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RICHMOND, NEW ORLEANS, ATLANTk, ^l/TJAEY 1, 1919. _ ? THE GREATEST TRAGEDY OF THE GREAT : *' * ? ?' ?? v !r ?' ??? " - - >*f? " r Ji', ,^<v- * *' THE PRESIDENTS PROCLAMATION . - ? 1 ;> 1 ? ? - ? ' i jj vlclasl v ossein For more than three years American philanthropy haa been a large factor in keeping alive Armenian, Syrian, Greek and other exiles and refugees of Western Asia. | On two former occasions I have appealed to the Amerl ?? people in behalf of these tude? ot Irmi tremest need. .... . . . . - The response has been most generous, but rlod of rehabilitation is at hand. Vastly be required to restore these once prosperc..^ .~w? poverlshed, refugeesko their former homes than It is ?it ? Greek and other wa? sufferers la th# near ! outside help to auatalfi them through of them are 1 s3 Tba vast majority of them are helpleae women and chljS including 400,000 (f^ioiMvloaa Committee forJtailef In the Near East Ui - t for a minimum of *30,000,000 tc be subscribed _ 12-19, 191#, with which to meet ofcvtlnw people. /. I. therefore, again call upon the people oCtbaUalted States to make even more generous contributions than they - !<?<>?: ?- 1 ? 2-iZfa^i< fe-.'*.. a ?x *?> ; ? - \t . The An Appealing wy J on . ..?..upp0PUng (Slgn.d) wOODRnn, > ? Whit, h?um 2? ? ' ? 00URt>W WILSON.