Letter Sent to the
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
Dated 25 Jan 1933
Editor's note: I have left off the names of the people in this letter.
I have recently received a very pathetic letter from the city of my birth [Ulanów], in Poland, requesting assistance for that community [see previous letter, dated 8 Sep 1932]. I am convinced that the J.D.C. would fit into this picture very nicely, therefore avail myself of the opportunity to send you this inquiry as to just what procedure should be followed in a case like this.
Would you want me to send you further particulars of the name of the place, the names of the leaders of the community to whom communications should be addressed? Would negotiations be carried on direct from America or would the matter have to be turned over to some authorized representative of the J.D.C. in Poland or in Germany?
I want to assure you that your personal attention to this will be sincerely appreciated by me, and that I shall be looking forward to your reply.
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