A Letter From The Publisher, Sep. 9, 1946

Dear Time-Reader

This week our Information Center here in the lobby of the TIME & LIFE Building is filled with needlework, oil paintings, gadgets, fruit, flowers, and some vegetables—entries in TIME Inc.'s annual Country Fair for employes who fancy their horticultural and artistic capacities. Generally, of course, the Information Center is filled with its own news exhibits—and visitors.

They—about 5,000 of them a month —drop in to keep appointments with us, enter subscriptions to our magazines, find out what to see and where to go in New York City. They also come in to browse, snooze, primp, knit, read a good book, rendezvous...

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