THE MAIL

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To the Editor of the Crimson:

Will you be good enough to mention, in the columns of the Crimson, the hearty appreciation of this Association for the splendid response to the sale of Christmas seals from Harvard men.

Harvard students have been most generous and have contributed already over $1800.00, with further returns coming in daily. Christmas is over, but the educational and preventive work of the Cambridge Tuberculosis and Health Association goes on every month in the year, and gifts are just as welcome now as earlier.

Plans are already under way for the 1938 Sunshine Camp, a health school, which provides two months of happy, health-building camp life for sixty needy Cambridge children, an important piece of work, which is supported largely by the sale of Christmas seals. Sincerely yours,   (Mrs.) Mabel Greeley Smith,   Executive Secretary.