Barr says that Taylor and Henderson are anxious for Whitehead to agree to come to Harvard, and assure him that everything will be as he wishes. Barr also discusses income tax.
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Whitehead's Lost Papers
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Barr, Mark, "Letter from Mark Barr to Whitehead," LET1054, Whitehead Research Library, accessed December 8, 2022, http://wrl.whiteheadresearch.org/items/show/2289.