Correspondence IX

Richard J. O'Melia Collection

  1. "Steinmetz and Steinmetz Lawyers" (handwritten)

  2. Date: (?)
    From: Chris Steinmetz
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Asks for a check of $49.72 for payment of a charge.
     
  3. "Law Offices of O'Melia and Kaye"

  4. Date: August 12, 1947
    From: A.J. O'Melia
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Refers to an enclosed bank draft of $15,000.00 to be invested in buying stock in Richard J. O'Melia's new financial enterprise.
     
  5. "Law Offices of O'Melia and Kaye"

  6. Date: July 26, 1947
    From: A.J. O'Melia
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Contains advice concerning Richard J. O'Melia's business partners Chuck and Church.
     
  7. "250 Riverside Drive" (copy, attached is envelope)

  8. Date: December 14, 1951
    From: Clark Forman
    To: Verda White Barnes
    Contents: Speaks of Foreman's new job with the recently organized Emergency Committee for Civil Liberties and offers Barnes a position as an all-around assistant.
     
  9. "6 a.m. Wed." (handwritten)

  10. Date: January 30, 1952
    From: A.J. O'Melia
    To: Richard and Jane O'Melia
    Contents: Concerning financial matters.
     
  11. "The Milwaukee Journal"

  12. Date: February 9, 1952
    From: Bob Fleming
    To: Stan
    Contents: Expresses concern over the attitude of the Gillette Committee towards The Project and a desire to get a hold of Committee files.
     
  13. "United States Senate Committee on Appropriations"

  14. Date: September 8, 1952
    From: Ray Kiermas
    To: Ruth E. Haley
    Contents: Acknowledges having received Haley's letter and states that although there are no openings currently in McCarthy's staff the office will keep her name on file.
     
  15. "United States Senate Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments"

  16. Date: September 21, 1952
    From: Mary Driscoll
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Refers to invitations to McCarthy to speak at various functions, all of which have been sent along with this letter to O'Melia for O'Melia to go through and organize. Individuals named as particularly anxious to have McCarthy appear in their state or for their organization are Congressman Halleck, Malone, Jenner, Kem, Ecton, Friedlander, Curran, King, and Baldus.
     
  17. "Elmer J. Ryan"

  18. Date: September 23, 1952
    From: Elmer J. Ryan
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: States appearances which McCarthy tentatively agreed to make: on the American Forum of the Air from Washington on October 9 th (promoted by Theodore Granik) and in Kansas City and St. Louis on behalf of Senator Kem.
     
  19. "United States Senate Committee on Appropriations"

  20. Date: September 23, 1952
    From: Mary B. Driscoll
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: States that McCarthy's office is forwarding to O'Melia more invitations for McCarthy to speak for McCarthy to go through and organize.
     
  21. "W.J. Campbell"

  22. Date: October 1, 1952
    From: W.J. Campbell
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Refers to an enclosed letter from Roy Cookston asking McCarthy to appear for his party. O'Melia is asked to reply that McCarthy is overloaded with appearances at the moment. Expresses disappointment that Oshkosh is not a planned stop on McCarthy's speaking tour.
     
  23. "The Senate State of Michigan"(handwritten note attached)

  24. Date: October 7, 1952
    From: Leo H. Roy
    To: Joseph McCarthy
    Contents: Urges McCarthy to comply with the request of the Houghton County Republican Committee and make an appearance in Copper Country.
     
  25. "October 8, 1952" (copy)

  26. Date: October 8, 1952
    From: F.E. Taylor
    To: Steve J. Miller
    Contents: Requests that McCarthy come and make an appearance in Lincoln County.
     
  27. "McCarthy Club" (handwritten note at bottom says to talk to Taylor)

  28. Date: October 9, 1952
    From: Steve J. Miller
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Makes arrangements to discuss a letter from Mr. Taylor (see "October 8, 1952") and urges that McCarthy ought to make an appearance in Lincoln County.
     
  29. "Western Union"

  30. Date: September 22, 1952
    From: F.E. Taylor
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Urges McCarthy to schedule an appearance in Merrill.
     
