Watt, Mrs. A.E., January 4, 1947
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527 2nd No., Glasgow, Montana, January 4, 1947
Prof. Albert Einstein, Princeton, New Jersey
My dear Prof. Einstein,-
I am happy to be the recipient of a copy of your letter of December 11, 1946 appealing for funds to launch a great educational compaign to acquaint our nation with the facts re atomic energy and its implications for society. So far as aid in money value goes, I can do very little, but I can work; and one way that comes to mind now is, - I shall be glad to distribut your literature. Glasgow is a small city of about 4000, and if you will send one copies of "Only Then Shall We Find Courage", I shall be happy to distribute such to Ministers of Churches, to Teachers, to other professional men and women, to any one at all likely to read same. With this done I would go anywhere to serve the cause of my heart through your Committee, in any capacity I may be able. I am a widow, have no children and am not permanently located here. Sincerely yours, (Mrs.) Aagot Esval Watt
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