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B u f f a l o Ev e n in g N e w Ed w a r d s H. B u t l e r , e d i t o r a n d p u b l i s h e r O FFIC E OF TH E Ma n a g in g Editor April 19, 1937. Hon. Marriner S. Eccles, Chairman, The Federal Reserve Board, Washington, D. C. My dear Mr. Eccles: It was a real pleasure to meet you, and on behalf of the American Society of Newspaper Editors I want to extend to you in this somewhat more formal manner our sincere thanks for your highly informative talk at the off-the-record session on Friday. I heard a number of those present say that it was the first real glimpse they have had into some of the major policies Qf the ad ministration and, so far as I am concerned, I wish to add that it gave a new and helpful insight into some of our Federal policies. Thanking you again, and with kindest regards, I beg to remain Very sincerely yours, K:M April 23 , 1937. Mr. A. H. Kirchhofer, Managing Editor, Buffalo Evening News, Buffalo, New York. My dear Mr. Kirchhofer: Your letter of April 19th generously commenting upon my off the record talk before the American Society of Newspaper Editors was very much appreciated. Inasmuch as I had no adequate opportunity to prepare what I might say since I have been under unusually heavy pressures recently and I was not feeling particularly up to the mark on that day, I was far from satisfied with my own efforts. In fact, I was distinctly dissatisfied. So, it was all the more gratifying to have your reassuring note and I appreciate your thoughtful ness in writing. with kind regards, Sincerely yours, M. S. Eccles, Chairman. ET:b