Box 17, Folder 6, Document 35

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  • Text: fi, WESTERN UNION ie 4 SENDING BLANK CALL CHARGE T0 ! LETTERS ae 1-4 Mr. Joe Dooly, Managing g Babel page, 2 Atla Times | te ‘lou 1 ( 1Ze_2) 700 Forrest Rd., NE Atlanta, Ga. Mr. €.A. Seott, Editor Atlanta Daily World 210 Auburn Ave., NE Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Buddy Ray, General Manager WAGA-TV 1018 - Peachtree St., NW Atlanta, Ga. Ly Cautia, Send the above message, subject fo the terms on back hereof, which are PLEASE TYPE OR WRITE PLAINLY WIT 1269—(R 4-55) ALL MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS: i: Je ear Amati, mistakes ar Srey. athe eendlee of & menue should-anter [f reseated, ujat ls, teloepe pled tek oth {ginalliee office for-cooipariean, For thte siren Ct - tate it Chath In addition Uihee eeherwies indientiad an 10 face, the jon uhrepented Eapetige atl pall tur as euca, In epnaldecation srhercal it la egress betweety fnowace abd the ‘Lolmgraph Cotinany ae follave: i “The Polnygratity Corn bybieyy miei HL fhe [lable tor entitades oF reve yin thie tranassieal “nonedetivery of tty ineeeare ceredved for (ranqmiseion nt. Uvemrepateds 7 oe et Aye hated Sulu oor Hie mivtaxiny of de an ae eae Tr arllv, Par gotednlivery of any Mmieitare nevivedt for trand mission of the nepeaiede Eamets eeuS) ot hive (howeana duller, dilete speciaity valde aly Teed i Lom unaveldahlc totaropiion in the working ef te tne, Pesta ‘any erent the. netary Canis any shill mot be Niatite for dda for tabetha Wer ar debdye In mh whether oe @ ere if ony aor w tee, aan the ecrual i ‘ rom r ni iseanl) al the tender at eh G3 ve tdi hard tnentat United Biatew Meet a Wik San Can: lreciors: of are over Lbsdel) to peo} Got Ute in he 1) Ren ae oe seri ice ii tile went ar the agent ot ib ae nat he be or atl if lt te mat eplected fo (io adetneie eetesi os Goasischs NY CCE AE Bvt UDEN the @uite are atertited at one aha tr) meoitige emrncand Jicrheage ta pont to oer) ottice by She acta for Wat furpice an ie sicept al theeenter, oacept that when ti Telpeteph ft ompal> ihe saat 20 pK pup Seen 4, 1be ce Athe Teleereph Cumpaby ia apeeutling the mimaied, the Teleraph Compacy aeumntig respalittal ity theo Sie of OCR Le. - Pat be Use for chi: a or ppatioey Lae ge when the elates le nn presented fs Writing to her cape tnt Company. tay aa sae An Coma tne moo In Th seme Pract rai Dente within the re ee tex fin caat-of an er f Rintegin thr ene hered yt a ‘anda, meray oF Ht fiecenaiave W een onthe othe Bee hand, oF Rares Stee sil . ca + AD Wtf oh aye alter the. Gurr gf action. I any, hati han int B fee c et i ntcagta se TEAR. nd (op wl ah ( ¥ for tgamatntaalyr ta ae between a punt as he mel ne. Dreier OF OVernead it othr hon " paragr= pi: “proved, , thay Tels apply te Claims thr eatcages otaenarees withlg the ruirvjek uf Section iB och Coma . a TC aatied aha many actlon by the Teleerph Com ; ir em or eines Wr Ors Be SoA ener te Ore See muliject Siete ‘by cotapetent eitenee, ay CLASSES OF SERVICE DOMESTIC SERVICES mre as ' TELEGRAM oo ees : med a HOO.U Ielzere shed MAY LETTER (DL) LETTER TELEGRAM (7) A deferred samedsy pervice, ar low rated, Yor a ¥ "NIGHT LETTER (NL) Ny iOnamounhia ‘nb'oales later thas the Selegenan oF Liay 28, Thee ule "eres Aba or le ae.
  • Tags: Box 17, Box 17 Folder 6, Event: 4-55, Event: ad wtf, Event: goasischs ny cce, Folder topic: Atlanta Braves | 1964, Geopolitical Entity: amati, Geopolitical Entity: Atlanta, Geopolitical Entity: bee, Geopolitical Entity: coma, Geopolitical Entity: dente, Geopolitical Entity: Georgia, Geopolitical Entity: ht, Geopolitical Entity: tc, Geopolitical Entity: tels, Law: the teleerph com, Organization: 1018 - peachtree st., Organization: aye, Organization: classes of service, Organization: company, Organization: dl, Organization: editor atlanta daily world, Organization: g3, Organization: hie, Organization: may letter, Organization: ne, Organization: nl), Organization: nw atlanta, Organization: ore see, Organization: par, Organization: rares stee, Organization: section ib, Organization: tear, Organization: the ‘lolmgraph cotinany, Organization: thee, Organization: uihee, Organization: uvemrepateds, Organization: waga-tv, Organization: western union, Person: €, Person: a wik san can, Person: aba, Person: athe teleereph cumpaby, Person: buddy ray, Person: forrest rd, Person: joe dooly, Person: lae, Person: lbsdel, Person: lom, Person: ly cautia, Person: niatite, Person: pat, Person: pesta ‘, Person: srey, Person: sulu, Person: teed, Person: telpeteph, Person: the selegenan of liay 28, Person: wer, Person: wr ors
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Box 17, Folder 6, Document 37