  31. "Western Union" (copy, attached note says to call Taylor Monday)

  32. Date: September 24, 1952
    From: Richard J. O'Melia
    To: F.E. Taylor
    Contents: States that when O'Melia completes McCarthy's itinerary he will wire Taylor the date McCarthy will appear in Merrill.
     
  33. "United States Senate"

  34. Date: October 10, 1952
    From: J.H. Morrow, Jr.
    To: Joseph McCarthy
    Contents: Refers to enclosed photostatic copies of Daily Worker publication reflecting the support given to Mansfield on the China policy. As Ecton's campaign manager, Morrow states his belief that Mansfield, Ecton's opponent, is part and parcel of the buildup of Communism in China and thus should not hold the office of Senator. Encourages McCarthy to use this information against Mansfield and on behalf of Ecton in his Missouri appearance.
     
  35. "Lions Club" (copy)

  36. Date: October 9, 1952
    From: W.S. Johnson
    To: Joseph McCarthy
    Contents: Requests McCarthy make an appearance in the twin cities of Benton Harbor and St. Joseph.
     
  37. "October 11, 1952" (copy)

  38. Date: October 11, 1952
    From: Ray Kiermas
    To: W.S. Johnson
    Contents: Acknowledges having received Johnson's letter requesting McCarthy's appearance in the twin cities of Benton Harbor and St. Joseph (see "Lions Club"). Informs Johnson that Richard J. O'Melia is now in charge of scheduling McCarthy's appearance itinerary and states how Johnson might get in touch with O'Melia.
     
  39. "To the editor of the New York Times:"

  40. Date: October 15, 1952
    From: Anne Pinneo
    To: Editor of the New York Times
    Contents: Questions whether Truman might be violating the provisions relating to political activity as set forth in the Corrupt Practices Act (the Hatch Act of 1939) in his whistle-stop campaign for the Democratic nominee for president.
     
  41. "October 15, 1952"

  42. Date: October 15, 1952
    From: Grace Symons
    To: Joseph McCarthy
    Contents: Requests that McCarthy make an appearance in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, at a reception held by the Young Republicans for McCarthy.
     
  43. "Law Office Orville W. Fehlhaber"

  44. Date: October 15, 1952
    From: Orville W. Fehlhaber
    To: Joseph McCarthy
    Contents: Condemns General Marshall for never voting and blames him for Communism in China. Encourages McCarthy in his investigative efforts.
     
  45. "Washington, D.C." (two copies)

  46. Date: October 22, 1952
    From: Chairman
    To: Postmaster, Washington D.C.
    Contents: Asks for return addresses and other information concerning any letters delivered to or from specific addresses in Washington D.C. during the time between October 24, 1952 to November 16, 1952 for an investigation.
     
  47. "McCarthy Club"

  48. Date: October 22, 1952
    From: William J. Haese
    To: County Field Worker
    Contents: In final preparation for elections on November 4 th, encourages County Field Worker to organize "listening parties" for McCarthy's final two speeches over radio on October 27 th and 30 th.
     
  49. "October 22, 1952"

  50. Date: October 22, 1952
    From: Chairman
    To: Postmaster, Washington, D.C.
    Contents: Asks for return addresses and other information concerning any letters delivered to or from a specific address in Washington D.C. During the time between October 24, 1952 to November 16, 1952 for an investigation.
     
  51. "Washington, D.C." (Two copies)

  52. Date: October 23, 1952
    From: Chairman
    To: Postmaster, Kensington, Maryland
    Contents: Asks for return addresses and other information concerning any letters delivered to or from a specific address in Kensington, Maryland, during the time between October 24, 1952 to November 16, 1952 for an investigation.
     
  53. "Steuben Society of America"

  54. Date: October 23, 1952
    From: B.H. Hofmann
    To: Joseph McCarthy
    Contents: Invites McCarthy to attend the Annual Steuben Day Banquet put on by the Muehlenberg Unit 36, Steuben Society of America, on November 1. Other distinguished guests in attendance include Heinz L. Krekeler, German Ambassador.
     
