Letters: Jul. 9, 1928


Sirs: TIME is excellent for news ordinarily and we all enjoy it in my family, but we are astonished to find omitted this week both from the Religion and the International departments an event of great significance in the religious world, viz., the visit to this country of the British Congregationalists on their twentieth century good will Pilgrimage. Could you have been privileged to sit at the banquet in the Hotel Astor the night of Friday June 15 and listen to the thrilling addresses so expressive of British-American fellowship and peace made...

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