Brannon Letter April 22, 1947
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John G. Brannon
Letter discusses his work on the defense. Brannon comments that the Japanese should have been allowed to try their own people. The hand-written manuscript recounts a plot summary of a book Brannon is thinking of writing. Typed manuscript is regarding imports and exports.
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