August 20, 1937
Dr. C. M. Pierce
State Health Commissioner
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
My Dear Doctor,
Mr. Gene McGill of Alva has an application filed with you for a position in your department. I believe that it has to do with some sort of technical work. You will recall that I talked to you about it at one time and you advised me that you thought you could take care of him after the first of July. he was in my office the other day and wants to go to work pretty bad.
You understand, Doctor, that I have refrained from bothering you on matters of this kind, and if you will check the records you will find that I have no patronage whatsoever in your office.
I am quite sure you would find Mr. McGill highly efficient and would reflect credit to your already splendid organization. Consequently, I unhesitatingly recommend and urge the appointment of this young man.Sincerely yours,
COPY TO: Mrs. Constance McGill
[Chas. Albright was Senator of Dist. No. 3 from Alva.]