Washington, D.C. 9 April 1953. Letter. A gracious two-page Typed Letter SIGNED "Felix" on Supreme Court of the United States stationery (4-1/2" x 6-7/8") to historian Samuel Eliot Morison and his wife, Priscilla. In full: "The company was worthy of the Mouton Rothschild, and the magnum was worthy of the company. What a good time was had -- and, I could not escape the conviction, not merely by me. As for me, I stored up such delightful and permanent memories that I can draw upon them for those dispiriting moments to which all flesh is heir, and of which Washington provides its own special brands. I shall continue to savor the introductory period when we were only three, indeed the few seconds when Priscilla all by herself dominated the charming living-room -- and the party was also closed for me by her. My warmest appreciation." Normal creases from mailing. Fine. Item #019668

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