Letter from Bliss Carman to Rufus Hathaway, March 21, 1922: a machine-readable transcription.


Author: Carman, Bliss,1861-1929

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Letter from Bliss Carman to Rufus Hathaway, March 21, 1922.


Author: Bliss Carman


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Print copy consulted: Harriet Irving Library, Archives and Special Collections, The Rufus Hathaway Collection of Canadian literature, Vertical file, Folder number 462.

The Rufus Hathaway Collection of Canadian literature.

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1922-03-21
English non-fiction; prose Carman, Bliss,1861-1929--Correspondence Hathaway, R.H. (Rufus Hawtin),1869-1933--Correspondence Manuscript pages 24-bit colour; 72 dpi.

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New Canaan

Connecticut

21 March, 1922
My dear
Hathaway:

Thanks for the recent
clipping. But -
the next time you are
impelled to put any
thing in this direction,
let's have a word of
yourself.

Cold! "Marchy", as


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the New Englanders say, and I
find it very congealing to
spontaneity, and hope for
warm weather.

My regards, however, are
warm as ever for you

Bliss Carman