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O PR ESID ENT E D W A R D S . W 1 TK O W S K I 130 EAjST 7TH S T., NEW YORK SECR ETA R Y E U G E N E W. H E JK E 49 A UDUBO N A VENUE. JE R S EY CITY, N. J. F F I C E R S VICE PR ESIDENTS TR EASURER LECTUR ER D R . E . B. Z L O N C Z E W S K I R A M O N S IE M IN S K l W A LTE R J. BAYER S TA N LE Y LACEY DR . A N T H O N Y J. W A T M A N C H A R L E S K .S O L S K I C A P T . W A L T E R P. C IE C IU C H 144 BEN TLEY AVEN UE. JER S EY CITY, N. J. A D V O CATE J O S E P H F. K R O P P Y F IN A N C IA L SECR ETAR Y D R . F. L. Z L O N C Z E W S K I S ER GEANT-AT-AR M S E D M U N D S IE M IN S K l BOARD OF GOVERNORS H E N R Y S IE M IN S K l TH A D D E U S OLSZEW SKI E D W A R D K O Z A K IE W IC Z E D W A R D S , W IT K O W S K I, JR M A X IM IL IA N C A S IM IR DR. L O U IS E. N O R W IC H A N HATTAN SOCIETY HEADQ U AR TER S H O T E L M C A L P I N B R O A D W A Y AN D 34t h STR EET N E W Y O R K . N. Y. January 25, 1930. Eon. Marriner S. Eccles, Chairman, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, Washington, D. C. Dear Mr. Scclos: This will acknowledge your kind letter of January 22nd for which I desire to ex press the thanks of the Manhattan Society. In reply permit me to advise that your sentiments are thoroughly appreciated and that we are quite in accord regarding your participation as a guest speaker at the testimonial banquet to be held in honor of Mr. Szymczak. We recognize your peculiar posi tion and shall govern ourselves in conformity with your wishes to address the gathering in the manner indicated by you following the other speakers. Assuring you that we shall deem it a high privilege to have you appear on our program and thanking you for your acceptance of our invitation, I remain Chairman, Banquet Committee. EDWrH January 27, 1938. Mr. Edward S. rtitkowski, President, Manhattan Society, Hotel McAlpin, New York, New York. Dear Mr. ftitkowski: This will acknowledge receipt of your, letter of January 25th in regard to the testimonial dinner which your society is giving in honor of Mr. Szymcz&k. Barring some now unforeseen circumstance, I shall take pleasure in attending, with the understanding that if I am called upon, I shall speak very briefly, supple menting whatever formal sipeeches you may have arranged to precede my remarks. Again thanking you for your courtesy, I am Sincerely yours, M. S. Eccles, Chairman. ET:b