- February 17, 1921 – JSA to Ralph L. Goetz –
I was glad to get your letter of the 14th and learn that you still have a human feeling for out-of-doors, particularly in the direction of Lake George. It will not be necessary for you to bring your sail and I can also furnish you skis. I suggest that you come with your usual good disposition and arrange to get here in order to leave with us on the 1:20 train Saturday. My estate will be filled up with friends and I am therefore headed for the shack on Tongue Mountain with two or three other men and we would be only too glad to have you join us. The weather promises to be fine.
Hoping to see you and with best regards, I remain…