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Hengstler, Herbert C.
[Letter, 1936 Aug. 17, Washington, D.C., to Ramn Oural].
Letter in English from the Chief of the Division of Foreign Service Administration, U.S. Department of State, responding to Ramn Oural's letter of Aug. 11, 1936 requesting information on the safety of Oural's wfie and two children in Spain. Hengstler writes that a telegram has been sent to the American Consul at Vigo, Spain asking it to provide information "regarding the present whereabouts and welfare" of Oural's family.
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