Autographs of Cardinals From Around the World

While not entirely in line with the collection the following are autographs in various forms of cardinals from all over the world. In many cases these autographs are FDCs, that is, First Day Covers (envelopes with a new stamp postmarked on the day it is released). Also included are some signed photographs and letters.
These cardinals are listed by their countries of origin. Many of them became prominent in the Roman Curia. That information is not listed.

Cardinal William Keeler (1931 -) Baltimore, Maryland

Cardinal Justin Rigali (1935 -) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Cardinal Francis George, OMI (1937 -) Chicago, Illinois

Cardinal Edward Egan (1932 -) New York, New York.
There are two autographs of his.

Cardinal William Levada (1936 -) Portland, Oregon & San Francisco, CA

Cardinal Bernard Law (1931 -) Boston, Massachusetts
There are two autographs of his.

Cardinal Anthony Bevilcqua (1926 -) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
There are two autographs of his.

Cardinal Pietro Gasparri (1852 – 1934)

Cardinal Gasparri served from 1914–1930 as Cardinal Secretary of State. During the pontificate of
Pius XI the Lateran Treaty was signed establishing Vatican City State which recognized full sovereignty for the Vatican. Cardinal Gasparri was very involved in the treaty, signing for the Pope.

Cardinal Francis Arinze (1932 -) Nigeria

Cardinal Arinze was considered a strong, potential candidate for the papacy during the last conclave. He was the Prefect Emeritus of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments. He succeeded Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger in this position when he was elected pope.