Letter from Ben S. Allen [Benjamin Shannon Allen] to William J. Maloney regarding his decision not to use Roger Casement's 'Black Diaries' when they were presented to him for publishing,
1932 October 29.
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|Main Creator:||Allen, Benjamin Shannon, 1883-1963|
In this letter Benjamin Shannon Allen also defends the Associated Press saying "I do not believe that it could be accused of deliberately wrecking any person's character or of publishing any report which did not have completely authentic foundation and in which and honest endeavor has not been made to ascertain all of the facts".
Typed on headed paper: "State of California / Department of Agriculture / San Francisco Branch / Agriculture Building / Embarcadero an Mission Street". Miscellaneous notes inscribed on the back of page 2.
Physical description: 1 item (3 pages).