Hart, Mrs. Hazel G., September 6, 1947.
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Box 481, Matamoras, Pennsylvania, Sept. 6, 1947.
Albert Einstein, Chairman, Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists, Incorporated, 90 Nassau Street, Princeton, N.J.
Dear Mr. Einstein,
I am sorry to have waited so long before sending my contribution and sorry also that it is not a larger sum. I may be in a position to support your efforts more generously the next time that you request funds, and I hope that you will not neglect to call on me when the time comes. If you could know how deeply I feel on the matter of war and the control of atomic energy and how much I try in my daily contacts with people to awaken in them the same interest and concern, perhaps you would not judge my faith in your purpose by my small gift. As a mathematician of no particular distinction I can only regard your genius and that of your colleagues with the greatest admiration and respect, and hope that some day I may be able to contribute to humanity and
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