[Dear Friends: A wonderful opportunity to build the Michael Scott Fund…]
EMPATHY THEATRE PRESENTS An Evening of One Act Plays
by Albert K. Herling, Ad Hoc Committee on South West Africa
New York, New York, United States
Mailing advertising a series of one act plays on Thursday, June 21, 1951 at the MC Burney Y.M.C.A. including "STILL LIFE" by Franz Molnar, "THE HAPPY JOURNEY" by Thornton Wider; and "THE ANNIVERSARY" by Anton Chekhov. The cover letter says a wonderful opportunity to build the Michael Scott Fund has be presented to us. The mailing says the Empathy Theatre, an excellent drama group has consented to present an evening of One Act plays with the proceeds being divided evenly between this group and our Committee. The cover letter says we want this program to really go over well and this depends upon your support. The cover letter says to those of you who become sponsors--you may become a sponsor through a contributing Five Dollars--there will be send to you a complementary ticket. The cover letter says those of you connected with an organization are invited to support the Michael Scott Fund through similar contributions--but there is no limit above the Five Dollar minimum. The leaflet enclosed in the mailing says the event is sponsored by THE MICHAEL SCOTT FUND Committee for the INDIGENOUS TRIBES OF SOUTH WEST AFRICA. The leaflet says tickets may be obtained from Albert K. Herking, International League for the Rights of Man in New York City or Lovina Timmins in Brooklyn.
Collection: Winifred Courtney papers