November 10, 1916
J~y dear Mr, London:
It seems e» unfair
that some business brain should be able
to tie up an artist like yourself to
the extent of preventing you from publishing stories where you want. We
over here are young enough to rebel at
this sort of thing. Of course it won't
make any difference but we do want you '
to know that it is the way we feel.
Thank you just the
sare for your friendly letter, I should
like to know what you think of our magazine after you have seen a few copies.
And in case you can break the will of the
business brain I spoke of, you will send
us some of your work, won't you?
Yours very truly,
Mr, Jack London, ",x" >-v~*-\ ^
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