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Letter of recommendation for Paul W. Derrickson, 31 August 1910

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[illustration: The Times Tower] Actual Net Paid Sales More Than One and One Half Millions a Week The New York Times "All the News That's to Print" Times Square, New York August 31, 1910. [illustration: Times Annex] Advertising Department To Whom It May Concern: This is to certify that Mr. Paul Derrickson has been in the employ of THE NEW YORK TIMES for a period of four months, during which time he has always proved himself honest, faithful, and of unlimited ability. The TIMES regrets that it must lose the services of so valuable an employee and takes great pleasure in recommending him without hesitation to anyone requiring his services. Yours very truly, THE NEW YORK TIMES C. Albert Walckey Manager Want Advertising Department CAW/W The net paid daily City sale of the New York Times exceeds the combined net paid daily city sales of at least five of the other seven New York morning newspapers.