TELEGRAMS BEWARE NORWEST LONDON
TELEPHONE EUSTON 4771 five lines
The National Union of Railwaymen
G. W. Brown,
Assistant General Secretary
In your reply refer to
5th April, 1938.
Sir Walter Citrine, K.B.E.,
T.U.C. General Council,
Dear Sir Walter,
DEPUTATION TO FOREIGN MINISTER.
I wish to acknowledge receipt of your letter of the 4th instant notifying the members of the General Council that a meeting will be held at your office at 4. o'clock before proceeding to an interview with Lord Halifax to take place at the Foreign Office at 4.30p.m. tomorrow. Unfortunately I have a meeting of the London & Home Counties Traffic Advisory Committee at 4. o'clock but I will do my best to be present with the deputation.
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