Moyer writes a letter praising Ward for his role as General Secretary in the Christian Socialist Fellowship and expressing regret that Ward must give up his role. Moyer writes of his belief that Carr would be the best candidate to take over the...
Carr writes to Markham inquiring about using a letter Markham wrote about the proposed constitution for the Fellowship at a conference which he hopes Markham will attend. Carr discusses membership in the Christian Socialist Fellowship.
Carr writes to Markham requesting his attendance at the Christian Socialist Fellowship Conference in Buffalo, New York. Carr would like Markham to speak at the conference and cannot offer payment but speaks of the good it will do for the cause if...
Meserole thanks Markham for a letter and also for sending a notice on Markham's "Talks on Poetry." Meserole also thanks Markham for sending the names of people who may be interested in joining the Fellowship.
Tappan writes to Mrs. Markham expressing disappointment that the Markhams will not be able to attend the Christian Socialist Fellowship conference. Tappan offers to read Markham's labor poems at the conference.
Man sends Markham payment for the Christian Socialist Fellowship expenses. He also writes about hopes to keep the New York City Center up and running, even though members are involved in other socialist organizations.
Abbott thanks Markham for a letter and poems, including those inscribed for Rev. Leon Rosser Land, leader of the Bronx Free Fellowship. Abbott also writes of the death of his wife, which was a release from her affliction [multiple sclerosis].
Carr informs Markham that Moyer has been elected the new treasurer and expresses regret that Markham could not attend that conference. Carr also requests that any records Markham has be forwarded to Moyer. Carr also requests a copy of Markham's...
Socialism, Christian -- United States -- Meetings.
Abbott references articles about Markham in the "Journal" and the "Herald Tribune", commends Markham's address at the funeral of Daniel Murphy, and expresses regret at missing a Socialist meeting due to a prior engagement.
A notice that Rev. William A. Ward resigned as General Secretary and was replaced by Rev. William A. Prosser. Greatbatch writes asking all secretaries of the Fellowship to send lists of their members so that a complete roster may be compiled.