  55. "McCarthy Club"

  56. Date: October 24, 1952
    From: Steve J. Miller
    To: Frank Schweinler
    Contents: States that McCarthy's appearance on the radio on November 3 rd ought to be highly publicized.
     
  57. "United States Senate"

  58. Date: October 29, 1952
    From: J.H. Morrow
    To: Joseph McCarthy and Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Congratulates McCarthy on his speech concerning Stevenson and thanks him for coming to Missouri on behalf of Ecton.
     
  59. "The W.L. Pursglove Coal Co."

  60. Date: October 29, 1952
    From: W.L. Pursglove
    To: Joseph McCarthy
    Contents: States Pursglove's belief that the 1948 presidential election was lost by the Republican Party because radio broadcasters were announcing the morning of the election that Dewey was confidentially already sure he would win.
     
  61. "C. Andre, III"

  62. Date: October 29, 1952
    From: C. Andre, III
    To: Frank F. Schweinler
    Contents: Refers to enclosed documents requested by McCarthy and O'Melia, including: an article from the Dallas Morning News on October 28 th concerning McCarthy's speech, a letter from October 29 th to Sam Rayburn from the Dallas News , and an editorial from the Dallas News on the same date.
     
  63. "November 5, 1952" (four copies)

  64. Date : November 5, 1952
    From: Chairman
    To: Postmaster, Washington, D.C.
    Contents: Asks for return addresses and other information concerning any letters delivered to or from a specific addresses in Washington D.C. and Tacoma Park, Maryland, during the time between November 6, 1952 to December 6, 1952 for an investigation.
     
  65. "Carl A. Forster"

  66. Date: August 6, 1953
    From: Carl A Forster
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Refers to an enclosed clipping which Forster thought O'Melia would be interested in.
     
  67. "November 6, 1953"

  68. Date: November 6, 1953
    From: Robert W. Minor
    To: Joseph McCarthy
    Contents: Replying to letters from McCarthy and O'Melia by explaining that the Department of Justice will not be able to comply with McCarthy's request to investigate and run name checks on certain individuals because it would be a breach of policy.
     
  69. "City of Milwaukee"

  70. Date: November 10, 1953
    From: George A. Bowman, Jr.
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Refers to a copy of the Supreme Court opinion in the Sarah Brennan case that O'Melia tried in the Circuit Court, which Bowman has enclosed for O'Melia to see.
     
  71. "Dear Dick" (handwritten letter)

  72. Attachments: see "460 Yale Avenue"
    Date: (?)
    From: Mrs. Thomas F. O'Neil
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Asks O'Melia to show James D. Munson's application for the Post Graduate Law Course and military endorsements to anyone who might be able to help him.
     
  73. "460 Yale Avenue"

  74. Attachments: handwritten letter (see "Dear Dick"); a handwritten note which says to call Colonel Hatch; James D. Munson, Jr.'s application for the Post Graduate Law Course; an endorsement from James D. Munson, Jr.'s Commanding Officer; notes regarding Munson's service to date; and an acknowledgment from Marine headquarters which says that Munson's application will be considered for the next course
    Date: November 11, 1953
    From: James Munson
    To: Mrs. Thomas F. O'Neil
    Contents: States that Munson will send O'Neil anymore information she deems necessary, and thanks her for her assistance.
     
  75. "United States Senate" (attached is a handwritten note for O'Melia to call Peter O'Crotty)

  76. Date: January 13, 1954
    From: (?)
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Relates a message from Peter O'Crotty which states that there is a law which prevents one Federal Agency from hiring another Federal Agency or from spending money to influence Congress. Agencies possibly affected by the enforcement of this law include the Treasury Department, The Department of Agriculture, and the Motion Picture Service.
     
