Letter

Scope and Content

Refers to: a letter received from [Robert Green] Ingersoll which he is sending to Wallace; his reply to Ingersoll, in which he disputes Ingersoll's methods although he sees the same end; [Whitman's] Immortality manuscript which he has not received from J. Williams and which should have gone into Good Bye [and was ultimately published in In Re Walt Whitman]; and Williams, who seems to have withdrawn from them since [Whitman's] funeral.

Dated at: Philadelphia [Pennsylvania, USA].