The Perfect Squelch

Benson, Harry L.
January 1957
Saturday Evening Post;1/19/1957, Vol. 229 Issue 29, p79
Presents a humorous story about the donation given by a U.S. citizen to help rebuild a local opera house in Germany which had been partly destroyed by World War II bombings.


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