Sinclair writes to Markham of his intentions to start an Intercollegiate Socialist Society to stimulate interest in Socialism among college men. He requests Markham to participate and lists the other men he is hoping to enlist in this cause.
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 thanking him for his generous monetary donation as well as praising Markham's poems and books. Carr writes about the use of Markham's work in the magazine and brings up possible deals with the publishers of Markham's books.
The Christian Socialist writes to Markham about the Hamilton issue and the Hill issue and their distribution to various preachers. The publication would like to increase its distribution and asks Markham for any help he can provide.
Markham, Edwin, 1852-1940. The man with the hoe, and other poems
A request from the Christian Socialist for a copy of Markham's books to be sent to someone, with the money enclosed. Markham is also asked about a previous request for his book which has not been fulfilled.
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...
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.