JOSEPH P. KENNEDY
May 21, 1941
Professor William G. Carleton,
University of Florida,
I feel very much ashamed to call on you
at your busiest time for some suggestions on the
speech. You have been most helpful and the memo-
randum you sent me with your letter will be of
great service to me.
I still can't seem to strike on a subject
for the speech, but perhaps something will come to
me before Friday.
I do hope I have the pleasure of seeing you
this summer. In any event, I am looking forward to
meeting you somewhere along the line reasonably soon.
With my warmest regards and again with
my very deep gratitude, I am
Yours very sincerely,
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