[Harold Wilson, Labour prime minister.] Christmas card, signed by Wilson, his wife Mary and son Giles, together with his foreign secretary George Brown and his wife Sophie, who writes a message in German.

Harold Wilson (1916-1995), Labour prime minister; his wife Mary Wilson (1916-2018); his son Giles Wilson; George Brown (1914-1985), Labour politician; his wife Sophie Brown [Sophia Levene] (1911-1990)
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1966. Christmas card by Lum & Feher Press, Honolulu.

In good condition, lightly aged and worn. Christmas card with unusual image of the three wise men (in Roman helmets) seen from behind, following the guiding star as it leads them across a Hawaian beach to the hut in which the birth of the messiah is occurring. Printed message in card in Hawaian and English. The reverse of the second leaf has nothing printed on it other than the publisher's slug, and at the head the prime minister has written 'Happy Christmas'. Beneath this, one above the other, are the five signatures: 'Harold Wilson | Mary Wilson. | Giles Wilson.

[ Honolulu imprint; pamphlet ] A Memorandum. "For Private Circulation and Not for Publication".

Walter F. Dillingham [See Wikipedia]
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Honolulu, Hawaii, 1932.

Pamphlet, [12]pp., inclusive of printed beige (unless aged white) wraps, poor condition, frayed crumbling edges, closed tears, but text complete. I.e. requires binding. Manuscript note on title, "The truth about the Massie Fortesque Case" with illegible initials. With: typed biography of the author, Walter Francis Dillingham, Hawaiian entrepreneur and statesman, known by some as "Mr Hawaii". Scarce; copies held only by Oregon and Honolulu libraries (WorldCat).

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