Letter

Scope and Content

Refers to the [Bolton Library] catalogue; voices his disapproval of Feinberg, whom he claims has taken over Whitman affairs in America; he disagrees with Feinberg's activities and resents the fact that now one can only research Whitman by going to a university library; comments on the many different groups who have championed Walt since his death, emphasizing the steadfastness of the true supporters, including those in Bolton.

Dated at: Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Includes envelope.