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Watt, Mrs. A.E., February 10, 1947

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527 2nd Ave. N. Glasgow, Montana

February 10, 1947.

Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists, Princeton, New Jersey.

Dear Friends, -

  I acknowledge with thanks your kind letter of January 14, 1947 replying to my offer to distribute literature for your Committee.  
  You sent me 25 copies of the pamphlet "Only Then Shall We Find Courage," and these I have given to prominent people in Glasgow, - to Ministers of Churches, to Doctors and Dentists, the High School Principal, to the Banks, Post Office, Business establishments, and a few I have mailed to relatives and friends.  
  This work took weeks instead of days because of the weather.  It was necessary to wait for days, when it was fit to go outside.  
  My time is not all my own at present, but I shall be glad to pass out additional copies of your literature, if you feel that every force of business should have one.  
  It is my purpose to talk to some influential man, possibly a minister,

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