late." And as I am in the eleventh year of the B. &
L. mortgage I do not want to have it foreclosed. Also our coal-bin is almost empty and our
dues in the James
Bradley B & L will soon be due.
Could I get a position, even if only $25.00 weekly,
things would not be so bad, but a bookkeeper over 25 years seems unable to get located,
and I am 36 years old.
Please do not think I feel you are responsible in any way for the condition of the
Co., and when they reopen I shall be back again. But, as you are so prominent
and one of the chief directors of the bank, I thought probably you can
advise what prospect there is of getting a small
2Greenfield's secretary sent a response on January 7, 1931. Greenfield and/or his secretary typically sent generic
replies to Bankers Trust Company depositors who contacted him, explaining that he had no
way to help.
Thanking you for any attention you may give, I am,