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  • Text: fe WESTERN UNION SENDING BLANK a) p oe + CHARGE CALL LETTERS F J T 10 1 (964 wy Mr. Joe Higgins, General Manager s/ WAII-TV TH sian ry 1611 W. Peachtree St., NE, 9B / / Atlanta, Ga. 2/7 ae WSB-TV 1601 W. Peachtree St., a) Atlanta, Ga. Qh Mr. Don Elliott Heald, General ie os Mr. Ray Moore, Local tee Director WSB-TV he 1 W. Peachtree St., NE Caut, ta, Ga. Libs Send the above message, subject fo the terms on back hereof, which are PLEASE TYPE OR WRITE PLAINLY WIT 1269—(R 4-55) ] + (ee "3 $5 , i< Ruard against mistakes ot a tee, thee seashore vf a cewen cl eecerate ta fo bicharmed in addithes Unie if a en the rie pal aed tun Telerriph Campany “The Teleranh Coinpany ehbli aod Ls Table for iletahes or delazs lo the trimtiile! OU RRS iin Of Nae indeed teitare: hog ter intakes oe defays io tie brane PORT fie Muka OF Reef 1 dolare, Willer epeielly Valued, bor Hi tig ease, 2 tn any event he Te seers Ess gn steal noe Ue table fer darmiutes tor el takes wet dala: e ny of ita aor Arye ey ad he optus) eas, cot exceeding in ‘ ed re yaiue ry ehatert Whe a bet the wonder shes apm to one of o RO ree eee, fesie) om te fare, this oe an UnteD ahiould anise It reposted. thal Uy, Ulorrapbedt back th the eeiethatts ate! Lewes ond pes iy that: pea a sah oe oY for the Neral divers: of an: Hf ar OMice for tamparison. Por thls, enetial for a Muth tn ‘onal Lerataeny Bate, thle agrees itit ie onedellvery, cae Tenge roceherd top tranamitsion as the gorenatede TOL M ieee. PANY CreekaRe Teorey! Or tea tiaeelien (teat tha repeated a danvondal interruption Ih iar working af 1th linen, \ merstge, whether emi. ot wrlitiets arkcurie Chigieet ot wach wm mire for tretemiidon ad wolves the rotewdists ty nite ret. val paee fenet exceed five tien dottars, aaae Leith $0) An 2 polntin the continental United Htates lieted thy the ‘sloprarh Cana yrs Tinect ory Arh Me tt ans corer tre Agiverr withis ALE an oad ya {iitaiee ari) fo Bs nts Bot slated in the Teirgraph Company's Directory of the Te Db Cis pany docs vor To erbrige “| ey yf ay avafable means ws th Deck oof Vat Mla? Tete We AGE understonding deo cae bender au res the collection aio wets ‘ditiomal Ohare Wit i. Bt eats = Pron the eddie, = o y concur: messages Until fhe came are eDiOd BL ol nce banet oftcer: ia espa 3 ja cent to puck office by er tar te caren ie ihe bender ONOO TT g Whe message, tho F SOOT sen the Tele at pany y ef io pick up 5 cupEe, t. ot ike Teleeraen Company tn aoc faph Cotpaay roan tie Of nue acto plAbom, r " , f ALM Or eatutucy penaltiqg when the claim ta oted 6 ting 4 ach C ylapany, (a) within get, x thd A “ 3 1h at ba 0 pe wi the United & 1h the Com of an intrastate “4 iB tole WTR Aba, 1 oT, rebates Meanie ot it other hand, e Letwes On point tne eae pat peal OF ti ie br. dh) sect iny OS Alay 6 sie i wt matteo any. so) have ceria Het Chie Cog Of an intrhatate neksike in Te: ald (eh withthe hia oe Aion the n TeleeraD Coin pay for teauary beta 1D ree ta A taewlke Between A pont (bie Untied States zied a foreicn or orvmene POlnL other tha ov Phi provided, however, tint thos eundlthon ‘tial ey ae ty claims for damage: oy Gverelarges Within the puryten of Section; Ay of the "cea ac ‘eae aie settee (provimed, aut relat by eninpelent to vary the CLASSES OF SERVICE DOMESTIC SERVICES . ing - INTERNATIONAE SERVICES : FULL RATE(ER) ae r f The teatrot teen service, May be writes, In code, elplier, or to any Iacguace 4 h TELEGRAM k ‘Tho tantést domestle service, DAY LETTER (OL) A defctréd same-day Servier, at low rated, LETTER TELEGRAM (LT) overhang teeta abate aaa hare i 2 wes NIGHT LETTER (NL) Meueas Sere oe SHIP RADIOGRAM Eéonctn Z hac aatee res cen the For mbengor to and from alipe at sea.
  • Tags: Box 17, Box 17 Folder 6, Date: 1611, Event: 4-55), Event: hf ar omice, Event: telerriph campany, Folder topic: Atlanta Braves | 1964, Geopolitical Entity: Atlanta, Geopolitical Entity: Georgia, Geopolitical Entity: nae, Geopolitical Entity: ne, Geopolitical Entity: polnl, Geopolitical Entity: ro, Geopolitical Entity: ue, Law: iacguace 4, Organization: - internationae services, Organization: agiverr, Organization: chigieet, Organization: full, Organization: leith, Organization: letter telegram, Organization: letwes, Organization: meanie, Organization: neral, Organization: oe aion, Organization: ol, Organization: teleeraen company, Organization: telegram k, Organization: the classes of service domestic services, Organization: the teirgraph company's, Organization: the teleranh coinpany, Organization: the united & 1h, Organization: united htates, Organization: waii-tv, Organization: western union, Organization: wsb-tv, Organization: wtr aba, Person: arh me, Person: bot, Person: bs, Person: cana, Person: creekare teorey, Person: db cis, Person: deck, Person: don elliott heald, Person: ess, Person: het chie cog, Person: joe higgins, Person: lerataeny bate, Person: lewes, Person: meueas sere oe ship, Person: ou rrs, Person: ray moore, Person: servier, Person: tenge, Person: ulorrapbedt, Person: w. peachtree st., Person: willer, Person: within
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Box 17, Folder 6, Document 41

