|Title||Digital images of letters: correspondence between George J. Fitzpatrick of Hoboken and City of Charleston, South Carolina re piers & terminals, 1949,|
|Collection||Hoboken Government & Politics Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Bob Maier.|
|Scope & Content||
Digital images of letters: correspondence between George J. Fitzpatrick of Hoboken and City of Charleston, South Carolina re piers & terminals, 1949,
The Museum does not own the originals. The material was found as enclosures in archives 2005.079.0020, Restudy of Proposal for Development of the Municipally Owned Waterfront and Piers of New York City, April 27, 1949. Prepared by the Port of New York Authority.
1. Typed carbon letter, City of Hoboken, Director of Public Works [George J. Fitzpatrick] to Mayor of Charleston, S.C., May 25, 1949, requesting history of Federal control of City's piers.
2. Typed letter signed from City of Charleston, William McG. Morrision, Mayor to Fitzpatrick, May 31, 1949. Referring Fitzpatrick's request to South Carolina State Ports Authority.
3. Typed carbon letter file copy from Fitzpatrick to Chamber of Commerce, Charleston, S.C., June 20, 1949. Requesting background on the relinquishing of City piers to the South Carolina Port Commission.
4. Type letter signed, Charleston Chamber of Commerce to Fitzpatrick, June 23, 1949, responding to Fitzpatrick's request by referring it to Gus Tamberg, Clerk of Council, City of Charleston.
5. Two-page typed letter signed from Tamberg to Fitzpatrick, July 5, 1949. Responding to Chamber of Commerce referral and providing four paragraphs of background history.
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|Year Range from||1949|
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