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To my President Yasuo Kuniyoshi:
I surely do appreciate your good work for the organization. It is really wonderful of all of your people. I am very proud of you and your good intentions for the artist. I would really like to do something in helping you, but I really do not know what I can do. I am sorry I do not know such people that you ask for. I would gladly do it for my wonderful organization in which I am really in love and my leaders. Good luck to you.

Best wishes,
Abraham Levin
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