2nd June, 1937.
Mr. A. Leadbetter,
Labour Party League of Youth,
Liverpool Central Branch,
2, Gaerwen Street,
Dear Mr. Leadbetter,
I thank you for your letter of the 31st ultimo and for the interest which your branch is taking in the above matter. I am pleased to learn that you are considering the possibility of some continuous effort. In view of the fact that we are not aware of the duration for which responsibility will have to be accepted for the children your effort is all the more welcome.
In accordance with your request I am enclosing herewith twelve copies of the appeal which will be useful for your collectors.
Again thanking you,
P.S. So far as I am aware it is not necessary to secure police permission for a door-to-door collection. Unless there is some special by-law in Liverpool I think police permission is only required for collections in the street.
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