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Letter : Sacramento, to Richard Lipscomb, Los Angeles, 1970 May 19.

Author: Ronald Reagan
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Letter to Lipscomb, Chief, Education Division, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, thanking him for letter concerning motion picture King's Row. With letter is carbon of Lipscomb's letter to Reagan, dated 1970 May 8.
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Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Ronald Reagan
OCLC Number: 23298317
Description: 2 items ; 27 x 19 cm. ; 28 x 22 cm.

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Letter to Lipscomb, Chief, Education Division, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, thanking him for letter concerning motion picture King's Row. With letter is carbon of Lipscomb's letter to Reagan, dated 1970 May 8.

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