Letter to Harry Clemons [manuscript] 1945 March 25. 1945.

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Feng yu Hsieng. Letter to Harry Clemons [manuscript] 1945 March 25.

Letter to Harry Clemons [manuscript] 1945 March 25. 1945.

Enclosing a hand-made porcelain plaque with images of Abraham Lincoln and Sun Yet-sen.

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