A Letter From The Publisher, Sep. 13, 1943

To answer some of the questions our subscribers have been asking about how TIME gathers, verifies, writes, and distributes its news.

Way back in 1935 TIME was the first U.S. magazine to open a news bureau on the Pacific Coast (in San Francisco—headed by David W. Hulburd, now Chief of all our correspondents at home and abroad). A year later TIME opened a second Western editorial office in Los Angeles. And now we are:

> Opening a new editorial office in Seattle. . . .

> Starting still another new news bureau in Denver. . ....

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