Durham, Mrs. Willard, July 5, 1946.
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610 Woodmont Avenue Berkeley 8, California one thousand dollars ^a piece) any deficit you might have to encounter in your public drive for funds, such deficit to be pro rated amongst them. I have seen this method employed successfully by [illegible], where the total sum required was not easily [illegible] on the basis of a public appeal. Of course, if you need no such guarantee, that is most fortunate, and you at to be congratulated. I believe your cause is the most important issue now before the country, and I would like very much to keep in touch with your activities and to reinforce [illegible] so far as I am able. Very sincerely yours, Harriet de S. Durham July 5, 1946
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