Letter from Lea Booth to Clarence J. Brown, April 7, 1948 (correspondence)
This item contains 1 PDF file. Booth writes as Director of Public Relations at W&L to Clarence J. Brown, a member of the U. S. House of Representatives from Ohio seeking a copy of Brown's keynote address to be delivered at the 1948 Mock Convention. Booth hopes to print copies of the speech which will be furnished to newspapers and press associations. Booth says, "Indications now are that press coverage of the mock convention will be the heaviest in the event's forty-year history."