- April 28, 1930 – J. A. Cope. Extension Forester (Ithaca) to JSA –
Dear Mr. Apperson:
I find that I only have a few hours in the office before going out in the field again for an extended trip. I am sure that we have around the office somewhere some copies of Mr. Churchill’s article on girdling hardwoods in the Adirondacks, but rather than delay a week too find it I am sending you herewith my personal copy of the Journal of Forestry, January 1929, containing the above article.
I ask you to kindly return the Journal when you have finished reading it as I naturally want to keep my files of the magazine complete.
I am also enclosing a little news bulletin which I get out from time to time which I thought might interest you.
Very truly yours,
- A. Cope, Extension Forester