In the first letter, written January 10, 1934, Worthington explains that he would like to get work with the Civil Works Administration: "I am seventy years old, but my heath [sic] is good and I am willing to do any thing I can....I want to work as...
In a letter written February 23, 1934, Eva Comer Riding asks Hopkins for more funds from the Civil Works Administration, in order to complete the substantial work that has already been done at the school. Riding, daughter of former Governor Braxton...
In the message Hopkins gives details about civil works projects that are to be discontinued or reduced. He provides a few guidelines for cutting employees: "To accomplish necessary reductions you should lay off those needing work least...leaving no...
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