POLAND CHIEF OF STATE JOZEF PILSUDSKI SIGNATURE LETTER to COL GILCHRIST US ARMY For Sale
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POLAND CHIEF OF STATE JOZEF PILSUDSKI SIGNATURE LETTER to COL GILCHRIST US ARMY:
POLAND CHIEF OF STATE JOZEF PILSUDSKI SIGNATURE LETTER to COL GILCHRIST US ARMY
Please see an English translation of the letter provided at the end of this listing. Measures about 6 3/4" x 8 3/4" folded. Shows signsof age and wear along with crinkles, small fold line tears, dirty smudge marks, spots, and stains. The signature portion is signed in ink and in excellent condition. Stationery letter manufactured by Poland's Paper Mills (see last attached photo of watermark silhouette image). Pleaseview all of the attached eight (8) photos carefully before offerding. What you see is what you get. You buy it, you own it. NO REFUNDS.
Please see my other listings for sale from my World War I military collection pertaining to Major GeneralHarry L. Gilchrist, U.S. Army,his military medical career and work, mostly involving chemical warfare. I've owned the collection for many years and it consists ofmiscellaneous documents, books, photographs, publications, rare blue prints, patents, special passports, letters from officers, foreign and domestic dignities, and VIPs.
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The letter translates as follows:
My dear Colonel,
The Extraordinary Commissioner for
fight against epidemics announces me, that
your stay in Poland, where you filled
the duties of Chief of the American Mission
against typhus - is nearing its end.-
The plans that you have sketched in
autumn 1919 had a full success you
allowing at the same time, to arrive
the execution of your designs, in concert
avic the Polish autories of health
It is therefore for me a real pleasure
to express yourself here, how much I appreciate
highly energetic action and so effective.-
In accomplishing this humanitarian task
I see one more proof of interest,
that your noble country bears to Poland, -
I wish you the same success in
the efforts you are going to deploy in Poland
in another quality and I beg you to believe,
my Dear Colonel, has all the consideration
that I attach to your person.-
Warsaw, Belvedere Palace - December 7, 1920
Head of the American Mission
against typhus in Poland.-