Letters from the President, Woodrow Wilson to the Secretary of Labor, W.B. Wilson
August 9, 1916
My dear Mr. Secretary:
I am warmly obliged to you for your letter of October sixteenth and am sorry that I have not had an opportunity to acknowledge it sooner. Certainly the information it brings is delightfully encouraging and it so accurately corresponds with that I have learned from other sources that I cannot help believing that your conclusions are very near the truth indeed. I hope with all my heart that they are, for I think that the election of Mr. Hughes with the motley crowd that is behind him would be a national calamity.
With warmest regard,
Cordially and sincerely yours,