Woodrow Wilson to Albert Shaw
You may be sure I greatly enjoyed our talk the other day. It is a long time since we had one.
I am sincerely glad to have your views, for you may be sure they carry a great deal of weight with me, and no excuse was needed for the length of your letter. It was not too long.
I am very much interested in what you tell me about the edition of messages of the Presidents and am very much complimented by the care you are taking to make a fair representation of my own utterances. I shall look forward with a great deal of interest to seeing the volumes.
Cordially and sincerely yours,
Dr. Albert Shaw,
Review of Reviews,
New York City.