Memoranda on the Chicago World's Fair 1992, November 11, 1982

Memorandum on the Chicago World's Fair 1992: Age of Discovery

November 11, 1982

Memorandum for the Secretary of State

Subject: Chicago World's Fair 1992: Age of Discovery

In accordance with Public Law 91 - 269, I have approved the recommendation for Federal recognition of the ``Chicago World's Fair 1992: Age of Discovery'', finding that such recognition will be in the national interest.

Accordingly, I am requesting you to instruct the United States delegate to the Bureau of International Expositions to notify the Bureau of my actions.

Ronald Reagan

Memorandum on the Chicago World's Fair 1992: Age of Discovery

November 11, 1982

Memorandum for the Secretary of Commerce

Subject: Chicago World's Fair 1992: Age of Discovery

I have reviewed the reports and recommendations presented to me by you and the Secretary of State that recognition be given to the ``Chicago World's Fair 1992: Age of Discovery'', and find that such recognition will be in the national interest.

I approve granting Federal recognition to the Exposition with the understanding that the Federal participation in the Fair will not exceed $90 million over the next ten year period.

On that basis, please advise the appropriate agencies that official recognition is hereby granted.

I would also appreciate your taking the appropriate steps to notify the Congress of this action, in accordance with Section 2(c) of P.L. 91 - 269.

Ronald Reagan