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Group Title: Correspondence, Business and Legal Papers
Title: Correspondence, Business and Legal Papers: July, 1907
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July 3rd, 1907.



Gov. U. B. Brownrd,

TallAhnssee, Fla.

Dear Siri-

I do not desiLe to Tbutti1* to the situation in

Orange County, especially, unless mine and Miss Elsie's friends

foan West Florida are notified, but I do want to say that I

do net believe it would be for the the best interests of the

administration of justice in Orange County for Mr. Joseph

Jones to be appointed County Solicitor while his brother is

State's Atto-'ney or the Circuit in. which Orange County is

located. I would desire to see you appoint either Carl Robin-

son or, Mr. MaIsey's law partner, Mr. Warlow. Carl Robinson's

father was the County Solicitor of Orange County when he

died and Judge Welborn was appointed in his place, and he is

a young man who lihs had the care of his f"th -c's fanhly on

his shoulders ever since boyhood, and I know hm Well, have

kno ;'n him for mani years and !:row him to be an absolutely

honest ancd exceptionally moral, ,upright, able and fearless

youngmau, and would appreciate it vei'y much if :'ou can see

your way clear to appoint him, as I believe also nine-tenths

of the people of Orange County would appreciate it, as lie has

been doing Judge WLlbo-rns legal wvor.k for sLue cc-.-siderable

time.
Youl'L very truly,


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July 1907.






_.-" Sir:

The July 5th issue of the "North American

Review" will contain an article by me entitled "State

Valuation of Railroads". I al-reciate the imienHity

of the .'.,je;t, and hope that I may be favor.; with

your cor.aents for my3 further information.

I ar.:, dear sir,

Yours ??.7



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Hon. ...cloon B. Erow rc,

Tallahassee,


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July 3, 1907.


Mr. ;.. }j. !4yrh,
Business managerr Industrial Record Publishing Co.,
Jacks:onville, Ylorida.
Dear ;ir:

It is suf-ficient to say that Florida holds out or of"ers to
thait person who desires to cast his lot with her and become a citizon,
more aduv.rntIres than can any other state in the Union, from afiost any

stand -oint that would be of benefit to the -,,erson desiring citizenship.

Florida is the most southern portion of the present United
Stateco; Florida is a peninsula, with a coast line aggregating abc-ut

11,000 miloe, ordering on the ,Gulf of ::e-ico a distance, including the

bayo and catrances to rivers and c.-es an.i mainland, about 600 mitoo,

and .,n the Gulf of :oi'co and Atlantic Cocan about 500 miles.

The Gulf of :.orico is a v.arm 1 oa of water and the Gulf
stroam running close to the eastern shore of Florida, is warmer than

it is at any other point -hcre it touches any land in this country

or in !Jurope.

In the southern portion of this State crops cbn be grown the
year round, and a greater diveor.ity of crops can be grown than in any
other state; it costs less to st'rt business t.:d to build houses here

than in any other state in the Union at this tine, and the worknan

commands ta high wages here ts in an r state. In fact, our natural

advantages, taking into consideration our abundint fish and o;-ster sup-

ply, the salubrity of the climate and the greater ease .'ith .which one


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oMn sacuro a living,um add to our advantagoo when oontrastod with
those of any of the other states, and I cannot help hbut believe that

we ro:;ld have our choice f oiegr.nts w.ere they not landed oo far

away, and wore it not for the faot that wo have no agonto ond no bu-

reau advertising Florida's ndvantnaoo.

Yours very truly,


Governor.


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A. A *MARSH
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INDUSTRIAL RECORD PUBLISHING COMPANY
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
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JACKSONVILLE, FLA., June 29, 1907.



Hon. N. B. Broward,

Tallahassee, Fla.

Dear Sir:

Your letter to Mr. Hollomon has just come under my

observation. Mr. Hollomon is in Territory, and will not

return for several weeks. I therefore take the liberty of

answering your communication.

It was Mr. Hollomon's idea to get you to write a

brief introductory to our Immigration edition, welcoming

a desirable class of Immigrants, home-seekers, capitalists,

etc. to the State, outlining, in a general way the advantages

of settling and investing here because of the xitkax climate,

opportunities for raising fruit, early vegetables, live-

stock, etc., etc. It would be unnecessary for you to go

into detail, as we have the different industries of the

State covered by experts in the different lines of endeavor.

For instance, we have articles on stock raising by Mr. Gait-

skill and Mr. Chambliss; an article on tobacco growing, by

Mr. Corry, of Quincy; an article on celery growing by Mr.

