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STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
1925 Seventh Avenue
New York City
MJay 14, 1935
I posted the cards but I wish that you had sent me
more. I can place some at Barnard, City College, Hunter College,
and New York U.
Working like a slave -and liking it. But I have lost
all my zest for a doctorate. I have definitely decided that I
that I am wasting two good years out of my life when~;~~,:,,,BC~~l&y~t~l~~:~dB It se'tahould
be working. Then too, I love my Florida. I: as sick of these dull
gray skies and what not. I want to be back home.'
I have now had lunch with Julia Peterkin and we got on
~swell. She is back on her plantation agai. U~niv.Women gave me
a big tea on Friday. Celebs too numerous to mention were there.
I like Pearl Buck. She is so simple. Robt. Nathan (-nd I get on
My yearnful regards to all my friends. I know that MYrs.
Thompson thinks that I have forgotten her, but its just this
awful hectic life I'm living. If I told you all the things that
I have gotten done since Jan. you would open your eyes.
Send me some more announcements so that I can post them
around. Especially with summer school for teachers coming on.
You know what that means at Columbia.
My love to the family.
Zora Nea Huraton
How is RoberTt Hungerford ~making out? Can it keep going?
Dear d1ri end ,