ALS, 1937 March 27 : to Mrs. Max Adler, Beverly Hills, California.

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Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943. ALS, 1937 March 27 : to Mrs. Max Adler, Beverly Hills, California.

ALS, 1937 March 27 : to Mrs. Max Adler, Beverly Hills, California.

A tribute of appreciation for a donation sent by Mr. and Mrs. Adler. "I will use in a way that I hope will go on growing and blessing unborn generations as long as Tuskegee Institute shall last. I have fully three carloads of commercial and educational possibilities already worked out ..." He also praises her brother, Julius Rosenwald, for his generous support of Tuskegee.

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