  77. "Earl J. Carroll Counselor at Law"

  78. Date: February 25, 1954
    From: Earl J. Carroll
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Refers to an enclosed list containing the names of 876 persons employed by the Office of the Chief of Counsel for War Crimes (Telford Taylor) at Nurnberg in September 1947, 68 persons in the civilian Censorship Division at Nurnberg at the same time, and ten persons engaged in other Allied departments. States information needed to check the backgrounds of these individuals. Asserts Carroll's conviction that the Nurnberg trials being conducted by Telford Taylor were in fact instruments of the Communist Party and the reasons for this conviction. Also refers to other enclosed documents to be used as evidence for Carroll's argument including copies of letters from Werner Schoknecht and a photostatic copy of a notice from the Nazi Police President.
     
  79. "McCarthyism is Americanism"

  80. Attachments: see "Sabine Hotel"
    Date: November 22, 19-
    From: Durive G. Troyak
    To: Ray Kiermas
    Contents: Refers to an enclosed letter (see "Sabine Hotel") from Gladys Lockhart, which is actually written by Charles H. Alberding. States that Troyak thinks that Alberding could be a tremendous help to McCarthy's cause due to his wealth, and that Alberding has agreed to make financial contributions if McCarthy answers the Lockhart letter and gives him information on the activity of Walter Reuther. Asks O'Melia to write a letter to satisfy Alberding's requests.
     
  81. "Sabine Hotel" (copy)

  82. Attachments: see "McCarthyism is Americanism"
    Date: April 23, 1954
    From: Gladys Lockhart (actually Charles H. Alberding)
    To: Dwight D. Eisenhower
    Contents: States grievances from a laborer's perspective caused by the arrival of Unions into the town of Port Arthur, Texas.
     
  83. "Phone: North 7-4727"

  84. Date: June 28, 1954
    From: Paul Crouch
    To: J. Edgar Hoover
    Contents: Crouch, an ex-Communist whose testimony has convicted several individuals as Communist conspirators, defends himself against what he sees as trumped up charges made in an effort to whitewash Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer, who is currently undergoing investigation.
     
  85. "Gulf Sulphur Corporation"

  86. Date: July 23, 1954
    From: R.H. Van Doren
    To: Eugene T. Wesolowski
    Contents: Replies to an earlier letter from Van Doren that an audit will be made available to him as soon as possible, and reports company plans to build a new plant in Veracruz, Mexico.
     
  87. "October 4, 1954" (copy)

  88. Date: October 4, 1954
    From: Richard Arens
    To: Carroll Reece
    Contents: Requests information regarding individuals who received payments of large sums of money but were not named in the Annual Report of the Ford Foundation for the year 1953.
     
  89. "American Institute of Pacific Relations, Inc."

  90. Date: September 8, 1954
    From: William L. Holland
    To: Carroll Reece
    Contents: Protests the statement made in a report by Reece's Committee on Tax Exempt Foundations to the effect that the Institute of Pacific Relations has a subversive character. States that this statement is unfounded and asks that it be corrected. To demonstrate the unfairness of this statement, Holland refers to an enclosed copy of the McCarran Committee's hearings, "Commentary on the McCarran Report on the I.P.R."
     
  91. "Milwaukee Sentinel" (attached is a handwritten note that says to answer the letter)

  92. Date: November 2, 1954
    From: Robert C. Bassett
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Confirms that McCarthy's order to receive the Milwaukee Sentinel is being dealt with by the newspaper's circulation department, and states that the Milwaukee Sentinel is aiding McCarthy by attacking Democrats and Democratic publications for making false statements.
     
  93. "8610 Pendleton Pike" (handwritten note at top states that "Bennett is in a glass house and shouldn't throw rocks.")
  94. Date: November 29, 1954
    From: Wm. J. McGhee
    To: Wm. E. Jenner
    Contents: Suggests that Senator Wallace F. Bennett of Utah be called before the Senate Rules Committee, of which Jenner is Chairman, for misconduct during a hearing to investigate Community Facilities of the Senate Banking and Currency Committee.
     
  95. "American Council for Community Education"

  96. Date: December 1, 1954
    From: James B. Braton
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: States that the American Council for Community Education, of which Braton is the Chairman, has an Award for Americanism for McCarthy and makes suggestions for a time and place where is can be presented to him.
     
