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Politics, Practical

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Public Note: Here are entered works on practical political methods used in political party work, electioneering, etc.

Found in 110 Collections and/or Records:

Letter from Frank H. Murkowski to Yuli M. Vorontsov, 1999 January 13

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Identifier: M339.06.0001.00008
Abstract Typed letter from Frank H. Murkowski, Senator from Alaska, to Yuli M. Vorontsov dated January 13, 1999. Murkowski is unable to attend the luncheon in honor of Vorontsov, but would like to extend his gratitude for the work that Vorontsov has done over the course of his career as both an Ambassador and as a member of the Advisory Council for the Russian-American Chamber of Commerce.
Dates: 1999 January 13

Letter from G. William Walster addressed "To Whom It May Concern", 1999 January 13

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Identifier: M339.06.0001.00009
Abstract Typed letter from G. William Walster, Manger, Russian Projects at Sun Microsystems dated January 13, 1999. This letter congratulates Yuli Vorontsov on his long and successful career and his efforts to promote business relations between Russia and America.
Dates: 1999 January 13

Letter from Igor Ivanov to Vorontsov

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Identifier: M339.04.04.0001.00003
Abstract Letter from Igor Ivanov to U.M. Vorontsov. This letter is not dated.
Dates: 1926-2010

Letter from International Foundation for Socio-Economic and Political Research to Vorontsov, 2004 October 7

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Identifier: M339.04.04.0001.00007
Abstract Letter from Int'l Foundation for Socio-Economic and Political Research (Gorbachev-Foundation) to U.M. Vorontsov. The letter extends personal gratitude for help during the "most important years of my life". The letter is signed "Mihail Gorbachev".
Dates: 2004 October 7

Letter from Joe Twitchell to Yuli M. Vorontsov, 1999 January 13

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Identifier: M339.06.0001.00010
Abstract Typed letter from Joe Twitchell of 3M and Director of Russian-American Chamber of Commerce to Yuli M. Vorontsov dated January 13, 1999. In this letter, Twitchell thanks Vorontsov for his support, advice and wisdom that he has provided over the years.
Dates: 1999 January 13

Letter from Kenneth P. McCullough to Yuli M. Vorontsov, 1999 January 7

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Identifier: M339.06.0001.00011
Abstract Typed letter from Kenneth P. McCullough, President and CEO of Havens Steel, to Yuli M. Vorontsov dated January 7, 1999. McCullough informs Vorontsov that he cannot attend his farewell luncheon, but would like to express his appreciation on behalf of his company, Havens Steel, for Vorontsov's service in the Russian-American Chamber of Commerce and his efforts to promote American foreign investment in Russia.
Dates: 1999 January 7

Letter from Marshall D. Shulman to Deborah Palmieri with request to forward to Yuli M. Vorontsov, 1999 January 13

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Identifier: M339.06.0001.00012
Abstract Typed letter from Marshall D. Shulman to Dr. Deborah Palmieri dated January 13, 1999. Shulman cannot attend the farewell luncheon due to illness and asks that Palmierie please forward a message to Vorontsov. In this message he speasks of the respect he has for the integrity and distinction with which Vorontsov served both his country and the international community.
Dates: 1999 January 13

Letter from Max Baucus to Yuli M. Vorontsov, 1999 February 22

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Identifier: M339.06.0001.00013
Abstract Typed letter from Max Baucus, Senator of Montana, to Yuli M. Vorontsov dated February 22, 1999. Baucus is unable to attend the farewell luncheon, but speaks to the great efforts on the part of Vorontsov to strengthen business relations between the United States and Russia.
Dates: 1999 February 22

Letter from Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation fo the UN to Vorontsov

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Identifier: M339.04.04.0001.00008
Abstract Letter from Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the UN, Andrey Denisov, to U.M. Vorontsov for his 75th Birthday.
Dates: 1926-2010

Letter from Raymond S. Colladay to Yuli M. Vorontsov, 1999 January 13

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Identifier: M339.06.0001.00014
Abstract Typed letter from Raymond S. Colladay, President of Lockheed Martin, to Yuli M. Vorontsov dated January 13, 1999. Colladay expresses his admiration for Vorontsov and his diplomatic work in regards to relations between Russia and America. He goes on to thank Vorontsov for his help and encouragement in creating several business relationships between Lockheed Martin and various companies in Russia.
Dates: 1999 January 13