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February 20, 1959 - Image 8

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FR]

Clements Library Gets
28 W ashingtonLetters

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TheUniversity Clements Library
brary has received a gift consisting'
of 28 letters which were written'
,by George Washington.'
The newly-acquired letters are
concerned with Washington's prob-
lems of command during the Rev-
olution, with his farm problems at
Mount Vernon, and with political
affairs while he was president.
The letters were given by alum-
nus James S. Schoff, '22, a promi-
nent New York business executive.
The gift raises to 78 the number
of Washington letters in the col-
lection.-
"One of them is an eloquent
appeal for the adoption of the
Constitution against the objectors
who argued for the superiority of
states' rights. The letters are in
fne condition and in Washington's
beautiful penmanship," Howard
Peckham, director of the library
said.
The letters were purchased at
various auctions by Schoff, an au-
tography collector. In addition to
the Washington letters, he has
given the library more than 100

other letters dealing with the Rev-
olution by other eminent Ameri-
cans.
SGC Group
To Discuss
Plan Change
Student Government Council's
Seminar will discuss the recent
recommendations for changes in
the Board of Review at 3 pm.
Sunday in the University Club
dining room of the Union, ac-
cording to Ahmed Belkhodja,
Grad., chairman.
The seminar, which is open to
anyone who is interested in at-
tending, will especially include
members of the student political
organizations at the University.
The meeting this week is the
first of the semester, he said.

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dedicated to BROTHERHOOD WEEK

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THE

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