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THE WASHINGTON, D.C. TUSKEGEE-CLUB. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL-18, 1935. DOCTOR FREDERICK D. PATTERSON, TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE, ALABAMA; MY DEAR DOCTOR PATTERSON:- THE WASHINGTON, D.C. TUSKEGEE CLUB CONGRATULATE YOU,ON THE EVENT OF YOUR BECOMING "PRESIDENT" OF TUSKEGEE-INSTITUTE, AND THE MEMBERS "PLEDGE TO YOU THEIR SUPPORT AND CO-OPERATION, IN YOUR ENDEAVOR TO UPHOLD, AND FORWARD THOSE TRIED AND PROVEN PRINCIPLES, ENUNCIATED BY THE LATE DOCTOR BOOKER T. WASHINGTON, AND THE OFT EXPRESSED DESIRES-AND WISHES OF THE HONORED FOUNDER OF TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE-, AND THOSE OF HIS ABLE AND WORTHY SUCCESSOR IN OFFICE, DOCTOR ROBERT R. MOTON. WISHING YOU CONTINUED SUCCESS, WE ARE- YOURS VERY TRULY, "THE WASHINGTON, D.C. TUSKEGEE CLUB" MRS. PERRIE E. GAINES PRESIDENT. JOSEPH H. MONTGOMERY SECRETARY NO. 1809- 13th. ST. N.W. WASHINGTON, D. C.
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