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Letter from Jean Farrel to the IHR (8/19/1983)

Jean Farrel, E.

Institute for Historical Review
POB 1306
California 90505

August 19, 1983

Dear Sirs:

Enclosed please find my check for fifteen dollars, according to the enclosed order slip. (I’m just guessing at the postage. It’s probably too much, so keep the dif.)

In your last newsletter, you say that if we need help to draw up a will, to contact you, and I do and I am. I had been trying to figure out how I could leave you all of my estate, which is fair-sized, considering the tax on it which is about 90% in this canton for an old maid. I thought I might come over and speak to you about it, but perhaps you know a decent lawyer in this area. I don’t. Do you know a freedom-oriented American lawyer with some international expertise?

My background is: born American, now Columbian, resident of Switzerland for 15 years, spinster 63 years old.

One difficulty is that I’m afraid of great commitments. Suppose someone got control of your organization and all my money, leaving me on the street in my old age? But I have another idea of how to get it to you.

Sincerely yours,

[signed] J.F.E.

[stamped] Jean Farrel, E.
Chemin de la Culturaz, 32
1095 Lutry, Suisse
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