Grierson writes to Markham about an array of topics including various social issues and the financial independence of writers and poets and how it restrains them from criticizing certain men and writing about certain topics.
Chapter V. At Tappan - Death; One footnote; A single embossed button is on the left hand side of the page, with the lettering "USA". On the right hand side of the page there is a layout of the Mabie Tavern as in 1780.
Cigarettes; Military maneuvers; Military mobilizations; Military camps; Photographs;
Bill describes his joy at receiving one of Marjorie's letters, aside from getting cigarettes. He wants to meet her when he gets home and will picket her house if she doesn't send him a photograph soon. He says that he is waiting to take a shower...
Military life; Consulates; Military training; Military camps;
Jim writes to his mother that he spent four days in Barcelona and can see that there is no chance of him getting into an artillery unit. He says the International Brigade is very disorganized, as they have just moved north, from Albacete. He...
Art, American--20th Century--Sales; Whitney Studio Club--Paperwork (Office practice);
Sales record for commission on sales due to F. Van Vleet Tompkins dated May 1, 1929. Includes handwritten notations regarding payment. Includes sales for Dorothy Varian, Pamela Bianco, Hopper, Glenn Coleman, and Campbell.
Exhibition checklist of paintings by Dorothy Varian. Held at the Whitney Studio Galleries, February 11-March 2, 1929. Includes announcement card for the same exhibition. Title from cover. Information written in pencil on [page 3].