Whitner, of Sanford, and many other such articles. We have

an article by Gov. Hoke Smith, of Ga., by Hon. E.J.Watson,

of South-Carolina, Hon. T. K. Bruner, of North Carolina,

on the subject of immigration as it effects the South.

As above stated, we want a general introductory

article from you. This to be accompanied by a good cut of





J. A. HOLELOMON A. H. MARSH
nEDadIMANAGE BUSINESS MANAGER

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the regular size of the Record.

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Very respectfully yours,

Industrial Record Co.,



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JACKSONVILLE. FLA., April 24, 1907.


THE IMMIGRATION SPECIAL OF THE INDUSTRIAL RECORD.

The IMMIGRATION SPECIAL EDITION of the INDUSTRIAL RECORD, which will be issued about June
1st, will be one of the largest, handsomest and most complete publications of the kind ever issued in the South.
It will mark an epoch in Florida journalism. We call attention to a few salient features of the publication:

SCOPE: It will give, succinctly, facts and figures about Florida which will appeal to the immigrant, the
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FEATURES: The publication will be carefully compiled and edited by a corps of experienced newspaper men
who are thorouhly conversant with Florida conditions. It will be profusely illustrated. It will contain articles by
well-known authorities on the Immigration Question, as well as articles by well-known writers on Florida subjects.
The edition will be printed on fine book paper and will be typographically handsome. From present indications, the
paper will contain over 100 pages, the regular size of the RECORD (11x14).

CIRCULATION: The edition will have the largest and most varied circulation of any paper ever issued in
Florida, because: 1st, it will be issued through our regular channels; 2nd, it will be circulated by several of the rail-
road and steamship lines which do business in the State; 3rd, it will be advertised in many of the leading news-
papers and magazines of the North and West; 4th, it will be circulated by hundreds of leading business concerns who
are purchasing copies for distribution; 5th, several thousand copies will be sent to trade organizations throughout
the United States, and to leading newspapers with request for comment. A conservative estimate of the circulation is
50,000 copies.

SUCCESS ASSURED. The proposed edition has received the unqualified endorsement (as well as large sub-
scription orders) from the State Board of Trade, the Jacksonville Board of Trade, and several hundred leading busi-
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SWe are spending several thousand dollars on the enterprise. Our several representatives are now traveling
throughout the State gathering data. We most cordially invite all progressive citizens of Florida, who are interested
in the development of the State, to cooperate with us in the enterprise.


INDUSTRIAL RECORD PUBLISHING COMPANY.













"PorGonal,"


Suly 5, 1907,


Hon. S P., Bryan,
':on. ".' J, Tryan,

Jackoonville, Fla.

Dear Friends:

On June l0t, I reooivod a telegram of oongrtalation
from yon. neglected to anHwer, on the day that I roceivedtha e tele-

gran, 'or the reason that I was almost buried in work- being inter-

viewed every few moments, so I laid the telegran aside,* but .Itake this

opportunity` of thanking you .'or your verZ? kind nongratulatirons an

good vis.hes that I may live lon& and prosper.-: Py wa-of rtciprocatinC.

I wish you both good health, joy, honor and .noreasing wealthwith \

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Caryvi lle, Fla.,July 6,1 907


To His E :ce lency, .#,Broward:

My Dear Governor:

I kn.cw that you can not be a can-

didate for re-election, and I write this letter

as a personal one,

Will you kindly tell me the name

of the candidate you think will follow your admin-

istration, I want a man who has the nerve to

carry out the platform that rightfully belongs to

tF e Democratic party.

If you will name the party personal-

Ly, I will fight for him in West Florida.

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pre ent, but I want your vie'vs

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Sdear sir:

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I .-'. le Jlad to see you at any time this !ronth :. nay call.

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D ear Sir:

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'Yours very tAly,



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!'ear Fter:--

In reply to your letter of July 6th, will ay that I

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ho e that a trip to Hampton .pringc will be of g ean. benefit to

hi.r I expect to be in TJaoksonville on tho 16th or l1th, on

my way north. If I can ar'V- e to -cone earlier, I vwll let hir

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S Ti'h love from al11,

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_L. Belton,

SPuntervi.lle, .FIa.

S:'ear Sir:

In reply to your letter of July 5th, bog t6 thank you

Sfor your kind invitation to be yonr test during my stay in

Furintorvilbe, .-.nd to assure yon that I app reoiate the invitation

now, co,:ing .rom one who was, I Inderstand the first min in his

precinct to sut: -ort me, as it is an Indication that I have made

good, as you have had ariple opportunity to test the material of the

man you voted for, and it wvill aHfford me great pleasure to stop

.'ith you.

