December 15, 1966
Mr. Walter Crawbuck
4650 Arapahoe Avenue
Dear Mr. Crawbuck:
May I first extend my sincere apology for not answering your letter of Novem-
ber 30th prior to this date. I wanted to consult with others as to our intent,
and time has just drifted. You can be sure this will not happen again.
Regarding your November 30, 1966, letter, we have not stopped selling tickets
to the public for admission to our buildings, and must continue to sell them as
now until the Commissioners direct us otherwise. We did halt our operations
in the Information Center and allow the trailer trains to operate from there.
However, we will resume our Information Center operations on Saturday,
December 17th at 9 A. M.
Your letter of December 13, 1966, is a bit confusing regarding "Brochure Pro-
posal" of which you say you have a copy. The brochure is off the press and
please find enclosed a copy. On the second from last page under "Private
Work" you will find the Rodriguez-Avero-Sanchez House pictured with caption
and copy. The photograph was submitted at our request by Mr. William
With regards to your request for a conference on the ticket business, a four-
man conference between you, Meesrs. Wolfe, Newton and myself can be ar-
ranged, shortly after the first of the year when Mr. Newton returns from
vacation. I shall arrange a time and place and advise you as soon as possible.
In the meantime, I will always be available to you for any discussion.
Bradley G. Brewer