William F. Bade
The IndependentFOUNDED IN 1848180 FULTON STREETNEW YORKEDITORIAL ROOMSTelephone 3928 CORTLANDTCable Address INDEFULT NEW YORKNew York. May 7th, 1908.Professor William Frederic Bade,Pacific Theological Seminary,Berkeley, California.My Dear Professor Bade:-I thank you for your letter of the 30th. I have just made arrangements with Mr.James B. Reynolds for him to us some Canal Zone articles, but still that does not hinder me from taking some from you. But I oould not order the articles, I would have to wait until I see them.There is no aspect of the work that I would want in particular, but as long as you are going to write articles anyway, I would like to have you submit a few of them to us.I enclose herewith the clippings you sent me about "The Hetch-Hetchy Valley". I have sent your article to the printer, and if everything goes well it will appear in next week's issue of THE INDEPENDENT.Very truly yours,[illegible]Managing Editor.03420
1908 May 7
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