LT. GENERAL JOHN W. "JACK" MORRIS - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 07/15/1976 - HFSID 345705
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LT. GENERAL JOHN W. “JACK” MORRIS
The Chief of Engineers of the United States Army Corps of Engineers signed this typed letter thanking a supporter for his kind words
Typed Letter Signed: “J.W. Morris” in blue felt tip pen. 7x8½. Dated July 15, 1976. Letterhead features rank flag of Lieutenant General.To Mr. H. J. Lohrengel Jr., Kansas City, Missouri. In Full: “Thanks so much for your thoughtful message. There is much to do and I am anxious to start. 'ESSAYONS' has a special meaning to me at this time.” The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' motto is “Essayons” which means “Let Us Try” in French. Lt. General John W. Morris (1921-2013) was a military general who served in Vietnam as as commander of the 18th Engineer Brigade from 1969-1970. In 1976, he was named the Chief of Engineers, a position he served in until 1980. Morris received the Engineering News-Record's Construction Man of the Year award in 1977. Horizontal mailing crease. Otherwise, fine condition.
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