Abbott thanks Markham for a poem sent to him, praises the poem for being the finest picture of modern Mammonism, and calls it a masterpiece. Abbott also praises Markham for standing by Herron in his time of need.
Markham, Edwin, 1852-1940. California the wonderful
Tappan writes to Markham about a check that has not been cashed and asks if Markham received it. Tappan also writes to persuade Markham to spend some time at his summer camp for boys, Camp Kah-Goon-Wah.
Le Prade praises Markham for his work. She writes of various events in the Poet's Garden and looks forward to Markham's visit in January. She also writes of her hope that Markham move back to California and suggests a course on the poetry of...