People: Nov. 3, 1930

"Names make news." Last week the following names made the following news.

A letter, from Thomas Jefferson to William Fleming written in October 1763 when Jefferson was 20 (one of a collection to be sold in Manhattan in the American Art-Anderson galleries) was found to read: "I do not like the ups and downs of a country life; today you are rollicking with a fine girl and tomorrow you are moping by yourself. ... I have thought of the cleverest plan of life. . . . You exchange your land for Edgehill, or I mine...

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