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STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
4559 Sourth ParkX~way(
Dec. 13, 1934
Dear, dear Friend,
I know that I have been asful to the people whfo love and
to the ones I love mosti But life has pickred me up bodacionely and throwoed
me over the fence., L~tter-writing has gotten to be an ordeal by reason of quanrt -
tity and insis stencre.
I have sent the most of the clippings to r.Lippinott,bu~t
here are some of the.duplicates. I asm speechless fras public appearances and
The Rosaenwaal d snd ,the organization that had previously
proposed me for a chair at Fidk Univ. nowr feels that they want to do something
bigger. 3Ex I an asked $ao fill out an application blank for a fetllowaship
so that I may take my doctor's degree Perhaps that is best after all for
I: can do first the one then the other, I will be eligble for a full professor-
ship,f~or more extensive field work whidb has already been suglgested whiile at the
same time my interest in the theatre need not die.
Ihpe that I can be in Florida. before MEr. Lippincott gets their e,
IE wit 1 his matters does hrold so up; Love to the ThompsoneyI~r. HolitProf,
and Mrs. France and all wrho may ask of me.
Bub t since erely,