needs more than anything is an audience. Forgive my ex-cathedra utterance, and thanks for your interest.
Sincerely, Maxwell Anderson
April 5, 1929
Dear Mr. Clark-- 1
I'll be in New City for a few weeks beginning next Monday. Our address in town is 323 W. 112th St. The telephone is Monument 3130.
I hope you won't think me discourteous if I am niggardly of information about myself. This modern craze for biographical information leaves me cold for many reasons. For one thing it's always inaccurate; for another it's never possible to be sure that it's relevant. For another it's so bound up with publicity and other varieties of