Junius D. Grimes to William Blount Rodman, 05
On the heels of the performance of Queen Anne’s Bell
, people generally agreed that the pageant and all the Bath’s 250th anniversary commemorative events had been a success.
JUNIUS D. GRIMES
JUNIUS D. GRIMES, JR,
GRIMES AND GRIMES
P. O. BOX 7
111 E. SECOND STREET
TELEPHONE NO. 5
WASHINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA
October 5, 1955
Hon. William B. Rodman
Raleigh, North Carolina
My dear Rodman:
I was very glad to see you yesterday down at Bath and sorry that I couldn't have a conversation with you. I think
Edmund did a splendid job and I consider the occasion an unqualified success. If and when you are down here and
have nothing to do, drop by and see me. I am still afraid to climb up stairs.
With best wishes, I am, .
[Signature]Junius D. Grimes
Junius D. Grimes
||Special Collections, Joyner Library, East Carolina University
||William Blount Rodman Papers, #329.118
||William Blount Rodman Papers