Houghton Mifflin Co.
3Mr Scaife told me as I was leaving Boston that your proposal was to pay me a royalty of fifteen per cent. on the retail price, increasing to twenty after the sale of ten thousand copies. I can't accept the ten thousand copies clause But if you will change the terms to twenty per cent on all copies sold I shall send you a corrected copy of the M. S. and sign the contract without further delay. Anyhow, whatever13
1911 Jun 25
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