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FRANCIS GEORGE SHAW, -- President.

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

HENRY A DIKE, - Chairman Executive Com.
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
No. 30 Vesey Street.
(Late National Freedman's Relief Association.)

New York, ^[[Dec 13th.]] 1867.
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Rev. John Kimball,
Supt. &c,
Dear Sir:  In compliance with your request of the 11th inst, and the vote of the trustees, I enclose commissions for Miss Sarah B. Howell, Miss Kate Cummings, and Miss a.B. Gibson.
If these teachers are all Maryland let me ask what relation they sustain to the Baltimore Asociation, which is the Maryland Branch of this Commission.
If you know what are the ages and church connections of Wm. Davis and Miss Gould, please inform us.
I fear it would not be easy in these hard times to hire money or security which is in the control of a hostile corporation.

Respectfully
[[signature]] Crammond Kennedy [/signature]]
Cor. Sect.

P.S. Where is Miss Gibson's home? Lt Davis School, St. Marys' Co. Md. Miss its address?



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