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The Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions

           Washington, D.C. 
           1326 NEW YORK AVENUE

          Hon. Charles Curtis                                                                                                  May 9, 1908
          1818 S Street

          Washington D.C.

Dear Senator Curtis:

     We, the Prelates of the Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions, have learned from Father Ketcham, the Director of the Bureau, of your kindly interest in our mission work among the Indians.
     We feel that it is becoming for us to express our appreciation of your fairmindedness in this matter and to recognize the praiseworthy position you have taken of endeavoring to secure equal justice, without special favor, to all church organizations which are exerting themselves to improve the condition of the Indians.

                                 Faithfully yours,
                                             Incorporators of the Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions.

                                                                 Archbishop   (of Baltimore)

                                                                 Archbishop   (of Philadelphia)

                                                                 Archbishop   (of New York)

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