Letter Congratulating Arthur S. Draper on His 25th Anniversary as a Journalist.
[Released June 21, 1930. Dated June 20, 1930]
My dear Mr. Draper:
I am glad to learn that you are completing the twenty-fifth year of your distinguished service with the New York Tribune and the New York Herald Tribune, and I congratulate you most cordially upon this anniversary. The success of your career is a signal evidence of the value of character and high ideals in journalism. I wish you long life and happiness.
[Mr. Arthur Stimson Draper, New York Herald Tribune, New York City]
Note: The letter was read at a dinner in the Vanderbilt Hotel given by the editorial staff and other departments of the New York Herald Tribune.
Herbert Hoover, Letter Congratulating Arthur S. Draper on His 25th Anniversary as a Journalist. Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/210794