Senator Hill tells Gregg that the National Library of Medicine bill has passed the U.S. House of Representatives.
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1956-07-23 (July 23, 1956)
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Postwar Work and Retirement, 1945-1956
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July 23, 1956
My dear Dr. Gregg:
I have been happy to receive your letter of July 20 with enclosure, and it was indeed most gratifying to be able to send you
the telegram earlier today about the House action approving our National Library of Medicine bill. As passed by the House,
the bill leaves the location of the National Library of Medicine in the hands of the Board of Regents, and we feel this will
be entirely all right. This House action assures final passage of the bill, for I am confident we can get the Senate to accept
the House amendment.
Again all my thanks for your steadfast assistance, Doctor.
I appreciate your kindness in sending me a copy of your talk which was made in Michigan earlier this year. I shall read it
with much interest and I am sure much benefit.
With kindest personal regards and best wishes, I am