Envelope Sent from Mexico to US Secretary of State in 1941

Envelope Sent from Mexico to US Secretary of State in 1941

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This is an actual envelope from a piece of mail sent from Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico to the United States Secretary of State at the American Consular Service in Washington, D.C., USA. There are 4 Mexican stamps in the top right hand corner of the envelope, and it has been processed by the Mexican post office. It is stamped Via-Air-Mail in large letters on the front and the smaller stamps indicate that the letter was sent from Mazatlan on June 16, 1941. The back of the envelope has been stamped "From the Franklin D. Roosevelt Collection. Authenticated by H.R. Harmer Inc., N.Y." The envelope measures 10 3/8" x 4 1/2" and is still in nice shape as can be seen in the photos.
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This is an actual envelope from a piece of mail sent from Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico to the United States Secretary of State at the American Consular Service in Washington, D.C., USA. There are 4 Mexican stamps in the top right hand corner of the envelope, and it has been processed by the Mexican post office. It is stamped Via-Air-Mail in large letters on the front and the smaller stamps indicate that the letter was sent from Mazatlan on June 16, 1941. The back of the envelope has been stamped "From the Franklin D. Roosevelt Collection. Authenticated by H.R. Harmer Inc., N.Y." The envelope measures 10 3/8" x 4 1/2" and is still in nice shape as can be seen in the photos.

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