A Letter From The Publisher, May 8, 1950

AMERICAN HEADQUARTERS—55 WEST 42nd STREET—NEW YORK 18, N. Y.

I have been ashed by Constance Gurd Rykert, of Foster Parents' Plan for War Children, Inc., to thank TIME'S readers for the help they have given. Mrs. Rykert writes as follows:

"In TIME'S issues of June 7, 1948 and February 21, 1949 you published photographs of Italo Renzetti, a war-maimed and blinded little Italian boy living in a colony in Rome under the care of Foster Parents' Plan for War Children. In the latter picture Italo was using a Galimberti machine (for writing Braille), which had been bought with TIME readers' contributions. I...

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