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  • Text: Tie , WESTERN UNION? i ie SENDING BLANK Ue Rote chaRcE MAYOR'S OF FIRE spATEANTA af 'T PMY zq » The Editor, Forest Park Free Press, 4 3. i \‘72 and Clayton County News & Farmer 2° {7 Forest (Park, Ga. FES A iA NOY VE PM I2° 26 «oq The Editor, Forest Park New eA ai (2 Forest re’ Ga. a US, 2 TLANTA The Editor, Marietta Daidy Journal 7s Marietta, Ga. /fi 447 ¢ Yt, The Editor, Marietta-Co b ounty Times Marietfa, Ga. tT} The Editor » Smyrna Smyrna, Ga. Send the above message, subject to the terms on back hereof, which are her PLEASE TYPE OR WRITE PLAINLY WITHI! 1269—(R 4-55) ALL MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS: Wusrd areinet mistatet or iitelave, Lie wenter of m meimage whoold order It repeated. that.ic. Letoeraphnd Deck to fr ‘Offier for tenipariein, Fer dhe: epee ee iteetias tate ja changed In. nuejen, Vedas och oe (osbiey ger) qe MLA fee, tite bw 2h repeated Letange did much, 4n eobhderation wihorvo? le be syresed bes Gre ofthe mewase pad the ‘Telesranh (hen nany os fillies! L-The Te legrach itn pity ehall nod ee J lable fer told ades or Welays tnt mchcey clr ee p eetace received. for traneminsion at the unrepeateds bance Pals avo hetia of Ave hondted (eyed ter focrietaies or delays in tlie ss hy ort T noneleieery: a ¥ Meringn bros iad toy Urapatt ae at Uy repeateds eae rate oe Age eink of fy wethoue. UD Mire uly pprtially valued, th 4 i 2 from ulinvoldable interruption tm ate woraiias of Ud Three. Le kv loa eine Coupiny galt net, balinhle for flabigges for wistakes Gr veld ve tm the trantm|svion oF delivery or for the nondelMiery, Of Any matey. whether enGeed by her reriterwind, bev We actual kes, het excrmling In any ever the sum of ve thousand dellirs, at whieb amiouht Me senior sisters Fels pare ae oe ies 7 % tie Uthat lrentee vélge 4 stated trewriling hee! neuer Hirenl at the Hie The age rane at rilens ithe: ees i aye SG na wadiitinal chitchequal to dietreih a! per CPLA AEE RIMOtnS bir whieh wlct Sal i . etameted het hare, 3, ua Tieeraie Crimpinys§ the agent of the feuder, Without alalaiity, to forward! thil message over the Tees of ati ott Mer Oona when netceary pines ita rat apne catia Gt karim ene TE c cymh ake iesticed to sry a vt la the entinents! Halted Hantos th tear in the’ Teloerant Caimpany's Director; of Atationa paver Wa erty wihio arity } eS) Borns Heron Kiet iT : gee ere Curip ireejury Gf Biationy ihe Trleere Ccoliees gee = tf sip mah ae totter aon fat: See f, with t tating that the a¢uder uttiorism toe frouy : te Pay euch aadithig af enarge if it to ae eeiiecen d frece thy aadrraneg: a. 1 BS Sere ath ny - eraph Company copeernihe mtaraper until tis rame are neceoted at ote of iis trp ttn omarts and if cee ee Le ent tosuch aire be wf tha i Tiedatce ef cern, Raects tor apt purl) bo ine pawl of the noedey, picede that Wlinr the ‘T¢iegteph Company Ha Diteeoager ty pile UO .n mates, Lhe saece' that ie i oe a ‘aireraph Company to moot pring tig rates, the Teiraph Company iayumlor reiponslts ty fromthe tithe of vueh aéceplance 7 Matiyitor damngtn or Watatery peniltiea whan the chal Is not prenenited i met = tb Ee tata Company, (a) witht ninety: i en IWiNe case of 2.momner betweet pi inte w eh in pat ed af Thea of an Lees org : fie id BR PMbt [n Alaska, Cangga Mecltaor BL rs miiantt on islam ‘on lw: cared ae ber a a wtih a ub sane affine Lhe cane of BELTON, if ny, ohall have cccrue apap © mee egoio eae and (ni | tan ‘aMmpany for trabainiaa i ie case a Pe beh wedny ho. a in sh Ceiba hat “2 forvign oF ae et _ ied, twwever, that thle cundition shail oe hugly to claima fer dacinges of overcharged elt) the purvinw ak een 4 ott ons ¢ sam ca ajireed chat Ih any action by the Telngraph Company to recover the tolld for any iooosige or intesages tho promt Ae correct transralzibon: ‘and! detivery” thereet thst be fa rebuttal by compet evince al tec fertia governing the trauaimiestan of messages according to thelr class, os enumerated below, aa sephy to mesised ff each of aac respectlte cleseen is adetion to No Aah ofthe Telegraph Company fs authorized tavary the foregoing. si . CLASSES OF SERVICE - #5. _— DOMESTIC SERVICES et ST INTERNATIONAL SERVICES TELEGRAM FULLRATE(FR) | r i Th ™M. n d . The beri domestic service. 0 Realeat Ore aeay SV iCe, ay be weritta Io code, dpher, or In-any lanewege em ; DAY LETTER (DL) A deferred same-day service, nt iow rates. es Pee = ae Sooo 22h MIGHT Renee (NL) =i : 5 ' a : SHIP RADIOGRAM Beonom! ore Actepicd to2 ALM) for del) followlog morning, ae ee ; me sAtos fooec thee Siegeas or my Laer rales, very the For memages ta and feain Stilp mt oe.
  • Tags: Box 17, Box 17 Folder 6, Date: 1269—(r 4-55, Date: 4 3, Date: same-day, Date: sooo 22h, Folder topic: Atlanta Braves | 1964, Geopolitical Entity: alaska, Geopolitical Entity: alm, Geopolitical Entity: belton, Geopolitical Entity: blank, Geopolitical Entity: ee, Geopolitical Entity: Georgia, Geopolitical Entity: gr, Geopolitical Entity: le, Geopolitical Entity: marietta, Geopolitical Entity: meringn, Geopolitical Entity: offier, Geopolitical Entity: park, Geopolitical Entity: United States, Geopolitical Entity: uo, Geopolitical Entity: urapatt, Geopolitical Entity: ve, Geopolitical Entity: vedas, Organization: actepicd, Organization: aee, Organization: ave, Organization: cangga mecltaor, Organization: ceiba, Organization: clayton county news & farmer, Organization: company, Organization: coupiny, Organization: cpla, Organization: curip, Organization: dl, Organization: fels, Organization: fes, Organization: forest (, Organization: forest park free press, Organization: forest park new ea ai, Organization: lhe, Organization: marietta daidy journal, Organization: marietta-co, Organization: mla, Organization: noy, Organization: of fire spateanta, Organization: please, Organization: pmy zq, Organization: realeat ore, Organization: sg, Organization: smyrna smyrna, Organization: st international services, Organization: the teiraph company, Organization: the telngraph company, Organization: tiedatce, Organization: tieeraie, Organization: times marietfa, Organization: ud mire, Organization: ud three, Organization: ue rote charce, Organization: watatery, Organization: western union, Organization: withi, Organization: wlinr, Person: al, Person: borns heron, Person: gf biationy, Person: gt, Person: halted hantos, Person: hirenl, Person: lees, Person: letoeraphnd deck, Person: lie, Person: mer oona, Person: pe, Person: renee, Person: sal, Person: telesranh, Person: wa, Person: wusrd
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Box 17, Folder 6, Document 61

