Bland, Henry Mead, 1863-1931. Letter, 1927, Dec. 12, San Jose, California [to] Mr. Edwin Markham, New York City. / Henry Mead Bland.
Letter, 1927, Dec. 12, San Jose, California [to] Mr. Edwin Markham, New York City. / Henry Mead Bland. 1927.
Henry was upset that Doubleday Page couldn't publish his manuscript so he is working with Erskine Macdonold and & Co.. He sent Edwin a copy of his article in the Teachers Journal on Rarpedon. He wants to know if Edwin is thinking about coming to California. There are four of Henry's students who are trying to make illustrations for the Gallows-Bird, Miss Wooster is their teacher. He has sent Edwin Funds. He cjhange the title of his poem A Lyric of Longing, the new name is The Search. He is starting a book club. He is wooried about the Doubleday Matter. He would like him to add some word to the intro to Sierran Pan.
2 p. 1 leaf ; 18-25 cm.
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