With kind regards,
Yours very truly,


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" Zr. J. D"'. Tn.rond,

Look ox !,2 Trenton, "?a.

Dear Sir:

In reply to you-.lottor of July 5th, In regard to

'. D. Holder's pension c.lain, tog to advise you that I have had the

natter taken up with the Pension Secretary, M.ias Jefferson Bell,

who has promised to attend to it at one.6.

With kind regards,

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GHAN'D RAPrDs. MIOH. JACKRONVIL., Fri.A.


Jacksonville, Fla., July 8, 1907.


Governor Broward,

Tallahassee, Pla.


Dear Sir:-

Your telegram of July 3rd, to the writer, was received here

Thursday morning, as follows:- Impossible to see you Friday. Letter will

explain." We have been anxiously awaiting the letter referred to. Will

you not be kind enough to let us hear from you at your earliest convenience,

and oblige.

Yours truly,

GRAND RAPIDS FURNITURE COMPANY.


B /y President.





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July a, 190'7


Mr. ". C. Hodges,


Dea.r "ir:

You left with me a memorandiiu to somire coiones of Tineo-
Union of A,.ril 4, 1906, :areh .?, 1906, Mfarch 29, 1906, A; ril 18,

1 06, and October 4, 1906, you taking with yon the pa- r of r NovNem-
ber 3, 1906,

I also sond y u copion of tho T!mos-Unnion of Srunday,
novemLer 4, 1906, with Broward written, uron the man in.the pict-
ure throwing rmtd shr thing the likeness between the mri thro.-ing-

nud and the one :.arked Drainage Foard. holding up school child.

For the ::amo pur..ose I send you Timnne-Union of October 11, with the
figure on it nnrke'd. rhainage Foard; also paper of '.e tectl er 12,

1906, with the figure e marked, -rou7rd. that ;on may see the likeness

boetwoon Ihho :icturoo.
I falo send you !:a;er of Ontober 19, showing a portion of

a cartoon marked Drainage ;joard, eRa..t'te "Aot 1- for the same

reason that I osnd the others.

I ask that you provide for the safe keeping of these pr.- rs
as they have been difficult to get,

I r:aso send you Tines-Union of Septemner 2,5, with figure

marked Drainage Board grinding an axe marked graft, that- you nay

see the reserblancoe between this ,Ai :turo and those marked Broward.
Yours truly,
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H-on. n. B3 Br award,

Tallahassee, 7la.

Dear Sir:-

I thank you for the information in yours of

June 26th. While I should have much appreciated having

an article over your signature carrying the weight of

your acquaintanceship with the situation, I am glad to

have the data you send and will endeavor to make use of

it in an early issue.

Very truly yours,

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THE NATIONAL PRISON ASSOCIATION


PRESIDENT
E. J. MURPHY. JOUET, ILL.
GENERAL SECRETARY
AMOS W. BUTLER, INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
FINANCIAL SECRETARY
JOSEPH P. BYERS. RANDALL'S ISLAND
NEW YORK CITY
TREASURER
FREDERICK H. MILLS, 97 WARREN ST.
NEW YORK CITY


OF THE UNITED STATES


Indianapolis, Ind., July 9,1907.








Sir,--

The problems of crine, criuiinal laws and the treat:,-int
of offenders are of the greatest importance to all our States.
Each co: io.ionealth is interested in the best understanding of these
questions and in seeking the best recognized methods of dealing
with them. There is no official meeting of those interested in
pdeal work. The National Prison Association, however, is a semi-
official body, composed largely of officials from the several
States. It affords an opportunity for considering the important
questions mentioned above.

Believing that a widened and increased interest in the
meetings of this Association on the part of every State will be
helpful, I have taken the liberty of writing you to draw your at-
tention to the inporthce of this matter to ask your interest and
to invite you to co-operate with the other Executives by sending
delegates front your State, representing the heads and boards of
penal and refor..atory institutions and others interested in the
treatment of crime and the best criminal laws, to the next meet-
ing of this Association, to be held at Chicago, Illinois, Septem-
ber 14-19, 1907.

Hoping this will be in harmony with your views and that
I may be favored with an early expression thereof, and at your
early convenience by a list with the post office addresses of
the delegates appointed, I am,


Very truly yours,


2~L~1ZWr


General Secretary.


The Honorable Napoleon B. Broward,


Governor of Plorida.


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Hon. "ilkindsn rFall,

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TI re2;e: to your lette' o" JuTly 8th, rJll ini' that I dc

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7.ith best wisBhes,

Yours very truly,






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July 8,1907

Gov. Napoleon Browand,

Ta&lahassee, 71.

