Letter from Mayor Aubrey Lee Brooks to Inglis Fletcher






MRS. B. A. BROOKS

TOWN CLERK AND TREASURER

C. E. VENTERS

CHIEF OF POLICE AND TAX COLLECTOR

TOWN OF BATH

B. A. BROOKS, MAYOR

BATH, N. C.

COMMISSIONERS:

ROY BROOKS

RONALD WEBSTER

JACK TANKARD

Oct. 13th, 1955

Mrs Inglis Fletcher,

Edenton, N.C.

Dear Mrs. Fletcher,

It is very difficult to see and thank every one took who took part in our Pageant and helped to make it the huge success we think it was.

But we do want to thank you for taking time out from your busy schedule to help us out by having such an important part in portraying Queen Anne, for this we are very grateful.

It was due to you and many others that we had such a wonderful 250th. Birthday Celebration, and we humbly thank you

Very Truly Yours

[Signature] BA Brooks

B.A.Brooks, Mayor

Town of Bath, N.C.


Title
Letter from Mayor Aubrey Lee Brooks to Inglis Fletcher
Description
Letter from Bath Mayor Aubrey Lee Brooks to Inglis Fletcher. Rounds of congratulatory thank you letters were made in the weeks following the events of the 250th anniversary celebration in Bath, N.C.
Date
October 13, 1955
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letters
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0021-s1-b13-fe
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East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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