STANLEY HATHAWAY. Typed Letter signed: "Stan" as
Governor, 1p, 8½x11. Cheyenne, Wyoming, 1972 August 1, on
Governor's letterhead to W. Ernest Minor, Cincinnati, Ohio. In full:
"Thank you for advising me that you are leaving the Washington scene to
joint the Environmental Protection Agency in Cincinnati, your home town. You
have given great service to the Vice President and the Republican National
Committee, and you have earned the right to be relieved of your Washington
duties. Although it is an exciting place to be for a while, I am sure that
living closer to home will be much more rewarding. I was pleased greatly by the
President's selection of our good friend, Ted Agnew, to run with him again. You
know of my great admiration for the Vice President, and I believe that he will
continue to be a strong asset to the administration. We haven't been to
Cincinnati since Jim Rhoads had us there for a Governor's Conference, but if we
get there again, we will look you up. With best wishes, I am Sincerely".
Stanley Hathaway (1924-2005), a Republican, was Governor of Wyoming
(1967-1975), and Secretary of the Interior in the Ford administration
(1975). Fine condition.
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