Dwight D. Eisenhower Sketch as President -- Eisenhower Draws a House, Resembling His Gettysburg Farm House Which He Used as a Retreat During His Presidency

Dwight D. Eisenhower pencil sketch as President. Eisenhower, an amateur painter, here draws a house, which resembles part of the Gettysburg farm house that Eisenhower would retreat to during his Presidency. Some numerical writing on sketch, and also ''Friday Dec. 3'', likely dating the sketch to 1954; upon the verso of the sheet is another, more simple, drawing of a house. Sheet measures 5.5'' x 5.75''. Another sheet measuring 5.5'' x 2.75'', upon which is written ''Rattand'', is also present. Some creasing, overall very good condition. From the collection of Malcolm S. Forbes.

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Dwight D. Eisenhower Sketch as President -- Eisenhower Draws a House, Resembling His Gettysburg Farm House Which He Used as a Retreat During His Presidency
Dwight D. Eisenhower Sketch as President -- Eisenhower Draws a House, Resembling His Gettysburg Farm House Which He Used as a Retreat During His Presidency
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