Austin, Texas. April 27. /99
My Dear Brother,
Many thanks for the copies of that inspired poem. I distributed them to the best minds of my church last Sunday as they were eagerly taken by the people. Whatever you print, especially on the idea of...
Herron, George Davis, 1862-1925. Between Caesar and Jesus
Grinnell, Ia., Dec. 26, 1899.
I am sending you by today’s mail the autograph copy of my “Between Caesar and Jesus,” which I tried so hard to give you while you were here. I am so glad you have relented, and will let me send...
July 18 1899
My Dear Professor Markham:
Your good letter came in my absence. Permit me to thank you most warmly for your kind and generous expressions. The poem grew greater as the days go by, and continues to add fresh luster to your fame. Rarely...
July 6th, 1899.
This will introduce to you Mr. Markham, who has written other verse as living as “The Man with the Hoe.” He is one of my dearest friends, and I want you to know him, and love him.
July 6th, 1899
My dear Mrs. Deland,
This will introduce to Charles Edwin Markham, the poet who has written other verse as living as “The Man With The Hoe.” He is one of my dearest friends and I want to you to know...
July 6th, 1899
My Dear Comrade:
I send immediately the two letters of introduction. I also wanted you to meet Mr. Edwin D. Mead, editor of “The New England Magazine.” But he is a friend of Mr. Mills, and you must ask Mr. Mills to...
Grinnell, Iowa, May 13, 1899.
My dear friend Markham:-
It was a joy to get your word of greeting. Some times I get very tired of heart and rather battle-stricken in the midst of the holy war, and it is only through the fellowship of such spirits as...
Prof. Edwin Markham
Permit me to thank you from the depths of a grateful heart for the brave and awe-inspiring sentiments contained in your poem, “The Man With the Hoe.” It is like nothing else that has even been...
Oct. 10, 1899.
My Dear Friend Markham:
Will you kindly let me know at once if you can lecture here, when you come west in December, and if so at what time? We, of course, want to pay your usual terms. Can you give us a definite date? I devoutly...
Oct. 24, 1899.
My dear comrade:
I am delighted that you can come and lecture, and have so informed the students. I am eagerly anticipating your visit also, as I shall be sailing for Europe and Palestine the last of January and have many things I...