Letter, 1941 March 5, to Maxwell Perkins.

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Biggs, John, 1895-1979. Letter, 1941 March 5, to Maxwell Perkins.

Letter, 1941 March 5, to Maxwell Perkins.

John Biggs replies to Perkins and asks for a copy of the manuscript of the recent book and also for copies of the cracked plate articles.

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