MAJOR GENERAL JOHN M. DUNN - TYPED NOTE SIGNED 07/20/1973 - HFSID 216379
Sale Price $90.00
JOHN M. DUNN
As chief military aide to Vice President Agnew, the General writes to a school class.
Typed Letter signed: "John M. Dunn" as Assistant to the Vice President for Foreign and Military Affairs, 1 page, 7x9. Office of the Vice President, Washington, 1973 July 20. On official letterhead to Mr. Jakie M. Pruett, Special Education Department, Clute, Texas. In full: "It was very kind of you to write and express the interest of your students in the institution of the Vice Presidency. Enclosed is a pamphlet which explains very briefly the history of the holders of the office. Every good wish for success in this project. Warm personal regards. Sincerely". Major General John M. Dunn (1925-1995), a veteran of World War II, Korea and Vietnam, was personal assistant to Henry Cabot Lodge, the US Ambassador to South Vietnam and then executive secretary of the US Embassy, Saigon. He became chief military advisor to Vice President Agnew in 1971, continuing in that office under Vice President Ford. A PhD in political science from Princeton, Dunn advised both Vice Presidents on other aspects of foreign policy, rising to the position of Vice Presidential Chief of Staff and chief liaison to the National Security Council. In 1974 he moved to the Commerce Department, and spent the last 20 years of his life leading a trade association, the Can Manufacturers Institute. Normal mailing fold. Fine condition.
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