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Janurary 7, 1953
Dear Member:
The president and Trustees of The American Federation of Arts with the coming of the New Year wish you happiness and prosperity.
We hope, in 1953, to be able to augment our services to you and to keep in closer contact  with you in various ways. In the meantime, we thought that those of you who missed the December 28th New York Times would enjoy this reprint of the Resolutions for The New Year by Aline B. Lochheim which is enclosed with this letter.
Never has the Ferderation faced the New Year with brighter prospects of increasing its usefulness to you.
Sincerely yours,
[[Cursive version of Thomas Brown Rudd, President]]
Thomas Brown Rudd, President
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