FROM THE FILES OF THE FBI #109
May 10, 1951
[ADDRESS BLOCK BLACKED OUT]
Dear [BLACKED OUT]
Your letter dated May 3, 1951, has been received and I
appreciate the interest which prompted you to write as you did.
I must advise, however, in answer to the questions you
propounded concerning the individuals and organizations mentioned
in your communication, a long-standing policy established for this
Bureau holds our files confidential and available for official use
only. No inference, of course, should be drawn that we do or do not
have data concerning them in our files because of my inability to
be of aid.
I am taking the liberty of enclosing some material which I
thought you might like to have and your attention is directed
particularly to the comments I made concerning the test of a front
organization in my statement before the Committee on Un-American
Activities, House of Representatives, on May 26, 1947.
It is suggested that whenever you come into possession of
information which you believe to be of value to the FBI please feel
free to contact our representatives in the Miami Office at 3915
Biscayne Boulevard, Miami 32, Florida.
John Edgar Hoover
cc - Miami with copy of incoming
US News and World Report
Hoover Answers 10 Questions
Director's Statement 2-26-51
Foe [illegible word] Freedom; Statement before House Un-American