Anderson, G. E.
Autograph Letter Signed, Richmond, December 31, 1925 to C. W. King, Secretary Con. Brick Manufacturing Assoc., Hartford, Connecticut

quarto, two pages, on the letterhead of Anderson's Employment Service, of Richmond. Old  folds, some splitting along folds, else good. The letterhead states of Anderson's agency: "An Employment Agency in a Class of its Own, reliable and Responsible Oldest and Largest Shippers - Skilled and Unskilled Labor South - For White and Colored Men and Women."

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Anderson writes:

    "My dear Sir,

               Yours 29th inst rec'd to day - Replying to have to say that I havn't any more circulars - only secured three - Sent Messrs Tuttle - Stiles and Clark - one each. The Negro preacher is seen to be active - guess he is trying to make a show for what he is getting His work won't amount to pinch salt. My friends will get all the men they want and a few more - My advice to this Negro - was - go back - tell the colored men with draw from the Union as it wasn't going to amount to a thing. That the Italian wasn't their friend and that they were only being used for a purpose & whether accomplished or not - Mr. Nigger would be left in the Cold - Your members need not worry - If they can hold enough experienced men to learn others - they need not fear. If I can in any way be of assistance to your association & those connected I want you to call on me ..."