Autograph note signed by Ronald Reagan on his personal letterhead as follows, “20 Sept. ’89 Dear Ford and Norma, Thanks for your letter and generous words, I’m more grateful than I can say. Thank you too for your prayers. They were answered & I have had an almost instant recovery, at home and feeling just great. Nancy sends her best to you. Again thanks & Best Regards, Ron.” In September if 1989, President Ronald Reagan underwent routine brain surgery for the removal of a subdural hematoma resulted from a horse-back riding accident. An accomplished rider, he was thrown from a bucking horse while visiting the ranch of personal friend William Wilson in Cananea, Mexico. Matted and framed. Affixed to the back of the frame is the envelope in which the letter was sent addressed in Reagan’s hand: “Mr. and Mrs. Ford B. Ford 12115 Breckenridge Lane Woodbridge, Va. 22192.” Reagan has also signed his name in pen in the return address. The entire piece measures 18 inches by 13.5 inches. Rare and desirable.
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