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McCormack explains that Arnold Palmer's autumn and early winter schedule is still up in the air, but that it may be possible to schedule a day on the West Coast.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1971 Aug. 3
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McCormack is sorry that he and Smith could not come to an agreement for the amplification of the Arnold Palmer and U. S. Steel relationship. He notes that the letter is an invoice for $16,667 pursuant of the contract between Arnold Palmer Enterprises and the U. S. Steel Corporation.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1969 Sept. 3
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Declining an appearance at the current fee on behalf of Arnnold Palmer. McCormack indicates they would discuss the matter at a higher fee or as part of a longer contract.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1974 Nov. 15
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McCormack needs to know the specific venue of the golf outing on the West Coast on November 18.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1971 Aug. 27
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Concerning the issue between Arnold Palmer Enterprises and U. S. Steel Corporation
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1969 Sept. 25
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McCormack forwards his recent letter in case Smith did not receive it.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1973 Mar. 22
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Acknowledges Smith's letter to Mark H. McCormack, and notifies him that McCormack is out of the country.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

Chilcote, Judy A.
1971 July 1
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McCormack writes regarding the arrangement with Arnold Palmer, and suggests Palmer could do a day or two activities each year for a fee.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1973 Feb. 12
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McCormack wonders if Smith has had the chance to consider his previous letter.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1969 July 28
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Responding to a letter sent to Charles Foley concerning an Arnold Palmer contract. McCormack disagrees with the suggestion that a contract be cancelled and notes that they have turned down several Arnold Palmer opportunities due to the agreement held. A meeting to work out how the United States Steel Corporation can use Arnold Palmer and fulfill their contract is suggested.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1969 June 25