July 1st 1918.
Edwin Markham Esq.,
92 Waters Avenue
West New Brighton
We took great pleasure in mailing you some copies of our May number six weeks ago. In it we published your beautiful poem “Slaves of the Drug.” We made it...
LOS ANGELES WEST BRANCH
I didn't expect to send you another circular this spring; but it appears that I have written another book!
So many persons have been asking me for something on the...
2000 Channing Way
Dec. 17, 1915
My Dear Comrade:
You, who know all things, will understand why I have hesitated to ask this of you. You have been so kind to me, I could not impose you’re your beautiful spirit of service If, without...
June 4, 1915.
Prof. Edwin Markham
West New Brighton, N.Y.
I have been thinking of you a great deal during the last three months. We were extremely sorry you could not come to the Conference at Baltimore. While it was a small...
June 9th, 1929.
Dear Mr. Markham:
I have been keeping your letter (as I know you are not home yet,) waiting for the Bush of Brotherhood to blossom so I could send you some of the leaves. And that is well for now I can tell you more of Dr. Scott’s...
November 22nd, 1906.
Mr. Edwin Markham,
Westerleigh, Staten Island.
My dear Mr. Markham:-
Someone was talking to me today and happened to mention you, and I asked why you did not join the Colony. The reply was that you had not been invited. I...
December 22, 1921
Dear Mrs. Markham:
This is only a post-script. I have just seen the Bulletin, and am wondering why you did not include A CANTICLE OF PAN as one of the books withdrawn from the prize contest. What is fair to the others ought also...
February 13, 1907
My dear Mrs. Markham:
The letter which you so kindly enclose opens up too many questions to be considered in a letter.
(I) It is not “an accepted theory” that the more competition the better, except of course, by the...
Erie Canal; New York (State); New York; Marryat, Frederick, 1792-1848; Syracuse (N.Y.); Salina (N.Y.); Packet boats; Travel and description; Forests; Mosquitoes.
Page 154 found in Chapter twelve in Volume one of Marryat's A Diary in America. Plagued by swarms of mosquitoes, the traveler arrives at Syracuse. He comments about the names of American cities: "I do detest these old names vamped up. Why do not...