Dear Governor:-

Please rite me if your house at tleoteTown, Tort George

is for rent or sale I would like torant it for the next two months

or longer with the privilege of purchasing it if for sale. Please

state without delay term on h idh it can be obtained.

Yours truly,



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In acknowledging re,.ei., t of yo-or f:esteemed favor off

july 6th, stating that you find several o'f Tronr neighbors desired
Se to .ru. again .'or the governorship, and that i'" did not, it
worldd split the party, will say- tIat it I.s with regy ret that I
..nform you that a -,overnor o.annot succeed himself, in this rtate,

unD.r our Cons itution, in other words, he must skip one election,
and although I regret that ey friends rmotnn, hav, thle~;sure of

snrporting me .o'or re-election to the gover.norship, I mast say that
on general pri.noiples0, I believe the constitutional, provision to
be good one, as I believe that under -it you get the beat service

out of the governor, r the reason that he will not, take any "
official action, with a viewt o -its being of political benefit to

himse-lf, whereas, if he counl succeed himself, it, would be hnina to
tan-:e into consideration the political advantage that he could see

in aprointnents, and in the perf ,.rIanne o of other Ipullic duties.
Thanking you lor :your kind expresi,.,oonae o confidence,

and asnuring you thnt I appreciate the sentiments expressed by you,

I Lee. to remain,
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PALMETTO SENIOR MGH SCHOOL,
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Most sincerely yours, 4


Gov. N. B. Broward, '. % I A '

Tallahassee, Florida. \

Dear Gov. Broward:

I am t s year Asking you to act with Mr. Cherry as

my bondsmen in the University. I enclose herewith the bond and pres.

Cherry's letter. -fn regard to the money concerning which I spoke to

you a day or so ago, Mr. S. S. Lamb let me have all that I need. Some

of the family at first seemed to object to our marriage; consequently,

I did not feel like saying anything to them in regard to the matter.

However, their later conduct has been the most pleasant that one could

imagine. It was not easy to recover frormthe surprise that their kind

treatment gave me. Thanking you in advance for your esteemed favor,




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T14E WA rEk AND ITST USES ENDORSED BYv
THE U S GOVERNMENT


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and Bath House


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HOT AND COLD WATER. STEAM HEAET HOT SPRINGS, ARK. July 13, 07.
AND TELEPHONE SERVICE IN EVERY ROOM



Hon. Napoleon B. Browatd,

Tallkhasseel Fla.

.~y near Governor,

According t~o your request I am notifying; you of

Tr& beinff in Hot oprin~rs. About the Tjnit-.d States Judgeship,

the more T think of it the more am T impressed with the conversation

1 1rou had with me in my Libraz-r or thie ?Tonday~ before T left Tallahaeaee,

it appeaLrs to me that there will "be such a mix-up

fo the vacant Judeeeship that with the infl,.nce which you so kindly

offer in mj behalf that T might be appointed without. mu--, difficulty

to this hie~h and honorable office. Especially so does it seem

probable the desired end could be reached by your seeing Mr. "Roose-

velt personally at Oyster Bay. The Governor of the State going

to the President Of The United States in behalf of a man whom he

is willinE to say lie believes would"look in the Book" for wha-t was

ri~-ht and would do the beat lie could So3 Help Fim God", would

wo a long way towari convinvinr a mnan of MIr. 'Roozevelt's opinioris

as to the adapti~ability of r r ctoididate.

T want to sa~r right her~e thai~t if you go to Oyster

Bay to talk with thle President you m ixiy let it be known tha~t I am

CaCndidate for this judgeship, for these reasons only;- first I

believe &.ntwUiPO~U beZ on the RFench whose heart is in accord


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THE WATER AND ITS USES ENDORSED Bv
THE U S GOVERNMENT


and Bath House


THE MAJESTIC HOTEL IS BUILT ON THE OLD AVENUE HOTEL PROPERTY
IT HAVING BEEN TORN DOWN COMPLETELY, FOUR*STORY
BUFF BIOK STRUCTURE PRACTICALLY FIRE-PROOF # 2 Hon. B. B.
ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS
ELEGANTLY EQUIPPED THROUGHOUT
WITH MOST MODERN APPOINTMENTS HOT SPRINGS, ARK.
HOT AND COLD WATER, STEAM HEAT N ARK.
AND TELEPHONE SERVICE IN EVERY ROOM

with what he deems to be the best interests of the entire people

of his district, second;- who will see that the corporations obey

the law to the letter and who will give them all the protection

the law writes for them in the Statute Books, third;- who will

know the people of his district and will be one of them in interest.

