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My friend Mr. Edwin Winter4 sends me the enclosed card. Won't you please look the matter up for me? Surely, if Antonia5 is out of print--which I hope it isn't-- the publishers would give a shop like Dutton6 some date as to when they would have it. This card sounds as if the book were unobtainable just now7; yeat I had hoped there would be some demand for it the West, following Sinclair Lewis8' lectures there9. The book sold fifteen hundred copies this last year, you know, and surely pays its own way.
Will you please ask your representative here2
to send me two copies of Antonia and charge to my
account? If you send them direct, I have to go to customs. He must have some,
the booksellers here say they prefer to order
from New York12.Even in the case of a book
like Henry Adams13, Eatons' told a friend who went to
order it that they could get it quicker from New York.
How is your shoulder18? Do you still wear bandages? I do!