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In National Archives exhibit, signed letters help tell the story of our
nation -- and beyond - The Washington Post
Culled from the billions of records maintained by the Archives, the more
than 100 examples in "Making Their Mark" offer surprises both moving and
ironic, from 10-year-old Michael Rosenberg's plaintive letter to President
Eisenhower pleading to save his parents from execution ("Please don't leave
my brother and I without a Mommy and Daddy") to Saddam Hussein's greeting
card of congratulations to his future war foe, George H.W. Bush, following
the latter's 1989 inauguration.

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