10,000 TAMPA AVENUE
September 8, 1950
I will not come to New York this year, so I won’t be able to meet the backers of the magazine.
However, I know a man here who is a representative of one of the backers and a member of the magazine’s board of directors. His name is Herbert Cornuelle. If you and John Chamberlain want me to discuss with him some particular matter about the magazine, I will be glad to do it. Cornuelle seems to be very clear in his philosophical ideas and I believe that he could be of practical help to the magazine. But will you please tell me only those facts which you feel are not confidential and on which you are willing to be quoted. I cannot in good faith approach a man with advice and refuse to reveal my source of information.