Letter from [Max] Lincoln Schuster [co-founder and Chairman of Simon and Schuster, publishers] (The Inner Sanctum of Simon and Schuster, 1230 Sixth Avenue, Rockefeller Center, New York City [United States]) to WSC on publication of his war memoirs. Schuster states that because of his companyÂs experience in book promotion and distribution, they would be able to match any offers for the American book rights. He adds that their association with Marshall Field [President and Director of Field Enterprises Incorporated], the Chicago Sun and their affiliated newspapers would also make them an ideal choice for combined book and newspaper rights, or for world rights. Schuster cites non-fiction works such as ÂMission to MoscowÂ, ÂTen Years in JapanÂ and ÂOne WorldÂ, as proof of their success in the last twenty years, and states that Simon and Schuster could obtain the largest distribution, best return and most effective publication for WSCÂs work, and match or exceed any other genuine offer. He also suggests other forms of benefit for WSC, such as a trust fund or share of the profits, and describes the extent of Simon and SchusterÂs distribution, particularly in conjunction with the Marshall Field group. Signed typescript.