Manchester, Genevieve, April 8, 1947.
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From the Desk of GENEVIEVE SAVAGE MANCHESTER April 8, 49 Dear Miss Ray [?], My husband dictated his letter to me, then I wrote the check all but the signature. We are both used to having secretaries who catch such major errors as not signing a check. Please forgive us. We appreciated your charming letter and [illegible] you [illegible] and both heartily [illegible] in R. Em. Com. of Atom Scientists and are very glad to help. Sincerely yours, Genevieve Savage Manchester
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