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Letter from Emmett J. Scott to Charles Young
			
Robert R. Moton, Principal		Emmett J. Scott, Secretary		  Warren Logan, Treasurer

             Board of Trustees
William G. Willcox, Chairman.  Member of Investment Committee
	3 South William St., New York, N.Y.
W.W. Campbell, Vice-chairman, Tuskegee, Ala.                                       The Tuskegee
William J. Schieffelin,  Member of Investment Committee
	170 William St., New York, N.Y.
Charles E. Mason, Member of Investment Committee                                Normal and Industrial Institute
	30 State St., Boston, Mass.
Frank Trumbull, Member of Investment Committee                                     Founded by Booker T. Washington
	61 Broadway, New York, N.Y.
Theodore Roosevelt, Oyster Bay, N.Y.
Julius Rosenwald, Arthington St. and Homan Ave.
	Chicago, Ill.
William M. Scott, 19th and Hamilton Sts.
	Philadelphia, Pa.
George McAneny, 19 East 47th St., New York, N.Y.                                    For the Training of 
R.O. Simpson, Furman, Ala.
V.H. Tulane, 433 S. Ripley St., Montgomery, Ala.                              Colored Young Men and Women
Belton Gilbreath, Birmingham, Ala.
Charles W. Hare, Tuskegee, Ala.
Warren Logan, Member of Investment Committee
	Tuskegee Institute, Ala. 
A.J. Wilborn, Tuskegee, Ala.
Edgar A. Bancroft, 606 S. Michigan Ave.                                       Tuskegee Institute, Alabama
	Chicago, Ill.
Alexander Mann, D.D., Trinity Church, Boston, Mass.
Robert R. Moton, Tuskegee Institute, Ala.

                                                                                       July 9, 1917.

Lieutenant Colonel Charles Young,
Letterman General Hospital,
The Presidio,
San Francisco, California.
					PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL
Dear Colonel Young:

      Dr. Moton and I have had a long and serious confer-

ence over the injustice which we think is about to be 

perpetrated in the particular matter of ordering you to 

the hospital, and the upshot of it has been that I have 

made up a collection of editorial reviews and articles 

which have appeared in the colored newspapers, and we 

have drafted a letter which has been sent to His Excel-

lency, The President, which we hope will halt this pro-

cedure.  Other friends are also at work in the matter 

so that action may not be taken by default.

	Many things are happening these days to discourage 

us.

					Very truly yours,

					Emmett Scott
							Secretary.

GAS -Enc.

			
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Letter from Emmett J. Scott to Charles Young


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