This short letter accompanied a news clipping from the New York Post that recounted Merton's long and humorous list of answers to a questionnaire of his interests sent by one of his publishers.
Susan Allman was with the publicity department of Seabury Press in New York.
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Regarding the news clipping on Merton's hobbies, see also the 1968/02/14 letter in the "Belford, Lee Archer" file. Regarding the initial printing in Publisher's Weekly, see the "Boyd, Alda Lee" file.
This Record Sub-Group is not divided into Series and is arranged chronologically.
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||When Seabury Press decided to do Camus' "The Plague" for its Religious Dimensions in Literature
|| news clipping sent by Allman from the New York Post from "The Week in Books" by Martha MacGregor describing Merton's many interests
||TLS to Merton
||I thought you'd like to know that everyone in New York now knows about your fields of interest,