Letter from R.H. Hathaway to Peter McArthur, October 14, 1920


Author: Hathaway, R. H. (Rufus Hawtin), 1869-1933

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Letter from R. H. Hathaway to Peter McArthur, October 14, 1920


Author: R. H. Hathaway


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Source copy consulted: Harriet Irving Library, Archives and Special Collections.

The Rufus Hathaway Collection of Canadian literature


Recipient: Peter McArthur.

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1920-10-14
English nonfiction; prose masculine Special Collections Hathaway, R. H. (Rufus Hawtin), 1869-1933 -- Correspondence McArthur, Peter, 1866-1924 -- Correspondence LCSH

Letter from R. H. Hathaway to Peter McArthur, October 14, 1920


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Toronto,
Oct. 14, 1920.

Mr. Peter McArthur,

Ekfrid,

Ont.
My dear McArthur:

Have you had any recent word from or about
Carman, and is there any
prospect of his coming to visit you this Fall? You will remember that
something under $1,000 was cleared as a result of the benefit for him put
on here last Spring, but this amount was never transmitted to
Carman,
first, because we had no definite information as to his whereabouts, and
second, because, it was hoped to bring up the total to the even $1,000,
allowing for exchange. This expectation has now been reached, as
it is proposed, therefore, to turn the money over to
Carman with as little
further delay as possible.

By the way, what is the latest news about your book? Is it out yet?
I am looking forward with interest to reading it.

I enclose some clippings which I think will interest you.

Yours truly,