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  • Text: PROGRESS PROSPERITY @ State aid t o local schools increased by $36 illi d ; mill10n. of 100% a boost @ Democrats : developed nation’s best—cou menial health county hosp; : program—one of of beds in stz Ye hospital i oars eds in state colonies i 2 inh Mo came ? y 1966 e Democrati : ratic overno a Meter ee bude created greatest conseryatio u oy ZOD prose pram saved dorestaal e 66%—new Outdoor Recre program » lakes, streams worth $12 aa ae million e Democr 5 i a fi f ts won fight Or “one erson. P —one vote” e $10 million needed Tax Reli over 65—a Democratic ce, for 150,000 Wisconsin citizens e Car eful y Pp y 4 plannin b Democrats ved ta ‘er, $ wlion in buildin z £ costs—Democrats bui 9 for colleges crats built $240 million in buildin 11diIngs Increased PERSONAL INCOME $2,400 2.300 2,200 2,100 ] 2,000 wo Co o on w iN cane & 3 ; H ealthy CONOMIC GROWTH Individual PERSONAL INCOME rose more than 93%, since 1958— from $1,936 to $2,380 in 1963. This year total PERSONAL IN- COME in Wisconsin will top the $10 pillion mark for the first time. Rapid ECONOMIC GROWTH created thousands of new jobs in 3,200 Wisconsin manufacturing — : in 1963 alone. Newly-built factory space last year totaled 6.2 million square feet, an all-time record. Manufacturing volume will reach $5.4 billion estimated, in 1964—up 42% {rom 1958. almost 0 but what about the farmer, the workingman? . Authorized “J and pai Party of Wi paid for by TI z 1 . “i E, Washi is,, John Durand, Fiel Bee ee shington Ave., Madison Sth Virector, 2 : ; 15. atin tic 07 | The Democratic Party is the party of the farmer and the workingman FOR THE F [ER it will con- tinue to work for ® Higher milk supports ® Low interest loans for buying machinery » Keeping Food for Peace and Food Stamp programs @ Crackdown on price- fixing by big food firms AN it will continue to support )More workers protected with unemployment pay » More compensation pay reciente Gens aah residen - Johnson Minimum wage law for all i N workers Retraining and public works programs
  • Tags: Box 17, Box 17 Folder 6, Date: 1958, Date: 1963, Date: 1964—up, Date: space last year, Event: conomic growth, Folder topic: Atlanta Braves | 1964, Geopolitical Entity: wisconsin, Organization: 2.300 2,200 2,100 ] 2,000 wo co o, Organization: ave, Organization: crackdown, Organization: gens aah, Organization: higher, Organization: increased personal, Organization: meter, Organization: n, Organization: outdoor recre, Organization: party, Organization: the democratic party, Organization: zod, Person: fiel bee, Person: john durand, Person: lyndon b. johnson, Person: madison, Person: pp, Person: washi, Person: wi, Person: ye
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Box 17, Folder 6, Document 66

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  • Text: S og rs of \ a: fe aN 7 5 bs <2 FE. ul z= Nw £2 ai = r oO a 4 ...
  • Tags: Box 17, Box 17 Folder 6, Event: fe, Folder topic: Atlanta Braves | 1964
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Box 17, Folder 6, Document 73

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  • Text: ...
  • Tags: Box 17, Box 17 Folder 6, Folder topic: Atlanta Braves | 1964
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Box 17, Folder 6, Document 79

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  • Text: December Il, 1964 Mr. Warren C. Giles, President The National League of Professional Baseball Clubs Carew Tower Cincinnati 2, Ohio Dear Mr. Giles: We are very grateful for your letter of December 8th and sincerely hope that Atlanta will be considered for the Major League meeting in 1966. I am sure you will be hearing from our Convention Bureau regarding a formal invitation. We are making every effort to have a successful opening for the Atlanta Braves in 1966 and I certainly hope you can come to Atianta at an early date so you may see our magnificent new Stadium, With best wishes for the holiday season, I am Sincerely yours, Ivan Allen, Jr., Mayor tAJr/br CC: Mr, Furman Bisher Mr. Walter Crawford
  • Tags: Box 17, Box 17 Folder 6, Date: 1964, Date: 1966, Date: december 8th, Date: the holiday season, Folder topic: Atlanta Braves | 1964, Geopolitical Entity: Atlanta, Geopolitical Entity: cincinnati 2, Geopolitical Entity: ohio, Organization: braves, Organization: convention bureau, Organization: furman, Organization: major league, Organization: the national league of professional baseball clubs, Person: giles, Person: Ivan Allen, Person: sincerely yours, Person: walter crawford, Person: warren c. giles
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Box 17, Folder 6, Document 82

