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Scope and Content

Refers to: a hoped-for visit from Johnston which has not taken place; Whitman's references to Wallace and Johnston in his most recent postcard; his own letter to Traubel. Most of the letter is devoted to the subject of the Bolton College group: Wallace expresses his impatience with the group, whose attendance is dropping considerably; he urges Johnston and the others to produce some original work instead of discussing and quoting Whitman and Browning; he doubts the value of continuing the College meetings if matters do not improve.

Written in Wallace's hand.