Abbott writes to all subscribers to "The Free Comrade" telling of its end and the transfer over to "The International". He outlines the goals and objectives of "The International," edited by Viereck, Herts, and LeGallienne
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...
Sinclair writes about his upcoming book "Jimmie Higgins" and details about it being published, along with prices and other information. He includes reviews of "Jimmie Higgins" and "The Profits of Religion".
Sinclair requests a list of influential works on the working-class movement to use for a new publication series being put together by the American Fund for Public Service. Sinclair also requests written opinions if possible.
Relations between the sexes; Cultural relations; Military life; Military training; Military facilities; Homesickness;
Harry tells Mim that he is grateful to get so many letters from her and is very upset that he does not receive letters from his friends at the Youth Theatre. Describes his new quarters, which he shares with two friends. The three roommates...
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.
The Intercollegiate Socialist Society sent invitations to the Hillquit-Untermyer debate about the Money Trust Problem and providing order slips to pay for and reserve seats at the debate at Carnegie Hall.
Meserole thanks Markham for a letter and also for sending a notice on Markham's "Talks on Poetry." Meserole also thanks Markham for sending the names of people who may be interested in joining the Fellowship.