|Description||Letter written to E. B. Gaston from Robert H. Cowdrey of Chicago, Illinois, continuing his correspondence reagarding the proposed colony. In this letter, Cowdrey wishes Gaston well, states the plan "does not appeal to his sympathy" and does not think it will be successful. Cowdrey thinks it is too "restrictive."|
Gaston, Ernest Berry (1861-1937)
Cowdrey, Robert. H.
Proposed Colony in Louisiana
National Cooperative Company