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Markham writes an introduction for a new book of poetry by Ruth Le Prade [at her request; see Le Prade letters Dec. 17, 1915 and Mar. 10, 1916].
In this Christmas card Jensen tells Stoughton how happy he is that Wagner granted him a degree.
Abbott writes that Carpenter has inquired about obtaining a copy of Markham's poems. Abbott encloses payment and also suggests sending autographed copies.
Abbott requests a portrait of Markham for his room.
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.
Sinclair writes about "The Colony" and the plans for building cottages or a dormitory. Sinclair then writes about the decision to restrict plans regarding the colony.
Sinclair writes to Markham to thank him for sending material [Markham's works] and that he will return it after copying what he needs and will see that his copyrights are safeguarded. Markham wrote back on the bottom of same letter telling Sinclair…
Klare writes of various health and money issues facing him and his family and expresses concern about paying what he owes to Wagner. He also requests a copy of the book by Blanchard used in his first-year English class by Professor Kleintop.
Klare sends a money order for some of his debt and writes of his brother's illness. He looks forward to the Wagner material he receives and thinks of Stoughton as he leads Wagner through the crisis of war.
Klare sends more money orders for his debt. Writes of having travelled many places since leaving the U.S. Currently stationed in Iran. Writes of various cities visited and the Persian history and culture he is learning about while there. Expresses…
Main Hall [Administration Building] lit at night. On back of photo: "Wagner's main building lit up for evening session."