CHARLES E. CHAMBERLAIN - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 07/16/1973 - HFSID 79121
CHARLES E. CHAMBERLAIN He writes a letter to the Associate Commissioner of the Office of Education inquiring the status of an application for school reform. Typed letter signed: "Charles E. Chamberlain", in blue ink, 1 page 8x10½. Washington, D.C., January 21, 1974.
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CHARLES E. CHAMBERLAIN
He writes a letter to the Associate Commissioner of the Office of Education inquiring the status of an application for school reform.
Typed letter signed: "Charles E. Chamberlain", in blue ink, 1 page 8x10½. Washington, D.C., January 21, 1974. On Congressional letterhead to "Dear Mr. Goldberg" Herman Goldberg, Associate Commissioner, Office of Education, in full: "In accordance with the attached copy of your letter to me of February 23, 1973., the Jackson Public Schools of Jackson, Michigan subsequently resubmitted the application for assistance under the Emergency School Aid Act, Title VII. To date no action has been take on it by the Department. Jackson Public School officials have now contacted me about this inasmuch as according to a recent announcement from the Office of Education the Jackson NAACP at 1006 Pigeon street, Jackson, Michigan (Harold White, Sr.) has received an award of $66,540 to support the program of the Jackson Public School directed to eliminating, reducing or preventing minority group isolation...the program for which application is pending in the Office of Education as per above. Understandably, the school officials find it difficult to conciliate this group receiving a grant to support the school program when the schools of Jackson, planning and executing the program have not yet received a grant. I will appreciate the courtesy of your office in advising me in regard to this situation so that I can properly respond to the Jackson Public School officials who have contacted me about it. With my kind regards, I am, Sincerely Yours," Congressman Charles E. Chamberlain (1917-2002) represented Michigan's 6th district from 1957 to 1974. An attorney, he served as assistant prosecutor for Ingham County, city attorney of East Lansing and legal counsel to the Michigan Stat e Senate judiciary committee. Lightly creased. Secretarial stamps throughout. Staple holes at top corners. Otherwise, fine condition.
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