Letter, 1922 May 24, New York, to [J.B.] Barnhill [n.p.].

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Holmes, John Haynes, 1879-1964. Letter, 1922 May 24, New York, to [J.B.] Barnhill [n.p.].

Letter, 1922 May 24, New York, to [J.B.] Barnhill [n.p.].

Cannot consider a debate as he is going to Europe, but will get in touch in the fall.

1 p. Typescript signed.

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