincerely.
Jackie Kennedy visited Cambodia in November 1967, where she saw the temple ruins of Angkor Wat - a lifelong ambition. Kennedy's unofficial visit helped improve US and Cambodian relations at the time.
An attractive piece of 1960s Kennedy history.
Provenance: Ex. Stanley Gibbons
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