Dear Comrade:

I missed some points in answering your letter yesterday.

Of course I shall be glad to autograph the book for your friend.

I'd love to visit you and lecture there; but I cannot know yet when I may be sent back to the Pine Ridge Reservation to get a book for Macmillans. Expect to hear soon.

I've been reading the Upson Number. Yes, it is enough and beautifully done. Russell and Jones are very real persons. You should feel that you have done a good deed.

Regardless of what he says about my stuff, Coolidge is no fool, believe me. You should cultivate him as a contributor. His explanation of the popular vogue for "Trees" is, I feel sure, correct. Several years ago I gave the same explanation, but I'm sure he is unaware of the fact.

Endless love,