RPW to Erskine Letter 7/15/65

In a familiar letter to Albert Erskine in which he describes family life, Warren mentions "some very fine letters" regarding Who Speaks for the Negro? including one from Niebuhr, which Warren encloses.  Warren says it came "out of the blue" and was not the result of his sending a copy.

Warren requests seven copies of his book to be sent "before the ponds freeze over."  A note indicates that five were available to send on July 20, but two would follow later.

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