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RONALD A. SARASIN - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 05/08/1973 - HFSID 79160

The Connecticut Representative to Congress, sends a letter supporting a grant to the Waterbury Public Schools Typed Letter Signed: "Ronald A. Sarasin", 2p. 8x10 ½, Congressional Letterhead. Washington, D.C. 1973 May 8. To: Dr. Herman R. Goldman, U.S.

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RONALD A. SARASIN
The Connecticut Representative to Congress, sends a letter supporting a grant to the Waterbury Public Schools
Typed Letter Signed: "Ronald A. Sarasin", 2p. 8x10 ½, Congressional Letterhead. Washington, D.C. 1973 May 8. To: Dr. Herman R. Goldman, U.S. Office of Education, Washington D.C. In part: "Dear Commissioner Goldberg: I would like to express my strong support for the Basic Grant Proposal submitted by the Waterbury Public School Department, Water-bury, Connecticut which was approved by the Board of Education on April 30, 1973. This proposal would be funded from Title VII, Emergency School Aid Act. This application was submitted on May 7, 1973 to Mr. Theodore parker, Senior Program Officer, U.S. Office of Education, Equal Educational Opportunities, Boston, Massachusetts. I personally feel that the Basic Brant Proposal by the Waterbury Public School Department has a great deal of merit and its objectives would meet the criteria set forth by the Emergency School Aid Act to eliminate or prevent minority group isolation in school districts and to aid children in overcoming the educational disadvantages of such isolation." Ronald A. Sarasin (1934-2023) began his political career as town counsel in Beacon Hills, Connecticut (1963-1972) and as a member of the Connecticut House of Representatives (1968-1972). He was then elected to serve as a Republican to the US Congress (1973-1979). An unsuccessful candidate of Governor in 1978, Sarasin retired from elected politics. He has served a president of the US Capitol Historical Society since 2000. Staple holes in upper left corner. Normal mailing creases. Lightly creased and soiled. Otherwise, fine condition.

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