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.
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.
Lemon thanks Markham for reading his play and asks permission to use his quotes for publicity. Lemon also writes a great deal about freedom of expression in the United States as compared to other countries and other time periods in history.
Woljeska writes to Markham informing him that his poem was published in "The International" along with his portrait. Woljeska writes asking Markham's approval of the issue as they have not heard from him about it.
Barnard sends Markham a copy of Oklahoma's New Constitution for his comments regarding child labor, education, and other labor issues. Barnard also discusses her upcoming attendance at the National Association of Charities and Corrections...
Postal data: posted, postmarked [striped postmark embedded with (RONDOUT STATION)] (Kingston N.Y., Sep 30, 10 AM, 1909), ; Postcard type: divided back; (This Space For Writing Messages; This side for the Address only); Logo (Post Card) printed in...