April 5, 1930 – note at bottom of letter to Saunders

Added at bottom:

J.S. Cawley:

Dear Jim:

You see, we are making progress. Anything you can do at this critical time will be most appreciated. Turn loose everything you can, and as hard as you can.

Sincerely yours,



Senator Thomas C. Brown’s bill for appropriating two hundred thousand dollars for the acquisition of Black Mountain and Paradise Bay lands. Apperson says, “Turn loose everything you can, as hard as you can.”