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Chairman's Office
MAR 1

1948

Board o? Governors
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March u, 191+6,

Dr. William C. Peters,
Bangor» Maine.
Dear Dr. Peters:
This i s to thank you f o r your interesting letter
of February 27« I "as not aware that a sketch of ny l i f e
had been given c the radio. The f i r s t I had heard of i t
m
was in your l e t t e r . I am glad that you have such pleasant
recollections of S a l t Lake City of s i x t y y e a r s ago.
As you are a physician I bow to your superior
knowledge about vaccination. Anyway, I agree of course
with you that what w i l l not bend must b r e a k . I hope the
degree of inflation which we have already contracted w i l l
be sufficient to prevent the disease from becoming
dangerous.




Sincerely yours.

If. S . E c c l e 8 ,
Chairman.