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The Economic Club of Detroit 920 Detroit Free Press Building 321 West Lafayette Avenue Detroit 26, Michigan May 20, 1947 Mr. William A. Mara Bendix Aviation Corporation Detroit 2, Michigan Dear Mr. Mara: Upon the request of the Committee of Arrangements for the luncheon to be held at the Book Cadillac Hotel, Monday noon, May 26, 1947, in honor of John F. Victory, Executive Secretary, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, Washington, D. C., (announcement of which is enclosed), the writer is pleased to invite you to join with a representative group of Detroiters to be seated at the Speaker's Table on that occasion. At 11:30 A. M., those to be seated at the Speaker's Table will assemble in a room, to be designated on the bulletin board, where they will be given an opportunity to meet personally Mr. Victory, and also Colonel C. V. Burnett, Manager, Detroit City Airport, who is to preside, before proceeding to the luncheon in the Grand Ball Room. If you have not already sent in your reservation, provision is made herein for you to do this (upon the same basis as members), directly to the Secretary of the Luncheon Committee. Also, if you will kindly communicate your acceptance of the above promptly to either Mrs. Schacht or Mrs. Roberts, Executive Secretaries of the Club, Cherry 8547, your cooperation will be greatly appreciated. Very gratefully yours, Allen B. Crow President C:S
5/26/47 written across the top Signature above the name Allen B Crow
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