Coggin Jr., Charles U. (fl. 1942-1943) Letter to Mr. J. Harold Ennis
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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09745.02 Author/Creator: Coggin Jr., Charles U. (fl. 1942-1943) Place Written: Washington, D.C. Type: Typed letter signed Date: 20 October 1943 Pagination: 1 p. ; 7.8 x 21.7 cm.
One letter from Charles U. Coggin, Jr., to Mr. J. Harold Ennis, dated October 20, 1943. Coggin acknowledges the two mens' difference of opinion on the new policy, but hopes Ennis will agree that it will contribute effectively toward the Red Cross's goal of alleviating suffering and conserving human life. Letter is typed on official American Red Cross stationary with the address for the National Headquarters. A stamp on the bottom of letter reads, "Enrollment for Service: American Junior Red Cross Enrollment Campaign, November 1-15, 1943."
Charles U. Coggin, Jr. was the Assistant National Director of the Blood Donor Service for the American Red Cross.
Mr. J. Harold Ennis was a Home Service Chairman for the Local Red Cross Chapter at Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa. Mr. Ennis was also a Professor of Sociology at Cornell College.
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