Letters: Nov. 24, 1930

Improving Westport

Sirs:

Not long ago Westport, Conn., was considerably stirred, as no doubt you know, by William McFee's comments (TIME, Sept. 22). The enclosed was written by my mother-in-law, Mary P. C. Staples, and I have her permission to send it to you to be published if you care to use it. Mrs. Staples is an elderly woman, to whom Westport and everything connected with it is very dear. Her family and her husband's have been identified with the town since it was settled. They now belong to the older and conservative element...

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