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  • Text: News Release == IVAN ALENT Re Mayor of Atlanta Mrs. Ann Drummond For further information call — Ja 2- 4463 Executive Secretary October 20, 1964 FOR USE UPON RECEIPT STATEMENT BY IVAN ALLEN, JR,., MAYOR OF ATLANTA The Braves are to be congratulated on making a brave decision... to petition the National League to move their franchise to Atlanta. They have chosen to make the "national pastime" truly national, to give the 24 million people who live in these seven Southeastern States a share in the major leagues, The people of Atlanta, with their courage in building an $18, 000, 000. Stadium to attract a major league team are also to be congratulated. They represent the new, dynamic south, which is no longer willing to be side-lined on the back benches, Our Stadium is a southern project, built on southern soil, with southern money, by southern architects and contractors. We feel it is uniquely fitting that this decision has been made today, a date which marks almost exactly the centennial of the day when Atlanta was left an ash strewn ruin, symbol of a region's defeat. Today we welcome the opportunity to become a symbol of southern zest and drive, a major league city, a major league state, in a major league region. - 30 «
  • Tags: Box 17, Box 17 Folder 6, Date: 4463, Date: october 20, 1964, Date: the centennial of the day, Folder topic: Atlanta Braves | 1964, Geopolitical Entity: 000, Geopolitical Entity: Atlanta, Organization: atlanta, Organization: braves, Organization: the national league, Person: ann drummond, Person: Ivan Allen
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Box 17, Folder 6, Document 84

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  • Text: Cable Address: ROYALCROWN w Royal Crown Cola Co. covtumsBus, GEORGIA December 1, 1964 Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. fF City Hall Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mayor Allen: I want to thank you for the time and courtesies shown to Al Roach and myself this past week in your office. It was a pleasure meeting you after knowing of you for so many years through Ian Stalker, We were raised in the same neighborhood, Again, I would like to congratulate you, Mayor Allen, on making an outstanding contribution to Atlanta, Georgia, and the Southeast, by bringing the Milwaukee Braves to Atlanta. All of us will benefit from your efforts. We, of the Royal Crown Cola Co., as I stated in your office, stand ready to do what we can to insure the success of major league baseball and football, We hope you will convey this interest to the Atlanta Braves, They will really belong to all Georgians almost as much as to Atlanta! Another point I would like to reiterate, Mayor Allen, is our desire as a Georgia company, to sell our products in our capitol city on a non-exclusive basis. We only want the opportunity to have our products available along with other Georgia companies. You have indicated this opportunity is available through the Braves, so we will pursue this course. ROYAL CROWN COLA -: + NEHI - + PAR-T-PAK - - DIET-RITE - + UPPER 10 Royal Crown Cola Co. CONTINUING A LETTER TO: Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. BBIEE December 1, 1964 PAGE - Two Again, let me say it was a pleasure meeting you, and we, in Columbus, wish you every success, good health, and a happy holiday season. Kindest personal regards. Sincerely, AN bop € J, B. Cooper - Director i ountain Sales Department JBC:ntg
  • Tags: Box 17, Box 17 Folder 6, Date: december 1, 1964, Date: this past week, Folder topic: Atlanta Braves | 1964, Geopolitical Entity: Atlanta, Geopolitical Entity: columbus, Geopolitical Entity: covtumsbus, Geopolitical Entity: Georgia, Organization: al roach, Organization: Atlanta City Hall, Organization: bbiee, Organization: braves, Organization: letter, Organization: royal crown cola co., Organization: sales department, Organization: the milwaukee braves, Organization: the royal crown cola co., Person: b. cooper - director, Person: ian stalker, Person: Ivan Allen, Person: jbc, Person: nehi
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Box 17, Folder 6, Document 87

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  • Text: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING EUROPEAN OFFInE 20 PAWL Vals CALVIN PF SawViER panig jot’ | ARDEN REARICK RICHARD J FALETT?# CHICAGO 60603 ERT FINANCIAL G-3600 December 1, 1964 RICHARD J BRENNAN M TINLEY MAXSON 4ATHUR | GOULD NORMAN WAITE, JR RORERT G LANE D.SIONEY CONDIT Robert R, Richardson, Esq, Hurt, Hill, Richardson and Sosebee William-Oliver Building Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Bob: This will confirm our conversation in connection with the acquisition by Milwaukee Braves, Inc. of the Atlanta franchise in the International League, The price for the franchise is $285,000 of which $200,000 is a re- location expense under the agreement between the Braves and the Stadium Authority. This will confirm our agreement that after the 1965 baseball season is completed, the Braves will pay $50,000 to the Stadium Authority if they determine that they want to operate the franchise in some location outside of Atlanta, The net effect of this transaction will be to make the cost of the franchise $235,000, It is further understood that at some future date if the Braves sell this franchise for in excess of $50,000, they will credit the Authority with up to the first $35,000 of such excess, The purpose of the foregoing understandings is to, if at all possible, limit the cost of the franchise both to the Braves and the Stadium Authority to $100,000 each, Sincerely, Thomas A, Reynolds, Jr, TAR=Jr:CLD'
  • Tags: Box 17, Box 17 Folder 6, Date: december 1, 1964, Date: the 1965 baseball season, Folder topic: Atlanta Braves | 1964, Geopolitical Entity: Atlanta, Geopolitical Entity: Chicago, Geopolitical Entity: esq, Geopolitical Entity: Georgia, Organization: arden, Organization: braves, Organization: cld, Organization: hill, Organization: hurt, Organization: milwaukee braves, inc., Organization: pf sawvier, Organization: rorert g lane, Organization: sosebee william-oliver building atlanta, Organization: the international league, Organization: the stadium authority, Person: dear bob, Person: gould, Person: norman waite, Person: reynolds, Person: richardson, Person: robert r, Person: thomas
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Box 17, Folder 6, Document 88

