Letter from Mitchell Kennerley to R. H. Hathaway, March 15, 1915 : a machine-readable transcription.


Author: Kennerley, Mitchell, 1878-1950

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Letter from Mitchell Kennerley to R. H. Hathaway, March 15, 1915.


Author: Mitchell Kennerley

1 p.



The Rufus Hathaway collection of Canadian literature. Vertical file. Folder 629.


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Letter from Mitchell Kennerley to Rufus Hathaway, March 15, 1915

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MITCHELL KENNERLEY
PUBLISHER
32 WEST FIFTY-EIGHTH STREET NEW YORK MK

THE FORUM
FOUNDED IN 1886

March fifteenth1915

Mr. R. H. Hathaway,
258 Garden Avenue, Toronto, Canada. Dear Mr. Hathaway:

Thank you for your letter of March thirteenth.
My friend,
John Quinn, bought most of the
Carman items. He came
to the country to see me the next day and I showed him the little copy of “Low Tide” which you presented to me some years ago.
He was very anxious to get a copy and I told him to write to
you, which I believe he has done. He probably has duplicates
of several items which you have not got which he will be glad
to send you in exchange.
Quinn is a fine fellow and has a wonderful collection of books and paintings.


Yours faithfully,
Mitchell Kennerley