Wolfe, Linnie Marsh
I am glad to know the book is coming along so well, and shall look forward to seeing it. I am glad, too, that they want you to do another book. That is fine. That may allow you to use the things you said were left over from the biography.
I have thought about you often, lately, because you weren’t well when you wrote last.
You can always call on me for any information you want. I cannot always give it to you, but I’ll tell you everything I can.
As for Sam Ennis, I don’t know who he is, or anything about him. Sorry!
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