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Blaine Hallock letter to Wayne L. Morse, 1952 June 30
- Hallock, Blaine.
- Blaine Hallock letter to Wayne L. Morse
- 1952 June 30 (inclusive)1952063019520630
- .02 cubic feet (1 folder)
- Collection Number
- Mss 1500
- Typescript carbon copy letter from Blaine Hallock, Baker, Oregon, to Wayne L. Morse, Washington, D.C., 11 pp, 30 June 1952, reacting to a speech given by Morse regarding the Bonneville Power Administration and Hell's Canyon.
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Typescript carbon copy letter from Blaine Hallock, Baker, Oregon, to Wayne L. Morse, Washington, D.C., 11 pp, 30 June 1952, reacting to a speech given by Morse regarding the Bonneville Power Administration and Hell's Canyon.
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Blaine Hallock letter to Wayne L. Morse, Mss 1500, Oregon Historical Society Research Library.
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Names and SubjectsReturn to Top
- Politics and government -- Oregon -- 20th century.
- Power policy -- Oregon.
- United States. -- Bonneville Power Administration.
- Hallock, Blaine -- Correspondence.
- Morse, Wayne L. -- (Wayne Lyman), -- 1900-1974 -- Correspondence.
- Hells Canyon (Idaho and Or.)
- Oregon -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
Form or Genre Terms
- Letters (correspondence) -- aat