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Letter signed by Malcolm Forbes (1946)

Letter signed by Malcolm Forbes (1946)

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Returning from the war, Malcolm Forbes, the heir to the prestigious magazine, takes his first steps at Forbes.

Letter written and signed by Malcolm Forbes, then "Assistant Publisher" at Forbes, to Arthur Griswold. One page. In English. 14cm x 21cm. New York. December 26, 1946. Good condition. Single piece.

Malcolm Forbes (1919 - 1990) was the President of Forbes magazine, founded by his father, which he transformed into one of the most prosperous American financial magazines.

After being wounded in Germany during World War II, Malcolm joined the family business in 1946 as an assistant editor. He took on increasing responsibilities until 1964, when his father and brother, who had died at the time, left him as the sole owner of the company that he revolutionized with daring initiatives.

Malcolm Forbes was also known for having the largest collection of autographs and manuscripts related to American presidents, more than 4,000 documents, such as the manuscript of Abraham Lincoln's last speech and a letter from Albert Einstein from 1939, addressed to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, which led to the design of the atomic bomb. Malcolm Forbes once said:

None of my other investments give me more joy than autographs, because they make me feel like I have a piece of history in my hands.

This document is doubly interesting for being written by the young Malcolm Forbes the year he joined the family business and for featuring the Forbes New York masthead.

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