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Collection: United States Volunteer Life Saving Corps (U.S.V.L.S.C.)
Open Letter From Gus (August Held)
This letter is a call to action for the U.S.V.L.S.C. to become better organized and make more rescue calls.
The letter is dated December 21, 1959.
Open Letter From the Board of Governors
This letter informed members of the U.S.V.LS.C. that they could no longer answer calls for help due to their obsolete equipment.
The letter was written on August 26, 1967.
Letter to Commodore Benjamin Schlomberg from Congressman Clark Burdick
This letter informed Schlomberg that his inquiry about a national charter for the U.S.V.L.S.C. was being looked into.
The letter was written on April 21, 1922.
Envelope Addressed to August Held
This envelope was sent to August Held from Congressman John G. Dow.
Letter to Richard L. Ottinger from M. Richard Rose, Assistant Secretary of Defense
This letter informed Ottinger, who wrote a letter on behalf of the U.S.V.L.S.C., that his letter was being researched by the general counsel of the Secretary of Defense for legal legitimacy.
Letter to Jonas Kopper (cc: August H. Held) from Congressman Mario Biaggi
This letter informed Kopper and Held that the Corps were ineligible for receiving Federal surplus property.
An attached letter from M. Richard Rose, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, explained why.
The letter is dated September 26, 1972.
Letter to Jonas Kopper (cc:Admiral Gus Held) from Mario Biaggi
This letter is in regards to the U.S.V.L.S.C. obtaining Federal surplus property from the Department of Defense.
The letter is dated September 12, 1972.
Letter to August Held from John G. Dow
This letter is informing Held that his interest in purchasing surplus Federal property has been forwarded to the General Services Administration.
The letter is dated March 21, 1972.
Letter to August Held from Pam Shawe, secretary of congressman John G. Dow.
This letter is in response to Held's about the U.S.V.L.S.C. being given surplus Federal property.