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Abbott writes about starting "The Comrade" and asks Markham for a poem for the first issue. Abbott also writes about his holiday spent in the Adirondacks, Chicago, Buffalo, and at the Indianapolis Socialist Convention.
Abbott writes to Markham about Clara von Ende Liebmann and her creation of a School of Music in New York's East Side. Abbott describes the lessons, the cost and the pupils at the school. Abbott explains Liebmann's family history as well. Abbott tells…
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.
Abbott writes to apologize for not making it to a reception held by Markham.
Abbott sends Mrs. Markham a photograph from the Westfield lunch party. Abbott also writes of Earle and is disheartened that Markham's name was mixed up in the situation.
Abbott writes to wish Markham a happy birthday. Abbott writes also to tell Markham about his involvement in two groups, The Bronx Free Fellowship and the Poetry Society.
Abbott writes to Markham concerning a visit to Monroe to visit Ferdinand Earle. He discusses train schedules and states that Stokes and Spargo will be joining them.
Abbott thanks Markham for a birthday gift. Abbott writes of a Monday Lunch Club and asks Markham to join. Abbott also writes about a visit to Earle in Monroe with Viereck.
Abbott is forwarding a letter from Mrs. Henry S[?]. Markham's presence is requested in Philadelphia at a reception that would involve many different types of people. Abbott stresses that Markham does not have to attend if he does not feel like it but…
Abbott writes to Markham about Ferdinand Earle leaving his wife for another woman and mentions other famous men who have done the same, or have gone through a divorce. Abbott also mentions an article he wrote on Viereck for Book News Monthly.
Main Hall [Administration Building] lit at night. On back of photo: "Wagner's main building lit up for evening session."