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STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
1925 Seventh Avenue
New York City
December 29, 1935
EDear Dr. G~rover,
Holiday greetings and salutations to you and to all the .
delightful Grovers! Dont mind my long: silences, It is not that I am
not feeling and thinking. But I am doing the most intensive stretch of
labor ever.. A whole suit-case full of unanswered mail. I am answering
the seven that I feel most urgent tonight. I am on this Federal F~e~ro
TPheatre? project and I: have been called upon to write a play within a ".--
week and believe it or not, I did it and got it accepted. Must keep
working on "MIOS S" for my publishers and another book besides. I am
requested at public places and make some of them besides getting some
reading done and some wlork on another play which I think is all set
so far as acceptance is concerned.
Thanks for the help with the Guggenheim Foundation. I
want to come south and write my two books, or finish them off in peace.
New York( is not a good place to think in. I can do hack work here, but
I need quiethi to really work.
My regards to all of the delightful folks that are still
in WIinter Park. Oh, to be down there in Florida beauty once more! I
love the plae.