HAL ROACH, HENRY GINSBERG AND STAN LAUREL’S HOME ADDRESS - 1933
TELECHRON MINITMASTER AND AUTOALARM CLOCKS - 1933
HAL ROACH STUDIOS LETTERHEAD - Culver City, CA - TYPEWRITTEN
August 24, 1933
Mr. Guy Cooper
Warren Telechron Co.
1008 West 6th St.
Los Angeles, California
Dear Mr. Cooper:
Attached is the photographs of Laurel and Hardy that you requested me to photograph with your new Telechron Clock, I trust that they meet with your approval. Following are the addresses to which the clocks are to be sent:
Mr. Oliver Hardy - Model No. 7B01 "Autoalarm" - Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Beverly Hills, Calif.
Mr. Stan Laurel - Model No. 8B01 "Minitmaster" - 718 N. Bedford Drive, Beverly Hills, Calif.
Mr. Hal Roach - Model No. 8B01 "Minitmaster" - 22 Berkeley Square, Los Angeles, Calif.
Mr. Henry Ginsberg - Model No. 8B01 "Minitmaster" - 525 Canon Drive, Beverly Hills, Calif.
Sam W. B. Cohn - Model No. 8B01 "Minitmaster" - 6527 Fountain Ave., Hollywood, Calif.
Sam W. B. Cohn
WARREN TELECHRON COMPANY
August 23, 1933
Hal Roach Studios, Inc
Culver City, California
Attention: Sam H.B. Cohn,
On my return to the city, I find your letter of the Seventeenth. Since all of these clocks will be shipped by parcel post direct from our factory at Ashland, Massachusetts, it will be necessary for you to furnish this office with a correct name and address of each party who will receive a clock.
We will kindly ask that you forward the photographs together with this list of names at the address shown on the above letter-head, and the writer will then instruct the factory at Ashland, Massachusetts to make immediate shipment by prepaid parcel post of the clocks required.
Remember, it is necessary to have the exact address of each user for the reason that here in the Los angeles district there are two frequencies generated by three different power companies, and unless we have the correct address where the clock will be used, we can not guarantee accuracy of the clock.
Hoping to hear from you by return mail, I am
Yours very truly,