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facilities of the American Red Cross for France and Belgium, leave to its wise judgment the distribution of the articles contributed by them. For your information and for the benefit of your designees or co-workers in France, we should state that the Red Cross for France and Belgium will maintain stocks of material for the manufacture of clothing, etc., in Paris warehouses, which it will supply to respon-sible relief organizations with whom it has co-operative relations and from which women and children in France can make articles needed at the time. The War Relief Clearing House for France and Her Allies, while discontinuing the purchase and shipment of supplies, will, for the present, continue relief activities and we hope to have the pleasure of communicating with you from time to time. Very sincerely, yours, WAR RELIEF CLEARING HOUSE FOR FRANCE AND HER ALLIES, By EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. P.S.-All contributions of money may be sent either to Thomas W. Lamont, Treasurer, War Relief Clearing House for France and Her Allies, 40 Wall Street, New York City; American Red Cross in Washington; to the American Red Cross for France and Belgium at 5 Rue Francois [[1^er]], Paris, France; or through an American banking house, to your own special designee in France.
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