Sinclair writes about his new book, "The Way Out: What Lies Ahead for America." He also write a great deal about his book "Upton Sinclair Presents William Fox", and its influence on not only the United States but the world as well. He also writes...
A notice that Rev. William A. Ward resigned as General Secretary and was replaced by Rev. William A. Prosser. Greatbatch writes asking all secretaries of the Fellowship to send lists of their members so that a complete roster may be compiled.
Grierson writes to Markham about an array of topics including various social issues and the financial independence of writers and poets and how it restrains them from criticizing certain men and writing about certain topics.
Sinclair writes to Markham of his intentions to start an Intercollegiate Socialist Society to stimulate interest in Socialism among college men. He requests Markham to participate and lists the other men he is hoping to enlist in this cause.
Woljeska writes to Markham informing him that his poem was published in "The International" along with his portrait. Woljeska writes asking Markham's approval of the issue as they have not heard from him about it.
Barnard sends Markham a copy of Oklahoma's New Constitution for his comments regarding child labor, education, and other labor issues. Barnard also discusses her upcoming attendance at the National Association of Charities and Corrections...
Promotional Materials; Correspondence; Democratic Party (Kings County, N.Y.); Johnston, John B., 1882-1960; Matters, Jr., Thomas H.
Letter written by John B. Johnston at the request of Thomas H. Matters, Jr. asking for support but only "if you are convinced or upon fair inquiry shall become satisfied that I will make a just and efficient judge."