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M A R V IN H . C R EA G E R
M i l w a u k .b e J o u r n a l

A. H . K IR C H H O F E R
B u f f a l o E v e n in g N e w s

D . J . ST E R L IN G
P o r t l a n d (O r b . ) J o u r n a l

D W IG H T M A R V IN
T r o y R ec o r d

M . V. A T W O O D
G a n n e t t N ew spapers

Pjjsident

1st Vice-President

2nd Vice-President

Treasurer

Secretary

T he A m erican S o ciety of N ew spaper E ditors
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
April 22, 1937

Mr. Marriner S. Eccles, Chairman
Board of Governors
Federal Reserve System
Washington Building
Washington, D. C.
Dear Mr. Eccles:
May I, on behalf of the
American Society of Newspaper Editors,
express to you our deep appreciation of
your off-the-record address at our luncheon
April 16? It was more than kind of you to
take the time to prepare and deliver this
most instructive talk. I only wish it
might be published.
It was a privilege and
pleasure to meet you.
Very truly yours,

MHCreager:AK

DIRECTORS
The Board of Directors consists of the Officers and the following;
PAUL BELLAMY
Cleveland Plain Dealer

EDSON K. BIXBY
Springfield (Mo.) News-Leader

SEVELLON BROWN
Providence Journal




DAVID LAWRENCE
United States News

GROVE PATTERSON
Toledo Blade

J. CHARLES POE
Chattanooga News

WILLIAM ALLEN WHITE
Emporia Gazette

CASPER S. YOST
St. Louis Globe-Democrat

TOM WALLACE
Louisville Times




April 26, 1937.

Mr. Marvin H. Creager, President,
The American iociety of Newspaper Editors,
j
Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Dear Mr. Creager:
Please accept my thanks for your kind note
of April 22d. It was a pleasure to be with you at the
luncheon of the American Society of Newspaper Editors
and to have the privilege of making your acquaintance.
My only regret is that unusually heavy pressures here
made it impossible for me to give more time to the
preparation of the off-the-record talk. I am, thereĀ­
fore, all the more appreciative of your generous comment
and of your thoughtfulness in writing.
With kind regards,

Sincerely yours,

M. 5. Eccles,

Chairman.

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