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1939
Mr, Marriner Eccles
Chairman Federal Reserve Hoard
Washington, D. C.

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Dear Sir:
There is no necessity for me to gild a lily, so I won't
tell you what I think of the talk that you gave recently
over the radio. I do think, however, it was one of the
clearest expositions of thought, though not perhaps the
fanciest bit of oratory that I have heard.
If you should happen to have a transcript of this talk,
I should very much appreciate your sending this on to
me
Yours very i;ruly,
•. BRAUN JZQMPAHY

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February 2, 1939

Mr. Julius Braun
2^33 W, fourteenth Street
Chicago, Illinois

My dear Mr. Braun:
Chairman Eccles has asked me to acknowledge and thank you for your letter of January 30
in which you compliment him on his recent radio
address before the National Kadio forum.

In ac-

cordance with your request, I am enclosing herewith
a reprint of that address.
Yours very truly,

Lawrence Clayton
Assistant to the Chairman

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