Letters, Jul. 13, 1931


Sirs: The Saturday Evening Post, Collier's and frequently The Literary Digest print on front covers of their various issues their circulation. Never have I seen a report concerning TIME'S circulation. . . . As close as I have ever come to a good guess is a statement in your own advertisement, issue of June 15, p. 62: ". . . in 350,000 homes." Why not print, just for once, your circulation? ROBERT MILLER

Palmerton, Pa.

In 1929, upon passing 250,000 circulation, TIME announced the fact on its front cover. Average...

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