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TELEPHONE: NATIONAL 7363

WELFARE AND RECREATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS
INCORPORATED
1135 TWENTY-FIRST STREET, N. W., WASHINGTON, D. C.

DELIVERY ZONE NO. 6

May 30, 1944

Mr. Tomlinson D. Todd, President
Institute on Race Relations
1340 Girard Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C.

Dear Sir:

In accordance with the request which you made during our talk over the telephone yesterday, I am writing to inform you that the cafeterias operated by this Association in Federally controlled buildings in the Washington Metropolitan Area, including the one in the Supreme Court Building, serve all who seek service in them, irrespective of race, color, religion, etc. There is no segregation of any character.

Very truly yours,
F.W. Hoover
F.W. Hoover
General Manager
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