Washington, D.C. March 28, 1922.
We respectfully solicit your order for clippings of reviews of your book,
“Peace and Bread in [Time] of War”
And personal mention of yourself, from American newspapers and magazines. For many years we have made a specialty of supplying book reviews and personal notices to authors, and our subscribers say that our service is the best of the kind that they have ever seen. We are sending clippings now to most of the leading authors in the United States and England.
We read about [6,000?] different newspapers and between 700 and 800 weekly and monthly periodicals and magazines. From these our Readers will gather for you all the important mentions of yourself or of your literary work, including the scattered notices, editorials, and news items, which an author depending on the courtesy of his publishers cannot hope to see, and which he cannot possibly gather for himself.
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Hoping to receive your order, we are,
BOOK REVIEW AND PERSONAL SERVICE
Enclosed find six dollars, for which send me clippings relating to the book [two blank lines] at the terms of your circular dated [blank line] and continue the service until further orders.
It is understood that this remittance will pay for clippings without time limit, until one hundred have been sent.
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