[ October 4, 1925]
Dear Lela-- 1
You've got it all wrong about the magnificence of our establishment. Our only retainer is a colored girl. We drag in our own logs to the fireplace. We haven't even any curtains on the windows. We're just camping out on a farm. --I saw both Ken's letter and Margaret's, you see.
Ken tells me you have a grand farm but there's more work than income on it at present. I'm taking a chance that you can use the enclosed check. First Flight failed. The Buccaneer has done something--I'm not sure what yet. The hobo play 2 is the best bet. It's running fine.
Good luck to you all, and much love--
171 West 12th Street
[ New York City]
October 26, 1925
Dear Mr. Clark--
I've been out of town a good deal and am late answering your query. I'll look forward with great interest to your discussion in the Drama. One of your volumes has been an almost constant companion