Letter

Scope and Content

Traubel reports on Whitman's condition: he is much improved since Traubel finally persuaded him to see a doctor; the bad weather prevents speedy improvement, but they are hopeful; Whitman keeps working and benefits from his wise, calm and physically tough ancestry; Traubel stresses that Wallace need not worry about any major change in Whitman's health unless he receives a cable.

Dated at: Camden [New Jersey, USA].