Letters, Apr. 25, 1932

Who Paid Tebbetts

Sirs:

In regard to the Coolidge-Tebbetts story (TIME, April 11), the general public is not aware that the New York Life rather than Coolidge himself paid the $2,500 to the St. Louis insurance man. You will no doubt be interested in our story of the case, it being an authorized one from the New York Life.

J. D. C ALDER WOOD

Assistant Editor

Eastern Underwriters

New York City

New York Life's story says that

"Mr. Coolidge is one of the most kindly of men and would never deliberately hurt anyone's feelings. Least of...

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