Boname, M.E., September 24, 1947.
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Mrs R. V. Boname 12 Vale Place Rye, New York
Sept. 24. '47
Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists Princeton, N.J.
Your folders were forwarded to me here from Washington and I am glad to send on this mailing list which may [illegible] of [illegible] assistance than my necessarily meagre contribution.
Understanding that the Committee desires to keep out of politics, I was nevertheless glad to see in the papers yesterday that Dr. Einstein is preparing practical steps along political lines. If something of [illegible] platform - action with or without Russia aiming at an ultra-national set. up - were enclosed with your pamphlets dealing with atomic energy,
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