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Letter dated January 20, 1942 from Helene Ilse Dietz, to the U.S. Immigration Service in Bismarck, North Dakota. Dietz states that she is the sponsor of Auras' education and that she has found him to be an honorable and studious person and that, to her knowledge, Auras has never been a member of any political organization.
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Dietz, Helene Ilse, "Letter from Helene Ilse Dietz to US Immigration Services regarding Richard Auras, 1942" (1942). William Langer Papers. 98.