Convicts Anonymous Blood Drive Assistance

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A letter from Convicts Anonymous in Michigan City, Indiana, requesting Senator Bayh's assistance in setting up a blood drive to benefit U.S. troops in Vietnam. A response from a Bayh staffer, Steve Lesher, notes, "I found your letter extremely moving. It is my hope that the Senator will be able to assist you in your desire and, if so, that people throughout Indiana will learn of your willingness to help."

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Donald Anderson. "Convicts Anonymous Blood Drive Assistance." Birch Bayh Senatorial Papers, Legislative Working Files: Foreign Policy, Vietnam War, 1965. Accessed 16 August 2022. http://acsc.lib.udel.edu/items/show/219.

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Convicts Anonymous Blood Drive Assistance

Subject

Vietnam War, 1961-1975

Description

A letter from Convicts Anonymous in Michigan City, Indiana, requesting Senator Bayh's assistance in setting up a blood drive to benefit U.S. troops in Vietnam. A response from a Bayh staffer, Steve Lesher, notes, "I found your letter extremely moving. It is my hope that the Senator will be able to assist you in your desire and, if so, that people throughout Indiana will learn of your willingness to help."

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Donald Anderson
Steve Lesher

Source

Birch Bayh Senatorial Papers, Legislative Working Files: Foreign Policy, Vietnam War, 1965

Publisher

Association of Centers for the Study of Congress

Date

1965-11-15

Contributor

Modern Political Papers, Indiana University Libraries

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Language

English

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Michigan City, Indiana