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BOB CARR - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 10/19/1977 - HFSID 79119

BOB CARR Signed letter of the Michigan Congressman on desegregation in a local school district. Accompanied by his signed envelope. Two items. Typed letter signed: "Bob Carr", as Congressman, in blue ink, 2 pages (integral leaf), 7x½9.

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BOB CARR
Signed letter of the Michigan Congressman on desegregation in a local school district. Accompanied by his signed envelope. Two items.
Typed letter signed: "Bob Carr", as Congressman, in blue ink, 2 pages (integral leaf), 7x½9. Accompanied by his signed envelope, "Bob Carr" in blue ink, 7¼x4½, fine condition. Washington, D.C., October 19, 1977. On his official letterhead House of Representatives, to "Dear Dr. Goldberg" Herman Goldberg, Associate Commissioner for Equal Educational Opportunity Programs, in full: "My administrative Assistant, Bernie Schroeder, has briefed me on your effort to secure at least minimum funding for the Lansing school district desegregation plan. I wanted to write this personal note to thank you for those efforts. The money which your office provided insures that the school district will at least be able to fund a minimum program to implement their desegregation plan. It also will preserved needed jobs within the school district. I am aware of your displeasure with the written proposals you have received from the school district the past two years. I have discussed this problem personally with Carl Candoli and he has assured me of renewed efforts to upgrade their proposals. I will look forward to working with you and him next year in assuring amore justified grant. But again, this letter is by way of personal thank you for your efforts on behalf of this serious problem in my district. Best wishes and warmest regards. Sincerely". Milton Robert Carr, or better known as Bob Carr (b.1943) took office in 1975 as a U.S. Representative from Michigan's 6th district. He served consecutive terms until 1981, losing his seat in 1980 but regaining it in 1982. He served until 1995, switching to Michigan's 8th district in 1993. In his second term he was named to the House Committee on Appropriations. After he left the House Carr became a consultant in international business and government affairs. Normal mailing folds. Fine condition.

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