FOR THE RELIEF AND LIBERATION OF WORKERS OF EUROPE. . . .
THREE WEST SIXTEENTH STREET, NEW YORK CITY
JOHN COEFIELD, President Plumbers and Steamfitters International Union
DAVID DUBINSKY, President International Ladies Garment Workers Union
WILLIAM GREEN, President
American Federation of Labor
SIDNEY HILLMAN, President Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America
CHARLES P. HOWARD. President International Typographical Union
JOHN L. LEWIS. President
United Mine Workers of America
RAYMOND F. LOWRY, President American Federation
JOSEPH P. RYAN. President International Longshoremens Assn.
JOSEPH N. WEBER, President
American Federation of Musicians
[ ]UR O. WHARTON, President
International Union of Machinists
MATTHEW WOLL, President Union Labor Life Insurance Co.
MAX ZARITSKY, President
I. C. H. C. W. U.
COMMITTEE ON PUBLICITY
JOHN P. FREY, Secretary
Metal Trades Dept. A. F. of L.
B. CHARNEY VLADECK
CHESTER M. WRIGHT
MAX D. DANISH
July 1st, 1936
Mr Walter M Citrine, General Secy The Trades Union Congress Transport House, Smith Square London S W 1 England
Dear Mr Citrine:
A group of American Labor Sportlers are leaving within a few days for Europe to participate in the People's Olympiad, at Barcelona, Spain. I am enclosing a list of the American participants and am sure that you will be very much interested in this expression
of Labor's solidarity on the part of America.
The comrades have approached me and expressed a desire to meet some of the leading British Laborites in London, while enroute to Spain. I therefore take great pleasure in introducing them to you and hope that you will make it possible that they meet some of the leading officers of the British Trade Union movement. You will note that three of the participants
are members of the International Ladies Garment Workers' Union, of which our friend, David Dubinsky is President.
Anything you can do for the American representatives
will be greatly appreciated.
Sincerely and fraternally yours,
Dr. A.S. Lipschitz