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United States Senate,
 
United States Senate,
 
Committee on Appropriations,  
 
Committee on Appropriations,  
Washington D
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Washington D. C.
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January 30, 1918.
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Mrs. Mary C. B. Munford,
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503 Grace Street,
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Richmond, Virginia.
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My dear Mrs. Munford:
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This morning I am in receipt of your letter of the 29th instant and write just a few lines to acknowledge the same. I am so closely occupied here with the constant drive of public duties that I am afraid I shall be unable to give much attention to the matter to which you refer. You may be assured, however, the matter will have every consideration I can give it.
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In response to your intimation that you may be in be in Washington, I write to say that I shall be glad to see you at any time you may call.
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Very sincerely yours,
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Thomas S. Martin

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Thomas S. Martin. Chairman United States Senate, Committee on Appropriations, Washington D. C. January 30, 1918. Mrs. Mary C. B. Munford, 503 Grace Street, Richmond, Virginia. My dear Mrs. Munford: This morning I am in receipt of your letter of the 29th instant and write just a few lines to acknowledge the same. I am so closely occupied here with the constant drive of public duties that I am afraid I shall be unable to give much attention to the matter to which you refer. You may be assured, however, the matter will have every consideration I can give it. In response to your intimation that you may be in be in Washington, I write to say that I shall be glad to see you at any time you may call. Very sincerely yours, Thomas S. Martin