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New Mexico Governor's Letter about Centennial

 

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OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR
STATE CAPITOL
SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO 87503

GARY E. JOHNSON
GOVERNOR

February 20, 2001
(505) 827-3000

Karen H. Brown
United States Department of Commerce
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Gaithersburg, Maryland 20899

Dear Ms. Brown:

It is with great honor that I have enclosed your New Mexico State Flag, as you requested. I know the flag will fly proudly in the Hall of State Flags.

I would also like to add my congratulations to the National Institute of Standards and Technology for their efforts in helping businesses across the United States.

Please feel free to contact my office if you require any further assistance, and best of luck with your Centennial celebration.

Sincerely,

Gary E. Johnson
Governor of New Mexico

 

Notice of Online Archive: This page is no longer being updated and remains online for informational and historical purposes only. The information is accurate as of 2001. For questions about page contents, please inquiries [at] nist.gov (contact us).
Created July 30, 2013, Updated March 9, 2017