From: [email protected] (Martin Ottmann)
Subject: Hubbard letter from September 4th, 1955
Date: 1 Feb 2003 07:40:45 -0800
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
[Posted becuase of the letterhead:]
L. RON HUBBARD, D.D., PH.D.
Box 242 Silver Spring, Md. Sept. 4, 1955
Under separate cover I am airmailing an ms [sic] to you. Its letter explains it.
On Dianetics, Evolution of a Science, please ship at once by fast means about 200. Ship the balance by cheap transport. Glad it finally came to light. We can sure use it here in the East.
We are out of Phoenix - too slow, too hot. We now have three buildings in Washington DC and everything is going fine.
I sure hope you can do work for us. We have been averaging about $1,000 a month for printing. I have three new books coming up soon.
The job I am sending you is a hope that you really mean it on speed and production because we sure could use it.
Glad to hear you and Mrs. Manney are well and in there pitching.
Mrs. Hubbard sends her best.