I have not been a reader of The Bulletin for any great length of time. However, I must say that since I have been getting your paper I have found that I am in constant touch with what is happening in the world affairs as it concerns the Jewish people. You should be commended for the fine work that you are doing.
May I make a suggestion or two that might prove of some value. One is that you should run a special column devoted to affairs of Jewish students in collegiate and scholastic circles here in New York City.
N. Y. U. Heights, 1936.
Oct. 29, 1934.