Roundy, Alice, January 25, 1947
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Women's Republican Club of Massachusetts Inc.
46 Beacon Street, Boston
January 25, I947
Professor Albert Einstein Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists, Princeton, N.J.
Dear Professor Einstein.
The enclosed contribution of five dollars is all that I can send now but I hope I can send a second one later.
I am writing to you to make a request for widening of information concerning the purpose of your Committee.
Through the magazine of the Methodist Mission in the Phillipines the statement is made that the Filipinos are hungry for all s sorts of information of what the U.S. is thinking and doing. Will you bot, if you have not already done so, send to them the information that you sent to me, with your letter calling attention to the work of the Committee. From there it no doubt would get through to the hew Japanese government and perhaps teach them the compensation that might follow their dreadful awakening.
Yours very sincerely, (Miss) Alice Roundy.
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