Imaginary Interviews: Jul. 9, 1923

Louis Wiley, Business Manager of The New York Times: "Said I at a dinner in honor of Edward M. Morgan, Postmaster of New York: 'Whether or not colleges have seen fit to bestow upon him degrees, Mr. Morgan is pre-eminently a man of letters!'"

Jane Addams: "Arthur Brisbane, Hearst editor, said of me, apropos of my illness in Japan: 'If pure goodness, unselfishness and devotion count in Heaven, as we believe they do, Jane Addams will have a seat in front of Washington, Jefferson and many others, and very likely next to Lincoln'."


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