Letters, Mar. 23, 1931

"The March of Time"

Sirs: Congratulations on the best radio program I have heard over the air in—well, as a matter of fact, the best I have ever heard. We stayed up to hear it, and we almost wept over the World-Telegram dramatization. Whatever advertising agency is doing it for you deserves a great hurrah! JOHN FARRAR

New York City

"The March of Time" is prepared by staff members of TIME, Inc., directed by Arthur Pryor Jr. of Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborne.—ED. Sirs:

CONSIDER YOUR BROADCAST LAST NIGHT VERY FINE AND ENJOYABLE

DAN R. WINTER...

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