  97. "Department of Commerce"

  98. Date: December 11, 1954
    From: Tom Miller
    To: Joseph McCarthy
    Contents: Speaks of defending McCarthy against criticism, and asks for instructions concerning the future.
     
  99. "United States Senate"

  100. Date: December 14, 1954
    From: Edna Lonigan (Legislative Assistant to William E. Jenner)
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Thanks O'Melia for sending documents, and promises to discuss with Jenner the Communist hold on Congress.
     
  101. "December 20th, 1954" (attached is an envelope postmarked from Japan)

  102. Date: December 20, 1954
    From: Rikizo Hirano
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Thanks O'Melia for attentions shown to him while he visited America as a member of Japan's House of Representatives.
     
  103. "Thomas A. McCormack and Company"

  104. Date: December 21, 1954
    From: Thomas A. McCormack
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Suggests that McCarthy send out autograph pictures to several of his supports, including Charley Blossfield of the Milwaukee Braves and his daughter and Mother Mary Francsesca and acknowledges having received the Watkins' hearings.
     
  105. "655-6th Street"

  106. Date: December 28, 1954
    From: A.P. Major
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Inquires whether anything has been done regarding Mr. Foley's situation and asks O'Melia to give both this letter and his last one to McCarthy.
     
  107. "Edgar C. Bundy"

  108. Date: January 5, 1955
    From: Edgar C. Bundy
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Refers to enclosed editorials and inquires how O'Melia likes them.
     
  109. "Robert A. Volgeler and Associates"

  110. Date: February 16, 1955
    From: Robert A. Vogeler
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Thanks O'Melia for sending pamphlets that were requested and inquires whether O'Melia sent a copy of Bill S. 3698 to the right address since it had not yet been received.
     
  111. "Leander J. Foley, Jr."

  112. Date: February 22, 1955
    From: Leander J. Foley, Jr.
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Acknowledges having received O'Melia's letter and informs O'Melia that he is going to place an ad in the Daily Reporter .
     
  113. "Imprisonment Without Trial in Vermont"

  114. Date: February 27, 1955
    From: Manuel S. Miller
    To: (?)
    Contents: Recounts briefly the history of Lucille Miller's crusade against Communism and the draft and her arrest and persecution by Communist elements in the American government. Individuals labeled as undercover Communists include Alger Hiss, Federal Judge Gibson, and Presidents Eisenhower and Truman.
     
  115. "Senate Fact-Finding Committee on Un-American Activities"

  116. Date: March 7, 1955
    From: Mary E. Hope
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: States that, as requested, a copy of the 1953 report by the Senate Fact-finding Committee on Un-American Activities is being sent to O'Melia.
     
  117. "From the Office of Senator Joe McCarthy"

  118. Date: March 10, 1955
    From: Joe McCarthy
    To: Dwight D. Eisenhower
    Contents: Demands to know what Eisenhower is doing to secure the freedom of 944 American soldiers which were being held by the Chinese government.
     
  119. "National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics"

  120. Date: May 6, 1955
    From: J.F. Victory
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Invites any members of staff from the Senate Government Operations Committee who are authorized to do so to attend the 1955 Triennial Inspection of the NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, in Moffett Field, California.
     
  121. "Eugene Castle"

  122. Date: June 8, 1955
    From: Eugene Castle
    To: William F. Knowland
    Contents: Informs Knowland of some unfavorable comments made about him by Sigurd S. Larmon, the President of Young and Rubican Advertising Agency, who has recently returned to the U.S. from a trip around the world. Warns that because Larmon was wined and dined by the U.S.I.A. while abroad, he plans to give to President Eisenhower an extremely favorable report about it.
     
  123. "American Civil Liberties Union" (copy)

  124. Date: June 9, 1955
    From: Patrick Murphy Malin
    To: George Sokolsky
    Contents: States that the American Civil Liberties Union has investigated the case of Lucille Miller and her treatment by the government and has determined that Civil Liberties were not an issue.
     
  125. "Quarles, Spence and Quarles"

  126. Date: June 10, 1955
    From: Kenneth Grubb
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Thanks O'Melia for the interest he took in his situation.
     
