Letters from the President, Woodrow Wilson — to the Secretary of Labor, W.B. Wilson


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June 4, 1918

My dear Mr. Secretary:

Governor Harrington came to see me yesterday and requested a letter from me like the enclosed. I dare say you are much more familiar than I am with the working of the Maryland compulsory work law and I don't like to send this letter without seeking your approval of it. If you approve it, will you not be kind enough to have it posted at once without being returned to me? If, on the other hand, you think t ought to be altered or added to in any way, I would be very much obliged to you for suggestions.

Cordially and sincerely yours,

Woodrow Wilson