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GEORGE C. MARSHALL RESEARCH FOUNDATION
BOX 831
LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 

OMAR N. BRADLEY
GENERAL OF THE ARMY
PRESIDENT 

[[image - Seal of THE GEORGE C. MARSHALL RESEARCH FOUNDATION, LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA]]

ROBERT A. LOVETT
CHAIRMAN, ADVISORY BOARD

October 28, 1963

Dear Mr. Seligman:

Thank you for your very fine letter and for the generous check which you enclosed to the George C. Marshall Research Foundation. No one knows better than yourself the vital importance of providing for future Americans a place of study of the life and character of George Marshall.

The response the Foundation has received from those who knew General Marshall personally and from many others who realize the importance of preserving the Marshall papers is extremely encouraging to all of us.

You have already received the Foundation's official receipt, but I wish to add, on behalf of all the other officers of the Foundation, my grateful thanks.

With my kindest regards, I am

Sincerely,

Omar N. Bradley

Mr. Germain Seligman
5 East 57th Street
New York 22, New York
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