Albert B. Fall Signature
Identifier: AC 078-P
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A partial page of a hotel register from the Victoria Hotel in Kingston, New Mexico. This partial page contains eight signatures including the signature of Albert B. Fall dated June 16, 1887.
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Albert B. Fall was a lawyer in New Mexico. He served as a United States senator in 1913 and in 1919 and as the Secretary of Interior under President Warren G. Harding. Fall was convicted as one of the principal characters in the Teapot Dome scandal of 1921-1924.
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