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April 21, 1939.
      The seating capacity of the East Room, with large stage which 
      will be used for British musical, is 320 maximum. We have invited 
      to date:
      Dinner guests 88 
      Musical guest s 219
      Total 307
      Would the President care to have any of the following officials 
      asked to the musical for the King and Queen?
      Mr. and Mrs. James L. Houghteling
      District of Columbia Commissioners
      Hon. and Mrs. Edward J. Noble - special assistant to Harry Hopkins
      Hon. & Mrs. Fred H. Brown - Comptroller Gen. of U.S.
      Hon. & Mrs. Marion M. Caskie - Chr. Interstate Commerce Comm. 
      Hon. and Mrs. C. Rogers Arundell - U. S. Board of Tax Appeals 
      Hon. and Mrs. Clyde L. Seavey - Federal Power Commission
      Dr. Joseph S. Ames - Nat'l Advisory Comm. for Aeronautics 
      Hon. and Mrs. Gilmore D. Clarke - Commission of Fine Arts
      Dr. and Mrs. Charles G. Abbot - Smithsonian Institution
      Hon. and Mrs. Emil Schram- Elec. Home & Farm Authority 
      Hon. and Mrs. John M. Carmody - Rural Elec. Adm.
      Hon. and Mrs. F. F. Hill - Farm Credit Adm.
      Hon. and Mrs. Stuart A. Rice - Central Statistical Board
      Hon. Leo T. Crowley- Fed. Dep. Ins. Corporation
      Hon. and Mrs. Lynn P. Talley - Commodity Credit Corporation 
      Hon. and Mrs. R. D. W. Conuor - Archivist of U. S. 
      Hon. and Mrs. Sanford Bates - Fed. Prison Industries, Inc. 
      Hon. and Mrs. J. Warren Madden - Nat'l Labor Relations Bd. 
      Hon. and Mrs. Murray W. Latimer - Railroad Retirement Bd. 
      Hon. and Mrs. Frank R. McNinch - Fed. Communications Comm. 
      Hon. and Mrs. William M. Leiserson - National Mediation Board 
      Hon. and Mrs. Robert W. Bruere - Maritime Labor Board
Mrs. Helm 
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