1924 Jul 31 - H E Irish - Santa Cruz Evening News - London Trip
H.E. William T. Jeter, president of the Santa Cruz County bank, today received received a letter from H. E. Irish, who with Bruce Sharpe left Santa Cruz to attend the banking division of the Advertising Clubs of the World's London convention. Mr. Irish said he and Mr. Sharpe were very glad to have a visit on the evening of July 1 with F. H. Davis, manager of the Santa Cruz Portland Cement plant at Davenport, who with Mrs. Davis has been touring Europe. Mr. Irish said he and Mr. Sharpe have had a very pleasant time in London, the courtesies extended to them having simply overwhelmed them. Free passes on an uaius, ous ana tune lines, admission to the Empire exhibition exhibition and concessions, balls and parties all these are extended to the visitors. They were to leave the next day for a trip to England and Scotland; then they will return to London, to prepare for a trip to the Continent. "London is surely a wonderful city," said Mr. Irish, "but we are still strong for America."