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Greenbrier FBI Memos: 1957

Greenbrier FBI Memos: 1957

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Published by Bill Geerhart

Amusing declassified FBI internal memorandums from 1957 in which the correct name for the congressional relocation site is pointed out by the Director (J. Edgar Hoover) to be "Greenbriar," [sic] not "Sweetbriar." It is interesting to note that, according to the second page, outside of the Office of Defense Mobilization, only President Eisenhower, Vice President Nixon, Senator Bill Knowland (Senate Minority Leader), "one representative," "one or two officials of the C & O Railroad" (the company that owned the Greenbrier Hotel) and "approximately three individuals within ACSI (Assistant Chief Staff, Intelligence) knew about the project.

Amusing declassified FBI internal memorandums from 1957 in which the correct name for the congressional relocation site is pointed out by the Director (J. Edgar Hoover) to be "Greenbriar," [sic] not "Sweetbriar." It is interesting to note that, according to the second page, outside of the Office of Defense Mobilization, only President Eisenhower, Vice President Nixon, Senator Bill Knowland (Senate Minority Leader), "one representative," "one or two officials of the C & O Railroad" (the company that owned the Greenbrier Hotel) and "approximately three individuals within ACSI (Assistant Chief Staff, Intelligence) knew about the project.

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Categories:Types, Letters
Published by: Bill Geerhart on Aug 10, 2012
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

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