The Maxwells of Montreal Vol II, Violette Nakhjavani, p220
But, as you rightly state, there is great need for suitable literature on the Cause that would appeal to the great public outside, & particularly to the modern youth.
In this connection the Guardian feels he must express his deep gratification & also his grateful thanks & appreciation to you for your efforts for the preparation of an introductory book on the Cause in German . . .
Dear & valued co-worker:
I am delighted with your accomplishments. My heart is filled with hope & gratitude. I have sent you a cable of appreciation which I trust you have received. Your recent services will never be forgotten. Rest assured & be happy.
Your true brother,
1936-05-01 To Mary Maxwell re suitable literature for Cause