2nd March, 1937.
Mr. G. Stolz,
International Federation of Trade Unions,
9, avenue d'Orsay,
Dear Comrade Stolz,
SITUATION IN SPAIN:
With reference to the maps of 'bus routes from railway termini converging upon the Central Hall, which we are having printed in three languages, we are sending to you today by passenger train leaving London at 8.20 p.m. a parcel containing fifty copies each French, German, and English texts.
The parcel has been addressed to you at 9, avenue d'Orsay, but, in order to avoid the possibility of undue delay in delivery, it has been marked "TO BE CALLED FOR AT GARE ST. LAZAIRE, PARIS".
The parcel is due to arrive in Paris by the train which arrives there at 5.23am tomorrow (Wednesday) and we shall be glad therefore if you will arrange for it to be collected. A similar quantity has been sent to Comrade Adler.
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