Contains 36 Results:
Letter from Cyrus Hogue, Jr. to Merrill Evans, Chairman of the North Carolina State Highway Commission, discussing an announcement made regarding a new bridge over the Cape Fear River and the need to begin developing plans to submit to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Letter from Merrill Evans to Cyrus Hogue discussing his conversations with others regarding the need for a new bridge in Wilmington and suggesting that the two meet with Lauch Faircloth, State Highway Commission, more frequently to maintain momentum.
Letter from Cyrus Hogue, Jr. to Merrill Evans in response to Evans' letter dated October 11, 1962. This letter suggests arranging a meeting with Lauch Faircloth and Terry Sanford, Governor of North Carolina, regarding the preparation of new plans for a bridge
Letter from Hugh Morton, photographer and owner of Grandfather Mountain, to Governor Terry Sanford regarding an issue with the State Highway Commission in regard to a project in western North Carolina. The letter references Merrill Evans' suggestion that Morton was the source of information in a News & Observer article concerning the Wilmington bridge project.
Letter from Hugh Morton to Merrill Evans regarding his suggestion that Morton was the source of information in a News & Observer article concerning the Wilmington bridge project.
Letter from Merrill Evans to Hugh Morton in response to Morton's letter dated December 14, 1962. In this letter, Evans denies attributing Morton as the source of the information in the News & Observer article on the Wilmington bridge project.
Letter from Cyrus Hogue to Merrill Evans discussing a meeting with Willard (Bill) F. Babcock, North Carolina State Highway Director, regarding the bridge design timeline and the need to accomplish the project during the Sanford administration.
Letter fro Cyrus Hogue to Terry Sanford suggesting that the Governor be the one to announce the Wilmington bridge project to the public. The letter additionally thanks Sanford for moving the State Ports Authority offices back to Wilmington.
Letter from Merrill Evans to Cyrus Hogue in response to Hogue's letter dated January 16, 1963. Evans agrees that the bridge design timeline is too long and discusses exploring possibilities to expedite the process in Raleigh.
Note from Governor Terry Sanford to Cyrus Hogue thanking him for the letter dated January 16, 1963 and stating that he would keep in touch regarding the Wilmington bridge project. Note written on Sanford's stationary.