Washington DC: White House, 1914.
Typed letter signed by Wilson on White House stationary with brief message to Hon. Don M. Dickinson, Trenton, Michigan. Letter is on folded sheet with some soil, folds and tape residue, signature rather faded but legible. Item #16586
"My dear Mr. Dickinson: I am sorry you feel as you do about the post office appointment at Trenton and I sincerely hope that in the event you will be convinced that we have acted in the public interest. Cordially and sincerely yours, Woodrow Wilson"