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  • Text: LAW OFFICES Hurt, HILL, RICHARDSON AND SOSEBEE WILLIAM- OLIVER BUILDING CHARLES 0. HURT Hees O WILL ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 ROBERT R. RICHARDSON HUGH D0. SOSEBEE TELEPHONE 524-7946 ROBERT L.TODD CHARLES D. HURT, JR. December 2, 1964 Mr. Thomas A. Reynolds, Jr. Winston, Strawn, Smith & Patterson Attorneys at Law First National Bank Building Chicago, Illinois 60603 Dear Tom: In today's mail we received your letter of December 1 confirmin g agreements between Milwaukee Braves, Inc. and the Stadium Authority with reference to acquisition of the Atlanta franchise. Your letter restates the writer's understanding of the oral agreement you had with Arthur Montgomery, the Authority Chairman. Arthur is out of the country, but will be back in Atlanta early next week. By copy of this letter, 1 am forwarding your letter along to him in ease he has any comments on this agreement as expressed by exchange of correspondence. With kindest personal regards, we are Cordially, HURT, HILL AND RIGHARDSON GAS Robert R. Richardson
  • Tags: Box 17, Box 17 Folder 6, Date: december 1, Date: december 2, 1964, Date: early next week, Folder topic: Atlanta Braves | 1964, Geopolitical Entity: Atlanta, Geopolitical Entity: Chicago, Geopolitical Entity: Georgia, Geopolitical Entity: illinois, Geopolitical Entity: milwaukee, Organization: hees, Organization: hill, Organization: hill and righardson, Organization: hurt, Organization: smith & patterson attorneys, Organization: strawn, Organization: telephone, Organization: the stadium authority, Person: arthur, Person: arthur montgomery, Person: charles 0, Person: charles d. hurt, Person: dear tom, Person: jr. winston, Person: robert r. richardson, Person: thomas a. reynolds
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Box 17, Folder 6, Document 89

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  • Text: ey M. Vain de a,Negro Play Ball in ‘Atlant z Slugging Negro outfielder nk Aaron of the Milwaukee ves, one of the perrenial ter- of National League pitch- ' ers, has voiced reservations | about playing in Atlanta if that’s where his ballclub turns up next season. "Aaron, who stroked 24 home Tuns this year, knocked in 95 = Tuns and belted a respectable igi valued ‘asset to his employers, who ly have wearied of Milwaukee even their star outfielder has not. - 7 WNow he'is torn between his loyalty to the ‘Braves ‘and his obligations to his family. “He is wondering aloud about ‘housing. con: ditions “and other opportunities there.: Would his children attend a segregated and inferior school? Would they be rebuffed, snubbed or ap ‘if ut searred psychologically if the Braves play in- > regia? "+ “7 just Wwon't step out on the field” if the club moves there, he told a wire service re- porter. “I’certainly don’t like the idea of play- ing in Atlanta and I have no intention of tak- ing my family there.” ; © oie oe His absence from the Braves lineup might | ease the cares of rival National League man- agers but it would -be a severe blow to the Braves. _. It would also aieh the hopes of Atlanta's Rema leaders who have worked tirelessly to professional baseball and football clubs oo *s first city. ; They've labored in the’ conviction that inte- grated pro teams would dramatically demon- strate what citizens of color can accomplish given equal opportunities. L, It isetheir hope that. “Aaron's big bat and "superstar popularity will help knock Jim Crow i" out of town, — > Hey aa mu aid “yt mt ‘into: Poa astute light (teary ais par aT | ' Aflanta’s NAACP President @ Miles Sr oe . has written Aaron asking aa ea 118) mind and play. hb iy ca 4 Atlanta, he said, is a city where conditions are A for Negroes. Like other Negro ~ ican Sint Nene fully that Atlanta has its shortcomings. Barly! this year, 54 signed a declaration calling for | improvements that would make direct action’ protests unnecessary. They heeded’ Rev. Mar tin Luther King’s warning that time was “run- ning out” for Atlanta if it did not make pan rapid strides in Tace relations: om * a1 uot, Since then, i all es laces eres “voluntarily” opened to Neggoes—elther by the presence of’ pickets, press’ from the Attor- ney General's office, passage of the Civil Rights Act or quiet, but effective negotiation by the Urban League. Mayor Ivan Allen, who’ tae eloquently for the Act in Congress, is regarded as one of | _the South’s outstanding progressives who has” | helped create a climate in which change can | be made peacefully. - But Atlanta has a long way to go in better ing its schools, housing and 8 Sppartinities for Negroes. ~ For example, one-half of the city's: rental ‘units occupied by Negroes are Substandard and 80 percent of the adult population over 25 years of age holds no high school diploma, © te: _ For Aaron, the choice is difficult. To him, doffing ‘his hat’ when the “Star. Spangled Banner” is piped over the loudspeaker -opening, day in the city’s néw $18,000,000 sta- dium may prove bitter irony if he fears for the welfare of his family. "~~ But such*a sacrificeyis earnestly hie oe: Negro leaders who are eae ‘bat will help them ity ¥ one in which or’ * ita _ reality: for all. —
  • Tags: Box 17, Box 17 Folder 6, Date: 25 years, Date: 54, Event: the civil rights act, Folder topic: Atlanta Braves | 1964, Geopolitical Entity: aflanta, Geopolitical Entity: Atlanta, Geopolitical Entity: milwaukee, Geopolitical Entity: slugging negro, Geopolitical Entity: such*a, Organization: aaron, Organization: ap ‘, Organization: braves, Organization: congress, Organization: NAACP, Organization: national league, Organization: negroes are substandard and 80 percent, Organization: the “star. spangled banner”, Organization: the braves, Organization: the urban league, Organization: tuns, Organization: wnow, Person: aaron, Person: hat’, Person: Ivan Allen, Person: jim crow, Person: luther king’s, Person: m. vain de, Person: mar, Person: miles sr, Person: negro play ball, Person: tace
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Box 17, Folder 6, Document 91

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  • Text: WILLIAM C, BARTHOLOMAY Mr. Bartholomay is Chairman of the Board of the Milwaukee Braves, Inc. Prior to this, he served as a Director of the Chicago White Sox. Mr. Bartholomay is also a Vice President of Alexander & Alexander, Inc., an international brokerage firm. He is a life and qualifying member of the Million Dollar Round Table of the National Association of Life Underwriters which is the highest distinction offered in the life insurance industry. Mr. Bartholomay is President of Surprise, Inc., which company operates retail toy stores in the Chicago area. He is also a Director of many companies and charitable institutions. Mr. Bartholomay holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Lake Forest College and he also attended the Northwestern University Graduate School of Business Administration. / . ,
  • Tags: Box 17, Box 17 Folder 6, Folder topic: Atlanta Braves | 1964, Geopolitical Entity: Chicago, Law: bachelor of arts degree, Organization: alexander & alexander, inc., Organization: lake forest college, Organization: surprise, inc., Organization: the board of the milwaukee braves, inc., Organization: the chicago white sox, Organization: the national association of life underwriters, Organization: the northwestern university graduate school of business administration, Person: bartholomay, Person: william c
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Box 17, Folder 6, Document 100

