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 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.
Tappan writes to Mrs. Markham expressing disappointment that the Markhams will not be able to attend the Christian Socialist Fellowship conference. Tappan offers to read Markham's labor poems at the conference.
Appelbaum writes to Markham inviting him to be part of the committee on capital punishment that has been organized by the Humanitarian Cult. Appelbaum also invites Markham to speak at an upcoming meeting.
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