Contains 36 Results:
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.
Letter from Cyrus Hogue to Lauch Faircloth discussing the State Ports Authority's position supporting the high level bridge plan in the newspaper and the issues this causes when two state agencies (State Ports Authority and the State Highway Commission) having opposing view points.
Note on Hogue and Hill Attorneys at Law memorandum paper from Cyrus Hogue to Bill Babcock stating that enclosed are two affidavits filed by Peter Ruffin and W.S.R. Beane in a recent labor suit in Federal District Court in Wilmington. Affidavits are not included in these papers, however Ruffin was mentioned in Hogue's letter to Faircloth dated March 29, 1963.
Statement by Mayor O.O. Allsbrook at a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers public hearing on draw span access across the Cape Fear River. In the statement, Allsbrook discusses information he has gathered from public officials of coastal cities regarding bridging across oceangoing ship channels. He concludes by strongly opposing a draw bridge on the ocean side of Wilmington and states that this plan would be a setback for the city.
Letter from Cyrus Hogue to Lauch Faircloth discussing his delight in the final Wilmington bridge plan decision and thanking Faircloth for his advocacy.
Letter from Cyrus Hogue to Terry Sanford thanking him for his assistance with the Wilmington bridge project following a final decision of a mid-level bridge.