Nov. 29, 1944
Dear Mrs MacLeod:
As I did not like the picture in Liberty; preferring the one in Maclean's, I am sending the latter. I take a poor photograph probably because the original has little to offer. Still Maclean's is the only tolerable one I have had taken in years.
I like your sonnet, particularly the last two lines which are always the most important lines of that form. 'By my ivory chalice' is fine.
Best of good luck,