Box 10, Folder 11, Document 64

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September 28, 1966

Mr. Paul Anthony
Executive Director
Southern Regional Council
5 Forsyth Street, N. W.
Atlanta, Georgia

Dear Mr. Anthony and Colleagues:

Thank you for your letter of September 9, and for
your offer of assistance to the City of Atlanta. We
are grateful for the leadership which has been
provided by many persons, both professional and
lay, associated with the agencies which you serve.

We fully acknowledge the existence of many
conditions which must be changed if our city is
to become the place which I believe we all hope
for. We count upon your continued interest and
the support of your agencies in developing
programs to help us meet both the short and
long run problems which face us.

Although it is not possible to arrange a meeting
with your group immediately, I appreciate your
willingness,both as individuals and collectively,
Mr. Anthony
Page Two
September 28, 1966

to offer advice and assistance and I assure you that
we will be calling upon you.

Sincerely yours,

Ivan Allen, Jr.



Mr. Theodore Freedman
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith

Mrs. Ruby Hurley
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Miss Constance Curry
American Friends Service Committee

Mr. Don McEvoy
National Conference of Christians and Jews, Inc.

The Rev. Oscar McCloud
United Presbyterian Church U. S. A.

The Rev. John Morris
Episcopal Society for Cultural and Racial Unity

Mr. Charles F, Wittenstein
American Jewish Committee
Mr. Anthony
Page Three
September 28, 1966

The Rev. Edward Brown
National Council of Churches of Christ

Mr. Randolph Blackwell
Citizens Crusade Against Poverty

Mr. Junius Griffin
Southern Christian Leadership Conference

Mr. Jody Palmour
Southern Student Organizing Committee

Mrs. Frances Pauley
Georgia Council on Human Relations

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