William Stuart Nelson to RPW letter 6/1/65
Praise for the book.
William Stuart Nelson to RPW 6/1/65 searchable textCollapse
WASHINGTON 1, D.C.
FOR SPECIAL PROJECTS
June 1, 1965
Mr. Robert Penn Warren
2495 Redding Road
Dear Mr. Warren:
This note is to express my great appreciation for your book—Who Speaks for the Negro. May I add also my thanks for your autograph, “made in friendship.”
I have not read the book through as I shall do very soon but I have read enough to convince me of its great value as the portrayal of thoughts by Negroes over a wide range and at a time of great significance in American race relations. I am honored to be included in the book and honored even more in your judgment that I might have something to say worth repeating. I hope that before it is too late I might have a commentary of some significance on our critical times in America and elsewhere.
Wm. Stuart Nelson