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[[image-round seal.  Outer circle: CHAMBRE DE COMMERCE FRANCAISE DES ETATS-UNIS INC  
Inner circle: Reconnue par arrete du Ministre du Commerce et de Industrie 
Center: 20 Avril 1896]]

FRENCH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 
OF THE UNITED STATES, Inc.
(Chambre de Commerce Francaise des Etats-Unis)
FOUNDED APRIL 20TH 1896
4 EAST 52nd STREET, NEW YORK, N.Y.

TEL. PLAZA 3 - {5718 {5719
CABLE ADDRESS: FRENCHAMB
CODE USED: WESTERN

PRESIDENT
Jean Tillier
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VICE-PRESIDENTS
Albert Blum
Pierre C. Cartier
Montaigu M. Sterling
Theodore Seltzer
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SECRETARY of the BOARD
Armand Sieper
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TREASURER
Rene Gide
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ASSISTANT TREASURER
Paul Depland
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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
PRESIDENT
Albert Blum
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VICE-PRESIDENT
Pierre C. Cartier
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OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY GENERAL
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New York,
February 16,
1 9 3 2 .

Dear Sir:-

The American Academy of Political and Social Science, of which our Chamber of Commerce is a member, will hold its Thirty-Sixth Annual Meeting at the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel, Philadelphia, on April 15th and 16th next.  The meeting will consist of six sessions at which will be discussed "NATIONAL AND WORLD PLANNING".

Our Association having been invited to appoint one or several delegates to attend this meeting, I would greatly appreciate being advised whether or not you would care to represent the French Chamber of Commerce at this important gathering.

Thanking you in anticipation for your reply, we remain,

Very truly yours,
[[signature]]Armand Sieper[[/signature]]
Armand Sieper,
Secretary General.

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