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JOHN E. REINHARDT - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 01/20/1976 - HFSID 345974

The Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs signs this typed letter thanking the recipient for sharing his thoughts of the Law of the Sea negotiations Typed Letter signed: "John E. Reinhardt" in blue ink, 1p, 8x10½. No place, 1976 January 20.

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JOHN E. REINHARDT
The Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs signs this typed letter thanking the recipient for sharing his thoughts of the Law of the Sea negotiations
Typed Letter signed: "John E. Reinhardt" in blue ink, 1p, 8x10½. No place, 1976 January 20. On official Department of State letterhead. Addressed to "Mr. Michael Cohn/ 179 Bennett Avenue/ New York, New York/ 10040". Written to "Dear Mr. Cohn". In full: "President Ford has asked that we thank you for letting him have your thoughts on aspects of the Law of the Sea negotiations./ The President would like to send a personal reply and very much regrets that, since he receives thousands of letters daily, this is not possible. However, his correspondence is carefully read and noted at the White House, and he is advised of its content. Mail on foreign policy is often sent to the Department of State for further study and acknowledgement./ I assure you that the President and this Department are pleased that you have given us the benefit of your views. Sincerely". John Edward Reinhardt (1920-2016) is a former American ambassador and diplomat. In 1939, he graduated from Knoxville College. Reinhardt then went on to attend the University of Chicago with plans of completing a graduate degree in English. However, his studies were interrupted by service in World War II. In 1950, he finally completed his graduate degree in English at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. From 1971 to 1975 he served as the American ambassador to Nigeria, making him one of the first African-American ambassadors. Reinhardt then became Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs (1975-1977). From 1977 to 1980, Reinhardt was the director of the United States Information Agency. Interestingly, more recently he was a member of the group of twenty seven officials termed the "Diplomats and Military Commanders for Change" who opposed the Iraq War. Two horizontal mailing folds. Lightly toned. Gently creased in several areas along bottom edge. Otherwise, fine condition.

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