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Washington, D. O.
J. No. 40.A.XXVTI.223. 434 Southern Building. 1 enclosure. August 9,1920. The Grand Committee of The Hungarian Societies of Gentlemen: "With reference to lay fitter of April 27th 1920 concerning the transmission of $2000.00 to Hun garian prisoners of war in Siberia, I beg to enclose a for $750 dated Nikolsk Ussurisk on the 30th of March 1920. I do not know which instruc tions you gaw as to ,the distribu tion of the amounts, but from the wording of the receipt presume that $250 have been given to Gen eral Relief among Hungarian pris oners of war at Nikolsk and $500 to prisoners at Petropav'ovsk. Believe me, Yours truly, Fór the Minister of T&rmiark, Attaché of Legation. ítib. kestatige hiermit, dureh Vermittlung der dánischen Dsle gátion in Vladivostok den Betrng van Y 1546.40, fünfzenhundert vierzigseehs 40 sen, equiv. Doll. 750 ($250 und $500), welcher von The Grand Committee of the Hun garian Societies of Youngstowií lurch die dánische Gesandtschaft Washington fiir uns angewies^n wurde, erhalten zu haben.