Folder 17: 1931 March 18

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Folder 17: 1931 March 18



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Autographed Letter Signed-3 pages with envelope. Quotes Irving (Kappy) Kaplan; mentions 1927 versus 1931 earnings; received William Carlos Williams' Pound; will let Morton know what Rene Taupin said; poem Tall and singularly was originally dedicated to Robinson Morton; Ezra Pound wants a good poem by Elinor Wylie; discusses his financial condition and uncertainty about his future; mentions having asked Pound to keep an eye out for job for him; wishes Columbia Appointments could get him a job at Haverford; trying to work on the Jefferson but having trouble writing; asks for a eport of what Williams says at the public forum; promises you will write your Inspiration next year; mentions having received Left.

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