Contains 10 Results:
Five campaign pins: One for "Don Betz 4 Senate," one for "Re-Elect Mayor Don Betz," two for Dukakis for President in 1988, and one for the United States Conference of Mayors at the 1988 Democratic Convention in Atlanta.
Contains papers and photos from Betz's time as a delegate from North Carolina at the 1988 Democratic National Convention in Atlanta, GA. A campaign pin for Al Gore for President and a copied photo of Gore and Betz together is also included.
Contains correspondence and thank you letters regarding ship visits from the U.S. Coast Guard and the British Royal Navy in Wilmington. A photo of Betz with several others on the H.M.S. Invincible is also included.
Contains papers and correspondence related to Betz's service as chairman of the N.C. Coalation for Public Transportation, including a signed letter by Pat McCrory, then mayor of Charlotte.
Contains a copy of "North Carolina Cargo Magazine" from 1990 featuring an article about the opening of Interstate 40 in Wilmington from Raleigh. Betz, as mayor at the time, is featured at the ceremony. A picture of the Wilmington, NC mileage sign going up on I-40 in Barstow, CA--where it ends on the West Coast--is also featured. The page of the article is marked by a pin from the city of Barstow.
Contains programs, cards, and invitations for special events in Wilmington, including the 250th anniversary of the city in 1989 and the 50th anniversary of V-J Day at the Battleship North Carolina.
Contains papers related to Betz's campaign for the Wilmington city council, such as newspaper clippings and copies, bumper stickers, and invoices for his campaign advertising and efforts. Some select correspondence and cards from his election and time as mayor are also included, as well as a pamphlet from his run for the North Carolina state senate.
Contains letters, articles and newspaper clippings, and paper photos from Betz's time as Wilmington's mayor. Content speaks largely to his environmental concerns, planning development, and disaster funds. Most are to him in response to letters of legislative concerns he had initially sent or as thanks for work he had done. A few letters of note are from UNCW's James Leutze, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Representative Charlie Rose, and Senators Terry Sanford and Lauch Faircloth.