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DAVID I. WALSH, M A S S . , CHAIRMAN
ROYAL S . COPELAND|N. Y. WILLIAM E . BORAH, IDAHO
PARK TRAMMELL, F | A .
JESSE H. METCALF, R. I.
HUGO L . BLACK, ALA.
ROBERT M . LA FOLLETTE, J R . , WIS.
LOUIS MURPHY, IOWA
JAMES J . DAVIS, PA.
ELBERT D . THOMAS, UTAH
JAMES E . MURRAY, MONT.
VIC DONAHEY, OHIO
RUSH D . HOLT, W. VA.

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COMMITTEE ON

JAMES T. CLARK, CLERK




EDUCATION AND LABOR

April 10, 1956

Honorable Marriner S. Eccles
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Washington, D. C.

My dear Mr* Eccles:
I am enclosing a copy of a bill introduced
in the Senate by Senator Wagner, S. 4424, now pending
before the Committee on Education and Labor, of which
I am Chairman,
The Committee will be pleased to receive
your views and any recommendation you desire to make
to the Committee*
Sincerely yours,

May 1, 1936.

My dear ben^tor:
I wish to acknowledge, with appreciation, your
letter of ixpril 10, enclosing a copy 01* the housing bill
iriLroduced by Senator Wagner, and stating that your Committee would be pleased to receive my views and any recommendation i might desire to make with regard to the bill.
The delay in my answering your letter is due to
the fact that I have been out of the city for some time
and that the letter was received in my essence. However,
I understand that the informal group which the President
asked to consider tne whole question of housing legislation expects snortly to h^ve some suggestions with regard
to trie matters dealt with in the Wagner bill, as well as
vtitn other housing matters not dealt with in that bill.
In these circumstances, I tainK thc*t any expression
of my views or any recommendation on my part might more
appropriately be made, if there seems any occasion for it,
after the suggestions of tais irii'oriL&l group have been
given to the President. Meanwhile, I wish to express my
to your Committee for sending a copy of the r*agner bill to me
and offering me an opportuixity to comment on it.
Yours sincerely,

M. $• Eccles,
Chairman

Hon. David I. halsh, chairman
Committee on Education and Labor
United States Senate
Washington, D. C.