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Henry Cabot Lodge Sr. - Finally popular depot brand 1890 02 15 Signature

Henry Cabot Lodge Sr. - Signature 02/15/1890


Henry Cabot Lodge Sr. - Signature 02/15/1890


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HENRY CABOT LODGE SR. Massachusetts senator sings his name, date, and location in black ink Signature: "Henry Cabot Lodge" in black ink. 4x2½. February 15, 1890. Washington, D.C. Lodge (1850-1924, born in Boston, Massachusetts) represented Massachusetts in the US House (1887-1893) and Senate (1893-1924). He was a vocal proponent of American involvement in World War I following the sinking of the Lusitania and, as Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, led the fight against US membership in the League of Nations. Lodge, a Republican, was not an isolationist like some League opponents. Instead, he argued that the US must be free to pursue its own interests without needing the consent of an international organization. (An additional motive was his ardent dislike of President Wilson) A scholar as well as a politician, Lodge was Harvard's first PhD in history. His grandson, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. (1902-1985), was a US Senator, Ambassador to the United Nations and to South Vietnam and the Republican Vice Presidential nominee in 1960. Toned. Slightly stained. Fine condition. - Please contact us if you have any questions or require additional information. HFSID 320317

Henry Cabot Lodge Sr. - Signature 02/15/1890

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