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Letter from Charles Burroughs to Mrs. Young
									     157-10, 110th Ave.
						     Jamiaca, N.Y.
						     July 2, 1931

Dear Mrs. Young,
     Your letter was received yes-
terday. Soviet Russia, as in the 
case of all of her industries, is collec-
tivizing and mechanizing her
farms on a tremendous scale
and welcoming new ideas and
experts from everywhere. With
his special training in agriculture
Tomtom would be of great service
to the government and should be
able to go very far in his field. This
opportunity which Russia offers
the trained Negro is an extraor-
dinary one and it would be re-
gretable if Tomtom ignored it.
You should, by all means, urge
him to join with Golden, unless
the work he has been doing prom-
ises to soon become highly profit-	 	
			
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Letter from Charles Burroughs to Mrs. Young


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