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Hovesbe* 9# 1936* Wfr dear Hanrys I l e f t for Philadelphia early Friday corning and epent the fcalsnce of the week in *hat city visiting the federal Reserve Bank aa well as'j^. son &nd daughter tfho *re attending school tliore* When I arrived at J y office this a asoroing say secretary advised ©e that you had celled for m on the telephone Friday afternoon* I &ia sorry indeed teat I was not in I should have enjoyed having & talk iriLth yotu I ho|>o the next tioaayou a r e i n Washington you t d l l get in touch T?ith as so oan arrange to get together f o r a l i t t l e visit* With kindest personal rogerds* Sincerely yours* Honorable Henry S» Stoagsll, Oaark, Alabaisa* MSE:VE:b SEVENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS HENRY B. STEAGALL, ALA., CHAIRMAN JOHN B. HOLLISTEL-I, *}HIO T . ALAN GOLDSBOROUGH, MD. JESSE P. WOLCOTT, MICH. MICHAEL K. REILLY, WIS. PETER A. CAVICCHIA, N. J. FRANK W . HANCOCK, JR., N. C. HAMILTON FISH, JR., N. Y. (CLYDE WILLIAMS, MO. CHARLES L» GIFFORD, MASS. \ H. CROSS. TEX. EVERETT M. DIRKSEN, ILL. BRENT SPENCE, KY. CLARE G. FENERTY, PA. PRENTISS M . BROWN, MICH. FRED J. SIS SON, N. Y. JAMES I . FARLEY, IND. JAMES A. MEEKS, I L L . HERMAN P. KOPPLEMANN, CONN. MARTIN J. KENNEDY, N. Y. THOMAS F . FORD, CALIF. PAUL BROWN, GA. RICHARD M. RUSSELL, MASS. D. J. DRISCOLLT PA. D. WORTH CLARK, IDAHO HOUSE OF COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY J. T , CRAWFORD, CLERK REPRESENTATIVES WASHINGTON Ozark, .Alabama* November 13, 1936« Honorable KSarriner S. Eccles, Governor, Federal Reserve Board, Washington, D. 0. Dear Governor Eccles: I have your letter and appreciate your writing zne* I had hoped to see you before leaving Washington* I expect to be back in the city within a few days and shall look forward to seeing you.