Letters & Publications

On this page, you will find the letters, correspondence, and publications found within the Apperson Archives. Use the search box below to browse through the articles included in the Letters & Publications category, or scroll down the page to see the most recent additions to Letters & Publications.

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October 7, 1933 – Ted Dreier to his mother

October 7, 1933 – Ted Dreier (Black Mountain College) Dearest mother: Well our college year is two weeks old and some things look very good and others rather bad, but on the whole I feel we that we have a splendid chance to do something worthwhile. We have a splendid group of students to start… Read more »

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October 26, 1936 – Thomas Malone to JSA

October 26, 1936 – Thomas Malone to JSA – Mr. Apperson: The enclosed mailing is going out to forty-nine groups today, with twenty eight more being sent up in receipt of addresses from Torrey, or some groups of which I haven’t the addresses. What do you think of W. W. Cady as New York contact… Read more »

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December 7, 1936 – David Rushmore to JSA

December 7, 1936 – David Rushmore (University Club – NYC) to JSA – Dear Mr. Apperson: I am very glad to comply with your request for a brief memorandum about your engineering work when I was chief of the Power and Mining Engineering Department of the General Electric Company. I remember very well the important… Read more »

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October 27, 1936 – JSA to J. W. Van de Water

October 27, 1936 – JSA to J. W. Van de Water (Hastings on Hudson) – Dear Jack: I suggest that you discuss the attached with your New York group and if they agree and a reasonable number of them will attend the proposed meeting, that you send this letter or a modification of it out… Read more »

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December 11, 1936 – Newspaper – Rochester

December 11, 1936 – Newspaper in Rochester (?) – “Clubs Plan Drive to Keep Woodland: More than 60 delegates representing conservation clubs in the Rochester District met in the Genesee Conservation League clubhouse, Buffalo Road, last night to discuss proposed legislation affecting the New York Conservation Department. The meeting was called by Arthur A. Davis,… Read more »

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October 29, 1936 – JSA to Thomas F. Malone

  October 29, 1936 – JSA to Thomas F. Malone (69 Sixth Ave. Troy, NY) – My dear Mr. Malone: The statement sent with your letter of the 28th is excellent and should develop some results. The Hicks group, as you know, are meeting December 5. It seems quite desirable that we recognize them as… Read more »

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December 15, 1936 – Thomas F. Malone to JSA

December 15, 1936 – Thomas F. Malone (Troy, New York) to JSA – Dear Mr. Apperson, Your letter to Robert Marshall, copy enclosed, seems to contain some excellent ideas, but the method of approach certainly is a tremendous problem. Would it not be possible to sound out the various members of the Board of Governors… Read more »

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October 1936 – Bulletin – Adirondack Mountain Club

October, 1936 Bulletin – Adirondack Mountain Club: The Conference on Skiing in New York State on December 5, 1936, as announced above, marks an important milestone in the career of the Adirondack Mountain Club. Skiing is looming large on the horizon in the whole territory of the United States that lies in the winter snow… Read more »

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