[Autographed letter], [summer of 1905], Wyncote, Pennsylvania [to] Miss Viola
Pound, Ezra, 1885-1972
Wyncote, Pennsylvania [summer of 1905]
 p. 18 cm.
Tells the story of how he injured himself and needs crutches in order to return to university tomorrow, tells Viola that she will be happy either way her ""proposition"" turns out, he would be glad if she were near, discusses apogenesis and apotheosis, describes thinking of new swear words to use, plans to go to university tomorrow to plan for graduate school, explains the difference between old books and rare books, recommends Joseph McDonough as a book dealer, informs is looking for William Blake and John Donne books, suggests Scott Stamp and Coin Co., discusses Brother Peakham and ""Miss Billy Baxter,"" informs Viola he is studying six languages but not German
Apotheosis Booksellers and bookselling Coins--Collectors and collecting Crutches Rare books Swearing Universities and colleges--Graduate work
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