- January 25, 1929 – JSA to Fred Smith (Lake George) –
Dear Mr. Smith:
Can you give me the address of Mr. Anderson who has a camp on Tongue Mountain? If I remember correctly, he is interested in a varnish works in Brooklyn. If you cannot conveniently give me his address perhaps you can give me his initials. I am enclosing a stamped envelope for your convenience.
I had a very pleasant visit with the boys as they went through to the motor boat show, and I hope that sometime you will come down and spend a few days with me. It is snowing very hard now and since it comes from the east it promises to be good skiing tomorrow.