Letter to Curtis D. MacDougall. : Kansas City, MO. 1953 Dec. 9.

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Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972. Letter to Curtis D. MacDougall. : Kansas City, MO. 1953 Dec. 9.

Letter to Curtis D. MacDougall. : Kansas City, MO. 1953 Dec. 9.

Apologizing for not seeing MacDougall's letter soon enough to arrange a meeting.

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