Name

Pan American World Airways, Inc. (74)
McCormack, Mark H. (70)
Blake, Norman (22)
Colussy, Dan A. (8)
Barnes, Murray (7)
Jacklin, Tony (6)
Fannan, James L. (5)
Rennell, Paul T. (5)
Chilcote, Judy A. (3)
Hines, Larry F. (3)
Madden, Paul R. (3)
Nicklaus, Jack (3)
Acker, C. Edward (2)
Barkle, Richard (2)
Badalamenti, Mary Ann (1)
Barkle, Richard N. (1)
Battistich, Roberto (1)
Borg, Björn, 1956- (1)
Fannan, J. L. (1)
Fannon, James (1)
Frank, Barry (1)
Fry, Kent C. (1)
Gonzales, Adolph (1)
Harkins, Edna (1)
Kain, Robert D. (1)
Killy, Jean Claude (1)
Laver, Rodney George (1)
Lewis, Charles D. (1)
Merchandising Consultants International (1)
Palmer, Arnold, 1929- (1)
Pan American World Airways (1)
Rees, David A. (1)
Rennell, Paul (1)
Torrance, Bert (1)
United States Ski Association (1)
United States Ski Educational Foundation (1)
Weeks, Jim (1)
Wimbledon Championships (1)
Wimbledon Championships (Wimbledon, London, England) (1)
World of professional golf (1)

Topic

Sales (19)
Business enterprises (13)
Business communication (9)
Finance (9)
Business meetings (6)
Negotiation in business (6)
Golf (4)
Tournaments (3)
Actions and defenses (2)
Barter (2)
Corporate sponsorship (2)
Sports films (2)
Travel (2)
Air travel (1)
Contracts (1)
Endorsements in advertising (1)
Equipment and supplies (1)
Marketing (1)
Promotional films (1)
TOPICAL LCSH IF APPLICABLE (1)
Tax planning (1)

Genre

Correspondence (72)
Memorandums (4)
Invoices (1)
Notes (1)

Collection

Mark H. McCormack Papers (74)

Place

Cleveland (Ohio) (2)
GEOGRAPHIC LCSH IF APPLICABLE (1)
Rockleigh (N. J.) (1)

 

 

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McCormack writes to Fry after seeing him at a Sargent Shriver event. McCormack asks Fry to consider a Jean-Claude Killy association with Pan-American Airways, suggesting endorsements, ski tours and advertisements.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1969 Apr. 28
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McCormack would be happy to substitute California or Hawaii for Ireland, and for Bruce's tax purposes, would prefer it. He would also be happy to switch Africa for Japan.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1969 Sept. 27
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Listing the number of times McCormack has travelled using Pan Am Airlines since January. The list includes routing information, the flight number, date, and ticket costs.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

Chilcote, Judy A.
1970 Aug. 3
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McCormack sends a copy of a recent letter and hopes for a response. Enclosure not with letter.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1973 Sept. 15
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Requesting a meeting in New York to discuss unspecified matters.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1975 Nov. 13
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McCormack notes difficult times in the past concerning airline negtoiations but suggests now may be a good time to talk about a relationship between Pan American and International Management Group.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1977 July 19
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Cleveland (Ohio) - McCormack asks Rennell how they can get the potential deal with Jack Nicklaus and Pan American back on track.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1968 Jan. 29
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McCormack proposes a Pan America international golf tournament. A general format is described as well as, prize packages, promotional ideas and tour routes. Additionally, McCoramck suggests filming the tournament. McCormack indicates that his company(likely Trans World Sports) would be able to produce the film. This letter is a nearly identical copy of a letter dated Decemb... more
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1968 Dec. 31
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McCormack sends a brochure on Personal Golf. Enclosure not with letter.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1970 Dec. 28
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McCormack notes that there shouldn't be a problem with the September 14 date unless there is a Ryder Cup official function that Tony Jacklin must attend.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1971 Mar. 5