Prof. Edwin Markham
Permit me to thank you from the depths of a grateful heart for the brave and awe-inspiring sentiments contained in your poem, “The Man With the Hoe.” It is like nothing else that has even been...
Westfield, New Jersey
August 15th, 1912.
To Subscribers and Friends of
The Free Comrade.
With its May issue The Free Comrade goes out of existence, and its editors transfer their monthly articles to the pages of The International, a magazine edited...
April 30, 1919
Dear Mr. Atkins:-
I shall be happy to send you something for the Whitman Celebration. Do you want a poem of twenty or thirty lines or just a message of so many words? And how soon must you have it?...
1501 S. Grand Ave
Los Angeles California,
March, 10, 1916
To My Dear Comrade Who Knows All Things:
I am so happy, happier than I have ever been in all my life, to think that my message is to reach the people; and that you are to write the...
Dear Comrade Markham,
I am trying to take advantage of your regretted absence at our “meeting”, which lacked only your crowning presence, by working daily on new sonnets, so that, with many more delays, you will find a...
May 14 1913
Dear Mrs. Markham:
Bless your hearts for promptly reassuring me as to Tiger! Your letter came when I was still wondering whether my friends and readers would understand my writing and printing it. As far as I have heard, the attacks...
241 Tremont(?) St., Boston
Dear Sir and Brother,
You will see by the Dawn that my mission work this winter is proving very successful. I am accomplishing, I think, a large amount of good, and am grateful to those who helped me in this...
The Poets’ Garden
Beloved “Edwin of the Song”
Hail! on this my happiest Thanksgiving. My heart overflows with gratitude for the great gifts you have given. I shall try always to be worthy and to carry on for...
160 Joralemon St.
Jan’y 13, 1900
Mr. Edwin Markham
545 3rd St., Brooklyn
My Dear Mr. Markham:
I have just written Dr. Herron telling him of your consent to speak - and perhaps read something from your writings – on the evening of the...
June 1, 1895
Prof. C. E. Markham,
Dimond, Alameda Co. Cal.
My dear Friend Markham:-
I write to ask you for a service—not for myself as an individual, but only for myself as a witness for a divine order of things than that in which we live. I find...
Air warfare;Bombardment;Politicians;Longshoremen;Longshoremen's unions;Flags;War casualties;Nobel prizes;
Bill writes to Marjorie telling her that his plans to leave Spain have changed since losing his passport in an air raid. The train carrying documents and books was hit by a bomb so the soldiers must submit new applications to Washington. He...