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Elizabeth Kilday informs Charles A. Rawlings that Lou Whitfield Miller hopes to receive biographical information from Rawlings for her Guide to Florida in Fiction. Charles A. Rawlings responds to Mrs. Miller on verso of the original letter from Kilday. Rawlings provides Miller with a biographical description which he calls the "usual back of the book 'who cares?'" He says that when publishers realize they must print a few war stories, he will "have a copy for sale." He calls Florida the best land there is "if one must have land."