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Foster letter to Robinson
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TitleFoster letter to Robinson
DescriptionA carbon copy of a letter dated September 25, 1944 from A.L. Foster, Executive Secretary of the Chicago Urban League, to Mrs. Lola Robinson of the Carver Center. A.L. Foster is accepting an invitation to speak "under the auspices of" the Carver Center in Galesburg, Illinois.
SubjectCommunity centers
Named PersonRobinson, Lola;
AuthorFoster, A.L.
Time Period1940s
Date Created (original)September 25, 1944
TypeText
Formatpdf
IdentifierJ. Howell Atwood Manuscript Collection (box 9)
Languageeng
RightsSee http://library.knox.edu/digitalcollections/rightsinfo.htm
CollectionStruggle and Progress-African Americans in Knox County, Illinois (Knox College)
Date Digital2012-07-31
TranscriptChicago Urban League
3092 South Wabash Avenue
Chicago 16, Illinois
Office of A.L. Foster
Execuuive Secretary

September 25, 1944

Mr. Lola Robinson
Carver Service Center
Depot & Berrian Streets
Galesburg, Illinois.

My dear Mrs. Robinson:
I could not possibly turn down an invitation ex-
tended by you and I am, therefore, setting aside
the second Sunday in February, 1945 to speak
under your auspices.

I persume that you will let me know more about
the meeting as you get nearer to it.

I hope that you are enjoying your work there.

Very sincerely yours,
A.L. Foster
A.L. Foster
ALF:G
Physical Descriptiontypescript on 8.5 x 11 inch letterhead stationery
FilenameFoster_letter_to_Robinson
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