J. EDGAR HOOVER

(1895-1972). In 1924 he was appointed Director of the Bureau of Investigation, later called the Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.). He held the post for nearly fifty years, his administration lasting from Coolidge to Nixon

Typed Letter Signed, on "F.B.I." stationery, 4to, Washington, D.C., November 7, 1962.

To an F.B.I. agent marked personal. "You are to be commended for your excellent contributions to the installation of the auxiliary power unit of Oklahoma City Division in a new and more permanent location." He continues by expressing his appreciation for the voluntary work and overtime at "much personal inconvenience." Signed "J. Edgar Hoover." A good internal letter. Very Good.

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