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To the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the French American Chamber of Commerce, Inc., 599 Fifth Avenue, New York City. 

The undersigned will be pleased to be elected a
        {Life Member, $1,000
         Member $100 per annum
         Associate $25 per annum}   of the French 
American Chamber of Commerce, Inc.
Enclosed is a check for {$1000
                         $100 per annum
                         $25 per annum} to the 
order of the Treasurer of the Chamber for life membership fee, or first year's annual dues. (The fiscal year begins with the first day of the first month nearest the date of application
Signature (Please write clearly)___________________
Address ___________________________________________
Business __________________________________________
Telephone _________________________________________
                    Date __________________________
P. 705

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French American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. 
(Chambre de Commerce Franco-Américiane, Inc.)
599 Fifth Avenue (at 48th Street)
New York City 

Telephone: Murray Hill 7360
Cables: Halkren New York

   [[bold]]The Chamber aims to be of practical service to its members and associates. [[/bold]] It is an Association formed to work as an International Chamber of Commerce, for the benefit of manufacturers, merchants, importers and exporters, wholesale and retail, from and to France and her Colonies, bankers and others interested in international relations. 
   The Association follows the practice of active economic associations in the United States: it collects information for its members and associates; places at their disposal, through its affiliation with the "French Institute in the United States," a library and reading room (at 48th Street and 5th Avenue) of French economic literature, statistics and current publications; obtains for its members and associates information on tariff and legislative changes as they arise; facilitates transactions; furnishes data concerning correspondents; answers inquiries of its associates; is in communication with French and American Economic associations and Chambers of Commerce; assists in facilitating exhibitions of goods; provides a procedure for the arbitration of commercial disputes; promotes the study of French and proper commercial education; receives distinguished French citizens; [[bold]] issues to its members and associates monthly Bulletins of information covering current French commerical and economic activities; also special confidential Bulletins on Trade Opportunities whenever occasions arise, etc.[[/bold]]
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