Carlos P. Romulo (1899-1985). He was a Filipino diplomat, politician, soldier, journalist and author. He was a reporter at 16, a newspaper editor by the age of 20, and a publisher at 32. He is the co-founder of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines. He served eight Philippine presidents from Presiden Manuel Quezon to President Ferdinand Marcos as a cabinet member or as the country’s representative to the United States and to the United Nations. He served as the President of the Fourth Session of United Nations general Assembly from 1949-1950, and chairman of the United Nations Security Council. He had served with General douglas MacArthur in the Pacific, was Ambassador to the United States, and became the first Asian to win the Putlitzer Prize in journalism in 1942. He was a candidate for the position of United Nations Secretary-Generalin 1953, but did not win. Romulo, in all, wrote and published 18 books, which included The United (novel), I Walked with Heroes (autobiography), I Saw the Fall of the Philippines , Mother America and I See the Philippines Rise (war-time memoirs). His signature on a 1 page typed letter signed, dated June 13, 1950. Not an easy autograph to find. Pages of History provides a lifetime guarantee of authenticity. We are full time autograph and document dealers registered with the UACC (#036), and members of the Manuscript Society.