Barry Morris Goldwater (1909-98) Typed Letter Signed, "Barry", 8 x 10, on "United States Senate" letterhead, December 29, 1971, to Mrs. Roscoe Turner, the wife of aviation pioneer Roscoe Turner, about making hotel arrangements for a visit with a group of friends (most likely for the Indianapolis 500 auto race), in part: "...arrange for six of us at the Airport In. There will be General and Mrs. Quinn, Colonel and Mrs. Drum, and Peggy and me...We're really looking forward to it, so stand by and get Indianapolis ready for a blast....", by the American politician, businessman, and author who was a five-term Senator from Arizona and the Republican Party nominee for president of the United States in 1964. Mrs. Turner has made a note at the bottom of the letter: "Wrote 1-6-72, hotel will write, pay direct". In fine condition.