Letters, Jan. 12, 1931

"Iron Age" Readers

Sirs:

". . . and try to give the film industry something comparable to the steel industry's august Iron Age," says TIME, Dec. 22.

Proud are we of "august." Sorry are we that you employed the restrictive words "steel industry's." "Metal products industries' " would have been far more accurate, for but 12.91% of our subscribers are iron and steel producers.

The great bulk of our subscribers make finished metal products — locomotives, pins, automobiles, dish pans, ships, peanut roasters, plows, typewriters, machinery, T squares, metal beds, traveling cranes, can openers,...

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