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  • Pollie Williams

    Brazzil publication subscription
    2/1/07
    Hello:

    I had a subscription to Brazzil when there was information that there would be no more publications. I’m looking at one of the issues now, Year 14, No. 193, April 2002, with my last issue indication on the label as May 03. I’d just like to ask that when the publications begin again I may be included. Please bill me at the same mailing address: 1317 E. Silverlake Road, Tucson, AZ 85713-3230. Thank you very much.

    Pollie Williams

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