Gallery view

1986 May 6

Roggenburk, Laurie

Letter from Laurie Roggenburk to British Airways

Concerning the enclosed unused tickets which Roggenburk submits for credit. Enclosures not with letter.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1972 Mar. 15

Chilcote, Judy A.

Letter from Judy A. Chilcote to James M. Raftery

McCormack's secretary encloses a personal check and application from Mark H. McCormack to secure a line of credit for an American Express executive credit card. Enclosures not with letter.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1980 June 18

McCormack, Nancy Breckenridge

Nancy B. McCormack's Master Card application

Cleveland (Ohio) - Copy of Nancy B. McCormack's Master Card application.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1963 Nov. 26

McCormack, Mark H.

Letter from Mark H. McCormack to Charles L. Foley

McCormack thanks Foley for his idea, and explains that the credit card idea has been proposed numerous times but that the amount of work it would take would outweigh the rewards. However, he wishes Foley luck with the idea and offers to provide help when needed.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1986 May 23

Roggenburk, Laurie

Memorandum from Laurie Roggenburk to Barbara Kernc

Laurie Roggenburk indicates to Barbara Kernc that a specific airline charge for Betsy's trip to Augusta from Orlando should be charged to Mark H. McCormack. Attached is an American Express card invoice addressed to Betsy Nagelsen.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1980 June 19

Kernc, Barbara

Letter from Barbara J. Kernc to John Clark

Kernc sends Nancy B. McCormack's Master Card application.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1986 June 18

Roggenburk, Laurie

Memorandum from Laurie Roggenburk to Mark H. McCormack

Concerning the annual fee for McCormack's Gold and Platinum American Express cards.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1963 Nov. 12

Foley, Charles L.

Letter from Charles L. Foley to Mark H. McCormack

Winter Haven (Fla.) - Pitching the idea of a golf credit card that would hole the name of "Arnold Palmer or the like." Foley goes on to explains that many vacation spots advertise golf as a part of their entertainment, and the card holder would be entitled to room and board and the used of all golfing facilities.

Mark H. McCormack Papers