Letters, 1923 January 21-1926 October 15, Cambridge, to Walter Bailey, Boston.

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Letters, 1923 January 21-1926 October 15, Cambridge, to Walter Bailey, Boston.

Invites him to meet John Gallishaw and John Marquand; Langdon, reading his own poem, will be well received; mentions O. Wister; makes arrangements to see him; meeting of Trustees of State Library.

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Bailey, Walter Channing.

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Marquand, John P. (John Phillips), 1893-1960

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