James Tarwater Wright letter to C.K. Hill, October 21, 1925
Mr. Wright has signed his application to the Society of the Cincinnati and sends it to Mr. Hill for submittal. Mr. Wright thanks Mr. Hill for all his efforts.
Mr. Wright also sends Mr. Hill a check to cover the railroad ticket which Mr. Hill had obtained for Mr. Wright's friend.
--G. Anne Sloan
POLK TARWATER, PRESIDENT ROCKWOOD MILLS JAS. A. HUFF, SEC’Y. & GEN. MGR. ROCKWOOD, TENN. ROCKWOOD, TENN. G. ANDTREWS, VICE-PRESIDENT (engraving of JAMES A. ERVIN, TREASURER CHATTANOOGA, TENN. mill) ROCKWOOD, TENN. MILLS AT MANUFACTURERS OF NEW YORK OFFICE: ROCKWOOD, TENN. CHILDREN’S FINE GRADE J.P. VOORHEES, SELLING AGENT HOSIERY 92 FRANKLING STREET ROCKWOOD, TENN. Oct. 21st. 1925. Dear “Captain”— Am enclosing the papers duly signed and you of course know how very, very deeply I thank you and how really sincere I am in the appreciation of this honor that is mine alone thru your efforts and knowledge. There is no mention of the “filthy luker” so imagine I remain quiet at the present. You will have to coach me in this. I appreciate your getting the ticket for John and am enclosing check for $9.17. With very best regards to Aunt Margaret and yourself, I am Most cordially, Jim ================================================== Transcription copyright © RoaneTNHistory.org 2005. All rights reserved. Archivist: Transcription and scan by G. Anne Sloan