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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.

Barr writes that Harvard would be happy to extend Whitehead a formal offer if he would consider it, and it could be made for six months or a year instead of a longer period so as not to obligate him for an extended period.

Writes of going to a good film, the Barrs visiting after seeing a bad film.

Whitehead tells Barr that he will no longer correspond or interact with Barr in any way.

Barr makes Whitehead aware that Harvard is considering him for a Chair in the Philosophy department.

Taylor sends Henderson a book, talks of Mark Barr trying to recruit Whitehead to Harvard

Whitehead thanks Taylor for the gift of a book, and discusses his interest in Taylor's "The Medieval Mind"
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