Letters, Jan. 14, 1935



I hereby cancel my subscription . . . and also the subscription sent you ... as a Christmas present to Mrs. R. C. Grant, 286 Chestnut Hill Avenue, Allston (or Brighton) Mass.

. . . You have not the standards, intellectual or moral, which I desire in the periodicals read by my family. I shall quote three examples from your issue of Dec. 3.

First, you furnish free advertising to the extent of one-and a-quarter columns and a picture to one of the most insidiously dangerous pastimes offered to men even in this...

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