Relander worked for many years as a City Editor for the Yakima Herald-Republic, which was owned and operated by the Republic Publishing Company. He also worked for newspapers in California, before moving to Yakima.
Collection of news releases sent by teletype, including one sent by Relander. Topics include the Yakima Indian Nation, fishery rights, Hanford, Hungry Horse Dam, The Dalles Dam, the 100th birthday of Chief Tommy Thompson, and more.
List of questions are education related. Some of the questions include, "What subjects do you plan to eliminate or to reduce," and "What is the relationship of John Snider to the board?" as well as, "Do you plan to continue cooperation with Dr. Von Pein and his Staff?" and others.
Of course, the white man had to get the Indian's land some way. In recent years he tried neglect, poverty, disease, poor education and economic stagnation. The Indian barely survived, but only because he is from hardy stock. So the white man's only recourse was to wash his hands of all responsibility for the Indian -- and then, having kept him uneducated and unable to cope with the ways of the outside world, get his lands at ridiculous prices."