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Steinmetz letter

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  • 1. Steinmetz Letter State of New York Executive Chamber AlbanyGeorge R. Van NameeSecretary to the Governor March 14, 1923Charles P. Steinmetz, A.M., Ph. D.Wendell AvenueSchenectady, N.Y.My dear Mr. Steinmetz: Governor Smith has read your letter of March eighth in relation to the proposedState Park at Lake George. This is a subject which the Governor would like to talk overwith you, and if it is convenient, could you have your secretary call me on the telephonesometime Wednesday, and arrange a time when you could see the Governor, either onthat day or any day next week after Monday noon. Sincerely yours, George R. Van Namee (signature)

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