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[[preprinted]] [[image - logo of the National Air and Space Museum, drawing of the sun on a black disk]] Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum Archives Division [[/preprinted]] December 7, 2009 William Jones 1570 North Lafontaine Street Huntington, In 46750-1308 Dear Mr. Jones: We were delighted to recently receive the cds/dvds containing scans of all 32 original Hiroshima and Nagasaki aerials from your World War II service album. We also enjoyed viewing your scans/PowerPoint presentation of your scrapbook. We have added these items to the previous items you allowed us to scan. If you ever decide that you wish to place the original scrapbook in a repository, we hope you will consider the National Air and Space Museum. Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you for your continued support of the National Air and Space Museum. Sincerely, [[signature]] Patricia L. Williams [[/signature]] Patricia L. Williams Acquisition Archivist [[preprinted]] SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION National Air and Space Museum PO Box 37012 Room 3100, MRC 322 Washington DC 20013-7012 202 633-2339 Telephone 202.786.2835 Fax email@example.com [[/preprinted]]
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