HELD OFFICE UNDE11 TWO PRESIDENTS.
PRESIDIENT" WOODROW WIISON
With pleasure, General Smith's thousands of graduates of different
political affiliations have referred to him, their friend and preceptor, as
having held, with enviable record, ani honored position under President
Ilaft, and President Wilson, as Well as under different Governors hereto-
fore referred to.
Su1vIRicr AP.PRxECIAT En By Two POSTMASTER-GENERALS.
Former Postmaster-General Frank H. Hitchcock wrote Postmaster
Smith, thanking him for interest and helpful suggestionis in post cffiee
Postmaster-General Albert S. Burleson, replying to a felicitous letter
from General Smith, in taking up his port folio, wrote as follows which
raakes an appropriate closing for this chapter:
T HE POSTTMASTER-GENNERAL
Washington, D. C.
March 13, 1913.
lion. Wilbur R. Smith,
I assure you I appreciate your good wishes. I can appreciate the
satisfaction that -must be yours in having educated so many young men
of our country for their life's work.
With kind regards,
A. S. BURLESON.