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[[preprinted]] STYLES BRIDGES, N.H., CHAIRMAN [[column]] HOMER FERGUSON, MICH. GUY CORDON, OREG. LEVERETT SALTONSTALL, MASS. MILTON R. YOUNG, N. DAK. WILLIAM F. KNOWLAND, CALIF. EDWARD J. THYE, MINN. JOSEPH R. MCCARTHY, WIS. KARL E. MUNDT, S. DAK. MARGARET CHASE SMITH, MAINE HENRY C. DWORSHAK, IDAHO EVERETT MCKINLEY DIRKSEN, ILL. [[/column]] [[column]] CARL HAYDEN, ARIZ. RICHARD B. RUSSELL, GA. PAT MCCARRAN, NEV. DENNIS CHAVEZ, N. MEX. BURNET R. MAYBANK, S.C. ALLEN J. ELLENDER, LA. LISTER HILL, ALA. HARLEY M. KILGORE, W. VA. JOHN L. MCCLELLAN, ARK. A. WILLIS ROBERTSON, VA. WARREN G. MAGNUSON, WASH. [[/column]] EVERARD H. SMITH, CLERK THOMAS J. SCOTT, ASST. CLERK Unites States Senate COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS [[/preprinted]] Washington 25, D. C. March 17, 1953 ^[[Ack with reg letter]] Dr. F. D. Patterson Tuskegee Institute Tuskegee, Alabama My dear Doctor: I was sorry to learn of your resignation as President of Tuskegee Institute. You have not only done much for the Institute, but you have done much for Alabama. Please let me commend you for your fine services and wish for you all happiness in your new work. Sincerely yours, [[signed]Lister Hill [[/signed]] LH:mc
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