Scope and Content

Refers to: Wallace's recent notes; his intermittent confidence; problems with his eyes which prevent him from writing more often; a Walt Whitman ferment which is occurring in America and numerous requests for Whitman-related items from Traubel; his financial problems and day-to-day struggles; his family; Gertrude, who now lives in New York and whose baby is well.

Dated at: New York [USA].

Includes interlinear transcription of contents, possibly by Minnie Whiteside.