William S. Morgan
group of men and women - about 108 in number - who are directly interested in writing books, magazine articles etc. and others interested in art. The sections of the club devote themselves to poetry, fiction, science, journalism, book reviews and the drama.The club is filling needs, not the least of which is to stimulate beginners in work along ideal lines.Your name would be an honor to us. It would be even more than this - it would be an inspiration to all connected with our club. May we add it to our list? If we may kindly sign the enclosed card and return it to me. Of course, you will understand that no fees or dues will be asked of you.Hoping to receive a favorable reply from youSincerely yours,William S. Morgan(President)1639 La Loma Av.,Berkeley, Calif.
1914 Feb 26
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