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Requests 50 copies of "Only Then Shall We Find Courage" for his students

Requests 250 copies of open letter from Soviet scientists and Einstein's reply for use in educational sociology department

Donation; Einstein's use of word "ultimately" means something now

Speaks at Oakmound Farm Bureau. Receives donation.

Informs ECAS that he would like to create a lecture recorded on a phonograph to be broadcast on the local radio station in Fargo. Provides outline of the lecture. Asks for guidance.

Offers advice that it is time for a major push of scientists for one-world government. Tone is very urgen

Introduces Professor Arthur Munk, asking for bulletins

Long, heartfelt letter. Discusses buisness first, including "North Dakota Pushes for Peace." Then discusses lectures and family life. His wife, two children and dog, he says, all support him.

Lists organizations to whom he had distributed pamphlets. Also lists his speaking engagements from October 1946 to February 1947.

Given a talk to the Kindred, ND, Farm Forum. Requests 50 copies of pamphelts for them and 1000 copies of each ECAS pamphlet for upcoming lectures.