Name

Foley, Charles L. (98)
McCormack, Mark H. (91)
Alford, Richard R. (14)
Carpenter, William H. (13)
Keating, Edward J. (13)
Player, Gary (13)
Palmer, Arnold, 1929- (12)
Lafave, Arthur J. (10)
Isaacson, H. Richard (7)
Chilcote, Judy A. (5)
Mulberry, Al F. (4)
Jacklin, Tony (3)
Rees, David A. (3)
Fike, Earl (2)
Isaacson, Richard (2)
Kennedy, David, 1939- (2)
McGrath, John W. (2)
Michaels, Jay (2)
Mulberry, A.F. (2)
British Open (Golf tournament) (1)
Clark Equipment Company (1)
Cleveland Clinic Foundation (1)
Floyd, Ray (1)
Gibson, Bob, 1935 (1)
Hill, Dave, 1937-2011 (1)
Hinson, Larry, 1944- (1)
Killy, Jean Claude (1)
Legrange, Cobie, 1942- (1)
Lynch, Michael T., 1938- (1)
McGill, Sharon (1)
Newsweek, inc. (1)
Peterson, Ann, 1947- (1)
Ratz, Inge (1)
Rosenthal, Jules (1)
Smith, Peter (1)
Sorrell, Martin S. (1)
Stewart, Jackie (1)
Texas Gas Transmission Corporation (1)
Townsend, Peter, 1946- (1)
Wood, Jack (1)

Topic

Business enterprises (19)
Finance (13)
Golf exhibitions (9)
Golf (7)
Sales (7)
Business communication (6)
Tournaments (5)
Negotiation in business (4)
Contracts (3)
Economic aspects (3)
Planning (3)
Bookkeeping (2)
Credit cards (2)
Office management (2)
Automobile racing drivers (1)
Contracts, Preliminary (1)
Corporate sponsorship (1)
Deferred compensation (1)
Indorsements (1)
Instruction and study (1)
Jockeys (1)
Personnel management (1)
Professional athletes (1)
Profit-sharing (1)
Publicity (1)
Sports publishing (1)
Supervision of employees (1)
Television broadcasting of sports (1)

Genre

Correspondence (91)
Memorandums (80)
Notes (2)
Memorandum (1)

Collection

Mark H. McCormack Papers (98)

Place

Cleveland (Ohio) (4)
Great Britain (1)
Winter Haven (Fla.) (1)

 

 

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McCormack explains that Arnold Palmer played at the Country Club of Cleveland for nothing, due to a longstanding relationship which pre-dated his rise to fame. McCormack establishes that Arnold's price will be $7,500 for a golf exhibition during 1968.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1967 Nov. 14
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McCormack requests that biographical information and good publicity be sent to Derek Gankerseer of Uniroyal England for promotional material on Arnold Palmer's new golf clubs.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1970 Oct. 24
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Requesting details on an unspecified Donnelley outing and an unspecified Newsweek outing on behalf of Arnold Palmer.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1968 Apr. 20
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McCormack informs Charles L. Foley that Arnold Palmer would like to renew the Reuben H. Donnelley contract. McCormack would like to do it for more than one year to avoid getting inot the position of renewing everything every year. He briefly mentions more details regarding where the party and socializing will be held.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1969 Dec. 5
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Enclosing a letter from Hord Hardin and indicating that an unspecified fee is remaining at a high level. Enclosure not with letter.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1969 Nov. 29
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Cleveland (Ohio) - Memorandum announcing a new client committee meeting.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1968 Jan. 3
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Notifying account supervisors of a recent issue with Clive Clark where he went ahead with a television appearance deal before clearing it through proper channels. A portion of recent letter from Bob Ferrier is quoted setting the context for the memorandum.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1968 June 18
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McCormack asks Charles L. Foley to advise Mr. Gage that they will let him know about specific dates regarding the Westfield, Massachusetts golf exhibition within the next month or two. McCormack explains his thoughts on reductions in regards to exhibitions Arnold Palmer plays and requests Foley's thoughts on the matter.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1969 Dec. 5
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Suggesting Foley get a firm commitment from Samoa for an unspecified matter and noting that Arnold Palmer may not do the exhibition.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1971 Sept. 7
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Judy Chilcote, secretary to McCormack, writes Charles L. Foley about having McCormack sign a letter of recommendation.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

Chilcote, Judy A.
1971 Dec. 2