Letter from Bliss Carman to Mitchell Kennerley, February 14, 1916


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Author: Carman, Bliss, 1861-1929

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Letter from Bliss Carman to Mitchell Kennerley, February 14, 1916


Author: Bliss Carman

2 p.



Print copy consulted: Harriet Irving Library, Archives and Special Collections, The Rufus Hathaway Collection of Canadian Literature, Vertical file. Folder 465.

The Rufus Hathaway collection of Canadian literature.


Recipient: Mitchell Kennerley

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1916-02-14
English nonfiction prose masculine Canadian Literature LCSH Carman, Bliss, 1861-1929--Correspondence Kennerley, Mitchell, 1878-1950--Correspondence
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Letter from Bliss Carman to Mitchell Kennerley, February 14, 1916

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New Canaan, Connecticut


14, February, 1916
My dear
Mitchell:

It just occurs to me that
the "Freaks" were a company
that used to gather for lunch
at Salari's in University Place
years agone. Enquire of
Harry
Thompson, Editor of The Country
Gentleman
(
Curtis Publishing Company

Philadelphia). I don't
recall the publication at all.


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The program for the Tanfries
Sufferers does contain an
original poem. I have a copy
or two somewhere I think.

I will write
Hathaway

Yours as Ever
Bliss