George H. W. Bush Autograph Birthday Note Signed to Ronald Reagan.

"Dear Mr. President, Barb and I sing 'Happy Birthday to you' - with many happy returns! All Bushes join in": Rare autograph birthday note warmly inscribed by George H.W. Bush as Vice President to Ronald Reagan as President

George H. W. Bush Autograph Birthday Note Signed to Ronald Reagan.

BUSH, George H. W. [Ronald Reagan].

$7,500.00

Item Number: 114005

Autograph note signed and inscribed by George H.W. Bush as Vice President to Ronald Reagan as President on his birthday. One page, with the official emblem of the Vice President, the note reads, “Feb. 6, 1984 Dear Mr. President, Barb and I sing “Happy Birthday to you” – with many happy returns! All Bushes join in – George.” In fine condition. Double matted and framed with a portrait of Bush and Reagan. The entire piece measures 20 inches 16.5 inches. A remarkable association.

After receiving the Republican nomination in the 1980 presidential election, Reagan selected one of his opponents in the primaries, George H. W. Bush (who would succeed him in 1989), to be his running mate. Reagan was 69 years old when he was sworn into office for his first term on January 20, 1981. In his inaugural address, he addressed the country's economic malaise, arguing: "In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problems; government is the problem." As vice president, Bush generally maintained a low profile, recognizing the constitutional limits of the office, and enjoyed good relationships with the Reagan family and staffers.

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