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CARL T. CURTIS - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 03/10/1972 - HFSID 189696

As U.S. Senator, he signs a typed letter to an organizer at the Republican National Committee, thanking him for helping to organize a Lincoln Day event in Lincoln. Accompanied by original mailing envelope. Typed Letter signed: "Carl" as US Senator, 1 page, 8x10.

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CARL T. CURTIS
As U.S. Senator, he signs a typed letter to an organizer at the Republican National Committee, thanking him for helping to organize a Lincoln Day event in Lincoln. Accompanied by original mailing envelope.
Typed Letter signed: "Carl" as US Senator, 1 page, 8x10. On official letterhead to W. Ernst Minor ("Dear Ernie"), Assistant to the Chairman, Republican National Committee, Washington, D.C. In full: "I want to express my thanks to you for the part you played in the arrangements of the dinner that was held in Lincoln on February 21st. We were delighted with the results. It was a big success and you were certainly, in part, responsible. I appreciate your kindness very much. With kindest personal regards I am, Sincerely yours". Lightly stained. Paperclip impression and rust stain at top left corner. Folded once and unfolded. Otherwise in fine condition. Accompanied by: Unsigned envelope from U. S. Senate stationery. Blue ink notations in unknown hand. 6¼x4¼. Postmarked Washington D. C., March 14, 1972. Addressed to Mr. W. Ernst Minor, Assistant to the Chairman of the Republican National Committee, Washington, D. C. Envelope is open and empty. Lightly rippled. Paperclip impression at bottom left corner. Neatly cut open at top edge. Otherwise in fine condition. Nebraskan Carl Thomas Curtis (1905-2000), a Republican, served in the US House of Representatives (1939-1954) and Senate (1954-1979). Known for his anti-communism and fiscal conservatism, Curtis was Barry Goldwater's floor manager at the 1964 Republican National Convention. He loyally supported President Nixon on the Vietnam War and throughout the Watergate crisis. After leaving the Senate he was a leader of the American Freedom Coalition, a conservative advocacy group. Lincoln Day dinners have been traditionally a major rallying and fundraising event in the calendar of the Republican Party (now called Reagan Day in some southern communities where the first Republican President is less fondly remembered). What better place for a Lincoln Day dinner than in Lincoln, Nebraska?

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