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Henry A. Wallace writes to Miss A.R. Seymour saying that he is "not a Spanish teacher" and has "no right to solve your problem for you," but suggests teaching Spanish "as it is spoken in Mexico, Colombia, or Venezuela." The letter is accompanied by its original envelope which is stamped by the Office of the Vice President in Washington.