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It is a Fact that you, and thousands of others, have now had the benefits of Federation's services for ten years and that Federation has received no remittance from you during that period, undoubtedly due to our failure properly to present the needs of the Jewish sick, widowed, aged, orphaned and crippled. It is a Fact that Federation is supporting 91 great philanthropic institutions in New York which minister to the sick, the destitute, the orphaned, the crippled and the aged—and that without Federation's aid, you—or your friends and relatives—would have to carry this burden. Federation must raise $4,720,000 to carry on its work during 1926 and the attached bill is your proportionate share of this expense for the maintenance of these 91 institutions. Won't you assume your obligation by mailing it today, accompanied by your check for the amount, instead of waiting for a Federation solicitor to call? Check No.......................... Date Sent......................... Amount............................ [stamp] FEDERATION FOR THE SUPPORT OF JEWISH PHILANTHROPIC SOCIETIES OF NEW YORK CITY [/stamp] 145 FEDERATION For the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies of New York City 114 Fifth Avenue Date Nov. 7, 1926. [handwritten][VOP?][/handwritten] Mr. Germain Seligmann, 3 E. 51st St., New York, N.Y. 10 For your 1926 annual subscription to Federation's 91 charitable organizations........... Please detach and return this bill with your check or money order payable to H. A. GUINZBURG, Treasurer, 114 Fifth Ave., N.Y. FEDERATION'S TENTH ANNIVERSARY CAMPAIGN
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