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HUGH D. SCOTT JR. - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 11/15/1967 - HFSID 157362

HUGH D. SCOTT JR. Letter from the Republican senator expressing his regret that he will not be able to attend Mr. Mandel's farewell celebration Typed Letter signed: "Hugh Scott" as U.S. Senator and Senate Minority Leader, 1p, 6¼x8½. No place, 1967 November 15.

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HUGH D. SCOTT JR.
Letter from the Republican senator expressing his regret that he will not be able to attend Mr. Mandel's farewell celebration
Typed Letter signed: "Hugh Scott" as U.S. Senator and Senate Minority Leader, 1p, 6¼x8½. No place, 1967 November 15. On official U.S. Senate letterhead. Addressed to "Mr. Benjamin Mandel/ Research Director/ Subcommittee on Internal Security/ Senate Committee on the Judiciary/ Washington, D.C." Written to: "Dear Ben". In full: "I regret that my schedule will not permit me to attend the reception bidding you farewell./ Please accept my heartfelt thank for your dedicated service to the subcommittee on Internal Security. Your intimate knowledge of Communist strategy and tactics has been valuable to us./ With personal best wishes for your continued health and happiness, I am/ Sincerely". Hugh Doggett Scott Jr. (1900-1994) was a Republican congressman (1941-1945, 1947-1959) and U.S. senator (1959-1977) from Pennsylvania, who served as Republican Whip in 1969 and Senate Minority Leader from 1969-1977. Scott was also Chairman of the Republican National Committee from 1948-1949. Ben Mandel was a longtime government employee who worked for the State Department and later for committees in the U.S. House (House Un-American Activities Committee) and Senate (Senate Internal Security Sub-Committee). Lightly toned. Two horizontal mailing folds. Otherwise, fine condition.

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