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.
Bynner writes to Markham about sending a package as well as a few copies of Markham's writings. Bynner also writes about the possibility of creating a book of "The Poetry of Jesus", and encloses a check for Markham.
Tappan thanks Markham for visiting Baltimore and invites Markham to visit again. He requests a handwritten copy of "The Man With The Hoe" and other poems so he can have them framed and hung at his school.
The main plant of R. Hoe & Co., Inc., known for its rotary printing equipment, presses and saws, located on the East River at 138th St. The company took over the site in the 1920s, with buildings from an ice box company. Hoe added buildings and...
Interior view showing the Hoe Color convertible rotary newspaper printing press unit being prepared for shipping intact. The company was ahead of its times in producing color newspaper printing and went bankrupt in 1973.
The work of the world's largest printing equipment manufacturer is described. R. Hoe & Co. converted its plant during World War II to create ordnance material under contract to the U.S. Army. In-- Bronxboro, Vol. XXV, No. 10-11, pp. 11-12.