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Farmington, New Mexico 

February 19, 1949

Mrs. Ruth M. Bronson,
1426, 35th. Street, N. W. 
Washington, 7, D. C. 

Dear Mrs. Bronson:

I am in receipt of your letter of February 7th, in which you ask, my permission to publish, "my letter to the President," in your Washington Bulletin, and also to cut my letter to make it shorter for use in publication.

You have my whole hearted permission to cut, and to publish my letter in which ever way you may think best. Let me take this opportunity to thank you for the interest you have shown, and I greatly appreciate it and I can use all the help aimed my way.

Very truly yours,

Mrs. Lilly J. Neil
Mrs. Lilly J. Neil

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