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Letter from Army Public Information Office to L. (Giese) Patterson 10/13/71
U.S. Army
Date Created and/or Issued
1971 October 13
Publication Information
San Mateo Public Library
Contributing Institution
San Mateo Public Library
San Mateo Local History Collection
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Letter to Linda (Giese) Patterson from the Chief of Public Information, Department of the Army, Winant Sidle, expressing his appreciation for the efforts of San Mateo and alerting Linda that her name had been passed on to Lady Malcolm Douglas-Hamilton, President of "For America", the Committee to Unite America.
Two page printed letter; 20.5 x 26.9 cm each page
Vietnam Conflict, 1961-1975
Patterson, Linda (Giese)
Sidle, Winant
101st Airborne Division
U.S. Army
Surles, Alexander D., Jr
San Mateo (Calif.))

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