Letter from Manning J. Dauer to Senator George A. Smathers, May 28, 1959


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Letter from Manning J. Dauer to Senator George A. Smathers, May 28, 1959
Series Title:
Graham, D. Robert (Bob). 1959-1984
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Mixed Material
Dauer, Manning Julian
Dauer, Manning J. ( donor )
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Box: 3
Folder: Graham, D. Robert (Bob). 1959-1984


Subjects / Keywords:
Smathers, George A. (George Armistead), 1913-2007
Spatial Coverage:
North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville

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University of Florida
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May 28, 1959

Senator George smathers
Senate Office Building
Washington, D. C.

Dear George:

I thought you would like to know that Daniel Robert Grahb of Miai will
be in Washington on a Citisenship Clearing Bouse project in Representative
Dante Faseell's office during the period June 15 to July 15. As you doubtless
know, the Citizenship Clearing House wva founded by the late Justice Arthur T.
Vanderbilt of New Jersey to interest undergraduate college students in partici.
patio in politics. The purpose of the Citizenship Clearing House progre in
Washington for the summer is to orient students to the to party program. He
in Phil Graham's half brother and he ha been selected by the Florida Citizen-
ship Clearing Bouse as one of the graduating seniors from Florida colleges.

Also, for your information, Bob Grahaa will receive his A.B. degree at the
June Caoannne mt with an saerage of between 3.8 and 3.9 =were 4.0 is equal to
"A". He as Chamellor of the b honor Court, SecretaryTreasurer of the Student
Body, a amber of Florida Blue Key and APi Bets Kappa and also quite prominent
in debate. Likewise, he wa President of the scapus Young Deaoorats. He was
married in February and has been accepted for admission to Harvard Law School
this coming September. While of course he know you and would like to contact
you while in Wahington, I thought it would be useful for you to know in detail
something about his aapus career and interests. His Gainesville address is
1112 N.W. 1st Plaoe, apartment 16, and he will be back here for C aencaent
the end of the first week in June.

Thank you for your interest in the proposal for Congressional internships
concerning vhich you wrote in detail earlier. Reaction on the plan was such
that it seemed best to drop the matter.

With all best regards,

Sincerely yours,

Manning J. Dauer