Dear Comrade:

I can hardly believe that I have not written many letters to you, for in the confusion of the past weeks - new surroundings and duties and moving the family - I have so often talked to you in imagination? I wish it could have been in fact. Things are beginning to move here, I think; and my page a sort of clearing house for Western opinion - I'll be on the road going somewhere. Famous authors, and have valuable articles the P-D gets for nothing. I'll send you my next page - the 4th here.

We have a nice home at 460 N. Harrison Ave, Kirkwood, Mo - 25 minutes by the steam cars from the P-D. You will visit us during the holidays. Hooray! Hurrah! And we'll get in the Buick and go out into the woods somewhere & have a talk-fest all alone. When are you coming?

Indian Tales have had some powerful reviews. The N.Y. Times & N.Y. Eve. Post especially powerful ones. Collected Poems should be out any time now. Three weeks ago I signed 500 sheets for the autograph edition.

Yes, I hope you can get at The Man and Poet soon.

I love you, dearest Comrade - and always shall.

Kindest thoughts for Mrs. H.

After five days return to The Baker Hotel Lee Baker, Proprietor Waynesville, Missouri
From [?]Harrison Kirkwood, Mo
St. Louis, MO 9 Nov 15 3-PM 1926 Red Cross Roll Call Join

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Dr. J. T. House, New River State School Montgomery, West Virginia.