Bynner writes to Atkins telling him he will send a poem for the Whitman Centennial Celebration. He also writes of how he will celebrate Whitman's work with his students. Bynner asks Atkins to copy this letter and send it to Burroughs, Markham,...
Le Prade praises Markham for his work. She writes of various events in the Poet's Garden and looks forward to Markham's visit in January. She also writes of her hope that Markham move back to California and suggests a course on the poetry of...
Abbott writes to all subscribers to "The Free Comrade" telling of its end and the transfer over to "The International". He outlines the goals and objectives of "The International," edited by Viereck, Herts, and LeGallienne
Promotional Materials; Correspondence; Democratic Party (Kings County, N.Y.); McLeer, Col. James Crooke; DeBevoise, Charles I.
Letter written by DeBevoise telling voters he served with Colonel James Crooke McLeer during the Spanish-American War and found him "clean, straightforward and humane … and, as a practising lawyer, splendidly qualified and equipped for office."
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Illustration of an interior of a restaurant in which man in rough clothing is eating a turkey leg and telling a waiter who brings a tray of food,"Lay on Macduff. A sign in the background reads Macduffs Free Lunch Every Day.