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August 25, 19U1. Dr. Hanson Survey of Research on Post-War Problems. Mr. Thurston The Chairman thought you might be interested in seeing the attached* Attadiraent THE SOLICITOR GENERAL WASHINGTON August 19, 1941 My dear Marriner: I am enclosing you herev/ith a Survey of Research on Post-War Problems, prepared by George Galloway for the Twentieth Century Fund, which is an analysis of the work being done both by the Government and by the private agencies. I thought this would be of interest to you. You will note that the evaluation of personnel and agencies is confidential. Sincerely yours, Honorable Marriner S. Eccles Board of Governors Federal Reserve Systejn Washington, D. C. August 25, Honorable Francis Biddle, Department of Justice, Washington, D. C. Uy dear Mr. Biddle: Just before leaving on a trip to the West, Chairman Eccles turned over to me and asked me to thank you for sending to him the Survey of Research on Post-War Problems prepared by Mr. Galloway for the Twentieth Century Fund* All of us here know and think very highly of Mr. Galloway and his work, the confidential part of the memorandum will be respected. Mr. Eccles appreciated your thoughtfulness in sending this to him. Sincerely yours, (Signed) £!!iott TburstM Elliott Thurston, Special Assistant to the Chairman. ET:b