Letter from Junius D. Grimes to William Blount Rodman III






JUNIUS D. GRIMES

BRYAN GRIMES

JUNIUS D. GRIMES, JR,

LAW OFFICES

OF

GRIMES AND GRIMES

P. O. BOX 7

111 E. SECOND STREET

TELEPHONE NO. 5

WASHINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA

October 5, 1955

PERSONAL

Hon. William B. Rodman

Attorney General

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, .

Yours sincerely,

[Signature]Junius D. Grimes

Junius D. Grimes

JDG/hp


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Letter from Junius D. Grimes to William Blount Rodman III
Description
Letter from Junius D. Grimes to North Carolina Attorney General William Blount Rodman III. 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.
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October 05, 1955
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East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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