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A high-ranking executive within the Humans for Animals and Humanity society sends a letter drafted at an unknown date with a letter attached that was dated December 7, 1968. In the first letter as well as the attached letters, the executive discusses the organizations point of view when it comes to animal welfare and the use of animals in experimentation. [Note: While this document is dated December 1968, the date associated on Digital Commons is January 3, 1973 - the final day of Florence Dwyer's term in Congress.]
A Constituent from an animal humane organization
Florence P. Dwyer, Representative of New Jersey
January 3, 1973
Bay 2, Legislative Correspondence, Box 22
"Letter from Humans for Animals and Humanity" (1973). Florence Dwyer Letters. 81.
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