CORRESPONDENCE, WHITE HOUSE OFFICE OF: SPECIAL LETTER RESPONSE: Records, 1981-1989 REAGAN LIBRARY COLLECTIONS
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CORRESPONDENCE, WHITE HOUSE OFFICE OF: SPECIAL LETTER RESPONSE: Records, 1981-1989
This collection is a unit of the White House Office of Correspondence. The Library is treating this unit as a separate collection.
Special Letter Response prepared letters requiring some personalization or specialization of response beyond the standard language used in the response to public form letters. The only material we have for this unit is material from the very end of the administration. It was either to destined for the White House Bulk Mail collection or to be filed within the White House Office of Records Management Alphabetical File. We have not made this determination and retained the material in this unit. It is not arranged into series.
Incoming Too Late to File October 1988
Incoming Too Late to File November 1988 (1)-(15)
Incoming Too Late to File December 1988 (1)-(14)
Incoming Too Late to File January 1989 (1)-(7)
Mostly Unanswered Pro-Life Mail (1)-(4)
Mostly Unanswered Mail [Health and Human Services Teen Pregnancy Commission]
Mostly Unanswered Mail [Fetal Tissue Research] (1)-(3)
Mostly Unanswered Mail [Atlanta Anti-Abortion Protests]
Mostly Unanswered Mail Free Joan Andrews]
Mostly Unanswered Mail [Pro-Life Postage Stamp]
Mostly Unanswered Mail [President Reagan Support]
Mostly Unanswered Mail [Various Issues]
Mostly Unanswered Mail [Pardons: Oliver North and John Poindexter]
Flag Tie Tacks Marked for President Reagan
Flag Tie Tacks Marked for Vice President Bush