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FRANCIS GEORGE SHAW, - - President.

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CRAMMOND KENNEDY, - Corresponding Sec'y. 
JOSEPH B. COLLINS, - - - Treasurer. 
E. C. ESTES, - - - Business Agent.

HENRY A. DIKE, - Chairman Executive Com.
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GEORGE C. WARD, - " [[ditto for Chairman]] Finance " [[ditto for Com.]]
J.M. McKIM - - " [[ditto for Chairman]] Teacher's " [[ditto for Com.]]

NEW YORK BRANCH
FREEDMANS UNION COMMISSION,
[[strikethrough]] No. 30 Vesey Street [[/strikethrough]]
(LATE NATIONAL FREEDMAN'S RELIEF ASSOCIATION.)

North Shore, New York, ^[[Jan. 27th]] 18^[[70]].
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Major W.L. Vanderlip.
Supt. &c.
Washington, D.C.

Dear Sir:
I enclose a letter just received from Upper Marlboro', in order that you may take whatever course seems best to you - of course, I know nothing about the desirability of Miss Douglass' remaining there beyond what I learn from this letter, but it would seem best that she should not be removed if the people are pleased with her.

Respy
[[signature]] J.S. Lowell [[/signature]]
Sec. &c.

Did I ask you in my last to send blanks & School Registers to the teachers who went to Mr. Perkins? If
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