Letters, Jul. 11, 1932

Working on the Railroad

Sirs:

In TIME for June 27 we find that at the Republican National Convention "the band struck up . . . 'I've Been Working on the Railroad,' somehow associated with the President's engineering activities."

Any Stanford graduate could have told you that this song has been sung at President Hoover's Alma Mater for years & years, with reference to Leland Stanford's activities in the railroad world, not Herbert Hoover's activities in the engineering world.

CLIFFORD ANDERSON Minneapolis, Minn.

"Good Publicity"

Sirs: Just wanted to thank you for the good publicity you...

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