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Waterbury, Jean Parker. signed typewritten letter to Zora Neale Hurston, New York. (1p. 8 1/2 x 11). Asiatic article wil...
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Finding Guide: A Guide to the Zora Neale Hurston Papers
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Title: Waterbury, Jean Parker. signed typewritten letter to Zora Neale Hurston, New York. (1p. 8 1/2 x 11). Asiatic article will have to be shelved; animal story a problem; campaign job.
Series Title: Correspondence
Physical Description: Archival
Language: English
Publication Date: 1952, July 1
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Box: 2
Folder: 25
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Subjects / Keywords: Hurston, Zora Neale
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: AA00009755:00162

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MAVIS McINTOSH -- ELIZABETH McKEE
LITERARY REPRESENTATIVES
30 EAST 60th STREET
NEWX YORK 2. N. Y.
MAVIS McINTOSH Telephone: PLaza 9-2225
ELIZABETH McKEE Cable Address: KEEBATCH
JEAN PARKER WATERBURY



July 1, 1952


Dear Zora:

I['m sorry to say that USA has said no on the Asiatic
article, and I'm afraid we'll really have to put it on the shelf.

The animal story can be a real problem -- animals and
children being the pet peeves of editors these days -- unless you
can present it from your own point of view -- not trying to reach
any general conclusions about dogs .in the main.

Too bad about the Taft campaign Job. Hope it's a little
cooler for you now down there; our own heat wave broke a day or so
ago, and maybe it will influence youral2

All the best----


jpw
Miss Zora Neale Hurston
General Delivery
Eau Gallie, F1a.



P.S. Dont think~ that from the shortness of this Isve just dashed
it off in a second. Each paragraph bas been interspersed with
long sessions of thought on some article subject I might suggest
to you -- with no results. Yould you consider going back to your
little town where you grew up and doing a before-and-after, or
years-later, or some such piece?