James Hulme Canfield read President Roosevelt's positive review of poet Edwin Arlington Robinson and recommends further volumes of the poet's work as well as provides biographical information about him.
Poetry--Appreciation; Poets--Family relationships; Books and reading; Robinson, Edwin Arlington, 1869-1935
Henry Cabot Lodge thanks Theodore Roosevelt for his note and for agreeing to write an introduction for his late son George Cabot Lodge's collected works of poetry. Henry Adams has written a biographical memoir so Roosevelt is free to write merely about Lodge's poetry and his opinion of him as a man. The Lodge family feels "very great happiness" to have Roosevelt associated with "Bay's" memory.
Poets--Family relationships; Biography; Prefaces; Anthologies; Memory; Adams, Henry, 1838-1918
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