Mitchel Air Force Base, Hempstead, New York (D-N.Y.-567): Petitions, 1962-1963

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Title
Mitchel Air Force Base, Hempstead, New York (D-N.Y.-567): Petitions, 1962-1963
Collection
United States General Services Administration Records
Finding Aid | Digitized Content
Digital Identifier
USGSA-MF07-001
Date(s) of Materials
21 December 1962-7 January 1963
Folder Description
This folder contains material pertaining to petitions in favor of granting surplus land at the former Mitchel Air Force Base to the East Meadow School District, Nassau County, New York, for construction of a public school building.
Extent / Physical Description
9 digital pages
Series
Series 7. Utilization and Disposal Service Files, 1960-1964.
Preferred Citation
United States General Services Administration Records. Utilization and Disposal Service Files, 1960-1964. Mitchel Air Force Base, Hempstead, New York (D-N.Y.-567): Petitions, 1962-1963. USGSA-MF07-001. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Subject(s)
Media Type
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