All of these things I am willing to do and be, but if I had to go

on that pench or any other and wear any man's @el6rJ would prefer

to remain at the ar.

In case you decide to go to Oyster Bay and wish to

carry those endorsements with you, which you spoke of, you can

get them at home by ringing up telephone number 200.

I especially call your attention fi these endorsements

to the fact that I am endorsed by practically the entire -ar of the

Eastern Division of the Northern District of Florida. The Tallahassee

Bar is headed by Ex- Chief Justice, George B. Rainey, and Senator

Fred T. tyers. There is one letter written by Chief Justice

Shackleford and T wish you would read that letter carefully. In it

he says"*y appointment would conduce to making the power jurisd-

iction and authority of the united States courts better understood

and better liked".

Do as you think is best in this entire matter and

keep me advised as you think occasion requires either by telegram






THE WATER AND ITS USES INDORSED BY
THE U. S. GOVERNMENT


S. and Bath House


THE MAJESTIC HOTEL IS BUILT ON THE OLD AVENUE HOTEL PROPERTY
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#3. Hon. H. B. B.



HOT SPRINGS, ARK.


Yours


I think I can get the endorsement of Mr. C. A. Griscon ,

President of the Iteamship Combine, and in whose Dining room the

plans were completed for the Tomination of McKinley, and of

Mr. Roosevelt for vice President. His winter home is north of

us a little way you know, and T have been his attorney in some

mattetat Tallahassee and received an unsolicited letter from him

last winter saying that if there was anything he could ever do for

me to call him up and he would square accounts.


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SJuly 2, 190?.


Capt. Montealm -lrpwart, .
Jacksonv'lle, Florida.

Dear Captain:
There oomes a intifor front Jacks.onville,-dated July l9gth,

v:..ioh reaches this office in the Covernor's ab.ence:e The letter is

written at your sugge:.tion b. a gentlean whose name I caRnot decipher

and r-efer to the barque Hi:'bna. I am, therefore, writing to -ou to

say t+- .t the Grovrnor is rt-..,y hn his nnu7aF.l vnaation, and ill not re-

turn until about the ..rst of AnuE:.ut, at h.ic)h time this le.tt r will

have his im: .ediate attef.-tion.
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Govenor N. B. Broward,

Tallahassee, Florida.

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EX. Lee Ehriam
606 !Test 11-th Street,
New York City,

Tear Sir:-

Replying to yours of J-ly 20th, the Governor wishes

Ee to thank 'ou I:r your Ikind invitation to ride with you in your

automobile when you come to Tallahaasee, and to.: a, that he gladly

a(.cepts

Y.. rs ver. truly,


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Governor State of Florida,
Tallahassee, fla.,


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Dear Sir:-
It is my intention to tour the entire United States in an
automobile commencing about Aug. 15th. My plans are to visit each
capital city by the most direct route. While this trip is purely
one of pleasure it is my intention to take advantage of the under-
taking by making same as interesting as possible. It idea in this
Sis solely from an enthusiast standpoint, for the benefit in the pro-
motion of autorobiling.
Other than the proposed long trip, it has occurred to me
that if I were to have the pleasure of the Governors of each state
to ride with me on my arrival in his city it would naturally cause
my tour to attract more attention and become more interesting. Ac-
oordingly I am prompted to write you these facts and invite you to
ride with me on my arrival in your city. Would you please advise me
if you would care to accept nor invitation as a matter of course
time and opportunity allowing.
You will of course understand that there is no schedule or
program for this trip, it being only a personal pleasure that I
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S your pleasure and convenience and the ride can be as short or as
long as you might desire.
I shall take the trip alone with my chauffeur other than
most likely some prominent automobilist in each city will accompany
me from his home city to the next.
This tour will be somewhat unique as no one has toured
S the States in this way. I should think it would be more or less
beneficial to most anyone in knowing of these accomplishments; ther-
for I hope it will have your support t tthe extent of my invitation,
2he above company with which I have been connected has
recently been dissolved. I simply write you this feeling that you
m ight possibly think this tour an advertising undertaking, but as
a above stated it is only a pleasure tour in the general interest of
automobile touring.
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Dear Sir:-
We enclose statement of your Ridpfihaccount. Kindly send
check for $5.00 for July. The entire balance is $54.20 If you
will pay all immediately we will allow you a discount of 10% for
cash. We make you this offer because we have some large obligations
to meet early in August and can therefore use the money to good
advantage.
Yours very truly,
FIFTH AVENUE LIBdS SVrGIETY/ ,




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