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"Bundles for Britain," a rapidly spreading organization for the clothing relief of England, opened a Boston branch last week. In Cambridge, Harvard men may leave their contributions at 55 Brattle Street in care of Mrs. Bruce C. Hopper.
A recent letter from the Isles described the need vividly. Several British Foreign Office employees, blasted out of bed but still ready for business, showed up for work in pajamas.
Dingy saddle shoes and tattered reversibles, although a far cry from the customary Oxfords and knee britches, should convince the British of American sentiment just as forcibly as guns.
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