Letters, Aug. 23, 1937

Harvey in Character


The picture you printed of Downey Harvey, of San Francisco, in your July 5 issue shows him in a mood in which few, if any, of his friends have ever seen him.

The enclosed photograph is typical of Downey despite his ''unique infirmities" to which you refer in your article.


San Francisco, Calif.

Mrs. Bridges' Fall


Let TIME accept a correction on a trivial statement made in the biography of Harry Bridges (TIME, July 19)—"his wife . . . fell out of a window while hanging out the wash." She was not hanging out the wash, but bringing it in.

I happen to...

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