- February 26, 1930 – JSA to Mrs. Margaret White Weld –
Dear Mrs. Weld:
Rather than burden you with a letter, it might be easier for you to read the attached letters written to others, returning them to me when you are finished.
In my opinion, this innocent looking reforestation movement, originally applying entirely outside, and so quickly entering just the vestibule, as it were, will very logically go further in the near future, to the very innermost of the Adirondacks, and is the most serious and difficult movement to defeat since the hard fight we had during the Constitutional Convention of 1915. Much publicity and much thought on the right side will be required.
Hoping you may find it convenient to interest some of your friends to help keep their organizations on the right side of this question, I am,