March 12, 1930 – JSA to J. W. Young (Science Service – Washington, DC) –
I was glad indeed to receive your recent letter and learn that you still have a craving for healthy things out of doors. I have written to the Appalachian Club to learn whom you should contact with in Washington and when I hear from them I will be very happy to write you again.
I am in the midst of several intensified activities including my effort to give permanent protection to the Paradise Bay land and Black Mountain section of Lake George, and should I think of anything you might do to help, I certainly will avail myself of your kind offer.
With best regards and wishing you success with your work, I remain Cordially yours,