  127. "Randy H. Hamilton"

  128. Date: June 10, 1955
    From: Randy H. Hamilton
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Thanks O'Melia for writing a letter on his behalf to his probation officer.
     
  129. "Eugene W. Castle"

  130. Date: June 13, 1955
    From: Eugene Castle
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Refers to an enclosed copy of Castle's letter to Senator William F. Knowland (see "Eugene Castle," Date: June 8, 1955) and expounds Castle's grievances against the USIA, which Castle believes to be "anti-McCarthy" and a waste of money.
     
  131. "June 14th, 1955"

  132. Date: June 14, 1955
    From: Bill McCabe
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Thanks O'Melia for his assistance given while in Washington, which resulted in McCabe making contacts with several individuals including, Mote, Senator Curtis, and Jackson.
     
  133. "Dear Friend:" (typed on a note card)

  134. Date: June 16, 1955
    From: J. Richard Feeley
    To: (?)
    Contents: Asks for the address of Roy M. Cohn
     
  135. "American Civil Liberties Union"

  136. Date: June 16, 1955
    From: Irving Ferman
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: In response to a conversation regarding the apparent lack of involvement of the American Civil Liberties Union in the case of Lucille Miller, refers to an enclosed copy of a letter to George Sokolsky (see "American Civil Liberties Union," Date: June 9, 1955).
     
  137. "McCarthyism is Americanism"

  138. Date: November 28, 19-
    From: Durive G. Troyak
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Refers to enclosed copies of the "Throw the Bum Out" booklets which Troyak has altered from the original, and offers to send them anyplace O'Melia thinks they are needed. Thanks O'Melia for sending him Congressional Directories and Time booklets, and requests more, especially of the booklets which are about "McCarthy the Marine."
     
  139. "The Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi" (attach handwritten note says that the sisters were contacted and McCarthy will meet with them as soon as possible)

  140. Date: September 12, 19-
    From: Sister Mary John, O.S.F.
    To: Joseph McCarthy
    Contents: Congratulates McCarthy for his recent electoral victory and commends him on his fight against Communism. Urgently requests that McCarthy agree to meet with some representatives from her religious community to give some advice.
     
  141. "Dick:"

  142. Date: (?)
    From: Mary Tom
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Discusses changes and arrangements in McCarthy's itineraries for Kansas City, Kansas, Pontiac and Saginaw, Michigan, and Las Vegas.
     
  143. "Roney Plaza" (handwritten letter)

  144. Date: (?)
    From: Bob
    To: Richard J. O'Melia
    Contents: Wishes O'Melia and his family a happy New Year.
     
  145. "The Secretary of Defense"

  146. Date: (?)
    From: (?)
    To: Secretary of Defense
    Contents: States that the writer has been informed that the Armed Services have not cooperated with an investigation over university funding. Requests that the Secretary submit to the Committee a list of the projects on which research and development funds have been spent on since June 30 th, 1949, and to include an note by each explaining the nature of each project..
     
  147. "The Hon. R.B. Anderson"

  148. Attachment: see "Dr. Pusey, President of Harvard University"
    Date: (?)
    From: Chairman of the Senate Committee on Government Operations (Joseph McCarthy?)
    To: R.B. Anderson
    Contents: States that the Committee on Government Operations has been informed that the Navy has mistreated Princeton historian Dr. Robert Albion in favor of Harvard historian, Dr. Samuel Morrison. Asks for the Navy's side of the story.
     
  149. "Memorandum for Senator McCarthy"

  150. Date: (?)
    From: (?)
    To: Joseph McCarthy
    Contents: Contains two long quotes from Admiral Sir Herbert Richmond's book The Navy as an Instrument of Policy, 1558-1727 .
     
  151. "Dr. Pusey President of Harvard University"

  152. Attachment: see "The Hon. R.B. Anderson"
    Date: (?)
    From: (?)
    To: Dr. Pusey
    Contents: Refers to enclosed letter concerning mistreatment of a professor by the Navy (see "The Hon. R.B. Anderson"), and asks what the facts are according to Pusey.


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