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  • Text: November 25, 1964 Mr. J. O. Moore Atlanta Georgia Labor Council AFL-CIO 250 Tenth Street, N. E, Atlanta, Georgia Dear Jim: Thank you very much for your kind letter of November 18th concerning the move of major league baseball to Atlanta and the building of our new Stadium. Iam most grateful for your support and appreciate your kind expressions. Working together we are going to build a greater Atlanta and that is what is important to all of us. Sincerely yours, Ivan Allen, JIr., Mayor
  • Tags: Box 17, Box 17 Folder 6, Date: november 18th, Date: november 25, 1964, Folder topic: Atlanta Braves | 1964, Geopolitical Entity: Atlanta, Geopolitical Entity: Georgia, Organization: georgia labor council afl-cio, Person: Ivan Allen, Person: j. o. moore, Person: n. e
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Box 17, Folder 6, Document 101

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  • Text: November 24, 1964 Mr. Cary B. Wilmer, Jr. 235 The Prado, N. E. Atlanta 9, Georgia Dear Cary: Thank you very much for sending me the sports column from the Tampa Tribune. I hope you have had an opportunity to look at the Stadium as it is truly a magnificent structure. With best wishes, I am Sincerely yours, Ivan Allen, Jr., Mayor ...
  • Tags: Box 17, Box 17 Folder 6, Date: november 24, 1964, Folder topic: Atlanta Braves | 1964, Organization: georgia dear cary, Organization: the prado, Organization: the tampa tribune, Person: cary b. wilmer, Person: Ivan Allen
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Box 17, Folder 6, Document 109

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  • Text: MU. 68-8365 SAMUEL L. EPLAN ATTORNEY AT LAW 1017 WILLIAM-OLIVER BUILDING ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 November 10, 1964 Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor of City of Atlanta City Hall Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mr. Mayor: There has been occasions in the past when big league teams have played some of their games away from their home grounds. I wonder if it would be possible for each team in the National League to agree to play four of its home games in the Atlanta Stadium. Five would be better, but I am using four for conveniency. Then, we could get sufficient public spirited citizens to buy sufficient tickets to the games to guarantee an attendance of not less than 30,000. I am sure that a plan of this kind has crossed your mind, but if it hasn't, it might be worth considering. With kindest personal regards, I am Since ely yours, / Samuel L. Eplan SLE/mgj
  • Tags: Box 17, Box 17 Folder 6, Date: november 10, 1964, Folder topic: Atlanta Braves | 1964, Geopolitical Entity: Atlanta, Geopolitical Entity: Georgia, Organization: /, Organization: Atlanta City Hall, Organization: the national league, Person: Ivan Allen, Person: samuel l., Person: samuel l. eplan, Person: william-oliver building
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Box 17, Folder 6, Document 111

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  • Text: BEeNARD SoutH 332 PIEDMONT AVENUE, N.E. ATLANTA 12, GEORGIA,U.S.A. DISTRIBUTOR PHONE JA4-2026 BEARINGS & TRUCK EQUIPMENT November llth, 196, Meyor Ivan Allen, Jr. Atlanta, Ga. Dear Ivan? I want to congratulate you on the closing of the contract to bring Major League Baseball to Atlanta to be played in the new stadium you have championed all these months, Yours has been a worthy task and I am certain that history will prove this to be one of the finest steps forward that Atlanta has ever undertaken, It has been my pleasure to view ALL of the largest stadiums in America and quite a few overseas. One day I read a list of all the largest stadiums in America with the capacity of each listed. I had been in all of them from the Rose Bowl in Pasadena to the Yale Bowl in New Haven and including the Sesqui-Centennial Stadium in Philadelphia, Soldiers Field at Chicago, Orange Bowl, Sugar Bowl, Los Angeles Coliseum, Univ.of California at Berkeley, California, I have witnessed Major League Baseball games in 95% of all the National League and American League baseball parks including the Milwaukee park and my experience leads to the conclusion that the good that will come to Atlanta in the building of the new and modern stadium is incalculable, I peddled Coca-Colas in Ponce de Leon park in 1919 and made the handsome sum of $3.65 on the last day of the season when the Crackers defeated New Orleans in a battle for the pennant before some 13,000 fans. Most of this profit came from selling Coca-Cola bottle crates for the rightfield standees after we sold out of cold drinks, I mention these things to indicate that I am really not a novice when a discussion arises concerning the subject matter, I was present the day Arthur Montgomery presented the Stadium plan to the Board of Aldermen when the general public was invited, Mr.Montgomery made as fine a presentation on a subject as I have ever heard, The two of you have done something for Atlanta of which you can well be proud! Cordially yours, Copies to: Mr.Arthur Montgomery Judge James C.Davis, Atlanta Times aol
  • Tags: Box 17, Box 17 Folder 6, Date: 12, Date: 1919, Date: the last day of the season, Date: these months, Event: orange bowl, Event: the yale bowl, Folder topic: Atlanta Braves | 1964, Geopolitical Entity: Atlanta, Geopolitical Entity: California, Geopolitical Entity: Chicago, Geopolitical Entity: Georgia, Geopolitical Entity: milwaukee, Geopolitical Entity: new haven, Geopolitical Entity: new orleans, Geopolitical Entity: pasadena, Geopolitical Entity: philadelphia, Geopolitical Entity: ponce de leon, Geopolitical Entity: United States, Organization: american league, Organization: atlanta board of aldermen, Organization: atlanta times, Organization: coca-cola, Organization: los angeles coliseum, Organization: major league baseball, Organization: the national league, Organization: the sesqui-centennial stadium, Organization: u.s.a. distributor, Person: arthur montgomery, Person: copies, Person: crackers, Person: Ivan Allen, Person: james c.davis, Person: montgomery
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Box 17, Folder 6, Document 119

