Heinzen, Henriette M., November 6, 1947
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Henriette M. Heinzen 816 Santa Barbara Street Pasadena 4, California
Nov. 6, 1949
Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists Princeton, N.J. Dear Dr. Einstein: I seem to be one of the minority of people who have the imagination to see what may lie ahead, but unfortunately I am also one of the many who live on an extremely limited income, so that I am unable to meet adequatily the numerous appeals & needs of the present time. However I cannot refuse your urgent letter, so I am enclosing a tiny amount. I appreciate what you & Dr. Urey are doing, & only wish you might have been in a position to make an effective
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