Letters, Apr. 4, 1938


Sirs: , , ,

I read a brief statement in your valuable weekly as I returned from Chicago and was surprised that one of your writers would say I was ill dressed in Berlin [TIME, March 14]. While I am not an advocate of time-wasting performances, I was as well dressed as any of the other diplomats—not in Hitler uniforms of course. Not only so; my clothes fit me as well as anybody could wish. How such a view as was expressed in your journal.?


Washington, D.C.

To dapper Reader Dodd (see...

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