Letters: Jul. 12, 1926



Your excessive use of footnotes seems to me to be in rather bad taste and tiresome. There were nineteen in your last issue. Is it not better style to include such matter in the articles to which they refer, even in parenthesis ?

You keep your readers chasing around the page with, usually, no adequate reward for the effort.

I enjoy TIME very much and look for its continued improvement.


Chicago, Ill.

Do other subscribers vote for or against notes?—ED.

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