Durham, Mrs. Willard, July 5, 1946.
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public interest you have [illegible] I thought your radio program, Operatini [?] Crossroads, was superb, and the script not effectively handled. Will there be any rebroadcasts? This type of program reaches so many people who are inaccessible printed matter. I am delighted to know that your initial appeal for funds has proved so successful. I am in complete agreement with Dr. [illegible] that it would be [illegible] to discourage small contributions, for nothing enlists sympathy in a cause more effectively than to give it even as dollar. What I really had in mind was, not a public demand for large contributions, but the private securing of a list of guarantors who would pledge themselves to make good, up to a certain amount (sep [?]
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