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Cousteau, Jacques., 11/18/1976-11/18/1976

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 40
Identifier: 65811
Consists of correspondence falling mostly between the years 1972 and 1985 from various individuals to William H. Natcher. The individuals include government agency administrators, members of Congress, Democratic Party officials, leaders of interest groups and unions, Kentucky state leaders, and celebrities. Much of the correspondence pertains to matters of Congressional appropriations and legislation. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent.

Dates

  • 11/18/1976-11/18/1976

Container Summary

1 TLS (1 p.) from Jacques Cousteau, famous explorer and President of the Cousteau Society, Inc., to WHN including Cousteau's telegram (1 p.) to President Jimmy Carter challenging him to make a pledge to solve the world's energy problems.

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Extent

From the Collection: 4.5 Linear Feet (3 boxes)

Container Summary

1 TLS (1 p.) from Jacques Cousteau, famous explorer and President of the Cousteau Society, Inc., to WHN including Cousteau's telegram (1 p.) to President Jimmy Carter challenging him to make a pledge to solve the world's energy problems.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

COUSTEAU, JACQUES - CORRESPONDENCE TO NATCHER, WILLIAM H. (1976): Typed Letter Signed

CARTER, JIMMY - CORRESPONDENCE FROM COUSTEAU, JACQUES (1976): Telegram

ENERGY CRISIS - REFERENCE (1976): Telegram

Repository Details

Part of the Georgetown University Manuscripts Repository

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