Photograph of letter addressed to Mr. Jim Webster of Rogers Aircraft Incorporated from Dudley M. Steele of Richfield Oil Company of California, Southern California, 1930. "All Communications Should Be Addressed To The Company, Richfield OIl Compnay of California, General Office: Righfield Building, 333 South Flower Street, All Quotations Subject to Change Without Notice, Los Angeles, December 23, 1929, Mr. JIm Webster, Rogers airposrt, 3901 Angeles Mesa Dr[ive], Los Angeles, California., Dear Jim: Just a wrod about the new c-4-A J-6-9-powered Strear-man on which we recently took delivery. It has never been the writer's pelasure to fly an airplane that handled as easily as the new Steerman Junior Spped-mail. It Flies hands-off for minutes at a time, responds quickly to the controls, lands with very little more speed that the C-30B (the J-5 Stearman) and climbs "like nobody's business"., A recent rip to Wciits was made in nine hours and foruty-five minuts flying time with the engine turning not to exceed 1700 at any time. The ship is usually stable in rought air and is not effected materially by bumps, having a sort of rollin motin thru them., The Richfield Oil Company and teh writer, who pilots the plane, are more that pleased with the performace of this ship and feel taht you have one of the finest aiplanes built today., Very truly yours, Sales Division, Dudley M. Steele Department of Aviation"-- on letter.