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Henry Cuyler Bunner to Charles W. Chesnutt, 4 April 1889

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  EDITORIAL ROOMS OF PUCK. Mr. Chas. W. Chesnutt—Dear Sir

Your contribution, A fatal restriction & The origin of the hatchet story isare accepted for Puck, and will appear as soon as we can find room for it. Check will be sent you by mail, on publication.

With thanks for your courtesy, EDITOR PUCK. PUCK BUILDING, NEW YORK.

Correspondent: Henry Cuyler Bunner (1855–1896) was the editor of Puck (1877–1918), a very successful humor and political satire magazine based in New York City, from 1878 to his death. Chesnutt published nine stories in Puck.