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  • Text: 3953 Green Cah Brive November 9, 7964 lass Epona Gaobectentett Milam Coundy Boaul of Supervisone Milwoukee Courses M“lumshea, Wiseonsatr. Dean. Sinaz I have been an avid Brave baseball fan since the team finat mowed £o | gow: fate elty in 1953, The initial reception sun citizens pave the players iL! always Live in my menony, I4 uns my feeling then, as i# is now, that the move of the Braves fron Beaton £o Mwaukee was the moat uplifting and best thing that could have happened to the orme of baseball, This was a new beginning, Soon thenengter the Dodpens moved 4o Los Angeles, the Giana to Son Franeiseo, the St, Louia Browns went to Cattinone and the Ala went to Kansas City, Put this waa not the end as the Leagues realized zhat mone 7 fans vented to umteh The National Vastine in person, Then, tha onagankzation of the new “ashington. Senators as the old one moved to Minnenpolia as the Twins, The Angels, Nets and Colts followed, And row a new Light on the hoakzotraseveeAiWAaeseee I hive in the Atlonda Netaopolitan Anca, We want majon League baachell very mith, if not in 1965, tien. in. 1966. The nacent court action{which Lend to the, National League's action), hough, delaying, will not tap this Franchise move. The National League wants baachell to nemoin a soont, not a business, Gaonted, «@ dean must make money 40 pay player aclanies, groundskespehs telonics, Statism nent and have, soma laft over 40 impnove the ball club in any woy Lt may aan fLt, Now I ath you = How would you hava felé in. 1953 if the Boston comunity had filed ait 4o heap the Saaves in. Coston? I4 id wonth all thi do heap the Braves in Mitonuhen ona mone yearn? ULL tha fana auppont tha team? Ane another aojon League team, on amine then al! amy J eannastly hove you continue to have majon League baseball in youn pnemt ett, age. Ps) Youn county's support of the Proves 12, 1953 cave the National Iddf Poatine triky a Nationed Inane, Ia 44 worth destnaying that Image 4o keep the Snaves ones gees J have alinuys had a high feclinrg, for the City and Couaty of Mibouhkee, ideals Tetrion, Sam: thane I extend to Se (nea Ae ape, fon ani proapenoisa 1965 season, whathen Lé be. in Niboaubee on Ailanias «I witsh yor and youn county the beat of evenpihing fon Ale futune, Youra Vang Truly, GEORGE F. SC/RBORLUGI A Hopefal Atlanta Grave Fan.
  • Tags: Box 17, Box 17 Folder 6, Date: 1953, Date: 1965, Date: 1966, Date: november 9, 7964, Event: the hoakzotraseveeaiwaaeseee, Folder topic: Atlanta Braves | 1964, Geopolitical Entity: ala, Geopolitical Entity: beaton, Geopolitical Entity: boston, Geopolitical Entity: cattinone, Geopolitical Entity: coston, Geopolitical Entity: kansas city, Geopolitical Entity: league, Geopolitical Entity: los angeles, Geopolitical Entity: mitonuhen, Geopolitical Entity: mwaukee, Organization: 7, Organization: braves, Organization: flt, Organization: green cah brive, Organization: leagues, Organization: louia, Organization: m“lumshea, Organization: national league's, Organization: rborlugi, Organization: supervisone milwoukee courses, Organization: tetrion, Organization: the giana, Organization: the national iddf poatine, Organization: the national league, Organization: the national vastine, Organization: the twins, Organization: the,, Person: ae, Person: al, Person: ale, Person: dean, Person: dodpens, Person: epona gaobectentett, Person: gaonted, Person: george f. sc, Person: ia 44, Person: le, Person: milam coundy boaul, Person: minnenpolia, Person: niboaubee, Person: sam, Person: son franeiseo, Person: wiseonsatr, Person: youn, Person: youra vang
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Box 17, Folder 6, Document 125

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  • Text: Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. and Arthur Montgomery, Chairman of the Stadium Authority, invited me to visit Atlanta to look at the new municipal stadium being built and to make a first-hand inspection of the growth and expansion in this fine city and its supporting region, The Stadium Authority has given me a firm contract for consideration of the Braves. I am taking this back to Chicago as part of the evaluation I am making regarding the Braves' future. The Braves recognize the responsibility and public trust involved in even considering the moving of a professional sports franchise from one area to another. However, since baseball is truly a national sport, we can no longer ignore the vast areas of this country which do not currently enjoy our great game, I want to compliment the people of Atlanta, Mayor Allen, Arthur Montgomery, the Stadium Authority and the other elected officials for their foresight in creating the facilities and atmosphere for the inevitable introduction of major league sports to the southeastern area of the United States. STATEMENT BY WILLIAM C,. BARTHOLOMAY CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD MILWAUKEE BRAVES October 14, 1964
  • Tags: Box 17, Box 17 Folder 6, Date: october 14, 1964, Folder topic: Atlanta Braves | 1964, Geopolitical Entity: Atlanta, Geopolitical Entity: Chicago, Geopolitical Entity: United States, Organization: braves, Organization: the board, Organization: the stadium authority, Person: arthur montgomery, Person: Ivan Allen, Person: william c
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Box 17, Folder 6, Document 136

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  • Text: AAS in AM LNA eda anh a ea a Sa piesaindiind GA 4 0 Pad ues Molo Mr. William C. Bartholomay Chairman of the Board Milwaukee Braves, Inc. 2 North Riverside Plaza Chicago, Illinois Dear Mr. Bartholomay: For the good of Atlanta, as well as for the good of the Braves, I most sincerely and heartily raise my voice in the crescending chorus which will reach you inviting them to make their home here. When that happy day arrives, all we citizens of Atlanta can wear Dartmouth college ties! The s 1 for the school, as you may know, is an Indian Head: Very cordia yours, . ee Cc. ¥. Palmer President CFP:iras bec: Mr. Opie L. Shelton yf: bee: Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr., Mayor
  • Tags: Box 17, Box 17 Folder 6, Folder topic: Atlanta Braves | 1964, Geopolitical Entity: Atlanta, Geopolitical Entity: Chicago, Organization: braves, Organization: dartmouth, Organization: illinois, Organization: lna, Organization: the board milwaukee braves, inc., Person: bartholomay, Person: cc, Person: cfp, Person: Ivan Allen, Person: opie l. shelton, Person: william c. bartholomay
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